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1971 FALCON 


Raleigh, North Carolina 

Ralph E. Mitchell 

Lawrence Wray 
Esther Boyer 
Business Managers 



Introduction 6 • 

Sports 44 

Seniors 18 


Underclassmen 82 

Editor's Note 

Faculty & Staff 144 

Organizations ...... 1 56 

In Fond Memory of 

Mr. Bernice B. Taylor 

Mr. Bernice Taylor was a former student and staff member of Saint Augustine's College. Mr. Taylor (on the left) 
receives a gift from well wishers on his retirement as Saint Augustine's College Postmaster. 

Mr. Bernice B. Taylor had an outstanding character, led a commendable life both as 
a student and staff member, husband, and father. He was quite devoted to the 
college chapel and its program and served as a member of the vestry during his life 
time. He was also a member of the varsity football team. 

Dr. James A. Boyer, 
English Department 

Falcon "71" Dedicated to Dr. Thelma J. Roundtree 

Dr. Thelma J. Roundtree possesses the three outstanding 
characteristics of a good teacher. These traits are knowing the 
subject matter, having an interest and love for young people, 
and being enthusiastic about her work. She transmits her 
enthusiasm to other people. She is a great humanitarian in that 
she is sensitive to the needs of people and is very humble. She 
is a very outstanding faculty member at St. Augustine's Col- 

Prezell R. Robinson 

Dr. Roundtree is a very busy instructor who finds time a very 
important element in whatever she does. She is versatile and is 
really dedicated and devoted to her profession. 

Delia Byrd 

Dr. Rountree is a dedicated teacher, a believer in professional 
growth, and an able administrator. These qualities are under- 
girded and re-enforced by her pleasing personality and 
exemplary character. 

As a dedicated teacher, she has always held high the standards 
of excellence and the objective of meaningful achievement. 


As a token of gratitude for your service as chairman of the 
Humanities division, head of the English department, and as an 
instructor, we are honored to dedicate the 1970-71 "Falcon" 
to Dr. Thelma J. Roundtree. 

We are not ashamed of our African Heritage. 

The Blacks have paved their way, 

Starting in the Valley of the Nile, 

Since pre-historic days. 

We dwelt among the ancient gods, 

Made literature with the Greeks; 

They sought the Ethiopians, to hold their royal feast. 

if we could trace our history 

And find the concrete truth, 

We'd see the continent of Africa 

Remain civilization's root. 

As we trace the beginning of mankind 

Through the boundless realm, 

The Blacks are referred to 

As the oldest, the vvdsest, and most of all, most just of men. 

The Rape of Ethiopia was a cruel one, 

A sorbid, pitiful tale; 

Four hundred years we wound to the sea 

And boarded the ships as slaves. 

Many suffered and died aboard the ships 

And were cast into the sea, 

While others toiled throughout the day 

In rice and cotton fields; 

Yet we did not give up our hopes; 

We trust in God to see 

A new birth of freedom, and a true democracy. 

Yet struggling for freedom against great odds. 

Though we are America's Sons, 

We fought with white men in our war 

And their victory we won. 

Crispus Attucks gave his life; 

He was first to die for the stars and stripes; 

And so our Black history goes; 

With General Washington at Valley Forge, 

There we fought and also died 

In frozen snow 'neath frosty skies. 

In human bondage we still remain 

Then the Blacks struggled and broke their chains, 

And through this epic we lived to see 

The greatest chapter in history. 

This new birth of freedom is our blood and tears; 

We have fought and labored for so many years; 

The Lion of Judah has broken from his cage; 

Sing praises to God, 

We are no longer Slaves! 



Our Blackness . . . 





"If I just could get an "A" in Political Science . . . 

"The Ant Hill Mob" 


"Waiting for the Wine" 

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"A phi que— A phi que, hey!'' 

'Boy! was that a test!' 


"Without Love!! 

Some men might have peace of mind" 


Pleasure on the ground 
Has no sound. 


"Punching time" 


Why wony about tomorrow? 
Tomorrow will never come. 
As long as the sun rises and sets, 
A new day has begun. 

John Sheperd 

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All in a 

Then to grit Qunch) 

First to class 
(with the no-cut system) 

And then Study 

day's work 



And study 


"A little rebellion now and 
then ... is a medicine necessary 
for the sound health of govern- 






"A teacher who is attempting to teach 
without inspiring the pupil with a 
desire to learn is hammering on cold 

Horace Mann 


"Mr. Super Kool" 

Aldridge, Shirley S. 

Business Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 

"Tunk out Bob" 

Austin, Robert L. 


Newark. N.J. 


Batts, Constance 

Business Education 

Jamaica, N.Y. 

Alston, Phyllis B. 

Elementary Education 

Franklinton, N.C. 


Bandy, Bessie L. 

NashviTle, N.C. 

Asare, Edward B. 

Business Administration 

Honeybrook, Pa. 


Barbour, Effie M. 

Physical Education 

Clayton, N.C. 

"Glass Top" 

Blakeney, Donald C. 

Business Administration 

Washington, D.C. 




Blocker, Gwendolyn J. 


Washington, D.C. 



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Branch, Wilfred L. 

Business Administration 

Newark, N.J. 

Brown, Daniel A. 

Business Administration 

Chesapeake, Va. 


Brown, LaVaughn A. 

Business Education 

Gastonia. N.C. 

Bryant, Delores 

Business Administration 

John's Island, S.C. 



Bryant, Mildred J. 

Rich Square, N.C. 

Burwell, Gracie 

Physical Education 

Henderson, N.C. 


Cannady, JoAnne 


Raleigh, N.C. 


Burley, Sammie 

Physical Education 

Miami, Fla. 


Byrd, Delia Ma 
Social Studies 

Bumette, Dennis B. 


Mebane, N.C. 


Campbell, Thurman 

Business Administration 

Red Springs, N.C. 


Caviness, Claudette E. 

Business Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Chambers, Mamie L. 

Elementary Education 

Winston Salem. N.C. 

"Miss Zil>B • 

Clarke. Sheila C. 

Social Studies 

Opa Locka. Fla. 


Cooke, Carolyn A. 

Business Administration 

Staunton, Va. 


Chapman, Nellie N. 

Business Education 

Vanceboro, N.C. 

'Creepy Crawley'' 

Crawley. Delia M. 
Social Welfare 
Boston. Mass. 

Chester, Carolyn M. 

Elementary Education 

Miami. Fla. 


Cobb. Louise 
Business Education 
Washington. N.C. 


Dorsey. Mose E. 

History & Government 

Raleigh, N.C. 


"Sweet CD. 

■Rae - Rae" 

Durham, Carver W. 

Physical Education 

Goldsboro, N.C. 


Edwards, Ernestine 

Elementary Education 

Selma, N.C. 


Farrow, William T. 

English — Journalism 

East Orange, N.J. 

Durham, Gloria J. 

Social Welfare 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Edwards, Lucy 

Business Administration 

Selma, N.C. 

Eaddy, Rachel L. 


Wendell, N.C. 

"Gwennie Pooh" 

Farr, Gwendolyn J. 

Business Administration 

Spartanburg, S.C. 


Floyd, Otto Jr. 

Physical Education 

Newberry, S.C. 



Foster, Lonnie T. 

Business Administration 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Gibbs, Luther J. 

Business Administration 

Charleston, S.C. 

Gaylord, Milton, Jr. 

History &. Government 

Red Bank, N.J. 

Geathers, Thelma 1. 

Business Education 

Charleston, S.C. 


Gilchrist, Loretta 


Cameron, N.C. 


Gill, Patricia K. 

Louisburg, N.C. 



Gillwm. Melville K. 

Business Administration 

Windsor, N.C. 


Graves. Alice L. 

Physical Education 
Garner, N.C. 

Harden. Phyllis W. 

History & French 

Norfolk. Va. 


Goodson. Kenneth 

Washington. D.C. 


Hailey. Troy S. 


Washington. D.C. 

Graham. Cheryl V. 
Social Welfare 
LaGrange, N.C. 

"Thee Punch" 

Hannibal. Creft T. 

History & Government 

Rah way, N.J. 


Harris, Irene 

Business Education 

Selma. Ala. 




Harris. Jacqueline M. 

Elementary Education 

Chester, Pa. 

Mines. Ellestine J. 

Business Administration 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Henr>', Willie M. 

Elementary Education 

Invanhoe. N.C. 


Holley. Mary R. 

Harrellsville. N.C. 

Holmes. John M. 

Riviera Beach, Fla. 

Holmes, Carolyn J. 


Charleston. S.C. 

Humbert. Faith F. 

Elementary Education 

Camden, N.J. 

Hunt. Joyce L. 

Elementary Education 

Roper. N.C. 


'Lannie Pooh" 


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Jacobs, Elaine G. 

Elementary Education 

Rich Square, N.C. 


James, Sondra K. 

Goldsboro, N.C. 


Johnson, James H. 

Business Administration 

Washington, D.C. 




Johnson, Lusynthia D. 


Newark, N.J. 

JoUey, Harold 


"The Rican" 

Jones, Enrique B. 

Business Administration 

Newark, N.J. 

Johnson, Norma J. 
Business Education 
Hillsborough, N.C. 


Jones, Carolyn 

Goldsboro, N.C. 

Johnson, Thomas A. 

Social Welfare 
Virginia Beach, Va. 


Jones, Dorthy A. 


Raleigh, N.C. 

King, Annie L. 

Elementary Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 



"Big Greek" 

King, Cecelia L. 

Elementary Education 

Goldsboro, N.C. 


LeCount, William J. 


Townsend, Ga. 


Lewter, Irving C. 

Social Welfare 

Bronx, N.Y. 

Kjniaw, Doris A. 

Business Education 

Bolton, N. C. 


Lewis, Sandra C. 


Virginia Beach, Va. 

Lake, Conrad E. 

History & Political Sci. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Lewis, Sheryl J. 

Business Education 

Miami, Fla. 


Lilly, Robert D. 

Business Administration 

Raleigh, N.C. 




Little, Catherine S. 
Social Welfare 
Raleigli, N.C. 

Lynk, Marquerite 

Physical Education 

New York, N.Y. 

McClamb, Joyce A. 

Elementary Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Lockley, Turhan L. 

History & Government 

Raleigh, N.C. 


Lynn, Patrica Ann 

Physical Education 

Pendleton, N.C. 

Long, Rosa 


Leesville, S.C. 


McClain, MUford C. 

History & Government 

Gamer, N.C. 

McReynolds, Joan M. 

Business Admin. 
Brooklyn, New York 




Martin, Samuel L. 

Business Admin. 

Newark, N.J. 

Mickens, Thora Hopkins 
Elementary Education 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Moore, Phyllis A. 

Elementary Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 


Maynard, Carmelita S. 


Savannah, Ga. 



Middleton, William E. 

Business Administration 

Goldsboro, N.C. 

Merritt, Mary E. 

Business Education 

Clayton, N.C. 

Mitchell, Ralph E. 
Business Administration 
New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 


Myers, Eben 

History & Government 

Jersey City, N.J. 




Neal, Benjamin G. Jr. 


Raleigh, N.C. 

"Elsie P" 

Pettus, Elsie V. 

New York, N.Y. 


Powell, Gordon K. 

Business Administration 

Englewood, N.J. 

Ogur, Ouma B. 
Sare, Kenya 

Otey, Roland H. 

Business Administration 

Washington, D.C. 

"Little Bit" 

Peyton, Jenny 

Social Studies 

Gary, N.C. 


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Pretty, Carolyn L. 

Raleigh, N.C. 




Pride, Pauline L. 

Business Administration 

Southern Pines, N.C. 


Rogers, James 0. 

Business Administration 

Fuguay-Varina, N.C. 


Shepard, Maxine 


Garner, N.C. 


Richardson, Werna 

Elementary Education 

Wilmington, Del. 


Scott, Mary E. 

Business Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Robinson, Sandra R. 


West Point, Va. 

Scurlock, Vick A. 
Durham, N.C. 


Singletary, Celestine 

Business Education 

Raleigh, N.C. 




Smalls, Sylvia A. 

Wilmington, N.C. 


Smith, Eddie L. 

Fayetteville, N.C. 


Taylor, Majorie L. 

Business Administration 

Petersburg, Va. 


Smiley, Edward Jr. 


Jamaica, N.Y. 


Stover, LeConte F. 

Business Administration 

Durham, N.C. 

Smith, Alicia C. 

Social Welfare 

Miami, Fla. 

"Pee Wee" 

Stringfield, Anna S. 

Social Welfare 
Rocky Point, N. C. 


Thompson, Mattie P. 

Riviera Beach, Fla. 





Thompson, Queen E. 

Elementary Education 

Henderson, N.C. 


Todd, Diane V. 

Social Welfare 

Portsmouth, Va. 


Tisdale, Furman F. 

Physical Education 

Chase City, Va. 


Tucker, Louise 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


Umstead, Mary R. 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 


Turner, James H. 

Hillsborough, N.C. 

Vaughns, Freddie T. 


Washington, D.C. 

Washington, Virginia L. 

Elementary Education 

Kenansville, N.C. 





Webb, Mable J. 

Elementary Education 

Oxford, N.C. 


Wilson, Hazel S. 


Clinton, N.C. 


West, Jerry M. 

Rose Hill, N.C. 

Yancey, Helen White 


Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, James E. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Young, Regina 

Business Education 

Oxford, N.C. 


Artis, Deborah E. 


Raleigh, N.C. 

Rogers, Betty L. 
Business Education 
Red Springs, N.C. 



Wiggins. Alzonia B. 


Zebulon, N.C. 

Newman, Joyce 

Business Education 

KJnston, N.C. 


Class of 1971 
What's your Guess 

"Splendor in the grass" 



'Miss Black Universe" 

'New Breed of 1971" 

'Miss Black America'' 

'Leader of the pack' 


You must have been a Beautiful Baby!! 

'Mr. Cool' 

'Miss Charm" 


'Miss Kindergarten - 19??" 




Did you recognize any of your tight friends? 
Probably not, but here are the Seniors . . 

PAGE 39 

1. Mr. Roland H. Otey, Jr. (Otey) 

2. Miss Willie Mae Henry 

3. Yearbook Mascot — Courtney Davis 

4. Miss Mamie La Verne Chambers 

5. Mr. Jerry M. West 

PAGE 40 

1. Mr. James Turner 

2. Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins 

3. Miss Grace Burwell 

4. Miss Virginia Washington 

5. Miss Carolyn Holmes (Nina) 



Just Chums 

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Basketball "The Mighty, Mighty Falcons" 

STANDING (Left to Right): Windell Sport. Kenneth Hobbs, Walter Leggett, Thomas Perkins, James Cotton, Milton Gaylord, Sam 
Wade. KNEELING: Larry Williams, trainer; William Fleming, Charlie Cannon, Elisha Clarke. LeCount Stover. Curtis Pritchett. Head 
trainer, Sammie Burley; (not shown: Vincent Collins, Lacy Flintall). 

James Cotton, 24, fires two against Saint Paul. 

Starting Five 

Milton Gay lord, senior forward from Red Bank, N.J. 


William Fleming, junior forward of 

LeCount Stover, senior guard of 

James Cotton, freshman of Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Curtiss Pritchett, junior forward of Blackstone, Va. 


The Big Three 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Head Coach; Mr. Jesse Clements, George Williams, and Mr. Charles L. Harvin, Jr., Asst. 

Coaches talking it over with Falcons. 



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Falcons on 


the warpath ! ! ! 


Go Falcons Go ! ! 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Lawrence Coleman, Thomas Johnson. Marvin Bailey, Lawrence Wray. 

Thomas Johnson demonstrates his driving ability to Marvin Bailey. 



STANDING (left to right): Alfred Lucas, Henry Debnam, Philip Adams, Frank Shaw, Johnny Hutto, and Harry Murphy. 
KNEELING: Joel White, Leroy Soney, OIlie Dunston, and Charles Williams. (Not shown Fred Lee). 

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Too fast for the camera. 

Leroy Soney throws the javelin. 



STANDING (left to right): Kenneth Presley, Richard Holcomb, Fenton Leslie, Doris Battle, Lawrence West, and Brenda Council. 
Also standing Marshall Stokes, Howard Toomer. Anthony Kendall. KNEELING: Clifford Lowery, Kenneth Goodson. Jacquelyn 
Barnes. William Kilson, and Kevin Phillips. 

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FRONT ROW, kneeling: Sydney Richards, Johnson Boadu, Patrick J. Blell, Henry Shyllon, Emmanuel Frimpong, Chester 
Newsome. STANDING: Sammie Burley, head trainer; Edward Asare, Otto Floyd, Samuel Asare, Mohamed M. Shyllon, Frank 
Colebrook, Wayne B. Johnson, Larkin Williams. 

Coach Curry discusses strategy with 
goal keepers. 


In Action 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Chester New 
some, Patrick Blell, Otto Floyd 


'The Best' 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Muhamed ShyUon; 
Sidney Richards; Carver Durham; 
Boadu Johnson. 




Shown above are Willie Foreman, Clarence Williams, Ralph Mitchell, John Jones, Alvin Carson, and Jimmy Robinson. 

You're Out! 

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Play Ball! 

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Ralph Mitchell - senior infieider from New Smyrna Beach, 

John Jones — outfielder from Philadelphia, Pa. 

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Carver Durham - Senior from Goldsboro, N. C. - Catcher. 

Jimmy Robinson - senior from Raleigh, N. C. - Catcher. 

Willie Foreman - Pitcher from Virginia Beach , Va. 


Soul Squad 

STANDING (left to right): Candace Anderson. Beatrice Jones, Nancy Otey, Rosa Gary. Yvonne Carballo. ON FLOOR: Carol 
Simmons. Carolyn Lilly, Pamela Hart. Gloria Macer, Doris Marshburn, Joyce Barnes, and Babara Harris. 

TRULY . . . 

Everybody rock. 


Bad, BAd, BAD . . . SUPERBAD! 

Drill Team 

St. Aug's drill team in action. 



The selfishness of a queen is small as a 
grain of sand and her heart is large as the 
universe to embrace friends and foes 
alike. Tiie reign of a queen is long, but to 
her, it is only a fortnight. A two week 
period filled with new experiences, ful- 
filled dreams, extended travel, and little 
rest. But to her, it was worth the time 
and effort. 


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The queen and her court 1970 

The past reigning Miss Saint Augustine's College, the ever loving. Miss Carolyn Fisher of 
Brooklyn, New York, crowns the present Miss Saint Augustine's College, the pretty and 
shapely, Miss Phyllis Harden of Norfolk, Virginia. 



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Phyllis Hardeti 

Miss Freshman 
Vivian Murphy 

Miss Sophomore 
Bettie Branch 


Miss Junior 

Teresa Price 


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E/a/ne Jacobs 


Miss PEM 
Patricia Jones 

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Miss History 
Barbara Williams 


Miss Math 
Barbara Harris 

Miss NEA 
Senya Small 


Miss Saint Augustine's Players 

Rachel Eaddy 

Miss English 
Mary Umstead 

Majorie Taylor 

Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Evelyn Little 

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Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 
Mattie Roya/I 



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M/5i Omega Psi Phi 
Ruth Archer 

Miss Phi Beta Sigma 
Jenny Peyton 

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Miss Alpha Phi Omega 


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Marceline Hinton 



Miss A Ipha Psi Mu 
Cynthia Evans 

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Miss Phi Beta Lambda 
Doris Kinlaw 


M/ss Yearbook 
De/ores Williams 

Miss Black Student Union 
Beatrice Jones 




Miss PEN 
Rosemary Leonard 


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Miss Veteran 

Carolyn Pretty 


A^ If you wish to reach the highest, begin at the lowest (Syrus) 

Li^^ A modest man never talks of him- [^ 1^ I ^ ^V I I ^^/| r~^ I^J 

self (Bruyere) 

I am not ashamed to confess that I am ignorant of what I 
do not know (Cicero) 

Take time for all things (Franklin) 

We live in an atmosphere of shame. We are ashamed of everything that is real about us; ashamed of ourselves, of our 
relatives, of our income, of our accents, of our opinion, of our experience, just as we are ashamed of our naked skins 
(G.B. Shaw) 

A learned fool is more foolish than an ignorant fool (Moliere) 

Men will wrangle for religion; write for it; figlit for it; die for it; anything but - live it (Colton) 

Money is a good servant but a bad master ( Bacon) 


There is nothing so stupid as an educated man, if you Genius is one per cent inspiration and 

get off the thing that he was educated in (Will ninety-nine per cent perspiration (Edison) 


A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on cold iron 
(Horace Mann) 

Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and 
digested (Bacon) 

The punishment of criminals should be of use; when a man is hanged he is good for nothing (Voltaire) 

Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do 
today (Franklin) 

Wear your learning like your watch, in a private pocket; and do not pull it out and strike it merely to show that you 
have one (Chesterfield) 

Doubt whom you will, but never yourself (Bovee) 
Good-humor makes all things tolerable (Henry W. Beecher) 


Tis easy enough to be pleasant, when life flows alone like a song; But the man worthwhile is the one who will smile 
when everything goes dead wrong (E.W. Wilcox) 


Adams, Philip A. '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Adams, Robert W. 73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Allen, Caren T. '72 

New York, N.Y. 

Allen, Chiquita A. '73 
Washington, D.C. 

Alexander, Arlene '74 
Newark, N.J. 

Anderson, Candace V. '74 
Amityville, N.Y. 

Anderson, Clarence '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Anderson, Vivian '72 
Amityville, N.Y. 


Anthony, Deidre '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Archer, Patricia '74 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


Askins, Toney J. "72 
Jamaica, N.Y. 

Atkinson, Iris D. '73 

Baldwin, Mary L. "74 
Dunn, N.C. 

Baker. Bruce C. '73 
Wadley, Ga. 

Baker, Diana F. "74 
Zebulon, N.C. 

Barfield, Anna '73 
Hookerton, N.C. 

Barnes, Jacquelyn "73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Barnes, Joyce '73 
Greenville, N.C. 

Barnes, Winston '73 
Goidsboro, N.C. 

Barnett, Karon '73 
Gastonia, N.C. 

Barham, Theresa '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Battle, Garland "74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Battle, James C. '74 
Tarboro, N.C. 

Batts, Jacqueline '74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Baylor, Sharen '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Beard. Edna R. '72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell, Hazel L. '72 
Williamston, N. C. 

Bell, Renee 
Greensboro, N.C. 


Bell, Sherry L. 74 
Enfield, N.C. 


Bell, Waiiam "74 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Belk, Vickie L. '73 
Alexandria, Va. 

Best, Eloise '73 
Clinton, N.C. 


Best, Louise '73 
Qinton, N.C. 

Bethea, Alma J. '72 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Bethea, Betty R. 
Sumter, S. C. 

Berry, Sylvia '73 
Windsor, N.C. 

Black, Deborah L. '74 
Hartsvilie, S.C. 

Black, Rosalyn P. '73 
Youngsville, N.C. 

Blackman, Boise "72 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Blell, Patrick '73 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 

Blount. Sharon '73 

Roper, N.C. 

Boadu, Johnson '74 
Kumasi, Ghana 

Bo we, Linda '72 
Hollywood, Fla. 

Boyce, Emily '74 
Amityville, N.Y. 

Boyce, Johnnie '72 
Rich Square, N.C. 

Boyer, Esther A. '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Boyd. Louretta '73 
Plainview, Va. 

Bradshaw, Ethelyn '74 
Bronx, N.Y. 

Branch, Bettie J. '73 
Wake Forest, N.C. 

Bray boy, Dianna '73 
Winston Salem, N.C. 

Breeden, Rosena '73 
Newark, N.J. 

Briggs, Deborah '73 
Plainfield, N.J. 


Brown, Barbara '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Brown, Douglas '72 
Roseland, Va. 

Brown, Evette '73 

Newark, N.J. 

Brown, Mary B. '72 
Hemingway. S.C. 

Brown, Patricia A. '72 
Petersburg, Va. 

Bryant, Bennie L. '74 
Wintervilie, N.C. 

Brown, Shirley M. '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Bryant, Johnnie "74 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Bunn, Laura J. '73 
Enfield, N.C. 

Bums, Hattie M. '73 
Tryon, N. C. 

Burke, Cyril C. "72 
Hartford, Conn. 

Byrd, Henry '74 
VVadley, Ga. 


Campbell, Elbert C. 73 
Raeford, N.C. 

Canady, Christoper "73 

Carballo, Yvonne E. "74 
Norfolk, Va. 

Carson, Coinell '72 
Tryon, N.C. 

Carson, Loinell A. '73 
Tryon, N.C. 



Carter, Michael C. "73 
New York, N.Y. 

Carter, Richard S. '74 
New Canton, Va. 

Carwell, Joe '74 
Chicago, 111. 

aark, Elisha S. '73 
Miami, Fla. 

Cash, Clarence J. '73 
Brunswick, Ga. 

Qaytor, Denise Y. '73 
Boston, Mass. 

Cobb, Angelyn C. '72 
New Bern, N.C. 

Coe, Cynthia A. '74 
Darlington, S.C. 

Colebrook, Frank 73 
Nassau, N.P. Bahamas 

Cooley, Joseph L. '73 
Wendell, N.C. 

Cooper, Carl H. '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Counts, Charles F. '72 

Rahway, N.J. 


Cox, Samuel '73 
Roper, N.C. 

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Crandol, James B. '72 
Greenville, N.C. 

Crawford, Catherine '73 
Dillion, S.C. 

Crawley, Made L. '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Credle, Bettie J. '72 
Washington, D.C. 

Crook, Bobbie J. '72 
Chesnee, S.C. 

Crudup, Sarah A. '72 
Franklinton, N.C. 


Currie, Carolyn J. '72 
Mebane, N.C. 

Curtis, Nellie E. '74 
Vandemere, N.C. 

Daniels, Florence A. '74 
Greenville, N.C. 

Daniels, Linda L. '73 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Dansbury, Penelope D. '72 
Haddonfield, N.J. 

Darlington, Pauline T. '74 

New York, N.Y. 

Davis, Dennis O. '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Davis, Joyce E. '73 
Sanford, Fla. 

Davis, Katherine '73 
Louisburg, N.C. 

Davis, Whitney G. '73 
Washington, D.C. 

Day, Elmiza '73 
Scotland Neck, N.C. 

Debnam, Gladys M. '74 
Youngsville, N.C. 


Debnam, Henry D. '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Debnam, Howard L. '73 
Youngsville, N.C. 

Debnam, Joseph D. "73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Delaney, Margo C. '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Dewar, Jackie D. '73 
Holly Springs, N.C. 

Dobbins, Calvin J. '73 
Martinsville, Va. 

Dockery, Alice R. "73 
Laurinburg, N.C. 

Dunston, Emma J. '74 
Youngsville, N.C. 

Dunston, Forestene '74 
Rahway, N.J. 

Dunston, Glenda F. '73 

Rahway, N.J. 

Douglas, Henry '72 
Southern Pines, N.C. 

Durham, Brends A. '72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Durham, Mary J. '73 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Dyson, Clarence E. '74 
Summerton, S.C. 

Edwards, Ronnie L. '74 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Egerton, Valechia G. '74 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ellis, Ellen L. 74 
Weldoii, N.C. 

EUeby, Brenda E. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Evans, Anthony B. '74 
Greenville, S.C. 

Evans, Cynthia R. '74 
Spring Hope, N.C. 

Evans, Audrey M. "74 
Lamar, S.C. 

Evans, Ernest '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Evans, Carolyn F. '74 
Pinetops, N.C. 

Evans. Linda D. '72 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Everett, Riley '74 
Oak City, N.C. 

Faison, Sheryl A. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Fairley, James J. '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Farrar, Leonard '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Felton, Sharon '74 
Winton, N.C. 

Finney, Robert '74 
Paterson, N.J. 

Floyd, Cassandra T. '74 
Youngsville, N.C. 

Fore, Wanda J. '73 
Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 

Foreman, Evone '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Ford, Novella '72 

Foster, Arthur L. "74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Foster, Linda A. '72 
Startex, S.C. 


Forte, Minnie M. '72 
Durham, N.C. 

Freeman, Tommie L. '74 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Frimpong, Emmaiuiel B. "74 
Anyinam, Ghana 

Fuller, Linda A. '72 
Hampstead, N.C. 

Fuller, Nathaneil "72 
Wilmington, N.C. 

Gauvin, Eddie '73 
Bronx, N.Y. 

Gauvin, Roger '72 
Bronx, N.Y. 

Gatling, Margaret '73 
Rich Square, N.C. 

Gibson, Karen I. '73 
Miami, Fla. 

Gibson, Malachi '74 
Mayesville, S.C. 

Gilmer, Williams A. "73 
Durham, N.C. 

Glasper, Judy '73 
Magnolia, N.C. 


Goodson, Ethel J. "73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Goodman, Richardo R. '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Green, Naomi E. '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Greene, Robert H. '72 
Wilmington, N.C. 

Griffin, Joseph A. '73 
Petersburg, Va. 

Grimes, Constance D. '73 
Winterville, N.C. 

Gross, Betty J. '73 
Chicago, 111. 

Gunn, George W. '72 
South Boston, Va. 

Gunn, Gregory '74 
South Boston, Va. 

Gunter, Edward Jr. '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hamilton, Barbara J. '73 
Grantsboro, N.C. 

Hamilton, George W. "73 
Augusta, Ga. 

Hammie, Carolyn E. '73 
Oxford, N.C. 

Hanna, Minnie R. '73 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Hargrove, Glenda F. '74 
Manson, N.C. 

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Hargrove, Gloria '73 
Clinton, N.C. 

Hargrove, Patricia '72 
Battleboro, N.C. 

Hardy, Larry E. '74 
Hollister, N.C. 

Harris, Barbara A. '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Harris, Dianne '74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Harris, Gail E. "74 
Durham, N.C. 

Harris, Mildred J. '72 
Louisburg, N.C. 

Harris, Odessa M. '74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Harrison, Mary '73 
Spring Hope, N.C. 

Hart, Anne A. "74 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Hart, Pamela L. '74 
Belmont, N.C. 

Hawkins, Beulah '74 
Littleton, N.C. 


Higli, Elizabeth "73 
Zebulon, N.C. 

Highsmith, James "73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Hill, Bettie L. "74 
Snow Hill. N.C. 

Holden, Doris '74 

Holt, Larry "74 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Hooker, Edith "73 
Sanford, N.C. 

Hawkins, Joseph '74 
Littleton, N.C. 

Hawkins, Lawrence 
Littleton, N.C. 

Hawkins, Ronald '74 
Littleton, N.C. 

Hines, Donna L. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Hines, Robert '72 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Holcomb, Richard '73 
Staten Island, N.Y. 

Howard, Jeanette '73 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Huff, Patricia '74 
Williamston, N.C. 

Hunt, Willetta "73 
Roper, N.C. 


Hurt, Eugene '72 
Orange, N.J. 

Irvin, Annie '74 
Anil Arbor, Mich. 

Jacobs, Mary F. '73 
Rich Square, N.C. 

James, Evelyn '73 
Amarillo, Texas 

James, Linda V. '74 
Bronx, N.Y. 

Jackson. Doretha '72 
Washington. D.C. 

Jackson. JacqueHne "73 
Wilmington. N.C. 

Jacobs, Gloria A. '72 
Rich Square, N.C. 

Johnson, Kathy '73 
Charlottesville, Va. 

Johnson, Lester '74 
Tarboro, N.C. 

Johnson, Linda D. '74 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Jefferies, William "72 
Burlington, N.C. 

Jenkins, Cyrono L '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Jenkins, Marie '74 
Yonges Island, S.C. 


Johnson, Priscilla '73 
Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 

Jones, Almetta '72 
Hampston, N.C. 

Jones, Beatrice '72 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Jones, Benora '74 
Freetown, Sierra Leono 

Jones, Cynthia L. '72 
Bronx, N.Y. 

Jones, Ernestines '72 
Henderson, N.C. 

Jones, Goerge A. '74 
Gamer, N.C. 

Jones, Gloria J. '73 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Jones, Joyce A. '74 
Roper, N.C. 

Jones, Melvin R. '74 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Jones, Michael A. '72 
Chicago, III, 

Jones, Warren '73 
Dania, Fla. 

Joyner, Janice '74 
Fountain, N.C. 

Kelly, Willie J. '72 
Littleton, N.C. 

Kendall, Anthony '73 
Washington, D.C. 


King, Larry "74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Kirvin. Eloise "73 
Darlington, S.C. 

Knotts. Oliver "73 
Wilmington, Delaware 

Lanice, Lorice "73 
Oak City.N.C. 

Lane, Edward J. "72 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Lanham, Rosa "74 
Amityville, N.Y. 

Latta, Stella L. '73 
Oxford, N.C. 

Lawrence, Julia "72 
White Plains, N.Y. 

Lawyer, Barbara "73 
Lamar, South Carolina 

Ledbetter. Francis '73 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Lee, Fred H. "74 
Leeville, Va. 

Leonard, Rosemar)' '72 
Trenton, N.J. 








Lewis, Robert C. '73 
St. Pauls, N.C. 

Lewis, Sandra M. '72 
Charleston, S.C. 

Lewis, Sylvia L. "74 
Goldsboro, N.C. 

Liggins, Gilda A. '74 
Mebane, N.C. 

Little, Linda J. '72 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Lilly, Carolyn Y. "73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Lineberger, Hermena M. '73 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Little, Sylvia D. '73 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Little, Vivian D. '73 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Long, Willie F. '74 
Alcoa, Tenn. 

Lovett, Sandra D. '73 
Ithaca. N.Y. 

Lucas, Alfred '72 
Washington, D.C. 



Lucas, Elizabeth K. '73 
Swan Quarter, N.C. 

Lynch, Peggy J. '73 
Whitaker, N.C. 

Lynn, Willie M. '74 
Smithfield, N.C. 

McAdams, Reola '74 
Snow Camp, N.C. 

McDonald, Mary A. '72 
South Ozone Park, N.Y. 

McKinnon, Delemon R. '73 
Raeford, N.C. 

McBroom, Patricia A. '73 
Hillsborough, N.C. 

McDowell, William Jr. '74 

Orrum, N.C. 

McMillan, James C. '74 
St. Pauls, N.C. 

McClam, Gloria A. '74 
Garner, N.C. 

McFarland, Glenda G. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

McMillan, OUieM. '73 
Shannon, N.C. 


McPhail, Janet C. '73 
Clinton, N.C. 

McPhatter, Notre W. "72 
Raeford, N.C. 

McQueen, Steve D. '73 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

McRae, Carl E. '74 
Rowland, N.C. 

McRae. Katherine L. '72 
Lumberton, N.C. 

Mace, Marcellus T. '74 
Latta, S.C. 

Mace, Zachariah T. "73 
Latta, S.C. 

Macer, Gloria J. '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Mack, Brenda M. "73 
Virginia Beach , Va. 

Mackey, Gloria J. "72 
Lancaster, S.C. 

Manley, Anthony F. '74 
New York, N.Y. 

Mann, Carolyn A. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Manning, Ella L. "74 
Williamston, N.C. 

Manning, Howard L. '74 
Maxton, N.C. 

Manns, Denise M. '73 
Chicago, III. 

Marrow, Brenda L. '73 
Oak Citv, N.C. 


Mash, Charles R. '73 
Sanford, N.C. 

Marshbum, Doris '73 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Massenburg, Gloria C. '73 
Petersburg, Va. 


Matthews, Michael W. '72 
New York, NY. 

Mayo, Mary '72 
Weldon, N.C. 

Mays, June R. '74 
Lexington, Va. 


Middleton, Francis J. '72 
Charleston, S.C. 

Montague, Charles E. '73 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Montague, Mary E. '72 
Oxford, N.C. 

Montague, Paula Y. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Moore, Angelia '73 
Charleston, S.C. 

Moore, Dora '73 
Graham, N.C. 

Moore, Ella L. '74 
Garysburg, N.C. 

Moore, Jimmie R. '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Moore, John R. "73 
Richmond, Va. 

Moore, Rosalinde Y. "73 
Goldsboro, N.C. 


Morant, Juanita '74 
Orrum, N.C. 

Morgan, Deborah '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Mull, Jerry '74 
Shelby, N.C. 

Murphy, Shirley '72 
Hartsville, S.C. 

Murphy. Vivian '74 
Hartsville, S.C. 

Muse, Cheryl '74 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Mustipher, E. '73 
Charleston. S.C. 

Myatt, Kay F. '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Nappier, Emma '72 
Arrington, Va. 

Newsome, Chester '72 
Conway, N.C. 

Nealy, Matthew '74 
Fairmont, N.C. 


Niblett, Joseph '73 
Axton, Va. 

Ofoegbu, Ben '74 
Orlu, West Africa 

Oliver, Monta Jr. '72 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Otey, Nancy E. "72 
Washington, D.C. 

Outlaw, James E. '74 
Kennansville, N.C. 

Outlaw, Travis '73 
Kenansville, N.C. 

Overton, Ethel B. '73 
New York, N.Y. 

Paisley, HattieM. '73 
Fairmont, N.C. 

Palmer, Bertha E. '74 
Meridian, Ga. 

Parker, Emma J. '73 
Murfreesboro, N. C. 

Parkinson, Horace '74 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 

Parris, Priscilla '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Petway, Francis '72 
Whitaker. N.C. 

Peyton, Leah R. "73 
Cary, North Carolina 

Pinckney, Saundra "73 
Charleston, S.C. 

Phillips, Doris '74 
Greenville, N.C. 

Phillips, Kevin '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Poindexter, Rodney '73 
Lexington, Va. 

Poole, Jasmone '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Powers, John A. '74 
Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 

Presley, Calvin '73 
Rah way, N.J. 

Price, Teresa J. '72 
Washington, D.C. 

Pulley, Catherine '73 
Spring Hope, N.C. 

Purvis, Legistrean '72 
Oak City, N.C. 

Ramos, Wanda G. '72 
Newton. Conn. 

Ramseur, Martha 
Shelby. N.C. 

Ramsey, Pamela '74 
Salisbury, N.C. 

Reed, Margaret '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


Reid, Doris A. "74 
Freemont, N.C. 

Reinhardt, Chyral '74 
Lincolnton, N.C. 

Revis, Barbara '72 
LaGrange, N.C. 

Richards, Melville '73 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 

Richards, Sydney '74 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 

Richardson, Ronald '74 
Norfolk, Va. 

Richardson, Sandra '73 
Nashville, N.C. 

Richardson, Sheila "72 
Wendell, N.C. 

Ritler, Reginald '73 
Cinn, Ohio 

Ritter, Ronald '73 
Cinn, Ohio 

Rivers, Theora '74 
Miami, Fla. 

Robertson, Gwendolyn '72 
Raleigh, N.C. 


Robinson, Eton '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Rogers, Carolyn "73 
Roxboro, N.C. 

Rogers, Cynthia "73 
Farmville, N.C. 

Rogers, Ida L. "72 
Farmville, N.C. 

Rook, Glover "73 
Garysburg, N.C. 

Royal, Mattie Y. "72 
Goldsboro, N.C. 

Sanders, Evon '73 
Garner, N.C. 

Sanders, Linwood "73 
Garner, N.C. 

Sands, Rhonda E. "74 
Rensellear, Ind. 

Sanford, Walter "74 
Jamaica, N.Y. 

Scott, Lillian "72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Shands, Bernard '74 
Laurens, S.C. 

Shiner, Janice '73 
Charleston, S.C. 

Shipman. Dorothy '73 
New York, N.Y. 

Shipman, Linda '74 
New York, N.Y. 






Shyllon, Mohamed '74 
Pendembu, Sierra Leone 

Simpkin, JacqueUne "73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sloan, Lawrence '74 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Simmons, Carol A. '72 
Miami, Florida 

Smalls, Charles E. '73 
Wilmington, N.C. 

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Simms, Preston '73 
Wilson, N.C. 

Smalls, Kenneth '72 
Charleston, S.C. 

Smashum, Jacquelyn '73 
Charleston, S.C. 

Smith, Adrienne L. '73 
Winston Salem, N.C. 

Smith, Doris '74 
Zebulon, N.C. 

Smith, La Fayette '74 
Yonkers, N.Y. 

Smith. Pricilla A. '74 
Winterville, N.C. 

Spencer, Robert "73 
Columbia, N.C. 

Stafford, Brenda '74 
Washington, D.C. 

Stanley, Barbara J. '72 
Robersonville, N.C. 

Stansberry, Jeanette '74 
Halifax, N.C. 

Stewart, Kitty L. '72 
Long Island, N.Y. 

Steede, Gale L. '73 
St. Albans, N.Y. 

Stokes, Phyllis '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 


Striiigfield, Barbara '74 
Burgaw, N.C. 


Swann, Gene '74 
Sanford, N.C. 


Swindell, Gwendolyn '73 
Belliaven, N.C. 

Sutton, Crystal '74 
Key West, Fla. 

Taylor, Alberta '72 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Taylor, Debra '73 
Willingboro, N.J. 

Taylor, Harry L. '74 
Wilmington, N.C. 

Taylor Jjnics II 72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Taylor, Linda '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Teele, Larry '73 
Everetts, N.C. 

Tillery,OraL. '73 
Rich Square, N.C. 

Titus, Mary H. '73 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Toombs, Nancy '73 
King William, Va. 

Townsend, Carolyn '74 
Orrum, N.C. 

Townsend, Daphne '72 
Orrum, N.C. 

Tuck. Patricia '74 
Roxboro, N.C. 



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Turner, Margaret '73 
Durham, N.C. 

Upchurch, Cecelia "72 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Tyson. Claudetta "74 
Winterville, N.C. 

Walker, Shirley '74 
Statesville, N.C. 

Walker, Zaiia '72 
Hyattsville, Md. 

Wallace, Deloris '73 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Ware. Kellyn '73 
Opa Locka, Fla. 

Ward. Mary D. "73 
Goldsboro, N.C. 

Warren, Christine "72 
CUnton, N.C. 

Warren. Thomas '72 
Clinton, N.C. 


Waters, Jerome '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Watson, Patricia '72 
Charleston, S.C. 

White, Joel E. "72 
Bronx, NY. 

White, Sandra '74 
Burgaw, N.C. 

Whitfield, Linda '73 
Whitaker, N.C. 

Whitfield, Willo '74 
Albertson, N.C. 

Whitaker, Julius '74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Whitaker, Willie '73 
Greenville, S.C. 

Wiggins, Lee T. '74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Wilkins, Clayton '74 
Enfield, N.C. 

Williams, Barbara '72 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Williams, Charks 72 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Williams, Charles W. 74 
Hartsville, S.C. 

Williams, Clarence "74 
Henderson, N.C. 

Williams, Deloris '74 
Charleston, S.C. 

Williams, Floydstyne "72 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, Francis "73 
Wilson, N.C. 

Williams, Gale "74 
Pinehurst, N.C. 

WUliams, Harold '74 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 

Williams, Jean '74 
Washington, D.C. 

Williams, Larkins "73 
Louisville, Ga. 

Williams, Thomas '74 
HartsvUle, S.C. 

Willie, Claude "74 

Willie, Claudette '73 
Pollocksville, N.C. 


Wilson, Deborah '74 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Wilson, Rachel '73 
Newton Grove, N.C. 

Wines, Woody '74 
Pinetops. N.C. 

Wood, Wyatt '73 
Madison Heights, Va. 

Woodard, Eddie "73 
Sharpsburg, N.C. 

Woodlock, Joseph '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wynn, Deborah '74 
Darlington, S.C. 

Young, Barbara '73 
Morristown, N.J. 

Young, Helen '74 
Greensboro, N.C. 


Simmons, Linda '74 
New Bern, N.C. 

Chester, Eyonne '74 
Petersburg, Va. 



Editor's Note 

"Mimy individuals have, like imciit diamonds, 
Shining qnalities beneath a rough exterior" 


Editor's Note is a first for the Falcon capturing botli the past 
and present events at the "Aug". This section is devoted to 
events that occurred after the deadline of the 1970 Falcon 
Yearbook and groups of unique students with that something 
special which makes them outstanding among us. The essence 
of the Editors Note is not to spotlight student characteristics 
per se but to point out those hidden academic, liumanitarian. 
and personal talents possessed by all of us with only a few 
utilizing these gifted qualities. 

"I never did anything worth doing by accident, nor did any of 
my inventions come by accidents; they came by work." 


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Douglass Hunt addresses the Honor's Day audience with President Robinson and the Honorable 
Mayor Howard Lee looking on. Douglass is a Math and Chemistry major from Amityville. New York, 
who graduated Sunnna Cum Laude, a first for Saint Augustine's College. 

Tlie Sociology Club, headed by Lawrence Wray, 
sponsored a Sociology Conference on Saint 
Augustine's College campus in March 1970 with 
speakers talking on contemporary issues. Left 
to right: Mr William C. Kinney, Special Assis- 
tant to the Mayor of Washington, D. C; William 
Jones, Senior, Saint Augustine's College; Mr. 
Bill Jessup, Executive Director Raleigh Com- 
munity Relations Committee; and an officer of 
the Community Relations Committee. 

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The 2nd Annual Parent's Day was highlighted with a plaque presented to Mr. & Mrs. James H. Ford. Seven out of eight daughters 
are graduates of Saint Augustine's College and the eighth daughter is now attending, (would you believe 5 are Deltas). 

Leo Mackie, one of the truly great athletes to graduate from 
St. Aug, shown here accepting the "Twitty Award" from Dean 
J. W. Twitty, for outstanding play and leadership in the world 
of sports. Leo batted .419 in baseball for the 1969-70 season. 

Nydia Malone receives trophy presented by Dr. Jones for 
the highest scholastic average. She has a 3.97 on the 4.00 
point System. 



Dr. Peter Batchelor of North Carolina State University's School of Design, prepares to show slides to one of the many sessions 
held during the Sociology Conference. 

Lawrence (all smiles) Wray presents plaque to Mrs. Elsie Wormack. Du-ector, Waldrop Community Action Center, while 
Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Executive Director, Wake Opportunity Inc. Raleigh, and William LeCount, President, Omega Psi 
Phi Fraternity looks on. The Omegas received a plaque for their humanitarian services to three children. 

Ralph Mitchell holds the bat 
which won him the C.I. A. A. 
Southern Division Batting 
Title, with James "Louis- 
burg" Levister looking on. 
"Mitch" slugged .500 while 
Jimmy belted .455 during the 
1969-70 campaign. 

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St. Aug Welcomes Senator Brooke 

Luther Gibbs presents Senator Edward Brooke a 1970 year- 
book, compliments of the student body. In the background 
are Mrs. Keck; Director of Publicity and Freddie Vaughns; 
Student Representative on the Board of Trustees. 

After the presentation, the Massachusetts Senator 
poses for a picture with fellow brother, Luther. 

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Senator Brooke holds a press conference with student leaders, John Monroe, President Student Government Association; Freddie 
Vaughns, Student Representative on the Board of Trustees; John Holmes, Associate Editor of the Pen; and William Farrow, Editor 
of the Pen. Also present were President Prezell R. Robinson and Charles H. Debnam, member of the Board of Trustees. 


The prominent Black Lawmaker holds a news conference with other student leaders on subjects from Foreign Policy to the 
Domestic Outlook of America. 

Senator Brooke chats with Phyllis Harden and Edward Boston. The Honorable Senator Edward Brooke speaks on "Black Americans Have a 

Choice Today" during the "Second Spring" - an all college convocation 
while President Robinson pauses for a cool glass of water after his introduc- 
tion of the keynote speaker. 




Miss St. Augustine's being escorted from the throne by Mr. James Burt at the Coronation. 

Miss St. Augustine's and her court as displayed in the Annual Christmas Parade in Raleigh. 


Miss St. Augustine's and Rev. Clyde Beatty in moments of William Farrow escorts Miss St. Augustine's at the Annual 

prayer. Coronation Ball. 

Miss St. Augustine's is presented a gift from the Faculty by Mrs. 
Betty Simpson. 133 


104th Convocation 

President Robinson speaks on the subject, "St. Augustine's College in the Seventies — Old Myths and New Realities." 

The students and faculty expressing greetings and appreciation after the Convocation with smiles, hand shakes, and small talk. 


Principals at the Convocation of the 104th Formal Opening of St. Augustine's College - left to right: Dr. P. R. Robinson, Rev. W. 
Mouttrie Moore; Suffragan Bishop, Peter Holden; President of the National Alumni Association, John Monroe; President SGA, and 
William J. Walker, Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees. 

iitudent Leaders: Officers of Classes, Fraternities and Sororities being recognized at the 104th Convocation for their outstanding 
leadership and participation in extra curriculum activities. 135 


Freshman Orientation 

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African Heritage Dancers 

A few of St. Augustine's Freshmen chat with African Heritage dancers who appeared at the college. The students are left to right: 
Michael Graves. Reola McAdams, Geraldine Harris, Elizabeth Lucas, and Carl Cooper. 

Tri-Talent Show 

Participants of a recent talent show "look on" as their picture is taken. A variety of talent was presented by Shaw University, 
Kittrell College, and St. Augustine's with the "Shades of Satin" from St. Augustine's winning first place. 



Gospel All Stars 

The Gospel Allstars performed at St. Augustine's Emory Health and Fine Arts Building. Joseph Niblett and Mildred check out an encore by 
the group backstage. 

We Shall Overcome Or Else 

This is a scene from the play "WE shall Overcome or Else" presented by St. Augustine's College by the St. Augustine's Players: Robert 
Ridge, Louis Fourche, Oliver Workman and Douglas Brown are shown here in the play. The play was written by Danny Scarborough. The 
play is concerned with violence versus non-violence and black identity. (Would you believe Thomas Carter is in the casket.) 


Student Government Induction 

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John Monroe, President of SGA extends greeting to the student body and the administration while newly elected SGA officers look 
on. (Robert Jones, Business Manager; Gardenus Morant, Assistant Secretary; Sheila Clarke, Secretary; William LeCount, Vice- 

Readings by 
Julia FieEd 

Sylvia Berry pins a corsage on Miss Julia Fields, Poet in 
Resident at St. Augustine's College after one of her many 
readings of poetry. 

William LeCount places a SGA pin on Constance Sands during 
the student government induction ceremony. 



Lyceum Series 



The renowned Bass-Baritone. Simon Estes takes time out to pose with two 
attractive "St. Aug" students. Linda Little and Theora Rivers. The Iowa-born 
Estes has received International acclaim by appearing in Belgium. Germany, 
Italy, and Canada as well as throughout the United States. On the left is Paul 
Liljestrand. the pianist, who accompanied Mr. Estes on his campus 


Linda Whitfield, Harry Taylor, Alfred Lucas, 
Elaine Jacobs, and Queen Thompson chats with 
George Riabikoff after his brilliant and lively 
concert on campus. The European-born pianist 
comes from a musical family, related to 
Tchaikovsky and Rachmanioff. Mr. Riabikoff 
has received world acclaim for his expert 
artistry on the piano. 


Christmas Recital 

The College Band in the Cliristmas Concert. 

The Choir in the Christmas Concert. 

North Carolina Symphony Orchestra. 

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The P;in-Africaii Lecture Series presented 
tlirougli the co-operation of the Student Govern- 
ment Association and the Student Organization 
for Black Unity (SOBU) for the purpose of en- 
lightening students, faculty and staff in the 
struggle of the Black man witii contemporary 

The three day lecture series focused on African 
affairs, youth, drugs and Black students. 

President Robinson talks with Raymond Mbala of G.R.A.D. (third 
from the left). 



Raymond Mbala addresses the Saint Augustine's audience on the subject "The Struggle of 
the Anogolan People". 


Art Exhibit 

ART FOR MODERN MAN DISPLAYED. Howard Burchette, left, instructor of art at Saint Augustine's College, is showing liis 
painting of a migrant worker to Creft Hannibal, and Faith Humbert. Mr. Burchette is known for his one man art exhibit throughout 
the Raleigh area. 

New Career Opportunities Program 

James E. Burt (on the left), Coordinator of Alumni Affairs at Saint Augustine's, welcomes graduates to the New Career 
Opportunities Program held on campus. LEFT TO RIGHT: Roalh Aarons, '64, Earl Graves Associates; Charles Willis, '60, 
Community Projects, New York City; Mrs. Maurvene Deberry Williams. '66, Library of Congress; Louis Belcher, '63, Quaker Oats 
Company; George Flemming, '60, Department of Social Services, Raleigh; and Robert Mathes, Director of the Career Planning and 
Placement Center, Saint Augustine's College. 



Every man is a volume, if you know how to read him. (Channing) 


New Faculty And Staff 

New Faculty and Staff Members-These are new faculty and staff members of the Saint Augustine's College "Family", who were 
present for pictures. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Jacqueline H. Jenkins, instructor. History and Government; Miss Margaret 
Brown, assistant secretary. President's Office; Miss Betsy Watson, secretary to the assistant to the Vice President for Academic 
Affairs; Mrs. Mary McCray, instructor, Physical Education; Dr. J. B. Krishnappi, professor, English; Mrs. E. H. Dempsey, Director 
Guidance and Testing; Miss Elaine Jeffreys, secretary to the Administrative Assistant to the President; Miss Cheryl Kaetzel, 
instructor in Spanish and French; and Robert H. Mathes, Director of Placement. STANDING; James E. Burt, Coordinator of 
Alumni Affairs; Dr. Sreekantan S. Nair, Associate professor of Mathematics; Willie J. Barham, Proctor; William A. Cheek, 
instructor. Physical Education; Miss Settle M. Hill, instructor. Physical Education; Onesmus N. Ireri, instructor. History and 
Government; James D. Lockette, Assistant professor. Political Science and History and James C. Black, Director, Freshman Studies. 



Board Of Trustees 

These are members of the Board of Trustees, Saint Augustine's College who were present for pictures at the recent Board Meeting. 
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Henry H. Meigs; Hillery Thome; The Right Rev. W. Moultrie Moore; Joseph B. Cheshire, The Riglit 
Rev. Hunley A. Elebash; Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, President, Saint Augustine's College, The Riglit Rev. Thomas A. Eraser, Chairman 
of the Board; The Rev. Phillip C. Cato; Dr. S. M. Nabrit; Mrs. M. T. DuPont; Mrs. Juanita K. Stout; Robert F. McCuen; Henry E. 
Bessier. STANDING, LEET TO RIGHT: Thomas C. Powell; James Reid; Mrs. Richard Hunter; Dr. Frank B. Weaver; Charlie 
Debnam; H. Rodney Sharp; A. Melvin Miller and Dr. Richard L. Watson. 

The Right Rev. Thomas A. Fraser, D.D. 
Chairman of Board of Trustees 



Joseph Jones, Jr., Ph.D. 

Vice Pres. for Academic 


J. MiUs Holloway, B.S. 
Vice Pres. for Financial 


Prezell R. Robinson, Ed.D. 
President of Saint Augustine's College 

E. Spraggjns, M. Lift. 

Wiley Davis, M.Ed. 

Administrative .Assistant 

to the President 



Division of Education 

1 risscll W. Jones, D.Ed. 


Chairman, Division of Ed. 

Suraj P. Puri. Ph.D. 


Head, Business Dcpt. 


Jesse Clements, M.S. 


Physical Education 



Youngil Cho, M.B.A. 

Mildred E. Hanis, M.S. 

Delores E. Ball, M.A. 
Elementary Education 

Minnie T. Forte, Ph.D. 

Nelson H. Harris, Ph.D. 

Thomas Simmons, M.Ed. 

Frank A. Tohver, Ph.D. 

Earle K. Curry, M.S. 
Physical Education 

James C. Black 
Director of Freshmen 


Division of Humanities 

James A. Boyer, td.D. 

Albert W. Grauer, Ph.D. 
Head, Music Dept. 

Ernestine Saunders, M.M. 
Head, Modern Languages 

Herman L. Jenkins, M.S. 

Jesse Ray Robinson, M.A. 
English and Reading 

Romer D. Watson, M.A. 

Sophia Friedlander, M.A. 

Max Dardeau, M.A. 
Modern Languages 

Sadik T. Duda, .M.A. 

Merline Pitre, M.A. 

Nathaniel W. Coleman, B.A. 

Johnnella L. Lucas, M.M. 

Howard L. Burchette, M.S. 

Rev. Clyde E. Beatty, B.D. 
Religion and Phil, 
College Chaplain 

Rev. Arthur J. Calloway, 

Religion and Phil. 




Division of Natural Science And Mathematics 

Kresimir Blazevic. Ph.D. 
Acting Head, Chemistry 

Rebecca C. Weatherford, M.A. 
Head, Math & Physics 

Jeffery Gipson, Ph.D. 

Cecil N. Coble, M.S. 

Raymond Davis, M.S. 

Addessa M. Lewis, M.A.T. 

Henry Lewis, Jr., M.A.T. 


Division of Social Science 

William A. Gaines. Ph.D. 
Chairman, Social Science 

Norman H. Dawes, Ph.D. 

Elmer C. Schwertman, Ph.D. 





Charles A. Haywood, M.S. 
Dean of Students 

Esther S. McNeill, M.A. 
Dean of Women 

James H. Twitty, M.A. 
Asst. Dean of Students 

Christopher C. Gray, 
B.C. Dean of Men 

George E. Sanders, M.S. 
Financial Aid Officer 

Rice R. DeLoatche, B.S. 
Financial Aid 

Thelma M. Keck, B.A. 
Director of Publicity 

James E. Burt, B.A. 
Coordinator of Alumni 

Sylvester L. Peterson, 
B.A., Director of 


Lionell J. Randolph, 
B.A., Assist. Director 
of Admissions 

Evelyntyne H. Dempsey, 
M.A., Director of 
Guidance & Testing 

Lois Rogers, B.A. 

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Lawrence Bradley, B.S. 
Supt. of Buildings & Grounds 

William B. Colbert 

Director of Student Union & 


Frederick D. Smith, B.S. 
Director of Kood Services 

Barbara J. Moring, B.A. 
Asst. Director of hood 

Homer R. Debnam, B.A. 
Social Director 

Delia Moore, B.S. 
College Nurse 

Linda Williams 
College Nurse 

Margaret W. Ransdell, B.S. 
Director of Personnel 

Catherine Winters, B.A. 
Assistant Librarian 

Ruth B. Walker, B.A. 
Library Assistant & Sec. 



Secretaries And Personnel 

Marie M. Gibbs 
Sec. to President 

Thelma Hunter 

Sec, President's Office 

Margaret Brown. B.S. 
Asst. Sec, President's 

Elaine Jeffreys. 

Sec. to Administrative 

Asst. to the President 

Alice F. Perry. B.A. 
Sec. Academic Dean 

Gloria J. Dolby, B.A. 

Sec Academic Dean 

Barbara M. Bradley, B.A. 
Sec Dean of Students 

Carolyn W. Steward 
Sec Dean of Students 

June K. Campbell 
Sec. Vice Pres. Fin. 

Sandra B. Alford 
Student Account Clerk 

Gloria P. Johnson 
Cashier's Office 

Patricia S. Young 
Business Office 

LuDee Singletary 
Sec. Financial Aid 

Nancy G. Wall 
Clerk, Business Office 

Betsy Watson. B.S. 
Sec Asst to Vice Pres. 
for Academic Affairs 



Brenda Blalock 

Sec. Guidance & Testing 

Geretta Meming 

Sec. Education Department 

Rosa T. Curtis 
Faculty Secretary 

Linda Lucas 
Faculty Secretary 

Barbara Mann 
Sec. Dev. & Public 

Betty P. Thomas 

Sec. Purchasing Department 

Inez Hayes 
Post Office 
Joan P. Lee 
College Bookstore 

Juanita K. .McKnight 
College Bookstore 

Louis Shepherd 
Campus Officer 

Clarence Forte 

Kathie C. Adams 
Dormitory Directres 
Delany Hall 


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student Government Association 

The purposes of the Student Council of St. Augus- 
tine's College are to provide a medium through which 
student opinions and thoughts 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 impartially, except in the 
case of moral turpitude. 

The Student Council holds membership in several 
associated student government, mainly Black Stu- 
dents United for Liberation (BSUL) and Student 
Organization for Black Unity (SOBU). 

The many activities which the student council has 
presented reflect its desire to provide a well-rounded 
program for the student body. 

John Monroe — President SGA 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Dianne Todd, Gardenus Morant, Zana Walker, Mary Holley, Edith Hooker, John Monroe, Willo Whitfield, 
William Jones, Julius Whitfield, Sheila Clarke and Sherman Arrington. 




Veteran Club 

During the spring of 1967-68 
sciiool year, the Veterans of St. 
Augustine's College reorganized 
themselves to effectively deal 
with the influx of Veterans re- 
turning to school. The overall 
purpose of the club has been that 
of stimulating academic excel- 
lence, social atmospiiere among 
fellow veterans and the mainte- 
nance of brotherhood, and com- 
munity interaction. 

During the 1970-71 school year, 
the club initiated an instructorial 
program at Central Youth Center 
located at Ralcigii's Central 
Prison. The Veteran's Club assist- 
ed the Registrar's Office during 
the Spring Registration period. 
Plans for the remainder of the 
school year include the issuance 
of a Scholarship and the imple- 
mentation of an operation to re- 
cruit more Veterans for atten- 
dance here. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: John Monroe, William Farrow, James Bowden, Leonard Farrar, Ralph Mitchell, 
Edward Washington, Jessie Dillard and Lenwood Long. 


STANDING (left to right): Queen Thompson, Mary Merritt, Loretta Gilchrist, Thurman Pittman, Elsie Pettus, Creft Hannibal, 
Deborah Artis, Andre Ramseur, Mary Holley, Mary Umstead and Sheryl Lewis. SITTING (left to right): Rachel Baddy, Mary 
McDonald, Gloria Upperman, Linda Fuller and Bessie Bandy. 






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The St. Augustine's College 
Chapter of Phi Beta Lanibdo 
consists of students in the De- 
partment of Business. The pur- 
pose of this organization is to 
encourage academic excel- 
lence, strengthen confidence 
in students, enable tiiem to 
compete favorably with tlieir 
associates, develop ijualities 
that will enable them to parti- 
cipate effectively in business, 
professional and community 
life. The chapter sponsors such 
activities as panel discussions, 
forums, lecturers and lun- 

Edward Washington. Mary Scott, Rita Dunston, Irene Harris. SECOND ROW Robert cheons. 

Middleton, Catherine Hall. THIRD ROW: Thurman Campbell, Thelma Geathers and 



STANDING (left to right): Rachel Eaddy. Bessie Bandy, Mary McDonald, Queen Thompson, Gloria Upperman, 
Loretta Gilchrist, Mary Merritt, Mary Umstead. Elaine Jacobs, Katherine McRae. SITTING: Alfred Lucas, Willie 
Mae Henry, Linda Whitfield, Barbara Stanley, Cassandra Gooding, Gardenus Morant, Thurman Pittman. 


STANDING (left to right): William LeCount, Andre Ramseur, Sheila Clarke, Craft Hannibal, 
John Monroe, Freddie Vaughns. Phyllis Harden, William Farrow, Edward Asare. FRONT ROW: 
Gloria Durham, Mary Holley, Linda Fuller, Esther Boyer, Rachel Eaddy, Loretta Gilchrist. 
(NOT SHOWN: Mary Umstead, Lenwood Long) 


Sociology Club 

STANDING (left to right): Joyce Robinson, Eddie Avent, Dianne Todd, Christopher Canady, Elsie Pettus, William Jeffries, Cheryl 
Graham, Walter Porter, Jacqueline Simpkins, Warren Jones, Valeria Beal. SITTING: Clara Warren, Doris Battle, Shirley Gilchrist, 
Alfred Lucas, Carolyn Jones, Gloria Durham and Mary Holley. 



BACK ROW Gerome Miller, Creft Hannibal, Richard McCloud, James Taylor. FRONT ROW: 
Edna Beard, Barbara Williams, Debra Taylor, Shiela Clarke, Linda Evans and Phyllis Harden. 

Mathematics Club 

The Mathematics Club ac- 
cept membership of any 
natural science major. The 
main objectives of tiie or- 
ganization are to instill 
syngenism and cohesiveness 
among the science majors 
and to foster academic ex- 
cellence, inter-student tu- 
torial program and extra- 
curricular pursuits. The an- 
nual activities include re- 
search programs, lectures, 
tutorial programs, social 
events, field trips, and ex- 
change and debate programs 
with neighboring colleges. 


STANDING (left to right): Larry Jones, Alviii Clanton. Willie Lee, Dianne Harris, Winston 
Barnes, Leroy Soney, Willie Foreman, Mary Ward. Clarence Dyson. SITTING: Edward 
Boston, Evone Foreman, George Gunn, Deborah Baptist, James Turner, Barbara Harris, 
Clarence Cash, Fred Lee. 

BOTTOM ROW standing: Gerome Miller, Creft Hannibal, Rachael Eaddy, Herman Jenkins (director), Barbara Williams, Cyril 
Burke, Oliver Workman, Isaiah Simmons. MIDDLE ROW: Sandra Pinkney, Odessa Harris, Sherman Arrington, Minnie Hannah, 
Missy Johnson, Willo Whitifield, Mary McDonald, Preston Simms, Richard Holcomb, Cathy Johnson, Bessie Bandy, Linda Foster, 
Steven Ingram. TOP ROW: Shirley Gilchrist, Shirley Murphy, Francis Ledbetter, Odell Warren, Martha Ramseur, Douglas Brovi'n, 
Christine Warren, Loretta Gilchrist, Marilyn Green, Calvin Carson, Ida Rogers. Winifred Robinson and Willie Whittaker. 


Biology Club 

STANDING (left to right): Edward Boston. Winston Barnes, Thomas Hawkins, Mary Titus, Angelia Moore, Larry Jones. 
SITTING: Deborah Artis, Mary Ward and Carolyn Lilly. 


SITTING (left to right): Mary Titus, Larry Jones, Deborah Artis, Thomas Hawkins, Angelia 
Moore, Carolyn Lilly, Edward Boston, and Mary Ward. 


International Student Organization 

FRONT ROW: Edward Asare, Noe Nswadi, Johnson Boadu. Millicent Boutchway, Patrick Blell, Aletha Diggs. 
SECOND ROW: Frank Colebrook, Emmanuel Frimpong, Joseph Konde, Benora Jones, Adeline Baxter, 
Benjamin Sackey, Michaeila Baxter, Wilhemina Attoh. THIRD ROW: Mohaned Syllon, Sydney Richards, 
Melville Richard, Wayne Johnson, Harald Williams, Horace Parkinson, H. Shyllon. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Michael Graves, Douglas Brown, Richard Holcomb, Winnifred Robinson, Creft Hannibal, 
Isaiah Simmons, Cyril Burke and Sherman Arrington. 


English Club 

iTANDlNG (left to right): Lawrence Hawkins, Bessie Bandy, Mary Umstead, Loretta 
iilchrist, William Farrow, Rachel Eaddy, Mary McDonald, Douglas Brown. SITTING: Andre 

The study of English as a subject of the 
humanities division has as its intent tlie 
development of the student's individual 
ability to read, to think, and to write 
effectively. Since English is indispensable 
for learning in all areas, the English Club 
is open for anyone who wants to join 
and not just English Majors. The English 
Club strives to bring in people to give us 
their ideas on certain areas of the English 

The English Club has worked hard and 
very diligently these last ten years to 
make our worthwhile efforts exceedingly 
profitable. We will continue to work 
hard to make things better and as old 
members graduate, we hope that the new 
members will do an even better job. 


TOP ROW (left to right): Gloria Macer, Carver Durham, Furman Tisdale, Henry Douglas, Earl Murray, Barbara Young. MIDDLE 
ROW: Leslea White, Calvin Dobbins, Edward Lane, Vivian Anderson. FRONT ROW: Rosa Gary, George Hamilton, Doris 
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Gardenus Morant, Mary Umstead, John Monroe, Thomas Hawkins, Phyllis Harden, George 
Gunn, and Lenwood Long. 


LEFT TO RIGHT: Loretta Gilchrist, Rachel Eaddy, and Mary Umstead. 

Beta Kappa Chi 

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LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Hawkins, and James Williams. 

Altar Guild 

FIRST ROW: Clara Warren, Theresa Blackman, Louise Cobb, Sheila Clarke. SECOND ROW; Rosemary Leonard, 
Novella Ford, Patricia Watson and Claudia Hall. 



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BACK ROW (left to right): Luther Gibbs, Marcia Sexton, Clayborne McGill. Arlester Ricks, Virginia Washington, Larry Scarboro, 
Willie Vick, Chester Newsome, Gordon Powell, Mary McDonald, Bessie Bandy, Lawrence Hawkins, Nancy Otey, Listervelt Winfree. 
MIDDLE ROW: Ralph Mitchell, Donald Blakeney, Enrique Jones, Rosemary Leonard, Elsie Pettus, Zana Walker. FRONT ROW: 
Mr. Freddie Vaughns. 

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Gamma Xi Chapter of 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror- 
ity. Inc. was founded on 
March 26, 1949 here at St. 
Augustine's College. As in 
previous years, the members 
of the chapter have carried 
on traditional projects. We 
presented a cheer basket to 
a needy family in obser- 
vance of the thanksgiving 
holidays and toys to the 
children of the Governor 
Moorehead School during 
the Christmas Holidays. 
Ganmia Xi Chapter boasts a 
membership of eleven 
Sorors. Alpha Kappa wo- 
men hold as their guiding 
light the motto: "Advance- 
ment through knowledge 
and achievement." 

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BACK ROW (left to right): Vivian Anderson, Marie Faulkner, Geralding Lucas, Marcia Sexton, Gloria Massenburg, 
Lillian Scott. FRONT ROW: Nancy Otey, Evelyn Little, Valerie Beal, Elaine (open your eyes) Jacobs, Nellie 




LEFT TO RIGHT. Francis Ledbetter, Wyatt Wood, Travis Outlaw, Eddie Woodard, Lary Teele, Deiemon McKinnon, 
Luther Gibbs, William Jeffries, Thurman Campbell, Winston Barnes, Listervelt Winfree, Warren Jones. Odell Warren. 

The New Breed 

Alpha Phi Alpha, tlie first 
black fraternity, was founded 
on the campus of Cornell 
Llniversity. Ithica, New York, 
on December 4, 1906. The 
racial cleavage, characteristic 
of this period, had stimulated 
seven bold black students to 
form a group for minority 
people to insure mutual help- 

These seven students are 
known to members of the 
fraternity as Jewels. Their 
courageous act was the initial 
step toward forming other 

The ideas and principles up- 
on which this fraternity was 
founded influenced many 
great men to join. Besides 
brotherhood. Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternity is based on 
knowledge and achievement. 
Ail Alpha men are scholars, 
gentlemen. leaders. and 
above all, uprighteous. 

STANDING (left to right): Clayborne McGill, Delores Bryant, Virginia Washington, Willie Mae Henry, Sheryl Lewis, Mary Holley, 
Mary Umstead. SITTING: Lincb Foster and Barbara Marshburn. 




Sigma Gamma Rho, the youngest of the 
Greek letter collegiate sororities and now 
an inter-racial organization, was organized 
November 12, 1 922. by seven young teach- 
ers in Indianapolis, Indiana. On December 
30, 1929. the sorority was incorporated as 
a National Collegiate Sorority and a charter 
was granted to Alpha Chapter of Butler 

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





Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded on tiie 
campus of Indiana University in Blooniington. Indi- 
ana, January 5, 1911. The chief aim of Kappa Alpiia 
Psi is to provide the climate within wiiich students 
may acquire a sound moral, intellectual and social 
basis for effective living. Kappa Alpha Psi seeks to 
implement this aim by exerting beneficial influence 
upon the attitudes of members and Pledges; providing 
leadership training, assisting choice of careers cur- 
ricula, encouraging achievement, fostering sociality 
and inculcating principles of democratic living. There- 
fore, Gamma Omicron Chapter impresses unity 
among its members, perserverance toward its' goal, 
and "Phi Nu Pi" as its Motto. 

Tlie Kane-ing One 

Willie Vick 
Furman Tisdale 
Whitney Davis 
Donald Blakeney 

Samuel Lowery 
Benjamin Brown 
Ronald Roberts 

Leeonte Stover 

Bob Jones 

Carl Frederick 

Alfred Lucas 

Sammie Burley 

Freddie Vaughns 
Harry Murphy 

Joe Wright 
Edward Lane 

Joel White 
Steven Ingram 
James Taylor 


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Delta Sigma Theta 




TO RIGHT: Edna Beard, Denise Clayton, Mattie Thompson, Debra Taylor, Betty Gross, Zena Walker, Legistrean Purvis, 
Upperman, Carolyn Lilly, Linda Fuller. LaVerne Peebles, Mary Merritt, Dora Moore, Marguerite Lynk, Rhonda Wallace, 
Thompson, Linda Bowe, Deborah Artis, Elsie Pettus, Gloria Durham. Deborah Peebles. 

Delta Sigma Theta, is a National Greek-letter sorority 
founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., 
on January 13, 1913. The foimders envisioned an 
organization of college women pledged to serious 
endeavors, community services and to promote high 
cultural, intellectual and moral standards among its 
members of the larger society in which it existed. 

Today there are over fifty thousand members and 
more than three hundred chapters in forty states and 
in the Republic of Haiti and Liberia. On January 12, 
1963, at its fiftieth anniversary celebration in Wash- 
ington, D.C., President John F. Kennedy, the guest of 
honor, congratulated the organization on its service 
to the country. 

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Phi Beta Sigma 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., was founded January 
9, 1914, on tlie campus of Howard University, VVasii- 
ington, D.C. Beta XI Chapter was organized here on 
St. Augustine's campus in 1944. 

The motto of the fraternity is "Culture for Service 
and Service to Humanity." For the men of Sigma this 
is more than a motto, it is a personal mode of living, 
in that all activities are undertaken with the idea of 
rendering service. Sigma has been energetic in educa- 
tional, social and business programs geared towards 
the betterment of our fellow black man and society 
as a whole. 

We are pioneers of the tutorial program held on St. 
Aug, provide scholarships to deserving students and 
issue a calendar of events for the convenience of the 
students. Our chapter is a dynamic and growing one, 
and above all "relevant" to the needs of the Com- 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Ralph Mitchell. Mose Dorsey, Edward Washington, Howard Toomer, Larry Scarboro, Willie Foreman, Frank 
Colebrook. Sidney Morgan, William Farrow, James Hinton. (not shown: Ray Collins) 

Zeta Phi Beta 

Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the campus of Howard 
University in 1920. As a link in the great interna- 
tional chain, that is striving to make meaningful its 
ideals of Service, Scholarship and Sisterhood. 
Through all its endeavors, the chapter has been 
guided by its motto, "Finer Womanhood". We would 
hope that our chapter accepts the challenge in be- 
coming a cognizant of their responsibility to continue 
seeking a deeper meaning in God; a feeling for one's 
fellow man and strive for a knowledge: not blindness, 
apathy or prejudice but the freedom to be creative. 

The chapter is working on its major projects which 
consist of Zeta Involvement Program (ZIP) and this 
year the March of Dimes on this campus and other 

The women of Zeta extends in several regions all over 
the United States and in Africa; in which Zeta Phi 
Beta Sorority was the first Greek-letter college soror- 
ity organized in Africa. 

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Doris Kinlaw 

Bettiiia Hargrave 
Ernestine Edwards 
Sheila Clarke 

Doretbea Rogers 
Olga Taliferro 

Rosemary Leonard 

Alice Graves 
Alma Bethea 
Tanya Lyons 

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STANDING (left to right); Calvin Carson, Troy Clark, Toney Askins, Joseph Debnam, Lonnie Foster, James Fairley, Roy Pearson, 
Thomas Hawkins, Leon Long, Chester Newsome. KNEELING: Gerome Miller, Andre Ramseur, Thurman Pittman, Gordon Powell, 
Carnell Hinton. 

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Alpha Phi Omega is an inter-racial National Service 
Fraternity for college and imiversity men, founded in 
1925 at Lafayette College in Easton, Penn. Now 
Alpha Phi Omega is active on more than 500 cam-' 
puses in the United States and its territories. 

The major objective of Alpha Phi Omega is service; 
service to the fraternity, campus, community, and 
nation. Our Fraternity serves its brotherhood in a 
pragmatic role of social responsibility. 

The ideals and goals of this organization are a chal- 
lenge to any individual. One is challenged to be a 
leader and promote a brotherhood of which he can be 
proud. One is challenged to serve and to serve with 
honor. Last but not least one is challenged to be a 
friend, a true friend. 

This involvement, coupled with academic priority and 
the benefits of a close knit brotherhood, is what 
Alpha Phi Omega has to offer. 



"The Constitutional Convention" of Gamma Sigma 
Sigma was held at the Beekman Tower in New York 
City on October 12, 1952. For three days the girls at 
this first convention devoted their time to devising a 
national constitution acceptable to all. It was hard 
work, but those present at the meeting were deter- 
mined to produce a constitution worthy of tiie 
principles of the group. 

The purpose of this sorority shall be to assemble 
college and university women in the spirit of service 
to humanity. It shall serve to develop friendship 
among women of all races and creeds tiirough work- 
ing side by side and through the fulfillment of these 
goals common to all. The sisters here at St. Aug. have 
helped at programs, made it so your "Sunday best" 
did not get dusty in chapel, held activities for the 
community such as tiie "can food dance" and the 
"egg hunt", worked downtown at the library. The list 
goes to show how the sisters of Gamma Sig strive to 
put their motto, "UNITY IN SERVICE", into their 
everyday life. 


Probation Week 70 

STANDING (left to right): ? ouise Cobb, Bessie Bandy, Mary McDonald, Rachel Eaddy on car. 


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Alpha Psi Mu Music Frater- 
nity was founded in the fall 
of 1967 on St. Augustine's 
College campus. This frater- 
nity is related directly to 
Mu Phi Beta Sorority in 
that both sorority and fra- 
ternity share the same rules 
and regulations. This type 
of organization is referred 
to as a "Frat-Sorority". 

Alpha Psi Mu Fraternity 
stresses the (|ualities of lead- 
ership, brotherly love, ser- 
vice, and the full apprecia- 
tion of music and arts. 

BOTTOM LIMB (left to right): Ronald Jones. Woody Vines. John Morehead. MIDDLE 
LIMB: Robert Davis, Harry Taylor, Henry Roberts. TOP LIMB: Garland Battle, Arthur 




Nu Gamma Alpha Inc. was organiz- 
ed at Howard University in the year 
of 1962. Since then Nu Gamma 
Alpha has been spreading rapidly in 
the CIAA. Nu Gamma Alpha was 
organized on St. Augustine's Col- 
lege campus on October 17, 1970. 

We are merely an independent 
black social organization and have 
no delusions of becoming GREEK 
in spite of our name. Asa Nu Gam, 
our main objective is to engage in a 
complete and all encompassing 
spectrum of social activities. Num 
Gamma Alpha does not propose to 
be a charity or fund raising organi- 
zation and therefore, confines its' 
activities to social and business 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Bettie Branch, Sylvia Berry, Laura Bunn, Lawrence Hawkins. 


THIRD ROW (left to right): Cheryl Graham, Gloria Mackey, Edith Hooker, Loretta Gilchrist, Cathy Williams, 
Katharine Davis, Sharon Blount. SECOND ROW: Ernestine Mustiphar, Esther Boyer, Alma Bethea, Caroline 
Rogers, Sandra Lewis, Joyce Barnes. FIRST ROW: Patricia Brown, Gwen Coleman. 

Mu Phi Beta Music Sori- 
rity. Inc. was founded in 
the fall of 1967 on St. 
Augustine's College cam- 
pus. Since 1967, this out- 
standing sorority has 
grown to a membersliip 
of forty. 

The sorority stresses the 
qualities of leadership, 
scholarship, sisterly love, 
service, and the full ap- 
preciation of music and 
the arts. 

Groove Phi Groove 

Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc. was or- 
ganized at Morgan State College in October 1 2, 1 962. 
Since then Groove has been rapidly growing through- 
out the CIAA and other black colleges throughout 
the United States. Groove was originated at Saint 
Augustine's College on December 8, 1968, by ten 
young men who had similar aims and objectives. 

Groove Phi Groove is a social organization in which 
men of like attainment and same standards, ideas, and 
ideals work together through self-expression to 
achieve and maintain stated cardinal principles. These 
principles are scholarship, unity, leadership and good 

The Funckadelics 

STANBjNG (left to right): Thomas Johnson, Roger Gauvin, Charles Counts, Edward Smiley, Sam Martin, Sidney Williams, Eben Myers, 
Calvin Presley, Ida Rogers (Queen), Harold Jolly, Linda Evans (Queen), Carver Durham, Ron Prioleau, Arlester Ricks, Danny Brown, Ed 
Williams, Joseph Dorsey, TroyHailey, Otto Floyd. iSITTING (left to right): Wade Williams, Rudy Hines, Enrique Jones, Eugene Hurt, Richard 
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Pen Staff 


William T. Farrow, Editor-iii-Cliief 

The "Pen of Saint Augustine's College has come a long way since 1967. 
Under the Editorship of Danny L. Scarbourgh and Roosevelt Moseley the 
many endeavors undertaken were notably rewarding in the overall im- 
provement of the publications. 

As the Editor. 1 have promoted the reading audience by increasing the 
quality and quantity of the paper. We had been publishing a four page 
tabloid type of paper. In September of this year. I increased the pagination 
to twenty pages, thus enabling coverage of a much more comprehensive 
and broader scope of news reporting. 

The future of the Pen of Saint Augustine's College will remain bright as 
long as our students continue to support it as in the past. We have operated 
a media with complete freedom to print all information that has been 
presented to us. At this instance, I must congratulate the Administration 
for giving me absolute freedom in printing what I wanted to print. 

It would be a pure act of hypocrisy, if I did not at this time thank Mrs. 
Tlielma Keck, Director of Publicity, who was tantamount in the eventual 
publication of this paper. She provided us with unquestionable profes- 
sional assistance and 98'f of all the photographs we used. Also, our thanks 
goes to Mr. Hinton who shot the 98' r of photographs. We thank our 
Faculty Consultant, Mr. James Burt for his understanding and con- 
sultations during adverse moments. Most of all we thank you, the Student 
Body, who are truly the reporters, editors, and contributors. 

William T. Farrow 


John Holmes 
Assistant Editor 

Editor and staff 


final preparation before going to press 




Ralph E. Mitchell, Editor 

"Seek not the hand of fame 
If the task is well done, 
The hand of fame will seek 
And find thee" 

To some of us February is the Coldest month of the year. 
However, others see February as a time for parties or other 
means of socialization (Homecoming, Founder's Day, etc. ) and 
to the selected few February means continuous study. But to 
the Falcon Staff, February was the month wherein, activities 
such as parties and basketball games had to be ignored, there 
was a dereliction of books and study hours, and diminutive 
sleep in an effort to meet the 1970-71 yearbook deadline. It 
has been a long and tiring year, then again a short year for 
members of the Falcon- meeting the deadline. 

Ideas and suggestions were conceived, brought forth, debated, 
thrown-out and retained by the staff. In this edition of Falcon 
"71", we have attempted to focus on contemporary issues and 
problems. Issues that will confront us as students and even- 
tually as members of society in a few years. We tried many 
innovating approaches in an attempt to make this edition 
different than previous editions. Of course, a similarity is seen 
in portions of this book and yearbooks in the past of the 
"Aug". The judges of these new ideas will be you, the readers. 

Special thanks go out to Mr. William Colbert, Student Union 
Director and his staff for their administrative assistance and to 
that delightful and charming Mrs. Thelman M. Keck, Director 
of Publicity who has been very instrumental in getting this 
annual to press. And to Jerry West, Joseph Griffin, Mary 
Umstead and to the Staff, you're beautiful. 

Ralph E. Mitchell 


Staff on the job 


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Together at last 


Falcon "11 

Ralph E. Mitchell Editor 

Jerry West Associate Editor 

Joseph Griffin Associate Editor 

Cynthia Jones Junior Editor 

Debra Goodson Sophomore Editor 

Esther Boyer Business Manager 

Lawrence Wray Business Manager 

Betty Rogers Secretary 

Celestine Singletary Typist 


Diane Baker 
William Bell 
Patricia Brown 
Bennie Bryant 
Sam Burly 
Linda Cannon 
Delia Crawley 
Jessie Dillard 
Rachel Eaddy 
Larry Hardy 
Linda Holden 
Carolyn Holmes 
Izetta Jenkins 

Willie Kelly 
Eloise Kirven 
Sheryl J. Lewis 
Michael Matthews 
Elsie Pettus 
Mary Scott 
Marcia Sexton 
Harry Taylor 
Mary Umstead 
Freddie Vaughns 
Delores Williams 
Gail Williams 
Lister Winfree 


Professional Willie Bullock 

J. D. Hinton 

Student Photography Conrad E. Lake 

Administrative Assistant Betty Thomas 

Advisor James E. Burt 

Cover by Douglas Brown & 

Michael Matthews 

Business Managers at 

Did he say yes, Lawrence? 

Shervl said, 

'You dialed the wrong number Wray". 

Is that the picture Joe? 


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Mr. Peter Holden, Sr. 
159-48 Harlem River Drive 
New York. New York 10039 

Recording Secretary 
Mrs. Shirley Tunstall 
1694 Clay Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10457 


Mr. Wiley Davis 

Saint Augustine's College 

Raleigli, North Carolina 2761 1 


Executive Secretary 
Mr. James E. Burt 
Saint Augustine's College 
Raleigli, North Carolina 2761 

Regional Coordinator For New Jersey 
Mr. John S. Miller 
136 Summer Avenue 
Plainfield, New Jersey 07062 

President Robinson chats with Mr. Peter Holden, President Saint Augus- 
tine's Alumni Association and friend. 

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Mr. Holden addresses the annual alumni workshop. 

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Principal participants in the workshop. 


Have a 


Pine State Ice Cream Sandwich 




Voice of the "Aug 
Edited By 
Bill Farrow 

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Campus Newspap* 




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Phone: 832-3901 

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Hunter's Florist 

Flower for all occasions 

T. B. Jiles, Manager 

Artificial Flowers 

Washington Terrace Apartments. Inc. 

Weddings Funerals 

We Do Any Blooming Thing 

Best wishes from the Brothers 

of BETA XI Chapter of 

PHI BETA SIGMA Fraternity inc. 

Frank Colebrook 
Ray Collins 
Mose Dorsey 
William Farrow 
Willie Foreman 

James Hinton 
Ralph Mitchell 
Sidney Morgan 
Larry Scarboro 
Howard Toomer 
Edward Washington 





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Home Portraits - Weddings 
Banquet - School Photography 

Complete Line of Groceries 
Meats - Fresh Fish - Frozen Food 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Phone: 834-9623 

Phone: 833-6095 

302 Hill Street 

Best wishes from the Brothers 



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Nu Gamma Alpha 

Open 7 days a week 


36 North Carver Street 
Phone: 83 2-5582 

Delmar Studio 

and Printing Co. 


Better Pictures Make Better Yearbooks 

We Make Both 

Willie Bullock 
District Manager 
3300 Monroe Road 
Charlotte, N. C. 




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Laundromat & Cleaners 


Mon. Sat. 7:30 A, M. - 10:00 P.M. 

An Attendant on duty at all times 

Ask about our 

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2. Shirt Service 

3. Regular Cleaning 

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Good Luck and Best Wishes to the Graduating Veterans of "71" 



You can run in circles, 
but you'll end up at HUDSON-BELK 

Compliments of 

For the best in Sporting Goods 

The Right Rev. 
W. Moultrie Moore, Jr. 


Senior Directory 

1. Aldridge, Shirley S 8 Granville Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

2. Alston, Phyllis B Route 2, Box 87, Franklinton, N. C. 

3. Artis, Deborali E B-29 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

4. Asare, Edward B Route 1, Box 183, Honey Brook, Pa. 

5. Austin, Robert L 122 S. 12th St., Newark, N. J. 

6. Bandy, Bessie L Route 3, Box 315-A, Nashville, N. C. 

7. Barbour, Effie M Route 3, Box 471, Clayton, N. C. 

8. Batts, Constance 161-39 1 29th Ave, Jamaica. N. Y. 

9. Blakeley, Donald C 1501 Raleigh Blvd., Raleigh. N. C. 

10. Blocker, Gwendolyn J 2843 Myrtle Ave., N. E. Washington, D. C. 

1 1 . Branch, Wilfred L 1 Mapes Ave., Newark, N. J. 

12. Brown, Daniel A 1035 Raleigh Blvd., Raleigh, N. C. 

13. Brown, LaVaughn A 210 W. Davidson Ave., Gastonia, N. C. 

14. Bryant, Deloris Route 2, Box 248, John's Island, S, C. 

15. Bryant, Mildred J P. O. Box 92, Rich Square, N. C. 

16. Burnette, Dennis B Route 3, Box 200, Nebane, N. C. 

17. Burley. Sanimie 26721 S. W. 138th Ct., Miami. Fla. 

18. Burwell, Grace Route 5, Box 27, Henderson, N. C. 

19. Byrd, Delia M 257 Stalling St., Clayton, N. C. 

20. Campbell, Thurman 72 West 3rd Ave., Red Springs, N. C. 

21 . Cannady, Jo Anne 521 W. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N. C. 

22. Caviness, Claudette 717 Lunar Drive, Raleigh, N. C. 

23. Chambers, Mamie L 820 N. Graham Ave., Winston Salem, N. C. 

24. Chapman, Nellie N Route 1. Box 99, Vanceboro, N. C. 

25. Chester, Carolyn M 1807 N. W. 153rd St., Miami, Fla. 

26. Clarke, Sheila C 1984 N. W. 153rd St., Opa Lx)cka. Fla. 

27. Cobb, Louise Route 3, Box 547, Washington, N. C. 

28. Cooke, Carolyn A 1 106 Stocker St., Staunton, Va. 

29. Crawley, Delia M 180 Quincy St.. Boston, Mass. 

30. Dorsey, Mose E 510 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N. C. 

31 . Durham, Carver W Route 4, Box 858, Goldsboro, N. C. 

32. Durham. Gloria J 911 9th St., West Palm Beach, Fla. 

33. Eaddy, Rachel L Route 2, Box 243, Wendell. N. C. 

34. Edwards, Ernestine 303 W. Preston St.. Selma, N. C. 

35. Edwards, Lucy 303 W. Preston St.. Selma, N. C. 

36. Farr, Gwendolyn J 1 19 George St., Spartanburg, S. C. 

37. Farrow, William T 123 S. Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

38. Floyd, Otto Jr 77 Boundary St., Newberry S. C. 

39. Foster, Lonnie T 837 Ellison Dr., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

40. Geathers, Thelma 1 7 Johnson St., Charleston, S. C. 

41. Gaylord, Milton Jr 209 Pearl St., Red Bank, N, J. 

42. Gibbs, Luther J 13 Hilda St., Charleston, S. C. 

43. Gilchrist, Loretta Route 2, Box 85, Cameron, N. C. 

44. Gill, Patricia K Route 4, Box 15-B, Louisburg, N. C. 

45. Gilliam, Melville K Route 1 , Box 261, Windsor, N, C. 

46. Goodson, Kenneth 1502 Adams St., N. E. Washington, D, C. 

47. Graham. Cheryl V 606 King St., LaGrange, N. C, 

48. Graves, Alice L 418 New Rand Rd., Garner, N. C. 

49. Hailey, Troy S 733 Harvard St., N. W. Washington, D, C, 

50. Hannibal. Creft T 986 Main St., Rahway, N. J. 

51 Harden, Phyllis W 2926 Rickle St„ Norfolk, Va. 

52. Harris. Irene 2601 High St., Sehna, Ala. 

53. Harris, Jacqueline M 317 Ayars PI., Chester, Pa. 

54. Henry, Willie M Route 1 , Box 7-A, Ivanhoe, N, C. 

55. Hines, Ellestine J 1416 N. 25th St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

56. Holley, Mary R Route I , Box 1 1 , Harrellsville, N, C. 

57. Holmes, Carolyn J 18 Morris St., Charleston, S, C, 

58. Holmes, John M S47-2nd St., West Riviera Beach, Fla, 

59. Humbert, Faith F 1244 Langham Ave., Camden, N. J. 

60. Hunt, Joyce L P. O. Box 413, Roper, N, C, 


61. Jacobs, Elaine G P. O. Bo\ 263, Ricli Square, N. C. 

62. James, Sondra K 201 Middle St , Goldsboro, N. C. 

63. Johnson, James H 3933 Ames St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

64. Johnson, Lusynthia D 84 Hansburg Ave., Newark. N. J. 

65. Johnson, Norma J 405 Hasell St., Hillsborough, N. C. 

66. Johnson, Thomas A 318 Birdneck Rd. Virginia Beach, \'a. 

67. Jolley. Harold 715 Luther Drive. Goldsboro, N. C. 

68. Jones, Carolyn Route 2, Bo.\ 170, Goldsboro, N. C. 

69. Jones, Dorothy A 203 Bragg St., Raleigh, N. C. 

70. Jones, Enrique B 30 Dassing Ave., Newark, N. J. 

71 . King, Annie L 709 S. State St., Raleigh, N. C. 

72. Kinlaw, Doris A 1211 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. 

73. King, Cecilia L 1 105 Slaugnter St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

74. Lake, Conrad E 1 195 St. John's PI, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

75. LeCount, William Route 2, Box 225, Townsend, Ga. 

76. Lewis, Sandra C 5612 Connie Lane, Virginia Beach, Va. 

77. Lewis, Sheryl J 15830 Bundle Pk. E. Dr., Miami. Fla. 

78. Lewter, Irving C 1480 Washington Ave., Bron.x, N. Y. 

79. Lilly, Robert D 1310 Pender St., Raleigh, N. C. 

80. Little, Catherine S 1002 Parker St., Raleigh, N. C. 

81. Lockley, Turhan L 432 Lanning St., Raleigh, N. C. 

82. Long, Rosa Route 4, Bo.x 24, Leesville, S. C. 

83. Lynk, Marquerite 1230 Croes Ave, No. 14C, New York, N. Y. 

84. Lynn, Patricia H Route 1 , Bo.x 75, Pendleton, N. C. 

85. McClain, Wilford C 400 New Rand Rd., Garner, N. C. 

86. McCiamb, Joyce A Route 2, Raleigh, North Carolina 

87. McReynolds, Joan M 869 Herkimer St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

88. Martin, Samuel L 30 Oraton St., Newark, N. J. 

89. Maynard, Carmehta S 705 W. 46th St., Savannah, Ga. 

90. Merritt, Mary E Route 1 , Box 80, Clayton, N. C. 

91. Mickens, Thora Hopkins E- 10 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

92. Middleton, William E 1405 Seaboard St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

93. Mitchell, Ralph E 319 Dimmick St., New Smyrna Beach, Fla. 

94. Moore, Phyllis A 708 Cumberland St., Raleigh, N. C. 

95. Myers, Eben 80 Dwight St., Jersey City.N. J. 

96. Neal, Benjamin Jr 6 Edgecombe Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

97. Newman, Joyce Route 7, Box 560, Kinston, N. C. 

98. Ogur, Ouma B 1235 N. Raleigh Blvd., Raleigh, N. C. 

99. Otey, Roland H 8418 Grandhaven Ave.. Upper Marlboro, Md. 

100. Pettus. Elsie V 135th St.. Apt. 6-G. New York, N. Y. 

101. Peyton, Jennie 109 E. Johnson St., Cary, N. C. 

102. Powell, Gordon K 265 Coolidge Ave.. Englewood, N. J. 

103. Pretty, Carolyn 1121 Kitt Place, Raleigh, N. C. 

104. Pride, Pauline L 164 N. Hardin St., Southern Pines, N. C. 

105. Richardson, Werna 1723 W. 4tn St., Wilmington. Del. 

106. Robinson, Sandra Box 9, West Point, Va. 

107. Rogers, Betty L Route 1, Box 10, Red Springs, N. C. 

108. Rogers, James 1838 Malone PI, Raleigh, N. C. 

109. Scott, Mary E 1420 E. Jones Street, Raleigh, N. C. 

110. Scurlock, Vick A Route 1 , Box 319, Durham, N. C. 

111. Shepard, Maxine 22112 Haywood St., Garner, N. C. 

112. Singletary.Celestine 3135 Holly Spring Rd. Raleigh, N. C. 

113. Smalls, Sylvia A 714 Dock St., Wilmington, N. C. 

114. Smiley, Edward Jr 114-39 130th St., Jamaica, N. Y. 

115. Smith. Alicia 2545 N. W. 162nd St.. Opa Locka, Fla. 

116. Smith, Eddie L Route 9, Box 300-B, Fayetteville, N. C. 

117. Stover, LeConte F 412 Price Ave., Durham, N. C. 

118. Stringfield, Anna S Route 2, Box 441, Burgaw,N. C. 

119. Taylor, Majorie L 522 Federal St., Petersburg, Va. 

120. Thompson. Mattie P 950 First St., West Riviera Beach, Fla. 

121 Tliompson, Queen E Route 5, Box 43B-1, Henderson 

122. Tisdale, Furman 309 W. Sth St.. Chase City , Va. 

123. Todd. Diane V 1850 South St., Portsmouth, Va. 

124. Tucker, Louise Route 5, Box 142, Spartanburg, S. C. 

125. Turner, James H 514 N. Nash St., Hillsborough 

126. Umstead. Mary R Route 2. Box 5, Rocl<y Mount, N. C. 

127. Vaughns. Freddie T 2314 N. Capital St.. Washington. D. C. 

128. Washington. Virginia L Box 222, Kenansville, N. C. 

129. Webb.MableJ 301 Hillsboro St.. Oxford, N. C. 

130. West. Jerry M Route I . Box 236-A. Rose Hill. N. C. 

131. Wiggins. Alzonia B Route 3. Box 1 13, Zebulon. N. C. 

132. Williams, James E 594 Jefferson Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

133. Wilson, Hazel S Route 1, Box 360, Clinton, N. C. 

134. Yancey, Helen White F13 Washington Terrace, Raleigh, N. C. 

135. Young. Regina Route 5. Box 287, Oxford, N. C. 

Assistant Editor, John Holmes of the "Pen" interviews St. Aug's Head 
Trainer, Sam Burly on the physical condition of Fall athletes. 

Dean Forte checks on Otto and .Alvin (dig the pinups) 

Tina and Pat on one of their shopping escapades