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1969 FALCON 



Saint Augustine's College 

(Episcopal) 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Robert S. Monroe 

Editor 

Anthony O'Neill 

Business Manager 




Table of Contents 



Dedication 



4 Underclassmen 



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Introduction 6 Organizations 132 

Queens 22 Greeks 148 



Seniors 40 Sports . 

Activities 72 Faculty 



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Dedicated to 

Elmer C. Schwertman, 

Professor of History 



It the human face is "the masterpiece of 
God" it is here then in a thousand fateful 
registrations. Often the face speaks w hat 
words can ne\ er say. Some tell of eternity 
and others only the latest tattlings. Child 
faces of blossom smiles . . . are followed 
by honieK faces of majesty carved and 
worn by love, prayer and hope, along with 
others light and carefree as thistledown in 
a late summer wind. Faces having land 
and sea on them, . . . faces crooked and 
lost wondering where to go this afternoon 
or tomorrow morning. Peaces in crowds, 
laughing and windblown leaf faces, 
profiles in an instant of agony, mouths in 
adumbshow mockery lacking speech . . . 
Some of them are worth a long look now 
and deep contemplation later. Peaces 
betokening a serene blue sky or faces 
dark with storm winds and lashing night 
rains. And faces beyond forgetting, 
written over w ith faiths in men and 
dreams of man surpassing himself. An 
alphabet here and a multiplication table 
of living breathing human faces. 
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of all men, how among so many 
millions of faces there should be 
none alike." 

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Books are not men and yet 
they are alive, 

They are man's memory and his 
aspiration 

The link between his present and 
his past. 

The tools he builds with. 
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Look in the face of the person to 
whom you are speaking if jou wish 
to know his real sentiments for 
he can command his words more 
easily than his countenance. 
— Chesterfield 





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I see not a step before ine as 
I tread on another \ ear; 
And w hat h^oks dark in the distance. 
May brighten as I draw near. ' 
— Brainard 







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Looking for something?? 





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who sa\ s classwork can't be fun. 





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A toss of hair 



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The face of a queen 




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Few iiicliv iciiials possess the true ai)ilit\ t(i in- 
spire otiiers. We tlie students ot St. Augus- 
tine's College, ha\'e recognized this rare and 
exciting personalit\ in our midst and lia\e 
made her our ipieen. Slie is Lorraine Greene, 
Miss St. Augustine's College 1968-69. 

Lorraine is a senior majoring in mathemat- 
ics. She has responded to the spirit ot the times 
b\ being acti\e in main campus organizations 
and activ ities. She enjovs the arts and has 
demonstrated her scholarship b\ being selected 
to the .\lpha Kappa Mu honor soeiet\. It has 
been through these achie\ements and the 
force of her personalit\ and character that have 
inspired so man\'. We, the might\ Falcons, are 
proud ot our(|ucen, the lo\el\ Lorraine Green. 






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LaVanna Randolph 
Miss Omega Psi Phi 



Ruth Brice 

Miss Summer School 



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Sandra Robinson 
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 




Winnie Robinson 
Miss Freshman 





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Geraldine Spencer 
Miss Choir 



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Mar\ Nlayo 

Miss Phi Bt'ta Sisima 



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Miss \fteraii"s Club 




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MissN.E.A. 



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Miss Sophomore 



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Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 



Donna W'intiTS — Miss Senior 







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Faye Harris 

Miss Ma\ Queen 
UPPER RIGHT: 

C\nthia Jones 

Miss Yearbook 
LOWER RIGHT: 

The Heart of 

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Seniors 



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so we learnet 



We learned the facts, the formulae, 

but more — to watch, to understand, 

to act, 

to care. 

Now you must look at us, 

For ours are 

the faces of the future 





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F^h\ SK.il EdiicatidTi 
■/^H Benson, N.C. 




J(^^(.'ph Alston 
}'li\ sical Kdiitatiu 
Macon, Ga. 



Irma Arline 
BnK.kUn. \ V 




James Artis 

nist<.r\ 
Raleigh. ,\,C, 





Anc;t'la Austin 
French 
Chicago. III. 




Kathleen Baird 
Business Adniinistration 
llillshorough. N.C, 



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Greenville, S.C. 





Beatrice Bennett 

Mathematics 




Earlene Bethel 

Sociology 
New York, \ V 



Ruth Brice 

Elementar\ Kducalinn 
Poiitiac, Mich 




Lillian Burrus 

English 
Fairfield. N-C 




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Marie Bnant 

Music 
liali'iKh, N,C^ 




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James Burt 

Socioii(g\ 
Biileigh. N.C- 



Brenda Byrd 

F.Iemciitarv K(:!ni.Mti(ui 
R<)ck\ Mount. N.C- 




Miidred Campbell 

Business Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Frances Carmichael 

Sociolotry 
Raleigh, N.C- 



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Alice Carpenter 

Klenientar\ F^ducation 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Brent Carrinston 

Sncioi()iJ;\ 
Raleigh, N.C. 



\\ illiam Carson 

Pli\ sic.il I'xiin-'ation 
Trson, NC. ''^"^N 







Gregory Chavious '■^ 

Mathematics 
Hillsborough. NC, 





WillarclCofield 
Social Welfare 
Ossinint;, N V. 




Darlcru' C-oleinan 

Music 

Raleish.NC, 



Diane Coleman 

Busiiie^is Kducation 
Broad\\a\ , N.C- 




Clent Copeland 

Klenu-ntarv Educatinu 
Miami. Fia. 





Brenda Cox 

Business Education 
Roper, N.C. 




Thirl Curdup 

Business Administration 

Chesapeake. \a. 



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Willif Daniels 

nist()r\ 

(irct'iiv ilk'. N.C- 




C'aroI\ n Da\ is 
Snciolog\ 
SinithHuld. \ C 



Douglas Davis 

History & Govermnent 
Macon, Ga. 





Larn Davis 

Business Atlr7iinistratioii 
Raleigh. \,C. 





Hiib\ Dfiiu'sme 
Fa>f:*tte\ille. N.C. 






Charles English 



Business Atlministratji 



Charleston, S-C. 




\\ illiaiii Fain 

Ph\ sieal Kdiieation 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Peggy Farrington 

Music 
nurham, N.C. 



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NLitlit'iiiatics 
Cluipcl Hill, N C 



Shirlfv Fra/ier 
Pre-Med 
Lura\. S.C 






Allen Gilliam 

Business Atiministratlon 
Windsor, N.C 



Barbara Gill 

Business Kducation 
Raleigh, N.C 





Sandra Gipson 
C^lit'rriistry 
Raleigh. N.C- 



Sali\ Goodson 

Elementary Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 





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Lorraine Green 

Mathematics 
New York. NY. 



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Nena Hamm 

Elementary Education 
kinston, N.C. 



DeLinda Harris 

Socit)logy 
Raleii^h, N-C. 




Fay Harris 

English 
Jacksonville. Fla. 





Ruth Hawkins 

Elementary Education 
Henderson, N.C. 



Elaine Hemphill 

Elementary Education 
BrookKn, \ V 




Bertha Hemdon 

English 
Raleigh. N.C 




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Dorothx Hinlo 

Soc'oiogv 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Janif Hinton 


Vivian Hinton 


Elementary Education 


Business Education 


KaleiKh, N.C. 


Raleigh, N.C. 





Robert Hoffman 
Sociology 
Gastonia. N.C. 



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Annie Holley 

Philadelphia. Pa 



Clejetter Holt 

English 
Wilson. N,C 




Enoch Hood 

Physical Education 
Wake Forest, N.C. 





Eula Humphrey 

Business Education 
Jackson\ ille, NC. 



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Douglas Hunt 
Ph\sics 
Arnlt\ville, NY. 



Billy Hunter 
Chemistrv 
Raleigh. N C 




Sidney Ikner 

Business Education 
Fieldsboro, N,J 



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Gloria D. Johnson 


Sociology 


Elementary Education 


Burlington, N.C 


Raleigh, N.C. 




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Gloria F. Johnson 

Business Education 
Raleigh, N-C. 



Gloria V. Johnson 

Social Welfare 
Fairfax, SC. 






John Johnson 

Physical Kducation 
Tryon, N.C, 




Vivian Johnson 

Physical Education 
Smithfield, N C 



Alfonzo Jones 

Ph\sical Education 
Raleigh, NC- 




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Dan I Jones 
Business Education 
Cologne, \'a 




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Raleigh. N.C- 



Geneva Jones 

Sociolog\ 
Birmingham, Ala 





Manson Jones 

Busiiu'ss Adniinistratii 
Raleigh, \.C:, 



Clifton Jo> ntr 

Histon 
PliikKlflphui, P. 




Jerldine Kenan 
Business Administration 
Rose Hill, \-C. 





Alexander King 

Pinsital Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Charles Kirby 

Mathematics 
Wilson. \ C- 




Geraldine Lancaster 

English 
Nashville. N.C, 





Colquitt Lawrence 
mstor\ & Governmt'nt 
Macon, Ga, 




Marilyn Lewis 

Sociology 
Va, Beach, Va, 




Erkward Logan 

Biolog\ 
Meadnuview, \'a- 





Margie Lucas 

Klementarv Education 
Wake Forest, N.C. 




Frank McBry de 

Elementary Education 
Favettcville. N.C- 



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Donald McCoy 
Business Administration 
Four Oaks. N.C^ 





Roy McKay 

Business Administration 
Raleigh, N,C. 




Charlie McKnight 

Histor\ 
Kittrell. N,C. 



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Hermenia McLaurin 

Business Education 
Favetteville, N.C. 




Joyce McLeod 

Elementar\ Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 




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Essie Merritt 

Sociology 
Warsaw . N C. 



Bettve Mitchell 
Business Ed. 
Johns Island. S.C 




Robert Monroe 

Social Welfare 
Bronx, NY 





Paula Moore 

Biology 
Weldon, NC. 



Doris Morgan 

Physical Ed 
Raleigh, NC, 




George Morgan 

Physical Ed 
Raleigh, NC. 




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Robert Morgan 

Business Adm 
Petersburg, Va. 




0(Hint|| Morris 
Hist()r\ & (;ovt 
Kort Lauderdale, Fla. 



Leonard Muse 

Historv 
Washington. DC 




Everetta Myers 

Social Welfare 
Sumter. SC 




Gloria Newbold 

Elementarx Hd. 
Miami, Fla 




William Newkirk 

Physical Ed 
Rocky Point, N.C. 



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Marie E. Sanders 

Business Education 
Blatkville, SC. 




Barbara Outlaw 
Secretarial Science 
Windsor, N-C 



Jesse Payne 

Physical Ed 
Hillsborough. \ C 





Lionel Randolph 
Sociolog) 
New York, N-Y. 




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\ t-ra Roberson 

Business Ed. 
KobtTst.rnille, N C. 




Mflvin Robinson 
Business Adm. 
Raleigh. N.C. 



Harold Rodgers 

Business Adtn 
Brookl\n, X ^ 




Philbert Ross 

Business Adm 
bheibv. \.C. 





LaTanya Sanders 
Klt'irientar\ Educatio 
Raleigh. \.C. 



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Danny Scarborough 

English 

Wake Forest, \,C. 



Annie Savage 
Sociology 
Bfula\iile, \ C 



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Robert Shepard 
Cht-rnistrv 
Garner, .\ C. 



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Robert Simpkins 
Biisirifss Adm 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Vinez Singletar>' 
Business Ed 
Raeford, NC- 





^ Geraldine Spencer 

1 Music 

J Hellertown, Pa. 




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Elvira Stewart 

Sociologv 
Raleigh. N.C 




Lila Stevens 

Social Welfare 
BrookKn, NY. 



Sheila Stocker 

Biology 

Key West, Fla. 




Myrtle Strickland 

Physical Ed. 
Wendell, N.C. 





James Sweatt 

Business Adm. 

Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 




Bertha Teele 
English 
Everetts. N C 



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Marionetlf Tiilen. 

Bioiogv 

Va. Beach. Va. 




Kddie Turner 
Klem Kd. 
Roaimke, Va. 



Nathaniel \enninji 
Biislnt'ss Acini 
Charlt\ston, SC 




\\ illiam Watson 
Binl.iKX 

Rdleigh. N,C. 





Alfred VVhilley 

MuMr 

Miami, Kloridu 




Ella Wilkins 
Elem Ed 
Anman, S.C. 



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Geneva Williams 

Social Welfare 
Spartanburg, SC 



Donald Williams 

iiology 
Cleveland, Ohio 





James Williams 

Business Adni 
Philadelplua, Pa 









Jimmy Williams 

Klem Ed 
Miami, Florida 







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Linda Williams 


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Raleigh, N.C 


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Robert Williams 

Sociology 
Allentown, Pa. 



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Willie Wills 

Business Adm. 
Enfield, N.C. 




Linda Wilson 
El em Ed, 
Aelna, N.C. 



Robert Winslow 

English 
Washington, DC. 




Donna Winters 

Business Adm 
Raleigh. NC 





Viola Yeates 

Sociology 
Ahoskie, N.C. 




Ronald Young 
History & Govt 
Savannah. Ga 



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Activities 



Eyes turned, 
intent upon a speaker 
Lips taut, muscles ready 
for a final effort 
Voices calling, singing, 
arguing, interrupting 
Faces, alive 




Af 



American 
Festival 




Art Exhibit; carvings and oil paintings are part of an art exhibit of 
African art. Gerard Seqoto did the painting "Mother and Child 
The statues are from Ghana 



Stokle\ Carmichael speaks on black unit\ during Afro-American Festival 
Week.' 




Students observing special exhibit prepared by BSL during Afro-American Festival Week. 



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Miriam Makeba. center, international singing personality, listens intently as her husband. Stokley 
Carmichael. addresses St Augustine's students. 




President Robinson greets African visitors during Afro-American Week festivi- 
ties. 



During a time when most Afro-Americans are 
fervently seeking to identify and rediscover 
their rich heritage, the college conducted an 
impressive Afro-American Festival Week. This 
Festival, conducted in three sessions, provided 
a wealth of information on the history and 
culture of the black man. 

The first session heard Dr. Boniface T. 
Obiehere, of UCLA, trace slavery through 
four continents. Several other guest speakers 
spoke on such interesting and informative 
topics as "Slavery through Reconstruction in 
America , "Slave Codes of the Western 
World' , and the " Philosophy, Economics and 
Justification of Slavery". 

Dr. Earl Thorpe, of North Carolina 
College, keynoted the second session centering 
his talk around the contemporary black man. 
He related that the central theme of the 
contemporary black man has been the quest 
for freedom, equalitv and affirmation of his 
manhood. 

The evening was rounded out with an address 
by Stokley Carmichael, who stressed love and 
unitv of the black man for each other. 



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Diinru-ll Morris. Studfril CduiRil Hresident. inlrodiice; 
his Excellency, K. M. Debrah, Ambassador to the I'riited 



States Irom Oliana, as the kevnote speaker during the 
final da\ of tile Alro-ArTlerican Festival 



His E.\cellenc\, E. M. Deljrah, Anilnissaclor to 
the United States from (Ihana, concluded the 
week's festiv ities, gi\ing an appraisal of the 
significance of histor\- relati\e to Africa and 
the black man. Mr. Debrah eniphatically 
stressed that "The opacjue view of the past 
stems from a deliberate distortion of histor\ 
and a flagrant suppression of part of it . 

Throughout the festi\e w eek, stimulating and 
impressive artifact were on display in the 
Benson Librar\ along with a special display 
by the Black Student Union. The collections 
were numerous and included charcoals, 
woodcuts, silk screens, and color etching. 




"'Slawr\ as a World Movement Discussed" [,-R: Dr. Boniface Obiehere, 
ICL.\, Mr Julius Nirnmons. St. .-Kugustine s C^ollege. instructor; Dr. 
Melvin Drimmer, Atlanta Lniv. lecturer; Dr. Dalbert Williams. Kdward 
Asare of Ghana; and Cyril I. Nwosu of E. Nigeria, students. 





Co-ed Cynthia Goza speaking out at discussion on the Negro intellectual 



L-R Dr Dalbert Williams. Daniel .Akpan. Hovsard Lni\ ; Dr Baf)alola. 
Howard Univ.. .Ambassador E M t^elirah ot (ihana. and Dr Smart 
Ekpo. Townson State College, Bait 




FALCONS MEET SECRETARY OF STATE, DEAN RL'SK Eula 
Humphre\, Carla Po\\ell. and Dcmneil Morris, Student Council Presi- 
dent talk to Secretar\ ot State, Dean Rusk durint^ the .Associated Stu- 



dent Covernments Conventifin in Washington, D.C. November 27 
through December 1, at the .\la\Ho\\er Hotel and State Department 
The other tuo delegates are troni the I niversit\ of Texas 



Student Council Pres. received endorsement from Vice-Pres. Humphrey. 




)onnell D Morris, President of the Student Council and Larry Omega Bro«n, 
jmpaign Manager for Donnell is shoun shaking hands with \ice-President 
lubert H Humphrey while in Raleigh in March of 196S attending an Agri- 
ulture C^onvention at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium 



Dear Student Bc)d\ : 

As Vice President of the L'nited States of 
.Vnierica it gi\ es me great pleasure and pride 
and a distinct honor to endorse the candidacy 
of Donnell D. Morris for the office of President 
of the Student Gov ernment Association for the 
academic \ear 1968-69. 

Having served in the Student Government of 
St. Augustine s College for the past two and a 
half vears and President and Vice-President of 
Dillard Senior Comprehensive High School and 
State President of the Florida State Student 
Council Association certainK gives him a varied 
background and extensive training for this 
most honoretl position. 



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In impressive ceremonies, saturated with pomp and dignitv, lovely 
and gracious Lorraine Green was crowned "Miss St Augustine's 
College" by the outgoing queen, Miss Janice Maultsbv. 




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With eloquence and emotion Lorraine expressed her awareness of the tremen- 
dous responsibilities involved in her role as the college queen, and pledged 
faithfully to carry out its challenges. 




Coronation of Our Queen 




"Miss St- Augustine's College and her Court" 
Carolyn Jones, Brenda Byrd, Lorraine Green. Mildred Jones. Cynthia Jones 



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The new realization, on the part of Negroes, that the ' 
possession of political pow er delegates to them the 
means of counteracting so main of their 
shortcomings is s\ niholized in the strong efforts of 
Dr. Reginald Haw kins in his hid for the N.C. 
gubernatorial scat during the b\gone elections. Dr. 
Hawkins, the first Negro candidate to run for 
governor in N.C. made it clear that he did not care 
to be the governor of black people alone. He appealec 
in particular to the liberal, the young, the black and 
the poor. He attacked relentlessK industr\, the 
National Teachers Association, the Public Welfare 
System, and emplo\ merit agencies, charging them 
respecti\el\ w ith undcremplox ment, prejudice, 
lackadaisical attitudes and inefficienc\ . 

Haw kins urged the registration of eligilile voters as 
only some oOO.OOO of some 700,000 potential voters 
were registered. 

The Political Science CAuh recognized his rising 
prominence in the political arena and had him as our 
guest speaker on campus \la\ 14. He challenged the 
students to equip themselves for the jobs of tomorrow 
and predicted that the genius of tomorrow "will 
come out of the ghetto '. 



They Came, They Spoke . . . We Listened 



The note of "political power' was again 
sounded on campus w ith the advent of Senator 
Clarence Mitchell of Mar\ land as the guest 
speaker of the January oOth All College 
Assembly. "Become involved and not 
acquiesced to the power structure, w hich is 
politics ", preached Mitchell. He condemned 
StoklcN (^armichael and Rap Brown's activities 
as geared by egotism and selfish motives. He 
expressed confidence, not disenchantment in 
the American \outh. "I believe ", he said, 'that 
the young generation will be the salvation of 
our nation and the world". He reminds us that 
the youth did not produce dirt\ movies, dope, 
and other things for which the\ are blamed. 
Mitchell was well received by the student bod\. 
His appearance represents the efforts of the 
I.ycenm (Committee to attract prominent 
national servants and others to the campus. 



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Student Leadership Conference 



At no other time in recent history has there 
been a greater need for Administration- Faculty- 
Student collaboration in the procurace and 
maintenance of an energetic and productive 
educational system. St. Augustine s tries to keep 
abreast of the times, and as such, on October 
12,13, the third annual Administration- Faculty- 
Student Conference was held at Umstead Park, 
Raleigh. 

It is a fact-finding mission. A program geared 
towards the realization of the interests of all 
involved. The isolation, the study, and the 
remedial action recommended for relationship 
problems, all make for a better, well lubricated, 
dynamic educational machine. 

The two guest speakers of the conference, Mrs. 
Hazel Logan, guidance counselor at Fred J. 
Carnage Junior High School, Raleigh and Mr. 
Julius Nimmons of the St. Augustine s History 
Department, discussed Leadership — the 
qualities of a leader and his role in society. 
Means for promoting academic excellence were 
probed. Mr. Richard Mizelle, guidance 
counselor, St. Augustine s, led a discussion on, 
"The Expectations of Students, Faculty and 
Administration." Recommendations were 
drafted and the same committee was to meet 
at intervals during the school year to further 
study and possibly implement the suggestions. 
Student representatives to the conference were 
drawn from different social, academic, and 
greek organizations. City students and students 
unaffiliated with any organization were also 
represented. 

The snapshots show how there was time for 
recreation and sports. Since in these informal 
activities so much cordiality and understanding 
is displayed, there is no reason why such a 
pattern could not be adopted in formal and 
academic matters. Then, for the administration, 
faculty and students, the sea of interaction 
would be as tranquil and placid as that pictured 
here and all will "paddle along with some 
unity of purpose. 




After spirited discussions, the mind relaxes and concentrates on pleasant and lively 
recreation. 




Participants were; left to right, Selestine Joyner. Dean A, V, Hunt, James Burt, Doris 
Milliard, Dorothy Barksdale, Donnell Morris, Peter Adams, Eula Humphrey. Mr 
Richard Mizelle, Louis Coe, Donald McCoy, Sequoia Weatherford, Winnie Robinson, 
Miss Ruby Austin, Raymond Gilmore, and Gary Waytes. 





The spirit of the Christmas Season was 
enhanced with a consolidated Christmas 
Concert by the Choir, Vocal Ensemble, and 
Concert Band. 





Manhattans Entertain During Homecoming. 
The Student Council added an exciting note 
to homecoming week activities by sponsoring 
the talented and versatile Manhattans. Also 
performing with the Manhattans were the 
equally exciting Magnificents. 



The Manhattans 



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The Lyceum Series Opens 



Not merely a fitting compliment to this year s 
Lyceum Series, but indeed also one of its 
highlight personalities, was the beloved 
Amanda Ambrose. If you had to label her 
you would probably term her a jazz singer, but 
one with a most unique and arresting style. 
A delicious blend of ballads, blues, jazz, rock 
and gospel music — captivating the senses and 
intoxicating the soul. A singer "cum ' piano, 
comedienne and actress. Miss Ambrose grips 
and delights an audience with any mood she 
chooses to simulate. Endlessly spontaneous, 
consistently infectious and engaging, the thing 
about this artist is that she is " FUN '. 




Versatility, vigor, charm, and magnanimity — soul sister Amanda receives orchid from coed Carolyn 
Fisher. 

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Don Cossack Dancers 




The pomp of the military, tlie histiness of the ensemble, the frivolry and dexterity of the circus, 

A star attraction of the lyceiim program was 
the Gen. Plantoff Don Cossack Chorus and 
Dancers who appeared on campus Dec. 4. This 
group is one of the most impressive group 
internationally known — having touched on 65 
countries in their itinerary. This all male 
group in their bright uniforms, take on a 
military appearance w hen the\ stomp onto 
stage in such perfect formation. Then w hen 
they burst forth in song so lustily, your hair 
raises on end. So frighteningly might\ , mellow 
are their voices. Just as talented are they as — 
dancers — "The Dagger Dancers they are 
called, as they implement daggers in many of 
their breath-taking acts. 

They draw large crowds wherever they go and 
they had a very appreciative audience at our 
Emery Building when they graced us with 
their presence. 



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One of the main features of the Lyceum series, the North CaroHna Symphony Orchestra, was fea- 
tured in our October concert. Under the expert baton of Benjamin Swahn, it was a dehghted and 
stimulating performance in the Emery Health and Fine Arts Center. 



87 





88 



The Musical Arts Quintet 




Michael Sullivan 



89 




Michael Sullivan, flamincoand guitarist 




Freshmen, 
Sophomores 
Juniors 



Quicksilver faces 



Ever changing 



Ever growing 



Suddenly grown 




Adams, Maria. '70 
Henderson 

Adams, Peter, 70 
Raieigh 

Albury. Spencer, '72 
St, Petersburg. Fla. 



Aldridge, Shirley, "70 
Raleigh 



Alston, Jerry, '71 
Louisburg 



Alston, Mary, '71 
Halifax 

Alston, Novella. '71 
Louisburg 

Alston, Phyllis. '71 
Franklinton 



Ames, Carolyn, 70 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Anderson. Jemetta, '71 
■i Charleston, SC. 

is Anderson. Vivian, 72 

Amitvville, N.Y. 



92 



2s**ftM!ri?iL_ 




Andrews. Darrell. '71 
Raleigh 

Archer, Mattie, '72 
Louisville, Ga 

Armstrong, Eric, '72 
Charleston, S.C. 



Arnold, Annie Pearl. 71 
Raeford 

Ash. Helena, '70 
Hollywood, Fla. 

Askins, Toney, 71 
Jamaica, NY. 



Austin, JoAnne, 72 
Jackson\ ille. Fla. 

Avert, Eddie, '71 
Roanoke Rapid 

Aver> . Louries, "72 
Four Oaks 



Backman, Theresa, '72 
Charleston, SC- 



Badger, Leroy, 
Clavton 



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Baham. Jocelvn, "0 


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_^ Bailey, Clifton, 72 
IB VV'ashinrton 


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Bandy. Bessie. '71 
Nashville 



Banes, Leiia. 70 
Miami. Fla. 



Barbour. Effie. '71 
Clayton 

Barnes, Jacqueline '71 
Goldsboro 

Barnes, Joseph. '71 
Nashville 



Barnes, 


Juanita, ' 


72 


Wilson 






Barnes, 


Margaret 


■71 


Green V 


lie 




Barnett 


Patricia, 


72 


Camden 


,N.J. 





94 




Bates. Marshall. 70 
Raleigh 

Battle. Doris. '71 
Whitakers 

Batts, Constance, '71 
Jamaica. \ V. 



Bazemore. Evelyn, "70 

Yonkers. NY- 

Beal, Valeria, 72 
Arlington, Va 

Becknell. Prince, '72 
Raleigh 



Beckwith, Artelia. 
Raleigh 

Bell, Hazel. "72 
Williamston 

Bethea, Alma, 72 
Greensboro 



Birdsall, Barbara. '70 
Raleigh 



Black, Sandra, '72 
Robersonville 



95 




Blakeney, Donald. 70 
Washington, DC. 

Blalock, Sarah. '70 
Raleigh 

Bland, Rosa, "70 
Petersburg, Va. 



Blocker, Gwendolyn. '71 
Washington. D.C. 



Boddie. Linda. "72 
Nashville 



Boger, Windilynn. '70 
Charlotte 

Bomar, Sharon, '70 
Plainsfield, N.J- 

Bond, Viola. "70 
Windsor 



Booth, JoAnne, '71 
Henderson 

Boyce, Frieda, '71 
Rich Square 

Boyce, Johnnie, 72 
Rich Square 



96 



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Bn\er, KsttT, 72 

Bn-fdi-n, Rainnna, 72 
Hamlet 

BrdatUis, Susan, 72 
Crocr, S C 



Brock. Marion, 72 
Coldsboro 

Brooks. All)trt, 70 
Charleston, S C 

Brown. Benjamin, "71 
Miami. Fla 



Brown. Carrie, '72 
KenU 

Brown, Daniel, 71 
C^lu'sapeake. \ a 

Brown, Lavone, 71 

Gastonia 



Br<)wn, Margaret, '70 
Inman, SC 



Brown, Mar\ , 72 
Hemingway, SC- 



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97 




Brown, JacqueKti. 70 
Frogmore, S C' 

Brown. Patricia, "72 
Pt'tershurii. ^ a. 

Brown, Shirlev. "72 
New Bern 



Bruton. Myra. "71 
Perrine. Fla, 

Br\ant. Dolores, '71 
Johns Island. SC, 

Bulluck, Judy, 70 
Rockv Mount 



Burchette, Marquita, '72 
Washington, DC 

Burden. Elizabeth, '72 
Charleston, SC. 

Burnette, Dennis. '71 
Mebane 



Burnette. Raymond. 70 
Raleigh 

Burw ell, Grace, 70 
Henderson 

Burwell, Marcus, '72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Byrd. Delia, '71 
Clayton 

Cain. Wilbert. '72 
Maxton 

Caldwell, Francena. '70 
Jenkinsville, SC. 



98 




Carballo, Angela, '72 
Norfolk, Va 

Carr. Stella, "70 
Raleigh 

Carrint;t(»n, Brenda, 72 
D.irhani 



Carson, Cornell, Ti! 
Tr\ on 

Carter, Susie, '70 
Batesburg, S.C. 

Canacl\ , Edna. 70 
Kjnston 



Cannad\, JoAnne, 71 
Raleitih 

Cart\ , JoAnne, 72 
Ne\\ Bern 

Chambers, Mamie, '71 
Winston-Salem 



Chapman, Nellie, '71 
Avden 



Chester, CaroKn, 71 
Miami, Fla 



99 




( lirisp ll.ittii-. '72 

M,-rHlrTsn„ 

Cl.irk. Shnla, 71 
()p.i-l,..rka, Fla. 

Cobb. Louise, "71 
Washington, D.C. 



c:(>c, Liiuis. '72 
Plill;.<li'lphia, Pu, 



Collier, Richard, '70 
Robbins, 111, 



Cnnw ell, Dorna, , I 
Rich S(|uarc 

(."ooper, Frederick, '71 
Oxlord 

(^ottinsliani, Patricia, 70 
Philadelphia. Pa. 



< :o\. (^aroKn. '70 
K.ile.uh 



( j)\. I.iiida. 71 
H.iper 

Cox, Tomniv, '72 
Roper 



100 



X-.v^-?.'-'r- 




Crandall, Marv. '7(1 
RobersonvilK- 

Oais. ('harlts, '72 
Plnl.iiltl|.hi.i, Pa 

Cr.iEliiol. |anu-s.'72 
(.rrrllMllr 



Crauford, Deborah. 71 
Ashcv.lli- 

(:ra"li\. Delia. 71 
B(.-t(.ll, \la-s 

Oedle. Betty, '72 
Ba\ iKirii 



t:ro()k, Bdbbie. '72 
Chesnee, S.C. 

Cr(isb\ . Kenneth, 72 
(Greensboro 

Cnitliip, Ronald, 70 
Ciliesapeake, V'a, 



Caiffee. Lionel, '70 
C'hesapeake, Va 

Cvirrie. Larr\ . 70 
\\ hiteville 

Cairne. Reginald, '7 
Coldsboro 



Daughert\ . Russell, 72 
Camden, \ J 

Davis, ,Shirle\, '72 
Taxlors, S C 

Debnam, Henry, '72 
Raleigh 



101 




Dehnam, Shirley, '70 
Wake Forest 

Dei;raffenried. Yvonne, ' 
(irahani 

De\'aric, Linda, '72 
Garland 



Ditkens, John, / 2 
Raleigh 

Dickens, Peter, "70 
Tarboro 

Diggs. Jerry. '71 
Wilson 



Dorsey, Mose, '71 
Raleigh 

Dunn. Alene, 72 
Zebulon 

Durham. Brenda. "' 
Robersonville 



Durham, Carber, '71 
Coldsboro 

Durham. Gloria. '71 
West Palm Beach, Fla- 

Kadd\. Rachel. '71 
Wendell 



Earp, Evel\n, '71 
Cla\ton 

Eatman, Gail, '72 
Newark. NJ. 

Edmundson, Dorothy, "71 
Pleasantville. N J. 



102 



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Kdmuiids, Elmira, 72 
\(irfolk. Va. 

Edwards, Ernestine, 70 
Selma 

Edwards, Lucy, '72 
Selma 



Edwards, Shirley, "71 
Rocky Mount 

Edwards, Bill, "71 
Norfolk, Va. 

Ellis. Ronald, 70 
Toledo, Ohio 



Estes, Christine. '71 
Durham 

Euiand, Ethel, 72 
Charleston. SC. 

Evans. Linda, 72 
V^irginia Beach. \'a 



Evans. Nanc\. '70 
Raleigh 



Fisher. Carol, '70 
Brooklvn. N V 



103 




Flo\cl,()tl<.. 71 
New herr\ . S (.'. 

Kord, Carolvn. "TO 

Wilson 

Kord, Janette, "72 
Charleston. S.C. 



r-.rd, \oxclla,'72 
Wilson 

Koster. CaroKn. '70 
Starti'\. SC 

I osttT. Dorotin, '70 
Kakiyh 



KosttT. Linda. '72 
Starte\. SC 

Foster. Lonnie, '71 
Rock\ Mount 

Foster. Patricia. '70 
Greer. SC. 



Fouche. Louis, 72 
Oraniie. N.J 

F()\\ ler, J()\ ce, 70 
Taylors. S C 

Kullrr, Linda, '72 
Hanipstead 



Fuller, Patricia, 

Mrhaiir 

(iajl, Karen. 71 
Charleston, S C 

(iar\ , Rosa. 72 
Pendleton 



104 



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Crthi-rs. Shirley, '72 
Charleston. S C: 

(ieathiTS, Tlu'hna. 71 
(;fiarh'stnn, S G. 

Garris, Gibberteen, "70 
Wvandaneh. \ Y 



Gibbs. Luther. 71 
Charleston Heights. SC. 

Cilchnst, Shirlev, '72 
Clutrlcston. SC 



C;ill. Patricia, 71 
Louisburs 

Gilliam, Mel\ ilie. 71 
Windsor 

Gilmore. KveKn, "71 
Bowman, SC. 



Glenn. Cleo, '72 
Ne\vberr\ , SC 

(ilenn, Sharon, '71 
Sparta 

C;odlo\. Ida, '72 
Belhaven 



(Joffigan, Lydia, '70 
\irsinia Beach. Va. 

Gooding, Cassandra, '72 
La Grange 

Goodmond. William. 72 
Goidsborn 



105 




Gordan, Robert, "72 
N'irginia Beach, Va. 

Go/.a. Cynthia, '70 
Kalei^h 

Graham, (Jhcr\ I, 71 
LaGrange 



Ciraham, Frances, '70 
Bolton, S, C 

Grant, NeUie Mae. '71 
George 

Ciraves. Ahce, 71 
Garner 



Graves, MariKn, "70 
Garner 

Gray. Agnes, '72 
Battlesboro 

Green, Ann, 70 
Raleigh 



Green, Rosa Marie, 70 
Raleigh 

Green, Roxanna, '72 
Maxton 

Hall, Betty Jean, '71 
Ltimberton 



Hall. BurnaW..'70 
Fletcher 

Hall, Claudia. '72 
Miami, Fla. 

Hall, Kenneth, "71 
Jersey Cit>, \.J. 



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Gilchrist. Loretta, '71 
CamtTon 

Hall. Vista, '72 
Beulaville 

Hannibal, Crefton, '71 
Rahway, NJ. 



HardtMi, Danette, '70 
Savannah, Ga 

Harden, Ph\llis, "71 
Norfolk. Va 

Hardv, Velinda. 70 
Filler\ 



Hargrove, Patricia, '71 
Battleboro 

Harkle\ , Earlene, "72 
Havelock 

Harrell. Patricia, '71 
Pendleton 



Harris, Ann, "71 
Kittrell 

Harris, Bobb\, 71 
Farniville 

Harris, Ella Lee, '70 
Pantego 



Harris, Ga\e. 70 
Rock\ Mount 

Harris, Mildred. '72 
Louisburg 

Harrison, Angellia. '72 
Norfolk. Va 



107 




Haskins, Stcvlrne, '71 
Norfolk, Va 

!l.n\ kins, (;|, {ford, 71 

l.onisliiirii 

Hawkins. Marietta. 71 

Kalcitih 



I la w kins. I lumias, 71 
I ,tMiislniri^ 

I Ia\ w null. Christine, '72 
(ieori^etow n. Si', 

Henr\, Willie Mae. '71 
Ivanliiic 



Heme. Deborah. 70 
(Charleston. S.C. 

Heme. Rodne\ . '72 
C'harleston. S (^ 

Hewett, Barbara. '70 
SuppK 



Hewlett. Alexander. "71 
Kiehniond. \ a, 

Hilton. Annette. "72 
Hampton, \'a. 

Mines, Fllestine. '72 
Philadelphia. Pa. 



Mines, Robert. "70 
Roek\ Nbiunt 

Minton. Berniee. '70 
Cramer 

Hoiiey. Mary R, "71 
Harrel!sville 



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Hc.lnifv Jiiliii, '71 
Hnierj Ik-ach, l-'la 




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Hood, Rhucla DarKne, 7 
W akf Forest 

Hortoii. Waller. '72 


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Wendell 

Hdrtnii, W illiam. Jr , '70 


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C^iilunilila 


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HiHiston, Andrew T., '70 


[IHK^^~-4 


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Jersey City, N.J 


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HmI 


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Huw artl. Sandra. 72 
\\aslii„m„n 




Hnlihard. W.lliam. '71 
Marslndlr 

Huffman, Jirnni\. '71 
Ruse Hill 

Uutiiiins, Jacqueline. '70 
Charleston, S.C, 



Hunt, J( 


:)vce, '71 


Riiper 




Ingram, 


Steven, '72 


NewFh: 


iven. Conn, 


Iv.)r\, S 


arali, 71 


FKirence. S C, 



Jackson, Cornelia, '72 
Mattoon, III. 

Jackson. Dorothea. "72 
Washington. DC 

Jackson. John Wesley, 71 
Mt Pleasant, .S C. 



109 




Jacobs, Elaine, '71 
Rich Square 

Jacobs, Gloria, 72 
Rich Square 

James. Edward III. '70 
Charleston, West Va. 



James, Larry, "70 
Wilmington 

Jeffries. William, 72 
Burlin,t;t()n 

Johnson, Clifford, '70 
Norwalk, Conn, 



Johnson. James, '71 
Washington, DC. 

Johnson, Jerome, 70 
Raleigh 

Johnson, Lus\nthia, 71 
Newark, N.J. 



Johnson, Norma, 71 
Hillsborough 

Johnson. Thomas 
Virginia Beach, Vi 

Jolley. Harold, "71 
Goldsboro 



Jones, Carolyn. '71 
Goldsboro 

Jones. Enrique, 71 
Newark, N.J. 

Jackson, John. 71 
Mt. Pleasant. S.C. 



no 




Jones. George A , 70 
Garner 

j{)ne5, Michael. '72 
Chicago, 111. 

Jones, Mildred, 70 
\ irginia Beach, Va 



Jones, Morris, 70 
Philadelphia, Pa 

Jones, Nanc\ . '72 
Clinton 

Jones, Olga, 71 
Raleigh 



Jones, Paula Jean, "71 
Raleigh 

Jones, Phyllis G. '72 
Raleigh 

Jordan. Brenda L., '70 
Raleigh 



Jordan, Otis, "72 
Eure 

Jashua, Victor, '70 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Kelly, Richard, '71 

Newark, N, J. 



Kelly, Willie James, 
Lillington 

King, Cecilia. '71 
Goldsboro 

King, Shirley, '72 
Lucama 




Kiiilau, Doris, '71 
Bolton. S,C 

I.adsoii. HcrhL-rt. 70 
Pleasant, \ C. 

Lake, Conrad Kmerson, '71 
BrnokKn. \ ^ 



I.ane. Edward, '72 
Brdlord Hills. \ V 

Laws. Chfr\l.'72 
Raleieh 

Law son, Sharon, 71 
W ashinutiin, DC. 



Leach, Lrncstine. 70 
Kuqiia\ , \'arina 

I,fConiit, W Mliam. 71 
Towiist'nd, (;a 

Leonard, Koseniarv, '72 
Trenton, N.J. 



Levister, James. '71 
Lonisburg 

Lew is, Sandra, 70 
\irginia Beach, Va. 

Lew is. Sher> I, 71 
Opa Locke. Fla, 



Lew is. Vale. '71 
Washington, DC, 

Lvw ter, I n in^, "71 
Bronx, \ V 

Little, EveKn. '72 

Rol)erson\ille 



112 



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IaHIv. I.ind.t, '72 
RoluTSoiivillr 

Loiiii. Pinilis. 70 
Washiniitoii, DC, 

Long, Rosa. '71 
Leesville, S.C. 



Low i'r\ . Diaiine, 72 
Timnmnsvillf. S.C, 

l.ncas, Altrfd, '72 
(iillsidr, \Ul 

Lucjs. Hennitia. '70 
Charlcslon. S.C. 



Lucas, Lavdlia, '71 
Wiis.m 

Lucas. Patricia, '72 
Kniiihtdalc 

L\ mad, C> rithia. '70 
New York. NY 



Liind\, Sarah, '72 
Halcliili 

Lmiii, Donald, '71 
Raleigh 

L\<ms, Toina. '72 
Camden, \ J 



McAllister. Daphner, "72 
I* Raleigh 

s^ MeClamb, Jo\ce. '70 

Raleigh 

MeC^iilJers, Cloria. 72 
Raleigh 



113 




McDowell, Gcorglefle. '71 
New Yi>rk, \,Y 

\UI)>i"cll. Ihirr\, Jr,,70 
Ornirn 

McFayclen, Josfphine, '70 
Portsmouth, Va, 



Mc(;ill. C:l.,\l,„rm', '72 
Laru-aster, Pa 

McKiniion. I'rcdorkk '72 
Kaflord 

\lc\fil. Agnes, '71 
Krw in 



McNeill, \\'a>mond, 7U 
Hcd ,Sprin,gs 

McPhatler, Notre '7-^ 
Macfnrd 

McHae, Katherine, 72 
l.iimberton 



McWdhains, Wanda '72 
Knficid 

Mack, Cleveland, '71 
Boston, Mass. 

Mack, Joseph, '72 
Miami, Fla, 



Mack, \\ ilhelmena, '70 
Greer, S.C". 

Mackev, Gloria, '72 
Lancaster, S.C. 

Malone, N>dia, '72 
Philadelphia, Pa 



114 




\langrum, Connie, '72 
Hampton, \'a 

Manning, Jac(|neliru', "" 
V>rk. pJnn 

Marslilnini, Barbara. '7: 
Hoc-k\ Mount 



Martin. HtTbcTt. 70 
Latta. S C. 

Mask, Nathan E., "70 
rhiladelphia. Pa 

Mussenberg, Ciloria. 72 
Fftersburg. Pa 



Ma\ nard, Carniebta, 71 
Savannah. Ga. 

Mayo, Mary, 72 
Weldon 

Merritt, Mar\, '71 
Cla\ ton 



Merriweather, Johnnie, "70 
Raleigh 

Middleton, Francis, 72 
Charleston. SC 

Middleton, WilHam 
Goldsboro 



Mdes, Beaufort. 71 

Kaleigh 

Miller. Geroine, 72 
\e\\berr\ . S (! 

Mitchell. Lillian. 70 
Virginia Beach, \'a 



115 




\\vCa'\_ Michael. "72 

Monnu-, John. 71 

Mntitamir. \!:ir\. 72 
Oxford 



Mood\. Luc\ P. 'TO 
Roanoke Rapids 

\lu(irr, Cut-ndoKn. "71 
Hartipstcad 

Moore, Jac(|ut'line, 71 
Durham 



Mnore. John.'72 

W'ashiiiiiton 

Moore, Rosemarv , '70 

"l~uskei;ee hist Ala 

Moore. Sandra. 71 
Rock\ Point 



Nhtrant, (iartlenus, 72 
Orriim 

Morgan. Carol. '72 
Wake Forest 

Moring, Barhara. 70 
Raleigh 



Mosele\. Roosevelt, 70 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Mosele\, Brenda, 70 
LaGrange 

Mouzon, Carmen, '71 
Macon 



,/ i / -;. 



116 



msmasa 



niiti»M"^r»^" ■ 




Mazon, Deborah, "7- 
Washiniitiin, D C 

Miiirilnrd, |ud\.'72 
\ iriimia Bcacli, \ a 

Murpln. David, 72 
Bruaduax 



Murpln, Sllirl.-\,'72 
Har(s\dli.\ S,C, 

M\ t-rs, Klit'n 
JerM'\ Cit\, N J 

Ncc-K, BfM'rl\, '70 
West HiilK«(H,d, Fla 



NicK, Patricia. ',0 
C^hiiia Cir(ne 

Nesbit, Ronald, "72 
.Ashevillo 

New sonu', Be\ erl\ , 71 
\\ils..n 



Newsome, Chester, 72 
Conwas 

Nelson, (airoi, '70 
Neu RoeheUe, \ Y 

Noble, George VV, '70 
Darien, Ga 



Nwosu. C\Tii I., '71 
I'muahla, E, Nigeria 

Ote\, Carol .\nn. 70 
W'ushingttin, DC 

Ote\'. Nanc\, 72 
Washington. DC 



117 




Ote\. Koland. "71 
Washington. D.C. 

()\\ tiis, Rhonda. Tii 
W'Lishingtnn 

Parkt'r, Henr\ , "72 
Somerville. Mass. 



ParkcT. S\l\ia H . 70 
Ct'tlar (irove 

Pallerson, Mar\. "70 
Red Springs 

GethtTS. Shirlc\ , "72 
Charleston. S.C. 



Peacock. Loretta, '70 
Garner 

Perkins. Carolyn. '70 
\'ancehoro 

I'err\ , (^arv , '71 
Wendell 



Perry, Claudia, '70 
Wendell 

Perry, Joyce Ann, '70 
Louisburg 

Pettus, KLsie. '71 
New York. N.V, 



Pet\\ a\ , Frances, "72 
\\'hitakeers 

Pe\ tnii. Jennie M,, '71 
Car\ 

Pierce, F'dmund, 70 

\\ iridsor 



118 



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Fittnuiir. C:h;irli)tti', '71 
Ki. field 

I'ltlriiaii, 'rtiiirmaii, 70 
linrk\ \lnniil 

P(irnpe\ . Jaiim-tlf. '70 
Philadelphia, Pa 



Ponic, jasmine, 72 
HaU-ish 

Potter. Walter, '71 
Mt Pleasant, S.C- 

Powell, E]\'a, '72 
\\'hite^ille 



Powell, Gordon, 71 
Knglewood, \, J 

Po«e!l. Ruth, '72 
Hartsville, S,C. 

Pretty, C:arol\n, 71 
Raleigh 



Price. Teresa, "72 

\\'ashiiigton 

Pntehelt, Ronald. '72 
Henderson 

Purvis, Legistrean, '72 
OakCit\ 



Quick. Ronald, '72 
Raleigh 

Quinn, James W 
Trenton 

Ramseur, .\ndre, '71 
High Point 



1)9 




Raiitl, Barlnini.'Tl 
Rali'isll 

KaiKl.ilph. l,a\arnla 
\<« 'l.irk, \ 'I 

Kasphcrn , Dc.iiald, '71 



Ri'inbtTt, JaC(|uel\n, '71 
Charlt'ston, S C. 

Ki'Vis, Barbara, '72 
l,a(;ralisi' 

Richardson, Slieila, "72 
Wcndfll 



Ricb, .\rli',stfr, '71 
Rock\ M..iint 

Roberts, BcverK, '71 
Bronv. N,V. 

Ri.herts, McKiii,'72 
Orruin 



Rdlu-rts, \anc\'. 71 
Norfnik, Va, 

Roberts. Ronald, '72 
Lakeland, Fla 

Robertson, G\\endol\n, '72 
RaleiRh 



■ Robinson, Gordon, '72 

West Point, Va. 

Robinson, Joyce, '71 
CUnton 

Robinson, Rei;ina, 71 
Matinoba 



120 




H(il»iiison, Saiulra, Ti 
WrsI I'oiril, \a 

HuiMiisdii. W inriie, 72 
llcillks, \ 1 

HogtTS, Betty, '71 
He{l Springs 



Riigt-rs, Dorothea. 7U 
Biinii 

Rogers. 1(1.1. '72 
!■ .iriiu ilie 

Roper, Micheal. '72 
New Rochelle. N.V, 



Rowland. Isaac, '71 
Washington, D.C. 

Rovstoii. \'erna. "70 
Hampton. Va 

RuHin. \lar\. 70 
Loiusl)urg 



R\als. .Anntoniette, '70 
Townsend, Ga 

Sapp. Brenda. '72 
Fu(iua\ -X'arina 

Scott. I.ilhan. '72 
Raleigh 



Scott. Mar\ E. '71 
Raleigh 

Scott. Michael. '70 
Folsont. Pa. 

Scott, Peggv, '70 
Newport News, Va. 



121 




Scurlock, \ Ick, 71 
Durham 

Sliannon. Gloria, 70 

BcltTOSS 

Shaw, Frank, '72 
(Camden, \.J. 



Slifpard. NhiMtif, '71 
Garner 

Simmons, Garol, '72 
Miami, Fla 

Simmons, Juanita, '72 
(iiimberr\ 



Sims, Nora. 70 
Ft Pierce. Fla. 

Sititiletar\ . Celestine, '71 
Kaleiiih 

Singlftar\. Fditli, "70 
Kaieigh 



Skinner, Febbie, '70 
Chesapeake, Va. 

Small. Sandra, '70 
Pis mouth 

Small. Sen\a, 72 
PKinnnth 



Smalls, Kennith, '72 
Charleston. S.C. 

Smalls, S\l\ia. 71 
Wilmington 

Smasham, Joyce, '71 
Charleston. SC- 



122 




Smith. Alicia. '71 
Miami, Kla. 

Smith, Carrie, 71 
Kalei^h 

Smith, Eddie, '71 
Favetteville 



Smitli. Iaton . 71 

Smith, Lilhaii, "72 
[.ake W accamai) 

Smith, Lonice. "70 
Ciarkton 



Smith, Margaret, '71 
Roanoke Rapids. \a 

Smith, Ophelia, '70 
Tow nsend. Ga 

Smith. Mar\', '72 
\\ ashiriE^ton 



Smith, Patricia, "72 
Miami. Fla, 

Smith, Perc\', "70 
Rait'itih 

Smith, Pernelh 70 
South Hill, Va 



Smith, William. 70 
Hartford, Conn 

Spain, Ra\, 70 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Speller, \'errie>tine. '70 
Windsor 



123 




St^illiims, Hiliarcl. TO 
Jrrs.N (:it\. \ J 

StaiificU!. Shirie\, 71 
lAMsliMrt; 

Stanles, Barbara, '72 
Knbcrsom ille 



Stri)lifiis(iii, Sliirlc-\, '70 
(;ur\ ^Imrn, Va. 

Stewart, Kitty. 72 
Wyandancli. N.V. 

Sti'w arl, Patricia, '70 
Ralriuh 



Stovt-r, LeC^onte, "7 




Diirliani 




Sturtlivaiit. Shirlt'V, 


'70 


Ralfi^h 




Sutphin, Ann. '70 




South Boston, Va. 





Sutton. Judith, '70 
Brooklyn. N.V, 

Sydnor. Stephen, '70 
Arlington. \'a 

Svkes. Joseph, 70 
('oliiriihia 



lapp. Shata. 72 

Diirhaiii 

I a\ I'T. James. '72 
Windsor 

Ta\ h)r, Marjorio, 71 
Petersburg, \a 



124 



pBi^*^BiMH gu?^<^^i>»wgt»' ' ' ■■ "^ u ' j y^w wi n y ^ » '.■*t>try° 




Ta\ lor. Ruth, '71 
Miami, Fla, 

'I'rnipictiin, Corric. *70 
\!t Pleasant. S.C- 

rliimipMiii. Lf<inartl. '70 
Br..n\. NY 



TtKimer, How arcl. 72 
Philadrlphia, Pa 

Thomas. Jew el, 72 
FiK]ua\^\ arma 

Tiiomas, Robbie, 70 
LaCrosse, Va, 



Thompson, Mattie, '71 
Riviera Beach. Fla 
Thompson. Queen, '71 
I Iciulrrson 

Tisdale, Fiirman, 71 
('hase C;it\ . \ a 



Topping. Ph\ His, '71 
Belha\ en 

Tow iist'iid, napline, "72 
Orriirn 

Tucker. Louise. '71 
Spartauhurti, S-C. 



Turner, James, '71 
Hillsborougii 

L'mstead, Mary. 71 
Rock\ Mount 

l'mstead, Nellie, '70 
Rockv Mount 



125 




RalnKli 

L'pperiiian, (itoria. 71 

\i(_k, Willii-. 72 



W'alden. Regina, i2 
Rich Square 

Walker, Cflestine, '70 
Raleigh 

\\ alker, Zaiia, "72 
Washington, D.C. 



W.iil. Joyce, 72 
\ru Bern 

Wallace. Rhonda. '72 
K\eretts 

Ward. Charlotte, 72 
Belhaven 



Warren, Clara, 72 
(iarland 

Warren, Ma\ine, 72 
Raleigh 

Washington. Helen. 72 
Georgetown, S.C. 



Washington. N'irginia. 71 
Kenans\ ille 

Waters, Dei)orah, "72 
La Grange 

Watson. Patricia. 72 
Charleston. S.C. 



126 



iimm ys^ mwmmmimu im n .mi -^^ 




Wayles, Gary, TO 
Boston. Mass 

Weatlu-r., Donald. 70 
(iokisbiiro 

Wclih, CaroUn, 70 
Wi-kloii 



Wist, Jrrr\ \1 , 71 
Kosr Hill 

WhllakiT, Anna, 70 
Kniii-I.l 

Wlutf. Klla, 71 
Grct'n\ ille 



White, Joel, '72 
Bronx, N V 

White, Helen, 71 
Atmore, .\la 

White, Marilyn, '72 
Sacramento, California 



White, \erilell, 72 
\l.itta|i"n), \a 

\\hitle\. Gerald, 70 
DiRlle\ 

W ikluT, jae(]neK II, 72 
Durham 



Wilkins, Shirley, '70 
La(jrantie 

Williams, .Amelita, '70 
Chesapeake, \'a. 

Williams, Barbara. 72 
\'iriiinia Beach, \'a 



127 



5 




\\ IIIkhus, Barbara. '72 
Kockiiiiiham 

\\ illiams, Bett\. '72 
Ht-nclLTSon 

Williams. Catherine. '72 
Enfield 



Wilii.irns, Charles. '72 
Philailelphia, Pa. 

\\ illiam. Kl()\dst\ne. '72 
Haleiyh 

\\ illiams. Geneva 72 
Krifirlil 



I Williams. Inez. '70 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

\\ illiams. James. '70 
Rn.dkKn. \,Y, 

\\ illiams. Joann. '70 
Sumter, SC. 



Williams. MarKaret. '70 
Ralei.eh 

\\ illiams. Miehael. 71 
Klixabeth City 

\\ illiams. Wade, '72 
Durham 



V\'illiams, Wilma '72 
Rose Hill 

\\'illiams, N'irginia, '70 
Wake Forest 

Williamson. Martha. '72 
Wake Forest 



n^^r^^s^^ 




Wilson, Donald, '71 
South Boston, Va- 

Wilson. Isaih/70 
Windsor 

Winn. Richard. "70 
Brooklyn. NY 



■ :% Wood. Jean. '70 

■^;ii] Norf..Ik. Va 

;'>^-^ Woods. Brenda. "70 

\f\\ Bt-rn 

W(tods. katherine, 71 
Burlington 



woods. William. "72 
Bostt>n, Mass, 

Wray, Lawrence, '70 
Raleigh 

Wright, William. 71 
Sharon Hill. Pa 



Wvnn. Helena. 72 
W'llliamston 

Yates, Dorothy, 70 
Garner 

Yates. Mary Alice. '72 
South Hdl.Va 



Yates. Ramona, '72 
Hartsville. S C 

^ fornan, Perr\ . '71 
Lei and 



Young. Regina, '71 
'^^ Oxford 



129 




'-^It. 






Miller, Maxine, 72 
Garner 



Young. Zelma. '70 
Raleigh 







College Chapel, small only in size, 
awaits all who would enter. 



K»»M] 



*i n ii l» i ii .y i<* u j' i W»y" L 





Asa church related institution, St. Augustine s 
College can be categorized with hundred s of other 
such similar institutions, but it is here that the 
similarities become less distinguishable. 

During a time when many social, political, 
economic, and religious philosophies and doctrines 
are being questioned, the necessity to redefine basic 
christian doctrines relative to the black movement 
becomes increasingly important. As each young 
Afro-American asserts his and her right to complete 
freedom in the pursuit of their aspirations, the 
college has the monumental responsibility of 
providing not only academic preparation but also 
religious guidance. 

The college administration is responding to this 
challenge with all of the vitality and enthusiasm 
necessary to ensure success. 



Fr Clyde Beatty, the college chaplin 



Organizations 



Extra-curricular activities . . . 
who needs them? . . . 
maybe not a fifth year Freshman. 
But for those not in this category 
there are many organizations and 
they need members to function . , 
take vour choice! 




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.mir:}v''V \i.,.AKfmm\-}imm' I'l'i' 'mfmmimmwmmmmmmmmmmmp 



Editors Fought Battles Against 




Falcon 69 



m^m~ — . -■^....-^^^Kt^^^-i 



Bob Monroe Directing the show. 




The creation 

of Falcon 69 is (]uite unique in that none of the 
staff had ever put together a college yearbook 
before. Friendly, interested people who 
wandered into the office found themselves 
photographers, copy writers, section editors, 
and even an associate editor. Everyone w ho 
started a job, finished it, and each staff member 
managed to last throughout the year. 

I would especially like to thank those on the 
staff whose work w as onl\ part of their value; 
first my right hand the lovely Lorraine, who, 
through her dedication, was consistently in 
trouble . . . Shell get over it. My second 
associate editor Burt, between his arguments 
and his see food diet . . . ate all the food he 
saw; was really my backbone. Cofield, who 
could turn the office into a party just by showing 
up; Douglas and Conrad, whose efforts to 
outdo each other resulted in one of the best 
collections of yearbook photograph) in \ears. 
James Sweatt gave us a ver\ inclusive sports 
section. 

To say that I learned a lot from the experience 
of editing this book u ould be a gross 
understatement. All I can sa\ is thank you to 
those closest to me and to the book and hope 
they know what I mean. 

Bob Monroe 



Ha\c \ {HI t'\iT '' ^ 
Lorraine Green, ass. ed.; Bob Monroe, ed.; James Burt, ass. ed. 



134 



sleep, Deadlines, and Neglected Studies 




Tony ONeill and Donna Wintt-r^, Inisiness manaeers 




Angela Austin — senior section editor. 




James Sweatt, sports editor; Percy Smith, assistant sports editor. 



John " Butch" Monroe — cop\ editor 



135 





The 1969 Falcon 

Robert Monroe Editor-in-Chief 

James Burt Associate Editor 

Lorraine Green Associate Editor 

Anthon\ O Neill Business Manager 

Donna Winters Business Manager 

John Monroe Cop\ Editor 

Cynthia Jones Layout Editor 

James Sweatt Sports Editor 

Angela Austin Senior Section Editor 

THE STAFF 

Mildred Campbell Sharon Hemphill 

Delia Crawley Earlene Bethel 

Brenda Barnett Ruby Demesme 

Linda W ilson Ester Bo\er 

Percy Smith Willard Cofield 

Pat Cottingham Lillian Mitchell 

Sidney Ikner ^ Francina Caldwell 

James Abraham Barbara Moring 

Georgette McDowell Peter Adams 

Eula Humphrey Sharon Hall 

Frances C^armichael Carol Fisher 

Ruth Brice Elvira Stewart 

Carol Nelson Darrel Andrew 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Douglas Hunt Conrad Lake 



136 



pg^ ^'l-'m i nil i n— wPWff ." » 3 ff'*' Mi^ «ii.^».»^ 



'69 Falcon Was the Largest Yet Produced 





Ban ' tor the Boss 




Editor I nniaskt'tl 



Notliint; like origan I /at inn 




"He II get.ovcr it " 





Thev'II figure it out 



Togetherness is the name of the came. 



The hvinii end 




Student Government 




Creft Hannibal, Beverly Roberts. Jimnn Hoffman, Mary Holley. Barbara Williams, Lionel Cnffee, 
Kdward Fordham. SEATED: Gary \\a\tes, Eula Humphrey, Donnel Morris, Pres,, Brenda B\ rd, 
Louis Coe 



The purpose of the Student Council of St. Augustine s 
College is to provide a medium through which student 
opinion and thought are expressed; to receive 
criticism from the proper authorities of the institution 
and forward it to the student body with the council s 
recommendation and/or endorsement; to act as an 
intermediary between the student body and the 
administration and to have the power to make 
recommendations impartialU , except in the case of 
moral turpitude. 

The Student Council holds membership in several 
associated student government organizations, mainK , 
the North Carolina Student Governments Association 
and the National Confederation of Afro- American 
SGA. 

The many activities which the Student Council has 
presented reflect its desire to provide a well-rounded 
program for the student bod\ . 

We, the students of St. Augustine s College are proud 
of our progressive student government. 




Donnell D Morris. Student Co 



>ident 



138 



Alpha Phi Omega 



The newly installed chapter of Alpha Phi 
Omega National service fraternity has rendered 
services to the St. Augustine s FamiK and to 
members of the communit) . Members of the 
fraternity provided free transportation to 
the bus station for students and served as 
ushers during chapel services on Sunday. 

During the election, fraternitv members 
provided transportation for registered voters 
to and from the polls. In addition the brothers 
raised money for a needy family in the Raleigh 
area for Christmas. 

The fraternity has many future plans such as, 
re-establishing Boy Scout Troop 94 on our 
campus, coaching a cit\ baseball team, 
instituting a scholarship in the area of service 
to the school and raising mone\ for the 
United Negro College Fund. 




Conrad Lake, president 



(TT- -V' 155! 




1st ROW: Larr\ James, Douglas Hunt, Andre Ramseur, Vernon Roys- 
ter, Conrad Lake, Lonnie Foster, John Pitchtord. Advisor 2nd ROW: 



Daniel LilK, Jimmie Huffman, Gordon Powell, Glen Williams, Thomas 
Hawkins, Donald Davis, Lionel Cuffe. Larr> Currie 



139 



History Club 




SEATED: Phyllis Harden. R(ist.mar\ \liii>rf, Francina Calducll, Douglas DaMs. Lillian Milthcll 
STANDING; Helen Washington, Larr\ James, Mar\ Brown, Donnejl Morns, Mar\ Moiitisqiie, 
Colquitt Lawrence, Roosevelt MoseK 



The Histor\ club was organized during 
the 1967-68 school year with (^uintard 
Taylor as its first president. Its purpose 
is to stimulate histor\ majors, as w ell as 
other students, to do constructive projects 
for the betterment of Saint Augustine s 
College and the Raleigh comnumit\ . 

During our first \ear, we had such projects 
as voter registration, outstanding speakers 
and historic trips. ConseqiientK , we were 
awarded a certificate as the most outstanding 
club on campus. 

This year the Histor\ Club has such projects 
as a mock election, a Christmas drive for 
the Central Children s Orphanage in Oxford, 
N.C., Negro History week. Adult Education 
project and a Historian s Ball. 

The membership has increased to fifteen 
students and we are hoping that in the 
future, it v\ ill be the largest organization on 
campus. 




The Historx Club carries Christmas gifts to Central Orphanage in Oxford. No 
Carolina 



MO 



Phi Beta Lambda 




STANDING; Josephine McFjidden, Margaret Smith, Pernell Smith, Diane 
Coleman, James Williams, Katheleen Mayo Beard, Mary Austin, Donald 
McKoy, Eula Humphrey, Bettye Mitchell, Brenda Cox SEATED; Vinez Single- 



tar\, Blanche demons, Hercule Ballard, Myra Bruton, Ruth Ta\lor. Her- 
menia McLaurin 



The Phi Beta Lambda Organization was 
authorized in 1958 as the College Division of 
the future Business Leaders of America, A 
total of 390 chapters of Phi Beta Lambda are 
now operating in 40 states, Canada, and the 
Canal Zone. 

The Lambda Pi chapter of Phi Beta Lambda 
was formally installed by Dr, Alton V. Finch, 
State Chairman of Future Business Leaders 
of America and Phi Beta Lambda, East 
Carolina College, Greenville, North Carolina, 
on April 21, 1966. The charter for the 
organization was also presented b\ Dr, Finch 
to James Perry, President. 

The Purpose of the Phi Beta Lambda Business 
club is to gain knowledge and skills in the 
world of business and to stress academic 



excellence. 

Members of Phi Beta Lambda are students 
majoring in business — Business Education 
and Business Administration, 

Mr, J, H, Wheeler, President of Mechanics 
and Farmers Bank in Raleigh was guest 
speaker at the 1967 bancjuet. 

The program of 1968 consisted of lectures, 
seminars, a banquet, and a show and dance 
featuring the "Superbs" of Livingston College 
in Salisbury, North Carolina, The speaker 
for the banquet was Dr, T. M. Law, Dean of 
Saint Pauls College, Lawrenceville, Virginia. 
Mrs. T. C. Lennon, Mr, John Winters, and 
Mr. C. L. McLendon were made honorary 
members. 



141 



Veteran's Club 




SEATED: Douglas Hunt. John Monroe, Edward Fordhatn, William Poole, Willie Daniels. STAND- 
ING: Harvey Wilkens, Lenwood Long. Hugh Gamer, ,\velton Bowen 



Due to the increasing number of veterans 
returning to college campuses, the Veterans 
of St. Augustine's reorganized in the spring of 
the 67-68 school year for the purpose of 
stimulating the academic and social 
atmosphere among the facult> , staff, and 
students; to establish and maintain brotherhood 
among ourselves. 



In the short span of its existence, the club has 
laid the groundwork for numerous programs. 
A scholarship fund for promising \oung 
students, and a special tutoring program for 
campus and community students are chief 
among the planned programs. 



Groove Phi Groove 




Lett to right Richard Duval, Rohert Hines, Sam Martin, Daniel Brown, .Alexander Hewlett. Thomas 
Inhnson. Harold Jolle>. Eben Myers. Otto Floyd, and Enrique Jones. 



B.S.U, 




SEATED: Louis Coe, Gloria Durham, Barbara Williams, Linda Evans, Yvonne 
Hillard, Patricia Gill, Nancy Otey, Maxine Miller, Winnie Robinson, Ray Spain 
STANDING: Nathan Mask, Herbert Lansing, Richard Wynne, Sammie Burley, 



Sam Martin, Eric Dillard, Gar\ Waytes, Crifton Hannibal, Claude Scott, Michael 
Jones, Thomas Johnson, Barr\ Jones, Clarence Harris, Kenneth Crosbv, Steve 
Engram 



The Black Student Union was formed in May, 
1968 for the purpose of fulfilling the desires for 
a better world, in which black people can truly 
live a life of freedom, justice, and equality. 
This organization is dedicated to social, 
economic and political ambitions of the black 
student. It has made many students aware of 
the major and minor problems that involve 
the black race and the black college. 

The BSU has involved itself in numerous 
projects. It participated in two non-violent 
marches supporting the black community. 
One was for striking garbage workers, and the 
other for Marie Hill, a minor sentenced to be 
executed. At Christmas, it contributed toys 
for orphans in the Oxford Orphanage. The 
organization has made future plans to conduct 
classes on black historv. 



Mu Phi Beta 




SEATED: W'lndolyn Boger, Mrs. Gwendolyn Jenifer, Geraldine Spencer STANDING: 
Mary Ruffin, Marie Bryant, Sharon Hall, Gloria Mackey, Tonya Lyons, Alma Bethea 



The Pen 



"The Pen of Saint Augustine s College" has 
gone through man\ ehanges during the past 
years. At one time The Pen was the name given 
to the college s \earhook. When the \earbook 
took the name "The P"alcon, the title "The 
Pen went to the new spaper. During the 67-68 
school \ear "The Pen was changed to "The 
Pen of Saint Augustine s College. 

In 1968, aside from its routine reporting 
activities, the Pen co-sponsored the 
Hines-Jeffer\-Pitchford (Concert. Its editors 
attended a united press conference in Raleigh, 
N.C. which in turn produced a newspaper with 
the assistance of most attending editors. 




Damn Sea rl)n rough — Editor 




L-K Larry Curry, Pamela Jones, (.lenwood Williams 



Folk Ensemble 




FIRST ROW L-R W'alttT Potter, Jiihri Holmes, Donna Neele\, Maria Br\ant, Douglas Pieper, James 
Burt, Director SECOND ROW: Perc\ Smith. Joseph Bonds, Jerr\ .Alston, Robert Monroe, .\sst. 
Director 



The St, Augustine s College Folk Ensemble 
performed the Rejoice Mass, a folk music setting 
of the Holy Eucharist. 

Rejoice w as composed to be an effective vehicle 
for worshipping God in the perplexing but 
exciting world of the t\\ entieth centur\ . 

This music tries to offer an answer, that life in 
the now is a gift from God. Its zest and jo\ fulness 
are meant to bind the w orshipping Church 
together in "shouting to God with loud songs of 
joy." 

The initial campus performance met w ith 
immediate success, creating demand for repeat 
performances on campus and premiere 
engagements throughout the off-campus 
community. 



145 



ath Club 




Left to Right Jerome Johnson, Jewel Francis, James Harris, Carolyn Ames, Vick Scurlock. Reginald 
Green SEATED: Mr. Michaels (advisor) 



Pre-med Club 




'*** Left to Right: Lionel Coffee, Donald Weathers, Michael Keck 



ie^'^wlll 



Dance Group 




CLOCKWISE: Rose, Cht'r\ 1. Ph\ His, Hf rmiiui, Spencer, Gloria, Maria, Pat and Patricia. 




N.E.A. 




SEATED: Brenda Byrd, Ella W ilkiiis, James Burt. Pres,. Eula Humphrey, Nena Hamm STANDING: 
Vernon Ro\sler, Daniel LilK, Lionel Cuffee, Donnell Morris, Frank McBryde, 



The Student National Education Association is the 
preprotessional association for colleges and 
universities students preparing students to teach. It 
is an integral part of the National Education 
Association (NEA) — a voluntary, independent, and 
non-governmental professional association. 

During National Education Week we sponsored a 
radio program which was conducted for that week. 
A special assembK was held in which the members 
presented a play to the college pertaining to 
education. There is also a buddy system in which 
upperclassmen majoring in education will be able 
to help the incoming freshmen if they are having 
any difficulty in their major. 



148 



^iH 



Canterbury Club 




Left to Right Jewel Francis, Vinez Singletar\ , Deborah Waters, Regina 
Young (MIDDLE): Roosevelt Mosely. Evelyn Basemore, Frank Mc- 



Bride (BACK): Jac(|u!ine Brow ne, Larr\ James. Mainie (Chambers, 
Thril Oudup 



Sunday School Teachers 




Left to Right: Vinez Singletary, Mamie Chambers. Jaquline Brown BACK: Jewel Francis, Deborah 
Waters, Regina Young, Evelyn Basemore 



Altar Guild 



Left to Right Dannettf Harden, Deborah Waters, Joan Wood, 
JoAnne Wilhams. Sharon Bomar. Center; Anne Nadine Holley 




Sociology Club 




FRONT ROW — James Burt. Jac(]ulin(' Muggins, Daniel Lilly (Pres), Sandra Small, Gwen Wright 
SECOND ROW — Duretha Rogers, JoAnn Williams, Caroline Jones, Sharon Bomar, Joan WixkI, 
Robert Monroe. Ph\ His Topiri. \lar\ Hollf\ 



Pre-Alumni Club 




I 



James Burt. Brencla Byrd. Riibert Mi)nroe. Ella W'ilkins, Donnel Morris, Ncna Ham. Eiila Hun 
phrex. Frank McBrxclc. Perc> L Smith (not present) 



-eej > "- > '''"a ^- -iT- " 



Biology Club 




L-R Marionette Tillery, Jocel\n Baham, Sandra Lew is, Sandra Robinson, Paula Moore, Miclieal 
Keck, William Allen. Alice Gradv, Donald Weathers, Lionel Cuffee 



Art Club 



;i» Sisa^ 




S 






Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Mar\ Crandt'Il, V, 
Thomas, Doroth) 



w LMi \\ ri^ht. \laola Jones, Sandra Small, Beatrice Bennett, Bett\e Mitchell, Robbie 
Barksdale, Sheila Stocker, Joan Wood 



Gamma Xi chapter of .Alpha Kappa .Alpha 
Sororit\ w as founded on March 26, 1949 
here at Saint .\ugiistine s College. Through 
the years Gamma Xi has been an integral 
part of campus and communit\ life. The 
major emphasis of the sororit) has shifted 
from social functions to scholarship and 
service to mankind. Members of the 
chapter have carried on traditional projects 
such as presenting Christmas baskets and 
to\s to the children of the Governor 
Moorehead School. During the first 
semester the chapter sponsored a Negro 
Heritage Scrapbook for displa\ during the 
Afro-American Festival Week. Gamma Xi 
chapter has planned man\ other projects 
for the remainder of the \ear \\ hich include 
the sponsoring of a familv' at Easter, a 
Negro History Week project, and a project 
to aid the suppressed and starving people of 
Biafra, 

Alpha Kappa Alpha women hold as their 
guiding light the motto: "Advancement 
through know ledge and .Achievement '. 




Marcia Sexton, Francina Caldwell 
Ci>leman, Zelma Young 



Jacqueline Huggins. Willie jean F.lder. Darlene 



152 



Delta Siema Theta 




Pamela Pcuvell. \clindii Hard>. Eula Humphrey. Brenda Byrd. Lorraine Green. Deliorah Crawford, 
Dell Williams. \ n lari Johnson. Marie Sanders. L|]C> Moody 



Delta Sigma Theta Sororit\ was founded in 1913 at Howard 
University. The fourteen founders envisioned an organi- 
zation of college women pledged to serious endeavor and 
communit) service. Since then. Delta Sigma Theta has 
demonstrated a vital concern for social welfare, academic 
excellence, and cultural enrichment. Today, there are over 
45 thousand members in 38 states, and the Republics of 
Haiti and Liberia. On Januar\ 12, 1963, at its Fiftieth 
Anniversar}' celebration in Washington, D.C., John F. 
Kennedy, the guest of honor congratulated the 
organization on its "service to the country. 

The members of Delta Sigma Theta sponsored a project 
during probation week which involved gathering all t\pes 
of dressing apparel to present as a gift to the patients at 
Dorethea Di.x Hospital. They inducted seven young ladies 
into the sororit\ on December 6, 1968, one of which is 
Miss Saint Augustine s College. The sorors sponsored a 
banquet for the neophytes. Gamma Rho chapter contri- 
buted to the History Club s project for the orphan children 
in Oxford, North Carolina. They contributed to the UNCF 
project and also gave a $100 scholarship to a deserving 
Freshman young lady who possessed, along with other 
qualifications, a"B average. 



153 




Lillian Burrus, Clejetter Holt 




Caria Powell. Margaret Smith, \irginia Williams, C^laudia 
Perry. Lionel Randolph (Sweetheart of " DST ) 



Sigma Gamma Rho 




Carnlyn A. Koster, Aimlita B. \\ illiums, Pli\llis Long, Mildred Jones, Canihii Fislu-r. \\ illic Hoiirx, 
Bettie Jones 



Sigma Gamma Rho, the \ oungt'st of the Greek 
letter collegiate sororities and now an 
inter-racial organization, was organized 
November 12, 1922 by seven young teachers in 
Indianapolis, Indiana. On December 30, 1929, 
the sorority was incorporated as a National 
Collegiate sororit\ and a charter was granted 
to Alpha chapter at Butler University. 

The sorority strives to foster ideals and 
encourage education and upright living among 
women. 



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Zeta Phi Beta 




Elaine Hemphill. Peggy Scott, BeverK Roberts 



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. is an international 
organization with over 30,000 members in the 
United States and Africa. 

Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the campus of 
Howard University in 1920 and has flourished 
and proven itself to be an outstanding unit 
in society which seeks to aid mankind through 
service and achievement. 

Zeta actively participates in governmental, 
cultural and civic projects throughout the 
country. The Phi Beta chapter made and 
presented gifts to needy children in the 
hospital and the pledgees participated in the 
campus beautification project this \ear. 

Women of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority stress, 
"Scholarship, Sisterly Love, Finer womanhood 
and Service' in the attainment of desired goals. 



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Alpha Phi Alpha 







William NUithfuson. Janu-s Tcapiie. Rciln-rt Shepard. Charles Clark, Harr\ McDowell. (KNEELING) 
Sandra Roliinsnn (Sweetheart ), (Charles Kirb\ 



Alpha Phi Alpha, the first black fraternity, 
was founded on the campus of Cornell 
I niversit), Ithaca, New York, on December 4, 
1906. The racial cleavage, characteristic of this 
period had stimulated seven bold black 
students to form a group for minorit\ people to 
insure mutual helpfulness. 

These seven students are known to members of 
the fraternit) as Jew els. Their courageous act 



was the initial step toward forming other 
fraternities. 

The ideas and principles upon w hich this 
fraternit\ w as founded influenced man\ great 
men to join. Besides brotherhood. Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternitv is leased on know ledge, and 
achievement. .\\\ .\lpha men are scholars, 
gentlemen, leaders, and above all, 
uprighteous. 



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Kappa Alpha Psi 




SITTING: "Willie" Dunn, Sammie Burley, Mary Alston (Sweetheart), 
Freddie Vaughn, George Noble, Roy Wayne McKay. — Polemarch, 
STANDING: Eddie Turner, William Watson, Jerry West. Frankie 



Payne, Garnett Martin, Robert Jones, Reginald Green, Steven La 
Bohne, Kenneth Hall, Donald Blakeney, .Andrew Houstin, Leonard 
Muse. 



FOUNDED— January 5, 1911 



In order for an\ organization to achieve full 
respect from its peers, procluctivit\ should 
be one of the main purposes. To the members 
of Kappa Alpha Psi productivity is onK one 
link in the chain of continuous achievement. 

The brothers of Kappa are not onl\ interested 
in a fraternal bond, but are desperately striving 
to achieve the concept of a universal bond 
in which all members of the human race can 
become a member. 

As a result. Gamma Omicron chapter impresses 
unity among its members, perseverance 
towards its goal, and Phi Nu Pi as its motto. 



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Phi Beta Sigma 




Isaiah Wilson, Jr. James V. Artis "Prexy' . Peter Adams. Mary Mayo — Sweetheart, Moses Dorsey, 
Harold Rogers — Vice President. Kdmond Pierce. 



This is not our beloved game of football. There 
is a change of action here. This is a game of 
life. Sigma has the "Ball for Better Living". 
Go! Gol Go! Sigma! Sigma scores by exhibiting 
a goal of scholarship, love, brotherhood and 
service. Sigma wins by a score of "Culture for 
service and service for humanit\ . 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. was founded on 
the campus of Howard University in 1914 and 
Beta Xi chapter started here in 1940. The 
Fraternity is characterized b\ its neighbor!) 
and humanitarian efforts in the interest of 
society or in particular, the needy and 



underprivileged. 

Sigma participates vigorously in the March of 
Dimes, the United Fund Drive, and is active in 
civil rights and equalit\ moves. Lately, Beta 
Xi chapter has loaned its vigor to the 
promotion exemplification of scholarship and 
academic excellence. We are the pioneers of the 
idea of a tutorial program, here for the students 
need\ of such extra and individual help. We 
now continue to lend private assistance to 
students in the field of Business, Math, History, 
Sociology and Spanish. 



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Omega Psi Phi 




KNEELING: William J LaCount, LaNanna Randolph, Sweetheart. Percv Smith STANDING: John 
Kdmonds. Kddie Smith, Lionel Randolph, Robert Williams, Leor\ Smith, Michael Keck, William 
.'Kllen, Dr. Wilbert Johnson 



Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on the 
campus of Howard University on November 17, 
191 1. The purpose of our fraternit\ is to mold 
and shape young college men, who meet the 
general and specific standards of Fraternit\- 
ship, into a finer product — a w hole man. 



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FIRST ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Leo Mac- 
kie, Milton Ga\lord, David Bowers, Gar\ \Va\tes, 
Gerald Whitlev. SECOND ROW: Curtis Pritchett, 



Louis Coe, Michael Seott, Ra\iiiond Gilmore, Dwight 
McReynolds, LeConte Stover, Peter Dickens, Wil- 
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Jesse Clements, Director of Athletics and head 
basketball coach, came to Saint Augustine s College 
from Reid High School in Belmont, North Carolina, 
w here for three \ ears he produced successful teams 
in both football and basketball. He served as an 
assistant coach at Saint Augustine s for three \ears 
before he was appointed as head coach of the Saint 
Augustine s Falcons. 

A native of Champaign, Illinois, Coach Clements 
received his B.S. degree from Saint Augustine s in 
1952. He participated in both basketball and football, 
and was selected "ALL C.I. A. A." in 1950. He holds 
a masters degree from the Universit\ of Illinois. 

In nine years, he has taken the Falcons to the C.I. A. A. 
Tournament with the 1960 team being the most 
successful. In October, 1966 Clements was elected to 
the Illinois Hall of Fame, and received a plaque and 
other honors. He is a credit to the entire school. 




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Nate Mask, a 6 2 junior trom Philadelphia 
drives around no. 41 of the Winston-Salem 
State Rams to score two for the " Aug. " 




Ra> mond Gilmore, a 6 7 eenter from 
Plainfield, New Jerse\ contributed greatK in 
rebounding for the Falcons and w as third in 
the CIAA last year, averaging 22.3 rebounds 
a game. He was the team's second leading 
scorer, hitting 57 per cent from the floor. 
(Above to the left) 



At left Gilmore controls the rebounds for the 
Falcons. 



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The Falcons arch rivals in the CIAA are the Shaw Bears 
o{ Shaw Universit\ . The Falcons encounter rough plav 
under the boards and deadl\ outside shooting b\ Shaw s 
backcourt. Ra\ niond Gilmore shoots over Shaw Bears 
No. 42. The Falcons lost to the Shaw Bears. 



Louis Coe, a 6 4 freshman from Philadelphia, plays 
defensive ball against Shaw . 






William Fleming, a 6'5"' freshman from Robersonville 
is show ing much potential in offense and defense. 




Curtis Pritchett (21 ) looks on as Raxmoiicl (iilniore (23) fight for the hall. Pritchett is a 6'6" freshman 
from Richmond. X'irginia. He is a ver\ strong and aggressive oflfensi\e pla\er, show ing much 
potentiaiit\ in defense with ever\ game. He is a strong rebounder and his taps under the offensive 
basket will add much strength to the team. 





"We lose tonititit, we win thr fi^ht.' 



Gilmore (24) fit^ht tor rohound 



Nate Mask (50) scores two points 




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Triix Hailv 



SaiiU Aiimistine s new tennis eourts w hile nncler constructh 



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KKOM LEFT TO RIGHT: Victor Joshua. Alvin Mattis.ni, James Paul Wil- 
liams, Donald Williams, Eddie Turner, Alfonzo Jones, Jimmy Levister, Nii- 
chaei Jones. Lester Harris, Edw ard Gill. 



Lester Owens (left) and C\ ril Nwosu are two of the new members of the Falcon 
Soccer Team The\ are two very outstanding players. 




Track 




FIRST ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Andreu Houston. Hitun Delinam, Leonard Mu«., ,\llri-d 
Hudgeas. and Coach Curry SECOND ROW: Eben Myers, Kenneth Hall, Thirl Crudup, Eduard Cill, 
Clitton Johnson, Henry Parker, and Frank Shaw, 




Here veteran C.I. A. A. pole vault champion 
Edward Gill (left) shows Frank Shaw 
(right) the forms of pole vaulting. 




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Here Thir'T. C. Crudup, and Edward 
"Pappy" Gill join Jerse\ City, New 
Jersey speedsters Kenneth " Road 
Runner Hall, Andrew "Shaky" 
Houston, and Eben M\ers. All three 
of these boys attended the same high 
school in New ]erse\ . 




FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Kenneth Hall. Andrew Houston. Flien M\crs SECOND 
ROW: Thirl Ondup, and Eduard Cill 




Saint Augustine's College Track Team opened their 
1969 season here at the new track and field behind the 
Emery Health and Fine Arts Building on Saturday, 
March 22, against Livingston College. The Saint 
Augustine's Falcons are led b\ C.I. A. A. winners 
Leonard Muse, Eben Myers, Andrew Houston, and 
Kenneth Hall. Joining them w ill be 1967 pole vaulting 
champion Edw ard Gill. The Falcons also have some 
new bright freshmen standouts such as Henry Debnam, 
a former track and field cindcrman from Raleigh's 
Needham Broughton, a very potential trackman. At 
Broughton, he was a member of the mile relay and 440 
that shattered the school, sectional and conference 
records. He placed third in the Eastman — 4-A 
conference in 1968. Debnam has been working hard on 
the 440 \ ard run and the mile rela\ . 



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BLACK POWER SALUTE' 



In 1968 at the Summer Ol\mpics held in Mexico City, two ot L'nited 
State s finest rimner^. Tommie Smith and John Carlos, were "ousted 
from (he olympic games because they used this pose to represent 
Black America From left to right: Kbcn Myers, Kenneth Hall, 
Henr\ Dcbnam, Andrew Houston, and Frank Shav\ represent "Black 
Anu'rica here at St Augustine s The\ felt that it was moral I \ 



wrong to expel Smith and Carlos from the games because they showed 
their black pride We as "Black Americans have pride too. and 
the members of Saint Augustine's College Track Team feel that Tom- 
nue Smith and John (Carlos are two of the finest runners in the 
couritr\ and will alwa\s be the 1st and 2nd place winners of the 2(X) 
meters at Mexicft Cit\ , 1968 



LEFT TO RICiHT: Leonard Muse. Andrew Houston. Kenneth Hall. 
Eben Nhers 





Saint Augustine s new track field 




Fencing 



FIRST ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Mo^f Dinst^s, Ruth 
Taylor, Marquite Biirchette, Roger Gauvin. SECOND ROW: Ronald 
David, Carolyn Fisher, Doris Battle. Viniz Singletary. GwendoKn 
Moore, and James Paul Williams (coach of the fencing team ) 




James Paul Williams, on right, fences sabre against oppnnent in 
competition boul 



cheerleaders 




SITTING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Hermina Lucas, and Sharon 
Bomar STANDING; Rose Bland, Febbie Skinner, Connie Small, Mil- 
dred Jones, Marie ,\danis, Phyllis Long, Carol Simmons, Dorealha 



Jackson, Rosa Gary, Saundra Moore. Debbie Mo/on, Patrica Barriott, 
and Nanc\ Ote\ , 





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Sharon Hoinar— ( iaptaiii 



Hermina Lucas — Co-Captain 




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St Augustine s cheering squad is sensational and very surprising- The\ are considered not onl\ the best 
in the history of the school, but the best in the "CIAA" for the vear 1968-69. 



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Faculty 

and 

Administration 



Order in a time of upheaval, 

knowledge in a time of doubt, 

understanding in a time of 
loneliness 

a professor's face. 




Administration 



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The Rt Rev Thomas A. Fraser. D D 
Chairman of Board of Trustees 



Pres, Prezell R. Robinson 
President of St, Augustine's College 
B A . MS, Ed D 





Joseph Jones, Jr 
Dean of College 
B,S, MS-, Ph D 



J, Mills Hollowav 
Business Manager 
B.S. 





I E. Spraggins 
Registrar 
B.S.,M Litt. 



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Norman H Dawes 
Administrative Aide to the Pres. 
A,B,.M.A,,Ph.D. 



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Division of Social Science 




Norman Dawes 

Histllr^. A B, M A, Ph D. 

Julius F, Nimmons, Jr. 
History; A,B., MA. 

KimerC; Schw ertnian 
flistorv; B,A , MA,, Ph.D. 



Dalbert A Williams 

Histor\ and Gov , B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Cecil N Coble 
Histor>; B S . MS. 

William Anthon\ Gaines 
Sociol()^\ and Social Welfare; 
B A., M A , PhD 



W. E Allen 

Sociolog); A.B , MA. LLB and J D 

Vemaline Watson 
Sociology; B.A.. M.A. 

John R Larkins 

Sociology; A.B., LLD., M.S.W 




Division of Education 



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Manjuerite M Adams 
Education; A,B, MA., Ed D. 

Frissell W. Jones 

Chairman, Division oi Edu., B.S., M.Ed.. 

D Ed 

Minnie Tuten Forte 
Education, B S , MA, Ph.D 



Delores E. Ball 

Elementar) Education; B.S , M..'\ 




Etta M. Jones 
Business; B.S., M.A 



Mable B Wright 
Business; B.S.C , M S.C. 

Youngil Cho 

Dept. of Business; B A , M B A 

Mildred E. Harris 
Business; B.S, M.S. 




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Jesse Clements 

Physical Education; B A , MS. 



Suraji P Puri 

Head Dept of Business, B A,. MA, MB A , Ph D 



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MyraOlah 
Knglish.A B. M A. 

James A Bo\er 

English, B.A..M A., Ed D 

Barbara Harper 
English, B,A, MA, 



Herman L, Jenkins 
English, B,A , M,S, 

Joan Joesting 

English; B.A., M,A,, MS, 



Jesse Ra\ Robinson 

English and Reading; B A , \1 A 

Sophia Kriedlander 
English, B A , M A. 

Romer D V\'atson 
English; A B., MA 



Merline Pitre 
French, B S.. MA 





Max Dardeau 

Modem Languages. B,S., MA. 



R L, Frautschi 
French, Ph D 



Renate Hadden 
English; M..^, 




John S, Pitchford 
Music; B,A.. MS, M M 

Albert W. Grauer 
Music; B.S.. M.A , Ph D 

Gwendolyn P. Hines 
Music; B,M., M.M. 



How ard Burchette 
Art, BS. M,S, 



Rev Clyde K Beatt>, Jr. 

Religion and Phil . College Chaplain; B, A,, 

B D 

Rev .Arthur J- Callow a\ 
Religion and PhM , B A , B Th 



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Division of Science and Math 








Dr Prod\ot K Dutt 
Physics; BSc. M Sc , PhD 

Jeffer\ Gibson 

Head Dept of C:hemistr%', B S . M S . Ph D 

Wilbert \\ Jofinson 
Biology; BS. MS. Ph D. 



Renty B. Franklin 
Biology; B.S.,M.S. 

Rebecca C. Weatherlord 

Head Dept of Math , B S., MB, MA. 



Anita S. Chua-ng 
Biology. BS. MS. 



Kresimir Blazevic 
Chemistrv; B S , PhD. 

Lero\ Michael 
Math. B S . M A. 

\\ ilson B Inborden 
Physical Science; BS. 



Dr. Duane E Young 

Natural Sciences; B S . MS-. MA. 



The St, Augustine s family honors Mrs, Annie Davis on mothers 
day, in gratitude of her devoted service to "St .\ug " for over 
fiftv vears. 




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Our First Lady, Mrs. Robinson, addresses Freshmen at the 
Freshmen Orientation Banquet 



staff 



V\'ile\ Davis 

Dean of StudtMits; B A.. MEd. 

James H Tw itt> 

Asst Dean of Students. B S . M S 

C C- Gray 

Dean of Men. B,A.. B.D. 



Alberta V, Hunt 

Dean of Women. B S., M.A. 




George Sanders 
Bookkeeper, B A. 

Lloyd Harrison 
Asst. Accountant 

Patricia W. Parker 
Health Service; B.S. 



James Reid. Jr. 
Financial Aid Officer; B.S 



Secretaries and Personnel 




Marie M, Gibbs 
President Secretary 

Doris Jones 
;| President Secretary. B A, 

(iloria J Dolby 

Sec. to the Dean; B.A 



Minnie Frazier 

Sec. to Registrar's Off] 

Leonia M. Perry 
Typist-Registrar s Ofti 

Paulette Cannad\ 
Sec. to Registrar s Offi 



Ruby M. Austin 

Dean of Students Office. A, A 

Mene Brown 

Sec- Dean of Students; B,S. 

Geretta Fleming 

Sec. to Education Dept 



Lazetle Michael 

Sec, to Self Study Prog. 

Beverly McCoy 
Sec. Maint. 



Rosu T Curtis 
Faculty Sec. 




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BillieJ Hooker 




Head Librarian 


B A , MLS 


Catherine H V\ 


inters 


Librarian; B.A., 


M,L.S- 


Ruth B Walker 




Library Asst,; B.A. 


Dorothv H Cha 


pman 


Librarian; B S , 


MLS 


Marjorie Ann T 


rice 


Librarian 




Mani Puri 




Librar\ Asst, 





Barbara NithoUim 
Secretan 



Gloria Franklin 
Secretar\ 



Mar\ Brinson 

Asst Residence Hall Dr 



Pauline H Latta 
Personnel Tiittle Hall 

Inez Ha\es 
Post Office 

Sevuancc Abram 
Chef 



Library Staff 





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Ever\one knows . . . 
Everyone goes . . . 



Hudson 




WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 



W'e need vour head in uur business 



Washington Terraee 
shopping Center 



Sylvester White Jr. 
Manager 



^(i^i^^^pa^cc- 



Pine State 




CAMERON VILLAGE, RALEIGH 



Remember' Burton s is 
ever\ thing toever\ girl 



Papa Tom's 



Fried Chicken 



ribs barbecue 



Best Wishes from the 

Brothers of Kappa Epsilon Chapter 
of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 



Rob 

Lionel 

John 

Anthon\ 

\ilen 

Lerov 



Williams 

Percy 

Michael 

Eddie 

James 




Mr Calbert and staff assist students \s ith purchases as the new semester begins. 



College Bookstore 

The College Bookstore is located on the ground floor of the Student Union. 
It is equipped with all necessary books and supplies needed for students to 
excel in academic endeavors. 



Best Wishes to 



LORRAINE 



Miss Saint Augustine's College 
1968-69 



Mom 

Dad 

Uncle Wilbur 



John W. Winters & Company 

Real Estate Brokers 

Insurance 

Builders 

Telephone 828-5786 507 East Martin Street 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Congratulations Donna Winters 



Brown's Property, Management and 
Investment Co. 

Sales — Rentals — Serving East Raleigh 

Repairs — Remodeling — Additions 

New Construction 

H. A. Goodson, Builder 

Propert\ Management Agent for: 

Southgate and Bittmore Hills Apts. 

Call 832-1814 or 832-1811 231 S. East Street 

J. Henr\ Brown 



Sanders Ford 

See and test drive the beautiful 
1969 Ford 

329 S. Blount St^ or 
1277 S. Blount St. 

Telephone 834-7301 



Raleigh Savings 



and Loan Association 



Noah's Arch 



Portraits And 

Application Size Pictures 

May Be Ordered 

From Your 

School Annual Negative 

Mitchell Studio 

North Hills Shopping Center 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Samuel Whiteman .... 
and Associates 

INTERIOR DESIGNERS 

2335 Millermore Street Dallas, Texas 75216 

AC 214-FR 5-5009 



Penneys 



Always First Qualit\ 



CAMERON VILLAGE 



AND 



NORTH HILLS 



BB&T 



BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST 



COMPANY 



Ellisberg's 



Sportswear Suits Dresses 



Formals Furs 



Pepsi-Cola 
Bottling Co. 

2838 Wake Forest Rd. 
Raleigh. N.C. 



Senior Directory 



Alford, Nathan 605 E. Holmes St., Benson 
Arline, Irma 733 Quincey St., Bl\n., N.Y. 
Artis, James J-8 Wash, Terr., Raleigh 
Austin, .\ngela 1432 Cross I^ink Rd , Raleigh 
Baird, Kathleen 1 15 Nash St., Hillsborough 
Barksdaie, Doroth\ 26 Clark St., Greenville 
Bennett, Beatrice 128 Lincoln Ct., Raleigh 
Bethel, Earline 622 \\'aterSt., N.Y., N.Y. 
Brice, Ruth 58 Lorraine Ct., Pontiac, Mich. 
Bryant, Marie 312 Hill St., Raleigh 
Burrus, LilliaTi Route 1, Box 6, Fairfield 
Burt, James 11 Chatham Terr , Raleigh 
B\rd, Brenda 312 N. Raleigh St., Rocky Mount 
Campbell, Mildred 804 E. Edenton St., Raleigh 
Carniichael, Frances 844 Newcombe Rd., Raleigh 
Carpenter, Alice 1613 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh 
Carrington, Brent 818 New Bern .\\e , Raleigh 
Carson, William G-11 Wash Terr, Raleigh 
Chavious, Gregor> P O. Bo.\ 432, Hillsborough 
demon, Blanche 40 Rainbow Rd., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Cofield, Willard 17 Indep. PI., Ossining, NY. 
Coleman, Darlene 1001 Parker St., Raleigh 
Coleman, Diane Rte. 1, Bo.\ 197-B, Broadway 
Copeland, Clent 3514 Frow Ave , Miami, Fla. 
Co.x, Brenda P.O. Box 3, Roper 
Crudup, Thirl 105 Jones St., Chesapeake, Va. 
Daniels, Willie 202 Hudson St , Greenville 
Davis, Carolyn 914 N. Ave., Smithfield 
Davis, Douglas 857 Morrow Ave., Macon, Ga. 
Davis, Larry 1900 Tee-Dee St., Raleigh 
Demesme, Ruby 728 Edgehill Rd., Fayetteville 
Bunn, Michael 207 Bart StI., Raleigh 
English, Charles 456 Huger St., Charleston, S.C. 
Fain, William 601 Calloway Dr , Raleigh 
Farrington, Peggy Box 149 Oakmont Cir., Durham 





Francis, Jewel 306 Brooks St., Chap Hill 
Frazier, Shirley Rte., Box 9, Luray, S.C. 
Gill, Barbara 504 Bailey Dr., Raleigh 
Gilliam, Allen Rte. 1, Box 261, Windsor 
Gipson, Sandra 1513 Oakwood .\ve., Raleigh 
Goodson, Sally 1220 S. State St., Raleigh 
Green, Lorraine 527 W. 143 St., N.Y., N.Y. 
Hamm, Nena 518-C Rich. Green Homes, Ral. 
Harris, Delinda 1213 S. Person St., Ral. 
Harris, Fa\ 5225 Moncrief Rd., W. Jacksonville 
Hawkins, Ruth 838 Pinkston, Henderson 
Hemphill, Elaine 329 Patchen .\ve., BrookUn, > 
Herndon, Bertha 123 S. Pettigrew , Raleigh 
High, Mary E-36 Wash. Terr, Raleigh 
Hinton, Dorothy 1208 S. East St., Raleigh 
Hinton, Janie 1215 S. East St., Raleigh 
Hoffman, Robert 1202 NY. St., Gastonia 
Holley, Annie 6630 Germantown .Ave . Phila., Pa. 
Holt, Clejetter 622 New St., Wilson 
Hood, Carlton 335 Spring Ave., W. Forest 
Humphey, Eula Rte. 3, Box 282, Jacksonville 
Hunt, Douglas 1 Stone Blvd., Amityville, NY. 
Ikner, Sidney 66 Union St., Fieldsboro, NY. 
Jeffreys, LaVeme 414 New St., Burlington 



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Johnson, (Gloria D. P.O. Bo.\ 234, Tarlioro 
Johnson, Gloria F. 1514 E. Lane St , Raleigh 
Johnson, Gloria V. P.O. Box 425, Fairbax, S.C. 
Johnson, John 1001 Markham Rcl., Tryon 
Johnson, Vivian 809 Second Ave., Sniithheld 
Jones, Alfonzo 1424 E. Jones St., Raleigh 
Jones. Daryl P.O. Box 7, Cologne, Va. 
Jones, Ella 2205 Old Garner Rd., Raleigh 
Jones, Geneva 704 Center PI., S. E., Birmingham, S.C. 
Jones, Maola 113 Reddriek St , Williamston 
Jones, Manson 1510 Creech Rd , (Jarner 
Joyner, Clifton 5441 A Pine St., Phila, Pa. 
Kenan, Geraldine Rte. 2, Box 197, Rose Hill 
King, Alexander 816 S. State St., Raleigh 
Kirby, Charles Rte. 2, Box 500, Wilson 
Lancaster, Geraldine Rte. 3, Box 3164, Nashville 
Lawrence, Colquitt 614 Bell Ave., Macon, Ga. 
Lev\is, Marilyn 5612 Connie Lane, Va. Bch., Va. 
Logan, Erkward Box 92 Meadovvvievv, Va. 
Lucas, Margie 587 N. Ta\ lor St., Wake Forest 
McBryde, Frank P.O. Box 294, Parkton 
McCoy, Donald P.O. Box 311, Four Oaks 
McKay, Roy 1924 Hadley Rd , Raleigh 
McKinght, Charlie Rte 1, Box 171, Kittrell 
McLaurin. Hermenia Rte. 2, Box 99, Fa\etteville 
McLeod, Joyce 314 Seawell A\e., Raleigh 
Mace, Leon 104 Willis St , Latta, S.C. 
Marshall, Phylliss 936 E. Hargett St., Raleigh 
Martin, Garnett 1388 Union St., Blyn, N.Y. 
Merritt, Essie Rte. 2, Box 244, Rosehill 
Mitchell, Bettye Rte. 2, Box 246, Johns Is. S.C. 
Monroe, Robert 3410 Dereimer Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 
Moore, Paula 321 Holmes Dr., Weldon 
Morgan, Doris 17 Franklin Terr., Raleigh 
Morgan, George 528 Calloway Dr., Raleigh 
Morgan, Robert 421 Harding St., Petersburg, Va. 
Morns, Donnell 837 N.W. 10th Terr , Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla. 
Muse, Leonard 2424 2nd St., N.E., Washington, DC. 
Myers, Everetta 112 S. Wash. St., Sumter 
Newbold, Gloria 1070 N.W. 39th St. Miami, Fla. 
Newkirk, William 2509 Fitzgerald D., Raleigh 
O'Neill, Anthony 134 Spring St., Charleston, S.C. 
Outlaw, Barbara Rte. 1, Box333B Windsor 
Payne, Frank 521 Latimer St , Hillsborough 
Randolph, Lionel 500 West 149th St., N.Y. 
Roberson, Vera P.O. Box 696, Robersonville 
Robinson, Melvin 1208 East Hargett St., Raleigh 
Rogers, Harold 200 Pulaski St Brooklyn, NY. 
Ross, Philbert Rte 7, Box 51 1 Shelby, N.C. 
Sanders, Lotany a 203 Lincoln Court, Raleigh 
Savage, Lois Rte. 1, Box 191 Beaulaville 
Sarborough, Danny 236 North Allen St Wake Forest 
Shepard, Robert 223 Haywood St , Garner 
Simpkins, Robert 6204 Vine St. Philadelphia, Penn. 
Singeletary, Vinez P.O. Box 573, Raeford 
Spencer, Geraldine 70 Hess Ave., Hellertown, Penn. 
Stewart, Elvira 512 Rock Quarry Rd., Raleigh 
Stevens, Lila 947 Mr. Somery St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 



Stockcr, Shelia 902 Thomas St., Key West, Fla. 

Strickland, Myrtle Rt. 1, Box 22 A, Gary 

Sweatt, James 622 East Littleton Rd. 

Teele. Bertha P.O. Box 61. Everett. N.C. 

Tillery, Marionette 5133. Richard Rd., Va. 

Tunner, Eddie 305 I 1th St Roanoke, Va. 

Venning, Williams 640 King St.. Charleston. S.C. 

Whitley. Alford 14721 Tyler St.. Miami. Florida 

Wilkins. Ella Rt. 1. Box 207 Ionian. N.C. 

Williams, Donald 1219 Rozelle Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 

Williams, Geneva 317 Warren Street Spartanburg, S.C. 

Williams, James 2434 North Marshall St.. Philadelphia, 

Penn. 
Williams, Jimmy 3464 Charles Ave., Miami, P'lorida 
Williams, Linda 749 Fitzgerald Drive. Raleigh. N.C^. 



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