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1976 BEAR 

1865 - SHAW UNIVERSITY - 1976 

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INTRODUCTION ^ 
DEDICATION I 

PERSONALITIES 20 
FIRST FAMILY 
PRESIDENT'S 

MESSAGE 23 

FACULTY/ 

STAFF 
SPORTS 
GREEKS 7 

EVENTS 

CAMPUS 

QUEENS 102 

ORGANIZATIONS 

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FAVORITES 142 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

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SENIORS 182 

SPECIAL 

SCHOOLS 202 

SUPERLATIVES 212 
ADVERTISEMENTS 

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ALMA MATER 239 



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SHAW IS IN TOUCH WITH 
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SHE SEES JOY IN THE FACES OF 
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1976 BEAR DEDICATED TO 

MR. EDWARD GRAVES -MR. MUSIC MAN 

The ideas Steal upon his mind 
the music that hypnotizes and 

intensifies the people 
melting them into a useless form 
He's the man behind the band 

He's Mr. Music Man 
In the great night or day 
his music comes out towards the people 
he has the formula that other 
musicians lack 

He's the man behind the band 
He's Mr. 
Music Man . . . 



MR. EUGENE HOWELL 

His lengthy service, the quality of his service, and 

his committment to service, 
His words of encouragement that have gone out to 

hundreds of students. 
His concern for the welfare of Shaw, 
His labor of dedication, often carried on without fanfare. 
His faith in Shaw and in its survival, and 
His love for Shaw that flowed with all his strength, heart, 

and soul. 
Make him an Ambassador of faith. 





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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



Dear Fellow-Students: 

Higher education is concerned with clarifying the muddy human 
situation in which we all are part; what happens to us, the horizons that 
beckon, and the complexities and realities which either shape us or we 
shape them. The end is that we embrace, perceive and embody truth. 
Since Pontius Pilate's historic washing of his hands in order to symbolize 
that whatever happened the onus was on somebody other than himself, truth 
has most often been crucified as a result of evasion of duties and pussyfooting 
as to responsibility. The one lesson we should have learned as a result of 
that important historical moment is that "truth still shines in the darkness 
and the darkness cannot put it out! " 

Out of the historic roots of our faith comes the realization that education 
is a means of truth. For 110 years, Shaw has been on the main avenue of 
educating men and women to think and to reason, be imaginative, creative 
and inventive, sit at the fount of wisdom whose sources flow from all peoples, 
ages and climes, and exercise that independence of judgment so necessary 
for independence of action. We can all vouch that in this respect Shaw is a 
mainstream university and not a side-tracked one. It is not now and never 
has been a stronghold of sterile theory and procedural worship. It looks 
now and has always looked for exacting methodologies as means to open up 
situations, disciplines and experiences so that truth can be illuminated within 
those contexts. Illumination of truth whether embodied in ideas or structures 
and individuals or collectives so that truth becomes incarnate is what original 
thinking and good teaching are about. 

It is, therefore, illumination and incarnation of The Truth that sets us 
free. It is freedom from fear of the powers and forces of this world and all 
possible worlds. It is likewise freedom toward developing ourselves to the 
highest potential possible so that we may give our best in terms of mind, 
spirit and possessions to those who need us most. The standard is the grace 
of God already broken through into our persons and works which assures us 
promise, hope and fulfillment. Our obedient response means throwing off 
narrowmindedness and putting on broadmindedness, secure in the knowledge 
that we are in the compulsive power of a new affection. When this happens 
we are educated whether we receive certification or not. 

Sincerely your«~. 



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ADMINISTRATION & FACULTY 



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THE ADMINISTRATION 

Office of the President 

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D. Mr. Sylvester Williams 

Special Assistant to President 



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A. Dr. Wilmoth Carter 
Senior Vice-President 

B. Mrs. Mildred Hooker 
Administrative Assistant 
to Senior Vice-fhresident 

C. Mrs. Martha Wheeler 
Assistant to Senior -Vice-President 

D. Dr. Kalyan Gosh 
Vice-President 
Academic Affairs 



G. Dr. McLouis Clayton 

Assistant Coordinator of AIDP 

H. Mr. Thomas E. Kee 
Vice-President 
University Relations 

1. Ms. lillie Dimn 

Administrative Assistant 
University Relations 




Library/Records & Registration 



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A. Ms. Mildred Mallette, Director 
Library-Learning Resources Center 

B. Mrs. Doris Hawthorne, Secretary 
Library-LRC 

C. Ms. Beatrice Martin 
Assistant to Librarian 

D. Ms. Robena Bradley 
Assistant Librarian, Catalog 

E. Mrs. Marion Bryant 

Assistant Librarian, Acquisitions 



F. Mrs. Bernice Rainbow 
Assistant Librarian, Circulation 

G. Mr. Norbert Hoffman 
Registrar 

H. Mrs. June Young, Secretary 
Records and Registration 

1. Mrs. Mayme Banks, Clerk 
Records and Registration 

J. Mrs. Jennie Brown 
Assistant to Registrar 



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A. Mrs. Gloria Cumbo 
Administrative Assistant to 
Business Manager 

B. Mr. Leroy Johnson 
Chief Accountant 

C. Mr. James Gambrell 
Director of Services 

D. Ms. Gloria Jones 
Bookkeeper 

E. Ms. Queen Lee 
Coordinator of Student 
Accounts and Purchasing 

F. Mr. Arthur Anthony 
Bookkeeper 



Fiscal Affairs Computer Center 



G. Mr. Lamma Adams, Director 
Sponsored Programs 

H. Ms. Beatrice Young 
Keypunch Operator 
Computer Center 

I. Mrs. Mary Newton 
Keypunch Operator 
Computer Center 

J. Ms. Marie Clark 
Computer Operator 

K. Mrs. Polly Watson 

Clerk, Cashier's Office 

L. Mr. Jim Harris, Coordinator 
Computer Center 



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Management & Services 

A. Dr. Ross Adams, Director 
Management and Services 

B. Mr. Rudolph Williams, Director 
Orgainization and Management 

C. Dr. Abdul Elkordy 
Planning Specialist 

D. Mr. Daniel White 
Assistant to Director, 
Organization and Management 

E. Ms. Melva Hughes 
Inventory Clerk 

F. Mrs. Barbara Evans 
Inventroy Clerk 

G. Mrs. Geneva Highsmith 
Switchboard Operator 

H. Mrs. Princess Haywood 
Postal Clerk 

I. Mrs. Elnora Kee 
Bookstore Manager 

J. Ms. Annie Irvin, Secretary 
Plant Services 

K. Mr. Stanley Ballentine, Coordinator 
Plant Services 

L, Mrs. Georgia Matthews, Coordinator 
Secretarial Services 

M. Mr. Carl Sanders, Manager 
WSHA Ffadio Station 

N. Mr. Herman Hinton, Printer 
Secretarial Services 

O. Ms. Jessie Smith, Stenographer 
Secretarial Services 

P. Mrs. Helen Graham, Stenographer 
Secretarial Services 

Q. Mrs. Jennie Joy, Director 
Day Care Centers 

R. Mr. Ray Davis ■> 

Director of Food Services 



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Student Life &l and 
Development 

A. Mr. Mack Sowell, Dean 
Student life and Development 
(On leave) 

B. Mrs. Barbara Baylor 
Administrative Assistant to Dean 

C. Mr. Willie Jones 
Acting Dean 

Student Life and Development 

D. Mr. Charles Mitchell 
Director-Student Life 

E. Mrs. Daisy Clark 

Women's Residence Coordinator 

F. Mr. Willie Fr;mer 
Dormitory Counselor 

G. Ms. Cathy Hall 
Dormitory Counselor 

H. Mrs. Arrie Perry, Secretary 
Student Activities 

I. Mrs. Joan Miller, Director 
Student Activities 

J. Mrs. Carol Gartrell, Director 
Special Services 

K. Mr. Odell Clanton, Coordinator 
Special Services/Upward Bound 

L. Mr. Dwight Midgette, Counselor 
Special Services 

M. Dr. Leroy Burton 
University Physician 

N. Dr. Bertron Haywood 
University Physician 

O. Mr. Donald Benson, Director 
Cooperative Education 



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Student Development 

A. Mr. Theodore Hindsm an, 
Assistant Director 
Financial Aid 

B. Ms. Helga Greenfield, Director 
Financial Aid 

C. Ms. Geraldine Turner 
Director of Admissions 

D. Ms. Teretha Lemon, Coordinator 
Recruitment 

E. Ms. Hazel Smith, Secretary 
Financial Aid 

F. Mrs. Doris Anderson, Director 
Career Placement 

G. Mr. James Mitchell 
Recruiter 

H. Mr. Reginald Dark, Intern 
Counseling Center 

I. Mrs. Beulah Glenn, Secretary 
Admissions Office 

J. Ms. Mary Wells, Secretary 
Financial Aid Office 

K. Rev. Ronald Swain, Univeisity Minister 
Director, Counseling Center 

L. Mrs. Joyce Hines, Counselor 
Counseling Center 

M. Mr. Fred Jones, Director 
University Year for Action 

N. Mrs. Gwendolyn Anthony, Secretary 
University Year for Action/ 
Cooperative Education 

O. Mrs. Annie Hooker, Secretary 
Placement and Counseling 



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University Relations 

University Without Walls 

Sen^inary Without Walls 

A. Mrs. Barbara Mann, Director 
Alumni Affairs, OUR 

B. Mr. Lee Monroe 

Director of Development, OUR 

C. Mrs. Vivian Galbreath, Secretary 
University Relations 

D. Mr. Warren Massenburg 
Information Officer, OUR 

E. Mrs. Louise Lewis 
Recruiter/Facilitator, SWW 

F. Mr. O.A. Dupree 
Recruiter /Facilitator, SWW 

G. Dr. John Frazier 

Dean of Instruction, SWW 

H. Mr. Donald Rivers 

Audio Technician, SWW 

I. Mrs. Mildred Christmas 

Coordinator of Veteran's Affairs, UWW 

J. Dr. Calvin Swinson, Jr. , 
Coordinator 
Fayetteville-Fort Bragg Education Center 

K. Mr. Jim Nance 

Evaluation Coordinator, UWAV 

L. Dr. Lorenzo Battle, III 
Coordinator 
Miami Education Center 

M. Mr. Biety Nwanju 

Academic Coordinator, UWW 



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ACA Offices of the Academic Deans 



A. Dr. Horace B. Caple 
Dean 

School of Humanities and Art 

B. Dr. Bonnie Gillispie 
Dean 

School of Urban Science 

C. Dr. Rodger Jenkins 
Dean 

School of Natural and Physical Sciences 
Director, Engineering 



D. Mrs. Sharon Roberts, Secretary 
Humanities and Art 

E. Mrs. Ann Griffin, Secretary 
Urban Sciences 

F. Mrs. Karen Campbell, Secretary 
Natural and Physical Sciences 



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A. Mr. Robert Powell 
Dean 

University Without Walls 

B. Rev. James Z. Alexander 
Dean 

Divinity School 

C. Rev. C.T. Vivian 
Dean 

Seminary Without Walls 

D. Dr. J. Estes Byers 
Acting Dean 
School of Education 



E. Ms. Cynthia Holden, Secretaiy 
School of Education 

F. Mrs. Bessie Stringfellow 
Administrative Assistant 
Seminary Without Walls 

G- Mrs. Martha Jones, Secretary 
Divinity School 



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A. Dr. Horace B. Caple 
Dean 

School of Humanities and Art 

B. Dr. Bonnie Gillispie 
Dean 

School of Urban Science 

C. Dr. Rodger Jenitins 
Dean 

School of Natural and Physical Sciences 
Director, Engineering 



D. Mrs. Sharon Roberts, Secretary 
Humanities and Art 

E. Mrs. Ann Griffin, Secretary 
Urban Sciences 

F. Mrs. Karen Campbell, Secretary 
Natural and Physical Sciences 



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A. Mr. Robert Powell 
Dean 

University Without Walls 

B. Rev. James Z. Alexander 
Dean 

Divinity School 

C. Rev. C.T. Vivian 
Dean 

Seminary Without Walls 

D. Dr. J. Estes Byers 
Acting Dean 
School of Education 



E. Ms. Cynthia Holden, Secretary 
School of Education 

F. Mrs. Bessie Stringfellow 
Administrative Assistant 
Seminary Without Walls 

G. Mrs. Martha Jones, Secretary 
Divinity School 



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The Faculty 

Humanities and Arts 

A. Mr. Edward Graves 

Associate Professor, Music 



B. Mr. Zelotes Toliver 
Assistant Professor, Music 

C. Mr. Benjamin Kirk 
Instructor, Music 

D. Dr. Harry Gil-Smythe 
Emeritus Professor, Music 

E. Mr. Nelson Allison 
Assistant Professor 
Drama and Theater 

F. Mrs. Patricia Caple 
Assistant Professor 
Drama and Theater 

G. Mrs. Minnie Whitaker 
Assistant Professor, Art 

H. Dr. James Hunt 
Associate Professor 
Philosophy and Religion 

I. Dr. Patrick Elliot 
Professor, English 

J. Mrs. Willie High 

Associate Professor, English 

K. Mrs. Nancy Eliott 

Assistant Professor, English 

L. Mrs. Joan Barrax 

Assistant Professor, English 

M. Ms. Francis Williams 
Instructor, Reading 

N. Dr. Orus Barker 
Professor 
Philosophy and Religion 

O. Mrs. Rosalie Williams 

Associate Professor, English 

P. Mrs. Ura Jones 

Associate Professor, Reading 

Q. Dr. James Robinson 

Assistant Professor, English 

R. Mr. Robert Simmons 

Assistant Professor, English 

S. Ms. Florine Burch 
Instructor, English 



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Natural & Physical 
Science 

A. Dr. Abha Gosh 

Associate Professor, Chemistry 

B. Mrs. Doris Kwasikpui 
Instructor, Biology 

C. Dr. Rajendra De 
Professor, Biology 

D. Dr. Leonard Kubicek 
Assistant Professor 
Environmental Science 

E. Dr. Arun Chatterji 
Associate Professor, Chemistry 

F. Mr. John Cleveland 
Visiting Assistant Professor 
Chemistry^ 

G. Dr. Ben Ray 

Associate Professor, Biology 

H. Dr. Satyabrata Ray 
Associate Professor 
Environmental Science 

1. Dr. Thomas Lominac 

Assistant Professor, Mathematics 

J. Dr. Qutubuddin Khalid 
Assistant Professor, Physics 

K. Dr. Shirley Tove 
Professor, Biology 

L. Ms. Almena Niinn 

Assistant Professor, .Mathematics 

.M.Dr. Calvin Knobe la ch 
Associate Professor 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

N. Mrs. Linda Lewis 
Instructor 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

O.Dr. Lawrence Gould 

Associate Professor, Mathematics 

P. Dr. Kanti Patel 

Professor, Mathematics 

Q.Mr. James C. Scanlan 
Instructor, .Mathematics 

R..Mr. Harold Lewis 
Instructor 
Speech Pathology and Audiology 

S.Dr. .McLouis Clayton 

-Associate Professor, .Mathematics 



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Administrative and 
Urban Sciences 



A. Dr. Reginald Sutton 
Assistant Professor 
Urban Planning 

B. Dr. Earl Jones 
Assistant Professor 
Urban Planning 

C. Dr. Harkant Mankad 
Assistant Professor 

Business Management G Economics 

D. Dr. Bonnie Gillispie 
Associate Professor 
Public Administration 

E. Dr. Tayel Shehata 
Professor 
Business, Accoimting 

F. Mr. Manzoor Quereshi 
Assistant Professor 
Business, Economics 

G.Dr. Lorenzo Thompson, Sr. 
Professor 
Public Administration 

H. Mr. Nader Suleiman 
Assistant Professor 
Business, Economics 



I. Mrs. Niury Johnson 
Assistant Professor 
Business, Management, Economics 

J- Mrs. Souad Shehata 
Assistant Professor 
Business, Accounting 

K. Mr. George White 
Instructor 
Behavioral Science 

L. Dr. Gloria White 
Assistant Professor 
Behavioral Science 

M.Dr. S. Jabulani Beza 
Associate Professor 
Urban Politics 

N. Dr. Mohammad Shadid 
Associate Professor 
Urban Politics 

O Dr. Esta Thomas 
Professor 
Behavioral Science 

P. Dr. Clyde Goodrum 
Associate Professor 
Behavorial Science 



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Education 



A, Dr. Randolph Tobias 
Professor, Teacher Education 

B, Dr. Laila Russell 
Associate Professor 
Teacher Education 

C, Mrs. Kathryn Shepard 
Assistant Professor 
Teacher Education 

D, Dr. J. Estes Byers 
Professor, Education 

E, Dr. Clarence Jordan 
Assistant Professor 
Teacher Education 

F, Mrs. Elizabeth Cofield 
Professor, Teacher Education 

G, Mr. Horace Smalls 
Instructor 
Physical Education 

H, Mr. James Farris 
Instructor 
Physical Education 

1. Dr. Ronald Brown 
Professor 
Physical Education 

J. Ms. Peggy Morris 
Instructor, 
Physcial Education 

K, Mr. William Spann 
Associate Professor, 
Physical Education 
Director of Athletics 

L, Mrs. Vivian Sansom 
Associate Professor 
Physical Education , 



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Divinity 

Humanities and Arts Cont. 

A. Dr. Henry Turlington 
Professor 

Divinity School 

B. Dr. Wendell Grigg 
Professor 
Divinity School 

C. Dr. C. B. Thompson 
Professor 
Divinity School 

D. Dr. R. Smipass 
Professor 
Divinity School 

E. Dr. C.R. Trotten 
Professor 
Divinity School 

F. Dr. Urabi Mustafa 
Professor 

International Studies 
Humanities And Arts 

G. Mr. Ghulum Aziz 
Lecturer 

International Studies 
Humanities and Arts 

H. Dr. Elizabeth Laizner 
Professor 
Foreign Languages 

1. Dr. Jesus Farias 
Professor 
History 

J. Mr. Thomas Edwards 
Foreign Student Advisor 

K. Mr. Robert Loeb 
Instructor 
Radio- Television- Film 

L. Mr. Robert Keiber 
Assistant Professor 
Radio- Television- Film 



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SHAW UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 

TEAM 1975 





LEFT TO RIGHT 
Andrew Borton, Co-Captain 
Horace Smalls, Head Coach 
James Smith, Co -Captain 



1975 FOOTBALL 
ROSTER 



NO. 


NAME 


POS. 


CLASS 


10 


Gay Walker 


QB 


Jr. m 


11 


Thomas Hayes 


QB 


12 


Cecil Alexander 


QB 


Soph. 


17 


William Artis 


LB 


Sr. m 

Sophi" 


18 


Reginald Bennett 


WR 


19 


Curtis Williams 


DB 


20 


Ronald Burrell 


DB 


Sr. 


21 


William Burt 


DB 


Soph. 


22 


Bobby Landers 


RB 


Sr. 


24 


Thomas Barr 


RB 


Sr. 


25 


Johnny Oakley 


FB 


Fr. 


28 


Lionel Jackson 


RB 


Jr. 


30 


Levi WQson 


FB 


Sr. 


32 


Bernard Jackson 


RB 


Jr. 


34 


Joseph Dixon 


LG 


Fr. 


40 


Talmadge Darden 


FL 


Fr. 


41 


Columbus Pridgen 


DB 


Sr. . 


42 


James Phillips 


WR 


Jr. ' 


44 


James E. Smith 


DB 


Sr. 


46 


Nathaneil Benton 


FL 


Jr. 


50 


Robert Johnson 


C 


Sr. ■ 


51 


Donald Hassell 


C 


Jr. 


52 


Carl Pridgen 


LB 


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60 


Milton Simmons 


L 


Sr. ^ 


61 


William Dickens 


DO 


62 


Andrew Burton 


OT 


Sr. 


64 


Ernest Smith 


OG 


Sophfl 


67 


Kenneth McNeil 


LB 


Fr.a 


68 


LLndsey Etheridge 


OT 


Jr. m 


70 


Anthony Ross 


DE 


Fr.* 


71 


William Kearney 


DB 


Fr. 


73 


Joseph Roundtree 


DT 


Sr. « 


75 


Rodney Carter 


OT 


Jr. m 


77 


Elwin Munn 


DT 


SopbM 


79 


Harold Craig 


OT 


Jr. m 


80 


Robert S. Johnson 


WR 


Soph. 


82 


Richard Mitchell 


TE 


Sopii^_ 


86 


Bernard Manuel 


SE 


Fr. ^M 


88 


Joseph Hilliard 


LB 


Sr. S 


90 


Michael Bourne 


LB 


Fr. :^B 


91 


Wilbert King 


LB 


Fr. .^m 


92 


Welcome Spence 


LB 


Sr. ^H 


94 


Alfred Anderson 


DT 


Sopi^H 




Charles A. Blue 


LB 


Fr. ^H 


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Wallace Cherr^ 


DB 


Fr. H 


K 


Michael Darby 


DB 


Fr. ^1 


K 


Charles Hankerson 


DG 


Sophi^l 


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J.T, Hart 


OB 


Jr. ^H 


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James Jordon 


DB 


Sr. ^M 




Morris Kershaw 


DG 


Jr. ^H 




Charles Kelly 


FB 


Fr. " 




Beimy Nelson 


WR 


Soph. 




Booker Smith 


LB 


Fr. ^ 




Carl Stalhyorthm 


RB 


Fr.fl 




Edward Davis 


R 


Sr.^ 


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1975 FOOTBALL 
SCHEDULE 

HOME GAMES 

SEPT. 20 -HAMPTON LNSTITUTE ^^m 

SEPT. 27-FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV. 

OCT. 25-J.C. SMITH UNIVERSITY 

NOV. 8 -DELAWARE STATE COLLEGE 
(HOMECOMING) 

NOV. 22 -LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE 

AWAY GAMES 

SEPT. 13-KNOXVlLLE COLLEGE 
OCT. 4 -FEDERAL CITY COLLEGE 
OCT. 18 -ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIV. 
NOV. 1 -NORFOLK STATE COLLEGE 
NOV. 15 -WINSTON SALEM STATE UNIV. 








WE WILL NEVER FORGET FOOTBALL "75 



HOMECOMING 75 - IS/OOC STRONG 




A crowd of 15,000 alurrmi and friends 
joined the Shaw family to watch the Bears take 
on Delaware State Hornets. The weather was 
beautiful after a earlier shower. The band 
gave a fantastic and memorable show. Our 
only upset was -we lost the game. 



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HALFTIME EXCITEMENTS 
HITS A FEVER PITCH 
WHEN THE MARCHING 
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1976-76 BASKETBALL 
ROSTER 



NAME 


CLASS 


POS. 


VINCENT COPELAND 


SOPH. 


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THOMAS CUMMINGS 


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GREGORY HENDERSON 


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LARRY HICKS 


JR. 


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TOMMIE JOHNSON 


SR. 


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CLADIUS JONES 


FRESH. 


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VICTOR KELLY 


SOPH. 


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JOSEPH MOYE 


JR. 


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JOHN PARTIN 


SR. 


ANDREW RICHARDSON 


SR. 


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ANTHONY ROBINSON 


JR. 


JAKE ROGERS 


SOPH. 


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LESTER ROSEBORE 


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HEAD COACH: JAMES R. FARRIS 
ASST. COACHES: BOBBY SANDERS 

CLIFF ANDERSON 




1975-76 BASKETBALL 
If SCHEDULE 



December 



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2 WINSTON SALEM STATE UNIV. 
4,5,6 GEORGIA INVITATIONAL TOURN. 

8 VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE 

10 VIRGINIA UNION UNIVERSITY 

16 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIV. 

6 -ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 



January 



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8-FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY 

10 BARBER SCOTIA COLLEGE 
16 FEDERAL CITY COLLEGE 
18 -JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. 
21 -NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIV. 
26 -WINSTON SALEM STATE UNIV. 

28 -ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE 
31 -HAMPTON INSTITUTE 

February 

2 -ST. PAUL COLLEGE 

3 -ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIV. 

5 -JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. 

7 -LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE 

11 NORFOLK STATE COLLEGE 

13 ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE 

14 LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE 

19 FEDERAL CITY COLLEGE 

21 FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV. 
CIAA TOURNAMENT 

FEB. 26,27,28 

ON, VIRGINIA 





BASKETBALL 75-76 





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1. Tommie Johnson -Tri- Captain 

2. James Farris - Head Coach 

3. Andrew Richardson -Tri- Captain 

4. Lester Rosebure -Tri- Captain 

5. Bobby Sanders - Asst. Coach 













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Greek Representatives 

1. Leonard Giles, A A 

2. Belinda Lewis, Z B 

3. Doug Joyner, A A 

4. Dollie Knight, P 

5. Lorenzo Hainsworth, A A 

6. Frances Harris, AKA 

7. Francis Addison, AKA 

8. Ovetta Lewis, 

9. Raymond Hammond, B 

10. Sandra Bennett, 

11. Barbara Fields, P 





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CORONATION 1975 - MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY 



A look into the 40's with a touch 
of the 70 's. Time has no written 
pages in the Soul's Historical 
Book of Inspiration. Moments 
without the measure of time. How 
does one recondite time in the 
presence of an Ageless Queen? 



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Miss Shaw, Pat Stephenson and S.G. 
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wreath at Dr. Tappers grave in Mem- 
orial Gardens on campus during 
graveside ceremonies on Founders 
Day. 



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sion to Spaulding Gymnasium for 
observance of Founders Day. 



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Dr. James E. Lytle Testamonial Dinner 

Shaw University Hall of Fame Dinner 









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Dr. James E, Lytle was honored at the first an- 
nual Shaw University Hall of Fame dinner at the 
Raleigh Hilton Inn by his many friends, rival coach- 
es, and players that he guided on the athletic field. 

Lytle, a Shaw graduate, spearheaded Shaw's 
athletic program for 43 years. ■. 







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Spencer 

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1. J. Davis 

2. D. Lacewell 

3. R. Jones 

4. L. McMillan 

5. R. Lowe 

6. W. Washington 

7. K. McQueen 

8. B. Davenport 

9. L, Rowan 




Men's Personnel 
Council 



1 . Curtis Moore 

2. George Brown 

3. Sam demons 

4. WJllard Caldwell 

5. Jerome Johnson 

6. Frank Turner 

7. Gregory Chandler 



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Council 



1. Shyanne Thompson 

2. Ann Creecy 

3. Francis Addison 

4. Mamie Everett 

5. Denise Duncan 

6. Hazel Floyd 

7. Lola Sykes 

8. Mae Franks 

9. Charlene Murrell 



Residents Assistants 



1. Charlene Murrell 

2. Gladys Christmas 

3. Denise Duncan 

4. Hazel Floyd 

5. Francis Harris 

6. Mae Franks 

7 . Debbie Edwards 

8. Lydia Williams 

9. Ruby Hare 

10. Nellie Tillman 

11. Delora Kimbrough 




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President, S. G.A. 




David E, Lanier, Jr, 
Attorney General 
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Abena Briscoe 

Vice President, Internal Affairs, S.G.A. 




Delmar Harris 

Vice President, External Affairs, S.G.A. 



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Lana Latimer 
Business Manager 



Jackie Dozier 
Receptionist, S.G.A. 




Cornell Wells 
Chief-Justice 



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United Heritage Gospel Choir 



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UNIVERSITY CHORALE 
SOCIETY 

Ur. Harry Ciil-Sinvthc, Director 



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THE DYNAMIC SHAW 
UNIVERSITY MARCHING BEAR 








Mr. Bertram Shockley 
Drum Major 




Mr. Lorenzo Hainsworth 
Drum Major 



ANY BAND CAN 
CLAIM TO BE 
DYNAMIC, BUT FEW 
CAN BACK UP SUCH 
A CLAIM. 





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AMBASSADORS OF SOUL MUSIC AND 
BAND — ENTERTAINMENT. 








Edward Graves 
Director 




Marilyn Moss 
Head Majorette 



AT SHAW, WE SAY 
OUR BAND IS 
DYNAMIC BECAUSE IT 
IS; IT'S AS SIMPLE AS 
THAT 



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WSHA-F.M. 88.9 

A whole New Kind of Thing 
A Totally New Kind of Sound 
A Listening Experience 
At A 70 Mile Radius 



W.S.H.A. STAFF 



1 . Lecount Conoway 

2. Alvin Stowe 

3. Ella Williams 

4. Henry Lee 

5. Kathy Burch 

6. Mel Davis 

7. Renata Joy 

8. Vincent Copeland 

9. Joyce Powell 

10. Jesse Futrell 

11. Wendell Williams 

12. Jeanie Burnie 

13. Glenn Scott 

14. Anthony Savory 

15. Thesolonius McLean 

16. Octavia Russell 

17. Wayne Lee 

18. Walter Armstrong 



Rest Your Dial on 88. 9 F. M 
For That Unforgettable Experience 



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STUDENT NATIONAL 
EDUCATION ASSOC. 



1 . Charlene Murrell 

2. Jeanette Winstead 

3. Zonna Inge 

4. Ann Creecy 

5. Jerry Thompson 

6. Pat Stephenson 

7. Gregory Winstead 

8. Mae Franks 

9. Virginia Dennis 
10. John J. Moore 



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1. L. Rowan 

2. D. Lanier 

3. B. Davenport 

4. B. Fields 

5. M. Grant 

6. C. Elliott 

7. B. Shaw 

8. M. Hall 

9. "J.B." 

10. L. Latimer 

11. J. Dozier 

12. K. Sageel 

13. L. Merchant 



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Phi Beta Lambda 

1. David Lanier-Pres. 

2. Geneva Johnson-Sec. 

3. Larry Williams- Vice Pres. 

4. Lana Latimer 

5. Irving Boone 

6. Rene' D ampler 

7. Gregory Gipson 
Barbara Fields-( missing) 



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KNEELING, L. -R. Hank, Arnold, Henry J. , Ray 

STANDING, L.-R. Kevin, Prince, Faye, Tony, Pumpkin, Shine, Reggie 

BROTHERS UNLIMITED 




TOP ROW: Mike Cobk, Charles Soney, Vincent Copeland, William Miller, Moses Sykes 

BOTTOM ROW: Mike Heard, Lester Rosebore, Carl Williams, Bara Baker, James Fudge, Ted Marby 



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KAPPA ALPHA PSI 



1. Arlee Rawles 

2. Brenda Davenport 

3. Leslie Rowan 

4. Debra Jones 

5. Ellen Williams 

6. Patricia Craig 

7. Grace Renfrow 

8. Robin Lowe 

9. Gisele Irving 

10. Mozell Jones 

11. Margaret Tisdale 

12. Frances Coverson 

13. Gloria Judkins 



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THE ANGELS OF 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA 



1 . Vanessa Wynn 

2. Linda Campbell 

3. Hope Boyd 

4. Marilyn Washington 

5. Aletha Woods 

6. Eva White 

7. Sharian Shannon 

8. Debra Edwards 

9. Linda AUen 
10. Nancy Gilliam 



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Alpha Chi 

National Honor 
Society 



1 . Jeanette Winstead 

2. Lorenzo Hainsworth 

3 . Marilyn Johnson 

4. Issac Ruff in 





Alpha Kappa Mu 

Alpha Omicron 
Chapter 

1 . Lorenzo Hainsworth 

2. Jeanette Winstead 



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Beta Kappa Chi 
Science Honor Society 

1. Yemi Tominiyi 

2. Doris B. Kwasikpui, Sponsor 

3. Sharon Robinson 

4. Linda Campbell 

5. Candyce Newsome, Trea. 

6. Gloria Spencer 

7. Lola Sykes, Sec. 

8. Lawrence Gould 
Not Shown: Rick Parker 

Pres. 





Alpha Epsilon Rho 
Broadcasting Honor 
Society 

1. Henry Lee 

2. Octavia Russell 

3. EUa WiUiams 

4. Joyce Powell 

5. T . McLean 

6. Jeanie Burnie 

7. Mr. Loeb, Advisor 



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THE DYNAMIC SHAW PLAYERS 
AND COMPANY 

Superiors of Collegiate Theatre and 
Entertainment _.^,«__ 









The Company 



The Shaw Players and Company Ls a co -cur- 
ricula organization and offers one unit of credit 
per semester for active participants. Member- 
ship is open to all students. Active participation 
is a requirement for all Drama majors. The 
Company holds membership in The Southeastern 
Theatre Conference and the National Association 
of Dramatic and Speech Arts. 



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Samuel Taybome 
Robin Perkins 
Diane McKnight 
David Kaalund 
Beryl Faircloth 
Anthony Sauery 
Alicia Macon 
Norman Carter 
Brenda V^illiams 
Michael Howell 
Cecil Russell 
Sherry Gallup 
Butch 
Blanco 

Valerie Stinson 
Eugene Coston 



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THE CAST OF JOSEPH A. WALKER'S AWARD 

WINNING PLAY 
THE 

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The Cast 



1. P.C., Director and Master Mind 

2. Phillip Farewell 

3. Rochelle Stith 

4. Ben Sutton 

5. Beryl Faircloth 

6. Diane McKnight 

7. Toni Hudson 

8. Sam Trayborn 

9. Valarie Tekosky 
10. Michael Howell 



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The Department 

of 

Dramatic Art 

Present 

The Shaw Players & Com. 

in 

TheAward Winning 

Play 

THE RIVER NIGEI^ 

Directed By: P.C. Caple 
Cast 

A. Mattie Williams-Valarie Tekosky 

B. Johrmy Williams -Michael Howell 

C. Grandma W. Brown-Beryl Faircloth 

D. Jeff Williams-Walt Bennett 

E. Ann Vanderguild- Diane McKnight 

F. Gail-Toni Hudson 

G. Mo-Eugene Coston 

H. Dr. Dudley Stanton -Sam Tayborn 

I. AL- Glen Horton 

J. Skeeter-David Kaalund 

K. Chips -Benjamin Sutton 

"Shaw drama has vitality 
Raleigh Times 

"A magnificent performance" 
Carolinian 

"Once in a great while, there's a 
production so great words can't 
express what you've seen. 

The Shaw Players presentation of 
"The River Niger" was that kind. " 
The Charlotte Obsrever 

The Shaw Players picked up their 
audience and carried it in deep 
sentimental emotions in their 
production of "The River Niger. " 
Jet Magazine 



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THE SHAW PLAYERS AND COMPANY 

Presents 

HAVE YOU SEEN YOURSELF 

By Sababu Cn Geuka 





CAST AND CREW 




1 . Robin Lewis 

2. Kasval Jones 

3. Eddie Gilcreast 

4. Alice Leonard 

5. Brenda Williams 

6. Darlene Lowry 

7. Curtis Moore 

8. Lola Jones 

9. Henri Gaskins 

10. Angelo (JeUo) Thompson 

11. Maggaline Raney 

12. Terri Corniggans 

13. Donnie Hall 

14. Walt Bennett 

15. John Vassar 

16. Thiu-man London 

17. Sababu Norris 

18. Johnny Maultsby 

19. Alvin Stowe 

20. Avery Flint 

21. Billy (Cornbread) Griffin 



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HAVE YOU SEEN YOURSELF 

A New Musical 

Written and Directed by Student, Sababu Cn Geuka 




Directed by, - Sababu CN Geuka 



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Air Force 
R.O.T.C. 

Detachment 559 



1. J. Hurley 

2. James Smith 

3. Cornell Wells 

4. Mozell Jones 

5. Moses Sykes 

6. Sandy White 

7. Marvin Doe 



Sisters 
Unlimited 



1 . Sheryl Brownlee 

2. Shelia Kirk 

3. Cynthia Evans 

4. Karen Frye 

5. Patricia Boyd 

6. Franscier Hughes 



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Pern Club 



1. Claude Foy 

2. Arletha Stroud 

3. Joseph Johnson 

4. Carmen Gantt 

5. James Jordon 

6. Cynthia Evans 



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Adams, Derrick 
Adams, Iris 
Adkins, Deborah 
Alford, Savanda 
Alston, Dexter 



Alston, John 
Anglin, Coren 
Baines, Teresa 
Banks, Miriam 
Barbee, Edward 



Barron, Toni 
Batts, Gregory 
Belfield, Michelle 
Bell, Nannie 
Blackston, Janice 



Blackwell, Deborah 
Bray, Lucy 
Bright, Charles 
Broadus, Monica 
Brown, Mamie 



Brown, Vernon 
Brown, William 
Bullock, Carolyn 
^^ Burke, William 
^<l«-t Byrd, Gerald 



Campbell, Kurt 
Carlisle, Beotise 
Carney, Jimmie 
Caviness, Karen 
Clayton, Althea 



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Freshmen 



Cox, Mable 
Craig, Patricia 
Daniel, Eddie 
Davis, Edgar 
Davis, Jessie 



Davis, Mary 
Dixon, Joseph 
Dixon, Sarah 
Doe, Dennis 
Doe, Marvin 



Downey, Barbara 
Dupree, Pamela 
Evans, Larry 
Fairley, Juarlene 
Fairwell, Phillip 



Flynt, Avery 
Gaffney, Deborah 
Gamble, Raeford 
Gardner, Melvin 
Goodard, Patricia 



Grant, Carol 
Griffin, Billy 
Griffin, Peggy 
Grooms, Rose 
Hailey, Hurley 




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Hall, Barbara 
Henderson, Wanda 
Hernandez, Anthony 
Heyward, Karen 



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Hill, Jesse 
Hill, Sheila 
Hocutt, Alberta 
Hocutt, Janice 
Hodges, Dianne 



Horsey, Charles 
Humphries, Jesse 
Hunter, Rollins 
Hylton, Charlotte 
Jackson, Ardis 



Jeffries, Kenneth 
Jeter, Timothy 
Jivens, John 
Johnson, Brenda 
Johnson, Cynthia 



Johnson, Darrel 
Johnson, Harold 
Johnson, Jerome 
Johnson, Joseph 
Johnson, Raymond 



Jones, Franklin 

Jones, Luther 

Jones, Mozelle 

Jones, Rosa 

Jones, Sidney 



Jones, Timothy 
Jones, Vanessa 
Jorden, Larry 
Joyner, Gloria 
Kea, Gwendolyn 



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Freshmen 



Kelley, Kathy 
Klass, Robert 
Lane, Calvin 
Latimer, Lana 
Leach, William 



Lee, Harold 
Leggett, Tommy 
Lloyd, Randolph 
London, Wanda 
Lucas, Angela 



Lyeroy, Maria 
Lyons, Kevin 
Macon, Alicia 
Manns, Annette 
Massey, David 



McAfee, Clarence 
McClamb, Dianne 
McCoy, Arlanda 
McGirt, Cecil 
McKoy, Charlene 



McKoy, Gerry 
McLaughlin, Carolyn 
McNeill, Kenneth 
Miles, Kinston 
Mojica, Manuel 



Moore , Paula 
Mosley, Anthony 
Newell, Janice 
Newsame, Gary 
Newson, Hosea 




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Freshmen 




Norwood, Shelia 
Oliver, Kathleen 
Pair, Brenda 
Paysinger, Joselyn 
Penn, Geneva 



Perkins, Robin 
Perryman, Gale 
Peterson, Patricia 
Pone, Donnetta 
Ratciiffe, LePrince 



Reaves, Karen 
Reese, Phyllis 
Richardson, Bernard 
J{>i^ Richardson, Geraldine 

''■Kz^r^'l Roach, Samuel 



Roseboro, Dianne 
Tomohiabipi, Samuel 
Sands, Irving 
Schorr, Douglas 
Scott, Beverly 



Sharp, Susan 
Shelton, Rodney 
Simmons, Brenda 
Simmons, Ervin 
Sledge, Michael 



Smith, Booker 
Smith, Franchell 
Smith, Glendora 
Smith, James 
Stallworth, Carl 



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Freshmen 



Stephens, Melbaume 
Stjnson, Valeria 
Stroud , Malphus 
Si^gs, Barbara 
Sutton, Benjamin 



Taylor, Georgene 
Temple, Anthony 
Tennison, Paulette 
Thomas, Dennis 
Thompson, Angelo 



Toler, Michael 
Vinson, Frederick 
Wade, Stephen 
Walker, Eric 
Walkes, Judith 



Wallington, Don 
Warren, Shirley 
Washington, Sharon 
Watson, Ava 
Watson, David 



Watts, Charles 
White, Sandy 
Williams, Fermon 
Williams, Lorraine 
Williams, Mildred 



Williams, Patricia 
Williams, Sevine 
Works, Lynn 
Worley, Jacquelyn 
Wright, Barbara 







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Vaiiceyville, N.C. 




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Music IMucatioii 
I'onlisiiiouth, \a. 




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Kichnioiid, V'a. 




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Nonvalk, Conn. 




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Preliminary Medicine 
Chicago, ILL 




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Health and Physical Eda^ 
Wilson, N.C. . '' 






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Chicago, HI. 



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WUson, N.C. 




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Music Education 
Newport News, Va. 




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Nexmith, S.C. 




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Divinity School 



Rhodford L. Anderson 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Bachelor of Theology 

Richard L. Battle 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Bachelor of Theology 





Aoffond Carmichael 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Bachelor of Theology 

Lawrence Edwards 
Jackson, N. C. 
Bowie State College, B. A. 
Bachelor of Theology 





Annie L. Ford 
Winston, Salem, N. C, 
Bachelor of Theology 

William P. Ford 
Fairmont, N. C. 
Morris College, A.B. 
Master of Divinity 




John D. Fuller 
Fayetteville, N, C. 
Fayetteville State Univ. 
Master of Divinity 

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Charlotte, N. C. 
A G T State Univ. , B. S. 
Doctor of Divinity 




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John W. Corharn 
Wagram, N. C. 
ACT State Univ., B. S. 
Master of Divinity 

Clarence Gray 
Greenville, N. C. 
Shaw Univereity, A.B. 
Master of Divinity 





Arizona Hartfield 
Bolivia, N. C. 
A&T State Univ. , B. S. 
Master of Divinity 

Kenneth Hammond 
Greenville, N. C. 
East Carolina Univ, A.B. 
Master of Divinity 





Aloysius High 
Zebulon, N. C. 
Bachelor of Theology 

Samuel Hodges 
Winston Salem, N. C. 
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John B. Moore 
Weldon, N. C. 
Shaw University, A.B. 
Master of Divituty 

Robert L. .Milhousc 
L.turinbiirg. N. C. 
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Willard E. Stephens, Jr. 
Durham, N. C. 

North Carolina Central Univ. , B. S. 
Master of Divinity 

Bobby S. Stewart 
Winston, Salem, N.C. 
AGT State Univ., B. S. , M.S. 
Doctor of Divinity 





Ronald Swain 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Duguesne University, A. 
Doctor of Divinity 

Franklin E. Tootle 
Morehead City, N. C. 
Shaw University, A.B. 
Master of Divinity 





Thomas L. Walker 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Bachelor of Theology 

J.B. Wilder 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Shaw University, B. S. 
Master of Divinity 





Carolyn Hillsman 
Richmond, Va. 
Virginia State College, B. A. 
Master of Divinity 

Alberta Reid 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Johnson C. Smith Univ., A.B. 

Howard Univ. , M. Rel. 

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The One Hundred and Tenth 

CONVOCATION FOR CONFERRING OF 

DEGREES 
CLASS OF 1975 



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The One Hundredeth and Tenth Convoca- 
tion for the Conferring of Degrees was held 
May 11th, 1975 in the Memorial Auditorium. 
The class marked the largest in the history 
of the university. There were approximitely 
430 graduates. The Convocation Orator was 
Dr. James B. Holderman, Vice President for 
Education of the Lilly Endowment, Inc. The 
Music was provided by the University Band 
(Which received a standing ovation) and the 
University Chorale Society. 



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Urban Planning 
Chicago, Illinois 
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WHO'S WHO 

"Towards New Horizons" 

K.A. 

Francis D. Addison 

Business Management G Economics 

St. George, S.C. 

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Issac H. Ruff in, Jr. 
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Newport News, Virginia 
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Roxboro, N.C. 
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Portsmouth, Virginia 

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South HiU, Virginia 
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Mobil, Alabama 
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Portsmouth, Virginia 

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Hollister, N.C. 
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Class Editor 



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Office Manager 



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Secretary 



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Gwen Thompson 
Class Assistant 





Octavia Russel] 
Asst. Secretary 




Gerald Weston 
General Assistant 




John Jivens 

Asst. Photographer 



J. D. Hinton 
Senior Photographer 



1976 Bear Staff 

Debra Edwards 
Editor-in-Chief 

Michael W. Hall 
Executive Editor 

Bertram A. Shockley 
Associate Editor 

Maxine Turner 
Organization Editor 

Mel O. Davis 
Faculty/ Staff Editor 

Barbara Wright 
Class Editor 

Harvey O. Perry 
Office Manager 

Francis Addison 
Staff Secretary 

Gerald Weston 
General Assistant 

Octavia Russell 
Assistant Secretary 

Gwen Thompson 
Class Assistant 

John Jivens 

Assistant Photographer 

Bill Burke 

Assistant Photographer 

Richard Parker 
Class Assistant 

Mamie Everett 
Assistant Secretary 

Eva White 
Typist 

Tyrone Jordan 
Staff Assistant 

Lecount Conaway 
Staff Assistant 

Cecil Russell 
Clerk 



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Yearbook Office 



MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR 



Being Editor of this yearbook has definitely been a challenge. Leadership, 
the most challenging part, has opened my eyes a little wider. I have had 
my hard times but have pulled through them with a little confidence from 
here and there. 

Without followers, there is no leader. I can greatly say that the 1975-1976 
staff has done an outstanding job in the construction of this book. 

I would like to grant special recognition to my Executive -Editor, Michael 
Hall and Associate -Editor, Bertram Shockley, for they have put a lot of 
hard work and effort into this book. They both have exhibited their ca- 
pabilities of being a leader with their many talents and ideas. 

Last but not least, I would like to thank our advisors, Mrs. Doris Anderson 
and Ms. Geraldine Turner for their guidance in creating this great annual. 



United for Shaw, 




Debra Edwards 
Editor-in-Chief 
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WITH LOVE, 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
OUR SON, VICTOR, CLASS 

OF "76 ". MAY SUCCESS 
AND HAPPINESS BE YOURS 

FOREVER. WE LOVE YOU 

AND WE ARE VERY PROUD 

OF YOU. 

LOVE, 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES 

SMITH, SR. 



DEBRA EDWARDS 

BERTRAM SHOCKLEY 

PHIL LUCAS 

CONGRATULATIONS ON 

BECOMING ALUMNI 

OF OUR BEAUTIFUL 

UNIVERSITY. GOD BLESS 

EACH OF YOU. 

YOUR FRIENDS 

THE BEAR STAFF 



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V.I.P. FORMAL WEAR 



FRED MILLER 

MANAGER 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "76" 

NORTH HILLS FASHION MALL 
RALEIGH, N.C. 



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Phone: 833-7602 

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CONGRATULATIONS AND 

BEST WISHES TO 

THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1976 

WE WISH YOU MUCH SUCCESS AND 

HAPPINESS. 



STUDENT PUBLICATION OFFICE 

THE BEAR STAFF, THE SHAW JOURNAL STAFF 

THE FRIENDLY PLACES TO DEVOTE TIME 

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In Memory of 

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June 28, 1975 
Recall 

My mind is yonder, to the years 
geared to come 

Knowing not where, or when, but why 
my soul will rest. 

My eyes viewed the paintings of the 
years I've suffered and funned. 



Of all human aspects, love, easiest, to spell 
but complex, being me, my incompetent foe. 

My thoughts . . . ad-infinitum, confusion, and all 
living organisms clustered to equal me. 

Come headache, then science, the antidote. 

A pause, then assuring a repeat my being 
Has endeavored life, like those who've 

Tried; My essence has shone like 
Those who succeeded and died 

As the carpenter waits to size 
The grave digger plays poker 

But thank God, for the awakening of my people. 
My life has just begun. 



Copyright 1973 by 
Sababu C. Norris 
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THE ALMA MATER 

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 hallw ays, 
[(^ble thy grassy Bl 

ifsf^rbler the hearts of me n j 

'Where thou doest reign .HI 
j^^|ve who thy name 
Stofcit hearts that shall not fail, 
All rise and loud proclaim 
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



MR. & MRS. J. D. HINTON 
SUPPORT & PHOTOGRAPHY 

MRS. JOAN MILLER 
STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE 

MRS. ARRIE PERRY 
SOUTHERN BELL 

MRS. DORIS ANDERSON 

ADVISOR 

SPECIAL THANKS 

MRS. GERALDINE TURNER 
SPECIAL THANKS 
ADVISOR 

MRS. WILLIE HIGH 
SPECIAL THANKS 

MR. WILLIE JONES 
SPECIAL THANKS 

GARY DYER 
CONSULTANT 

TERRY MAULTSBY 
REPRESENTATIVE 

OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY RELATIONS 
PUBLICITY 

SHAW JOURNAL STAFF 

GAIL JARRETT 
SPECIAL THANKS 

J. B. LANA, JACKIE 
S.G.A. OFFICE 

C. WARREN MASSENBURG 

MRS. P. HAYWOOD 
UNIVERSITY POST OFFICE 



MRS. BARBARA MANN 
ALUMNI AFFAIRS 

RALEIGH SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

MRS. VIVIAN GALBREATH 

MRS. GEORGIA MATTHEWS 
SECRETARIAL SERVICES 

MS. HETTIE LITTLE 
PRESIDENTS OFFICE 

MRS. ANITA WILLIAMS 

THE STAFF WOULD LIKE 
TO EXPRESS THANKS TO 
ALL WHO HAVE WORKED 
AND HELPED US IN 
THE CREATION OF THE 
1976 BEAR. 

WE HOPE YOU ENJOY 
THE 1976 BEAR AS 
MUCH AS WE ENJOY- 
ED CREATING THE 
BEAR FOR YOU. 

THE STAFF REGRETS THAT 
WE COULD NOT COVER ALL 
PERSONS ATTENDING THE 
UNIVERSITY AND WE ALSO 
REGRET THAT IT WAS 
NOT POSSIBLE TO COVER 
ALL UNIVERSITY FUNCTIONS. 

THE OFFICE OF STUDENT 
PUBLICATIONS IS ALWAYS 
OPEN FOR VOLUNTEERS, 
SUGGESTIONS AND IDEAS 



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