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Benson Library 

St. Augustine's College 

Raleigh, N. C. 27611 



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1972 FALCON 

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 

(EPISCOPAL) 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



WILLIE J. KELLY 
EDITOR 

DWIGHT JORDAN 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



DEDICATION 



INTRODUCTION 



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STUDENTLIFE ; 

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UNDERCLASSMEN 



ACTIVITIES 



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ORGA^NIZATIONS 



SPORTS 




FACULTY&STAFF 
ADVERTISEMENTS 
SENIOR DIRECTORY 





FALCON 1972 
DEDICATED TO 

"DEAN" 
JAMES H. 
TWITTY 




IN MEMORY OF 
LAWRENCET. HAWKINS 



949-1971 



EXPRESSION 

A Transmittance of Ideas and Feelings- 
Depiction of Mood. . . 
Seriousness in Times of Crisis, 
Laughter in Times of Joy, 
Relaxation. 
Emotionalism- 
Companionship. . Co-operative Doings 
Reverberation of One'sDesires Until One's Goal Is Accomplished 

Becoming Involved! 

Taking Your Stand 

On the Issues at Hand. 

Those Actions that Determine the Manner of the Personality- 

These are Expressions of You! 



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THE SPARK THA T SETS 
HE FIRE SO THA T THE 
IGHT MIGHT BE ILLU MI- 
ATE D . THE YOU SO 
I FT ED AND BLACK . . . 
OU ARE OF AN UN- 
TYING BREED . . 





'TAKE IT EA S Y ON THE 
PENCIL, COOPER! ' 




"I READ YOU LOUD AND CLEAR, COACH. ". . .RIGHT ON! 




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"POTENTIAL THAT IS NOT 
CULTIVATED IS WASTED. 
IDEAS THAT ARE NOT 
EXPRESSED ARE 
FALLACIES." 




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WE'VE GOT TO GIVE. . . 

MORE POWER 

MORE P-0-W-E-R 

MORE POWER TO THE PEOPLE! 




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THE POWER OF CONCENTRATION 
IS IMMEASURABLE. . .AND YET 
ITS VALUE CAN BE EASILY REAL- 
IZED FOR QUITE OFTEN ITS END 
RESULT IS ACCOMPLISHMENT . 





AT^ME TIME IN Om'S UFE^^tME TiMh BETWEEN DAYBREAK 
AND MM^m^T AND A SFVOM) bA.YHKF'U; MAN FINDS TIME FOR 
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"THE LAST MINUTE RUSH OFTEN GATHERS 
A CROWD . OF PROBLEMS, THAT IS!" 





AN OUTBURST OF LAUGHTER. A 
SMILE. THE CUTEST DIMPLE I'VE 
SEEN. A WHIMPER DURING A 
MOMENT OF WEARINESS THE SER- 
IOUSNESS OF ONE HARD AT WORK 

THE ELEMENT OF SURPRISE . . 
DESIRE CLEARLY SEEN IN ONES 
EYES. ONES FACE. . EXPRESSIONS. 



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A QUEEN POSSESSES A DISTINCT NATURAL BEAUTY, 
A SPECIAL FRESHNESS, AND A NOTICEABLE RADIANCE. 
SHE IS A PORTRAIT OF ELEGANCE, A PICTURE OF 
CALMNESS-ALWAYS AT EASE WITH HER ADMIRERS. 

REFINED QUALITIES, EACH INDIVIDUALLY SUITED 
TO COMPLIMENT THE OTHERS, ARE INTERWOVEN TO 
FORM HER PERSONALITY. THEY SUPPLY HER WITH 
A SPECIAL GENTLENESS THAT MAKE HER ALL THE 
MORE ELEGANT. SHE ADDS FLAVOR TO ANY OCCA- 
SION FOR SHE IS FOREMOST A WOMAN AND THEN A 
QUEEN AND AN INSPIRATION TO ALL MANKIND. 




Miss Saint Augustine's 
College 




NANCY 

ELIZABETH 
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Flowers blossoming in the summertime, leaves propelled by. 
the breezes of early autumn, the soft snowdrift of mid- ; _r 

December, and the new growths in the freshness of spring-these 
are expressions of beauty as is Nancy Qtey, Miss Saint' 
Augustine's College 1972. Poise, charm, and an awaareness ; : . j^^ 
of what is has made her the vibrant young womgn we chose to^ 
be our queen., ,''r\'-\ -'■ -^ ■ .r-^-yi/^^^^y.,':'-. :.-:.- ,-:\:--/ __' 

Nancy hails from Washington,; D.C, and is'aseAiQr^ma^^^ j 

ing in English. She is an active member of MptiaKajjpa; , ivr^ 
Alpha Sorority, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society and various^ ;ii| 
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ATTENDANTS TO 
MISS SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 

TOP ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): junior Attendant 
to Miss Saint Augustine's College, Priscilla 
Johnson; Freshman Attendant to Miss Saint 
Augustine's College, Vernetta Porter; and 
(BOTTOM): Sophomore Attendant, Helen Young. 
(Not Shown; Senior Attendant, Cassandra 
Gooding) 



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MISS PHYSICAL EDUCATION mIjoRS 

CLUB 

PATRICIA BARNETT 



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MISS SENIOR 



GLORIA MASSENBURG 



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MISS FRESHMAN 
LAVORA ELLIOTT 





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MISS PRE-MED 
ROSILAND FREEMAN 



THE ROYAL COLONY 



MISS HISTORY 

CLUB 

LEGISTREAN PURVIS 



THE 
COLONIAL 

ECONOMY 





MISS SAINT AUGUSTINE'S PLAYERS 
DOROTHY McGHEE 



MISS VETERAN 
THEORA RIVERS 





MISS ALPHA PHI OMEGA 
JACQUELINE JACKSON 



MARCELINEHINTON 
MISS BLUE & GOLD 




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SWEETHEARTS OF GROOVE PHI GROOVE SOCIAL FELLOWSHI 




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SWEETHEARTS OF KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Teresa Price, Miss Nu; Evone Foreman, Miss Scrollers Club; Miss Kappa 
Alpha Psi, Rosa Price; and Miss Pi, Dorothy McGhee. (Not shown, Cynthia Jones, Miss Phi) 



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MISS ALPHA PSI MU 
DORIS LOFTON ^ 





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MISS NU GAMMA ALPHA 




JOYCE JONES 

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MISS ALPHA PHI ALPHA 
PATRICIA ARCHER 









PATRICIA BROWN, MISS PHINXMAN 



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SWANZA WHITE, MISS BLACK AND GOLD 



MISS PHI BETA SIGMA 




DONNA HINES 



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MISS OMEGA PSIPH] 




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RHONDA OWENS 



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MISS ENGLISH 
GAIL WILLIAMS 



MISS PHI BETA LAMBDA 
BRENDA DURHAM 





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MISS YEARBOOK 
NOTRE McPHATTER 



MISS BAND 
TERESA PRICE 



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NATIONAL 
/ EDUCATION 
ASSOCIATION 



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BARBARA 
MARSHBURN 



MISS GHOSPEL CHOIR ^ 
FLORENCE DANIELS | 




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.^f;^ MISS SOCIOLOGY CLUB 
Wf HAZEL BELL 




MISS PEN 'li^ft 
ROSILAND FAIN 'J. ■.'''■ 






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STUDENT LIFE 



STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 

rhe Student Government at Saint Angus - 
rine's College Is designed to provide a 
Tiedium through which student opinions, 
Jiought, and needs are expressed; to re- 
:ieve criticism from the proper author- 
ities of the institution and forward it to 
;he student body with the SGA's recom- 
nendation and/or endorsement; to act 
IS an intermediary between the student 
Dody and administration and to have the 
Dower to make recommendations impar- 
lially except in the case of moral tur- 
pitude. 

rhe SGA holds membership in several 
issociated student governments, main- 
y Black Students United for Liberation 
BSUL) and Student Organization for 
31ack Unity (SOBU). 

rhe many activities which the student 
government has presented and /or plans 
:o present reflect its desire to provide 
i well-rounded program for the student 
3ody. 











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Zana Walker, President of the SGA 



The year 1971 was a year of many changes. The spring of 1971 witnessed the election of Zana 
Walker as president of the Student Government Association of Saint Augustine's College. It also 
witnessed the revamping of the SGA constitution and the ratification of the present constitution which 
became effective at the beginning of this school year, 1971-1972. It is our hope that more student 
participation will result because of this document thus assuring better representation by means of 
a more effective governing body. 

The constitution calls for a breaking down of the government into diree specific bodies -the Executive 
Branch, the Legislative Branch, and the Judicial Branch. This is a first for Saint Aug' and a big step 
toward better government. Let us hope that the Student Government here at Saint Augustine's 
College will truly become "THE VOICE OF THE STUDENTS". 



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SEATED (LEFT TO RIGHT): Zana Walker, President SGA , Oliver Workman, Vice-President. Michael Jones, Business Manager, 
Gardenus Morant, Secretary. STANDING: Preston Simms, Public Relations, Linda Fuller, Campus Activities, Patricia Wiggins, 
Assistant Secretary. 




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he true joys in life are not things con- 
ired or imagined. . .they are exper- 
;nces resulting from hard work, desire, 
Qd determination. . . and they include 
mgible and intangible factors. 





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■•Forget the time element, .and the place. . .we are content just sittin' back watchin' the 
FALCONS do their thing." 



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Registration is a tedious process. You find yourseit going tlirough 
numerous lines. . .almost knowing that at least one set back will 
occur. . .there's the actual registration line, the financial aid 
line, and the line where you pick up your ID mug shot. . . it can 
be quite a hassle. 



After having been officially enrolled, it's leisure time. You make new acquaintances 
and mingle with the masses. . .wishing classes didn't start on Monday. 





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"Take a BC powder and get plenty of sleep, " he must be thinking. The weekend was too much, , , booze, 
booze, booze. . .or could it be tliat she kept him up past his bedtime last night. Whatever the case, 
he's content just sittin' there trying to catch up on his sleep. 



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Leisure time for die intellectuals often consists of PINOCHLE, SPADES, BID -WHIST, DIRTY HEARTS 
. . . you name it, they play it. Gettin' over means you have to play your CARDS right. 




Pat lights up before she brings her smoker in. . . and it's 
a real "smoker-roker". . . Cheryl waits impatiently for 
someone to lose. 




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"It's a pretty good trump. . . but, if my partner 
doesn't have any melt, I know I ain't gettin' 
this bid!" 




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Brothers under the sun. . .profiling! Spider, you ought to cut that stuff out. 



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Joseph "SHAFT" Mack takes time out to pose with 
Weas' and Otey. 



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"Work, work, work! That's all I 
ever do. When do I get a coffee 
break?" 




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The Ice Man, Frank Colebrook, 
on the move. What did you say, 
Frank? "Like man, we're just 
diggin' the scenes. ..and ooh, 
these two do brighten up a fellow's 
day!" 



Got a guy back home, Huh? 1 
know you must be a smooth oper- 
ator . . . 




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WHAT'S HAPPENING? STA all the 
way! It is foremost a House of the 
Intellect, a place where you and I 
have come to further our education. 
It is an institution designed to help 
us fully cultivate our minds. 



Saint 
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COBS, 

Zaps 
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Saint Augustine's is full of all types of students- from the average 

to the intellectually elite. 

WHAT'S HAPPENING BROTHERS AND SISTERS? STA all the way! 
... It has its beauties and its beats and its pests. It has people 
who like to feel good- "Can I take you higher" -people who enjoy 
some of the finer things in life. . . Boone's Farm, Black Bull, Rich- 
ard's and Ever Clear. . . Coke, Sprite and grade A Milk. , . and peo- 
ple who like to take trips. 






Talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk 
...everytime I see Ollie she's 
running her mouth! 




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Saint Aug. . . the "Big Family" 
school. . . land of the Mighty Fal- 
cons. . . the Wines. . . and the Phi 
Zaps. . . d.n unforgetatDie experi- 
ence. . . 






"It's awful hard gettin' up for that 8 O'clock class on Mondays, ihe weekend's left me with a head- 
ache and dire need for sleep. 1 guess I'll go, through, and hope for the best, . . !" 



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Business Administration 
New York, N.Y. 



Anderson, Vivian 
Physical Education 
Amityville, N.Y. 



Archer, Mattie R. 
Elementary Education 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 







Backman, Theresa 
Physical Education 
Charleston, S.C. 



Barnett, Patricia 
Physical Education 
Camden, N.J. 



Barham, Theresa Y, 
Elementary Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Battle, Doris 
Sociology 
Whitakers, N.C. 



Beal, Valeria Y. 
Sociology 
Arlington, Va. 



Beard, Edna R, 
Social Studies 
Philadelphia, Pa. 







Bell, Hazel L. 
Sociology 
Williamston, N.C. 



Bennett, Ella M. 
Social Welfare 
New Bern, N.C. 



Bennett, JoAnn M. 

Social Welfare 

St. Augustine, Fla. 



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Bethea, ALnia J. 
Music 
Greensboro, N.C. 




Black, Sandra P. 
Business Administration 
Robersonville, N.C. 



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Sociology 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Bowden, James W, 
Social Studies 

LaGrange, N.C. 



Bowe, Linda L. 
Sociology 

Hollywood, Fla. 



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Boyce, Johnnie B. 
Business Administration 
Rich Square, N. C. 



Boyer, Esther A. 
English 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Brown, Benjamin L. 
Business Administration 
Miami, Fla. 






Brown, Mary B. 
Social Studies 
Hemingway, S.C. 



Brown, Patricia A. 

Art 

Petersburg, Va. 



Brunson, Ethel M, 
French 
Dudley, N.C. 




Bruton, Myra 
Business Education 
Miami, Fla. 




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Burchette, Marquita 
English 
Washington, D.C. 



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History & Government 
Grifton, N.C. 



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Carballo, Angela R. 
Music Education 
Norfolk, Va. 




Cobb, Angelyn C. 
Elementary Education 
New Bern, N.C. 




Carrington, Brenda E. 
Elementary Education 
Durham, N.C. 




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Coleman, Jimmy 
Accounting 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Cox, Hattie C, 
Business Administration 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Cox, Tommy 
Sociology & Welfare 
Roper, N.C. 



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Crandol , James B. 
Business Administration 
Greenville, N.C, 






Crook, Bobbie J, 
Business Education 
Inman, S. C . 



Credle, Bettie J. 
Elementary' Education 
Washington, D.C. 



Crudup, Sarah A, 
Elementary Education 
Franklinton, N.C. 



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Debnam, Henry D. 
Physical Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Currie, Reginald M, 
Sociology 
Goldsboro, N.C. 




DeVane , Linda C. 
Social Welfare 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Diggs, Aletha G. 
Business Administration- 
Monrovia, Liberia 



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Douglas, Henry 
Physical Education 
Soutiiern Pines, N.C. 




Durham, Brenda A , 
Business Administration 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Euland, Ethel L, 
Sociology 
Charleston, S.C. 




Evans, Linda D, 
Social Studies 
Virginia Beach, Va, 




Fleming, William A. 
Physical Education 
Robersonville, N.C. 



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Ford, Novella 
Business Education 
Wilson, N.C. 




Forte , Minnie M. 
Speech 
Durham, N.C. 






Foster, Linda A. 
Elementaiy Education 
Startex, S.C. 



Fuller, Linda A. 
Business Education 
Hampstead, N.C. 



Gethers, Shirley A. 
Sociology 
Charleston, S.C. 



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Glenn, Cleo S. 
Sociology 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 






Gray , Agnes D. 

English 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Gooding, Cassandra L. 
Elementary Education 
LaGrange , N.C. 



Green, Robert H. 
Sociology 
Wilmington, N.C. 






Gunn, George W. 
Mathematics 
South Boston, Va. 



Gross, Betty J. 
Eng lish 
Chicago, 111. 




Hargrove, Patricia A. 
Physical Education 
Battleboro, N.C. 



Harris, Charlene P. 
Business Administration 
New Hill, N.C. 



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Harris, Maxine A. 
Sociology 
Raleigh, N.C. 






Hester, Elizabeth D. 

Biology 

Durham, N. C. 



Harris, Mildred J. 
Sociology 
Louisburg, N.C. 



Heyward, Christarme T. 
Elementary Education 
Georgetown, S.C. 





Hilliaid, John H. 
Sociology- 
Clayton, N.C. 




Hilton, Annette M. 
Sociology 
Hampton, Va. 




Home, Lamar S. 
French 
Wadesboro, N.C. 



Houston, Prince B. 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N, C. 



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Hunt, Christopher L. Jr. 

Chemistry 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Harvey, Marshall W. 
Social Welfare 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Ingram , Steven C, 

Sociology 

New Haven, Conn. 






Ivory, Sarah 
Physical Education 
Florence, S.C, 



Jackson, Doretha S. 

Sociology 
WasUngton, D.C. 



Jacobs, Gloria O. 

Sociology 

Rich Square, N.C. 





Jones, Beatrice Y. 
Business Administration 
Birdgeport, Conn. 



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Jones, Cynthia L. 
Elementary Education 
Bronx, N.Y. 



Jones, Ernestine M, 
Business Administration 
Henderson, NoC. 



Jones, Gwendolyn I. 
Elementary Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 




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Jones, Michael A. 
Business Administration 
Chicago, 111. 







Kelly, Willie J. 
Chemistry 
Lillington, N.C. 



King, Shirley, P. 
Sociology, G Welfare 
Luc am a , N.C. 



Lawrence , Julia A. 

Sociology 

White Plains, N.Y. 



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Leonard, Rosemary- 
Social Studies 
Trenton, K.J. 



Little, Evelyn L. 
English 
Robersonville , N.C. 



Little, Linda ]. 
Business Education 
Robersonville, N.C, 



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Long, Joyce M, 
Elementary Education 
Durham , N.C, 



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Lucas, Alfred W. 
Sociolo:^ 
Washington, D.C. 



Lyons, Tanya E„ 
Business Administration 
Camden , N^J, 



McFayden, Linda J. 
Elementary Education 
Portsmouth, Va. 



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McGhee, Dorothy D. 
Sociology 
Roxboro, N.C. 



McPhatter, Notre W. 
Business Administration 
Raeford, N.C. 



McRae, Katherine L. 
Elementary Education 
Lumberton, N.C. 







Mackey , Gloria J. 
Music Education 
Lancaster, S.C. 



Marshbiirn, Barbara |. 
Elementary Education 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Martin, Shirley G. 
Sociology 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



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Massenburg, Gloria C. 
Business Education 
Petersburg, Va. 




Mayo, Mary 

Business Administration 

Weldon, N.C. 





Matthews, Archie A. 
Business Administration 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Micheal, Lazette 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Middleton, Francis J. 
Business Administration 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Miller, Gerone 

History and Government 

Newherry , S.C. 



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Morant, Gardenus 
Elementary Education 
Ornim , N. C , 




Murphy, Shirley 
Business Administration 
Hartsville, S.C. 




Newsome , Chester E. 
Health G Physical Education 
C onw ay , K , C „ 




Mum ford, Judy La Verne 
Elementary Education 
Vireinia Beach Va. 




Newman, Joyce 
Business Education 
Kinston, K,C, 




Otey , Nancy E. 
English 
Washington, D.C. 





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Owens, Rhonda A. 
Business Administration 
Wilmington, N.C. 




Pearson, Roy L. 
English 
Angier, N.C. 




Petway, Frances 
Sociology & Welfare 
Whitakers, N.C. 




Poole, Jasmine R. 
Social Welfare 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Powell, Eva L. 
Sociology 
Whiteville, N.C. 




Powell, Gordon K. 
Business Administration 
Englewood, N.J. 



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Price, Teresa J. 
History G Government 
Washington, N.C. 



Purvis, Legistrean R, 
History & Government 
Oak City, N.C. 



Ramos, Wanda G. 
Sociology & Welfare 
Newtown, Conn. 




Re vis, Barbara 
Elementary Education 
LaGrange N.C. 




Robertson, Gwendolyn M. 

Sociology 

Raleigh, N.C. 




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Robinson, Winnifred G. 
Business Administration 
Hollis, N.Y. 




Sands, Constance E, 
Elementary Education 
Jacksonville, Fla„ 





Rogers, Ida L. 
Business Administration 
Farmville , N,C , 




Sapp, Brenda A. 
Social Studies 
Fuquay- Varina, N.C. 




Scott, Lillian 
English 
Raleigh, NC. 



Shaw , Frank C. 
Sociolog>' & Welfare 
Camden, N.J. 



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Shaw, JoAnne C. 
Elementary Education 
Winston- Salem, N.C. 





Simmons, Carol A. 
Business Education 
Miami, Fla. 





Singletary, AlvinB. 
Business Administration 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Smalls, Kenneth W. 
Sociology 
Charleston, S.C. 




Smalls, Senya C. 
English 
Plymouth, N.C. 




Smith, Herman 
Social Studies 
Goldsboro, N.C. 




87 




Spencer, Reginald L. 
Sociology & Soc. Welfare 
Charlotte, N.C. 




Stanley, Barbara J, 
Elementary Education 
Robersonville, N.C. 





Stallings, Nellie R. 
Social Welfare 
Wake Forest, N.C. 




Stewart, Kitty L. 
Business Education 
Wyandanch, N.Y. 




Taliferro, Olga L. 
Elementary Education 
Trenton, N.J. 



Taylor, Alberta R. 
History & Government 
Bridgeport, Conn, 




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Thomas, Shirley S. 

English 

Raleigh, N.C. 




Upchurch, Cecelia A. 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Townsend, Daphne M. 
Elementary Education 
Orrum, N.C. 




Wade, Patricia 
Elementary Education 
Red Springs, N.C. 




Walker, Zana 
Pre -Medical 
Hyattsville, Md. 



Warren, Christine 
Social Welfare 
Clinton, N.C. 



89 






Watson, Patricia 
Sociology 
Charleston, S.C. 



White, Joel E. 
Sociology 
Bronx, N.Y. 



Williams, Barbara J. 
Social Studies 
Virginia Beach, Va. 





Williams, Catherine D. 
Elementary Education 
Enfield, N.C. 



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Business Administration 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Williams, Floydstyne E, 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Williams, Wade H. 

Art 

East Orange, N.J. 





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Business Administration 
Williamston, N.C. 




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Adams, Phillip '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Alexander, Arlene '74 
Newark, N.J. 





Adams, Robert '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 










Alford, Charles '75 
Little Rock, S.C. 







Allen, Jenniffer '75 Allen, Marreese '75 

Battleboro, N.C. Blanch, N.C. 



Alston, Deborah '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Alston, Quinton '75 Anderson, Clarence '74 

Louisburg, N.C. Charleston, S.C. 








Anderson, John Jr. '75 Anthony, Deidre '73 

Amityville, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Anthony, Mona '75 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Archer, Patricia '74 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Arrington, Carrie '75 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



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Atkinson, Iris '73 
ELmont, N.Y. 



Austin, Duana '75 

Way cross, Ga. 



Austin, Harriet '73 
Bloomfield, N.J. 



Austin, Juana '75 
Waycross, Ga. 



Bailey, Beverly '75 
Henderson, N.C. 










Bailey, Lilbert '75 
Donora, Pa. 



Baker, Canova '75 
Enfield, N.C. 



Baldwin, Mary '74 
Dunn, N. C. 



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



Battle, Joyce '75 
Littleton, N.C. 




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






Barbour, Loretta '73 
South Boston, Va. 




Barnes, Jacquelyn '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Barnes, Joyce '73 

Greenville, N.C. 



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Baylor, Sharen '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Beamon, Kacellia '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 




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Bell, Renee '73 
Greensboro, N.C, 




Bell, Sherry '74 
Enfield, N.C. 



Bell, William '74 
Charlotte, N.C. 



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Best, Eloise '73 
Clinton, N.C. 



Best, Louise '73 
Clinton, N.C. 



Berry, Gwendoyln '75 
Windsor, N.C. 



Berry, Sylvia '73 
Windsor, N.C. 



Black, Deborah '74 
Hartsville, S.C. 





Black, Dwight '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Black, Rosalyn '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 




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Blount, Joyce '75 
Bayboro, N.C. 



Blount, Sharon '73 
Roper, N.C. 



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Bostic, Deona '75 Boston, Edward '73 

Louisville, Ga, Robersonvillc. N.C, 



Bowden, Cheryl '75 
Goldsboro, N.C. 



Bowden, Richard '75 
Atlanta, Ga, 



Bowser, Rosa 
Plymouth, N.C. 








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Boyd, Carolyn '75 
Plainview, Va. 



Bradley, Edna '75 
Frogmore, S. C. 



3radshaw, Ethelyn '74 
3ronx, N.Y. 



Branch, Bettie '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Branche, Constance '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 






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Brayboy, Dianna '73 
Winston- Salem, N.C. 



Brinson, Bobbie '75 
Fort Meade, Fla. 



Broadnax, Alma '73 
Madison, N.C. 



Brooks, Larry '74 
Oxford, N.C. 



Brown, Brenda '75 
Williamston, N.C. 








Brown, Cynthia '75 
Williamston, N.C. 



Brown, Patricia '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bryant, Berinie '74 
Winterville, N.C. 



Bryant, Veronica '7 5 
PoUocksville, N.C. 



Bunn, Laura '73 
Enfield, N.C. 



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Burns, Hattie '73 

Tryon, N.C. 



Cage, Mary '73 
South Boston, Va. 



Cagle, Monte '75 
Dillion, S.C. 



Campbell, James '75 Cannon, Doris '75 



Dillon, S.C. 



Aiken, S.C. 





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Cannon, Linda '73 
Darlington, S.C. 



Cannon, Margaret '75 
Darlington, S.C. 



Carr, Bob III '75 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Carr. Elinda '75 
Robersonville, N.C. 



Carter, Richard '74 
New Canton, Va. 




Cato, Audrey '74 
Aiken, S.C. 




Caudle, Cynthia '75 
Ahoskie, N.C. 




Chase, Emerson '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Chisolm, Bobby '75 
Hardeesville, S. C. 



Clarke, Elisha '73 
Miami, Fla. 







Claytor, Gary '75 
Boston, Mass. 



demons, Sandra '75 
Zebulon, N.C. 



Cleveland, David '75 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 

98 



Closs, Dennis '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Clyburn, James '75 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 






Golden, Kenneth '7 5 
Portsmouth, \'a. 



Colebrook, Frank '73 
Freeport, Bahamas 



Cooper, Carl '74 
Charleston, S.C. 



Cooper, Francis '75 Cooper, Thaddius '74 

Monrovia, Liberia Hollywood, Fla. 




Gotten, Germaine '75 
Hobgood, N. C. 







Crandol, Renee '75 
Greenville, i\. C. 





Cox, Faye '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Crenshaw, Doris '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 







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Crosby, Melvvorth '75 
Charleston, S.C. 



Dancil, Ira '75 
Washington, D.C. 



Daniels, Carlton '75 

VVinterville, N.C. 



Daniels, Florence '73 Dansbury, Penelope '73 
Greenville, N.C. Haddonfield, N.J. 



99 








Davis, Joyce 7 3 
Sandord, Fla. 



Davis, Catherine '7 3 
Louisburg, N. C. 



Davis, Kathy '7 5 
Louisville, Ga. 



Davis, Patricia '75 
Louisburg, N.C. 



Davis, Roger '75 
Wilmington, N.C. 









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Davis, Sherry '7 5 
Ahoskie, N.C. 




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Delancy, Verna '75 
Miami, Fla. 




Davison, Essie '75 
Portsmouth, Va. 




Dempsey, Holland '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 







UK^poi, i\eith '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Draughn, Aniece '73 
VVhitakers, N.C. 



Dunn, Calvin '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Dunston, Forestene '74 Dunston, Glenda '73 

Rahway, N.J. Rahway, N.J. 



100 







Eason, Nancy '75 
Lumberton, N.C. 



tdge, Mary '75 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Egerton, Valechia '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Ejigu, Teshome '75 
Ethiopia, 



Evans, Anthony '74 
Greenville, S.C. 




Evans, Audrey '74 
Lamar, S.C. 




Evans, Janice '7 5 
Raleigh, N.C. 





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



Fain, Rosaland '73 
Morristown, Term. 







Floyd, Cassandra '73 Foreman, Evone '73 

Youngsville, N.C. Norfolk, Va. 



Foreman, Willie '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Freeman, Rosalyn '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Gill, Kay '75 
Wake Forest, N.C. 



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Gilmore, Lillie '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Glainey, Forestine '75 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Glasper, Judy '73 
Magnolia, N.C. 



Glover, Thomas '75 
Hardeesville, S.C. 



Graham, Melvin '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 





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Gray , B rend a '75 
Pollocksville, N.C. 



Greene, Anna '75 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Green, Herman '75 
Newark, N.J. 



Green, Leonard '74 Greene, Michael '75 

Charleston, S.C. Belmont, N.C. 








Green, Naomi '74 
Charleston, S.C. 



Grier, Betty '75 
Plantersville, S.C. 



Griffin, Joseph '73 
Petersburg, Va. 



Grimes, Conatance '73 
Winterville, N. C. 



Hamilton, Barbara '73 
Grantsboro, N.C. 








Hamilton, Earline '75 Hamilton, Joseph '75 

Charleston, S.C. Nassau, Bahamas 



Hammie, Carolyn '73 
Oxford, N.C. 

102 



Hand, Deborah '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Hannon, Dorothy '75 
Rock-y Mount, N.C. 



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Hardy, Larry '74 
Hollister, N.C. 



Hardy, Welford 75 
Hollister, N.C. 



Hargrove, Carolyn '75 Hargrove, Glenda '74 
Henderson, N.C. Henderson, N.C. 








Harrell, Carolyn '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Harrington, Ada '75 
Wyandanch, N.^'. 



Harris, Alfredia '73 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Harris, Barbara '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Harris, Cheryl '75 
Virginia Beach, Va. 







Harris, Gail '74 
Durham, N.C. 



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



Harrison, Brenda '7 5 
New York, N.Y. 



Harrison, Mary '74 
Spring Hope, N.C. 



Hart, Anne '74 
Jacksonville, Fla. 







Hart, Chris '75 
FarmvilJe, N.C. 



Hawkins, Beulah '74 
Littleton, N.C. 



Hawkins, Christine '7 5 
Grimesland, N.C. 



Hawkins, Ronald '74 
Littleton, N.C. 



Hendrix, Sylvia '7 5 
.\hoskie, N.C. 



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Henry, Andrew '75 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Horndon, Cynthia 75 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Hester, Mary '75 
Hillsborough, N.C. 



Hester, Sandra '75 High, Elizabeth '73 

Bladenboro, N.C. Zebulon, N.C. 



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Hill, Betty '74 
Snow Hill, N.C. 




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Hilliard, Lucy '75 
Louisburg, N.C. 





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Hodge, Gladys '74 
Youngsville, N.C. 





Holden, Doris '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Holloway, Rena '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Holmes, Betty '75 
Frogmore, S.C. 




Holt, Larry '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Hope, John '75 
Mt. Holly, N.C. 




Home, Cheryl '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Howard, Vernice '75 
Murfreesboro, N.C. 




Howell, Edena '75 
Winston- Salem, N.C. 



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Howell, Jeffrey '75 
Carter at, N.J. 



Hewlett, Valeria '75 
Evanston, 111. 



Huff, Jacqueline '75 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Hunt, Vanessa '75 
Buffalo, N.Y. 



Ingram, Charlene '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Iiunan, Russell '75 
Chesapeake, Va. 





Irvin, Donald '75 
East Orange, N.J. 




Jackson, Ernest "74 
Virginia Beach, Va. 




Jackson, Heyward '75 
Hartsville, S.C. 



Jackson, Jacqueline '73 Jackson, James '75 
Wilmington, N.C. Hardeesville, S.C. 








Jackson, Sylvester '75 Jacobs, Mary '73 

Augusta, Georgia Rich Square, N.C. 



Jarrett, Cyril '75 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 



Jefferson, Gwendolyn '75 Johnson, Chaneta '74 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Woodland, N.C. 



105 






Johnson, Dwight '7 3 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Johnson, Jacqueline '73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Johnson, Kathy '73 
Charlottesvalle. Va. 



Johnson, Linda '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Johnson, Orietta '7 3 
Philadelphia, Pa. 







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Johnson, Phyllis '75 
Greenville, N.C. 



Johnson, Vivian '75 
Ft. Meade, Fla. 



Jones, Brenda '75 
Franlclinton, N.C- 



Jones, Clarissa '75 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Jones, Jacqueline '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Jones, Joyce '74 
Roper, N.C. 





Jones, Joyce R. '75 
Darlington, S.C. 



Jones, Lucretia '75 Jones, Roderick '75 

Henderson, N.C. Freetown, Sierra Leone 




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Jones, Warren '73 
Dania, Fla. 




Keith, Barbara '75 
Chicago, 111. 





King, Barbara '73 
Lumberton, N.C. 



King, Nathan '75 
Amit>'ville, N.Y. 








Kirven, Eloise '73 
Darlington, S.C. 



Kneece, Beverly '75 
Hempstead, N.Y. 



Lander, Fred IV '74 
Alexandria, Va. 



Langley, Patricia '75 Lanham, Theresa '75 

Robersonville, N.C. Amityville, N.Y. 








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Lanier, Lorice '74 
Oak City, N.C. 



Latta, Stella '73 
Oxford, N.C. 



Lawyer, Barbara '73 
Lamar, S.C. 



Leach, Willette '75 
Fuquay-Varina, N.C. 



Ledbetter, Francis 
Winston- Salem, N.C. 



107 




Lee, Fred '74 
AltaVista, Va. 




Lewis, Sylvia '7 3 
Goldsboro, N.C. 



Lilly, Walter 7 4 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Lewis, Joseph '75 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 





Lilly, Carolyn '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 




LeGrant, Leon '75 
Winston- Salem, N.C. 




Liggins, Gilda '74 
Mebane, N.C. 




Little, Vivian '73 
Robersonville, N.C. 

108 





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




Lilly, Elver '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Lessane, Carol '75 
Lumberton, N.C. 




Lloyd, Charlese '75 
Camden, S. C. 




Lloyd, Ernest 75 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 





Long, Hurley '7 3 
Rosedale, N.Y. 





Lucas, Elizabeth 74 
Swanquarter, N.C. 



Luca'S, Geraldine 73 
Charleston, S.C. 




Lucas, MarOin 75 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Lucas, Thelma 75 

Springhope, N.C. 




Limsford, Sandra 75 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Lynch, Alice 75 
Whitakers, N.C. 



McCall, Walter 75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




McDougald, Vanessa '75 
Mehane, N.C. 



Lynch, Princess '75 
Louisburg, N.C. 




McDowell, Patricia '75 
Orrum, N. C. 



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McDowell, Vivis 75 McFadden, Robert 75 
Darlington, S.C. Sommerton, S.C. 



McFarland, Una 75 
Selma, N.C. 



McKinnon, Delemon '73 McLaurin, Seba 75 
New "^'ork, New ^'ork Red Springs, N.C, 




McNair, Daniel 75 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 




McQueen, Steve 7 3 
Rock>' Mount, N.C. 






McPhail, Janet 74 
Clinton, N.C. 




Macer, Gloria 73 
Virginia Beach, N.C. 




Mack, Carlton 74 
Shelby, N.C. 



Manning, Howard 74 
Maxton, N.C. 



Mansley, Anthony 74 

New York. N.Y. 



March, Carliss 75 
Columbia, S.C. 



Marrow, Brenda 7 3 
Oak City, N.C. 



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Marsh, Charles '73 
Sanford, N.C. 



Marshburn, Doris '73 
Rock>- Mount, N.C. 



Martin. Jean '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Mays, Clarence '74 
Charleston, S.C. 



Mays, June '74 
Lexington, Va. 




Mays, Maxine '73 
Lexington, Va. 




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Middleton, Saundra '75 
Wadmalavv Isl, , S.C. 





Mercer, Maurice '75 
Columbia, N.C. 




Miles, Wilma '73 
Louisburg, N.C. 






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Missick, Russell '75 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 



Mitchell, Betsy '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Mitchell, Carol '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mitchell, Pearlie '75 
Harrelsville, N.C. 



Mitchell, Phyllis '75 
Raleigh. N.C. 



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Mitchell, Rosemary '75 Montague, Charles 73 
Johns Island, S. C. Brooklyn, N . Y. 




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Moore, Angelia '73 
Charleston, S. C. 



Moore, Dora '73 
Graham, N.C. 







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Moore, James '75 
Louisburg , N.C. 



Moore, Jimmie '/3 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Moore, Rosalinde '/3 
Goldsboro, N.C. 



Morris. Deborah '75 
Freeport, N.Y. 



Muckler, Kerry '75 
Pitsburgh, Pa. 







Myatt, Kay F. '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Neal, Brenda '/5 
Louisburg , N.C. 



Nettles, Jesse '73 
Pittsboro, N.C. 



Newman, Theodocia '75 Niblett, Joseph '73 

Washington, D. C. Martinsville, Va. 



112 







Nickerson, Brenda '75 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Dates, Althea 75 
Laurel Hill, N.C. 



Onyirimba. Bartholo- 
mew '75 
Lagos, Nigeria 



Paisley, Hattie '73 
Fairmont, N.C. 



Parker, David '74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 








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Patrick, Curtis '75 
Williamstown, N.J. 



Peebles, Deborah '73 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



Peebles, LaVerne '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Pender, James '75 
Washington, D.C. 



Peyton, Leah '73 

Gary, N.C. 





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Pippens, Belinda '75 Poindexter, Tommy '75 
Pinetops, N.C. Boston, Mass. 





Poole, Cheryl '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Poole, Janice '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Porter, Vernetta '75 
Teaneck, N.J. 



Pressley, Regina '75 
Portsmouth, Va. 




Price Rosa '73 
Washington, D.C. 




Pride, Frederick '74 
Philadelphia, Perm. 





Price, Petris '/b 
Danville, Va. 




Privott, Gail '75 
Ahoskie, N.C. 






Rhoden, Bill '74 
Pacmyra, N.J. 



Richardson, Ron '74 
Norfolk, Va. 



Purirs, Angelene '75 
Robersonville, N.C. 



Ramseur, Marthis '73 
Shelby, N.C. 




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Richardson, Sandra '74 
Nashville, N.C. 



Ridout, Danna '75 
New Castle. Del. 



Reid, Doris '74 
Fremont, N.C. 




Ritchie, Gregory '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Rivers, Theora '73 
Miami, Fla. 



Robinson, Ernest '7 5 Robinson, Jeremiah '74 
Wyandanch, N.Y. Wilmington, N.C. 





Robinson, Melvia '75 
Littleton, N.C. 



Rodgers, Wilbert '75 
Potsmouth, Va. 



Rodgers, Yuonne '75 
Chocovvinity , N.C. 



Rodgers, Carolyn '73 Rogers, Cynthia '73 

Roxboro, N.C. Farmville, N.C. 





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Rogers, Lula '75 
Wendell, N.C. 



Rollins, Gwendolyn '75 
Laurel Hill, N.C. 




Ruffin, Brenda '75 
Wilson, N.C. 




Ruffin, Ethel '75 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Rook, Grover '73 
Garysburg, N.C. 




Russell, Debra '75 
Charleston, S.C. 



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Russell, Robert 75 
Greensboro, N.C. 





Sands, Ronda 74 
Miami, Fla. 





Sanders, Even 73 
Garner, N.C. 




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Sanders, Linwood 73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Saunders, Tyrone 75 
Bimini, Bahamas Islands 



Saxon, Mary 75 
Plainfield, N.J. 




Scott, Jeremiah V5 
Ft. Landerdale, Fla 




Scriver, Eula 75 
Parkton, N.C. 




Shepard, Janice 74 
Garner, N.C. 




Sherman, Marc 74 
Toledo, Ohio 




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Shipman, Dorothy 73 
New York, N.Y. 







Shipman, Linda 74 
New York, N.Y. 



Silver, Joseph 75 
Goldsboro, N.C. 



Simpkins, Jacqueline 73 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Simmons, Donald 75 
Goldsboro, N.C. 



Simmons, George 75 
Jackson Springs, N.C. 



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Simms, Preston'73 
Wilson, N.C. 




Simpson, Janice '75 
Westburg, N. Y 





Sims, Geri '75 
New Castle, Del. 



Small, Marie '75 
Henderson, N.C. 







Smalls, Rosalyn '75 
Charleston, S.C. 




Smith, Carolyn '75 
Greenville, N.C. 




Smith, Eva '75 
Camden S.C. 




Smith, James '75 
Scotland Neck, N.C. 




Smith, Joyce '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Smith, Melba '75 
Portsmouth, Va. 




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Smith, Pricilla '73 
Winterville, N.C. 




Smith, Stanley '75 
Charleston, S.C. 




Smith, Vonzella '74 
Greenville, N.C. 



Snelling, George '73 
P,.aleigh, N.C. 



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Spencer, Moscow '75 Spencer, Robert '73 

Portsmouth, Va. Columbia, N.C. 




Squirer, Mary '75 
Bayboro, N.C. 





Stallings, Bobby '75 
Louisburg, N.C. 




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Staton, James '75 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Steplight, Alonzo '75 
Charleston, S. C. 






Stevens, Leslie '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Stokes, Jarvis '7 5 
Robinsonville, N.C. 



Streeter, Carolyn '75 
Winterville, N. C. 



Swindell, Gwendolyn '74 Taylor, Charlene '75 
Belhaven, N.C. Plainfield, N.J. 



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Taylor, Harry '74 
Wilmington, N.C. 





Taylor, Linda '7 3 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Taylor, Shirley '73 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Thomas, James '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Thomas, Sharman '75 
Tampa, Fla. 



Thompson, Olivia '75 
Dale, S.C. 



nUery, Ora '73 
Rich Square, N.C. 






Toombs, Nancy '73 
King William, Va. 



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Townsend, Carolyn '73 
Orrum, N. C. 



Umstead, Lillie '75 
Roclcy Mount, N.C. 



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Walden, Paulette '74 Wallace, Deloris '74 

Rich Square, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. 






Warren, Thomas '73 
Clinton, N.C. 





Wells, Hattie '75 
Charlottesville, Va. 



Westbrook, Lee 
Wyandanch, N.Y. 



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



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White, Deborah '7 5 
Darlington, S.C. 



White, Lacy '75 
North Carolina 



Whitehead, Alton '75 
Oak City, N.C. 



Whitehurst, Alma '75 Whitfield, Curtis '75 

Ayren, N.C. Simpson, N.C. 






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Whitfield, Jean '74 
Albertson, N.C. 



Whitfield, Linda '74 
Whitakers, N.C. 



Whittle, Kathy '75 
Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 

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Wiggins, Adean '75 
Enfield, N.C. 



Wiggins, Brenda '75 
Zebulon, N.C. 





Wiggins, Carolyn '74 
Littleton, N.C. 





Wiggins, Kiniberly '75 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Wiggins, Lee '74 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 




Wiggins, Pricilla '74 
Littleton, N.C. 



Wiggins, Ruby '75 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Wilkins, Clayton '74 
Enfield, N.C. 






Wilkins, Thomas '75 Williams, Charles '74 
Battleboro, N.C. Hartsville, S.C. 



Williams, Daniel '75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Williams, Edward '75 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Williams, Gail '74 
Bryn Mauer, Pa. 








Williams, George '74 Williams, LaVonza '75 
New Bern, N.C. Maulesfield, N.C. 



Willie, Claude '74 
PoHocksville, N.C. 



Wilson, Evelyn '75 
Chicago, 111. 



Wilson, Jo-Ann '75 
Wyandanch, N.Y. 



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Wilson, William '73 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Wimbush, Sheila '75 

Williamston, N.C. 



Windley, Lessie '75 
Plantersville, S. C. 



Wingate, Osteen '75 Witherspoon, Brenda '75 
Darlington, S.C. Wendell, N.C. 




Wood, Dora '75 
Salisbury, N.C. 




Woodard, Eddie '73 
Sharpsbuig, N.C. 




Wooten, Etta '75 
Washington, D.C. 





Workman, Jerolean '75 
Newberry, S.C, 



Wright, Donald '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 






Wynn, Deborah '74 
Darlineton, S.C. 




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Young, Barbara Vi 
jMorristown, N.J. 




Young, Helen '74 
Greensboro, N.C. 




Young, Malcolm '75 
Charleston, S.C. 



Boyd, Loretta '73 
Plainview, Va. 




Goodson, Isaiah '74 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Snow, Rosa '75 
Wilmington, Del. 




Soney, Leroy '73 
Hartsville, S.C. 



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105th Convocation 




October 19, l*-)?!: President Robinson speaks on the subject, "St. Augustine's College in the 
Seventies -Alternatives to Disaster." 



"Whether we are able to survive during 
this decade or this century, will in my 
opinion, depend upon the sincerity' of the 
national leadership of this country to 
create a more just, humane, economic 
and social order. " 

"The imminent danger of the high Amer- 
ican ideals does not rest among the ene- 
mies on foreign shores -and I do not 
minimize this danger, but it lies witliin 
our own midst and is represented by 
those who would attempt to defent a soc- 
ciet\' that is fragmented and by those 
who would try to preserve a system that 
is oppressive and denies human liberty. " 



Dr. P. R. Robinson, 105th Convocation Speech 




Diamitaries at 105th Convocation 




Principals at the 105th Formal Opening of Saint Augustine's College -left to right: Dr. P. R. 
Robinson, Jacqueline Jolmson; Student Representative to Board of Trustees, William Walthall; 
Student Representative to Board of Trustees, Zana Walker; President SGA, and the Right 
Reverend Thomas A. Fraser, Chairman, Board of Trustees. 




President Robinson speaks at the 105th Convocation. 



Freshman Orientation 




Faces of Augites-So full of expression! 




Keep tliem wheels a 'turnin. 



Saint Aug is Beautiful, Ain't If; 



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StudentGovernment Installation 










LEFT TO RIGHT: Henry Debnam; Chief Justice of the SGA, Oliver Workman; Vice-President 
of the SGA, Zana Walker; President of the SGA, Dr. P. R. Robinson, President. 



GOOD LEADERSHIP IS THE HOPE OF THE WORLD. It is also tlie hope of Saint Augustine's 
College and its student enrollment. It is the key to meaningful communications between one 
segment of a particular society and any other segment of that society'. In the formal induction 
ceremony of the Student Government, Dr. Robinson installed newly elected officers who will 
serve during tlie 1971-1972 academic year. . . Leaders whom we hope will voice student opin- 
ion to the administration, carry on tlieir duties widi a responsible attitude and bring the stu- 
dent body together. It is this type ot leadership that we need in order to tuliy develop our- 
selves both socially and intellectually for we are tomorrow's leaders. 



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Mr. Michael Jones escorts our 
lovely queen, Miss Nancy Otey. 




Miss Saint Augustine's College is 
presented the royal cloak by Miss 
Zana Walker, President of die 
student government. 



CORONATION 




Miss Saint Augustine's College being crowned by Uiiver Workman, 
Vice-President of tlie SGA, in the absence of Miss Phyllis Harden, 
outgoing queen. 




Miss Saint Augustine's College is presented a gift from the Faculty by Dr. Minnie T. Forte. 




"Miss Saint Augustine's College and her Court" Vcrnetta Porter, Helen Young, Priscilla John- 
son, Cassandra Gooding 

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132 







133 



Bobby Seale Speaks 




Brother Bobby Seale raps to Bx-others and Sisters of the Aug. Witli him are members of the 
Winston -Salem branch of the Black Panther Party. 



On November 15, 1971, Brother Bobby 
Seale, co-founder of tlie Black Pantlier 
Party, lectured on what the BPP was doing 
for the black community'. He stressed 
the importance of supporting the "Survi- 
val Programs" incorporated by the Black 
Panther Party. These programs revolved 
around supplying food and other necessi- 
ties to the needy blacks in various areas. 

He described conditions as they exist in 
the United States and explicitly stated that 
we as a "BLACK MINORITY" must pull 
together if we are to survive in this 
country. 




Bobby Seale raps hard about the BPP's Survival Programs. 



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Rev. Luns C. Richardson 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Reverend Luns C. Richardson, Mary Montague, 
Robert McFadden, Jo-Ann Wilson, Daniel Williams, Chris Hart. 



Al Wiggins 




On October 18, 1Q71, the first in a series 
of lectures, sponsored by the Public 
Affairs Committee of Saint Augustine's 
College was presented. Speaking on the 
topic "Search For Your Idenity", Rev. 
Luns C. Richardson, associate dean of 
Benedict College, Columbia, SC, told 
students "Find your idenit^' in serving 
other liuman beings. 



November 8, 1971- Blacks And Broad- 
casting Discussed At St. Aug. --A1 
Wiggins, Minority Affairs Reporter 
from CBS Television Company in Okla- 
homa City, Oklahoma, described the 
need for more blacks to go into the 
area of broadcasting. He urged St. 
Aug students to pursue a career in this 
field. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Wiggins, Annette Reid, Marshall Harvey, 
and Marilyn Green. 



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Lord Bill Barnes 
Trio 





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CLARION WIND QUINTET 




SAINT AUG STUDENTS LISTEN AS CLARION WINT) QUINTET TUNE UP PRIOR TO PERFORMANCE 
ON DECEMBER 2, 1971. 



Jeannette Walters 




SAINT AUG STUDENTS CONGRATULATE JEANNETTE WALTERS, SOPRANO. LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Michael Cogdell, Gail Williams, Miss Walters, Wyatt Woods, Jean Whitfield, William Jeffries. 

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SENIORS INDULGE IN CHIT-CHAT HOUR WITH PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROBINSON. LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Mrs. Robinson, Nancy Otey, Betty Credle, Zana Walker, Lillian Scott, Gwyndolyn Jones, 
Ethel Brunson. 



Gospel Choir in Concert 




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MARIAN 
WILLIAMS 

GOSPEL SINGER 




"The lyceum presentation on November 16, 1^7 1 wa-a a 
display of rhythm, expert vocal intonation and genuine 
ability to enthuse an audience. Marian Williams gave 
a superb performance. Singing a variety of gospel 
tunes, she brought the audience to its feet. " 



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Sigma Rho Sigma 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley King, Leonard Farrar, Legistrean Purvis. CENTER: Mary 
Brown . 




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STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Lillian Scott, Archie Matthews, Kitt>' Stewart, Angela Car - 
ballo, Gloria Mackey, Ethel Brunson, Linda Foster, Ronald Roberts, SEATED: Jean Whit- 
field, Loleth Ferrell, Gwendolyn Jones, Mary Montague, Catherine Crawford, Rosiland 
Moore, Cassandra Gooding. 



College Choir 




Veterans Club 




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Alpha Kappa Mu 




TOP ROW: Winston Barnes, Betty Gross, George Gunn, Nancy Otey, Christopher Hunt. SEATED: Rachel Wil- 
son, Laura Bunn, Gardenus Morant. 



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Pre-med 
Club 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Angeline Moore ( STAND EslG ), Carolyn Lilly, Thaddius Cooper. 

144 



Drama Club 




STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Doris Marshburn, Linda Foster, Preston Simms, Willie Kelly, Shirley Murphy, Daniel 
McNair, Christine Warren, Archie Matthews, Kitty Stewart, Julius Whitaker, Gloria Macer, Julia Lawrence. SEATED: 
Ernestine Jones, Eloise Kirven, Dorothy McChee, Brenda Mack, Ida Rogers. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Orienetta Johnson, Patricia Jones, Charles Williams, Bennie Bryant, Larry Holt, Gloria Macer, Ronald 
Roberts, Sarah Ivory, Patricia Barnett, Regina Boyd, Vivian Anderson, Doris Marshburn. 

145 



English 
Club 



French 
Club 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Ollie McMillian, Christine Peterson, Carolyn Rogers, Patricia Lucas. 
SEATED: Etiiel Brunson. 




STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Brenda Mack, Roy Pearson, Hattie Paisley, Daniel McNair, Janet McPhail, Preston 
Simms, Ethel Brunson, Robert Wall. SEATED: Sylvia Berry, Senya Small, Bett^' Gross, Lillian Scott, Myssee Johnson, 
Minnie Hanna, 

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Phi Beta Lambda 

m 




LEFT TO RIGHT- Deborah Wynn, Joyce Newman, Notre McPhatter, Shirley Murphy, Winnie Robinson, Vivian Litde, 
Wa Rogers! Emetine Jones, Wtt^- StJwart, Audrey Evans. EHzabetf, Lucas, Wanda Fore. CENTER: Brenda Durham. 



Altar 
Guild 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Hattie Paisley, Christine Warren, Sarah Crudup. 
147 



Sigma Tau Delta 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Sylvia Berry, Roy Pearson, Lillian Scott, Preston Simms, Clayborne McGill, Robert Wall, Hattie 
Paisley. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Elisha Clarke, Mary Brown, Daniel McN air, Calvin Carson, Ronnie Edwards, Legistrean Purvis, 

Gerone Miller, Hurley Long, Charles Montague, Edna Beard, Alvin Carson. 

148 



Sociology Club 




STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Boise Blackmon, Eloise Kirven, Dorothy McGhee, Annette Hilton, Edith McKoy, Joetta 
Allen, Rene Bell. SEATED: Catherine Crawford, Shirley Martin, Mildred Harris, Juila Lawrence, Hazel Bell, Yvonne 
Jones, Christine Warren, Mary Montague, 




Pre. 

Alumni 



FRONT (L-R): E. Jones, B. Durham, N. McPhatter, P. Simms, M. Harris, H. Bell, C. Crawford, 2ND ROW: 
J. Alston, J. Lawrence, L. Whitfield, A. Carballo, M. Montague, I. Rogers, D. McNair, 3RD ROW: C. Good- 
ing, E. Brunson, J. Long, S. Berry, L. Foster, C. Warren, A. Matthews, G. Mackey, L. Scott, B. Jones, B. 
Mack, S. Murphy, B. Credle, R. Moore, E. McKoy, D. Marshburn, 4TH ROW: W. Kelly, R. Roberts, H. 
Douglas, K. Stewart, J. Miller, Y. Jones, C. Carson, S. Martin, E. Kirven, B. Blackmon, R. Pearson, V. An- 
derson, G. Macer, B. Marshburn, C. McGill. 



Phi Kappa Alpha 




STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Brenda Mack, Roy Pearson, Gloria Mackey, Preston Simms. SEATED: Ethel Brunson, 
Lillian Scott, Angela Carballo. 




Gospel WpTf^fS r 
Choir 



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Math Club 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Willie Foreman, Winston Barnes, Evone Foreman, George Gurm, Barbara Harris, Clarence Dyson, 
Larry King, Christopher Hunt. 




Beta 

Kappa 
Chi 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Winston Barnes, Evone Foreman, Willie Foreman. STANDING: Chris Hunt. George Gunn. 

151 




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FRONT: Carl Cooper, Clayton Wilkins STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Howard Toomer, Ronnie Edwards, Gaddius Faulcon, 
Betinie Bryant, Willie Foreman, Frank Colebrook, James Hinton. 



Dogs of IBE 



Phi Beta Sigma 



Phi Beta Sigma Fratemity Inc., ^vas founded on the campus 
of Howard University on January 9, 1914. Beta XI Chapter 
was organized here at Saint Augustine's College in 1944. 

The Motto of the Fratemity is "Culture for Service and Ser- 
vice 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 rendering of service. Sigma has 
been energetic in educational, social and business programs 
geared towards the betterment of our fellow black man and 
society as a whole. 






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LEFT TO RIGHT: Pamela Ramsey, Annette Reid, Joyce Long, AlmaBethea, Rosemary Leonard 



Zeta Phi Beta 



Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the campus of 
Howard University in 1920. As a link in the 
great international 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 
becoming 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. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Marshburn, Joyce Newman, Linda Foster, Clayborn McGill. 






Frogs of Erp 



Sigma Gamma Rho 



Sigma Gamma Rho, the youngest of the Greek letter collegiate 
sororities and now an interracial organization, was organized Novem- 
ber 12, 1922, by seven young teachers in Indianapolis, Indiana. On 
December 30, 1929, the sorority was incorporated as a National 
Collegiate sorority and a charter was granted to Alpha chapter at 
Butler University, 

The sororit>' strives to foster ideals and encourage education and 
up-right living among women. 




156 







LEFT TO RIGHT: Sam Spencer, Ronald Roberts, Mark Sherman, Leon Carrington, Ollie Dunston, Willie Vick, Harry Murpliy, 
Alfred Lucas, Joseph Cooley, James Taylor, Steven Ingram. 




Kappa Alpha Psi 



Kappa Alpha Psi was founded on the campus of Indiana University in 
Bloomington, Indiana, Januarys, 1911. The chief aim of Kappa 
Alplia Psi is to provide the climate witliin which 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 lead- 
ership training, assisting choice of careers curricula, encouraging 
ACHIEVTMENT, fostering sociality and inculcating principles of de- 
mocratic living. Therefore, Gamma Omicron Chapter impresses 
unity among its' members, perseverance toward its' goal, and Phi 
Nu I'i as it's motto. 



157 




THIS IS THE DAWNING OF THE BIG BLACK, BEAUTIFUL AGE OF SWING PHI SWING SOCL'iL FELLOWSHIP . 



Swing Phi Swing 





Gamma Sigma Sigma 

I'he Constitutional Convention of Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority was 
held at the Beekman Tower in New York City on October 12, 1952. 
For three days girls at the first convention devoted their time devising 
a national constitution acceptable to all. It was hard work, but those 
present at the meeting were determined to produce a conr^'itiition 
worthy nf the principles of the group. 

The purpose of this sorority shall be to assemole _ollege and univer- 
sity vyomen in the spirit of service to humanity. It shall serve to 
develop friendship among women of all races and creeds through work 
side by side and through the fulfillment of those goals common to all. 
The sisters here at the "Aug" strive to put their motto, "UNIT\' EN 
SERVICE", into their everyday life. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Catherine Crawford, Myssee Johnson, Rosilyn Moore, Mirmie Hanna, Mary Montague, Mary 
Baldwin. 










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LEFT TO RIGHT: Carolyn Lilly, Bet±y Gross, Denise Clayton, Dora Moore, Deborah Peebles, Mattie Archer, 
LaVerne Peebles. CENTER: Joyce Barnes. 



Delta Sigma Theta 

Delta Sigma Theta is a National Greek- letter Sorority founded at 
Howard University in Washington, D. C. onjanuary 13, 1913. The 
founders envisioned an organization of college women pledged to se- 
rious endeavors, community services and to promote high cultural 
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 the Republic of Haiti and Liberia. 
Onjanuary 12, 1963, at its fiftieth anniversary celebration in Wash- 
ington, D.C. , President John F. Kennedy, the guest of honor, con- 
gratulated the organization on its service to the country. 




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Omega Psi Phi 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on the campus of Howard 
University on November 17, 1911. The purpose of our fraterntty is 
to mold and shape young college men, who meet the general and 

specific standards of Fraternity-ship, into a finer product a whole 

man. 







BACK ROW (Left to Right): John Jones , Bruce Baker, Edward Boston, Larkin Williams, Tommy Cox.Fenton Leslie, Billy Watson. 
FRONT: Reginald Currie , Henry Debnam, Alvin Clanton, Herman McC loud, Gordon Robinson, Johnnie Hodges , and Ronald 
Ritter 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Delemon McKinnon, Larry Teele, Malachi Gibson, Winston Barnes, Bernard Shands, Travis Outlaw, Thomas 
Warren, Lee Wiggins, Garland Battle. KNEEUNG: Francis Ledbetter, William Jeffries, Wyatt Woods. 



Alpha Phi Alpha 



Alpha Phi Alpha, the first black fraternity was found 
ed on the campus of Cornell University, 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 miiority peo- 
ple to insure mutual helpfulness. 

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

The ideas and principles upon which this fraternity 
was founded influenced many great men to join. 
Besides brotherhood, APA is based on knowledge and 
achievement. 




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Patricia Lynch. FRONT: Donna Whack, Nancy Otey. 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Gamma Xi Chapter of Appha Kappa Alpha sorority, 
Inc. was founded on March 26, 1949 here at St. 
Augustine's College. As in previous years, the mem- 
bers have carried on traditional projects. Alpha 
Kappa Alpha women hold as their guiding light the 
motto: "Advancement through knowledge and 
Achievement. " 



NiSiSi».\««;i 



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Mu 
Phi 
Beta 



LEFT (Top to Bottom): Edith Hooker, Carolyn Rogers, Sondra 
Lewis, Ernestine Mustipher. Rigiit: Catherine Davis, Cathe- 
rine Williams, Sharon Blount, Joyce Barnes. 



Mu Phi Beta Music Sorority Inc. , was founded in the fall of 1967 
on the Saint Augustine's campus. Since 1967, this outstanding so- 
rority has grown to a membership of forty, 

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



166 







LEFT TO RIGHT: Bruce Garner, Garland Battle, Robert Davis, Ronald Ritter, Wyatt Woods, Henry Roberts. 



Alpha Psi Mu 



A^'M 



Alpha Psi Mu Music Fraternity was founded in the fall 
of 1967 on St. Augustine's College Campus. This 
fraternity is related directly to Mu Phi Beta Sorority 
in that both share the same rules and regulations. 
This type of organization is referred to as "Frat_So- 
rority". 

Alpha Psi Mu Fraternity stresses the qualities of 
leadership, brotherly love, service, and full appre- 
ciation of music and arts. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Hardy, Joseph Hawkins , Howard Manning, Ronald Hawkins, President, Robert Finney, McCory Young, 
David Jones. 



Nu Gamma Alpha 






Nu Gamma Alpha Inc. , was organized at Howard 
University in 1952. Since then Nu Gamma Alpha 
has been spreading rapidly in the CIAA. Nu Gamma 
Alpha was organized on Saint Augustine's campus 
on October 17, 1970. 

As a Nu Gam, our main objective is to engage in a 
complete and all encompassing spectrum of social 
activities. Nu Gamma Alpha does not propose to be 
a charity of fund raising organization and therefore, 
confine its activities to social and business functions. 




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Pen 

Staff 




"The Pen" has entered a new era in that it is now becomming a much more effective communicating 
device between tlie students and tlieir peers, the students and the administration and Saint Augustine 
College and the "Black Community" of which we are an integral part. It is our wish that within the 
lines of the Pen, those constructive ideas of the students and others be expressed to the fullest for 
these ideas are those of tomorrow's leaders, ideas that may further solidify the unity of black stu- 
dents. 

The success of the Pen has been and will continue to be dependant upon a number of individuals -the 
minds of the AUG is the core of this publication. Mrs. Keck, Director of Publicity, has supplied 
us with a large portion of the pictures used in each edition. Mr. P. R. Jervay and the staff at the 
CAROLINIAN must recieve recognition for having printed each edition. Mr. James Burt, who ad- 
vises the staff, has been just tremendous. Teamwork at its best has been the key. . .for the staff 
has worked hard and for long hours trying to get "THE PEN" to press on time. The Pen is the 
voice of the students. 

Julius E. Whitaker 
Editor-ki-Chief 

Esther A. Boyer 
Associate Editor 



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The Pen Staff 



Julius E. Whitaker Editor-in-Chief 

Esther Boyer Associate Editor 

Sherman Arrington Sports Editor 

Richard Bowden Assistant Sports Editor 

Travis Outlaw Exchange Editor 

Rosaland Fain Secretary, Editorial Associate 

Ronald Prioleau Literary Editor 

Steve Jordan Literary Editor 

Eddie Woodard Editorial Associate 

Rosemary Leonard SGA Correspondent 

Larry Teele Circulation 

James Outlaw Circulation 

James E. Burt Advisor 

The Staff 

Shirley Martin George Gunn 

Charles Marsh Ethelyn Bradshaw 

Shirley Murphy Valeria Beal 

Betty Gross Bill Rhoden 

Veronica West Wade Williams 

Olivia Thompson Edna Bradley 

Betty Holmes Joyce Scriver 




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J- i o >^A 

Willie]. Kelly, Editor-in-Chief 



Dwight Jordan, Business Manager 



The 

Falcon 

Staff 

1972 




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Kitty Stewart, Secretary 



William Bell, Queens' Editor 




Rachel Wilson, Queens' Editor 



Doretha Uckson, Typist 



Notre McPhatter, Senior Editor 





L-b,^ 



Fred Lander, Student Photographer 



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Carolyn Kammie, Freshman Editor 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis Stokes, Francis Ledbetter, Willie Kelly, Paula Montague, Cheryl Bowden. 



Steven Ingram, Organizations' Editor 



Webster defines task as- a usu. assigned piece of work often to be finished within a 
certain time. I would define it as the act of putting the 1972 edition of the FALCON 
YEARBOOK together with somewhat of a new look along with traditional appeal. It 
has indeed been quite a task. . . and yet, it has been a pleasure. 

We started out aspiring to produce an annual worthy of serving as the ultimate recol- 
lection piece in the years to come. CREATIVITY G IMAGINATION-these were things 
we kept in mind as we conceived the FALCON. Idea after idea was analyzed and its 
suitability determined. . .for we knew our aim. We were seeking to put on display, 
what one might consider, "the expressions of the AUG. " Depiction of the mood and 
manner of the students was our number one priority. We feel that this idea has been 
carried out to a large extent. 

The individuals who contributed to this publication are too numerous to be mentioned 
one at a time. The bulk of the thanks must be extended to the staff for their tireless 
efforts when deadlines were closing in on us. Mr. James E. Burt has been the greatest 
advisor and Mr. J. D. Hinton and Mr. Robert Lawson must be congratulated for their 
expert photography. 

Our hard work has been the key to the production of the largest FALCON yet-224 fun- 
filled pages . It is now yotirs to enjoy and to cherish for it is composed of you. 

Willie J. Kelly, Editor 




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e 

Falcon 1972 

Willie J. Kelly Editor 

Joseph Griffin Co-Editor 

Dwight Jordan Business Manager 

William Bell .Queens Editor 

Cheryl Bowden Layout Editor 

Tommy Poindexter Sports Editor 

Notre McPhatter .Senior Section Editor 

Kitty Stewart Secretary 



The Staff 



Betty Gross 
Doretha Jackson 
Edna Beard 
Brenda Marrow 
Carolyn Hammie 
Rachel Wilson 
Larry Hardy 
Linda Taylor 
Bill Carson 



Francis Leddbetter 
Thomas Warren 
Carolyn Mann 
Paula Montague 
Willette Leach 
Rosiland Fain 
Evone Sanders 
Steven Ingram 
Carl Cooper 



PHOTOGRAPHY 



Professional .Robert Lawson 

J. D. Hinton 

Student Photography. Fred Lander IV 

Advisor Tames E. Burt 



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Basketball 




Lii. 



BOTTOM ROW (Left to Right): Ron Richardson, Clifton Faison, Wendell Sport, William Fleming, Curtis Pritchett, Elisha Clarke, 
Larry Williams, Head Trainer. MIDDLE: Lloyd Merriman, Earl Brown, Brian Collier, Harvey Johnson, Edgar Berry, Walter 
Leggett, Charles Montague. UPPER: Lacy Flintal , James Cotton, Sam Wade, Cecil Ross, Charlie Cannon, Farley McGill, Vincent 
Collins. 



When you're hot, you're hot. . . and oh, the Falcon 
machine is red hot! With more sharpshooting, a 
much improved defense, and a lot of hustle, a much 
improved edition of the Falcons have taken the floor 
this season and, having a bunch of guys with good 
credentials, the results have been none too surpris- 
ing. 

A combination of the little things along with a big 
plus factor -the addition of a coach with reputable 
credentials -have brought increased enthusiam. 
Wheelin', Dealin'. . . the crowd squealin'. . . "Rake 
that ball! Take that ball!" That has been the name 
of the game. 

A starting five consisting of Lloyd Merriman, Lacy 
Flintal, William Fleming, Charles Montague, and 
Curtis Prichett, has been tremendous on both ends 
of the court and an able supporting cast has been 
suberb. With such great personnel, no challenger 
is too great to be met in a head-on collision and no 
obstacle too great to overcome for the MIGHTY, 
MIGHTY FALCONS have arrived. 




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Senior guard Wendell Sport puzzles the defense. . . Will he shoot or pass. . . He makes his move. . . To 
the left and then to the right. . . He spins and shoots two. . . Hitting nothin' but bottom as Falcon 
crush Livingstone! 




If you think "Earl the Pearl" is exciting, watch this bad motlier. 
your mouth!). Charles Montague is the real thing. 



(Shut 




Lacy Flintal penetrates for two points in tliis game against Saint Paul's College 
His driving ability and hustle, along with his deadly outside jumper makes him' a 
big asset to the Falcon squad. 



Lloyd Merriman and Harold 
in an early CIAA Contest, 
shows much potential on 



Curtis Pritchett (" SARG") and Lloyd Merriman crash the offensive 
boards. Falcon won the game 109-92, 



Falcons keep the ball moving 
as they set up for a good shot. 






Kin fight for the ball 
Mernman (No. 44) has 
both offense and defense 



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Charles Montague has been a sparkplug in our game this far. His all-around 
play has ignited rallies and brought crowds to its toes. . 

Prichett leaps for a rebound. He's equally as agressive on offense. 



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artly discusses strategy during game as assistant coaches Harvin and Williams 
Heartley is an inspiration to the entire team-a coach of the highest caliber. 




Ron Richardson and Clarke hustle for a 
bound 



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Merriman seems to say, "This rebound is 
mine". Get down ECSU Viking! 

Act one was great... Act "TVVO" is coming up. 




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Merriman drives for two more points. 
He's a tower of strength on the boards. 



"Lightweight" challenges the defenders. 
A three-point play is in the making. 





Ray Haskins is closely guarded by Montague. Montague is a 
very unselfish player. . . a complete ball-player. 



Fleming makes his move against St. Paul defenders. 





Harvey Johnson jumps center as teamates waits for the tap. He has shown a lot of potential 
and with continued improvenient, he should be a mainstay on the squad. 




Ronald Richardson, No. 20, and Elisha Clarke converge on an ECSU player. Clark may be 
the most improved player on the team i84 





Harvey fires two from downtown Burbank! 



William Fleming drives for two points. . . the Falcons came 
from behind to defeat the Winston-Salem State Rams 88-73. 
Fleming is a demon on both ends of the court and yet, he is 
probably one of the most underrated players in the CIAA. 
He has the potential to make it big in the "PROS". 

Curtis Pritchett has been our big gun for the past few sea- 
sons. Our offensive attack has revolved around his play in 
and around the key. His great desire to excel and his ac - 
eomplishsieat this are reasons enough for his being voted 
"ALL CIAA". At right, he drives on Utley during Christ- 
mas Classic championship game. Falcons won 105-104 as 
Pritchett hit a career high 42 points. 




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Soccer 
















STANDING (Left to Right): H. Shyllons, B. Holomatt, B. Sacruy, M. Shyllon, R. Jones, C. Garrett, B. Elliot, S. Richards, D. 
Cleveland, H. Parkinson. KNEELING: T. Robin-Coker, A. Etukudoh , E. Blell, J. Mwamba, D. Blell, A. Wyse , F. Colebrook, 
A. Diantete. SITTING: A. Gilpeu, R. Richards, P. Blell, V. Gibson, Robert Ferguson. Not Pictured: Chester Neusome. 



The Falcon hooters are again a team to be 
reckoned with. A crafty ball -hawking defense 
and a potent offense are the reasons that it is 
so. The defense, led by Chester Newsome, 
clicked at top efficiency as we won a series of 
games. 

The encounter with Howard University, a team 
that later won the NCAA Championship, was a 
hard fought game. And though we lost 8-7- we 
did not slow down. . . In the opening round of the 
NAIA District 26 Soccer Tournament, the Fal- 
cons defeated the Guilford College team 3-2. 
In the finals, we bowed to Belmont Abbey 3-2 
(the officiating was questionable!). We should 
have of lot of returning players next season. . . 
hope the season is as profitable! 



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Coach Curry Discusses strategy with team players during game held on Emery Field, Falcons won 
tiie game as the defense shined. 



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FALCON BOOTERS HEAD UPFIELD AS THEY MAKE AN OFFENSIVE MOVE. 

DEFENSE IS THE NAME OF THE GAME. FALCON STAR GILPEU INTERCEPTS A PASS BELOW. 
THIS TYPE OF DEFENSE HAS KEYED NUMEROUS OFFENSIVE EXPLOSIONS. 




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KNEELING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Fenton Leslie, Byron Barnwell, Kevin Phillips, Clifford Lowery. 
STANT)ING: Howard Toomer, Fredrick Pride, William Kilson, Floyd Knox, Tony Kendall. 



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Tennis Team 





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The Falcon tennis team hopes to im- 
prove their good showing of last year. , . 
and the returnees from last year's 
squad are likely to make this a realit^r. 

Wade Williams has to be considered the 
big gun. We look to him for leader- 
ship which is necessary if one is to 
be a winner. Leon Carrington has 
to be relied on heavily too as do 
Tommy Cox and William Watson. 
They should recieve reliable backup 
from freshmen and others who are 
likely to try out for the team. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT (FIRST ROW) : Ronald Ritter, Alfred Lucas, Joseph Silver, Olie Dunston. 
Phillip Adams. SECOND ROW: Xorman Harris, Edward Williams, Freddie Pretty, Tommy 
Poindexter, George Simons, Frank Colebrook. 



Bam. . .They're off. . . Falcons are only one 
point ahead. . . This race will decide the track 
meet. . . the runners break even on the curve. . . 
Foot to foot on the straightaway. . . Falcon iVl- 
fred Lucas stretches and breaks tlie tape. . .And 
Saint Augustine's opens up another dynamite 
track and field season. 





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BASEBALL 




LEFT TO RIGHT (FIRST ROW): Henry Douglas, Robert Green, James Johnson. SECOND ROW: 
Donald Sessoms, Willie Foreman, Charles Williams, Robert Adams, Jarvis Stokes. THIRD ROW: 
Jeremiah Robinson, Joseph Mitchell, Leroy Soney, Clyde Custalow, Clarence Strayhorn. FOURTH 
ROW: Mr. J. H. Twitty, Head Coach, Howard Moses, Curtis Frank, Melvin Dove, Clarence 
Fortez, Assistant Coach. 



The Falcon Baseball squad should be a much improved 
one this season. There is a lot more depth in both 
the pitching and fielding departments. Melvin Dove, 
a native of Pollocksville, N. C. , should add a lot of 
fire -power to the pitching staff . Returning pitcher, 
Troy Clark, is a sure bet to win more games. . . add- 
ed experience should be his key to success. Other 
returning players and freshman prospects should mold 
the team into a winner. 




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BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1^)71-1972 



March 

11 Salisbury State College 

Doubleheader Raleigh 

14 -Open- 

15 Durham College Raleigh 

16 Norfolk State College Raleigh 

18 Hampton histitute Raleigh 

21 -Open - 

23 Durham College Raleigh 

26 -Open- 

28 Norfolk Sate College Norfolk, Va. 

29 Virginia State College Petersburg, Va. 

30 Hampton Institute Hampton, Va. 

April 

4 Winston-Salem State University .Winston -Salem 

7 Shaw University Raleigh (St. Aug. ) 

Doubleheader 

8 Virginia State College • Raleigh 

11 Fayetteville State University Raleigh 

13 Winston-Salem State University 

Doubleheader Raleigh 

18 Fayetteville State University Fayetteville 

22 Shaw University Raleigh (Shaw) 




Kenneth Hobb-STA's "Willie Mays' 




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Drill Team 




STANDING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Deidre Anthony, Christine Hawkins, Evelyn Wilson, Jackie Jones, 
Maxine Mays, Charlene Taylor, Crystal Sutton, Cheryl Harris, Mary Saxon, Joann Wilson, Verna 
Delancy KNEELING: Carol Mitchell, Vivian Johnson, Joyce Blount, Gwendolyn Berry, Vivian Little, 
Teressa Ladiam, Vanessa Hunt, Priscilla Johnson. 




LEFT. . .RIGHT. . .LEFT, RIGHT. . .LEFT. . .RIGHT. . . LEFT, RIGHT. . . YO LEFT, 



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LEFT RO RIGHT (KNEELING): Vivis McDoweU, Dianne Harris, Sharon Felton, Sandra White, Marie 
Jenkins, Stella Latta. STANDING: Donna Ridout, Regina Boyd, Francine Newkirk, Mary Titus, Sarah 
Ivory, Ronnie Edwards; Team Manager, Evone Sanders, Theodocia Newman, Mary Titus, Gail Privott, 
Mr. J. H. Twitty, Head Coach 



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ADMINISTRATION 



AND 



FACULTY 



ADMINISTRATION 




PRESIDENT PREZELL R. ROBINSON 



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



Joseph Jones, Jr. 
Vice Pres. For Academic Affairs 








J. Mills Holloway 
Vice President for Financial Affairs 



Igal E. Spraggius 
Registrar 



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Division of Education 



S. 




Frissell W. Jones 
Chairman, Division of Ed. 




Suraj P. Puri 

Head, Business Dept. 



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Earle K. Curry 
Head, Physical Ed. 




Youngil Cho 
Business 



Mildred E. Harris 
Business 

Delores E. Ball 
Elementary Ed, 

Minnie T. Forte 
Education 

Nelson H. Harris 
Education 

Thomas Simmons 
Education f./Z^f/A' 



Frank A. Toliver 
Education 



James C. Black 
Director of 
Freshman Studies 



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Division of Humanities 






Thelma J. Roundtree 
Chairman, Div. of Humanities 



Max Dardeau 

Acting Head, Modern Languages 



Albert W, Grauer 

Head, Music Department. 




Howard L, Burchette 

Art -^ - - 

Sophia Friedlander 
English 

James A. Boyer 

English pi,-.r.-.T !r /"/''l^ 




Sadik T. Duda 
German 't'c >'•'_: 

Rev. Clyde E. Beatty 
Religion & Phil, 

Rev. Arthur J. Calloway 
Religion & Phil, 



Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics 





Rebecca C. Weathertord 
Head, Math & Physics 



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Cecil i\. Coble 
Biology 

Raymond Davis 
Biology 

Jeffery Gipson 
Chemistry 



Kresimir Blazevic 
Acting Head, Chemistry 




Addessa M. Lewis 
Mathematics 

?lenry Lewis, Jr. 
Matliematics 



Ramesh K. Mathur 
Mathematics 




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Division Of Social Sciences 




Elmer C. Schwei^tman 
History 




Norman H. Dawes 
History 




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William A, Gaines 
Chairman, Social Sciences 




William E. Allen 
Sociology 




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Charles A. Haywood 
Dean of Students 



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James H. T\vitt\' 
Asst. Dean of Students 




Esther S. McNeill 

Assoc. Dean of Students for 

Student Life 



Christopher C. Gray 
Assoc. Dean of Student 
for Student Life 



George E, Sanders 
Financial Aid Officer 



Rice R. DeLoatche 
Finalcial Aid 
Counselor I'/f'';.-"' ' • 




Evelynt^'ne H. Dempsey 
Director of Guidance 
& Testing 

Thelma M. Keck 
Director of Publicity 



Lionell Randolph 
Asst. Director of 
Admissions 





Lois Rogers 
Counselor 



James E. Burt 
Coordinator of Alumni 
Affairs , f^<,c-'r ■ /"t"^ 2 

Homer R. Debnam 
Social Director 



Delia Moore 
College Nurse 

Frederick D. Smith \ • 
Director of Food Service 

Barbara J. Moring 
Asst. Director of 
Food Service 



Catherine Winters 
Assistant Librarian 

Ruth B. Walker /•^•-'.- 
Library Asst. & Sec. 

Margaret W. Ransdell 
Director of Personnel 



William B. Colbert 
Purchasing Agent Af^v 

Inez Hayes 

Post Office -r.c,-,-. : 



Juanita K. McKnight 
College Bookstore 



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Secretaries and Personnel 



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Marie M. Gibbs 
Sec. to President 

Thelma Hunter 
Sec, Pres. Office 



Margaret Brown 
Sec. , Pres. , Office 



Elaine Jeffreys 
Sec. to Adm. Asst. 
to the President 

Alice F. Perry 
Sec. Academic Dean 

Gloria J. Dolby 
Sec. Academic Dean 



June K. Campbell ■'?'"■' ' 
Sec. Vice Pres. Fin. 
Affairs 

LuDee Singletary 
Sec. Bus. Office 



Nancy G. Wall r ' 
Clerk, Bus. Office 



Sandra B. Afford 
Student Account Clk. 

Rosa T. Curtis 
Facult)' Secretary 

Gretta Fleming 

Sec. Ed. Department 





Carolyn W. Steward 
Sec. Dean of Students 

Brenda Blalock 

Sec. Dean of Students 

Barbara M. Bradley 
Sec. Guidance & 
Testing 



Linda Lucas 

Faculty Secretary - r«-s£;; f h¥i ■ 

Joan P. Lee 
College Bookstore 

Betty P. Thomas 
Sec. Purchasing Dept. 



Barbara Mann 
Sec. Dev. & Public 
Relations 



Louis Shepherd 

Campus Officer rVt'i/ -</"_? 



Clarence Forte 
Proctor ...... 



Clara Wilson 
Dormitory Directress 

Linda Williams 
College Nurse 

Herbert E. Brown 
Asst. Director of 
Development 



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Mrs. Lula M. King 

Mr. William H. Wilkins 

NIr. Jasper Wilkins 

Mr. G Mrs. Willie Mason 

Mr. G Mrs. James Wilkins 

Mr. & Mrs. Waverly Sledge 

Mr. G Mrs. Clyde Dunn 

Mr. G Mrs. Harold Gillespi 

Mr. G Mrs. Sanford Jones 

Mr. G Mrs. Harry Bollman 

Mr. G \lrs. Joseph Ford 

Dr. G Mrs. Edward Ballard 

Mr. G Mrs. Morris Hebert 

Mr. G Mrs. Bert Askew 

Mr. G Mrs. Frank Adams 

Mr. G Mrs. Grover C. Adams 

Dr. G Mrs. Adolphus Walton 

Mr. Ovie Nicholson 

Mrs. Mary Batiste 

Mr. Stanley McKenzie 

Mr. Edwina Howard 

Mr. Luther Wauls 

Mr. Herbert A . Howard 

Mr. C. L. Lindsay 

Mr. A. Taylor 

Miss. Lela Batiste 

Mr. Ann Petrovich 

Mr. GMrs. T. C. Nicholson 

Mr. G Mrs. Lonnie Pratt 

Mr. G Mrs. Christean Brown 

Mr. Lenwood R. Moore 



C0.\GRATiL.4TI0.\S 
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■Class of 1972' 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick li'illianis 



Congratulations to the Class 

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From the Philadelphia Chapter 

of St. Augustine's National 

Alumni Association. 



We take pride in Congratulating 

Our Son, Member of the Class of 

1972. on His Graduation. Best 

Wishes! 

Listervelt S. Winfree 



Dr. & Mrs. L. S. Winfree 



To Our Daughter 

Nydia M. M alone 

Best Wishes On Your Graduation! 

We are very proud of your 

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Allen, Caren T. 26 Hamilton Terr. , NY, N.Y. 

Anderson, Vivian 550 Clocks Blvd. , Amityville, N.Y. 

Archer, Mattie R. 1510B.N. W. 3rd St. , Ft, Lauderale, Fla. 

Backman, Theresa 172 Battery Isld. Dr. , Charleston, S. C. 

Barham, Theresa 2305 Nelson St. , Raleigh, N. C. 

Barnett, Patricia 1169 Magnolia Ave. , Camden, N.J. 

Battle, Doris Route 1, Box 162, Whitakers, N. C. 

Beal, Valeria Y. 2148 S. Oakland, Arlington, Va, 

Beard, Edna R. 2324 N. Beechwood St. , Phila. , Pa. 

Bell, Hazel L. Rotite 3, Box 102, Williamston, N. C. 

Bennett, Ella M. Route 4, Box 214, New Bern, N.C. 

Bennett, JoAnn M, 494 West King St. , St. Augustine's, Fla. 

Bethea, Alma J. 121 Clifton Rd. , Greensboro, N.C. 

Black, Sandra P. Route 2, Box 53, Robersonville, N.C. 

Blackmon, Boise, Jr., 1524 Madre PI. , Greensboro, N.C. 

Bowden, James W. Route 2, La Grange, N. C. 

Bowe, Linda L. 2309 Simms St. , Hollywood, Fla. 

Boyce, Johnnie B. Route 1, Box 204, Rich Square, N.C. 

Boyer, Esther A. L504 Oadwood Ave. , Raleigh, N.C. 

Brown, Benjamin L. 14741 Polk St. , Miami, Fla. 

Brown, Mary B. Route 3, Box 176, Hemimgway, S. C. 

Brown, Patricia A. 425 Mistletoe St, , Petersburg, Va. 

Brunson, Ethel M. Route 2, Box 16, Dudley, N.C. 

Bruton, MyraP. O. Box 72, Miami, Fla. 

Burchette, Marquita 1613 Ft. Davis PI. S.E., Washington, D.C. 

Carballo, Angela 6348 Sedgefield Dr. Norfolk, Va. 

Carrington, Brenda E. 400 Todd St. , Durham, N.C. 

Clark, Troy L. Route 2, Box 193D, Grifton, N.C. 

Cobb, Angelyn C. 911 Cedar Street, New Bern, N.C. 

Coleman, Jimmy 1201 Walnut St. , Raleigh, N.C. 

Cox, Hattie C. 2224 Bender Dr. , Raleigh, N. C. 

Cox, Tommy 1818 Contwell Cts. , Raleigh, N.C. 

Crandol, James B. Route 5, Box 309, Greenville, N.C. 

Credle, Bettie J. 501 Park Rd. N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Crook, Bobbie J. Route 5, Box 169, Inman, S. C. 

Crudup, Sarah A. Franklinton, N. C. 

Currie, Reginald M. 1503, King Dr. , Goldsboro, N.C. 

Debnam, Henry D. 2213 Vandyke Ave. , Raleigh, N.C. 

DeVane, Linda C. 112 Temple Ave. , Fayetteville, N.C. 

Diggs, Althea G. Monrovia, Liberia 

Douglas, Henry 592 Hardin St., Southern Pines, N.C. 

Durham, Brenda A. 3429 N. Burke Dr. , Phila, Pa. 

Euland, Ethel L. 38 Morris St. , Charleston, S.C. 

Evans, Linda D. 209 Bassett Ave. , Va. Beach, Va. 

Fleming, William A. Route 2, Box 118, Robersonville, N.C. 

Ford, Novella 703 N. Ward Blvd. , Wilson, N.C. 

Forte, Minnie 1612 Merrick St. , Durham, N.C. 

Foster, Linda A. 39 Sycamore St. , Startex, S.C. 

Fuller, Linda A. Route 1, Box 273, Hampstead, N.C. 

Gethers, Shirley A. 42 Carolina St. , Charleston, S.C. 

Glenn, Cleo S. 3021 Woodfin PI. , Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Gooding, Cassandra L. LaGrange, N.C. 

Gray, Agnes D. Route 3, Box 306, Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Greene, Robert H. 717 S. 12th St. Wilmington, N.C. 

Gross, Betty J. 622 E. 50th PI. , Chicago, 111. 

Gunn, George W. South Boston, Va. 

Hargrove, Patricia A. P.O. Box 147, Battleboro, N.C. 

Harris, Charlene P. Route 1, Box 245, New Hill, N.C. 

Harris, Maxine A. 1550 Raleigh, Blvd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Harris, Mildred J. Route 4, Box 185, Louisburg, N.C. 

Harvey, Marshall W. 4208 Poole Rd. , Raleigh, N.C. 



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Heyward, Christanne T. Route 3. Box 210, Georgetown, S.C. 
Hilliard, lohnK. 206 Hillcrest Lane, Raleigh. N. C 
Hilton, Annette M. 1304 Colebrook Dr. . Hampton. Va. 
Home, Lamar S. P.O. Box 579. Wadesboro N C 
Houston, Prince B. 1114 Oakwood Ave. , Raleigh, NX 
Hunt. Christopher L. 300 Sherrybrook Dr. . Raleigh. N.C 
Ingram. Steven C. 32 Ford St. , New Haven. Conn. 
Ivory, Sarah Route 1. Box 726. Florence. S.C. 
Tackson, Doretha S. 1905 New Hampshire Ave. . Wash. . D.C. 
Jacobs. Gloria O. P.O. Box 263, Rich Square, N.C. 
ones, Beatrice Y. 402 Newfield Ave. , Bridgeport. Conn, 
lones. Cynthia L. 4155 Ely Ane. . Bronz NY. 
ones. Ernestine. M. Route 5. Box 141-X. Henderson, N.C. 
ones, Gwendolyn]. 829 E. Martin St Raleigh. N.C. 
ones, Michael A. 6217 S. Calumet #605, Chicago, 111. 
Kelly Willie J. Route 3, Box 85. Lillington. N.C. 
King.' Shirley P. Route 2. Box 39 -A. Lucama, N.C 
Lawrence, Julia A. 17 Nutgrove St, White Plams, NY 
Leonard. Rosemary. 258 Eldridge Ave.. Trenton N.J 
Little Evelyn L. Route 1, Box 174-A Robersonville, N.C. 
Little! Linda J. P.O. Box 384, Robersonville, N.C. 
Long, Joyce M. Route 2, Box 325. Durham. N.C. 
Lucas Alfred W. 1219 Quo Ave. S.E.. Washington, D.C. 
Lyons, Tanya E. 1223 Langham Ave., Camden, N.J 
McFayden. Linda J. 1216 Wilcox Ave. , Portsmouth. Va. 
McGhee. Dorothy D. Route 1, Roxboro. N.C. 
McPhatter. Notre W. Route 1. Box 427. Raeford, N.C 
McRae. Katherine L. 2550 Douglas Dr. , Lumberton, N.C. 
Mackey, Gloria J. P. O. Box 641. Lancaster S. C. 
Marshburn, Barbara J. 122 N. Tillery St. . Rocky Mt. . N.C. 
Martin. Shirley G. 185 Hall St. . Brooklyn. N. Y 
Massenburg. Gloria C. 28 S. Burch St. . Petersburg Va. 
Matthews, Archie A. B-11 Wash. Terr., Raleigh. N.C. 
Mayo, Mary 914 Elm St. Weldon, N.C. 
Michael, Lazette 1519 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 
Middleton, Francis J. 1613 -B Burgundy St. , Raleigh. N.C. 
Miller, Gerone 712 Brantley St. Newberry. S.C. 
Morant, Gardenus Route 1, Box 59, Orrum, N.C. 
Mumford. Judy L. 740 Newtown Rd. , Va. Beach, \ a 
Murphy. Shirley Lincoln Village G-1. Hartsville. S.C. 
Newman. Joyce Route 7, Box 560. Kinston, N.C. 
Newsome. Chester E. Route 1. Box 202. Conway. N.C. 
Otey Nancy E. 1708 Montello Ave. , Washington, D.C. 
Owens. Rhonda A. 1209 Wright St. Wilmington, N.C. 
Pearson. Roy L. Route 2. Box 46. Angler. N.C. 
Petway, Frances P.O. Box 412. Whitakers, N.C. 
Poole. Jasmine R. Raleigh, N. C. 
Powell. Eva L. Route 1. Box 8. Whiteville. N.C. 
Powell, Gordon K. 265 Coolidge Ave. , Englewood, N.J. 
Price, Teresa J. Route 3, Box 482, Washington, N.C. 
Purvis, Legistrean R. Route 1, Box 164. Oak City. N.C. 
Ramos, Wanda G. Route 1, Poverty Hollow Rd. , Newtown. Conn. 
Revis, Barbara 201 Lenoir St. . LaCrange, N.C. 
Robertson, Gwendolyn M. 1540 Raleigh Blvd. , Raleigh, N.C. 
Robinson, Winnifred G. 110-44 197th St. , Hollis.N.Y. 
Rogers, Ida L. Route 1, Box 368, Farmville, N.C. 
Sands, Constance E. 2150 Commonwealth Ave. , Jacksonville, Fla. 
Sapp, Brenda A. Route 1, Box 18-lA. Fuquay-Varina. N.C. 
Scott, Lillian 2305 Everett Ave, Raleigh, N. C. 
Shaw, Frank C. 885 Chelton Ave. , Camden, N.J. 



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Shaw, Joanne C. D-16 Wash. Terr., Raleigh, N.C- 

Simmons, Carol A. 5967 S. W. 66th Terr. , Miami, Fla. 

Singletary, Alvin B 3133 Holly Springs Rd. , Raleigh, N. C. 

Smalls, Kenneth W. 106 Calhoun St. , Charleston, S.C. 

Small, Senya C. Route 2, Box 51, Plymouth, N. C. 

Smith, Herman 410 Charles St., Goldsboro, N.C. 

Spencer, Reginald L. 1017 W. Trade St. , Charlotte, N.C. 

Stallings, Nellie R. P.O. Box 467, Wake Forest, N.C. 

Stanley, Barbara J. Route 2, Box 55 -A, Robersonville, N.C. 

Stewart, Kitty L. 44 Lake Dr. , Wyandanch, L. 1. , N. Y. 

Taliferro, Olga L. 43 Crescent Ave. , Trenton, N.J. 

Taylor, Alberta R. 51 Bunnell St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Thomas, Shirley S. 1011 Raleigh Blvd. , Raleigh, N.C. 

Townsend, Daphne M. Route 1, Orrum, N.C. 

Upchurch, Cecelia A. 813 Bunche Dr. , Raleigh, N.C. 

Wade, Patricia 122 Grantham St. , Red Springs, N.C. 

Walker, Zana 8336 Allendale Dr. , Hyattsville, Md. 

Warren, Christine Route 4, Box 389, Clinton, N.C. 

Watson, Patricia A. 1014 Mamie St. , Charleston, S.C. 

White, Joel E. 2105 B. Millbank Ct. Apt., Raleight, N.C. 

Williams, Barbara J. Va. Beach, Va. 

Williams, Catherine D. Enfield, N.C. 

Williams, Charles N. 1711 68th Ave. , Phila. , Pa. 

Williams, Floydstyne E. A-16 Washington Terr. , Raleigh, N.C. 

Williams, Wade H. 162 Park Ave. E. , East Orange, N.J. 

Wynn, Helena M. Route 3, Box 336 

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