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1975 BEAR 
1865 - SHAW UNIVERSITY - 1975 

Raleigh, North Carohna 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



DEDICATION 
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 

FIRST FAMILY 

INTRODUCTION 

ADMINISTRATION 

FRESHMEN 

SPORTS 

SOPHOMORES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

GREEKS 

ORGANIZATION QUEENS 
JUNIORS 

FAVORITES 

SENIORS 

PERSONALITIES 

SPECIALS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



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THIS IS DEDICATED TO 
STEVIE WONDER 

Sunshine of Our Life 



If We Had the Words 

We'd Put Them to Use 

We'd Create a Masterpiece 

in Your Favor 

Just to Show Our Appreciation 

and Admiration 

for the Many Things That 

You Do for Us 

But Since the Words Are Beyond Us 

We'll Conclude With This: 

You Are One Hell of a Man 

and May It Always Be 

in Your Heart to Be That 

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SHAW UNIVERSITY 



Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



GREETINGS 



To the Class of 1975 

I am happy to express my sincere appreciation for having shared 
a common purpose with you these past four years. We came as freshmen 
together; I as a new president, you as a new student. Through our mutual 
participation in Shaw's Universe we have all learned a great deal. 

I feel so close to you that I plan to stay in touch and observe vour 
progress toward the fulfillment of your life's goals. 

Best wishes to you! 



Sincerely yours. 




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President 





DR. AND MRS. J. ARCHIE MARGRAVES 

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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 




A. Dr. J. Archie Hargraves 
President 

B. Mrs. Roberta F. Lightner 
Administrative Assistant to President 

C. Ms. Hettie Little 
Secretary to President 



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A. Dr. Wilmoth Carter 

Vice President for Research/Evaluation 

B. Mrs. Martha Wheeler 

Assoc, to V. P., Research/Eval. 

C. Mrs. Lula Watson 

Admin. Asst. to V. P. , Research/Eval. 

D. Dr. Kalyan Ghosh 

Vice President/Academic Affairs 



E. Mrs. Anita Williams 

Admin. Asst. to V. P. , Academic Affairs 

F. Mrs. Elaine Smith 

Sect, to Academic Affairs, AID? 

G. Mr. Robert Powell 

Vice President/Management and Services 
H. Mrs. Ernestine R. Dillard 

Admin. Asst. to V. P. , /Management 



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A. Mr. Lawrence Allen 

Vice President for Fiscal Affairs 

B. Mrs. Gloria Gumbo 

Admin. Asst. to Vice Pres. , Fiscal Aff. 
G. Mr. Thomas E. Kee 

Vice President for University Relations 

D. Mrs. Lillie M. Dunn 

■Admin. Asst. to Vice Pres. , Univ. Relations 

E. Mr. Mack Sowell 

Dean, Student Life /Development 



F. Mrs. Barbara Baylor 

Admin. Asst. to Dean, Student Life 

G. Mrs. Mildred Hooker 
Admin. Asst. to Dean, Divinity School 
Mrs. Delores Gooper 
Admin. Asst. to Dean, UWW 
Dr. John Frazier 
Dean of Instruction/SWW 
Rev. G.T. Vivian 
Dean of Seminary Without Walls 



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Mr. Lee Monroe 

Director, Development/University Relations 
Mr. C. Warren Massenburg 
Media Specialist 
Mrs. Marjorie Scott 
Director, Alumni Affairs 
Mrs. Vivian Galbreath 
Secretary, University Relations 
Ms. Queen Lee 
Student Accounts Auditor 
F. Mrs. June Young 
Sect, to Registrar 



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Admin. Asst. to Registrar 

Ms. Reba Dobson 

Transcript Clerk 

Mr. Norbert Hoffman 

Registrar 

Mr. William Love 

Director, Data Processing 

Mr. Lamma Adams 

Accountant 

Mr. Leroy Johnson 

Asst. Accountant 



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A. Mrs. Mary Newton 
Keypunch Operator 

B. Ms. Marie Clark 
Computer Operator 

C. Ms. Gloria Jones 
Bookkeeper 

D. Mr. Larry Key 

Director, Sponsored Programs 

E. Mrs. tolly Watson 
Clerk, Cashier's Office 

F. Mr. James Gambrell 
Director, University Services 



G. Mrs. Princess Hajrwood 

Postal Clerk 
H. Mrs. Elnora Kee 

Manager, Bookstore 
I. Mrs. Geneva Highsmith 

Switchboard Operator 
J. Mrs. Annie Hooker 

Secty. , University Services 
K. Mr. Stanley Ballentine 

Director, Plant Services 
L. Mrs. Barbara Evans 

Clerk-Typist, Plant Services 



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A. Mrs. Bernice F. Rainbow 
Reference Librarian 

B. Ms. Mildred Mallette 
Director, Library, LRC 

C. Mrs. Marion L. Bryant 
Acquisitions Librarian 

D. Ms. Beatrice Martin 
Circulation Librarian 

E. Mrs. Robena Bradley 



Catalog Librarian 

Mrs. Mayme L. Banks 

Clerical, Technical Asst. /Library 
G. Mrs. Helen Graham 

Stenographer, Secretarial Services 
H. Ms. Cathy Hall 

Director, Secretarial Services 
I. Mr. Herman Hinton 

Printer, Secretarial Services 



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Mr. Charles Mitchell 
Director, Student Life 
Mrs. Joan Miller 
Activities Counselor 
Mrs. Daisy Clark 
Director of Women's Residence 
Mr. Raymond Carmicheal 
Director of Men's Residence 
Mrs. Arrie Perry 
Sect. /Student Life 
Mrs. Owen Anthony 
Sect. /Co-op and Placement 
Mr. Donald Benson 
Asst. Director, Cooperative Ed. 
Rev. Ronald Swain 
University Chaplain 
Ms. Gerald Lne Turner 
Counselor, Cooperative Ed. 
Mrs. Doris Anderson 
Director, Placement 
Mr. Ted Hindsman 
Asst. Director 
Financial Aid 
L. Ms. Helga Greenfield 
Director 
Financial Aid 
. Thomas Edwards 
Director of Admissions 
Ms. Hazel Smith 
Sect. /Financial Aid 
Mr. Claude West 
Director of Recruitment 
Mr. Dwight Midgette 
Counselor, Special Services 
Mrs. Vicki Smith 
Sect. /Special Services 
Mrs. Carol Gartrell 
Director 
Special Services 



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ACADEMICS 
DIVISIONAL CHAIRMEN 







A. Dr. Horace B. Caple, Chairman 
Humanities, Communicative, Performing 
Arts 

B. Ms. Ellen Simmons 

Sec. , /Human. , Comm. , Per. Arts 

C. Dr. Melton Jones, Chairman 
Natural and Physical Science 

D. Ms. Karen Stewart 

Sect. /Natural, Physical Science 

E. Dr. Bonnie J. Gillespie, Chairman 

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Administrative and Urban Science 

F. Mrs. Linda Evans, Sect. 
Administrative and Urban Science 

G. Dr. Wayne Watson, Chairman 
School of Education 

H. Ms. Cynthia Holden, Sect. 

Teacher and Physical Education 
I. Dr. James Lytle, Director 

Athletics Department 



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Humanities, Communicative, Visual and Performing Arts 




A. Mrs. Minnie Whitaker, Asst. Prof. 
Art 

B. Mr. Benjamin Kirk, Inst. 
Music, Asst. Band Director 

C. Mrs. Patricia Caple, Asst. Prof. 
Drama, Theatre /director, Shaw Players 

D. Mr. Edwards Graves, Assoc. Prof. 
Music/Director, University Band 



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Mr. Robert Keihier, Asst. Professor 

Radio-TV-Film 

Dr. Harry Gil -Smythe, Professor 

Music/Director, Chorale Soc iety 

Mr. Nelson Allison, Asst. Professor 

Drama, Theatre/Technical and Stage 

Director of Shaw Players and Comp. 



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A. Mrs. Willie High, Assoc. Professor 
English 

B. Mrs. Rosalie Williams, Assoc. Prof 
English 

C. Mrs, Nancy Elliott, Asst. Prof. 
English 



D. Mr. Robert Simmons, Asst. Prof. 
English 

E. Ms. Florine Burch, Inst. 
English 

F. Mrs. lira Jones, Assoc. Prof. 
English 



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Philosophy and Religion 

Dr. James Hunt, Assoc. Prof. 

Philosophy and Religion 

Dr. Elizabeth Laizner, Professor 

Foreign Language 



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Mr. Ghulam Abdul Aziz 
Foreign Language 
Dr. Jesus Farias, Professor 
History and International Studies 
Dr. Urabi Mustafa, Professor 
History and International Studies 



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A. Dr. Arun Chatterji, Assoc. Prof. 
Chemistry 

B. Dr. Shirley Tove, Professor 
Biology 

C. Dr. Rajendra De, Professor 
Biology 



D. Dr. Abha Ghosh. Assoc. Prof. 
Chemistry 

E. Mrs. Doris Kwasikupi, Instructor 
Biology 

F. Dr. Rodger Jenkins, Asst. Professor 
Chemistry 



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A. Dr. Leonard Kubicek, Asst. Prof. 
Environmental Science 

B. Mr. James Scanlan, Inst. 
Mathematics 

C. Mr. John Cleveland, Asst. Prof. 
Chemistry 



D. Mr. Lawrence Gould, Assoc. Prof. 
Mathematics 

E. Dr. McLouis Clayton, Assoc, Prof. 
Mathematics 

F. Dr. Kanti Patel, Professor 
Mathematics 



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A. Dr. Calvin Knobelach 
Assoc, Professor 

Speech Pathology, Audiology 

B. Mr. Harold D. Lewis 
Instructor 

Speech Pathology, Audiology 

Administrative and 
Urban Science 

C. Mrs. Souad Shehata 
Asst. Professor 

Business Management, Economics 

D. Dr. Esta Thomas 
Professor 
Behavioral Science 

E. Mrs. Nurry Johnson 
Asst. Professor 

Business Management, Economics 

F. Dr. Harkant Mankad 
Asst. Professor 

Business Management, Economics 

G. Mr. Nader Suleiman 
Asst. Professor 

Business Management, Economics 



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Behavioral Science 
Ms. LexcLne Morris, Instructor 
Behavioral Science 
C. Dr. Lorenzo Battle, III, Professor 
Urban Politics 



D. Dr. Reginald Sutton, Asst. Professor 
Urban Planning 

E. Mr. Elton Morris, Assoc. Professor 
Urban Planning 

F. Dr. Mohammed Shadid. Assoc. Professor 
Urban Politics 



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Teacher and Physical Education 







A. Dr. Laila Russell, Assoc. Prof. 
Education 

B. Dr. Naman McMillan, Professor 
Education 



C. Mrs. Elizabeth Cofield, Assoc. Prof. 
Education 

Director, Student Teaching 

D. Mrs. Kathryn Shepard, Asst. Prof. 
Education 



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A. Mrs. Vivian Sansom 
Assoc. Professor 
Physical Education 

B. Mr. James Farris 
Instructor 
Physical Education 
Head Basketball Coach 

C. Mr. Jesse Clements 
Assoc. Professor 
Physical Education 
Head Football Coach 

Seminary 
Without Walls 

D. Mrs. Doris Hawthorne 
Secretary, SWW 

E. Mr. O. A. Dupree 
Recruiter /Facilitator 
Seminary Without Walls 

F. Mr. Donald Rivers 
Editing Technologist 
Seminary Without Walls 



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A. Mr. Fred Jones, UWW 
Director 

Middle Management Program 

B. Mr. James Marco, UWW 
Coordinator 
Admissions and Evaluation 

C. Mrs. Georgia Matthews 
Secretary 
University Without Walls 

D. Dr. Hargraves at UWW Banquet 
With Third From Left, 

Dr. Abdul Elkordy 

Dean 

University Without Walls 

E. Mr. Mansoor H. Qureshi 
Asst. Professor 

Business Management, Economics 
University Without Walls 

F. Mr. Biety N. Nwanju 
Academic Coordinator 
University Without Walls 



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PRESIDENT 



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BUSINESS MANAGER 




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Arterberry, Wilma 
Atkinson, Larry 
Austin, Jerry 
Baskerville, Rhonda 




Briggs, Frank 
Brookins, Marilyn 
Brown, Chris 
Brown, George 
Brownlee, Sheryll 




Adams, Billy 
Alexander, Kevin 
Alston, Phyllis 
Anderson, Gennell 
Anderson, Jefferey 




Bennett, Sandra 
Bennett, Walter 
Black, Patricia 
Blake, Cynthia 
r .-v Boswell, Linda 





Bryant, Johnny 
Caldwell, Williard 
Chandler, Gregory 
Clark, Beverly 
Clark, Thurmond 



Cloud, David 
Cook, Robert 
Copp, David 
Coston, Eugene 
Courts, Gerald 






Davis, Glenda 
Davis, Hilda 
Davis, Karean 
Dawk ins, Bernard 
Davis, Stuart 




Coverson, Frances C. 
Cummings, Sandra 
Davidson, Janet 
Davis, Annette 
Davis, Dynah Kaye 





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Ford, Denise 
Freeman, Betty 
Gaines, El wood 
Gaines, Euneece 




Griffin, Earlie 
Griffin, Pete 
Hall, Michael 
Hall, Charles 
Jones, Larry 







Hayes, Denise 
Hester, Ernie 
Horton, Glenn 
Howard, Beatrice 
Hubbard, Roger 




Johnson, Charles 
Johnson, Frank 
Johnson, Robert 
Johnson, Sandra 
Jones, Henry 




Dunlap, Denise 
Dunlap, Thomas 
Edwards, Charles 
Elliott, Cynthia 
England, Roger 




Gary, Ruby 
Gaston, Franc ine 
Gilliam, Robert 
Grant, Mingo 
Graves, Shelton 




Hamilton, Marvin 
Hankerson, Betty 
Harling, Lucille 
Harper, Diane 
Hart, Fannie 




Hutchins, Merrian 
Hutt, April 
Jackson, David 
Jacobs, Victorine 
Jenkins, Carolyn 



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Lacewell, Darlene 
Lark in, Barry 
Leach, Raymond 
LeGrand, Eddie 
Lewis, Renee 





Jordan, Tanya 
Kearney, Paulette 
Kelly, Alvin 
Kelly, Shirley 
Kelly, Victor 




Lowery, Marvin 
Lowery, Rebecca 
Martinez, Juan 
Mason, Cynthia 
Matthews, Angela 



Matthews, Clark 
McClamb, Stanley 
McCall, George 
McEaddy, Sharon 
McGill, Hazel 





Mitchell, George 
Newell, Janice 
Okonkwo, Ernest 
Owens, Thomasene 
Painckey, Alfredia 



Pennycooke, Laverne 
Pittman, Verna 
Randolph, Franklin 
Renfrow, Grace 
Ricks, Dorothy 





McKinley, Nolan 
McKoy, Donald 
McLaughlin, Carolyn 
McMillian, Larry 
Meeks, James 




Patterson, Pamela 
Pelham, Deborah 
Percell, Milton 
Perry, Essie 
Perry, Harvey 



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Robertson, Deborah 
Robinson, Lura 
Rowland, Sharon 
Rolard, Sharon 
Roper, Arnold 



Sessoms, Deryl 
Scales, James 
Scynaore, Raymond 
Shaw, Barbara 
Simmons, Archie 





Smith, Dallas 
Smith, Earnest 
Somerville, Joel 
Sparrow, Beverly 
Spears, Pamela 



Stokes, Glenn 
Stowe, Alvin 
Stroud, Arletha 
Sutton, Gloria 
Taylor, Denise 





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Thompson, Gwendolyn 
Thompson, Shyanne 
Tirado, Candido 
Tisdale, Margaret 



Tucker, Gail 
Turner, MaxLne 
Vaughn, Craig 
Walker, Pearl 
Washington, William 






Westbrook, Sharon 
Williams, Berthina 
Williams, Clyde 
Williams, Julius 
Williams, Quincy 





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Watson, Daryl 
Weston, Gerald 
Wheller, Issac 
Wilcox, Janice 





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'Bears' Put on Gridiron 
"Surprise" 

The Mighty Bears of Shaw University put on a big 
surprise for all football fans. Losing the first three 
contests of the season, the student body put the team 
down for a repeat of the previous 1 and 9 season. 
Then the table changed; the Bears put together three 
straight wins over Federal City, Elizabeth City, and 
Fort Bragg. With four games left, the Bears were 
looking for a . 500 season, and they knew it was going 
to be hard. Losing to J. C. Smith and nationally 
ranked Norfolk St. and Livingstone College, the 
Bears put on a great fight. The only team to score 
more than 10 points on Norfolk St. , the Bears knew 
they were having a good year. At the game of the 
year, played before over 12,000 fans, the Bears 
came out victorious 16-12 over Winston Salem St. 
University, and what a victory it was because it was 
Homecoming! 

With only four seniors graduating from this 
years team, the Bears are looking forward to 
bringing the CIAA trophy home to Shaw University 
next year. 





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Freshman Bobby Landers on the Move 
Against Federal City College 



The 1974 Team Captains. 
From Left to Right: An- 
drew Burton, Welcome 
Spence, Johnny Harris, 
Ronald Burrel, and James 
Trafton. The student body 
of Shaw U. would like to 
congratulate you and the 
whole football team for 
a job well-done. 








At the line of scrim- 
mage against ECSU, 
the mighty Bears are 
ready for the big play. 
Shaw U. won this game 
12-0. This was the third 
win in a row during the 
1974 season, which at 
mid-season gave them a 
second -place spot in the 
Southern Division of the 
CIAA. 




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Fayetteville State Uni- 
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third loss of the season 
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a Surprise, Finishing Fifth in the CIAA 



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Jake Rogers in action against Winston-Salem 
State University. Shaw U. lost this game in 
overtime 81-79. 





Against North Carolina Central 
University, Tommy Johnson con- 
trols the ball. This was the first 
game of the season for a predom- 
inately freshman team. The final 
score was 81-80 in favor of NCCU, 
but it showed the mighty Bears 
were not to be taken lightly. 



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PRESIDENT 

ROBIN LOWE 
VICE PRESIDENT 




Adams, Michael 
Addison, Francis 
Ballenger, Phyllis 
Bell, Dorothy 
Bertrand, Tyrone 



Boyd, Hope 
Brealond, Don 
Brown, Geneva 
Brown, Larry 
Brown, Richard 





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Barton, Florrie 
Campbell, Linda 
Copeland, Ler ~ 
Coleman, Wil 




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Hudson, Toni 
HuQ;hcs, Franscier 
Humphrey, Dianah 
Jones, Gwendolyn 



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Kershaw, Morris 
King, Sherrie 
Kitchen, Lonnie 
Lassiter, Grady 




Montgomery, Mack 
Moody, Lowell 
Moore, Wayne 
Munn, Elvin 
Murrell, Charlene 




Smith, Gloria 
Smith, Kenneth 
Southerland, Burdett 
Spencer, Gloria 
Stackhouse, Marilyn 




Stewart, Willa 
Strawberry, Phylli 
Thomas, Jonathan 
Thomas, Larry 
Thomas, Prince 



Trotter, Arthur 
Turner, Phyllis 
Vassor, John 
Walker, Victoria 
Walker, Violet 




White, Eva 
White, Sandra 
Wilder, Anita 
Wilev, Jerry 
Williams, Ida 



Watktns, Sam 
son, Belinda 

bb, Angela 

Wells. Cornell 
lis. Karl 





Williams, Wendell 
Wills, Warren 
Winston, Sheila 
Woodruff, Barbara 
Wynn, Vanessa 



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Debra Edwards 



Gerald Edwards 



Lillie Feggins 



Alphonso Felton 




Blanche Fields 




Marv Frederick 




Albert Gordon 





Charlie Fields, Jr, 




Ethel Gilbert 




Verlette Green 





Joy Franklin 




James Gilmore 




Arnita Graves 





Jonathan Fraser 




Sarah Glover 





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Ruby Hare- 



Frances Harris 



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Joseph Milliard 



Joe Jackson 



Patricia James 




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Lambert Loyan 




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Mary Lockley 




John Moore 




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Thomasenia Patterson Vincent Payin 




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Debra Jones 

Miss Jones comes to Shaw from Atlanta, Georgia. 

Debra graduated from Federick Douglass High School in 1974. She is the third of six children of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Jones and was born under the sign of Virgo. 

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Miss Sophomore 
Eva Jewell White 

Miss White is from Laurinburg, N. C, and graduated from Scotland High School. She is the last of 
seven children born to Mr. and Mrs. George White. She is a Capricorn. 

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bowling and hiking. 

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Francis Harris 

Miss Harris comes to Shaw from Norwalk, Conn, and is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Harris. 
She graduated from McMahon High School. 

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Xeti" " c is also active on the Women's Judiciary Council and in Alpha Eta Omega. She is an active 
membei oi the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 

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Deborah Tekosky 

Miss Tekosky comes from Amityville. Long Island. New York. She is the third of four girls „ 
to Rosetta and Morris Tekosky and graduated from Copiaque Senior High in 1971. 

Upon entering Shaw, "Teko" became a cheerleader, a member of the Shaw Players, a member of 
the United Heritage Gospel Choir, and a sister of Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, She appeared in 
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Sheryll comes to Shaw from Mt. Vernon, New York, and is a 1973 graduate of Mount Vernon High 
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The 1974 Homecoming Queen is a very nice young lady. Miss Franklin comes to Shaw from 
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LETTIE THOMAS - SEC/TREASURER 



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SHAW PERSONALITIES 




THE 1975 BEAR STAFF IS PROUD 

TO INTRODUCE THE SHAW PERSONALITIES 



People who project the true spirit of the Bear. They of all people have that 
very present spirit. 

The Shaw Personalities are those dedicated persons who have spent hours, 
if not years, serving each of us here at Shaw. They are the type of people 
who have helped Shaw University become the dynamic University it is 
today, by each doing his own individual thing. 

The S.P.'s are those chosen few who have stood up and made Shaw aware 
of their presence. 

The Bear Staff applauds them and in our hearts, we sing a special song for 
them. They have the right to forever remain proud because each one is a 

Shaw Personality. 





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Honorary 
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accepts a contribution to 
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Woman's Baptist and 
Foreign Missionary Con- 
vention of N. C. as pre- 
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Horne and Mrs, J.B. 
McLester 
Dr. Edwin Sexton 
Dr. Hargraves 
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A. Students at Saturday Seminary 

B. Dr. John W. Fleming 

Professor, Christian Ethics, Afro Amer, Studies 

C. Rev. C.R. Trotter 
Professor 

D. Classroom Setting 

E. Rev. James Z. Alexander, Dean 
Shaw Divinity School 

F. Dr. Henry Turlington 
Professor 




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"'*°V .n • Douglas Powell 

Layouts and Designs Michael Hall 

'"*^°f^^*_ Sandra Copeland 

Facuty and Staff Asst Iris McLaurin 

[^''^^^^ D.Kaye Davis 

^P^!"" Lacount Conaway 

^^^^o;^ores Brenda Davenport 

^'y°"*,^f* April West, Belinda Watson 

^'"'''' ^''^' Phyllis Ballinger, Sarah Glover 

Sharian Shannon, Chriss Brown, Debra 
J . . Edwards, Debra Jones, Michele McComb 

'yP'st Leslie Rowan 

Copy Editor Francis Coverson 

Juniors Phillip Lucas 

^^"'O''^ Francis Coverson, Mike Hall 

Divisions Maxcine Turner 

Photographer J.D. Hinton 

Advisors Doris Anderson, Geraldine Turner 



The Staff Would Like to Thank All Who Helped Us 
During the Making of the 1975 Bear. 



Shaw University -A UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND MEMBER 



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This year, the Shaw University Yearbook was a success. It 
demonstrated the effectiveness of students, from different areas of 
study, working together. 

I would like to thank the entire staff for their efforts in niaking 
the "75 BEAR" a reality. It took great dedication and, at tinies, 
sheer sacrifice. 

"Thanks" also to our advisors, Mrs. Doris Anderson and Miss 
Geraldine Turner, for their cooperation and patience in working with 
us. 

In closing, it is appropriate to say it has been very inspirational 
to know that Black students have worked and still can work together to 
make a dream a success. RIGHT ON, SHAW U! ! ! ! 



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WE REMEMBER THOSE WHO WORKED SO 

THAT WE MIGHT GROW. 

WE REMEMBER THE THINGS THAT BROUGHT US JOY AND 

HAPPINESS 

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Hail, Dear Old Shaw U 
Thy Sons Revere Thy Name, 
Long Shall Thy Works Be Proud, 
Undimmed Thy Fame. 
Time Shall Thy Praises Sing, 
Glory Repay Thy Tears, 
and Loud Thy Praises Ring 
Through All the Years 

Noble Thy Hallways, ^ 
Noble Thy Grassyplains 
f Nobler the Hearts of Men 
Where Thou Doest Reign. 
All We Who Love Thy Name 
Stout Hearts That Shall Not Fail, 
All Rise and Loud Proclaim i 1 1 (' 
Alma Mater, Hail! 



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Compliments of . 



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PLANTERS 

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SUPPORTS 



THE BEARS 



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VIRGIMA'S 

MILLINERY 

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THE PLACE FOR "75" BRDDES 
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WEAR 
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FOR ALL YOUR FORMAL 
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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 75, from your 
supporter of all formal Shaw U. 
events. 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



J.D. Hinton 
Photographer 

Office of University Relations 

C. Warren Massenburg 

MRS. DORIS ANDERSON 
SPECIAL THANTCS 

MS. GERALD INE TURNER 
SPECIAL THANTCS 

MRS. ARRIE PERRY 

MRS. JOAN MILLER 

MR. MACK SOWELL 

MR. TERRY MAULTSBY 



SPECIAL THANTCS 

GOTO 

MR. J.D. HINTON 

FOR THE LONG 

AND HARD HOURS HE 

SPENT WITH US. 

WITHOUT HIM THIS 

BOOK WOULD STILL BE A DREAM. 

THE STAFF ALSO EXPRESSES 

THANKS TO SHARPE'S FORMAL WEAR. 

WE HOPE YOU EN7OY THE 
1975 BEAR AS MUCH AS 
WE ENJOYED PUTTING IT TO- 
GETHER FOR YOU. 



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