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THE 
BEAR 

1967 



Shaw University Library 



SHA W UNIVERSITY 

Raleigh, North CaroHna 






THE CHANGING FACE 



There is presently a trend away from the conservatism that has been 
characteristic of Shaw University. The move has been toward a new lib- 
erahsm and new individuahsm. The pedagogical framework is being 
modified. The University is only as good as its students. These students 
remain within the framework of administration and tradition, but in their 
restless movement toward their own goals they are producing a slow but 
apparent change. The result is a paradox. The motion of the student 
stretches the framework of tradition and a new relationship is estabhshed. 
At this point the University has, in a sense, become divided in two. There 
are tradition and conservatism, and there is a new spirit of change 
alternately working together with co-operation and straining with friction 
to break away from each other. 

This book mirrors the individual drive within the framework of the old. 
Each is incomplete alone, the new often being too new, the old, too old. 
Each part must conflict or cooperate with the other to achieve a unified 
end. 



Informal 

The Shaw Renaissance 

Coronation 

Founder's Day 

Homecoming 

Organizations 

Greeks 

Queens 

May Day 

Sadie Hawkms Day 

Sports 

Divinity School 

Administration 

Faculty 

Classes 

Public Affairs Forums 

International Studies Forums 



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SHA W UNIVERSITY'S 




FIRST FAMILY 




Mrs. Celestme Cheek, shown with daughter Janice, and son James E. Jr. 





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THE SHA W RENAISSANCE 




The Science Building gets a cleaning. 




The Student Lounge stands in the way of progress. 



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THE SHAW BIRTHPLACE 

GIVES WAY TO A NEW ERA . . . 

OLDEST SHAW BUILDING COMING DOWN-Pictured above is 
Shaw Hall, the first building completed on the campus of 102-year- 
old Shaw Umversm. This buildmg. begun in 1865 and completed in 
1870. was constructed by the first students at the universit\'. The 
bncks were handmade by the freed slaves just after the Ci\il War. A 
new University Memonal Library, now under construction, will be 
located near the present site of Shaw Hall, This is a part of the S36 
Million re-development program planned at Shaw. 



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The beginning of the construction for the Nine Story Womens Dormitory, and the Student Un 
Building. 




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CONSTRUCTION 

BEGINS . . . 




CONSTRUCTION BEGINS on a $1. 250,000 hall, which will house 404 women. It is scheduled to open 
Sept. 1, 1967. "^ 




Two students view the construction site. 
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Rising nine stones high, the new women's dormitory overlooks work on the Student Un 
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Construction neaiing the end . . 





The architectural design showing what the 
future Shaw shall look like. 




Vera Allen, Miss Shaw University 1966, steps down from the throne. 



THE 
SHAW 
CORONA TION 



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crowns Barbara 

MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY 1967 



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MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY 1967 



The Lovely Queen 

BARBARA SUE BULLOCK 

and her attendants 

Lady Brenda 

and 
Lady Sheila 



"In our hearts we build a shrine for 

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We hail the Queens of Shaw U. . . ." 




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Lady Bullock in the Royal procession. 



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Barbara at St. Augustine's Coronation. 



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Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Founder's Day Speaker. 






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Dr. Mays receives the Litterarum Humaniorum Doc- 
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Miss Homecoming 



Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 





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SALLIE TOTTEN. Miss Senior 1967, and her attendants. 











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Miss Shaw receives the flowers from. Dr. King V. 
Cheek. 





Miss Homecoming gets a handshake from the star 
:^ player, James B. Cheek. 



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THE HOMECOMING 
CLASH AGAINST ST. 
PA UL COLLEGE. 








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And the crowds gathered . 




Stop him BEARS! 




Jump high for the boys 




Light up a Lucky Strike 



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Watching the NUTS go by 



WELCOME 




The older generation 



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The dinner line 



HERh AND' THERE 




Smile 





Ivan is pressed. 



I'd rather do it myself. 





Well? 



Hello world . 




So whal, any - - person can do that. 




Meet Happy and Tired 




Look Mom. no feet, hands, ears, head or sense. 





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Nita on a flat . 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT LEADERS 




Joseph Goodson. Richard Martin, Dwight Winn, Brenda Comegay, Veda Dodson, James Bloomfield, 
Wilhe Ramey, Rev. Charles Coleman (advisor), Bill Jones, Danny Burrell, Berlinda Patterson, Fred 
Long 

WOMEN'S PERSONAL COUNCIL 



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CHEERLEADERS 




Brenda , Lydia Butler, Shelia Bates, 



Carol Adams, Patricia Peyton, Mary 



SHA W'S DRILL TEAM 




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THE YEARBOOK STAFF 



Dwight J. Johnson 
University Photographer 



Miss Berlina Patterson, Co-editor 





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Yvonne Fiizpatrick 

Diane Freeman 

Joe! Doub 

Elaine Collmgham and Cheryl Hayes. 




PH YSICA L ED UCA TION CL UB 




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THE SHA W CHORALE SOCIETY 




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PLA YERS 




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"ARE MY BONES READY, IRMA?" (shouts the Mad Woman. Brcnda Ward, center.) 



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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 





Marietta Chance, Robbie Debnam, Lorraine Barnes. Natlie Mitchell, Eloise Maxwell, Lula Green. Brenda 
Ward, Demeterias Daniels, Carolyn Smiley. Francine Hayman. 



ALPHA PHI ALPHA 



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, Spencer Baldwin. Horace Graham. Wilton Smith. Robert Russel, James Savage. WlIIc 
Ramey. Danny Burell. Kermit Brill. 



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OMEGA PSI PHI 




Franklin Cheek. Fred Long, Charles Moore. William Teal, James Bloomfield. 



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THE HONOR SOCIETY 




Erma Baker, Geraldine Turner, Annie Hill, Florine Burch 



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Betty Bryson 



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GROOVE PHI GROOVE FELLOWSHIP . 

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Donald Brent, Sidney Twiggs, Dwighl Winn, Richard Martin, Kenny Sparrow, Daryl Sills. 




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THE GROOVES ARE ON THE MOVE 





Dwight and Dwight 




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Miss G I G 




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Hurrv' Fellowmen' 



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KAPPA ALPHA PSI 





Joseph Goodson day dreaming . . 





Distinguished looking George SpaudHng is studying for finals. 



*TM in the mood for love.' 



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BARBARA THE BELOVED 
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Miss Shaw at her leisure 




Barbara the Beloved . . . 




Barbara and her attendants . 




She pauses for a moment . 




Twms talk , 




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Miss Senior 
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Miss Sophomore 
Tasha Hall 



Miss Freshman 

Yvonne Fiizpatrick 



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Miss Groove Phi Groove 
Sandra G. Mangum 




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Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Brenda Ward 



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Miss Girl of Ihe Campus, (center). First Runner Up Miss Louise 
Vaughn, Second Runner Up Miss Kay Francis King 



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Miss Phi Beta Sigma 
Addie Bass 



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Constance Evans 




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Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Robbie Lorraine Debnam 



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Miss Girl of the Campus 
Penelope Powe 




Miss Omega Psi Phi 
Dana Tibbs 



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Miss Congenjahty 
Sheila A. Ray 








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Miss Physical Education 
Demeterias M. Daniel 



Miss Homecoming 
Janice Brown 





Miss Shaw Hall Annex 

Yvonne Moses 




Miss Football 
Sandra Long 





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Miss Track 

Hamelle Walker 



MAY DAY 




Miss Ruby Ray. MAY DAY QUEEN 

May Day Queen and her attendants. 




ACTIVITIES 




The recessional . 




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SADIE-HAWKINS DAY 1967 





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Lady Robin 




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Our foreign students on the block 




Look mom. no teeth 




Day dreamer . 




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Will Thomas 



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THE BEARS 



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FOOTBALL 




Front row: Coach Lee Royslcr. An Bridges, Rohcri Russel, Armond 
Scott, Louis Smith, James B, Cheelc, Wiilie Jones, Leon McKinley, Fred 
Long, Jesse Jones, Bishop Stallings and, Coach Horace Smalls. Second 
row: Thomas Morton, Willie Sharpe, Mike Brown, Ralph Pope, Lenzie 
Grice, Donald Williams, William Brown, Lawrence Deas, Carl Griffith. 
Roger Stennot. and William Thomas. Third Row: Leo Spencer, William 



Cruwder, James Peason, Leon Gillas. Joe Bell, George Spencc. Roherl 
McLeod, Leo McNair, Ed O'Danieis. Roger Johnson and Melvin Bolds. 
4ih row: Vaughn Harris, Earl Pickney. Nat Saunders, Robert Long, 
Dave Wright, Roy Lassiter, Tom Brown, James McKee, Johnell Gray, 
Spnny Davis. 5th row: Trainers Kenneth Spairow 



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CUMULATIVE FOOTBALL STATISTICS '67 Season 



Passing 
Robert McLeod 


Att. 
118 


Comp. 

46 


Int. 
12 


Yds. 
622 


TD 

5 


Willie Jones 


21 


10 


1 


152 


1 


Lenzie Grice 


14 


7 


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46 





Rushing 


Carries 


Gains 


Lost 


Total 




Fred Long 


129 


556 


49 


507 




Willie Jones 


87 


355 


59 


296 




Roy Lassiter 


43 


163 


21 


142 




Receiving 












Art Bridges 
Fred Long 
Roy Lassiter 


Caught 
30 
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Yds. 

399 

82 

299 


TD 

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Points Scored 












Art Bridges 
Fred Long 
Willie Jones 


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'X-points 

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Total 
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Go. Go, Girls 



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CUMULATIVE TOT.ALS FOR SHAW UNIVERSITY'S BASKETBALL TEAM 

1966-67 Season 
Record: Won 7— Lost 11 (.AH conference games) 



Plaver 


Field Goals 


Free Throws 


Rebounds 


Pomis 


Player 


Alt. Made Pet. 


Att. Made Pet. 


Fouls No 


Avg. 


Total Avg. 


Norman Jovner 


369 206 55.8 


121 69 57.0 


32 80 


4.4 


481 26.7 


Ivan Donovan 


133 70 52.6 


73 48 65.8 


60 276 


15.3 


188 10.4 


Robert Drakeford 


130 68 52.3 


51 20 39.2 


50 166 


11.7 


156 11. 1 


Bobbv Sanders 


145 61 42.9 


x39 26 66.7 


51 17 


1.0 


148 9.3 


Edward Hamilton 


83 x25 30.1 


x55 39 70.9 


36 42 


2.5 


89 5.2 


Bobbv Moore 


66 x36 54.5 


18 13 72.2 


11 75 


18.8 


85 21.3 



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1967 




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The Players 




Curtis Battle 
Olhero Williams 
William Bland 
Vance Greene 
Andrea L\Tich 
Leonard Guy 
Fred Roberts 
Elmer Hajnvn 
Jesse Billingsly 



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Fred Long 

Dwight Winn 

Willie Jones 

Thomas "Puddin" Morton 

Randolph Bazemore 



2nd row 
Edwin Jordan 
Bobby Sanders 
James White 
Robert Long 
Donald Hurt 
Douglass Edwards 



3rd rov.- 

Robert Garrison 
Dennis Beaty 
Joe Bell 
Vaughn Hams 
James Powell 



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W-Salem 


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Fayetteville 
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Delaware 


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Norfolk 
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Norfolk 


8 

2 

21 

3 


8 

6 

15 

12 


Delaware 
Maryland 
Fayettivelle 
W-Salem 


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Beaty, Dennis 


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Long. Fred 


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Brown. William 


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Long, Robert 


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Harris, Vaughn 


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White. James 


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21 


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16 


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3.64 


Jordan, Edwin 


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THE 
SHAW 
DIVINITY 
SCHOOL 





James Z. Alexander, University Minister and Acting Dean of the Shaw Divimrv School. 



Historical Statement 



The genesis of the School of Rehgion is rooted in the 
histoiA' of Shaw University, an institution of higher 
learning, founded December 1. 1865. when a theological 
class formed in the old Guion Hotel situated where the 
State Museum now stands. This class was formed by Dr. 
Henry Martin Tapper who was honorably discharged 
from the Union Army after serving for three years as a 
private and as a chaplain. On October 10. 1865. Doctor 
Tapper settled in Raleigh with his bride, Mrs. Sarah B. 
Tupper. and in December organized the class which was 
to develop into The Shaw University. 

Shortly after the formation of the theological class. Dr. 
Tupper saw the need of expanding his activities. With 
$500.00 which he had saved while in the armv. he pur- 
chased a lot at the comer of Blount and Cabarrus streets 
and there erected a two-story wooden structure. With the 
help of a few faithful followers, he constructed this 
building from timber prepared from trees that they them- 
selves had felled in the forests. The Raleigh Institute, as 
it was called, was one of the largest structures of its kind 
in the city. 

In 1870 the present site of Shaw was purchased. It was 
then called the General Barringer Estate. In 1871 the 
name of the school was changed to Shaw Collegiate Insti- 
tute. This remained until 1875 when the school was 



chartered and incorporated under the name of The Shaw 
University. There followed a period of expansion and 
growth. Its fundamental objective was stated in its motto: 
"Pro Christo Et Humanitate"-("For Christ and Humani- 
ty.") 

In 1900 the first B.Th. degrees (4) were conferred. Thirty- 
three years later. April 15. 1933. the School of Religion 
was established by act of the Board of Trustees of The 
Shaw University, enlarging the work of the Theological 
Department. The School offered the Bachelor of Divinity 
degree on a six-year course of study, combining two addi- 
tional years of study with the four-year Bachelor of Arts 
program in the college. 

Striving to face the reality and demands of a revolu- 
tionary changing society, the School of Rehgion revised 
and intensified is curriculum of study in 1953, initiating a 
full three-year course of study on the graduate level lead- 
ing to the Bachelor of Divinity degree. This program, cur- 
rently in operation, admits only students who possess a 
college degree or its equivalent. At the beginning of the 
1960-61 academic year, the Shaw Divinity School began 
to function as a completely independent and autonomous 
theological institution, training the minds and hearts of 
men and women for the work of the Chnstian mmistry. 



SHAW 



Heslip M. Lee 



Divinity 



DIVINITY 



SCHOOL 



Charles L. Coleman 



Leo J. Stillpass 



FACULTY 




Theodore J. Weeden 




David Vaughan 



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ADMINISTRATION 




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 





BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Asa T. Spaulding 
Chairman. Board of Trustees 



Harold T. Graves 

Summit. N.J. 

C- Melvin Creecv. Jr. 

Rich Square. N.C. 

Mrs. Mary Duke Semans 

Durham. N.C. 

J. Melville Broughton. Jr. 

Raleigh. N.C. 
R. Stuart Dickson 
Charlotte, N.C. 
William. H. Jones 
Raleigh. N.C. 
J. Jasper Freeman 
Norfolk. Va. 
E. Theodore Jones 
Valley Forge. Pa. 
John N. Coffev 
Raleigh. N.C. 
John R. Larkins 
Raleigh. N.C. 
John W. Winters 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Howard L. Mitchell 
Gatesville. N.C. 
William C. Raines 
New York City 
William H. Rhoades 
Valley Forge. Pa. 
Paul H. Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Jonathan Daniels 
Raleigh. N.C. 
Mrs. Ellen S. Alston 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Warren Carr 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
J. W. Goodloe 
Durham. N.C. 
Dr. John W. White 
Asheville. N.C. 
Chauncy R. Edwards 
Fayetteville. N.C. 
John W. Davis 
New York, N.Y. 
Terry Sanford 
Fayetteville, N.C. 
R. Peyton Woodson (pic) 
Raleigh. N.C. 
Stephen J. Wright (pic) 
New York City 
John J. Theobald (pic) 
Long Island. New York 




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PRESIDENT OF 
SHAW UNIVERSITY 



JAMES EDWARD CHEEK 

Ph.D.. Drew University 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 

THE PRESIDENT'S FAREWELL 
TO THE CLASS OF 1967 



The 18th century French philosopher, Voltaire, once 
wrote that history reveals that mankind is divided into 
two classes: those who are made by history and those 
who make history. There are those who are the victims of 
circumstance, and those who are the creators of events; 
there are the drifters and the drivers; the leaveners and 
the lifters; the slaves and the masters. 

Your entrance into the community of college educated 
men and women signals the class of men to which you 
belong. 

As you leave us, take with you the knowledge your 
teachers have provided, but passionately continue the 
quest for wisdom. Carry with you the spirit of mission 
and service which has kept this institution alive. Exem- 
plify always that love of liberty and devotion to justice 
which you have already stamped upon the consciousness 
of this society. 



Speak always that truth which makes both men and 
nation free. Will to fight on the side of freedom; resolve 
to die if necessary in defense of human liberty. 

Seek no evil; ferret out every abuse. Give love to those 
who hate; speak tenderly to those in anguish; minister 
mercifully to those in trouble. 

Let no mai despose your youth. Fear not to run the 
races that cannot be won. Engage the battles from which 
other men flee. 

Cultivate a stern self-reliance. To the ideals we have 
taught, demonstrate a firm fidelity. 

With faith in your ability, hope for your future and 
love for your person, we send you forth to do that which 
is right as God shall give you to know the right. 

I bid you all a sad, but fond farewell. 



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Dr. King Virgil Cheek, Jr.. Vice President-Academic Affairs. J.D., 
University of Chicago Law School. 




Thomas E. Kee. Dean of Students 
M.A. Columbia University 




Rev. Charles L. Coleman, Dean of Men 
S.T.M. Andover Newton Theological School. 



Mrs. Elizabeth B. Corfield, Dean of Women M.A., Teachers 
College, Columbia University 




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Mrs. Roberta F. Lightner. Administrative Assistant to the Presi- 
dent. 
A product of North Carolina College at Durham. 



Heslip M. Lee, Vice President for Development. B.D,, Colgate-Rochester 
Divinity School 





Lenoir H. Cook, Dean of Instruction 
M.A., Columbia University 



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Mrs. Manha Wheeler. University Registrar 
M.S.. Tennessee Stale 




Mrs, Joan B, Martin 

B.S. Morgan Slate College 




Mrs. Velma G. Clarke. Director of Testing 
M.A.. Fisk Universit}- 



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Miss Linda J. Lumley, Secretary to Vice-President of Academic Affairs. 



Mrs. Louise W. Lewis, Secretary to the Vice President for Development. 




Mrs. Gloria Cumbo, Secretary to the President. 



, JO Miss Lillie M. Dunn, Secretary to Dean of Students. 




Directing the Office of Publicity and Publications is Charles R. Jones. 




Mrs. Justine Hillard, Accounts receivable clerk. 




Director of Financial Aid, Lawrence Alien. 




Mrs. Annie Hooker. Secretary to Director of Ad- 
missions. 




Mrs. Elizabeth Jiles, Accountant. 





J, V. Parham. Business Manager 



Rev. John Fleming, Director of Admissions 




Bobby McLain, Bookkeeper 





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Mrs. Vandergrifl, Clerk 



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Mrs, Mary Newton, typist 




Mrs. Miles, typist 




Mrs. Linda Da^■is. typist 




Miss Rena BIyther. typist 



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Mrs. Ernestine P. Hamlin, Record Clerk 



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Madelyn Watson, English 




Mrs. Nancy Elliott. English 



Patrick Elliott, Humanities 





Gerald Mulligan, English 



Larry Godfrey, English 




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Minnie McGirt, Art 





Easter Jackson, Drama 



Chest\'n Everrett. Drama 




Hubert Walters. Music 




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Wilmoth Carter. Sociology 



Carol Suskind. Speech 





Esla Thomas, Psychology 




Elizabeth Cofield. Education 




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nija Yoksimovich. Russian 



Stanley Serxner. Spanish 



Oltilie Yoksimovich, Russian 




Gwendolyn Chunn, French 




Language Lab . 




Mrs. Amalia Farias Spanish 




Jesus Farias 
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Ekanem Ita Ekanem, Political Science 



Mrs. Ura Jones, Education 



Varbi Mustafa, Political Science 





Mrs. Mustafa, Political Science 



Mallappa Amravati, Political Science 




Naman McMillan, Education 
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Charles Robson, History 





Theodore Weeden, Religion 



Raymond Mallat, Economics 






James Alexander, Religion 



Charles Coleman, Religion 




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Suzanne Purnngton, Chemistry 



Norman Camp. Chemistry 





McLouis Clayton, Mathematics 





Rudolph WiUiams. Mathematics 



Cleon Thompson. Biology 



Mrs. Elnora Kee, Bookstore. Mgr. 




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Mrs. Lillian Gould, 
Malhemalics 



Evelvn Patterson, 
Mathematics 





Dr. Shirley Tove. Biology 





Mrs. Nurry Johnson, Business 



Mr- Gould, Mathematics 




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James E. Lytle, Physical Education 




Warner Johnson. Physical Education 




Lee A. Royster Coach of The Football 
team 





William Spann, Physical Education 




Mrs. Vivian Sansom. Physical Education 



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Nurse Flowers 




Mrs. Arcelia Thomas 




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Mrs. Harriett Jones 




Mr. Evans 




Willie Martin, Dept. Head 



The Securitv Guards 



MAINTENANCE 
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SENIORS 




Class of 1967 



Senior Class Officers 

President-Kermit Britt 

Vice President— Robert Hassell 

Secretary— Shirley Haskins 

Assistant Secretary— Robbie Debnam 

Treasurer— Robert Christian 

Business Manager— William Love 

Parliamentarian— Wilhe Ramev 

Sergeant-at-Arms— WilUam Pollard 

Chaplain— Lorrain Bownes 

Reporter— Juanita Saunders 

Student Council Representatives— Nellie Jenkins. Joseph Goodson 



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FROM CHILDREN WE GREW 
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Barbara Bullock 

Brenda Bullock 



Janice Brown 






Joan Moore 




Richard Martin 



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Helen Adams 
Raleigh. N. C, 
Elementary Education 



Ernest Alston 
Pittsboro, N. C. 
Sociolog)' 





Delores Barrett 
New Haven. Conn. 
Business Administration 



Rufus Allen 
Raleigh. N. C. 
Business Admmistralion 




Irene Baldwin 
Holly Spnngs. N. C. 
Elementary Education 



Helen Allsbrook 
Maxton, N. C. 
Business Education 



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Addie Mae Bass 
Reidsville. N. C. 
Elemental Education 




William Blalock 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Elementary Education 





Janice Brown 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sociology 



Kermit Britt 
Corapeake, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Marion Brodie 
Louisburg, N. C. 
Secretarial Science 



Lorraine Bownes 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Sociology 



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Patrick Bryant 
Raleigh, N. C. 
History 



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Arthur Bridges 
Business Administration 
Mt, Vernon, N, Y, 




Betty Bryson 

SvKia. N. C^ 
Mathematics 





Robert Christian 
Business Administration 
Brooklyn, N. ^^ 



Daniel Burrell. Jr. 
Portsmouth. Va. 
Sociology 



Barbara Bullock 

Apex. N. C. 
Elementary Education 



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^ Brenda BuDock 

^ Apex. N. C. 

Eiemenlarv Education 



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Luther Coppedge 
Louisburg. N. C. 
Theology 




Robbie Lorraine Debnam 

Raleigh. N, C 

English 




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Constance E. Evans 
Elementary Ed. 
New Bern. N. C. 



Barbara J. Daye 
Pleasant Hill, N.C. 

Sociology 




Dons D. Dupree 
Snow Hill. N. C- 
Sociology 





Grace M- Edwards 
Woodland. N. C. 
Elementarv Education 




Lillie M. B. Foriesl 
Bayboro, N, C. 
English 



Maggie R- Freeman 
Norfolk. Va. 
Elementar) Education 




William M. Freeman 
Colerain. N. C. 
Mathematics 



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Peter L. Gaskins 
Scranton, S. C. 
Biology 




Joseph I. Goodson 
Psychology 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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Horace Graham, Jr 
LaGrange. N. C. 
Biology 



Doris M. F. Henry 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Business Education 




Shirley Grant 
Jackson. N. C. 
English 





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Shirley Haskins 
Madisonville, Va. 
Business Education 



Robert Hasseli 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Music 




Linda Greenwood 
Waynesville, N. C- 
Sociology 




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Eugenia M. Hinton 
Chicago, 111. 
Elementary Ed. 



Annie M. Hill 

English 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



Nellie Jenkins 
Chemistn 
Cameron. N. C. 



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Evelyn M. James 
Washingion. D. C. 
Elemenlar) Education 




Belt)- M. Jones 
Zebulon. N. C. 
English 



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Eleanor Jones 
Zebulon. N. C. 
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Jesse A. Jones 

Newark. N. J. 
English 



Doris Jones 

Lynchburg. Va. 
Sociology 

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SENIORS 




Dorothy Kollock 
Cheraw, S- C. 
Sociology 



Joseph F, Lawson 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Business Administralion 



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Demetra A. Kirksey 
Chicago, III. 
Mathematics 




Willie F. Liles 
Lilesville, N. C. 
Elementary, Ed. 



Viola Logan 
Johns' Island, S. C. 
Sociology 




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William Love 

Sylva, N. C 

Business Administration 





William McC.illun 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Political Science 



Richard Martin 
Corona, L.I., NY. 
History 




Joan C. Moore 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Sociology 



Nina B. Mack 

Raleigh. N. C, 
Physical Education 




Shirley McClain 
Raleigh. N. C, 
1^ Sociology 





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Inez M. Myles 
Raleigh. N. C. 
Business Education 




Willie Ramey, III 
Henderson. N. C. 
Elementary Education 




William Pollard 
Raleigh. N. C, 
Sociology 



Berlina Patterson 
Raleigh, N. C- 
Sociology 





Ruby Pattishaw 
Cameron. N. C. 
English 



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Betty J. Rodwell 
Creedmoor, N. C. 
Elementary Ed. 



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Nancy Louise Simuel 
Raleigh. N. C, 
Sociology 




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Oscar L. Whitfield 
Williamston. N.C. 
Elementarv Education 




•Evora McGlone 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Business Education 




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•Ardell Stokes 
Ruffln. N. C. 
English 



Brenda Ward* 
Portsmouth, Va. 
EngHsh 



*Sandra A. McCune 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sociology 



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Joseph Acqui 



Diana Allen 





Randolph Bazemore 



Thomas Berrien 





Vivian Bland 




James Bloomfield 



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Melvin Holds 



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Thomas Brown 



Florine Burch 



Frank Byers 





Brenda Cook 



Laura Bullock 




Miriam Dargan 








Alice Burch 



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Mable Davis 





Karen Gore 




Curtis Gilbert 



Jolelha Gaskill 






Lawrence Gnffin 



Robert Gleaton 




Alphonso Gaskins 



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Wiiliam Hararove 





Theodore Hindsman 



Harry Mines 



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John Holland 






Bennie Holman 



Helen Horton 




Janice Jackson 



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Deliah Johnson 



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Sarah Johnson 






Joyce Jones 



Minnie Langley 



Josephine Lawson 






Doris Lester 



Fred Lone 



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Sandra Long 



Eloise Maxwell 






Ophelia Miles 



Gloria Miles 



McArthur Mitchell 





Bernadett Nicholas 



Alberta Pace 




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Sheryl Pickney 



Harold Reid 



James Reid 






Fredenck Roberts 



Mar\ Reagan 



Harold Smalls 





Carohii Smiiev 



Valerie Snell 



Carol Stoken 





Beltv Wall 



Claude WesI jg, 



Walter Williams 




Rowena Zanders 



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Don't jump, il can't be that bad. 




Still Life 




July 15th is fine honey. 




No MONE'V this time Leslie? 




Where's the other jug? 




Come out of the trees "Shaw'Keys" 




One lick = one pound 




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SOPHOMORES 



its«»«»»M»Ji,t>iv)ii...-k\.: 




Carol Adams 





Arnette Allen A ■ ^^^^^^^ Cherlyl Alston 



Frank Arnold ^^^'^^IL ^"W!!^ ^^'"''' ^''^^ 






Elsie Avery ^^V ^ I^H ^^^T ^^^ 







Jeanetie Barnes .^^Bte' Macon Battle 



Marrjn Barton 



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Clyde Bess Madlvn Branch 





Janet Bowser D„n^|j Brenl 





Barbara Brown Daisvbelle Brown 





Leisie Brown Michael Brown 





Warren Brown WilHam Brown 





Madie Bunting Lydia Butler 




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Eslelle Bvnum 
Jarris Bvnum 
Alfonzo Cameron 
Genise Carroll 



Merrielte Chance 
Tvson Coble 
Crawford Conlev 
Claude Cooper 



Judv Cooper 
Everett Davis 
Lucv Dawson 
Jeanette Deloalche 





Veda Dodson 




ASSEMBLY DAY 



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Thurman Draughn 




Zullie Earl 






Betty Edwards 



Souvonia Elleby 



Nellie Edwards 





Bernard English 




Monroe English 




Glendora Evans 



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Phyllis Felton 





Doris Fanner 



Meckie Floyd 
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Bennv Ford 




Maxine Foster Gladys Fowler 





Douglas Freedom 

Nathaniel Fullwood 





Neb Gibbs Jimmv Gilchrist 




Curtis Gill 





Peggy Gooding 





Eula Graddy 



Rue Graham 



Ltndsey Grice 



Carl Gnffin 





Leonard G 



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Betty Hairston 




Eugene Hairston 



Tasha Hall 




Olivia Hardy 



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Pals\ H.inin 





Robert Hart 



Consuella Hil 




Brenda Hil 




Ronnie Horlon 




Kathenne Isom 



Stephem Jallah 






Glory Johnson 



William James 




Jimmy Johnson 



John Johnson 



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Joseph Jones 
Travis Jones 
Frank Kaham 
Brenda KLornegay 



Andrew Lamb 
Sharon Lucas 
Edward Macon 
RosaUnd Mann 




Deidra Jones 
Edna Jones 



'Micki' spending MONEY? 





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Cherly McClain 
Emily McDougai 
Dorothy McDowell 
Geraidine McFadden 




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William MuFadder 
Beasley Mche\ 
Leon Mi.Kinley 
Fred McNair 




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Mary Peterson 




Lenora Phillips 




Patricia Peyton 



Peoples. Gloria 
Moses. Yvonne 
Morrow. Iris 
Moore. Willie 





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Wiliiam Price 
Edwin Quaye 
Samuel Quinn 
Barbara Raiiland 







Alice Ruffin 




Charlie Ramsey 
Walter Ray 
Beverly Reynolds 
Tom Reynolds 




Cathel Scott 



Dennis Sanders 






Mary Robmson 



Annie Shearin 





Ruth Rice 
Delores Rtddick 
^ Clara Richardson 

Carolvn Ricks 





Dar\l Sills 



Isabelle Singletary Kenneth Skinner 



Frank Smith 



Mar\' Smith 





Norman Smith 



Phylhs Smith 



Geraldine SheUings 







Norvell Soweil 



Linda Spears 



Pamela Springer 



Ullie Squires 



Dwight Stanford 



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Patricia Stover 






Hazel Suggs 



William Sutphin 



James Taylor 



William Teel 




William Thomas 



Charles Thompson 



Wilbert Turner 




Sidney Twiggs 





Dons Vance 



Constance Watson 



Barbara West 



Jesse Wheeler 




Joseph Whitaker 
Raymond Whilaker 



Marcina White 
Rosa L. Wiggins 
Othera Wiihams 



Stanley Williams 
WiUiam Williams 
Weslev Williams 



Earl Wilson 
Frances Wilson 
Lacv Wilson 



Margie Williams 
Douglas Freeman* 
James Polk* 



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Zelda Adams 
Ernest Alexander 
Wanda Alexander 
Gregory Allen 
Charlynne Alston 



Frances Alston 
Onie Alston 
Billy Anderson 
Mamye Arnold 
Pearlie Aytch 



Ralph Bailer 
Lyndora Baldwin 
Martin Banks 
Shirley Barr 
Curtis Battle 



James Beasley 
Joseph Bell 
Arneitha Bethea 
Jesse Billingslea 
William Bland 



Doris Black 
Theodore Booker 
Bessie Boyd 
Darlene BoykJns 
Betty Boykins 



Sandra Bradby 
Lena Branch 
Martha Brandon 
Marcia Brookins 
Dennis Beaty 



Alice Brooks 
Willie Brooks 
Zeporia Brooks 
Barbara Brown 
Gerald Brown 



Jackie Brown 
Judy Brown 
Louise Brown 
Myra Brown 
Ronald Brown 



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Thomas Brown 
Wjnda Brown 
Willie Brown 
Arthur Brown 
Linda Broadnax 



Lawrence Buck 
Frank Bugs 
Guenivear Burgess 
Linda Burney 
Evelvn Bums 



Tressa Campbell 
Cathenne Canady 
Ora Caple 
William Carpentier 
Kenneth Cartwn^ht 



Quentin Chavis 
Andna Clarke 
David Clarke 
Ronald Clarke 
Delores Clarke 



Paul Coleman 
Willis Coleman 
CarolvTi Cook 
Brenda Corpening 
Margaret Cottingham 



Beverly Couch 
Brenda Couch 
Lam. Cowling 
Lmda Cox 
Carohn Covners 



Brenda Crawford 
Charles Creecv 
Rosetta Crenshaw 
Elaine Croom 
Eastmond Cusack 



HUliard Daniels 
Linda Daughetv 
Charlotte Davis 
Mary Davis 
Louise Davis 



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Alex Davis 
Lawrence Deas 
Kave Demory 
Phoebe Dent 
Annie Dixon 



Joel Doub 
Lee Douglas 
Gloria Dover 
Cynlhia Downs 
Phillip Drew 




Douglas Edwards 
Charles Farrow 
Guy Fennel 
Gail Fields 
Yvonne Filzpatrick 



Lana Ford 
Marie Fonville 
Corliss Friedy 
Diane Freeman 
Judy Freeman 



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Andrew Lowler 



Clayton Fowler 




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J.Kqui."l\ii I ull.iid 




Robert Garrison 




Eddie Gavmon 



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Charles A. Galling 




Larry GilHams 




Janice Gibbs 



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Leon Gillus 




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William Gillispie 



Lessie Gibbs 




John Gilhams 




Carolyn Gilliard 



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Myra Goodc 
Rulh Goodson 
Kenneth Grady 
Louise Granl 
Vance Green 



William Greene 
Connie Hailey 
Juan Hall 
Ovela Hardv 
Elmer Haymon 



Gwendolyn Harris 
Cheriv Hayes 
Theresa Haves 
Kathleen Henderson 
Arthur Henry 



Lillie Herring 
Veronce Henderson 
Louise Hocutt 
Creamous Hogan 
Linnie Holder 



Dorothy Holloway 
Isaac Hoskms 
Sandra Hoskins 
Gerald Hughes 
Winifred Hutihes 



Donald Hurl 
Gail Isom 
Darrow Iqus 
Harry Jackson 
Larry Jackson 



Michele Jackson 
Odette Jackson 
Barbara Jarrell 
Delores Johnson 
Diane Johnson 



Elizabeth Johnson 
Ernest Johnson 
James Johnson 
Welton Johnson 
William Johnson 










Dwiiihi Jnhnson 
Bcrnicc Junes 
Bc\i.tI\ Junes 
Dcburah Junes 
IvTune Jones 



Edwin J(»rd.in 
Jennie Joyner 
Roger Johnson 
Caughev Kearse 
Diunc Kelly 



Phyllis Kidd 
Kaye King 
Bonnie Lanier 
Morris Lark 
PhvMis Lalta 



Johann Langley 
Dorian Lee 
Eugene Leggett 
Leonard Lewis 
Richard Lockamv 




Phvlhs Long 



Robert Long 




Carol Loving 





Andre Lynch 




Sandra Mangum 



Gloria Lvnch 




Beverlv Martin 



Thomas Mack 




Peggy Mason 



Phyllis Louden 




Barbara Mainor 



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Queen Mason 




Cherlyo Mayo Charlene McCamey Bobby McCormick Diane McCullough Carol McDaniel 

Sandy McGarrah William McGarrah Kenneth Mcintosh Annie Mclver Dorothy McKenzie 





Robert McLeod 




Diane McNeil 



Leonard McNair 






Terry Meade 



Elizabeth Meeks 



Frenzola Mickle 



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Mildred Moore 




Retina Miller ■KT'^ Willi.im Miu-rhcad 



Samuel Moore 




Be^crK Milinc 





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Edward Mvers 



Marsie Mvers 




Karen Mmnis f ' ^ W W^" ^V ^^^'^ Napier 






James MilcheH ^^ 

Edsar Nelms 



Bobbv Moore Gwendolyn Newby 





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Robert Norman 




Jacob Newton 




Ann Mott 



Georgia Perry 




Claudia Phillips 




Edward O'Daniels 



Shirley Pendergrass 




Sampson Odame 




Jacquelyn Perry 



Edgar Poe 



Jerry Poole 




Cynthia Payne 




Jacquelina Pierce 




Larry Purnell 



Alverta Queensbury 
Curtis Ralph 
Viola Ramsey 
Carolyn Randall 
Ruby Ray 



Keith Rawlin 
James Reaves 
Andrea Rhodes 
Brenda Riddick 
Jeanette Richardson 



Marvelle Richey 
Douglas Roberts 
Arthur Robinson 
Grace Robinson 
Milton Robinson 



Mahalia Robinson 
Arthur Robertson 
Mable Robertson 
Essey Roscoe 
Judy Ross 




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Valerie Rue 
Man. Sadler 
Aberl Samuel 
Agnes Sanders 
Nathaniel Sanders 



Robert Sanders 
Palncia Sauls 
Jean Scott 
Linda Scott 
Phyllis Scott 



Theresa Scott 
Frances Seegers 
Willie Sharpe 
Leon Shaw 
Willie Sheppard 



George Shiver^' 
Georgia Skrine 
Dinah Smgleiary 
Freddie Simons 
Howard Sims 



Jimmie Smith 
Lois Smith 
Edwin Snead 
Dianne Spease 
Larn- Spence 



Leo Spence 
George Spencer 
Sheila Stagg 
Lola Staley 
Lee Stevens 



Allison Strong 
Joseph Suter 
Jovce Swingler 
Vondrette Tavlor 
Irene Tiebout 



Susie Tillman 
Man,' Todd 
Gerald Toler 
Joseph Tnnity 
Cadealvis Troublefield 





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Mary Tucker 
Martha Van 
Ernesi Van Dyke 
Louise Vaughn 
John Waddy 



Harrielte Walker 
Barry Wallace 
Judy Waters 
Charles Walton 
Clinton Walton 



Mary Walton 
Patricia Walter 
Ricke Watson 
Betty Webb 
Vernelle White 



Barbara Whitehead 
Curtis Wiley 
Andrea Williams 
Bobby Williams 
Freddie Williams 



Lucius Williams 
Patricia Williams 
Patricia Williams 
Robert Williams 
Sylvia Williams 



Gwendolyn Wilson 
Luretha Wilson 
Shirley Wilson 
Willie Windon 
Rubv Winston 



David Wright 
Glen Young. Jr. 

*Out Aphabelical Order 

* William Teal 

* Marie Johnson 




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ROD ROGERS DANCE GROUP 




Rod Rogers, center, and his group chats with some Shaw students. 




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PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM 




Dr. Michael Radock, si'innj from right, vice president Idr DnivcrMty Relations at the University of 
Michisan. 




Dr Arthur R, Kanlrowitz, /i>j( left, Direclor-Vice President. Avco Everett Laboratory. Everett Mass. 



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INTERNATIONAL 




STUDIES 
FORUM 



Ambassador Nasir Jani of Iraq (second from left) 




Dr. Muhammad H. Ei-Farra, president of the United Nations Security Council and permanent rep- 
resentative to the UN. from Jordan, {ihird from left-) 



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The Honorable Harold Howe, II. U.S. commissioner of Education. 102nd Commencement 
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WE HONOR THEE . . . 




Mrs. Ernestine Pegues Hamlin, receiving a plaque from Dr. James E. 
Cheek. Shaw University President. Mrs. Hamlin, who retires this year, has 
served the institution for forty-hve years and at the time of her retirement 
was a records clerk at the University. Mrs. Hamlin is the widow of Dr. J. 



Thomas Hamlin, veteran pharmacist, memberof Local (Draft) Board No 93, 
and owner of Community Drug Store. Shown sealed is Thomas E. Kee. 
Dean of students. The presentation took place at the University Banquet. 




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editor's notes 

The production of this volume marks a radical departure 
I'rom the former appearance of the Bear. The quality of the 
photographs. cop\. lavouts and the other mgredients have. 
hopefully, been upgraded. Our intention is to blend the prop- 
er amounts of creativity and functional components to 
produce a more meaningful whole. This we have accom- 
plished for the most part, with considerable difficulty along 
the path. 

There has been an attempt by the staff to insure that ev- 
erv individual and group has been gi\en factual yet un- 
biased coverage in this edition. However for many reasons. 
you the students have seen fit to ignore the conditions and 
policies of this publication and as a result have been e.\- 
cluded. Our problems were numerous, and at times un- 
surmountable. Deadlines were not met by many people 
causing a great deal of additional strain on a very small 
staff. The number of students who worked on the Bear 
was small and shrunk rapidly as the year progressed, de- 
spite the fact that to compile a yearbook of this size re- 
quired well over 2000 hours of work. The need for student 
support is considerable, because of this fact, and by sup- 
port I mean work. Unless this situation corrects itself the 
Bear will eventuallv fade out of existence. 



acknowledgements 

To Alex Rivera, of American Yearbook Company, 
forthemanv hours of service and aid. which helped 
give life to a multitude of concepts. 

To Mr. Bronner. of the University for provid- 
ing the inspiration. 

To Mr. Johnson, of the University, for his efforts 
in photography. 

To the few staff members who stuck it out and 
helped complete this volume. 





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