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No words can express the warmth and love that Dr. Forte has exhibited since she has 
been at Saint Augustine's. Her understanding and concern go far beyond the classroom. 
Many have said that Dr. Forte has been their guiding light to a successful and meaningful 
position in society. Her ability to relate to students not only academically, but on a one to ■ 
one basis is what the Falcons as well as her co-workers consider a characteristic of the 
perfect instructor. Congratulations to one of Saint Augustine's finest. Dr. Minnie T. Forte. 



kted to Minnie T. Forte 





In Memoriam 




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As assistant to the vice president for development, Mr. 
Bro\™ won the esteem of everyone in this area. His gentle and 
genial personality will not soon be forgotten. A memorial service 
was held for him at the College Chapel on September 12. 




Y ou who think me less than what i am 
O we me for my time spent 
U nder that sun, where i toiled 
Never and knew my 

Cjreatness 




Cj one are my patience and 
I nklingof peaceful times 
F or i stand firm now and 
T rue to the belief that 
E vil eventually must come to those who 
Do it first. 




Because of all these things, i 
Lived for just that day 
And should if come sooner 

(closer will i be, to 

K eeping the pledge left to me by my ancestors 



Status Symbol 



Mari Evans 



have arrived 
i 

am the 
New Negro' 



am the result of 
President Lincoln 
World War I ■ 
and Paris the 
Red Ball Express 



Federal Troops 
Marches on Washington 

and 
_, prayer meetings . 

today 
They hired me 

i it 

is a status Job . . . 
with my papers 

j They 

gave me my Status 

I symbol 

the key to the White . . . 

^ Locked 

John ... 



The Negro 
How He's 

Different, 
Why 
Whites 
Fear Him ... 
Because He's 
Young, Gifted 
and 
Black. 



Is It Because Fm Black 



The dark brown shades of 

my skin only add color 

to my tears 
Oh, oh, that splash against 

my hollow bones that 

rocks my soul 
Looking back over my 

Thoughts, dreams that 

I once knew 
Wondering why my dreams 
never came true. 



Is it because I'm black 
Somebody tell me what can 

I do, Oh Lord, 
Oh, somethin' sis holding 

me back 
Is it because I'm lilack. 




In this world of no pity 
1 was raised in the 
ghetto of tlie city, 
yeah. Oh Lord, 

Momma, she worked so hard 
to earn every penny 

Somethin' is hold in' 
me back 
Is it because I'm black. 



Like a child stealing his 
first piece of candy 
and got caught 

Peepon' around life's cor- 
ners somewhere 1 got 
lost. 

Somethin' is hold in' me 
Back, I wonder, it is 
because I'm black 

Somebody tell me what can 
I do, will I survive 
or will I die. 



J. Jones, G. Watts and S. Johnson 



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Black is being beautiful and knowing it! Those who imitate another culture, fearing that they will 
be rejected because their hair is not, "straight" enough, their lips not thin enough, and their skin too 
dark, can lay no claim to ever having touched the souls of Black folks for they are steering away from 
the central theme of their heritage 








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Determined. 

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Am Raised to 
My Full Potential, 

I Am the True 

Essence of 
'Tower to My People" 






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JOETTA ALLEN 
"Sociology" 
Eden, N^C. 



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IRIS D. ATKINSON 
Accounting 
Elmont, N. Y. 

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DEIDRE BAILEY 
Pre -Med. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

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MARVIN L. BAILEY 
Sociology 

New]oort News, Va. 




LORETTA BARBOUR 
Early Childhood Ed. 
South Boston, Va. 

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Early Childhood Ed. 
Hookerton, N. C. 




DOROTm' BARTON 
Sociology 
Taylors, S. C. 



SHAREN BAYLOR 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



HARVEY L. BEASLEY 
Business Education 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



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CAPRICORN 



GEMINI 



CANCER 




RENEE BELL 
Sociology and 
Education 
Greensboro, N. C. 
CANCER 



LOUISE BEST 
Elem. Education 
Clinton, N. C. 

SCORPIO 



SYLVIA L. BERRY 
English 
Windsor, N. C. 

TAURUS 




ROSALYNP. BLACK 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N. C. 

AQUARIUS 




ELOISE BEST 
Sociology 
Clinton, N. C. 

PISCES 



LORETTA BOYD 
Business Adm. 
Plainview, Va. 

AQUARIUS 



ETHELYN BRADS HAW 

Sociology 

Bronx, N.Y. 



BETTIE J. BRANCH 
Business Adm. 
Jersey City, N. J. 



DIANNA A, 
BRAYBOY 
Elem. Education 
Winston Salem, N. C. 



AQUARIUS 




EARLIE BRIMAGE 
Business Adm. 
New Bern, N. C. 

SCORPIO 




EVETTE BROWN 
Physical Education 
Newark, N. J. 

AQUARIUS 





SHEILA A. BULLOCK 

Sociology 

Durham, N. C. 



LAURA J. BUNN 
Business Education 
Enfield, N. C. 

TAURUS 




MARY E. CAGE 
Early Childhood Ed. 
South Boston, Va. 

SAGITTARIUS 




CHRISTOPHER 
CANADY 
History 
Kinston, N. C. 



LINDA ANN 

CANNON 

Soc. & Social Wei. 

Darlington, S. C. 



ELISHA S. CLARKE 

III 

History & Gov't 

Miami, Fla. 



LEO 



LIBRA 



SCORPIO 






DEMISE Y. 
CLAYTOR 
Social Studies 
Boston, Mass. 
TAURUS 




PATRICIA A. 
CLAYTON 
Sociology 

Hillsborough, N. C. 
CANCER 




PLEAS C. COLEMAN 
Business Adm. 
Moni-ovia, Liberia 

AQUARIUS 




JOSEPH LEE 
COOLEY 
Social Welfare 
Wendell, N. C. 
SCORPIO 




SAMUEL COX 
Business Adm. 
Roper, N. C. 

SCORPIO 




LINDA L. DANIELS 
Business Adm. 
Robersonville, N. C. 

SCORPIO 




PENELOPE 
DANSBURY 
Business Education 
Haddonfield, N. J. 



JOYCE DAVIS 
Sociology 
Sanford, Florida 



WHITNEY DAVIS 
History and Govn. 
Washington, D. C. 



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SCORPIO 



AOUARIUS 



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ELMIZA DAY 

Soc. & Social 

Welfare 

Scotland Neck, N,C. 



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ANIECE Y. 
DRAUGHN 
Social Welfare 
Wliitakers, N. C. 

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HOWARD DEBNAM 
Sociology 
Youngsville, N. C. 



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CALVIN DUNN 
Sociology 
Raleigli', N. C. 




JOSEPH DEBNAM 
Business Adm. 
Raleigh, N. C. 




GLENDA F. 
DUNSTON 
English & Educ. 
Rahway, N. J. 

Sl-MRPIO 




RITA E. DUNSTON 
Business Education 
Raleigh, N. C. 



JAiVIES JO FAIRLEY 
Commercial Art 
Raleigh, N. C. 



WANDA J. FORE 
Business Education 
Holly Springs, N.C. 



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AQUARIUS 



TAURUS 



SAGITTARIUS 





WILLIE L. 
FOREMAN 
Math-Chemistry 
Va. Beach, Va. 



GEMINI 



CAROLYN 
FREEMAN 
Sociology and Soc. 
Wei. 

Oxford, N. C. 
CANCER 



ROSALYN 
FREEMAN 
Med. Tech. 
Va. Beach, VaJ 

GEMINI 




MARGARET 

CATLING 

Sociology 

Rich Square, N. C. 

TAURUS 




LILLIE H. 

GILMORE 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

CAPRICORN 




GWENDOLYN 
GREAR 

History and Govn. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

CANCER 




JOSEPH ALAN 

GRIFFIN 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Petersburg, Va. 



CATHERINE M. 
HALL 

Business, Adm. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



LEVI B. 
HAMILTON 
Business Adm. 
South Boston, Va. 



SCORPIO 



AQUARIUS 






BRENDA HANEY 
Biology 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
N. C. 



GLORIA T. HARDEN 
Soc. & Social Wei. 
Lane, S. C» 



JANE HARP 
English 
Raleigh, N. C. 



CANCER 



VIRGO 



CANCER 




BARBARA A. 
HARRIS 
Mathematics 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

PISCES 



SANDRA E. HENTZ 
Business Adm. 
Bronx, New York 



PISCES 



ELIZABETH H. 
BRADE 

Business Education 
South Boston, Va. 

CANCER 




EFFIE C. HILLARD 
Business Adm. 
Raleigh. N. C. 



ROBERT HINES 
Business Adm. 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



JOHNNIE C. 
HODGES 

Sociology & Welfare 
Smoaks, S. C. 



CANCER 




VIRGO 




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RICHARD HOLCOMB 
Business Adm. 
Staton Island, N. Y. 

A'TRGO 




CAROLE JACKSON 
Secretarial Science 
Robersonville, N. C. 

CANCER 




EDITH D. HOOKER 
Social Welfare 
Sanford, N. C. 



GFA.HM 




JACQUELINE 
JACKSON 
Business Adm, 
Wilmington, N. C. 

SAGITTARIUS 




MARY JACOBS 

Soc. and Social 

AVelfare 

Rich Square, N. C. 

Aapnn 




EVELYN JAMES 
Business Education 
Colorado Springs, 
Col. 

LEO 




JOHN E. JONES, JR. 
Mathematics 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



PAULA A. JONES 
Elementary Education 
Bronx, New York 



WARREN S. JONES 
Sociology 
Danla, Florida 



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SCORPIO 



SAGITTARirs 






JACQLIELIiNE 
JOHNSON 

Physical Education 
Philadelphia, P. A. 

LIBRA 




PRISCILLA V. 
JOHNSON 
Business Adm. 
Roanoake Rapids, 
N. C, 




KATHY O. JOHNSON 
Early Cliildhood 
Education 
Charlottesville, V.A. 




WAiaL li. JUHaSON 
Social Welfare & 
Psychology 
Dartmouth Canada 




ORIETTA JOHNSON 
Physical Education 
Philadelphia P. A. 




BARBARA KING 
Sociology & Welfare 
Lumberton, N. C. 




ELOISE L, KIRVEN 
Sociology & Welfare 
Darlington, S. C. 



STELLA L. LATTA 
Elementary Educ. 
Oxford, N.' C. 



BARBARA A. 
LAWYER 
Business Adm 
Lamar, S. C. 



25 




FRANCIS 
LEDBETTER 

Sociology 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

TAURUS 



PAT L. LIGGINS 
Sociology 
Mebane, N. C. 

VIRGO 




CAROLYN Y. LILLY 

Biology 

Raleigh, N. C. 

SCORPIO 




BERNETTE 

LIS HON 

Medical Technology 
Charleston, S. C. 
TAURUS 



VIVIAN LITTLE 
Business Adm. 
Robersonville, N. C. 



SAGITTARIUS 




DORIS M. LOFTON 
Social Welfare 
Wilmington, N. C. 

CAPRICORN 




HURLEY LEON 

LONG 

Hist. & Govt. 

Milton, N. C. 



LAVOLIA LUCAS 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Wilson, N. C. 



RUSSELL F. LUCAS 
Mathematics 
Raleigh, N. C. 



VIRGO 



SCORPIO 



,UARIUS 





GLORIA J. MACER 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Physical Education 

VIRGO . 




BRENDA M. MACK 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
English & Speech 

TAURUS 




BRENDA LA VERNE 
MARROW 
Oak City, N. C. 
Business Education 
CANCER 




CHARLES R. 
MARSH, III 
Sandford, N. C. 
Pre -Law 
PISCES 



KAY FRANCES 
MYATT 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Early Childhood Ed. 
ARIES 



EDITH JOAN McKAY 
Lillington, N. C. 
Sociology 

CANCER 




DELEMOM 
McKINNON 
New York, N. Y. 
Business Adm. 



PATRICIA 
McLAVIR 
Redsprtngs, N. C. 
Business Adm. 



STEVE McQUEEN 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Music 



AQUARIUS 



AQUARIUS 



ARIES 






WILMA P. iVIILES 
Music History 
Louisburg, N. C. 

ARIES 




ADA MILLER 
Sociologv & Welfare 
Winston 'Salem N. C. 

SCORPIO 




CHARLES 
MONTAGUE 
History 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TAURUS 




DORA B. MOORE 
Sociology & Selfare 
Graham, N. C. 

TAURUS 



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JIMMIE R. MOORE 

Art 

Raleigh, N. C. 

PISCES 




CYNTHIA MURPHY 

Accounting 

Va. Beach, Va. 

PISCES 




HARRY J. MURPH\^ 
History & 
Government 
Georgia 



ERNESTINE 
MUSTIPHER 
Sociology & Welfare 
Charleston, S. C. 



JESSE NETTLES 
Hist. & Gov. 
Pittsboro, N. C. 



28 



GEMINI 



PISCP''^ 



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JOSEPH NIBLETT 
History 
Martinsville, Va, 




TRAVIS OUTLAW 
History & Gov. 
Kenansville, N. C. 

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WILMA PARTIN 
Business Ed. 
Raleigh, N. C. 




ROSALIND 
PATTERSON 
Sociology & Welfare 
Queens, New York 



DEBORAH A. 
PEEBLES 
Business Adm. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



LAVERNE C. 
PEEBLES 
Business Adm. 
Virginia Beach Va. 




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LEAH R. PEYTON 
Sociology & Welfare 
Gary, N. C. 



KEVIN PHILLIPS 
Accounting 
Phila, Pa." 



STERLING J. PURT 
Social Studies 
Raleigh, N. G. 



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PISCES 




RONALD QUICK 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Elementary Educa- 
tion 

SCORPIO 



REGINALD W. 
RITTER 
Cinn. , Ohio 
Sociology 
AQUARIUS 




MARTHA RAMSEUR 
Shelby, N. C. 
Health & Physical 
Education 

SCORPIO 



RONALD WARREN 

RITTER 
Cinn. , Ohio 
Sociology 

PISCES 




SANDRA 
RICHARDSON 
Nashville, N. C. 
Medical Technology 

VIRGO 




THEORA RIVERS 
Miami, Florida 
Social Welfare & 
Soci. 

GEMINI 




CYNTHIA ROGERS 
Farmville, N. C. 
Social Studies 



GROVER ROOK 

Garysburg, N.C. 
Social Studies 



EVON ELAINE 
SHERRON SANDER 
Garner, N. C. 
Elem, Education 




LINWOOD SANDERS 
Business Adm. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

PISCES 



JACQUELINE 
SIMPKINS 

Sociology & Welfare 
Phila. Pa. 

LIBRA 




GEORGE A. 
SNELLING, JR. 
Sociology 
Raleigh, N. C. 



DOROTHY SHIPMAN 

Sociology 

New York, N. Y. 

PISCES 




JACQUELYN Y. 
SMASHUM 
Business Education 
Yonges Island, S.C. 

TAURUS 




LEROY SONEY 
Mathmatics 
Hartsville, S. C. 



EDITH SHOAKES 
English 
Harrillsville, N.C. 

PISCES 




ALBERT SNEED, JR. 

English 

Wake Forest, N. C. 

TAURUS 




GWENDOLYN 
SWINDELL 
Business Adm. 
Belhaven, N. C. 



CAPRICORN 



VIRGO 



PISCES 




LARRY TEELE 
Everetts, N, C. 
Sociolooy & Welfare 




ORALEE TILLERY 
Richsquare, N. C. 
Sociology & Welfare 




NANCY TOOMBER 
Route 1, Box 37 
King William, Va. 



CAPRICORN 



PISCES 



LIBRA 




ROBERT EUGENE 
WALL 

Raleigh, N. C. 
English 

LIBRA 

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WILLL\M M. 
WALTHALL, JR. 
Lyncliburg, Virginia 
Mathematics 

TAURUS 





CHARLOTTE WARD 
Belhaven, N. C. 
Business Admin, 

ARIES 




AIARY DELOIS WARD 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
BiologT,' 



CHARLIE LLOYD 

WHITE 

Wind sow, N. C. 

Business Adm. 

32 



HENRY EVANS 
WHITE 

Monroe, N. C. 
Phvsical Education 



VIRGO 



GEMINI 



SCORPIO 






LESHEA M. WHITE 
Physical Ed. 

Rahway, N. J. 

LEO 




HAROLD WILLIAMS 

English 

Africa 

CAPRICORN 




LARKIN R. 
WILLIAMS 
Soc. & Soc. Wei. 
Louisville, Geo. 

ARIES 




DONALD C. mLSON 
Business Adm. 
South Boston, Va. 



RACHEL WILSON 
Elementary Ed. 
Newton Grove, N. C. 



EDDIE WOODARD 
Hist. & Govt. 
Sharpsburg, N. C. 



PISCES 



PISCES 




WYATTJ. WOOD, JR. 
Social Studies 
Madison Height, Va. 




ALTON WOODS 
Sociology 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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YOU GOT TO MOVE IF YOU PLAN TO GET AHEAD 






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IT'S A REVOLUTION OF THE MIND 




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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR FELLOW MAN 



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GET ON THE GOOD FOOT 




THE MAN WITH THE PLANS 



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THE BEGINNING 




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Getting down to serious business. 



Jabar, eat your HEART out!! 



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'Are you sure you know what you're doing" 




"I came here, paid my money, and I'll be 
!?!? if I'm gonna waste it!" 



'Mother, do I have to?' 



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"Harmony is the Key for sisters and brothers. 







The campus -a picture of true tranquility. 





Achoe, Gwendolyn 
Morristown, N. J. 



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Alexander, Carolyn 76 
Chespeake, Va. 




Allen, Connie 76 
Louisburg, N. C. 






Allen, Parker 76 
Henderson, N. C. 



Anderson, Clarence 
Charleston, S. C. 



74 



Anderson, Karren 76 
Miami, Fla, 






Arnold, Maria 76 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Arnold, Melvin 76 
Long Island, N. Y. 



Avent, Mary 76 
Roanoke, Rapids, N, C. 



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Ayers, Anthony 74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bacote, Linda 76 
Florence, S, C. 



Bailey, Veronia 
Zebulon, N. C. 



76 







Baldwin, Louise 74 
Dunn, N. C. 



Baltrip, Wilma Jean 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Banks, William 76 

Woodljridge, Va. 



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Barbour, Pamela M. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



75 




Barbour, Rolland 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Barnes, Barry 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Barnes, DeVonna 76 
Wilson, N, C. 




Barnes, Jenise 
Norfolk, Va. 



76 




Barnes, Luther 76 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 






Barr, Alberta 76 
Hemingway, S. C. 



Barringer, Patricia 76 
Candor, N. C. 



Battle, Jean 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



56 




Baxter, Michaella 
Sierra Leona 




74 



Beck, Clifton 76 
Pittsburg, Pa. 




Bediako, Robert 74 
Ghana, Africa 






Bennett, Linda 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bethea, Betty 74 
Sumter, S. C. 



Beasley, Catrina 76 
Ahaskie, N. C. 




Boatright, Belinda 
Summerton, S. C. 



76 




Bonaparte, Susan 
Darlington, S. C. 



76 




Bostic, Javis 76 
Jackson Spring, N. C. 



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Bowden, Cheryl A. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



75 



Bowden, Richard 75 
Atlanta, Ga. 




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Bradley, Linda 76 
Smithfield, N. C. 






Bradshaw, Etheylyn 
Bronx, N. Y. 



74 



Branch, Ingraham 76 
Raye, N. Y. 



Branch, Jerline 76 
Wake Forest, N. C. 




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Bright, Linda 75 
Hartsville, S. C. 



Brooks, Debra 76 
Plymouth, N. C. 



Brannon, Joyce 76 
Norwood, N. C. 



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Brown, Barbara M. 
Charleston, S. C. 



74 



Brown, Delores 75 
Goldsboro, N, C. 



Brown, James 76 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 




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Brown, Mae E. 74 
Charleston, S. C. 




Brown, Patricia 76 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 




Brown, Valda 
Roxsboro, N. C. 






Brulie, Elerenne 76 
Virgin, Island 



Bryant, Annette 
Bronx, N. Y. 



76 



Bryant, Bennie 74 
Winterville, N. C. 



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Bryant, Flora 76 
Columbia, N. C. 




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Buckles, Iris 
Chicago, 111. 



76 




Bunn, Donald 76 
Enfield, N. C. 




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Burnett, Loranne 
Westbury, N. Y. 



76 




Burns, Anderson 74 
Raleigh, N. C. 




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Burton, Toora 
Portsmouth, Va. 



76 




Campbell, James 75 
Dillion, S. C. 



60 





Carter, Helen 75 
Portsmouth, Va. 



'Love is Mary and Dean Gray. " 






Chavis, Bobby 76 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 



Chavis, Deborah 76 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



Cherry, Debra 76 
Greenville, N. C. 




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Cherry, Luther 76 
Windsor, N. C. 




Cherry, Reginald 
Windsor, N. C. 



76 




Clark, Charlotte 76 
Bayboro, N. C. 



61 




Clarke, English 
Sumter, S. C. 



76 




Clark, Kathye 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 





Clark, Thomas 
Bayboro, N. C. 



76 






Coble, Denise 76 
Asheboro, N. C. 



Cogdell, Verta 76 
Winterville, N. C. 



Coleman, Sarah 
Freemount, Va. 



76 




Cooper, Darvin 
Plymoutli, N. C. 



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Cooper, Roland 76 
Freeport, Bahamas 




Cooper, Thaddlus 
Hollywood, Fla. 



74 



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Carbett, Vicent Lee 76 
Farmville, N. C. 



Cox, Raymond 76 
Roper, N. C. 



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Cumberbatch, Seliven 76 
N. Y., N. Y. 






Cunningham, Greg 76 
Washington, D. C. 



Curry, Brenda 76 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



Curry, Emma Marie 76 
Burlington, N. C. 






Dabney, Wayne 
Petersburg, Va. 



74 



Daneil, Ira 75 
Washington, D. C. 



Darlington, Pauline 74 

N. Y., N. Y. 



63 





Davidson, Marian 
Charleston, S. C. 



75 



Davis, Barbara 76 
Jamesviile, N. C. 




Davis, Sherry 75 
Ahoskie, N. C. 






Davis, Tyrone 76 
Miami, Fla. 



Day, Jessie 76 
Miami, Fla. 



Dean, Bernard 76 
Winston -Salem, N. C, 






De Loathe, Ula 76 
Garysburg, N. C. 



DeWitt, Benita 76 
Petersburg, Va. 



Dobbins, Peggy 76 
Martinsville, Va. 



64 






Dorsey, Benjamine 76 
Kingstree, S. C. 



Dow, Othello 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Dowd, Shirley 75 
Hictory, N. C. 




Dudley, Diana 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 




Dunston, Forestine 74 
Rahway, N. J. 




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Dupree, LaVonn 
Farmville, N. C. 



76 






Durham, Mary 75 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Dyson, Mary 75 
Sumerton, S. C, 



Eason, Nancy 75 
Lumber ton, N. C. 



65 






Ejigu, Teshome 74 
Etphiopia, Africa 



Ellis, Vicky 76 
Porthmouth, Va. 



Emerson, Peggy 76 
Siler City, N. C. 






Eugene, Vicky 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Faulcon, Gaddius 
Kitrell, N. C. 



74 



Floyd, Golden 76 
Newberry, S. C. 






Foreman, Mary 76 
Greenville, K. C. 



Forte, Clarence 74 
Wake Forest, N. C. 



Forte, Rosetta 76 
Raleigh, N. C. 



66 




Foster, Authur 74 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 




Foster, Edward 76 
Long Island, N. Y. 





Freeman, Evelynne 
Johns Island, S. C. 



67 






Freeman, Verdale 76 
Washington, D. C, 



Catling, Gail 76 
Muffenboro, N. C. 



Gennis, Angelia 76 
Chesepeak, Va. 




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Geter, Willie Mae 76 
Sumerton, S. C. 



Gibson, Malachi 74 
Mayesville, S. C. 



Gilliard, Wayne 76 
Charleston, S. C. 




Gladney, Foresttne 
Greensboro, N. C. 



75 




Gordon, Keith 76 
Charlottesville, Va. 




Graham, Carolyn 
Orrum, N. C. 



76 



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Winston -Salem, N. C. 



Grant, Rosa 76 
Rich Square, N. C. 



Gray, Phillis 74 
Raleigh, N. C. 






Green, Jerome 76 
Charleston, S. C. 



Gunn, Patricia 76 
South Boston, Va. 



Hamill, Ray 75 
Pittsburg, Pa. 




Hand, Deborah 75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 







Hanley, Willie 76 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 







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Harding, Rebecca 76 
Weldon, N. C. 



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Hardy, Larry 74 
Whitakens, N. C. 



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Hardy, LaVerne 76 
Swimpson, N. C. 




Hargett, James E. 
New Bern, N. C. 



75 




Harrell, Durrand 
Charleston, S. C. 



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Harris, Belinda 76 
Ahoskie, N. C. 




Harris, Bobby 76 
Wake Forest, N. C. 





Harris, Dianne 74 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Harris, John 76 
Louisburg, N, C. 




Harris, Joyce 76 
Grimesland, N. C. 



70 




Harris, Odessa 74 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 




Hart, Ann 74 
Jacksonville, Fla. 







Harville, Deborah 76 
Norfolk, Va. 





Hatter, Delois 75 
New Bern, N. C. 



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Henderson, Carnell 74 
Henderson, N. C. 




Hendricks, Gwendolyn 
Weldon, N. C. 



76 






Henry, Nellie 76 
Ivanhoe, N. C. 



Hicks, Renne' 76 
Charotteville, Va. 



Hicks, Richard 
Ridgeland, S. C. 



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Hill, Donnie 76 
Miami, Fla. 



Hill, Gwendolyn 76 
Washington, D. C. 



Hines, James 76 
Maxton, N, C, 




Hinton, Betty L. 76 

Tarboro, N. C. 




Hobbs, Kenneth 74 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 







Holloman, William 76 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



Holomah, Bennett 
Ghana, Africa 



75 



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



72 




Howlett, Valerie 

Evanston, 111. 



75 




Irvin, Donald 75 
East Orange, N. J. 




Jackson, Loretta 
Hartsville, S. C. 



75 




"Who you said was the King of America?" 









Jacobs, Sandra 76 
Rich Square, N. C. 




Jefferson, Connie 76 
Petersburg, Va. 



Jenkins, William 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



76 



Jerideau, Annette 
Charleston, S. C. 



76 



73 




Johnson, Chaneta 
Raleigh, N. C. 



74 




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Sumex'ton, S. C. 



76 




Johnson, James W. 74 
Hartsville, S, C. 






Johnson, Mima 75 
Littleton, N. C. 



Jones, Antoinette 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



76 



Jones, Bobby 76 
East Orange, N.J. 






Jones, Clarissa 75 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Jones, David 74 
Whitaker, N. C. 



Jones, Hebert 76 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



74 






Jones, Jackie 76 
Grimesland, N. C. 



Jones, Joyce 75 
Darlington, S. C. 



Jones, Rosiland 76 
Charleston, S. C. 






Jones, Shirley /6 
Louisburg, N. C. 



Jordon, Bernadine 76 
Greenville, N. C. 



Justice, J. C. 76 
Wake Forest, N. C. 




Keith, Barbara 75 
Chicago, 111. 




Keith, Sylvester 
Louisburg, N. C. 



76 




King, Bernard 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



76 



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Kneece, Beverly 75 
Hempstead, N. Y. 



Knowles, Gilbert 76 
Miami, Fla. 



Lancaster, Annice 
Charleston, S. C. 



76 




Latham, Sharon 76 
New Bern, i\, C. 





Lawyers, Shirley 
Garnett, S. C. 



76 



Lee, Kenneth 76 
Rockv Mount, N. C. 






Leslie, John 76 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Lewis, Catherine 76 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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Lighty, Mae Willie 
Lamar, S. C. 



76 



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Lloyd, Ernest 75 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 



Long, Frank 74 
Alcoa, Tenn. 



Long, Gloria 76 
Rich Square, N. C. 






Lucas, Alma 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Lynn, Larry 76 
Pendleton, N. C. 



Lyons, Andrew 76 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 






Mabry, Beverly 76 
Petersburg, Va. 



Manley, Anthony 
N.Y., N, Y. 



74 



Manley, Clara 76 
Willianston, N. C. 



77 





Manley, Shelia 76 
Manganettsville, N. C. 




Manley, William 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



76 




Massey, Barbara 
Petersburg, Va. 



76 




Matthews, Ruby 76 
Raleigh, N. C. 




Mayo, Bonnie 
Lanexa, Va. 



76 




Maxwell, James 
Raleigh, N. C. 



74 




McCall, Walter 75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



78 






McCarter, Lawrence 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



76 



McClam, Deborah 75 
Garner, N. C. 



McCormick, Bessie 76 
Denmark, S. C. 




McDaniel, Randloph 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 





McDougald, John 76 
Red Springs, N. C. 



McDougald, Vanessa 
Mebane, N. C. 



75 





McDowell, Patrica 
Orrumm, N. C. 



75 



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McNair, Daniel 75 
Fort Lauredale, Fla. 




McNeill, Cynthia 75 
Wagram, N. C. 




McNeill, Darlene 74 
Fayetteville, N. C. 




McNeill, James 76 
Goldsboro, N. C. 




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McShaw, Angela 76 
Lenior, N. Y, 




Medley, Donna 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



76 





Mills, Helen 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Mills, Linda 76 
Tillery, N. C. 




Missick, Russell 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



80 






Mitchell, Carol 75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mitchell, Pearlie 75 
Harrellsville, N. C. 



Moore, Donald 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




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Moore, Gerald 76 
Bridgeport, Conn. 




Moore, Tommy 
Miami, Fla. 



76 




Morris, Lasane 76 
Charleston, S. C. 




Moore, James 75 
Louisburg, N. C. 




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Muckles, Kerry 
Pittsburgh, Pa, 



75 




Myers, Crummella 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Nelson, Jeffrey 74 
New Bern, N. C. 





Newton, Shelia 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Okeke, Ogo. Azu. /6 
Biafra, West Africa 






Oliver, Norma 76 
Summerton, S. C. 



Outlaw, James 74 
Kenansville, N. C. 



Paskel, Sidney 76 
Newark, New Jersey 





Patterson, Ernest 76 
Aiken, S. C. 



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Patterson, Rebecca 74 
Holly Springs, N. C. 




Patterson, Yvonne 
Latter, S. C. 



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Patrick, Curtis J. 75 
Williams town, N. f. 










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Pquley, Sandra 76 
Lamar, S. C. 




Perry, Charles 76 
Franklinton, N. C. 






Pery, Gail 76 
Wake Forest, N. C. 



Pitts, Charles 76 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Poindexter, Tommy 75 
Boston, Mass. 




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Poole, LaVerve 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Potter, Marsha 
Bronx, N. Y. 



76 




Price, Alzona 76 
Washington, N. C. 



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Pride, Frederick 74 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Privette, Martha 76 
Wake Forest, N. C. 



Pugh, Andrew 76 
Charleston, S. C. 






Puller, Sylvester 
Burlington, N. C. 



74 



Ragland, Mary 76 
Roxboro, N. C. 



Rand, Calvin 76 
Clayton, N. C, 






Randolph, Yvonne 76 
Kingstree, S. C. 



Reid, Vickie 76 
Burlington, N. C. 



Richards, Raymond 75 
Sierra Leone 



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Richards, Sydney L. 
Sierra Leone 



74 




Richardson, Dorotliy 
Enfield, N. C. 



76 







Riddick, Ann 74 
Raleigh, N. C. 





Riley, Gayle 76 
Morristown, N. J. 




Rhoden, William 
Palmyra, N. J. 



74 




Robertson, William 
Long Island, N. Y. 



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Robinson, Glenda 76 
Robinsville, N. C. 



Robinson, Melva Gail 
Littleton, N. C. 



75 



Rodgers, Dwight 74 
Wilson, N. C. 




Rogers, Eunice 76 
Farmville, N. C. 




Ruffin, Brenda 
Wilson, N. C. 



75 




Roundtree, Denise 
Grimesland, N. C. 



76 




Samuels, Michael 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



76 




Sandford, Cindy 76 
Charleston, S. C. 




Sanders, Tyrone H. 
Charleston, S. C. 



76 



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Savage, Jerry 75 
Philadelphia, Pa, 




Sawyer, Linda 76 
Darlington, S. C. 




Scott, Arthur 76 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 




Scott, Vivian 76 
Petersburg, Va. 





Shaw, Itlean 76 
Kingstree, S. C. 



Sherald, Johmelle 
Georgetown, S. C. 



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Sherman, Marc 74 
Toledo, Ohio 





Silver, Joseph 75 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Simmons, George 75 
Jacksonsprings, N. C. 



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Simmons, Linda 76 
Ahoskie, N. C. 




Sims, Linda 76 
Ahoksie, N. C. 



Smith, Carlton 
Hobgood, N. C. 




Smith, Cynthia 
Camden, N. J. 



76 



Smith, Delores 76 
Weldons, N. C. 




Smith, Eddie 76 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






Smith, Eric 76 
Charleston, S. C. 



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



Smutherman, Jesse 76 
Dillon, S. C. 



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Stinson, Danette 76 
Holly Springs, N. C. 




Stevenson, Micheal 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



76 




Sullivan, Yvonne 
Greenville, S. C. 



76 



Sargent, Thomasina 76 
Washington, D. C. 






Tate, Frances 76 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 



Taylor, Carolyn 76 
Jamaica, N, Y, 



Taylor, Harry 74 
Wilmington, N. C. 






Tazewell, Deborah 76 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Teele, Villia 76 
Roberstiville, N. C. 



Terry, Thelma 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



76 






Tharps, Mary 76 
Plymouth, N. C, 



Thomas, James 75 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Thomas, Valenie 76 
Weldon, N. C. 




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Thompson, Jeff 76 
Windsor, N. C. 




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Thompson, Marvis 76 
Grimesland, N. C. 



Thompson, Sharmine 76 
Philadelphia, Pa. 





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Thorpe, Wilbur 76 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Throckmorton, Joyce 76 
Durham, N. C. 



Travick, Larry 74 
Dublin, Ga. 






Tyler, Marilyn 76 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Tyson, Claudette 74 
Winterville, N. C. 



Tyson, Janet 76 
Farmville, N. C. 






Um stead, Lillie 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Vamples, Mary 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Walkers, Gail 
Petersburg, Va. 




Warren, Jeffrey 
Boltclear, N. J. 




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Warztus, Marvis 
Lamar, S. C. 






Watkins, Alecia 
New York, N. Y. 



Weaver, Richard 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



Wells, Clarence 
Charlottesville, Va. 



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West, Julius 76 
Long Island, N. Y. 





West±)rook, Lee 75 
Long Island, N. Y. 



Whaley, Jacqueline 76 
Charleston, S. C. 




Whitaker, Julius 74 
Rocky Mount, N. C, 



Whitaker, LaDoris 
Whitaker, N. C. 



76 



White, Deborah 75 
Darlington, N. C. 



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White, Jackie 76 
Tillery, N. C. 




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White, Yvonne 76 
Charleston, S. C. 




Whitfield, Jean 74 
Albertson, N. C. 






Wiggins, Evelyn 76 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Wiggins, Lee 74 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Wilkins, Thomas 75 
Battlesboro, N. C. 



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Wilson, Deborah 74 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Williams, Charles 74 
Hartsville, S. C. 



Williams, Chester 76 
Palmyra, N. C. 







Williams, Denise 74 
Raleigh, N. C. 





Williams, Edith 
Raleigh, N. C. 



76 



Williams, George 74 
New Bern, N. C. 






Williams, Lavona 75 
Pine top, N. C. 



Williams, Myra 76 
Norfolk, Va. 



Williams, Sharon 76 
Memphis, Tenn. 



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Williamson, Sylvia 76 
Washington, D. C. 




Willie, Mildred 76 
Pollockville, N. C. 




Willie, James 76 
Statan Island, N. Y. 




Windley, Carnelle 76 
Georgetown, S. C. 





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Wright, Eloise 76 
Charleston, S. C. 





Wright, Ora Belle 
Charleston, S. C. 



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Wisk, Ethel Blanch 76 
Washington, D. C. 




Wooten, Etta 75 
Washington, D. C. 



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Attendents to Miss Saint Augustine's College 







Senior Attendent -Carol Jackson 




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Junior Attendent -Linda Johnson 



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Sophomore Attendent-Kathy Whittle 




Freshman Attendant -Gwendolyn Harvey 



101 




Miss Jacquelyn Jackson 



102 



Miss Saint Augustine' 
College 
1972-1973 



Ebony excitation means being proud, proud 
to say 

That you are our blackwoman and you are 
reigning today. 

Show us now all of your black pride that" 
coming your way. 

Ebony Exoltation. 





Ebony Exoltation means showing love for our black 
nation. 

Though fears may sometimes divide us, and jeal- 
ousy won't leave us alone; Jackie it is up to you to 
show us our way home, our way home. 
Ebony Exoltation. 

Ebony Exoltation means having pride in ourselves. 

We've got to show all of those white demons that 
black is not the color of fear. 

Jackie you have got to let them know that we are 
standing here. 

Jackie please show them that we are standing here. 

AND WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED!!! 

Timothy Graphenreed 



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Miss Freshman 




Charlotte Clark Bayboro, N. C. 



104 



Miss Sophomore 







Beverly Kneece Hempstead, New York 



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Miss Junior 




Faye Hargrove-Henderson, N. C. 



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Miss Homecoming 1971-72 




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Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 




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Miss Sphinx 



Bertha Palmer 



Miss Black and Gold 








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Vicki Reed 



Peggy Lynch 



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Miss Omega Psi Phi 




Deborah White 



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Carol Jackson: Miss Kappa 

Evonne Mathews: Miss Crimson & Cream 
Rosa Lanham: Miss Nu 



Phiyllis Johnson: Miss Phi 

Michelle Harris: A-Iiss Pi 



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Miss Alpha Phi Omega 




Debra McClam 



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Miss Phi Beta Sigma 




Theora Rivers 



113 



Miss Alpha Psi Mu 




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Miss Groove Phi Groove 





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Miss Black and White Orietta Jolmson 



Groove Court 




Miss Groove: Gail Railey, 
Court: Linda Johnson, 
Lolly NLxon, and Sherry 
Williams. 



115 



Miss Phi Zappa Krappa 




Sherry Davis 



116 



Miss Nil Gamma Alpha 




Patricia Huff 



117 



Miss Student Union 



Miss History Club 




Sharon Vaughan 

Miss Veteran's Club 








Patricia Wiggins 

Miss Phi Beta Lambda 




Catherine Lewis 



Barbara hawyer 



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Miss Pre-Alumi 



Miss Life Science Club 










Jacqueline Johnson 

Miss Foreisn Students 








Lucy Hillard 



Miss Physical Education Club 




Jennifer Hamilton 



Brenda Jones 



119 



Miss Gospel Choir 



Miss Choir 




Jennifer Allen 

MissNABA 



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Etta Wooten 



MissS.G.A. 







Priscilla Johnson 



JoAnn NewTnan 



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Willa Whitfield 



121 





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ACTIVITIES 




106th 

Annual 

Convocation 



"A calling To Fulfill" 

With the many opportunities now 
open to Black People, President Rob- 
inson challenged the student to prepare 
themselves so that they can make this 
system serve the lolacks by beuig at 
the places where the decisions are 
made-on corporate boards, county 
commissions, and municipal boards 
at all level. 

Greetings were brought by the 
Honorable Thomas W. Bradshaw, 
mayor, City of Raleigh; Peter Holden, 
president National Association of 
Alumni; and Preston Simms, Student 
Government President. 




President Robinson gives his convocation message. 







ROTC students head tlie Convocation parade. 



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Fifteenth Annual Coronation 




Miss Saint Augustine's, Jackie Jackson is cloaked by SGA president, Preston Simms. 



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''Ebony Exolotation'' 




Opportunities for BI 




Students Hear New York Lyric Quartet-Members of tlie New York 
Lyric Quartet, who sang at Saint Augustine's College, November 12, 
talk with students about their program. The New York Lyric Quartet 
performed to a highly enthusiastic audience in the amphitheater of the 
Boyer Building. 




Mrs. Eleanor Whitney gives the Aug new book INVITATION 
TO JOY and fine revival. 



128 



A Day With Dick Gregory 




Students welcome Dick Gregory to the 
"Aug". 



129 



Shirley Ceasor Gospel Singers 




Gospel music enlighten the souls of the Augites in the Emery Fine Art Building 



A Dav 

of 

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Mrs. Joe Fraizer Receives 
Husband's Distinguished Citizen 



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Award 



131 




Trinidad Tripolisteed Band 





132 



Phi Beta Sigma Wins Intramurals 




Father Clyde Beatty presents trophy to the members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. 




Alpha Phi Alpha Fraterity receives trophy for second runner up in intramurals. 



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Student Government Installation 





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O'Reknizk'Gions 




Math Club 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Sarah Ford, Willie Forman, Marie Jenkins, Paulette Hardly, Clarence Dyson, Marilyn 
Greene 



Biology 





SITTING: Martha Ramseur, Barbara M. Brown, 
Priscilla Rarris, Shelia L. McBeth, STANDING: 
Patricia Archer, Edward Boston, Rachel Wilson, 
Winston Barnes, and Mae E. Brown 



STANDING: Edward Boston, Sandra Richardson, 
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Drama Club 




STANDING: L TO R Lee West Brook, Classie Royster, Barbara Davis, Lillian McCall, 
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Foreio;n Student Association 




LEFT TO RIGHT Joseph Hamilton, 
Nassau Bahamas, Wayne B. Johnson, 
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STANDING L TO R: Alma Broadnax, Gloria Jones, La Verne Peebles, Shelia McBeth 
Barbara Lawyer, Patricia Mclaurin, Louretta Boyd, and Priscilla Parris SITTING 
L TO R: Deborah A. Peebles, Harriet Austin, Thomas Carter, Sherman Arrington, 
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SITTING L TO R: Alma Broadnax, Gloria Jones, Jacqueline Jackson, Deborah A. 
Peebles, Shelia L. McBeth. STANDING L TO R: Priscilla Parris, Iris Atkinson, 
Harriet Austin, Tommy Poindexter, Thomas Carter, Glen Tomlinson, Sherman 
Arrington, La Verne Peebles, Barbara Lawyer, Louretta Boyd. 



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Pan — Hellinic Council 




SITTING L TO R: Sam Spencer KAUJ , Denise McFarland DST , Marc Sherman, Pres. KAUJ 

Cynthia Murphy Z F P 

STANDING L TO R: Jermiah Scott AOA Clayton Wilkins QBZ Cheryl Bowden AKA 

Ronald Roberts KAUJ Debbie Peebles DS I Willie Foreman QBZ Delemon McKinnon AOA 



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Debbie Peebles 

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Pre- Alumni Club 




SITTING L TO R: Travis Outlaw, Gene Whitfield, 
Elizabeth Lucas, Rosalyn Small, Audrey Evans, Robin 
Holman STANDING: L TO R Jeffrey Nelson, Cynthia 
Murphy, Calvin Phillips, Barbara Harris, Stella Latta, 
Wayne Johnson, Debbie Peebles, Delemon R. McKinnon, 
Kay Myatt, Marc Sherman 

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German Club 




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St. Augustine's College 
Choir 




Director: Mr. Addison Reed, Organist: Mr. Jack Diggers. 



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Sociology Club 
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LEFT-RIGHT Eloise Kirven, Gene McCabe, Wayne Johnson, Ora Tillery & Ethelyn Bradshaw 



144 



Alpha Psi Mu 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Garland Battle, Robert Davis and Wyatt Woods. 

Alpha Psi Mu 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-Sorority". 

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



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Alpha Kappa Alpha 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Vanessa McDougald, Eloise Kirven, Bertha Palmer, JoAnne Newman, Rosiland 
Smalls, Priscilla Smith, Sondra Middleton, Rosamary Mitchell, Linda Daniels, Cheryl Muse, Marie 
Jenkins, Willette Leach. KNEELING: Cheryl Bowden, Cynthia Coe, Maressa Allen, Gwendolyn 
Jefferson, and Yuonne Rodgers. 

Gamma Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was founded on March 26, 1949 here at 
Saint Augustine's College. As in previous years the members have carried on traditional projects. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha women hold as their guiding light the motto: "Advancement through knowledge and 
Achievements". 



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Alpha Phi Alpha 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Malachi Gibson, Delemon McKiiinon, Francis Ledbetter, Bob Lewis, Marvin Polk, 
Jermiah Scott, Travis Outlaw, Lee Wiggins and Joseph Silver. 

Alpha Phi Alpha, the first black fraternity was founded on the campus of Cornell University, Ithica, 
New York, on December 4, 1^)06. 

The ideals and principles upon which this fraternity was founded influenced many great men to join. 
Besides brotherhood. Alpha Phi Alpha is based on knowledge and achievement. 



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Simiia Gamma Rho 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Edith Shokes, Cynithia Murphy 



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

The sorority strives to foster ideals and encourage education and up-right living among women. 



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Kappa Alpha Psi 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Withey Davis, Ronald Roberts, Marc Stierman and Sam Spencer 

Kappa Alpha Psi was founded on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, January 
5, 1911. The chief aim of Kappa Alpha Psi is to provide the climate within which students may acquire 
a sound moral, intellectual and social basis for effective living. 

Kappa Alpha Psi seeks to implement this by exerting beneficial influence upon the attitudes of mem- 
bers and pledges; providing leadership training, assisting choice of careers curricula, encouraging 
ACHIEVEMENT, fostering sociality and inculcating principles of democratic living. Therefore, Gamma 
Omicron Chapter impressed unity among its' members, perseverance toward tis' goal, and Phi Nu 
Pi as it's motto. 



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Gamma Sigma Sigma 




LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING: Minnie Hanna and Odessa Harris SEATED: Mary Baldwin 

The 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 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 constitution worthy of the 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 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, "UNITY IN SERVICE", into their everyday life. 



150 



Alpha Phi Omega 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Clarence Williams, Leon Long, Lacy White, James Moore, Jerry Barham, Esau 
Dyson, Larry King and Anthony Evans 

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

The major objectives of Alpha Phi Omega is service: service to the fraternity, campus, communi- 
ty, and the nation. Our Fraternity serves its' brotherhood in a pragmatic role of social responsibility. 

The ideals and goals of this organization are a challenge to any inividual. One is challenged to be a 
leader and to 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 true friend. 



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Delta Sigma Theta 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: (BACK ROW) Denise McFarland, Denise Clayton, Dora Woods, Gwendolyn Berry, 
Deborah Peebles, Jacqueline Simpkins, La Verne Peebles, Azeta Jenkins, Dora Moore. KNEELING: 
Sharon Baylor, Phylkis Gray, Delois Williams, and Noscow Spencer 

Delta Sigma Theta is a National Greek-letter Sorority Founded at Howard University in Washington, 
D. C. on January 13, 1913. The founders envisioned an organization of College women pledged to 
serious 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. On January 12, 1963, at its fiftieth anniversary celebrated in 
Washington, D.C., President John F. Kennedy, the guest of honor, congratulated the organization on 
its service to the country. 



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Omega Psi Phi 



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FRONT ROW: Dwight Jordan and Larkins Williams BACK ROW (RIGHT TO LEFT): Reginald Ritter, 
James Smith, Henry Roberts, Henry Byrd, Curtis Patrick, Clyde Custerlow, John Jones Fenton Leslie, 
Alvin Clanton, Edward Boston and Ronald Ritter. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on the campus of Howard University on November 17, 1911. 
The purpose of our fraternity 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. 



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Zeta Phi Beta 







LEFT TO RIGHT: Annetta Reid and Sylvia Lewis 

Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the campus of Howard University in 1920. As a link in the great inter- 
national 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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Phi Beta Sigma 




KNEELING (LEFT TO RIGHT): Clayton Wilkins, Willie Foreman, Bennie Bryant and Thomas Glover 
STANDING: Melvin Graham, Leonard Green, Johnnie Garrett, Howard Toomer, Charles Williams, 
Dwight Black, Gaddius Faulcon and Donald Irvin. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., was 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 Fraternity is "Culture for Service and Service to Humanity. " For the Men of 
Sigma this 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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Nu Gamma Mchumba 






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STANDING ( LEFT TO RIGHT): Donna Bohar, Cathy Whittle, Beverly Kneece, Patricia McDowell, 
Jackie Johnson, Brenda Harrison, Sandra demons, Florestine Gladney, Shirley Jefferson, Evelyn 
Wilson, Verconia Bryant, Cassandra Lathram, Deborah Hand, Gwen Swindell, Brenda Grey, Patricia 
McLaruin, (SEATED): Valrie Rowlett, Ethlyn Bradshaw, Audrey Cato, Regina Boyd, Brenda Wiggins, 
Patricia Wiggins, Louretta Boyd, Evelyn James and Cynthia McNeil 



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Nu Gamma Alpha 



Nu Gamma Alpha Inc., was organized at Howard University in 1962, since then Nu Gamma Alpha 
has been spreading rapidly in the ClAA, Nu Gamma Alpha was organized on Saint Augustine's campus 
on October 17, 1970. 

As a Nu Gamma, our main objective is to engage in a complete and all encompassing spectrum of 
socialactivities. 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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LEFT TO RIGHT: James Outlaw, Joseph Hawkins, Brain Collier, Avery Costin, Wilfred Hardy, 
Holt, Horce Lathram, Braxton Speller, Leroy Dukes, Howard Manning, Ronald Hawkins, Joseph 
Jenkins and David Jones 



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Swing Phi Swing 




FIRST ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): Faye Hardgroove, Liz Lucas, Lorraine Butts, Lorice Lanier, Mary 
Saxon, Reola McAddams, Angela Nelson, Donald Harvey (Sw,e.etheart) SECOND ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT) 
Anita Chase, Sharon Felton, Sylvia Berry, Paulette Gabriel, Alma Whitehurst, Robin Holoman, 
Cynthia Herndon, Gail Robinson, Audrey Evans and Mary Bell THIRD ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT) Gloria 
Mason, Deirdire Bailey, June Mays, Linda Johnson, Edith McCoy, Vivian Little, Chyral Reinhardt, 
Evette Jones, Roslyn Smalls, Carol Mitchell and Glenda Liggins 

SOS Fellowship Inc. was organized at WSSU on April 4, 1969. On Dec. 3, 1971 43 young women 
who had similar aims and objectives organized the Nkijha chapter of SOS on the campus of St. 
Augustine's College. Swing Phi Swing is a Social Fellowship dedicated to uniting black womanliood 
and encouraging scholastic abilities. SOS was the dawning of beautiful age of black womanhood. 



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Groove Phi Groove 



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Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, 
Inc. was organized at Morgan Stage 
College in October 12, 1962. On Decem- 
ber 8, 1968 ten young men who had 
similar aims and objectives organized 
the chapter here at Saint Augustine's 
College. 

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




KNEELING: Charles Count, Bob Carr, Joseph Woodlock, Raje Gauvin, Jeffery Howard, (2nd) Steven, 
Freddie Pretty, Sam Wade, Donald Adams, Kenneth Hobbs, Sidney Williams, James Johnson, (3rd) 
James Thomas, Joseph Dorsey, Ronald Richardson, Farley McGills, Micheal Grames, Ronald 
Prioleau, Wendell Sport. 



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Phi Zappa Krappa 







LEFT TO RIGHT: Curtis Patrick, Clifford Lowery, Bernard Dickens, Glen Tomlinson, Clyde Gainery, 
Limmie Daniels, Thomas Carter, Michael Parrots and Tony Kendell 








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Student Government 
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KNEELING: LEFT TO RIGHT: Raymond Richards, Imen Etuk, Richard Calphen, Wise Amable, 
Teshoma, Ejigu, Mark Addi, Francis Cooper, Frank Colebrook, Pleas Coleman, Cyril Jarrett. 
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Curry, Henry Shyllon, manager, Ben Sackey, Robin Coker, 
Sydney Richards, Clarence Fergusson, Kenneth Osei, Valentine Gibson, Bennett Holomah, Roderick 
Jones, William Robinson, Madieu Shyllon, Horace Parkinson, Robin Fergusson, Kunle Carey, Dock 
Ashwood, and Coach Azevedo. 



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net as play moves his way ... A 
sudden flurry of action in front of 
goal mouth ... A quick pass . . 
. Flash of flying feet ... A shot 
. . . And the ball is behind the 
goalie into the net . . . Another 
goal for the Falcons in a tremendous 
year. 



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that made him a content for A 11 -Conference this year. 



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Dig this crazy footwork display by 
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team take time out 
from practice to 
pose for a picture. 



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FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Fredrick Pride, Kenneth Asberry, 
and Clifford Laury, SECOND ROW 
LEFT TO RIGHT: June May, Tony 
Kendall, Carol Mitchel, Faye 
Harold, and Fenton Leslie. THIRD 
ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: William 
Kilson, and Coach Howard Toomer. 



Carol Mitchel and June Mays displays their talent 
in fencing while their other teammates look on. 

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way to be on guard, as Fenton Leslie look on. 



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Team 




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Epee . . . Foil . . . Sabi"e . . . 
Integral parts of the "The Falcon 
Fencers" ... is one of the most fast 
and skillful sports on campus. 

The fencing team is open to anyone 
who has had experience in epee, foil or 
sabre . . . Club competes on local, 
state and national level . . . Season 
runs from September to May. 

Falcons have been having amazing 
success this year . . . With such stand- 
outs as Howard Toomer, Fenton Leslie, 
Richard Holcomb, William Kilson, 
and June Mays. 

Coach Toomer is an experienced fen- 
cer and teacher ... He instructs his 
club in the fine points and techniques of 
the sport . . . 



William Kilson demonstrates defense while Tony Kendall 
demonstrates lancing as Coach Toomer look on. 




Kenneth Asberry and Fenton Leslie both displays 
well Form in fencing. 



Dig this lancing that Fredrick Pride put on William 
Kilson as his other teammates look on. 




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Falcon Basketball 




Earl Brown 5' 11 Sopho- 
more Raleigh, N.C. 




James Cotton, 6'4 
Junior Chicago, 111. 




Charles Montague, 6'2 
Senior Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Co-captain 




Thomas Brooks 6'2 
Freshman Raleigh, 
N.C. 




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Melvin Edgerton, 6' 5 
Freshman Louisburg, 

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Elisha Clarke, 6'6 
Senior Miami, Fla. 




Larry Gooding 6' 8 
Freshmen Goldsboro, 

N.C. 




Lloyd Merriman, 6'5 
Senior Cambridge, 
Mass. Co-captain 



Coach Harvey Heartley 
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Team 72-73 




Calvin Rand, 6'1 
Freshmen Clayton, N, C. 



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Ronald Richardson, 6'5 
Junior Norfolk, Va. 




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The Road to Victory is a hard one, 
filled with heartbreak as well, as 
exultation. 



Falcons' Larry Gooding fighting over a rebound from a Golden 
Bull from J.C. Smith University. 





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Calvin Rand driving around a player 
from Delaware State shows good ball 
handling. 



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Falcons' Earl Brown is being well guarded by 
a player from Saint Pauls College. 



"Cages turn disappoint 
ing start into a Great 
Season" 



Thomas Brook is caught in a crowd of 
players from Elizabeth City, and seem 
unable to get out. 





Collins Vincent snags a rebound from player of the 
Shaw Bears during Homecoming Game. 



Falcons show good rebounding power on the 
boards against Fayetteville State University. 




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Miss Wilhelmenia Williman 




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two of the star basketball 
players during the Home- 
coming Game. 




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The Lady Falcons Basketball 




Andrea Chambers leaping high for a rebound as 
Robin Burrs coming in to help out. 




Robin Burrs firing two points over the out stretch- 
ing hands of Shaw Bear. 




FRONT ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT-Sharon Felton, Mona Ruffin and Vivis McDowell. BACK ROW: LEFT 
TO RIGHT: Coach Thwitty, Regina Boyd, Robin Burrs, Ass. Coach Ronnie Edwards, Andrea Chambers, 
Inez Craig, Sarah Coleman, and Bessie McCormick. 



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J.V. Falcon Basketball Team 




The Baby Falcons are Victorious Once Again! 




Thirty seconds 
remain in the game 
. . Score tied 95 
all . . Visitors have 
the ball They shoot 
. . . Off the rim . 
. . Rebound grab- 
bed by Robinson, 
Clears out quickly 
to Black . . , Down 
court to Samuels . 
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sounds .... The 
Baby Falcons take 
another one. 



Robert Lyons driving in for two points 
against Barber-Scotia, 




Cornel Robinson shooting a pressure 
foul shot. 



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Go 

Baby 

Falcons 

Go!! 



Harvey Johnson on the tap, while Cornel Robin- 
son waits for ball. 





Harvey Johnson fires a shot against the Sabers, as 
Micheal Samuels waits for the rebound. 



Cornel Robinson blocking a shot against the 
Sabers. 



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The Falcon Drill Team 




FIRST ROW: Mary Saxson, Captain, SECOND ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Pearlie Mitchell, Antoinette 
Jones, Jenise Bond, THIRD ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Annette Bryant, Geraldine Pinnacle, and Berna- 
dine Jordan, Linda Mills, Carol Mitchell, Faye Wooten, FOURTH ROW: Jean Battles, and Tanya Jones. 




The Drill Team in their famous breakdown step. Breakdown Sisters breakdown! 

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The chief emphasis of the 1972-73 varsity cheer- 
leaders is to encourage the student's school spirit 
and good sportsmanship. To accomplish this aim, 
Carolyn Lilly, headcheerleader, and the entire 
squad, have introduced many snappy new cheers 
to encourage school spirit. 

This squad is one of the best! Cooperation, hard 
work, real school spirit, creativeness, good 
looks and conscientious effort paid off well, for 
tlie student body responded admirably. The great 
spirit and response which the student body display 
reflected the respect which the students have for 
the cheerleaders. 

Oh. lets not forget our school mascot who also 
encourage alot of spirit too, Willie Haney, who 
is dress as a Falcon! 




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Candace 7\xiderson, Cynthia Herndon-Co-Captain, Donna Meadly, Deniese Brown, Brendra Jones and 
Corliss March. Not pictured Michael Truehart. 



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Tennis 72 — 73 




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stroke. 



Leon Carrington demonstrates his famoue serve. 



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Prioleau and Carrington practice on their tennis 
techniques. 



Opponents have been battling for 45 minutes 
. . . Winner goes to finals . . . Loser goes 
home . . . Crowd is silent . . . One mistake 
now is disatrous . . . Falcon serves the ball . 
. . Hard smash right down the baseline . . . 
Opposing player cannot reach it . . . Another 
Falcon triumph. 



Prioleau put on a dynmite serve to Carrington 



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S1TTII\G-LE1 T TO RIGHT. Cuit l-ianks, \\ ilhe loieman, Wayne Lmmeison, Tommie Moore, Ger- 
ald Mclnnis, Donald Sessom, Charles Williams, Bobby Scott, James Norfleet, and Coach Twitty. 
STANDING-LEFT TO RIGHT: Melvin Dove, Jesse Day, J.C. Justice, Albertus Woods, Barry Barnes, 
Jeremiah Robinson, Elijah Cooper, Thomas Holloman, Jeff Thompson, Samson Jones, Melvin Graham. 



The backbone of the Falcon Baseball 
Team is the pitchers and the catchers. 
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Gerald Mc- 
lnnis, James Norfleet, Barry Barnes, 
Wayne Emmerson, Elijah Cooper and 
Jessie Day. KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Tommy Moore, and Bobby Scott. 




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The Falcon Seek to Gain a District 
Championship in 73! 




These infielders play a very important role in the Falcon Baseball goal to success. 



"Hut, two, three four . . . Comon you guys 
let's get the lead out" . . . Sounds like boot 
camp . . . But not really ... It's the Falcon 
Baseball getting ready for their 1973 season. 



Coach Twitty demonstrate to Gerald Mclnnis and to 
Tommie Moore, the proper way to bunt the ball. 








The Falcon power house takes time out from practice 
to take a picture. 



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Braxton Speller, Captain prepare 
to tee off. 

Close match . . . Final hole 
. . . We need par to tie . . . Bird- 
ie to win . . . Falcon man Pat Lu- 
cas lying in two on a par four . . . 
Lines up his 30 foot putt for a bird 
. . . Concentration . . . The stroke 
. . . Ball rolling, rolling ... It 
drops! Falcons take another one. 



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Hoarce Lutham. Not pictured is Patrick Lucas and Melvin Edgeton. 



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The Falcon Cindermen and Women 








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Coach Buckles seems to be asking for a 
miracle that we win this track meet. 



Captains of the Boys and Girls track team is as fol- 
lows, Philip Adams, Joan Porter, and OUie Dunston. 




KNEELING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Golden Flyod, Alzona Price, Joan Porter, Philip Adams, and 
Thomas Clark. STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: George Simmon, Tommy Poindexter, Dr. Buck- 
les, Jessie Pugh, George Gohanda, and Ollie Dunston. 



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These four guys, Jessie Pugh, Philip Adams, 
OUie Dunston, and George Simmon, makes up 
the mile relay team. 




George Simmon displays his speed and foi"m 
tliat helps make him one of the top guys in tlie 
Falcon relay team. 



These ten people make up the Falcon relay teams. 





Coach Buckles gives his sprinters some pros and 
cons on how to get a proper start out of the blocks. 







These seven women help make up the Women Track team at St. Aug. Dig those crazy starts! 

Wrestling Team 





Jeff Thompson and MelvLn Arnold dis- 
play die techniques used in getting a 
opponent down. 



This year is the first time that the Falcon has had 
a wrestling team and they are doing very well in the 
meets. 





Lawrence McCarter and Charles Pickett 
shows the proper way to throw an opponent. 



These guys help to make up the Falcon wrestling 
team. -LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeff Thompson, Melvin 
Arnold, Lawrence McCarter, Charles Pickett, 
Golden Floyd, OUie Dunston, and Thomas Clark. 



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Thompson, and Melvin Arnold about the next meet. 



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Carter, and Melvin Arnold the proper way 
to pin an opponent. 



Karate 





Wanda Tweedy and Theora Rivers practice 
their three point stance in Karate. 



Dr. Buckles demonstrates the proper way to kick a 
opponent to his students. 



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Weightlifting 




Dr. Buckles teaching one of his students the proper karate stance. 





These students going through their punch- 
es. 



Now this is the way you greet your opponent 
before you attack him. Dig doc. stance! 





Dr. Buckles instruct one of his weightlifters 
the proper way to lift weights. 



The Falcon weightlifting team. 




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Julius E. Whitaker-Editor-in-chief 



The Pen Staff 

Editor Julius E. Whitaker 

Associate Editor .... Gail William 
Assistant to the Editor .... Charles Marsh 

Sports Editor Sherman Arrington 

Assistant Sports Editor . . . Randolph McDaniel 

Circulation Larry Teele; James Outlaw 

Secretaries . . . Rosalind Fain; Vonzella Smith; Lillian McCall 

Editorial Associates Eddie Woodard; Alonza Steplight 

Photography Editor Clarence Wells; Deborah McBeth. 

THE STAFF 

Dorothy Richardson . . . Olivia Thompson 

Betty Holmes Edna Bradley 

Wayne Gilliard William Rhodes 

Joyce Scriven Ethelyn Bradshaw 

Pauline Stewart Rebecca Patterson 

Margie Ree Denning . . . Bonita R. DeWitt 

Myra Williams Mark Thompson 

Micheal Green Jean Battles 

Gerald Moore Carol Mitchell 

Keith Gordon Eleanor Holmes 

Tyrone Sanders 
Sarah LaVerne Poole . . . "Miss Pen" 
James E. Burt Advisor 



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Associate Editors- Cheryl Bowden and Brenda Ruff in 



Business Manager Renee Bell 




The Falcon Staff 

193 






Greg Cunningham and Tommy Poindexter-Sports 
Editors 



Larry Brooks-Junior Editor and Joyce Brannon- 
Secretary 





Douglas Brown and James Fairley -Artists 

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Bettie and Donald Irvin find the 
going Rough 







Margie Denning-Freshman Class Editor 




Staff Members, Yvonne Sullivan, Patricia Stew- 
art, and Rebecca Patterson. 




The head of organization Editors conference with the Editor-in-Chief 

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Advisor, James Burt and Joseph A Griffin, Attended the Yearbook Conference in Tennessee 



Joseph Griffin — Editor 

Brenda Ruffin, Cheryl Bowden Associate Editor 

Renee Bell Business Manager 

Linda Cannon, Eloise Kirven Queen Editors 

Iris Arkinson 

Steve McQueen Senior Editor 

Bertha Palmer, Larry Brooks Junior Editors 

Brenda BrowTi Sophomore Editor 

Margie Denning, Author Scott Freshman Editors 

Delemon McKinnon Organization Editor 

Joetta Allen Introduction Editor 

James Fairley, Douglas Brown Artist 

Tommy Poindexter, Gregory Cunningham --Sports Editors 

Donald IrvLn Photographe r 

William Carson, Robert Lawson, J. D. HLnton 

James E. Burt Advisor 

Pauline Stewart, Rebecca Patterson, Yvonne 
Sullivan, Joyce Brannon, Hazel Riche, Bettie 
Hill, Vanessa McDougald, Chanita Johnson, 
Lillie Gilmore 

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Editor take final look before sending the 
book off. 



Administration 




President Office 




President Prezell R. Robinson 





Vice President of Administration Wally Davis 




Secretary Marie Gibbs 



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Secretary Margaret Brown 




Secretary Hattie Little 





Administrative Assistant to the President R. C. 
Weatherford 




Secretary Janice Harrison 



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Secretary Betsy Meyers 



Office of Academic Dean 





Academic Dean Thelma Roundtree 



Secretary Delores Riddick 



Business Office 





Comptroller Julius Barbee 




Vice President of Financial AlTairs J. Mills Hoi- joo 
loway 



Financial Aid Officer George Sanders 




Cashier Katie Fitts 




Accountant Charles English, Jr. 





Financial Aid Counselor Rice DeLoatche 




Secretary June Campbell 




Data Processing Carolyn Horton 



201 Information Booth Sarah Bridgers Elsie High 




Accountant Nancy Miller 




Student Account Clerk Sandra Alford 





Clerk Nancy Wall 




Secretary Madge Perry 




Barbara Archibale 



Director of Purchasing William Colbert 



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Vice President of Development Purdie Anders 






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Coordinator of Alumni Affairs James E. Burt 




Assistant Director of Public Relatiors Thelma Field Repres. and Coordinator of Alumni Rev. A. 

Keck Calloway 

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Receptionist Clara Wilson 




Secretary Barbara Mann 




Supervisor of Records Annie Bradshaw 




Secretary Elaine James 



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Registrar and Admission Office 




TOP LEFT: Admissions Counselor, Lionel Randolph; TOP MIDDLE: Acting Director of Admission, 
I. E. Spraggins; TOP RIGHT, Secretary Ester NewKirk; BOTTOM LEFT, Secretary Evenly Sanders; 
BOTTOM MIDDLE Admissions Counselor Freddie Vaugl-m; BOTTOM RIGHT Secretary Thelma Hunt- 
er. 



Student Personnel 




Dean of Stxidents Charles Haywood 




Associate Dean of Students Catherine White 




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Director of Placement Robert Mathes 




Associate Dean of Students James Twitty 




Director of Guidance and Testing Evelyntyne 
Dempsey 




Counselor Louis Caudle 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Residence Hall Directress Barbara Earp; Secretary Carolyn Steward; Secretary 
Catherine Williams; Residence Hall Directress Nina Mitchell. 




Residence Hall Directresses Pauline Latta and 
Carolyn Jones; 



Residence Hall Directress Dorothy Ferguson 



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Residence Hall Directress Elsie Harrison 




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Assistant to the Nurse Linda Williams 




Counselor Henry Pickett 



Administrative Aide Homer Debman 



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College Chaplain Rev. Clyde Beatty, Jr. 




Hostess Edna Davis 




Library Assistant and Secretary Ruth Walker 
and Assistant in Library Doris Brown. 





Director -Student Union and Special Assistant to 
the President C. C. Gray 




Student Union Assistant Wayne Johnson 




Assistant Librarian Catherine Winters 

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Clerk Barbara Hicks 



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Secretary - Assistant Barbara Graves 





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Inventory Officer Otis Wall and Clerk Patricia 
Joyner 




Mrs. Valeen Lanier 





Secretary Lottie Ferrell 




Chief of Security Ernest Adams 




Patricia Grant and Vassie Wilson 



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Dept of Social Studies and Human Relations 





Acting Head-Bennie Reeves 



Chairman -William Gaines 





History & Gov't-Mario Azevedo History & Gov't-Richard Moore 





Sociology-W. E, Allen 



Sociology -Serena Stagger 








Program Specialist-Frank 
Toliver 



History -Gary Weaver 





Geography -Sharda Sharma 




History-Sister Lois Spear 




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Program Specialist-Joan 
Thompson 




Program Specialist -Raymond 
Gilmore 



Education Consultant-Lee Grier 



Dept. of Education 




Dept. Head, Frissell W. Jones and Secretary 
Carolyn Sanders. 




Business Education -S. P. Purl 




Business Education -Mildred E. 
Harris 




Business Education -Burton Balfour, 
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Education -Esther McNeill 







Education -Percey High 



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Acting Dept. Head, Youngil Cho 




Elementary Education -Edwinton 
Ball 




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Education -Thomas Simmons 



Elementary Education -Minnie Forte 





Education -Nelson Harris 



Education -Jefferson Snipes 



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Chairman Physical Education Dept. Eddie 
Buckles 




Athletic Director -Harvey Heartley 




Director of Intramurals for Women- 
Daisy Branch 












Physical Education -Earle Curry 




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Physical Education -Mary McCray 





Mass Media-James Black 




Learnins; Resources Lab. Asst. -Alicia 
Judd 



Secretary English Dept. -Beverlon 
Braswell 



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Natural Sciences and Mathematics Dept 




Head Dept of Biology -Wilbert Johnson 



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Biology -Clarence Branch, Jr. 





Mathematics --Natalie Creed 




Chemistry-Sister Emeran Foley 




Mathematics Etliel Greene and Ramsesh Mathur 



Darema Carpenter -Sect. 



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Acting Chairman-James Boyer 





Art -Howard Burchette 





English-Andre Ramseur 




English-Helen Othow 



English -Sophie Friedlander English -Paul Hailey and Joyce 

Ellis 



Dept. of Humanities 




English-Sister Evelyn Mattern 




German -Sad ik Duda 




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English-Odessia Alston 
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Dept. Head of Music -Albert 
Grauer 




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Foreign Language- Ruth Paine 



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J.D. HINTON STUDIO 

Home Portraits — Wedding 
Banquet — School Photography 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Phone: 833-6095 



Many Congratulations to 

Mary Rena Bell 



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Many Congratulations to 

John E. Jones, Jr. 

John E. Jones, Sr. 



Congratulations 

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Record Bar 

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Raleigh, N. C. 27610 

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MANY 
CONGRATULATIONS TO 

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Mr. & Mrs. 
Williams & Lessie Ashby 
Stenson Lawyer 
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For the 
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Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to tlie Class of 1973 
From the Members 
Of the 



Philadelphia Chapter of 

the 

Saint Augustine's College 

National Alumni Association 



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Raleigh, N. C. 



Congratulations 
and 

Best Wishes 



Fayetteville Chapter o( 

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Alumni Association 



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Many Congratulations To 



Jacquelyn A. Barnes 



Mr. & Mrs. Clarance Weems 



Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to Our Son 

Whitney G. Davis 

"Class of 1973" 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Davis 



"Congratulations and Best 
Wishes" 

The Atlanta Georgia 
Alumni Association 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 72-73 

Mr. Montv G. Frizzell 



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Invites 

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Congratulations and Best 






Wishes to Our Son 






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Chapter 

1 Place Winner in 1972 
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Co. 

Real Estate Brokers -Builders -Insurance 
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MANY CONGRATULATIOXS 



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Everyone goes . 



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We need your head 
in our Business 

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