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1977 BEAR 

1865— Shaw University— 1977 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

An Independent, Baptist-Related University 



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TABLE OF 




CONTENTS 




INTRODUCTION 


4. 


DEDICATION 


....18 


FIRST FAMILY 


...20 


EVENTS 


...22 


CAMPUS QUEENS 


...48 


CAMPUS GREEKS/ 

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SPORTS 


...74 


ORGANIZATIONS 


...98 


MEMORIALS 


..100 


UNDERCLASSMEN 


..140 


SENIORS 


..176 


ADMINISTRATION 


..210 


FACULTY/STAFF 


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SPONSORS 


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MRS, D.J. ANDERSON 
MS. GERALDINE TURNER, 
ADVISERS 



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 GRASSY PLAINS 




NOBLER THE HEARTS OF MEN 
WHERE THOU DOEST REIGN. 





ALL WE WHO LOVE THY NAME 
STOUT HEARTS THAT SHALL NOT FAIL, 




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ALL RISE AND LOUD PROCLAIM, 




ALMA MATER HAIL! 








HORACE B. & PATRICIA C. CAPLE 



THE 1977 BEAR- 
PROUDLY DEDICATED TO 
MR. & MRS. H.B. CAPLE 

YOUR MINDS ARE SO AMAZING 

YOU ARE SO AMAZING 

I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE 
THAT YOU'RE IN CONTROL OF YOUR DREAMS 

YOU KNOW HOW TO DO IT. 
MY, MY YOUR MINDS ARE SO AMAZING. 

YOU'RE SO DOWN TO EARTH 

I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE 
THAT YOU'RE NOT AT ALL CONCEITED 

YOU KNOW HOW TO DO IT 

WHEN AND WHERE TO USE IT 
MY, MY YOUR MINDS ARE SO AMAZING. 

SO AMAZING 

THAT YOU CAN REACH BEYOND CONFUSION 

AND PUT THINGS IN THEIR PROPER PLACES 
SO AMAZING 

THAT YOU HAD THE COURAGE TO DO IT. 

PEOPLE SAID THAT IT'S TOO LATE 

THE WORLD WANTS TO BUY YOU, 

BUT I KNOW YOU'RE NOT SELLING 

SUCH A BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIP 

FROM YOUR MIND. 



THE SHAW PLAYERS 
AND COMPANY 




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DR. & MRS. RICHARD L. FIELDS AND 

TRACY 



THE ACTING PRESIDENT 





SHAW UNIVERSITY 



Raleigh, North Guiouna 27602 



OFnCE OF THE PRESIDENT 



TO THE CLASS OF 1977: 

During the brief period that I have been with you at Stiaw University, you have demonstrated 
in a positive manner your determination to prepare yourseWes to render a great service to mankind. 
With your cooperation and assistance, your academic program has been designed to prepare you for 
that service. 

The task has not been easy, neither for you as you endured many hardships, nor for your 
sponsors whose personal sacrifices have helped to provide the opportunity for your educational 
development. But any hardships which you have experienced will give you the strength of character 
to make of this educational seed the fruit that will further develop your skills and nurture your 
constructive imagination. 

As you depart from this educational institution, your task now is one of vigorous cooperation 
with those who endeavor to steer the course of man toward wholesome and desired objectives. 

Good luck and best wishes for continued success. 



Sincerely yours. 



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Richard L. Fields 
Acting President 



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FALL OPENING CONVOCATION 

SEPTEMBER 17, 1976— 112th YEAR 





On September 12, 1976, the University 
held the One Hundred and Twelfth Annual 
Convocation for the opening of the academic 
year. The freshman class led the faculty, staff 
and university officials in academic proces- 
sion to Spaulding Gymnasium. 

The Convocation address was delivered 
by Dr. Richard L. Fields, acting president of 
the university. Selections were given by the 
University Chorale Society, the United 
Heritage Gospel Choir, and the University 
Band. 



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CORONATION 1976— MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY 




On November 1 1th, the Annual Corona- 
tion for Miss Shaw University was held In 
Spaulding Gymnasium. 

Outstanding talents of SHAW paid 
tribute to the new "Miss Shaw U." 

Former Miss Shaw's, as well as 
representatives of visiting schools and 
friends, were in attendance. 

The highlight of the evening was the 
crowning of Dottle S. Harrison, a young 
lady we are truly proud of, as Miss Shaw. 
The Shaw Family will long remember the 
night of fun, fellowship and entertainment. 

The theme for the occasion was 
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow." 



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ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH / 

FOUNDER'S DAY CONVOCATION ^ 

1865-1976 - 

On November 12, the University once again held its an- 
nual Founder's Day Ceremonies. 

Graveside services were held in the Tupper Memorial 
Gardens on campus. Miss Shaw, Dottle S. Harrison, and 
S.G.A. President Larry Williams placed the wreath at the 
tomb of Dr. Tupper. The quotations were delivered by Ac- 
ting President Richard L. Fields. The taps and tolling of 
the bell was by Isaac Spears, a student. 

Afterward the freshman class led the faculty, staff and 
university officials in procession to Memorial Auditorium. 
The Founder's Day address was delivered by Dr. Joy J. 
Johnson, president of the General Baptist State Conven- 
tion and a member of the N.C. House of Representatives. 
Selections were given by the University Chorale Society 
under the direction of Dr. Harry Gil-Smythe and the 
University Band under the direction of Edward L. Graves. 

Honorary degrees were conferred upon Milton E. 
Owens (presented by Trustee George C. Debnam) and 
Chester A. Hart {presented by trustee O.L. Sherrill). 

The Founder's Day Luncheon for visiting guests and 
friends followed in the Student Union Ballroom. 





1976 HOMECOMING PARADE— TOGETHER 




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The Homecoming parade was 
held on a beautiful Saturday mor- 
ning in downtown Raleigh. The 
weather was chilly, but it couldn't 
chill the hearts of the Shaw family 
and fans. 



NOVEMBER 13, 1976 
DOWNTOWN RALEIGH 



1976 HOMECOMING GAME 




A beautiful but chilly afternoon provided tfie 
setting for ttie "76" Homecoming gridiron con- 
test. Tfiousands of alumni, relatives and friends 
once again returned to the ever-loving Shaw to 
get a taste of fun and rivalry. 

Half-time excitement hit a fever pitch when 
the marching bands hit the field. The marching 
Rams took the field first but had to give it up to 
the marching Bears who took the crowd. 

There was nothing to spoil the fun and 
fellowship that exists among the Shaw family, 
not even losing the game. Once again the ex- 
citement of traditional rivalry existed among 
friends. 



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BRASS CONSTRUCTION, CROWN HEIGHTS AFFAIR, POISON 





The long week of lectures, convocations, dinners, 
and entertainment celebrating Founder's Day and 
Honnecoming activities finally ended. 

The highlight of the activities v\/as the annual 
Homecoming Concert. The music of Poison, Crovs/n 
Heights Affair and Brass Construction enthralled the 
audience. After the show, the Shaw family celebrated 
in every corner of Raleigh. 

The annual Worship Service on Sunday morning 
with alumni, friends and relatives of the Shaw family 
ended the week of fellowship. 

Once again Shaw wrote in her book of memories 
of a tradition— the time for the uniting of friends. 
"Together, We Are One"! 



CROWH HEIGHTS ArF&IB 
8 PM NOV U 



HOMECOMING 
"76" 




THE SECOND ANNUAL 

HALL OF FAME DINNER 

Dr. Wiley T. "Army" Armstrong and his 
brother Randolph T. "Navy" Armstrong were 
inducted Into the Shaw University Hall of 
Fame In ceremonies held In Raleigh's Hilton 
Inn. 

The Rocky Mount natives were students at 
Shaw In the '20's and have made outstanding 
contributions to athletics over the past five 
decades. They join Dr. James E. Lytle In the 
Hall of Fame. 

Dr. Leroy T. Walker, main speaker at the 
Hall of Fame Dinner, brought the 
significance of the occasion closer to home 
for the younger generation when he spoke of 
how these two men have touched the lives of 
those who taught such notables as Sam 
Jones, "Squirrel" tVlcGuire, "Bear" Wilder, 
John Baker, Curly Neal and Meadowlark 
Lemon. 




NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOC. 



Dr. Vernon Clark 

President 

Durham, North Carolina 



Mr. Israel Singleton 
First Vice-President 
Adelphi, Maryland 



Mr. Vernon Malone 
Second Vice-President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Mrs. Marjorie J. Scott 
Third Vice-President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Mrs. Helen Dixon Stone 

Secretary 

Montclair, New Jersey 



Mr. Albert Fryar 
Treasurer 
Washington, D.C. 



Mr. Harold High 
Parliamentarian 
!i Raleigh, North Carolina 



Rev. Ralph Grant, Jr. 

Chaplain 

Newarl<, New Jersey 



The National Alumni Association of 
Shaw University held its annual 
Homecoming Banquet on Friday, 
November 12, 1976, at the Holiday Inn, 
Downtown Raleigh. 

The speal<er for the occasion was Dr. 
Vernon Clark, president of the National 
Alumni Association. Presiding was Mr. 
Kelly Bryant, president of the Rocky 
Mount Chapter. Greetings came from Dr. 
Richard Fields, Judge Stafford Bullock, 
Senator John Winters, Mr. Vernon 
Malone, and Mr. Harold High. 

Mrs. Barbara Mann, alumni relations' 
coordinator, made the presentation of 
awards. Award recipients were Mr. Ver- 
non Malone— the Henry Martin Tupper 
Humanitarian Award; Dr. Vernon Clark 
and Dr. Julia P. Davidson— the Elijah 
Shaw Meritorius Service Awards; Joseph 
N. Bell, Beatrice D. Branch, Hattye J. 
Cleveland, Ida Boykins Cooper and 
Walter C. Rucker— Achievement Awards. 

The highlight of the evening was the 
crowning of Miss Alumni— Mrs. Grace 
Dupree of Washington, D.C. Members of 
her court were Mrs. Jev\^l Dunn of the 
Raleigh-Wake Chapter and Mrs. Elma M. 
Thomas of the Charlotte Chapter. 



1976 SHAW CO 

On Sunday, May 16th, 1976, Shaw 
University presented 382 Bachelor's 
and Master's degrees at its gradua- 
tion exercises in Raleigh Memorial 
Auditorium. 

The speaker for the occasion was 
President J. Archie Margraves. Wav- 
ing the billowing sleeves of his crim- 
son robe. Dr. Hargraves told the 
graduates that they must create 
justice in a world of injustice and that 
they must be a part of what's 
happening. 

Later, Dr. and Mrs. Hargraves 
were presented with a silver tea and 
coffee service by Dr. Chauncey R. 
Edwards, chairmah of Shaw's Board 
of Trustees. 

Receiving Doctor of Divinity 
degrees were William E. Osley, 
Claude Russell Trotter, and Alfred 
Peddick Smith. 

Honorary degrees were presented 
to Raleigh Mayor Jyles J. Coggins, a 
trustee of Shaw, and Joseph Peter 
Imperato, Judge of the Civil Court of 
the City of New York. 

Immediately after the commence- 
ment exercise, the President's 
Reception for parents, alumni, and 
friends was held in the University 
Student Union. 



MMENCEMENT ACTIVITIES 









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Henry Martin Tupper 

1865-1894 
Charles Francis Meserve 

1894-1919 
Joseph Leishman Peacock 

1920-1930 
William Stuart Nelson 

1931-1936 
Robert Prentis Daniel 

1936-1950 
William Russell Strassner 

1951-1961 
James Edward Cheek 

1963-1969 
King Vergil Cheek 

1969-1971 
J. Archie Hargraves 

1971-1976 



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^ ANNUAL 
SPRING ACTIVITY WEEK 
APRIL 12-16, 1977 




COMMUNIVERSITY 
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THE FAMILY 
ROOTS OF RALEIGH 

Shaw University celebrated its an- 
nual Spring Activity Week, April 12- 
17, 1977. The theme for the week 
was "The Family Roots of Raleigh" 
... a historical look at Raleigh, its 
families, and their relationships with 
Shaw and the overall community. 

The week's activity began with a 
University-wide Convocation on 
Tuesday, April 12, 1977, at 11:00 
a.m. Guest speaker for the Convoca- 
tion was Charles G. Irving, Sr., co- 
founder, Irving-Swain Printing Co. 

Many of Raleigh's senior citizens 
and old-line families were honored 
during the week. There were also 
many guests conducting workshops 
throughout the week. Roy Wood, 
Vice President, National Black 
Network; Harry Rhodes, co-star. 
Roots Television Series, N.B.C; and 
Carl Ventner, Jr., President of 
Durham Life Broadcasting Services 
headed the panelists for the 
workshops. 

The highlights of the week includ- 
ed concerts by the United Heritage 
Gospel Choir, the Concert Band and 
the Jazz Band. 





ANNUAL 
AWARDS DAY 

"Achieving Excellence Through 
Togetherness In Study, Performance, and 
Service" was the theme for the annual 
Awards Day ceremonies in Spaulding 
Gymnasium. 

The speaker for the occasion was Dr. 
Wllmoth Carter, Vice President of 
Research and Evaluation. 

Dr. Carter said in her address: "Awards 
Day provides the occasion for recognition 
of achievements in varied areas of the un- 
iversity, academic and non-academic. It 
represents a type of "critic's choice" 
where the winners are applauded and the 
losers disclaimed. The question to be ask- 
ed is, 'Are they ends in themselves or 
means to an end? Do they represent per- 
formance or merely effort? Do they 
bespeak being truly educated, or are they 
indicative of miseducatlon?' 

The awards you receive should not 
savor of ego-tripping, for whatever the 
award it can only be a milestone and not 
the acme of accomplishment. It should 
not be the meridian or fullest develop- 
ment, nor the zenith of accomplishment. 

This should not be a time of boasting, 
for unless one's recognized accomplish- 
ment is grounded in literacy, knowledge, 
intellectualism, and language skills it 
bespeaks miseducatlon. College is 
useless if you leave it as Illiterate as when 
you came." 

Awards were presented by Dr. Richard 
Fields, Dr. Kalyan Ghosh and Dean Mack 
Sowell. 








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STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

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THE NATIONAL 

THEATRE COMPANY 

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FEELIN' GOOD 

The National Theatre Company presented FEELIN' 
GOOD, a musical tribute to the black entertainer in 
America on Sunday March 6, 1977 in Memorial 
Auditorium. 

Through song, dance and humor FEELIN' GOOD 
traces the history of the American black man's massive 
contribution to the world of American musical enter- 
tainment. 




STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

PRESENTS 

DICK GREGORY 





SAUNDRA SHARP 

POET AND 

STAR OF STAGE, SCREEN, & T.V. 

Saundra appeared in theatre workshops 
sponsored by the Department of Dramatic 
Arts. She also witnessed the opening night of 
her piay THE SISTUHS, performed by the 
Shaw Players & Company. 




LULU GODFREY 

Ms. Godfrey, who has appeared with the all- 
time greats of Jazz & Blues like Louie 
Armstrong, Duke Ellington, etc., performed 
with the Shaw Jazz Band in their annual spr- 
ing concert. 



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ROY AYERS & BAND WITH STUDENTS MEL DAVIS & MAX 
TURNER 




REV. CLEOPHUS ROBINSON & CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



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2. Shafon Westbrook 
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APRIL C. WEST 
FIRST ATTENDANT 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 



PATRICIA HEARD 
SECOND ATTENDANT 
Hickory, N.C. 



Ida IS a senior Business Management and Economics major from Wilson, N.C. She is a member of Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority and a majorette for the Marching Bear Band, serving as head majorette her sophomore year. 
Her future plans include attending graduate school and pursuing a career in the world of banking. 



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MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY 

DOTTIE S.HARRISON 






FRONSCIER HUGHES 
FIRST ATTENDANT 
New Brunswick, N.J. 



DEBORAH ROBINSON 
SECOND ATTENDANT 
Washington, D.C. 



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MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY 








Dottie is a senior majoring in Beliavioral Science. 
She is a member of Swing Phi Swing Social 
Fellowship and has been a majorette for the 
Marching Bear Band since her freshman year. She 
was chosen for Who's Who in American Universities. 

Dottie is one of four children of Mr. & Mrs. Charles 
D. Harrison, Sr. of Rocl<y Mount, N.C. 

Her future plans include attending graduate 
school, writing poetry, and, later pursuing a career in 
psychiatric social work. 



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SPORTS 




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1. Mozell Jones 

2. Erma Oliver 

3. Rebecca Lowery 

4. Deryl Sessoms 

5. Andrlan Summers 

6. Sheila Winston 
Pearl Walker 
April West 
Angela Webb 
Iris Adams 



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Football Coaches L. to R. J. Johnson, Asst. Coach. W. Frazier, Asst. Coach Dr. J.E. Lytle, Athletic Director, H Smalls Head 
Coach 



1977 SCHEDULE 



DATE 



September 11 



OPPONENT 

Knoxville College 
Hampton Institute 



LOCATION 

Raleigh, N.C. 
Hampton, Va. 



October 



November 6 



Fayetteville State Univ. 
Federal City College 
Elizabeth City State Univ. 



Johnson C. Smith Univ. 



Delaware State College 



Fayetteville, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Charlotte, N.C. 
Dover, Delaware 



Winston Salem State Univ. 
(Homecoming) 



Raleigh, N.C. 



Livingstone College 



Salisbury, N.C. 



TEAM ROSTER 



NAME 


POSITION 


Alexander, Cecil 


QB 


Anderson, Alfred 


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Battle, Jerry L. 


DB ^ •> 


Benton, Nathaniel 


WS 


Bolden, Arthur 


SS ■ 


Bourne, Michael A. 


LB 


Brooks, Mike 


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Bonn, Thurman 


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Burt.WllliannC. 


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Burwell, Melvin 


FB 


Butler, Deosle ,gBk 


, - DT 


Chavis, George ^H 


k^ DT 


Darby, Michael • '^^ 


■1 DB 


Darden, Talmadge L. '^ 


n WR 


Dawson, Ernest 


FS 


Delestlne, Frankle 


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Etherridge, LIndsey 


OG 


Gamble, Raeford 


TB 


Green, Charles 9|i|Siripi 


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Greene^ Richard D. 


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Gregory, PerGetk:. 


RR 


Hanl^son, CR^^^H 
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Hart, James T. VHI 


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Hassell, Donald T. 


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Hazelton, Leo 


TE 


Hill, Eric 


Cgr 


Ivey, Allison S. 


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Jackson, Dana G. 


TE - 


Jackson, Jimmie 


LB 


Jackson, Lionel 


TB 


Jenkins, Jackie Y. 


s, LB 

i SS 

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Johnson, Robert S. 


Kelly, Charles A. 


King, Wilbert L. 


%*■ LB 


Landers, Bobby 


"M TB 
F DB 


Lee, Jeffrey -m^ 


McKnight, Sheltofi 


DB 


McNeill, Kenneth T. 


DT 


Meadows, George 


DB 


Miller, Theophllus . 


V^Hfe TB 


Mincey, Johnnie L. 


k \^B LB 


Morton, Keith D. 


^^fl^K LB 


Nelson, Benny L, 


B^^^' WR 


Newsome, Arnold 


^^k \ ^B 


Odomes, Melzee J. 


^B^ V ;^DT 


Patterson, Gregory 


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Phillips, James 


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Pierce, Gary 


DB 


Pridgen, Carl 


LB 


Reese, Wayne 


FB 


Ross, Anthony 


DB 


Sanchez, Fernando 


DT 


Smith, Ernest T. 


OG 


Speight. Clevester 


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Stevenson, John D. 


FB 


Stray horn, Wendell 


OG 


Thomas, Jimmie 


DT 


Thomas, John C, 111 


LB 


Townsend, Victor 


TE 


Tyson, Ronnie 


DE 


Walker. Gay 


QB 


White, Henry 


LB 


Williams, Curtis 


DB 


Woods, Phillip 


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HOMETOWN . ■. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Chatieston, S.G. 
Jacmonville, Fla. 
Homestead, Fla. 
Yemassee, S.C. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Goldsboro, N.C. 
Raleigh. N.C. 
Henderson, N.C. 
Chicago, 111. 
Washington, D.C 
Florida City, F] 
Suffolk, Va. 
Chicago, 
Charleston 
Camden, N 
Martinvllt 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
loore Haven, Fla. 

Lauderdale, Fla 

ami, Fla. 
Newpc(|tNews, Va. 
Belie Glide, Fla. 
Edenton 
Stuart, Fla. 
Wocrf|||jry,N.J. 
Live^UPJEl^. . 
Chicaiprt;- ' 
Live Oaki Fla. 
ood, Fla. 
nville, Fla. 
lie, N.C. 
eorge, 
Pahokee, Fl_ 
liajhterd^i 
JacM^B^FIa 
HendersmlptC., 
Wagrarn^N. 
Henderson, N.C. 
Pahokee, Fla. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Chicago. III. 
Pahokee, Fla. 
Ahoskle. N.C. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Live Oak, Fla. 
Belle Glade, Fla. 
W. Palm Beach, Fla. 
Hallsboro, N.C. 
Moore Haven, N.C. 
Charleston Hts, S.C. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Laurinburg, N.C. 
Aurora, N.C. 
Statesville, N.C. 
Loris, S.C. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Hillside, N.J. 
Haines City, Fla. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Rldgeland, Fla. 
Delray Beach, Fla. 
Haines City, Fla. 





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TEAM ROSTER 



JAMES FARRIS, HEAD COACH 



NAME 


CLASS 


HOMETOWN 


1. Ernest Perkins 


Fr. 


Chicago, III. 


2. Vincent Copeland 


Sr. 


Newark, N.J. 


3. Gregory Henderson 


Jr. 


Richmond, Va. 


4. Frank McFali 


Soph. 


Chicago, III. 


5. Andrew Richardson 


Sr. 


Chicago, III. 


6. Anthony Robinson 


Sr. 


Farmville, Va. 


7. Joseph Moye 


Jr. 


New Haven, Conn 


8. Ronald Cash 


Fr. 


Atlantic City, N.J. 


9. Willis Nash 


Fr. 


Chicago, III. 


10. Victor Kelly 


Jr. 


Reidsville, N.C. 


11. Mike Heard 


Jr. 


Hickory, N.C. 


12. Claudius Jones 


Soph. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


13. Thomas Cummings 


Soph. 


Hartford, Conn. 


14. Larry Hicks 


Sr. 


South Hill, Va. 


15. Jake Rogers 


Sr. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


16. Larry Willianfis, Statistician 






17. Bobby Sanders, Assistant Coach 






18. Ernest T.Smith 






19. Levi Wilson 








Allen University 
North Carolina Central Univ 
Winston-Salem State Univ. 
Virginia Union Univ. 
NCCU Tournament 
Livingstone College 
Virginia State College 
Capital City Double Header 
Atlantic Christian College 
Johnson C. Smith Univ. 
Allen Univ. ' 

Johnson C. Smith Univ. 
/inston-Salem State Univ, 
Fayetteville State Univ. 
^t. Augustine's College 
Barber Scotia College 
Hampton Institute 
Elizabeth City State Univ 
Norfolk State College 
St. Augustine's College 
St. Paul's College 
Livingstone College 
Barber Scotia College 
Fayetteville State Univ, 




Raleigh, N.C. 
Durham, N.C. 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Richmond, Va. 
Durham, N.C. 
.flaleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Columbia, S.C. 
Charlotte, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Concord, N.C. 
Hampton, Va. 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Salisbury, N.C. 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



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TEAM ROSTER 

1. Patricia Funnie 

2. Lucy Barton 

3. Terry Gibbs 

4. Vyneder Jackson 

5. Pauline Powell 

6. Cynthia Williams, Statistician 

7. Marilyn Simon, Trainer 

8. Candyce Newsome 

9. Edna Washington 

10. Carol McDonald 

11. FranceenCobb 

12. Denise Craig 

13. Katta Owens 

14. Cynthia Orr 

15. Bobby Sanders, Head Coach 



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ORGANIZATIONS 





DEDICATED IN LOVING MEMORY OF 



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PRINCE A. THOMAS, JR. 

Prince was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Prince A. Thomas, 
Sr. of Chicago, Illinois. He was a senior at the time of his 
death. During his stay here with us at Shaw he touched 
more lives with his winning smile and outstanding per- 
sonality than some of us realized. He was a member of 
Brothers Unlimited and the basketball team. 

He lives on in the hearts and memories of the entire 
Shaw family and community. 

"Beautiful People: the smile on many faces creating 
beautiful inspirations, reaching out and touching a 
brother; in the hearts of many people, a symbol of 
freedom for the mind, body and soul," 

Prince Albert Thomas was Beautiful. 



ANDREW J. MNKANDE 

Andrew was the son of Ambassador Y. S. Mnkande and 
Anna L. Mnkande of Tanzania, East Africa. He departed 
this life in November 1976 on a return trip from Alabama. 
He was an energetic sophomore at Shaw University and 
will always be remembered by the students, faculty and 
staff. 

"Since death considers nothing but taking, I have no 
consolation except my belief that we shall all meet again. 

A life taken in one place and birth given in anothe[ 

May God Rest Him in Peace." 






Mrs. Dunn was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester 
Badgett of Garner, North Carolina. 

She departed this life on Thursday, September 16, 
1976, at Rex Hospital in Raleigh. She was employed in 
University Plant Services here at Shaw. 

"When someone dear goes home to God ..^i% 

To dwell within His heart . . 

The love we shared is with us still. 

It never can depart 

And, oh, what peace it is to know 

That other world is fair. 

And only perfect happiness 

Can touch our loved one therea 



Mrs. Bertha Jones was a familiar face in the Business 
Office here at Shaw. She departed this life in December of 
1976. 

During the years she spent at Shaw, she gained the 
respect and friendship of many students and her co- 
workers. She will be missed by the many friends she had 
on campus. 

"The Sun sets to close one day, but it returns to being 
another." 




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THE COMPANY 



1. 


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Howell 


2. 


G. 


Horton 


3. 


A. 


Grant 


4. 


J. 


McCullum 


5. 


B. 


Young 


6. 


J. 


Evans 


7. 


B. 


Faircloth 


8. 


L. 


Pridgeon 


9. 


V. 


Tekosky 


10. 


B. 


Hall 


11. 


E. 


Davis 


12. 


C. 


Orr 


13. 


T. 


Hudson 


14. 


W 


Bennett 


15. 


S. 


Hairston 


16. 


s. 


Taybron 


17. 


E. 


Gaines 


18. 


D. 


Tekosky 


19. 


S. 


Seville 



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The Shaw Players & Company, under the direction of 
P.C. Caple, has achieved national acclaim. The group has 
received numerous awards performing plays never before 
done by collegiate companies. 

The company holds membership in the National 
Association of Dramatic and Speech Arts and has won 
numerous awards from this Association. 

Active membership is required of all theatre majors but 
participation is open to the entire Shaw community. 

The company is in great demand throughout the East 
Coast and performs all over the U.S. 



THE PLAYERS IN "IN WHITE AMERICA"— Oct. 29, 1976 





WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID (^ 

"VERY ENERGETIC AND TALENTED COMPANY" 
Saundra Sharpe, Poet, Playwright 

"OUTSTANDING AND SERIOUS PERFORMERS" 
Melvin Van Peebles 

"LIKE BEING ON BROADWAY" 
Alpha Phi Alpha National Frat., Inc. 

"VERY PROFESSIONAL THEATRE GROUP" 
ENCORE Magazine 

"I AM PROUD OF THE YOUNG BLACK STUDENTS IN 
THEATRE AT SHAW UNIVERSITY" 
Joseph A. Walker, Playwright 

"COMPATIBLE TO PROFESSIONAL THEATRE" 
Dr. Mary Ann Williams, Black Studies Dept. 
Ohio State University 



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THE SHAW PLAYERS & COMPANY IN 

SAUNDRASHARPE'S 

"THESISTUHS" 






MARCH 10, 1977 





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W.S.H.A. COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 

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W.S.H.A. RADIO STAFF 



88.9 FM 

COVERING A 70-MILE RADIUS 



1. Anthony Savery 

2. LeCount Conaway 

3. Wendell Williams 

4. Brenda Simmons 

5. Kenneth Cooper 

6. Phyllis Reese 

7. Alvin Stowe 

8. RenataJoy 

9. Juan Grimes 

10. Thurmond London 

11. Brenda Williams 

12. Gary Mayo 

13. Henry Gaskins 

14. Daphane Roberts 

15. Leon Brooks 






students at television Control Center. 




Students Hosting T.V. Talk Show 





NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE 





N.I.S. MEMBERS 

1. Patricia Craig 

2. Angela James 

3. Leslie Rowan 

4. Gloria Spencer 

5. Mildred Williams 

6. Clifton Anderson 

7. Denise Duncan 

8. Mrs. Kwasikupi, Advisor 

9. Carole Anderson 

10. Larry McMillan 

11. David Kelly 

12. Ricardo Parker 

13. Moses Sykes 

14. Jesse Hill 

15. Patricia Black 

16. Curtis McNeil 

17. Larry Jordan 



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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLANNERS 









A.I. p. MEMBERS 

1. Leroy Thomas 

2. Brenda Davenport 

3. Michael W.Hall 

4. Diane Bunch 

5. Elbert Pochea 

6. Reginald Newborn 

7. William Reaves 

8. Charles Horsey 

9. Percy Morring 

10. John Milner 

11. Dr. J.V. Lee, Advisor 



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BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE CLUB 

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ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY CLUB 





1. Veronica Jones 

2. Diane Green 

3. Leonard Rice 

4. Slieila Winston 

5. Gale Thomas 

6. Dr. E.B. Thomas, Advisor 

7. Birchie Warren 

8. Gary White 

9. Casey White 

10. Gerald Weston 

11. Manley McKoy 

12. Henry Jones 

13. William Mormon 










1. B. 

2. P. 

3. G. 

4. L. 

5. P. 

6. W, 

7. J. 

8. E. 

9. S. 

10. H. 

11. D. 

12. L. 

13. M. 

14. Y. 

15. P. 

16. D. 

17. E. 

18. A. 

19. M. 

20. J. 

21. D. 

22. C. 

23. M. 

24. A. 

25. L. 

26. G. 



Carlisle 

Black 

Spencer 

Jordan 

Davis 

Arterburry 

Okoko 

Diansoni 

Harris 

Jones 

Kelly 

Udezuker 

Belfield 

Tominiye 

Funnie 

Duncan 

Nyamadi 

James 

Jones 

Jones 

Jones 

Nevi/some 

Belfield 

Lee 

McMillan 

Broviin 




FORENSICS UNION 




1 Alfred Hicks 

2. Brenda Davenport 

3. Alfred Kwaslkpui 



SPEECH & HEARING ASSOCIATION 





1. Francene Chambers 

2. Alfreda PIckney 

3. Donnell Lewis. Advisor 

4. Barbara Smalls 

5. Lester Burns 

6. Greg Chandler 




SHAW UNIVERSITY 



Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 



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MESSAGE FROM THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



First of all, I would like to extend greetings to nny fellow students 
and warm congratulations to the 1977 graduates. We have struggled the 
long and winding roads of higher education and this is just the beginning. 
The time has come for us to drop our buckets in society for whatever it 
is worth. Wa are leaving one training environment and will be making 
different contributions. Our mission is to save the children and make 
the road better for them. 

Shaw has provided the training for us to do anything with nothing, 
and the impossible with a little. As alumni of Shaw, wa must continue 
to climb the highest mountains and cross the widest seas. Whatever 
you conceive success to be, it is up to you to conquer it. Wherever your 
life carries you or you carry your life, let us not forget our stepping 
stones. I pray Shaw stays near your heart just as your loved ones. 

To the graduates, I challenge you to continue your struggle and 
never give up. The potential you have shown and the intelligence you 
possess will help you achieve your goals in life. 

I thank each of you for a prosperous year and for allowing me to 
work with you and for you. As part of our religious heritage, let us all 
continue to make God a part of our plans. 

Remember Shaw is a private university and our contributions and 
ideas will always be needed for the future "Bears" to come. Let us be 
generous in a positive way for a positive Shaw. 



Larry Williams 
President, S.G.A. 



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Tanya Jordan 
Associate Justice 





Candyce Newsome, Vice Pres. 
External Affairs 



Gregory Chandler. Vice Pres. 
Internal Affairs 




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Paulette Kearney 
Business lulanager 

Jackie Dozier 
Receptionist 



Gregory Gipson 
Attorney General 



MOTTO: 

WORKING TOGETHER 

TO MAKE THINGS 

WORK 





RESIDENCE ASSISTANTS 




WOMEN'S PERSONNEL COUNCIL 




1. Jacqueline Hudson 

2. Paulette Tennison 

3. Charlene Murrell 

4. Patricia Funnle 

5. Ovetta Lewis 

6. Sharon Washington 

7. Denise Duncan 

8. Denise Woods 




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1. Angeia Siedge 

2. Verneii Jones 

3. Dorothy Rlcl<s 

4. Betty Hanlterson 

5. Charlene Murrell 

6. Phyllis Strawberry 

7. Frances Addison 

8. Diane Hudges 

9. Debra Adl<lns 

10. MIchele Felton 

11. Denise Duncan 



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MEN'S PERSONNEL COUNCIL 



1. Samuel Roach 

2. Roger England 

3. Marvin Lowery 

4. Curtis Moore 

5. Mack Montgomery 

6. Mike Lyons 

7. Charles Horsea 

8. Juan Grimes 

9. Kevin Lyons 
10. Charles Green 




G. Brown 
J. Blue 

B. Shaw 
D. Duncan 
R. Lewis 

C. Arterberry 

D. Robertson 
M. Tisdale 
M. Gipson 

V. Jones 
C. Wells 

C. Green 
M. Hall 

D. Carroll 
G. Batts 
F. Turner 
M. Gardner 
S. Norris 
H. Perry 

R. Bell 




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UNITED HERITAGE GOSPEL CHOIR 




DURING EASTERN TOUR 



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Dr. H. Gil-Smythe 
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BROTHERS UNLIMITED 






1. William Miller 

2. Mike Heard 

3. Alfred Bussey 

4. Thomas Cummings 

5. Ronald Cash 

6. Ronald Klass 

7. Charles Sorey 

8. Moses Sykes 

9. William Banks 

10. Carl Burnett 

11. Wendell Williams 

12. Willie Brown 

13. James Fudge 



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1. William Burke 

2. John Vassor 

3. Mable Cox 

4. Samuel Roach 

5. Rollins Hunter 

6. Jackie Dozier 

7. Donnie Carroll 

8. Barbara Wright 

9. William Reaves 
10. Percy Morring 



SHAW JAYCEES 




IOTA PHI LAMBDA SORORITY 



1. Faye Ferguson 

2. Sharrlan Shannon 

3. Lana Latimer 

4. Lucy Barton 








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"MIGHTY BEAR BAND" 

The Shaw University Marching Bear Band has once 
again enjoyed an outstanding season. The Marching 
Bears have earned the respect and reputation of being 
the most entertaining band on the East Coast. Piaying 
to capacity crowds, they have not once faiied to bring 
the audience to their feet. The Marching Bears are am- 
bassadors of soui music and entertainment. 

The band is under the direction of Mr. Edward 
Graves and Mr. Benjamin Kirk. Drum major for the 
season was Mr. Leonard Giies and head majorette, M. 
Marilyn Washington. 




AMBASSADORS OF SOUL MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT 



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1. Robin Lowe 

2. Elizabeth Creecy 



Alpha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting Honor Society 




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1. Paui Vandergrift, Advisor 

2. Octavia Russeii 

3. Brenda Sinmons 

4. Maggaline Raney 

5. Franccelie Smith 

6. Cynthia Brantley 

7. Thurmon London 

8. Anthony Savery 

9. LeCount Conaway 

10. Phyiiis Reese 

11. Alvin Stowe 

12. Brenda Williams 






HONOR SOCIETIES 





Beta Kappa Chi 
Science 
Honor Society 

1. Doris B. Kwasikpui, Sponsor 

2. Beverly Clark 

3. Patricia Black 7. Larry McMillan 

4. Lola Sykes 8. Gloria Spencer 

5. Candyce Newsome 9. Linda Campbell 

6. Sharon Robinson 10. Ricardo Parker 




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Alpha Chi 
National 
Honor Society 

1. Sheila Winston 5. Robin Lowe 

2. Mary Peguese 6. Octavia Russell 

3. Elizabeth Creecy 7. Henry Jones 

4. Leonard Rice 




Phi Beta Kappa 
National 
Honor Society 

1. Shyanne Thompson 6. Hazel Floyd 

2. Elizabeth Creecy 7. Lola Sykes 

3. Francis Addison 8. Mae Franks 

4. Mamie Everett 9. Charlene Murrell 

5. Denlse Duncan 



PEM CLUB 



PRE-ALUMNI COUNCIL 









1. Carl Stallworth 

2. Barbara Woodruff 

3. Keith Hale 

4. James Neal 

5. Jackie Hudson 

6. Gregory Batts 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 
MAJORS 
CLUB 




1. Barbara Samuels 

2. Barbara Fields 

3. Larry f^ct^/liiian 

4. Deryl Sessoms 

5. Harvey O. Perry 

6. Deborafi Robinson 

7. April C. West 

8. Frances Coverson 

9. Paulette Kearney 

10. Brenda Davenport 

11. Sfiarian Shannon 

12. f^rs. B. tvlann, Advisor 



UNITED 
NEGRO 
COLLEGE 
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J. Hurley 
James Smith 
Cornell Wells 
Mozell Jones 
Moses Sykes 
Sandy White 
Marvin Doe 



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MORE ON THE PLAYERS 

SCENES FROM "IN WHITE AMERICA" 




A REVIEW OF THE BLACK MAN'S 
HISTORY 



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J. Blue 

B. Suggs 

L. McMillan 

W. Washington 

P. Turner 

S. Sharpe 

J. Newell 

V. Copp 

G. Smith 




Theological 
Fraternity 

1. D. Royal 

2. W. Washington 

3. K. Young 

4. L. McMillan 

5. J.R. Scott 





Christian Fellowship 
Choir 



J. Bullock 
S. Sharpe 
P. Turner 
B. Suggs 
L. McMillan 
L. Joyner 
V, Copp 
J. Newell 
G. Smith 
W. Washington 








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J. Byrd 
W. Washington 
K. Young 
J.R. Scott 



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1. William Washington 

2. Leslie Rowan 

3. Robin Lowe 

4. Brenda Davenport 

5. Deborah Gaffney 

6. Jessie Davis 

7. Rev. Ronald Swain, Advisor 

8. Carol Anderson 

9. Rosa Johnson 



THE 

INTERNATIONAL 
STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 





1. 


L. Ekambo 


18. 


A. 


Ladepo 


2. 


H. Elemuo 


19. 


V. 


Mallam 


3. 


M. Mayenge 


20. 


P. 


Akomeah 


4. 


S. Oyetimein 


21. 


D. 


Ojediran 


5. 


M. Hijjeh 


22. 


J. 


Ndelo 


6. 


P. Uchebo 


23. 


T. 


Okoro 


7. 


E. Hillary 


24. 


S. 


Tomaniabipl 


8. 


E. Akpaitu 


25. 


s. 


Manzodulua 


9. 


M. Luzolo 


26. 


1. 


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10. 


G. Gyan 


27. 


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11. 


Mrs. J. Mines, Advisor 


28. 


J. 


Brooks 


12. 


W. Daniels 


29. 


C. 


Wheatherbee 


13. 


Y. Nziuki 


30. 





Abuasser 


14. 


S. Tomaiabipi 


31. 


C. 


Adegboro 


15. 


H. Ozualdo 


32. 


S. 


Rizkallah 


16. 


M. Ozualdo 


33. 


K. 


Bakare 


17. 


J. Nzatiki 









WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 



Elizabeth Ann Creecy 
English/French 
Rich Square, N.C. 
Senior 



Denise Duncan 
Biology 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Junior 




Mamie Everett 
Elementary Education 
Oak City, N.C. 
Senior 




Brinton Brinoefleld 
Music Education 
Burlington, N.C. 
Senior 



Sandra R. Bennett 
English 
Badin, N.C. 
Junior 




Robin Lowe 

Speech Pathology & Audiology 

Madison. N.C. 

Senior 





Gregory Chandler 

Speech Pathology & Audiology 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Junior 



Leonard Giles 
Music Education 
Portsnnouth. Va. 
Senior 




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WHO'S WHO 




LeCount Conaway 
Radio-TV-Flim 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Senior 



Pauletts Kearney 

Business IWanagement & Economics 

Cofieid, N.C. 

Junior 




Ovetta Lewis 
Music Education 
Portsmoutli, Va. 
Senior 



Brenda Davenport 

Urban Planning/Architecture 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Senior 




David V, Copp 
Betiavioral Science 
South Hiil, Va. 
Senior 




Phyllis Turner 
Behavioral Science 
Warrenton, N.C. 
Senior 



Sharon Robinson 
Mathematics 
St. Paul, N.C. 
Senior 



Janice Blue 

Early Childhood Education 

Clarkton, N.C. 

Senior 



Gregory Gipson 

Business Management & Accounting 

Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

Senior 



Douglas Joyner 
Chemistry 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Senior 



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FRESHMEN 



Pearline Artis 
Jacqueline Anderson 
Cliff Anderson 
Charlene Asfiford 
Nilous Avery 



Ronald Banks 
Burnell Baize 
Shawn Baker 
Edna Baptise 
Herbert Battles 



Linda Blackmon 
George Blacknell 
Tyrone Blake 
Sylvester Brooks 
Connie Bryant 



Ola Brown 
Wayne Bullock 
Cynthia Bunch 
Melvin Burwell 
Kimberly Bussey 



Deosie Butler 
Robin Butler 
Horace Caldwell 
Susan Carmichael 
Donnie Carroll 



John Champion 
Patricia Charles 
Pamela Cheek 
Patricia Clarke 
Kenneth Council 




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Cordelia Covington 
Angela Cummings 
Franl<ie Deleslie 
Felix Del Valle 
Sabrina Dennis 



Diane Dickerson 
Michele Dilley 
Jobe Dixon 
Brenda Dukes 
Samuel Edwards 



Norman Elliot 
Valerie Ellis 
Kevin English 
Joseph Evans 
Kittle Evans 



Dwayne Faniel 
Sylvia Farrow 
Michelle Felton 
Cheryl Finney 
Jimmy Ford 



Alphonso Foreman 
Rose Frazier 
Sharon Fuzz 
Broderick Garner 
Terri Gatling 



Bennett Gerald 
Jethro Gilbert 
Connie Gilliam 
Mickey Grant 
Gloria Green 



FRESHMEN 



Early Griffin 
Patricia Haley 
Catfiis Hall 
McArthur Hamilton 
Shelia Hardy 



Benjamin Haskins 
Jeffrey Hawks 
Michael Hester 
Dianne Hodges 
Cedric Hopkins 



Vincent Horton 
Loretta Howard 
Evelyn Hunt 
Muduka Imura 
Shirley Jackson 



Vernita Jackson 
Carol James 
Deborah James 
Christopher Johniken 
Darnell Johnson 



Donna Johnson 
Carolyn Jones 
l^ickey Jones 
Ronnie Jones 
Robert Kealon 



Alesa Lane 
Blondie Lee 
Brian Leggett 
Lloyd Leggett 
Denise Lewis 




FRESHMEN 




Mike Lewis 
Michael Lewis 
Ronnie Little 
Brian Long 
Charles McClain 



Royal McClean 
James McCullen 
Janice McDonald 
Rebecca McFadden 
Timothy McGalee 



Louise McGirt 
Evelyn McGown 
Shelton McKnight 
Dorothy McNeil 
Lester McNeil 



Thomasine Mangum 
EInora Matthews 
Stephanie Mauitsby 
Gary Mayo 
George Meadows 



Philip Mikes 
Rayveil Moore 
Shandra Moore 
Bessie Moosay 
Ulysses Murray 



Willie Nash 
Gloria Neal 
Arnold Newsome 
Mary-Ann Newton 
Erma Oliver 



FRESHMEN 



Grover Ollies 
Cynthia Orr 
Kaffa Owens 
Michele Palmer 
Gregory Pardner 



Brian Parker 
Marvin Paylor 
Ernest Perkins 
Grant Peters 
Joe Pettlford 



Dee Dee PInckney 
Ronald PIttman 
Ernest Pompey 
Tony Powell 
Joseph Ratllff 



Debbie Ravenell 
Cleon Raynor 
Allen Reeves 
Verlon Reeves 
Carolyn Reld 



George Robinson 
Kerry Ross 
Tyrone Roundtree 
Geaneen Rutledge 
Angela Sanders 



Anthony Sanders 
Sylvia Simmons 
Made SIngletary 
Deborah Smith 
Reginald Smith 




FRESHMEN 




Samuel Smith 
Brenda Taylor 
Gwen Taylor 
Arlitha Thompson 
Lydia Thorne 



Haru Tolbert 
Victor Townsend 
Annie Vincent 
Joy Vincent 
Roderick Vinson 



Olivia Walker 
Steve Walker 
Terry Walker 
Edna Washington 
Joseph Washington 



Cassandra Watford 
Reginald Weils 
Catrice White 
Yolanda White 
Brian Williams 



Debra Williams 
Hosea Williams 
Maceo Williams 
Ronald Williams 
Tennyson Wilson 



Cassandra Winston 
Brian Young 
Sunny Younger 
Clifton Younke 
Ervin Yreks 



Charles Griffin 
Avery McAllister 
Gregory Simms 
Prince Tyler 





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Alphonso Abrams 



Derrick Adams 



Deborah Adkir^s 



Savanda Alford 



Dexter Alsoon 




Cynthia Baines 



Teresa Baines 






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Beatise Carlisle 



Michelle Belfleld 



Karen Bennett 



Janice Blackston 



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Monica Broadus 



Joseph Brooks 




Samuel demons 



Colleen Cobb 




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Robert Cook 



Jessie Davis 



Barbara Downey 



Mable Cox 



Patricia Craig 




Stuart Davis 



Bernard Dawltins 





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Debra Frasier 



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Osco Gardin 



Melvin Gardner 



Marva Gibson 



SOPHOMORES 







Ethel Gilbert 



Patricia Goddard 



Eunice Govan 



Sandra Grier 



Billy Griffin 




Hurley Hailey 




Janice Hocutt 





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Charles Horsey 




Alberta Hocutt 




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Paula Moore 



Anthony Mosley 



Gary Newsome 



Ernest Okonkwo 



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Willie Sansbury 



Susan Sharpe 





Brenda Simmons 



Booker Smith 



Dallas Smith 



Franchell Smith 



James Smith 



SOPHOMORES 




;nnis Thomas 



Angelo Thompson 







Michael Toler 



Curtis Turner 



Franl< Turner 



Stephen Wade 



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Patricia Williams 



Paul Williams 



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George R. Brown 



Vernon Brown 



Sheryl Brownlee 



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Paulette Collier 



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Paul Freeman 



Barbara Froeschle 






Patricia Funnie 



Elwood Gaines 



Mingo Grant 



Lawrence Green 



JUNIORS 




Earley Griffin 



Charlie Hankerson 



Patricia Heard 



Dave Howard 



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Peter Griffin 



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Michelle McCombs 



James McKee 



Hazel McGili 



Larry McMillan 



JUNIORS 




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Laverne Pennycooke 



Milton Percell 



Essie Perry 



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Dorothy Ricks 




Alfrenda Pinckney 




Wayne Reese 




Deborah Robertson 




Octavia Russell 



Carlene Scales 



James Scales 



Deryl Sessoms 



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George Shipman 



Carl Stallworth 





Barbara Shaw 



Archie Simmons 



Barbara Smalls 




Alvin Stowe 





Arletha Stroud 



Harrelster Stroud 






Denise Taylor 




Margaret Tisdale 



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Louise Westbrook 



Issac Wheeler 



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Wendell Williams 



Karean Willis 



Denise Woods 



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Radio— T.V.— Film ' 
Washington, D.C. v 



History 
Peter 



Carl Burnett 
Health and Phys- 
ical Education 
New York, N.Y. 




SN% "^hard Brown 

Music Education 
. Charleston, S.( 



irester D. Burns 
Speech Patholog 
& Audiology 
Sumter, S.C. 



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Leon L. Burton 
Business Management 
and Economics 
Bartow, Florida 



Collins M. Lewis * 
Health & Physical 

Education 
Bladenboro, N.C. 



LeCount C. Conaway 
Radio-T.V.-Film 
Portsmouth, Va. 



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business Management/ 
Accounting 
St. George, S;C. 




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WashingtorjfD.C. 





Florrie M. Barton 
Business Management 
and Economics 
St. George, S.C. 



Gloria Bass 
Elementary 
Education 
Roxborft, N.G., 



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Early Childhood 
Education 
Jamaica Queens, N.Y. 



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i5fe Pathology 



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Early Childhood 

Education 
WelsJbn.-N.C. 





Janlce C. Bfue '^^ 
Early Childhood 
Education 
Clarkton, N.C. 



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Richard V. Copeland 
Music Education 
Portsmouth, VA. 



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Murray Cummlngs 
Public Adminis- 
tration/ Crim- 
inal Justice 
East Brunswick, 
N.J. 




Vincent Qopeland ^ 
Radio-T.V.— Film ^^ 
NewarWj^. _ "^ 




Behavioral Science 
South yill, VA. 



Michael W. 
Durham 
Accounting 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



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Jesse F. Futrell 
Radio-TV— Film 
Kenly, N.C. 



Tommie T. Gadson 
Business Management 

/Accounting 
Ft. Lauderdale, 
;::^(%r Florida 



Charmyles Garner 
Business Management 
and Economics 
Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 



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Hope Boyd 
Elementary Education 
Clarklon. N.C. 



Helen -BTHrady 
Early Childhood 

Education 
St. Petersburg, 

Florida 




Willie Mae Coleman 
Elementary Education 
Miami, Fla. 



Ui A. Creecy 
■/English 
re.^.C. 



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Geneva Brown 
Early Childhood 
Education 
Bristol, Tenn. 



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CreSwell 

Elementary 
Education 

Asheyille, N 




Brenda Dal 
Urban Planni 
Atlanta, Ga. 



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Radio— TV— Film 
Washington, D.C. 




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Healtii & Physical '\ 

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Pompano Beach;'l?ll.' 




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Business M^agement 
Econonnics ~- -« -« 
'Hartford, Ot 







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Music Education 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Donald Hassell 

Business Management and 

Economics 
Edenton, N.C. J^^ 




Garfield Green 
Business Management and 
Economics 
Winter Haven, Fla. 



Gregory Gipson 

Accounting 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Alfred Hicks 
Urban Politics 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




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Mel 0. Davis 
Radio— TV-- Film 
Raleigh. N.C. '^ 



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vernlce F. Ferguson 
Accounting 



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Mamie R. Everet. 
Early Childhood Educt. 
Oak City, N.C. 



Pattife Derif" ; 
Early Childhood-' 
Franklintoif.' N-.C.x 




!lia Edwards 
.rhentary Education 
N.C, 



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Barbara Fields _ 

Business Management anH"" 

Economics 
Seabrook, S.C. 



Janice" 

Behavidi 

Beaufoi 



May C. Franks 
Elementary Education 
ytew Bern>^feb^ 




Michael W. Howell 
Theatre Arts 
Sunbury, N.C. 



Tony Jordan 
Biology 
Garfield, Ohj5; 



Tommie James III 
Business Management/ 
Accounting 
Pompano Beach, Fla. 



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Ezekiel Ifanse 
Civil Engineering 
Rivers, Nigeria 



Morris A. Kershaw 
Urban Politics 
Reidsville. N.C. 



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Carmen D. Gantt 

Health & Physica' 

Education ,. .^ 

Broqt 



Sherry Gallopes 
Behavioral Science 
Greenville, N.C. 



Renee Hamlet 
'".♦^ Behavioral Science 
. I^ngstree, S-C.^ 




Linda J. Garrett 
Business Management and 
Economics 
Portsmouth, Va. 




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Katherirf^TW. Garner: 
Behavioral Science 
Petersburg, Va. 





Cynthia Harris .' \' ^ 

Business Managem^'Sna 
• Economics 
Rahway, N.J. 



DottiV^Harriso 
Behavioral Science 
,Rocky MoLtnt, N.C. 



jnce *i "^ Denaviorai ocience 

■"^uj^ ,Rocky MoLtnt, N.C. 




Wayne Lee 
Radio— TV— Film 
Wasiiington, D.C. 



Lambert B. Logan 
Civil Engineering 
Newport News, Va. 




e Luby - 
Bcounting 
Hollywood, Fla^ 







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Donald B. Lewis 
Radio-^V— Film 



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Hardrick Mays 
Health & Physical 
Education 
•, Merritt, N.C. 



Hubert Lockhart 
Behavioral Science 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Samuel D. Lemon 
Business Management 
and Economics 
St. George, S.C. 



William L. McKinley 
Health & Physical 
Education & Rec. 
Vernon, Connecticut 



Liada Herring 



.y^^Dianah E. Humphrey 



Business Managemer^ir J*\a(pehavioral Science • 
and Economics .. ^oore Haven. Fla. 



and Economics 
Elizabethtown, N.C 



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Jacqueline L. Hudson 
Health & Physical 

Education 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



tier Hughes 
■^V— Film 
I N.J. 




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Hazel L. Ingram ^ < 
Early Childhood "Education- 
, Laurinburg, N.C. 

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Doris A. Johnson 
Business Management 
and Economics 
Weldon, N.C. 




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ManJy E. McKoy 
Behavioral Science 
Sanford. N.C. 



William T. Mormor>^y 
Behavioral Science^ 
Asheville, N.C. 







Mack Montgomery >^^. 
Business Management 4fe;<t-^ 
Economics >i».:^'?^ 



James A. McNair 
Philosophy & Religion 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Curtis J. Moore 
Music Education 
Ridgeway, Va. 



Lowell Moody 
Secondary Education 
Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 



Leigh Merchant 
Radio— TV— Film 
Chicago, III. 



James E. Neal 

Health & Physical Education 

Wilson, N.C. 



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Saodra A. Johnsorv 
Behavioral Science 
Farmville, Va. - 



Sheila D. Kirk • 
Urban Politics • 
Mt. Vernon, M.Y, 



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Pamela J. King 
Speech Pathology and 
Audiology 
Mount Olive, N.C. 



Sp*^. King 
,1 Bfementary Education 



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Louise A. Learson 
Business Management aod- 

Economics 
Statesville, N.C. 



Wake Forest, N.C, 



Wake Forest, N.C, -.«l. 






Sonja Lesane 
History Education 
Elizabethtown, N.C. 




Leonard G. Rice 
Behavioral Science 
Wilnnington, N.C. 



Steve Robinson 
Music Educatid 
Bridgeport, Cori 



Carl Pridgen 
Health & Physical 

Education 
Hallsboro, N.C. 



Gregory A. Rodgers 
Chennistry 
Portsmouth, Va. 




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Audib(ogy • 

Madison, N.C 



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J^«-tfc6peech Pathology & 
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Behavioc^l ScTen 




Betty McLamb 
Business Managemen 

Economics 
Newton Grove, N.C. 




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— ""'al Science 
Lhia, Pa. 



elyn D. Mondy f 
Early Childhood EcTucatiOTi 
Portsmouth, Va. 



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Charlene Murreli 



Ppllocksville, fcJ.C. 




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Erroll L. Royal 
Behavioral Scie 
New Bern, N.C. 




Kevin L. Sa 
Business 
Accoui 
Brooklyn; 



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Milton Simmons 
Health & Phys- 
ical Education 
Winston Salem, 
N.C. 






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Moses Sykes, Jr. 
Biology 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Carl Toomer '^'"•. "^ 

Business Management and 

Economics 
St. George, S.C. 



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and Economics 
Charleston, S.C. 

IL^oy Summers 
Business Manage 
•^mfent/Accountini 
LSt. George, S.C. 



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Robert Trainer 
Radio— TV— Film 
Montclair, N.J. 




Biology 
Ahostoe. N.C. 



Mry E. Peg*«lsi 
■flstory 

Education 
-aurel Hill, 

N.C. 



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eafrie A. Norrls 
Bi0iavioral Science 
riqjjy Springs, N.C. 



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Shirley Pryor 
Early Childhood 

Education 
Deerfield Beach, Fla. 



*5iEbeloris Ramsey 
TV— Fikn 



Comfort Nyamadi 
Business Management 
and Economics 
Kenya, Africa 



. Elizabeth 

■ Peterson .. ■ 

BehavidFaU 
Science 

Vyashingt'* 



Maggaline Raney' 
Radio— TV— Film. 
Silver Springs, 
Maryland 









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Business Man^gfij^vapt 

Portsmouth, V^.;^ "- 



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John L. Vassor 
Business Manageipent & 
Economics "" | 

Garysburg, N.C. m 








Williams,/ 
'vTJ .BSeltev^oral Science 
'"^ •', Philadelphia, Pa. 






Larry Williams 
Business Management/ 
Accounting 
Miami, Fla. 




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James T. Williams 
Business Management 
Marion, S.C. 



Michael A. Willoughby 
Speech Pathology & 
Audiology 
New Haven, Conn. 



Jacqueline Ric 
' Early 
Edu' 
Tarboro 



^osetla Scott 
Elementary 
Education 
Washington, D.C. 



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SKaron Roberson 
Mathematics 
St. Paul^, r^c. 



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Leslie Rowan 
Biology 
Chicago, III. 



Sharian Shannon 
Business Manage- 
ment and 
i Econonri'tcs 
Atlanta, Ga. 








Angela Sledge 
Elementary Education 
Weldon, N.C. 



Smith 

i>5''" 'PieaWb & Physical 
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Gloria A. Spencer 
Chemistry 
bxford. N.C. 



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Radio— TV 
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Fflaio— TV— Film 
Emporjn, Va. 



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Early Childhood 
Education 
Highpoint, N.C. 



Lola M; Sykes 
Biology 
Garysburg, N.C. 



Phyllis Turner 
Behavioral Science 
Warrenton, N.C. 




Clarise Williams 
Elementary Education 
Memphis, Tenn. 



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Radio— TV— Filrrf^' ' ^^' 
Frogmore. S.C. 



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Business Managerri' 
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Wilson, N.C. 



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Shelia Winston 
Behavioral Science * 
Washington, D.C. ' , 




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Barbara Woodruff 
Health & Physical 

Education 
Salisbury, N.C. 





Fannie Wooten 
Behavioral Science 
Durham, N.C. 



Jerri Thompson ;■ 
Elementary Education 
-. Fairmont, N.C. „ 



Sherilyn Worthington 
Urban Planning 
Washington, D.C. 



Vanessa Wynn 
Business Managment 
and Economics 
Portsmouth, Va. 



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^MT. Lecount Conaway, President ,i^^»^^ 

2. Leonard Giles, Vice President / 

1,3. Elizabeth Creecy, Secretary 

* 4. Hope Boyd, League of Council Representaflw , 
5. Sharrian Shannon, Business Manager 



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CLASS OF "79" 

1. Keith Young, President 

2. Maria Lyerly, League of Council Representative 

3. Eunice Govan. Secretary/Treasurer 

4. Phyllis Reese, Vice President 



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CLASS OF "80" 

1. George Robinson, President 

2. Muriei Evans, League of Council Representative 
^ 3. Sylvia Farrow, Secretary 

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Dr. Ellen Alston 
Emeriti 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. John H. Baker, Jr. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Atty. J. Melville Broughton, Jr. 
(Honorary Trustee) 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Kanawhah Z. Chavis 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Dr. Vernon Clark 
Durham, N.C. 

Dr. Jyles J. Coggins 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. C. Melvin Creecy 
Rich Square, N.C. 

Mrs. Evelyn L. Cunningham 
New York, N.Y. 

Dr. George C. Debnam 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Chancy R. EdvKards 
Fayetteville, N.C. 

Dr. J. Jasper Freeman 
Norfolk, Virginia 



Mr. George Goodwin, Sr. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Mr. Lawrence Gould 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Gilbert R. Green 
Natick, Massachusetts 

Judge George R. Greene 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Dorothy M. Haith 
Huntsville, Alabama 

Atty. William S. Herrmann 
Stamford, Connecticut 

Dr. Joy J. Johnson 
Fairmont, N.C. 

Dr. Paul H. Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. William H. Jones, Jr. 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 

Dr. John R. Larkins 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Rose Morgan 
New York, N.Y. 

Dr. Milton Owens 

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 



Mr. Leslie A. Pearce 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Paul C. Perkins 
Orlando, Florida 

Atty. William C. Raines 
New York, N.Y. 

Dr. Moses A. Ray 
Tarboro, N.C. 

Dr. Charles W. Rector 
Manassas, Virginia 

Dr. O. L. Sherrill 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Atty. W. Larry Wallace 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Rev. John W. White 
Asheville, N.C. 

Mr. Larry Williams 
Student Rep. 
Raleigh, N.C, 

Dr. John W. Winters 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Dr. Stevie Wonder 
New York, N.Y. 





OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



1. Roberta Lighfner Floyd 
Executive Secretary 

2. Rudolph Williams 
Aide to the President 

3. Hettie M. Little 
Administrative Assistant 

4. Robert E. Powell 

Special Assistant to the President 



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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 




1. Dr. Wilmoth Carter 1. Mr. Thomas E. Kee 

Vice President for Research and Evaluation Vice President for University Reiations 

2. Dr. Kaiyan Ghosh 2. ivlr. Wiiliam Love 
Vice President for Academic Affairs Business f^anager 



1. Mr. Macl< Soweii 

Dean of Student Life and Development 

2. Dr. McLouis Clayton 

Asst.. Director, AIDP and Director 
of CAPE, Regional Campuses 



ACADEMIC DEANS 




1. Dr. Randolph Tobias 
Dean 

School of Education 

2, Rev. C.T. Vivian 
Dean 

Seminary Without Walls 



1. Dr. Horace B. Caple 
Dean 

School of Humanities & Arts 

2. Dr. James Z. Alexander 
Dean 

Divinity School 



1. Dr. Lorenzo Thompson. Sr. 
Dean 

School of Urban & Administrative Science 

2. Dr. Rodger N. Jenkins 
Dean 

School of Natural & Physical Science. 
Engineering 



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Mrs. Minnie Whitaker, Art 

Dr. Elizabeth Laizner 

Foreign Languages 

Dr. Urabi Mustafa 

International Studies 

Dr. John Fleming 

Afro-American Studies 

Mr. Curtis King, Mrs. Patricia C. Caple 

Drama and Theatre 

Dr. Steven K. Hoffman 

Communicative Arts 

Mrs. Willie High 

Communicative Arts 

Dr. Patrick Elliott 

Communicative Arts 

Mrs. Nancy Elliott, Communicative Arts 

Dr. Joan Barrax 

Communicative Arts 

Mr. Robert Simmons, Communicative Arts 





HUMANITIES AND ARTS 



1. Child Development Project Staff 
(Left to Right) 

Ms. G. Bartholoned, Secretary 
Ms. Francis Williams, Director 
Ms. J. Dunphy, Asst. 

2. Dr. Munawar Mustafa, History 

3. Mrs. U.H. Jones, Reading 

4. Mrs. Rosalie Williams, Communicative Arts 
Dr. Jesus Farias, History 
Mrs. Jackie Kaalund, Reading 
Mr. Paul Vandergrift 
Radio-TV-Fiim 
Dr. R. Gwyn 
Radio-TV-Film 
Dr. R. Keiber 
Radio-TV-Film 



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HUMANITIES 
AND ARTS 

Dr. James Robinson 
Communicative Arts 
Mr. Edward Graves, Music 
Mrs. Joan Barrax 
Communicative Arts 
Dr. Harry Gil-Smyttie, Music 
Mr. C. Brown, Music 
6. Dr. Grus Bari<er 
Ptiiiosoptiy & Reiigion 
Dr. G. Aziz, International Studies 
Mr. George Hatcher, Music 
Mr. Ben Kirk, Music 
Dr. James Hunt 
Philosophy & Religion 
Mrs. Lois P. Wortham, Music 





EDUCATION 

1. V. Sansom 
Physical Education 

2. P. Morris 
Physical Education 

3. B. Sanders 
Physical Education 

4. H. Smalls 
Physical Education 

5. J. Farris 
Physical Education 

6. Dr. R. Brown 
Recreation Education 

7. J, R. Johnson 
Physical Education 

8. Dr. W. Spann 
Physical Education 

9. Dr. J. E. Byers 
Teacher Education 

10. Dr. L. Russell 
Teacher Education 

11. Dr. C. Jordan 
Teacher Education 



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EDUCATION 

1. Mrs. Kathryn Shepard 
Teacher Education 

2. Mrs. Elizabeth B. Cotield 
Teacher Education 
Director, Student Teachers 

DIVINITY SCHOOL 

3. Rabbi Leo Stillpass 

4. Dr. C.B. Thompson 

5. Dr. Wendell R. Grigg 

6. Dr. H. Turlington 

7. Dr. Patricia Brodie 
Dr. C. R. Trotter 




URBAN SCIENCE 



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1. Dr. Johnnie V, Lee 
Urban Planning 

2. Dr. Esta Thomas 
Behavioral Science 

3. Dr. Gloria Smith 
Behavioral Science 

4. Dr. Earl Jones 
Urban Planning 

5. Dr. Mohammad Shadld 
Urban Politics 

6. Dr. Clyde Goodrum 
Behavioral Science 

7. Dr. S. Jubalani Beza 
Urban Politics 

8. Mr. Geroge C. White 
Behavioral Science 

9. Dr. Abdul Elkordy 
Urban Politics 






NATURAL & PHYSICAL 
SCIENCES 



2. Dr. Q. Khalid 
Physics 

3. Dr. Bibek Ray 
Biology 

4. Dr. R. K. De 
Biology 

5. Dr. Shirley Tove 
Biology 

6. Mrs. Doris D. Kwasikpui 
Biology 

7. Lett to Right: Mr. Harold Lewis, 
Ms. Linda Lewis. Dr. Barry Hazen, 
Speech Pathology & Audiology 




NATURAL & PHYSICAL 




SCIENCE 


1 


Dr. Kanti Patel 




Mathematics 


2. 


Dr. James Scanlon 




Mathematics 


3. 


Ms. Almena Nunn, Dr. Lawrence Gould 




Mathematics 


4. 


Dr. Thomas C. Lominac 




Mathematics 


5. 


Dr. Richard Berl<ley 


6. 


Mr. John A. Cleveland 




Chemistry 


7. 


Dr. Abha Ghosh 




Chemistry 


8. 


Dr. Micah A. Oriedo 




Environmental Science 




FAYETTEVILLE/FORT BRAGG REGIONAL CAMPUS 






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FORT BRAGG 

1. Mr. R. Odom 
Mathematics 

2. Mr. Floyd O'Quinn 
Business 

3. Mr. Rupert Ford 
Science 

4. Mr. John R. Jolley 
Criminal Justice 

5. Mr. O. A. Dupree 
Education 

6. Mr. Charles Q. Evans 
Business 

7. Mr. Daniel R. Leach 
Business 




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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 



1. Mrs. Mildred Hooker, Mrs. Martha Wheeler 
Office of Research and Evaluation 

2. Ms. Llllle M. Dunn, Mrs. Vivian Galbreath, Mrs. Barbara Mann 
Office of University Relations 

3. Mrs. Marilyn J. Fields, Mrs. Elaine Smith 
Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs 

4. Mrs. Louise Lewis, Mrs. Rosemary King 
Development Office 




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1. Mrs. June I. Young, Mrs. Mayme Banks, Mrs. Jennie Brown 
Mr. Norbert Hoffman, Director 

Records and Registration 

2. Mrs. Joan Miller, Mr. Charles Mitchell, Ms. Barnetta Moore 
Mrs. Daisybelle Clark 

Student Residence Life 

3. Ms. Mildred Mallette, Director 

Ms. Beatrice Martin, Mrs. Bernice Rainbow, Ms. Susan Gambling 
Library 

4. Mrs. Marion Bryant, Mrs. Robena Bradley 
Library 

5. Mr. Wesley Alston, Mrs. Sally M. Goodson, Mrs. Yusufah Robb, 
Mrs. Carol Gartrell (Director), Mr. Dwight Midgette 

Student Special Services 



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UNIVERSITY STAFF 





1. Ms. Teretha Lemon, Mr. James Mitchell 
Recruitment 

2. Mrs. Joyce K. Hines, Mrs. Doris J. Anderson 

Rev. Ronald L. Swain (Director), Counseling Center 

3. Mrs. Gwendolyn Anthony, Ms. Geraldine Turner, Director 
Mrs. Beulah Glenn 

Admissions Office 

4. Mr. Theodore Hindsman, Ms. Mary Wells, Ms. C. McGlain 
(sitting) Ms. Helga Greenfield, Director 

Financial Aid Office 

5. Mr. Donald Benson, Cooperative Education 
Mrs. Linda Harris, Secretary 

Mr. Fred Jones, University Year For Action 



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(Standing Lett to Right) 
Mr. Leroy Johnson, 
Ms. Gloria Jones, 
Mr. Lamma Adams 
Mr. James Gambreli 
(Sitting left to right) 
Mary Newton, Ms. Marie Clark 
Secretarial Services (left to right) 
Mrs. Georgia Matthews (Director) 
Ms. RenaBlyther, 
Mrs. Helen Graham, 
Ms. Jesse Smith 
3. Evening School & CAPE 
Dr. Bruce Winston (Director) 
Mrs. Mildred Christmas 
Cashier's Office 
Mr. C. Alexander, 
Mrs. Verdis Jones (Cashier) 
Mr. William P. Wheless, 
Mr. Carl Sanders (Manager) 
WSHA Radio Station 
Mrs. Gloria Cumbo, Ms. Queen Lee 
Fiscal Affairs 



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1 . Dr. James E. Lytle, Athletic Director 
Ms. Mary Lockley, Secretary 

2. Mrs. Linda Evans. Secretary 
Humanities and Arts 

3. Mrs. Gail Brackett, Secretary 
Speech & Hearing Clinic 
Ms. Hazel Smith, Secretary 
Natural & Physical Sciences 

4. Left to Right: 
Ms. Anne Griffin, Secretary 
Urban Science 

Ms. Hazel Wood, Admin. Aide 
Criminal Justice 
Ms. P. Beza, Secretary 
Urban Politics 

5. Ms. Deborah A. Thompson, Secretary 
Teacher Education 
Mrs. Carol Watkins, Resource Asst. 
Curriculum Lab 

6. Ms. Barbara Malloy, Secretary 
Mrs. Jeanne Joy, Supervisor 
Family Day Care Centers 

7. Left to Right: 

Mrs. Jeanne Joy (Director), Mrs. Eva Kearse, Mrs. Marie Markha 
Mrs. Gertrude Harrleson 
Day Care Mothers 



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Mrs. Bessie Stringfellow, Rev 
Seminary Without Walls 
Dr. Bertrom D. Haywood, Dr. Leroy Burton 
Dr. G. Gaither. Physicians 
University Infirmary 
Mrs. EInora Kee. Manager 
University Book Store 
Mrs. Geneva Highsmith 
University Switchboard 
Mrs. Princess Haywood 
University Post Office 
6. Mrs. Barbara Baylor, Mrs. Marilyn Baldwin 
Student Life and Development 



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5AMPUS SECURITY STAFF 




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SPONSORS 





MICHAEL W. HALL 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



1977 BEAR STAFF 

MICHAEL W.HALL 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

HARVEY O. PERRY 
MANAGING EDITOR 

BARBARA WRIGHT 
FACULTY/STAFF EDITOR 

CARL BURNETT 
ORGANIZATION EDITOR 

MELVIN GARDNER 
SPORTS EDITOR 

MAXINE TURNER 
ASSISTANT EDITOR 

EVA WHITE 
COPY DIRECTOR 

GREG CHANDLER 
COPY ASSISTANT 

MAMIE EVERETT 
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 

RODNEY SHELTON 
LAYOUT ASSISTANT 

CARMEN GRANT 
ADVERTISING DIRECTOR 

E. MARILYN STACKHOUSE 
CIRCULATION DIRECTOR 

CHARLES D. HARRISON 
GENERAL STAFF ASST. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS: 
J. D. Hinton 
Anthony Christopher 
Carl Burnett 
Mack Montgonnery 
Cecil McGirt 
John Gallatin 
Tank O. Williams 
George Duncan 
Ida Rogers 

STAFF ASSISTANTS: 
Patricia Goddard 
Mable Cox 
Elaine James 
Charlene McKoy 
Bonita Shaw 
Donnie Carroll 
Ralph Bell 
David Watson 
Jackie Dozier 
Joseph Lee 
Francis Addison 
Brenda Davenport 



EDITORS MESSAGE 

After many long and hard hours, we 
finally finished the 1977 Bear. The task was 
difficult for each of us and many times im- 
possible, but we kept the faith and hung in 
there. 

There have been a lot of people in- 
volved in creating this annual, far too many 
to name individually. I give thanks to all who 
assisted in the task. I offer a very special 
thanks to the 1977 Bear staff and to our ad- 
visors, for they have performed their jobs 
well. The ideas and contributions of all will 
make 1976-77 a very memorable year for 
the Shaw family. We have captured a year 
of highlights to be remembered by all for a 
long time. 

Finally, I would like to thank the 
students and Student Life staff for giving me 
the opportunity to serve as Editor-in-Chief 
of the Bear. I have enjoyed working with and 
for my fellow students. I also give thanks to 
my family for their patience and support. 

There is a little something in The Bear 
for everyone. 

Keep the Faith, 



Michael W. Hall 



ADVISORS: 

Mrs. Geraldine Turner 

Ms. Doris Anderson 



CONGRATULATIONS AND 

BEST WISHES TO 
THE GRADUATING CLASS 

OF 1977 

WE WISH YOU MUCH 

SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS. 

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS OFFICE 

THE BEAR STAFF, THE SHAW JOURNAL STAFF 

THE FRIENDLY PLACES TO DEVOTE TIME 

STUDENT UNION, 2nd FLOOR, SUITE B 



A VERY SPECIAL THANKS 

TO 
THE PARENTS AND FAMILIES 

OF THE 
SHAW UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 

FROM 
THE 1976-77 BEAR STAFF 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



MR. & MRS. J.D. HINTON 

MRS. JOAN MILLER 
STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

MRS. BARBARA MANN 
ALUMNI AFFAIRS 

MR. THOMAS E. KEE 
UNIVERSITY RELATIONS 

MRS. P. HAYWOOD 
UNIVERSITY POST OFFICE 

WSHA COMMUNICATIONS 
CENTER 

MR. CHARLES MITCHELL 
STUDENT LIFE 

MRS. BARBARA BAYLOR 
DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE 

MRS. DAISY CLARK 
STUDENT LIFE 

DEAN MACK SOWELL 
STUDENT LIFE AND 
DEVELOPMENT 

MRS. GENEVA HIGHSMITH 
SWITCHBOARD 

MR. STANLEY BALLENTINE 
PLANT SERVICES 

MRS. ROBERTA L. FLOYD 
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

MS. MILDRED MALLETTE 
MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



MRS. JUNE YOUNG 
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 

MR. H.B. CAPLE 
HUMANITIES AND ARTS 

MRS. ANN GRIFFIN 
URBAN SCIENCE 

MRS. WILLIE HIGH 
COMMUNICATIVE ARTS 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 

MS. HETTIE LITTLE 
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

MR. CHUCK BLALOCK 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 

MS. LILLIE DUNN 
UNIVERSITY RELATIONS 

MS. APRIL WEST 
SPECIAL THANKS 

MR. LARRY EVANS 
SPECIAL THANKS 

INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS 
SPECIAL THANKS 

MS. LANA LATIMER 
SPECIAL THANKS 

MR. ELDRED WORTHAM 
SPECIAL THANKS 

MR. TANK O. WILLIAMS 
MR. CECIL MC GIRT 



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GREGORY A. RODGERS 

Congratulations 

We are Proud 

Of you 

Love, Your parents 
Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Rodgers 



JACQUELINE L. HUDSON 

Thanks for a job well done 

Lots of Luck, and 

Keep up the 

Good work. 

Mr. James Hudson 



JANICE BLUE 

Congratulations 

We are proud of you 

And prayed for this day. 

Thanks to Shaw University 

Love, Your Mother 
Mrs. Myrtle Blue 



EVA JEWEL WHITE 

We are proud of you. 

Love, 

Your parents 

Mr. & Mrs. George White 



LEONARD A. GILES 

Congratulations 

We are proud 

of you 

Love, 

Mom and Sisters 

Mrs. Betty S. Giles 



WILLA VALERIA STEWART 

Congratulations 

to our daughter 

Class of 1977 

Mrs. Wilia P. Stewart 



ROBERT LILLY, JR. 

Congratulations to 

My son 

and our brother. 

We love you 

Deloris T. Lilly & Thomas & Ronald 



MADELINE MARIE DUDLEY 

Congratulations 

Marie! 

We are proud of you. 

Your parents 
Mr. & Mrs. Guy Dudley 



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DAVID VERNON COPP 

I am proud of you. 

Love, 

Your Mother, 

Mrs. Frances Copp 



THE BEAR STAFF 
SALUTES 

MS. CARLENE SCALES 

WITH 
A VERY SPECIAL THANKS 



LINDA JEAN GARRETT 



We are proud 

Of you 

On your 

Graduation 

Love 

Your parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Garrett 



CHRISTINE KAY DAVIS 

We are proud of you. 

Love, 
Your parents 

Mr. & Mrs. T.C. Davis 



GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK 



MS. HETTIE LITTLE 

THANK YOU VERY MUCH 
YOU WILL BE MISSED 



The Bear Staff 



EVELYN D. MONDY 

Congratulations 

On Your 

Graduation. 

We Are Very 

Proud of You. 

Love, Your Parents 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Lawrence Mondy, Jr. 



LEONARD GERALD RICE 




We are proud of 
You 




Love, your 

Parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Rice 





LINDA VANESSA BOYD 

Congratulations 

We are Proud 

of you 

Love 

your parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Troy B. Boyd, Sr. 



MORRIS A. KERSHAW 

Although the nights were 

Long and dreary, we are 

Proud of you for the determination 

to follow the leaders. 

Love, Your 
Mother & Sisters 



SHEREE R. KING 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to our daughter, upon her 

graduation from Shaw University 

Class of 1977 

Love your parents 
Mr. & Mrs. James King 



PAULA C. BEMBRY 

We are Proud 
of you 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Grandparents 



MATTHEW PRICE, JR. 

We are proud 
of you 

Love, Your parents 
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Price, Sr. 



ANGELA A. SLEDGE 

Congratulations 

We are proud 

of you 

Love, 

Your Parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Sledge, Sr. 



CAROLYN D. WILLIAMS 

Congratulations 

to our daughter 

Class of 1977 

Your parents 
Mr. & Mrs. James Williams 



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CHARLENE MURRELL 

We want to express 

our pleasure 

At your becoming a 

Shaw University 

graduate. 

We love you, 
Mom and Lakeisha 



REGINALD RENARD 
NEWBORN 



Congratulations 

on your 

Graduation 

We love you, 
Mothec and Brother 



DALE MELODY ELLISON 

Congratulations 

on your 

Graduation 

We love you. 

Your parents & Family 

Mrs. Mae H. Ellison 



HENRY C. GASKINS 

You have made 

Us happy. 

We are proud 

Of you 

and 

appreciative to 

Shaw University 

Your Dad 
George Gaskins, Sr. 



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BARBARA JEAN WOODRUFF 

Congratulations! 
We are very 
Proud of you. 

Mom, Brothers & 

Sisters 
IViary E. Woodruff 



Cyntiiia D. Harris 

Congratulations 

to our daughter 

On your Graduation 

Shaw University 

Class of 1977 

Your Father & Mother 
Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Harris 



CURTIS MC NEILL, JR. 

Congratulations 

On your 

Graduation. 

We love you. 
Mr. & Mrs. Curtis McNeill, Sr. 



JAMES T. HART 

We want to express our 
Pleasure at 

your 

becoming a 

Shaw University 

Graduate. 

Mom and Dad 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Hart 



TOMMIE JAMES, III 

Congratulations on your 

Graduation in the Shaw University 

Class of 1977 

With Love, 

Your Parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Tomnnie James, Jr. 



WILLIAM MC KINLEY 



Congratulations, Billy on your 

Successful Completion at 

Shaw University. 

May you have Continued Success 

Love, Your family 
Mom, Dad, Dawn, Leon & Robenia 



ELIZABETH ANN CREECY 

ANN, WE SHARE THIS 
EXPERIENCE WITH YOU. 

CONGRATULATIONS AND 

CONTINUE THE 

SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE. 



WE LOVE YOU 

YOUR PARENTS, 

DR. & MRS. C. MELVIN CREECY 



CANDYCE EWANDA NEWSOME 

Congratulations on your Graduation 

in the 

Shaw University 

Class of 1977 



With Love, 

Your Parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis E. Newsome 



AVA M. MANNING 

Congratulations on your Graduation 

in the Shaw University 

Class of 1977 

May love, Happiness, Kindness and 

Success 
Be yours Always. 

We love you 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Robinson 



ANTHONY D. JACKSON 

Congratulations on your Graduation 

in the 
Shaw University Class of 1977 



Mr. & Mrs. William M. Jackson 



MARY E. PEGUESE 

Congratulations, Mary, 
On your Graduation 

We love you 

Your parents, 

Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Peguese 



TONY D. JORDAN 

Congratulations to my Son, 

Tony, For becoming 

A 

Shaw University 

Graduate. 

We love you, 
Mrs. Mary Jordan 



IDA WILLIAMS 

Congratulations, Ida, 
On your Graduation 

We love you. 

Mom and Dad 

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Williams 



A VERY VERY 

SPECIAL THANKS 

TO 

MS. GERALDINE TURNER 

STAFF ADVISOR 

AND 

MRS. DORIS ANDERSON 

STAFF ADVISOR 

FOR THE LONG AND HARD 

DEDICATED HOURS 

SPENT WITH US. 

MAY GOD GO WITH YOU 

IN YOUR ENDEAVORS. 



DOTTIE S. HARRISON 

Congratulations and best wishes to a 

Sweet and charming daughter 

Who deserves all the Happiness 

in the world. 

Dottle it's fine to Know you have achieved 

the goal you've been working toward all 

these years, And we wish you the 
greatest possible success in the future 
May God always Bless and Keep you in 

his Care. 



Love, your parents 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Harrison, Sr. & Family 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO 

MR. CARL BURNETT 

AND 

MS. E. MARILYN STACKHOUSE 

THE 

YEARBOOK STAFF 

WILL GREATLY MISS EACH OF YOU 

WE WISH YOU MUCH SUCCESS 

AND HAPPINESS. 

MAY GOD BE WITH YOU 

IN YOUR ENDEAVORS 



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AT 

LILE'S 
FOUNTAIN 



GRILL 

CORNER OF BLOUNT AND LENOIR 

PHONE: 833-7602 

RALEIGH, N.C. 27601 



A DOGGONE GOOD PLACE TO DRINK & EAT 

WHERE YOUR PENNIES HAVE MORE CENTS 

THE BEAR'S DEN 

"CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1977" 



SHABAZZ RESTAURANT 

& TAKE OUT 

420 HILL STREET 



SOME OF OUR SPECIALS: 

Fruit & Vegetable Juices: .250 

DINNERS:— $1.00 to 2.45 

Shrimp $1.85 

DESSERTS 

Carrot Cake .400 

Bean Pie .70(15 



GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1977 



FISH SANDWICH 


.750 


FISH SUBS 


.850 


CHIC-FILLETS 


.850 


BEEF BURGER 


.500 


FRENCH FRIES 


.300 


TOSSED SALAD 


.400 




MT. SINAI 

SAINTS OF GOD 

HOLY CHURCH 

OF 
AMERICA INC. 

f SUNDAY 

MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. 

Y.P.W.W. 7:00 P.M. 

EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. 

MID-WEEK 

PRAYER SERVICE 

THURSDAY— 8:00 P.M. 




BISHOP M.M. POPE 

FOUNDER AND PASTOR 

PH. 833-6879 



WE'RE INVITING ALL SHAW 

STUDENTS TO WORSHIP 

WITH US. 



P.O. BOX J27411 

301 S. SWAIN ST. 

RALEIGH, N.C. 27601 



781-0292 

V.I. P. FORMAL WEAR 

FRED MILLER 
MANAGER 

FOR THE BEST IN FORMAL WEAR 

COME SEE US. 

BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF "77" 

DOWNTOWN 

AND 

NORTH HILLS FASHION MALL 

Raleigh, N.C. 



CONSOLIDATED 
CLEANERS & 

LAUNDRY 
OF AMERICA, LTD. 

411 S. McDowell St. 

Raleigh, N.C. 27602 

Ph. 832-4624 

SHAW BEARS 

ARE GREAT 



First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church 

1515 CROSSLINK ROAD 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 27610 

PHONE OFFICE 83.1-.1283 

DR. W. B. LEWIS. Paslor 



MOTTO: Everybody in First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church 
is somebody and Christ is all 

Sunday School 9;3q g jji 

Morning Worship |0:59 a.m. 

Baptist Training Union 6:00 p.m. 

Evening Worship 6:59 p.m. 

Teachers Meeting & Prayer Service— Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 



WHITE'S BARBER 

SHOP 

426 HILL ST. 

WASHINGTON 

TERRACE 

RALEIGH, N.C. 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

1977 SHAW 

UNIVERSITY 
GRADUATES 




J.D. HINTON STUDIO 

HOME PORTRAITS— WEDDINGS 

BANQUETS— SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY 

COMMERCIALS 

COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE 



515 S. BLOUNT ST. 
Raleigh, N.C. 27601 

Ph: 833-1419 
Bus: 833-6095 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE CLASS OF "77" 



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