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in 2010 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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BULL "82 

Rhonda D. Bridges 
Editor-in-Chief 
Rosalyn Webb 
l\/Ianaging Editor 
Ervin Goudine 
Business Manager 



Contents 

Theme 

Dedication 

Introduction 

Academics 

Seniors 

Underclassmen 

Special Features 

Organizations 

Sports 

Homecoming .,, , , 



Student Life 




Dedicated To The Class Of 82 




One August day In 1978. a group of Young People sang, 
and expressed their Ideas to a hungry and anxious Freshman 
Class. The words seemed to flow, and the meaning 
evaporated into thin air; but maybe not. only seconds later, 
a stillness came upon the Church. The meaning became 
clear, and the mystery began to unfold only to become more 
and more clear each second, minute, hour, year Class. Here 
at Johnson C. Smith University, We Have, We Will continue 
to Make It Together" 

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Tim Willis - President 

Senior Class 
Officers 




Ophelia Millings - MS. SENIOR CLASS 
Bobbie Roberts - 1st Attendant Angle Boyce - 2nd Attendant 




Carolyn Burns - Recording Sec. 



Louis Simmons - Vice President 



Patricia Peek - Corresponding Sec. 



And All Those Who Helped Along The Way, 




Yolanda McDade 






Roderick Fryer 




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Linda Jessup 




Regina Scott 



Perry Solice 




We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

We Can Make It Together 

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Who Said Cleaning Up Isn't Fun 



"Campus Clean-Up Day" was a total success. Students 
showed their school spirit and enthusiasm for the project. The 
Marching Golden Bulls were on hand to liven up things as well 
as helpful people from the community. 







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Special Orders Don't Upset Us! 



The Union Program Board started the year off with a 
bang. Their cool<out on the Block was a project well worth 
their effort. Hungry students turned out in record numbers 
and found relief in Ms. Crisp's cooking. 




The Few The Proud . . . 

September 28, 1981 was the first Black College Day in the State 
of North Carolina. That also marked the Act-1 dramatization of the 
"Black experience in America". This event was staged on the streets 
and lawns of the State Capitol in Raleigh. N.C. where black college 
actors from across the state gathered to share their knowledge on 
"Saving the Black Colleges". Many students from Johnson C. Smith 
attended the convention. Over 50% of the blacks emerge from the 
colleges and universities each year with degrees in doctoring, civil 
leadership and business. We the black race, must not retire. We must 
continue to strive for an education and become a positive factor to 
our race. There are not many black colleges, therefore, we must 
support these symbols of equality and opportunity. It is our obligation 
to save the few, and proud, black colleges. 





The 

Black 

Colleges 



"A Special Tribute To A Wonderful Lady" 




Ms. Joyce Crisp, Union Director 




Ms. Joyce Crisp, Union Program Director, has been at 
Johnson C. Smith since 1965. She has served for the past 16 
years seemly enjoying each and everyday. Ms. Crisp is alw/ays 
looking for new/ and exciting events for the students to have 
for themselves as w/ell as the community. Because she is a 
mother (Nancy), she understands and helps us all along. We, 
the Yearbook Staff, Join the Entire Student Body In Saying 
Thank You For Being, Little Ms. Crisp. We Love You . . . And 
is there any way We can get the Union Main Lounge Today? 
I forgot to mention but w/e've scheduled pictures up there. We 
can, great!! Thanks Ms. Crisp. 




Dr. Wilbert Greenfield, President 



JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY 

Chahlottl. Noktii Carolina 28216 



TO: The University Family 
FROM: Wilbert Greenfield. Pr 
GR EE TINGS .. . 



I am pleased and proud to extend greetings and best wisties to 
all of you -- members of the staff of this Annual, officers of the Student 
Government Association, Student Trustees, the entire student body, 
administrators, faculty and staff -- through the medium of the 1981-1982 
edition of THK BULL. 

Now in Its one hundred fifteenth year of service, Johnson C. Smith 
University remains dedicated to its commitment to providing the best 
possible environment for teaching and learning for our students. I have 
noted with pride the increased maturity and sense of purpose developed m 
our student body as y ou move about our campus, serving on administrative 
committees, student governance and as Trustees of the University. I 
congratulate you on these achievements and the responsible manner 
which )oii have exhibited in so doing. 

Finally, I congratulate and thank the editorial staff and advisors of 
this pictorial for your magnificent effort in depicting the activities and 
personages of the University through the pages of this Annual. May it 
serve as a cherished reminder of your years spent here as part of the 
Johnson C. Smith University Family. 




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Dr. Limone C. Collins 
Vice President Academic Affairs 



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Dr. Joseph Gaston 
Vice President, Student Affairs 




Mr. Ray G. Davis 
Vice President, Development 




General Staff 




A Mr. Ranee Jackson 

Director 

Financial Aid 
B Ms, Shirley Whitley 

Secretary 

Financial Affairs 
C Ms. Bernice Spencer 

Asst. Manager of Book- 
store 
D Mr. Amzie Gray 

Asst. Director of the Union 
E Ms. Betty Green 

Secretary of Placement 
F Mr. James Bishop 

Freshman/Sophomore 

Studies Center 
G Ms. Sylvia N. McNair 

Post Office 
H Ms. Aurelia Law 

Manager Of Bookstore 



I Gerald Blakeney 
Director of Special Services 

J Isaac Coley 
Financial Aid 

K Lessi Deaves 
Manager of Post Office 

L Dallie T. Reeder 
Secretary of Sec. Services 
Academic Affairs 

M Rev. Calvin Hood 
Director of Student Life 

N Willie B. Mobley 
Sec. of Student Life Pro- 
gram 

Calvene Ross 

Sec. to the Vice-Pres. of 
Student Affairs 

P Dr. William Green 

Director of Career Coun- 
seling and Placement 



A Richard Keen 




Assistant Professor 




Communication Arts 




B Julio A, Leon 


D Chnstopher Kemp 


Instructor 


Professor 


Foreign Language 


Music 


C Edythe Grady 


E Charles Rogers 


Associate Professor 


Assistant Professor 


Organist/Music 


Communication 




Humanities 



Humanities 






A Dr. Joseph Turner 

Assistant Professor 

English 
B Gary L. Callahan 

Assistant Professor 

Music 
C Dr. Charles Ray 

Assistant Professor 

English 
D Bessie H. Ledbetter 

Assistant Professor 

English 



A Ernest James 


D Dr. Flossie Foxx Rann 


Instructor 


Dept. Head 


Media 


Foreign Language 


B Isaiah Phlnisee 


E Maxine Moore 


Instructor 


Act. Head 


Religion/Philosophy 


English/Yearbook Advisor 


C Elizabeth Graham 


F Bettye Walker 


Instructor 


Instructor 


New Doorways 


Music 





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Humanities 



A Dr. Pina Sturdivant 

Asst. Professor 

Communication Arts 
B Lawson Caldwell 

Instructor 

Communication/Yearbook Advisor 
C Nigel M. Ayton 

Associate Professor 

Foreign Language 
D Dr, Barbara Moran 

Dept. Head 

Communication Arts 
E Paul Hailey 

Instructor 

English 
F Devia Ptiinisee 

Religious Life 

Religion 




A Israel Gerber 

Professor 

Psychology 
B Dr. James Law 

Professor 

Psychology 
C Dr. Spencer E. Durante Sr. 

Professor 

Education 
D Dr. Shirley Anderson 

Assoc. Prof. 

Act. Dept Head 

Psychology 




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A Jo-An D. Forney 

Instructor 

Education 
B Ossibelle Dixon 

Instructor 

Physical Education 
C Iris Stacks 

Instructor 

Education 





D George Henry 


A Dr. Baldeo K. Chopra 


Assistant Professor 


Head Biology Dept 


Biology/t^ARC 


Associate Professor 


E Dr. Albert Forgac 


a Helen Caldwell 


Professor 


Instructor 


Economic/Business 


Social Work/Sociology 


F Dr. James Bass 


C Ruben L. HInes 


Associate Professor 


Instructor 


Dept Head 


History 


Political Science 





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Social Sciences 




Sciences 




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A Juanita Davidson 

Instructor 

Sociology/Social Work 
B N. V- Desai 

Assistant Professor 

Economics/Business 
C Tommy Poindexter 

Instructor 

Business 
D Mary Alexander 

Instructor 

Sociology/Social Work 
E Eugene L. Hermittee 

Associate Professor 

History/Political Science 
F William Moressi 

Director 

Data Processing 




Social 



A Dr. Rufus Pettis 

Department Head 

Math Physics 
B Dr. Percial M. Thomas 

Ass Professor 

History/Political Science 

Chemistry 
C Henry F. Russell 

Ass. Professor 

Acting Dept. Head 

Chemistry 
D Dr. Appavoo Perumal 

Ass. Professor 

Math/Physics 
E Thomas Collins Jr. 

Instructor 

Math/Physics 
F Coleman D. Rippy 

Assoc. Professor 

Dept. Head 

Acting Divisional Chairperson 

Sociology/Social Work 
G Boyd Gatheright Jr. 

Ass. Professor 

Math/Physics 
H Dr. Benjamin Dias 

Assistant Professor 

Chemistry 





Sciences 




A Dr. John C. Sekyi 

Associate Professor 

History/Political Science 
B Mary H. Bailey 

Secretary 

Biology 
C Dorothy A. Watkins 

Computer Programmer 

Computer Center 
Beulah O. Walker 

Secretary 

Sociology/Social Work 
E Huey Rowe Anderson 

Ass. Professor 

Chemistry 
F Foster T. Drakeford 

Ass. Professor 

Math/Physics 
G Dr. Hampton Wright 

Ass. Professor 

Math/Physics/CSC 



A Inez Parker 

P. T. Director 

Archives 
B Shirley Wllklns 

Director 

Library Services 
C Barbara Knotts 

CIrc. Res. 

Library 
D Diane Richardson 

Library Technical 

Assistant 
E Gladys C. Thompson 

Library Assistant 



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Library 




Library 




A Cynthia Maxwell 

Library Technical 

Assistant Director 
B Margaret Brown 

Ref. Orient 

Librarian 
C Renee F. Stiff 

Orientation 

Librarian 
D Mlldered Sanders 

Technical Services 

Librarian 



A Louis E. Hayes 

Accountant/N. D. S. L. 
B Joseph Crosby 

Asst. to Vice-President of Financiai Affairs 
C Annie Strong 

Secretary Of Ptiysical Plant 
D Theresa Daiton 

Cashier, Financial Affairs 




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A Mamie Melton 

Students' Accounts Clerk 
B Amy Elston 

Accounting Sec. for Financial Affairs 
C Alexander Fleta 

Accountant Financial Affairs 
D Dorottiy Hamilton 

Accounting Clerk, Financial Affairs Purctiasing 



A John Mack 


D Lonnie Parker 


Comptroller 


Director of Physical Plant 


B Furness Armstead 


E Carolyn Ford 


Purchasing Agent 


Accounting Clerk 


C Gladys Davis 


F Irene Hunter 


Personnel 


Clerk of Financial Affairs 




Financial Affairs 




Security 




A Wilbert Sanders 

Transfer Advisor 

Admission 
B Lillian Butts 

Secretary 

Admission 
C Clyde Brown 

Acting Director 

Admission 
D Virgil Hyatt 

Counselor 

Special Services 
E Jodi Douglas 

Counselor 

Admissions 




Faculty 





A Linda Florence 

Director 

Public Relations 
B Philip Busher 

Director 

Sports Information 
C Minnie Maxwell 

Alumni Affairs 
D Odessa Rosebora 

Assistant 

Alumni Affairs 



A Ray G. Davis 

Vice President 

Development 
B Francis Harris 

Secretary 

Public Relations/Sports Information 
C Ocie Harrison 

Administrator Assistant 

President s Office 
D Ellamae Harris 

Secretary 

Development 




Faculty 




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^ Roberta Jackson 

Records Secretary 

Development 
^ Vanessa Baniey 

Assistant Vice President 

Development 
p Sadie Forney 

Secretary 

President Office 




A Otis Roberson 

Counselor 

Upward Bound 
B Genieve Kinard 

Secretary 

Registrar's Office 
C Shirley Twitty 

Secretary 

Registrar's Office 
D Daisy Timber 

Secretary 

Registrar's Office 




Faculty 




staff 



Ms. Vernelle McManus 

Secretary 

Registrar's Office 
\i Mary Byrum 

Registrar 
I Registrar's Office 
p Wyona Brewington 
i Secretary 
! Academic Affairs 





A Floyd Young 
B Levi Valentine 
C Elizabeth Snower 
D James Magill 
E Eva Agurs 
F Raymond Dallas 



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My Fellow Seniors, 

As we near the end of our matriculation here at Johnson 
C. Smith University, we can rejoice at overcoming many of 
the trials and tribulations of college life. When we started out 
on our journey August 20, 1978 our family number 497. now 
after four years our family has dwindled down to 199. Yes, 
some of us have succumbed, but some of us have survived. 
For those of us who have presevered the rewards have been 
plentiful. If to you the Graduating Class of 1982, I many leave 
but one thought, let it be this; 

Two roads diverge in a woods and I took 
the one less traveled by and that has made 
all the difference. 

Sincerely, 

O. Timothy Willis 

President 
Graduating Class of 1982 





SPECIAL THANKS FOR A JOB WELL DONE. 
MS. KATHERINE CURTIS (FLEMING) 
CLASS TREASURER 1979-82 



Seniors Are The Best! 



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It's Been Great 





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Gina Gerosa Allen 

Amityville, New York 

Biology 



Terrell N. Alston 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Social Work 



Sheila Diane Altman 

Smithfield. North Carolina 

Sociology 



Vonnie Anderson 

Winsboro. South Carolina 

Political Science 




Zonderner Anderson 

Georgetown, South Carolina 

Social Work 



Ingrid Y. Austin 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Accounting 



Gibson D. Barika 
Rivers State. Nigeria 
Biology & Chemistry 



Phyllis L. Battle 

Lenior, North Carolina 

Health & Physical Education 




Pearl E. Beane 
Richmond, Virginia 
General Business 



Asa Eric Bennett 
New York, New York 
Business Administration 



Elizabeth Blackman 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Early Childhood Education 



Willie Bodrick 
Orangeburg, South Carolina 




Marvin Boyd 

Chester. South Carolina 

General Science 



Ecclesiastes Brandon 
Henderson. North Carolina 
Early Childhood Education 



Rhonda Bridges 

Rocky Mount. North Carolina 

Communication Arts & Business 



Thomas E. Brodie 

Franklinton, North Carolina 

Biology 





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Pamela Brown 


Sharon Brown 


Michael Buck 


Carolyn D. Burns 


Durham, North Carolina 


Bolton, North Carolina 


Hollywood, South Carolina 


Winston-Salem, North Carolina 


Accounting 


Marketing 


Biology 


Psychology 




Bobbie Jean Bush 


Kathy L. Byrd 


Valjean L. Byrd 


Vivian A. Byrd 


Belzoni, Mississippi 


Charlotte, North Carolina 


Winston-Salem, North Carolina 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Early Childhood Education 


Social Work 


Social Work 


Economics & Business 




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Charmalne Cammack 

New Bern, North Carolina 

General Business 



Benjamin Atmos Chasten 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 
Health & Physical Education 



Anthony Reynard Chinnis 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Communications 



Rodney C. Clark 

Washington. DC. 

Communication Arts 




Hilton N. Cobb 


Larry Commander 


Veronica Connell 


Judiet V. Cooper 


Fountain, North Carolina 


Lynchburg, South Carolina 


West indies 


Kingstree, South Carolina 


Accounting 


Business & Marketing 


Political Science 


Psychology 




Joyce Ann Covington 

Winston Salem. N.C. 

Sociology 



Shelley Crone 
High Point, N.C. 
Social Welfare 



Katherine Curtis 

Springfield. Massachusetts 

Business Administration 




Patricia Ann Davidson 

Winston Salem. N.C. 

Business 



Monica Dawkins 

New Britain, Connecticut 

Psychology 



Anteinette Dixon 

Hartsville. S.C. 

General Business 




Joanne Marie Donaldson 

Washington. DC. 

Accounting 



Prenabo K.A.B. Duke 

Port Harcourt River State Nigeri! 

Communication 



Derrick Antonio Eckles 

Effingham, S.C. 
Business Administration 




Ray Roscoe Ellis 

Atlantic City. New Jersey 

Physical Education 



James Ennett 

Brooklyn. NY 

History 



Yusef Drone Fife 

Utica. New York 

Math 




Edgar E. Fleming 

Charlotte, N.C. 
General Business 



Theol Antonio Fleming 

Salisbury, North Carolina 

Business 



Nadlne Yvette Ford 

Madison Heights. Virginia 

General Business 




Roderick A. Fryer 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Sociology 



Theresa J. Gaston 

Washington, D.C. 

Accounting 



Darlene Jonel Glldewell 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Communications 




Sharon Oenlse Gober 

Shelby, North Carolina 

General Business 



Dorothy Prettlna Graham 
High Point, North Carolina 
Early Childhood Education 



Cathy A Graves 

Graham, North Carolina 

Social Worl< 




James H. Halrston, Jr. 

Welch, West Virginia 

Health & Physical Education 



Leroy A. Harden 

Seat Pleasant. Maryland 

Social Work 




Cheryl Denise Hardin 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 
Business Administration 



Roxann L. Harris 

Washington D.C. 

Business Administration 




Cathy P. Hines 

Rocky Mount, North Carolina 

Social Work 



Debra Howell 

Kings Mountain, North Carolina 

Business Administration 




Alison Jackson 

High Point, North Carolina 

Business Administration 



Shelia A. Jetler 

Roxboro, North Carolina 

Communication 



Lynda Yvonne Jessup 

Kernersville, North Carolina 

Accounting 





Rochelle Johnson 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Political Science 



Brenda J Jones 

Washington, DC. 

Business Administration 



Shelia Jones 

Medford, New York 

Business 




Vanessa R. Jones 

Midway Park. North Carolina 

Social Work 



Teresa A. Kale 

Darlington. South Carolina 

Sociology 




Reginald Kelly 

Jamaica. New York 

Psychology 



Sondra Kirksey 

Charlotte. North Carolina 

Communications 




Robert Lane 

Rocky Mount. North Carolina 

Communications 



Odyssey Leach 

Rowland. North Carolina 

Economics 



Brenda Paula Lewis 

Greenwood. South Carolina 

Music Education 




Juanila Lloyd 

Pinehurst, North Carolina 

Social Welfare 



Chalmers Lowery II 

Pageland. South Carolina 

Marketing 



Louis L. Lowery 

WInston-Salem. North Carolina 

Marketing 




Jeffery Mahan 

Martinsville. Virginia 

Political Science 



Felicia Majors 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Sociology 



lantha Jane Maness 

Kannapolls, North Carolina 

General Business 




Darlene K. Meadows 
Gastonia. North Carolina 
Early Childhood Education 



Yolanda Renee McDade 

Brooklyn. New York 

Social Work 



Gall McFadden 

Union. South Carolina 

Sociology 




Gary L. McFadden 

Sumter. South Carolina 

Physical Education 



Dupont McWhite 

Florence. South Carolina 

Marketing 




Ophelia Millings 

WInnsboro. South Carolina 

Marketing 



Wendy Morgan 

New Rochelle. New York 

Computer Science 




Greg Motley 
Charlotte. North Carolina 
Business Administration 



Vanessa Faye Nicholson 

KInston. North Carolina 

General Business 



Blanche M. Odom 

Bamberg, South Carolina 

Psychology 




Larcell Oliver 
Leesburg. Virginia 
Communications 



Patricia Ann Peek 

Salisbury, North Carolina 

General Business 



Terry A. Peterson 

Biadenboro, North Carolina 

General Business 




Eric Llonell Petree 

New York, New York 

Business 



Reginald T. PIncham 

New York, New York 

Marketing 




Stanette Adrienne PInnIx 

Burlington, North Carolina 

Psychology 



Patrice Darlette Rice 

WInston-Salem, North Carolina 

General Business 




Bobbie Roberts 

Kinston. North Carolina 

Early Childhood Education 



Deborah L. Roberts 

Fairmont, North Carolina 

Sociology 




William Roberts 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Business Administration 



Shirley Ann Robertson 

Reidsville, North Carolina 

General Business 




Terence A. Robinson 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Computer Science 



Robert RuMin 

Petesburg, Pennsylvania 

Chemistry 



Teri L. Rylander 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Communications 




Roderick L. Sanders 

Smithfield, North Carolina 

Economics & Banking/Finance 



Janice G Sanker 

Washington, DC 

Business Administration 



Regina Lee Scott 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

General Business/Marketing 




Donald Barnard Sellers 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
Health & Physical Education 



Angel L. Shands 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Communication Arts 




Marler A. Shields 

Southern Pines, North Carolina 

Communications 



Carolyn Rena Simmons 

Charleston. South Carolina 

Biology 




Louis Simmons Jr. 
Washington, DC. 
Communications 



Rose Singletary 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Sociology 



Peter Smith Jr. 

Mt. Clemens. Michigan 

Communication Arts 




Gall Sneed 

Oxford, North Carolina 

Communication 



Perry E. Solice Jr. 

Clinton. North Carolina 

Biology 



Larry D. Staley 
Charlotte. North Carolina 
Business Administration 




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Jeffrey J. Steele 

Mt. Gllead, Nortfi Carolina 

General Business 



Nancy A. Stokes 

Cfiarlotte, North Carolina 

Ptisyical Education 




Charles T. Summers 
Greenboro, North Carolina 
Health & Physical Education 



Kathy Anita Thomas 

Washington. DC. 
Communication Arts 



Debra Thompson 
Business Administration 
Sumter. South Carolina 




Lillian R. Thompson 

Carlisle. South Carolina 

Accounting 



William H. TIbbs Jr 

Elmsford. Now York 

Marketing 



Edna J. Timmons 

High Point, North Carolina 

Communications 




Pamela N Tinson 

Washington. DC. 

Communication Arts 



Angel Refiee Townsend 

Kernersvllle. North Carolina 

History 



Cherly Tripp 
Morehead. North Carolina 
Health & Physical Education 




Phyllis Tucker 

Washington, D.C. 

Marketing 



La Tanya Annette Waller 
New Haven, Connecticut 
Business Administration 




Darren Watkins 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Marketing 



Donald Watson 

Brooklyn. New York 

Psychology 



Claudlne LaFay Williams 

Smithfleld, North Carolina 

Marketing 




Joseph Williams 

Rocky Mount, North Carolina 

Business Administration 



Mela Williams 

Washington, DC. 

Economics 



Robert E. Williams Jr. 

Washington, DC. 
Communication Arts 




Sheila L. Williams 


Artls Winston 


Susie P. Wynn 


Washington, DC. 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Rocky Mount, North Carolina 


Communication Arts 


Accounting 


Business 



Looks Like We've Made It. 





Smile Jamie he's looklngll 



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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Winefred Battle - Treasurer; Gail Mc Fadden - Miss Junior Class; Yvette Weaver - Recording 
Secretary; Philomenia Scales - Corresponding Secretary; Wanda M. Wilson - Vice-President; Bobbette Chasten - Second 
Attendant; Jennifer Anthony - President 





Allen. Charylene 

Communication Arts 

Albany, Georgia 



Alston, Jewel 

Communications Arts 
Awendaw. South Carolina 



Anthony. Jennifer 
Early Childhood Education 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



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Boderick, Janet 

Communication Arts 

Orangeburg, South Carolina 



Broome, Daryl 

Urban Studies 

Charlotte. North Carolina 



Brown, Jose Roberick 

Marketing 

Charleston. South Carolina 




Byrd, Deborah 

Computer Science 

Coneslee. South Carolina 




Caidwell, Letitia 

Music Administration 

Chester, South Carolina 



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Communication 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 



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Carr. Sharon 

Social Work 

Graham. North Carolina 



Carson. Clif 

Social Work 

Paterson. New Jersey 



Chapman, Barrett 

Marketing 
Buffalo. New York 









Chasten. Bobetle 

Computer Science 

Mt. Olive, North Carolina 



Childs, Tracey 

General Business 

Brooklyn, New York 



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Credle, Velma 

Accounting 

Bayboro, North Carolina 



Darby, Stephane 

Communication Arts 

Columbia, South Carolina 



Dean, Patricia 
Business Administration 
Polkton, North Carolina 



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Dixon. Dennis Jaye 


Dunlap, Jerry 


Ellis, Scott 


Marketing 


History 


Education 


Fairmont, North Carolina 


Brooklyn, New York 


Charlotte, N,C 



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Ellis, Robert 


Erwin. Ronald 


Fields, Randall Jr. 


Communication Arts 


Marketing 


Computer Science 


WInston-Salem. North Carolina 


Bronx, New York 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvan 





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Fisher, Rachelle 


Fuller, Lonnie 


Goss, Calvin 


Communication Arts 


Marketing 


Computer Science 


Charlotte, N C 


Atlanta. Georgia 


Atlanta, Georgia 



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Graham, Mary 


Green, Regina 


Henley, Angela 


Early Childhood Education 


Physical Therapy 


Music Business 


Fayetteville, North Carolina 


Washington, D.C. 


Hollis, New York 





HInes, Gary 


Mines, Sondra Zenobia 


Johns, Brenda 


Social Work 


Communication Arts 


Business Administration 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 


Syracuse, New York 


Deptford, New Jersey 



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Johnson, Gardenia 


Jones, Valencia 


Latimer, Stella 


Early Childhood 


Accounting 


Communication Arts 


Huger, South Carolina 


Oriental, North Carolina 


Laurens, South Carolina 




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Lawrence. James Edward 

Communication Arts 
Whiteville, North Carolina 




Ledbetter, Linda 

Accounting 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 







Lindsey, Helen 

Social Work 

Oxford, North Carolina 



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Little, Brenda 

General Business 

WadesBoro, North Carolina 



Lyies, Deirdre 

General Business 

Brooklyn, New York 



Majors, Julie 

Biology 

Greenville, South Carolina 






Mallory, George Wayne 

Communication Arts 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 



Mason, Wanda 

Accounting 

WInston-Salem. North Carolina 



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McAlee. Anita 

Social Work 

Monroe. North Carolina 



McFadden. Cynthia 
Early Childhood Ed 
Stratford, Connecticut 



McLean. Carl 

Major not Indicated 

Charlotte, North Carolina 






Mitchell, Gary 

Health Physical Ed. 

Ritchell, Virginia 



Payne, Wesley 

Communication Arts 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



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Reed, Bryant 


Shankle, Richard 


Solomon, Cynthia 


Communication Arts 


Biology 


Business Administration 


Oanville, Illinois 


Norwood. North Carolina 


Hobgood, North Carolina 






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Stevens, Barry 
Business Marketing 
Buffalo. New York 



Taylor, Brenda 
Computer Science 
Washington. D.C. 



Tfiomas. Doris 

Computer Science 

Cfiarleston. Soutti Carolina 



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Turner. Jeffrey 

Accounting 

Petersboro. Virginia 



Waters. Jacqueline 

Psycfiology 

Hartsville, South Carolina 



Washington, Charley 

Communication Arts 

Columbia. South Carolina 






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Watkins, Diane 

Biology 

Los Angeies, Caiifornia 



Webb. Rosalyn 

Marl<eting 

Wiison. North Carolina 



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Williams, Karen 

Accounting 

Anderson, South Carolina 



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Williams, Michael 

Communication Arts 

Durham, North Carolina 



Wilson, Wanda Michelle 

Social Work 

Charleston, South Carolina 



Winthrow, Crystal 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



Ten Most 





Jennifer Anthony 



Phylils Arlis 





Active Juniors 




Celia Gayle Robinson 




Arthur Wilson 







Sheila Tyson 




Not Pictured 
Sondra Hines 
Milton Ray Wiggins 



Wanda Michelle Wilson 



Miss Sophomore Class And Court 




Marilyn Nichols 
1st Attendant Toni Moore 
2nd Attendant Maria Rice 




Miss Marilyn Nichols 
Chicago, III. 




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Elizabeth Anthony 
Aries 



Anthony Archie Jr 
Scorpio 




Brian Armstrong 
Aquarius 




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Brool<s Clay Bal<er 



Terry Baxter 
Sagittarius 






Felicia Armour 




Aries 


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Valeria Cannon 
Capricorn 



Sherri Carpenter 
Cancer 



Tay Clark 






Terri Oawkins 
Aries 



Thomas Dawkins 
Aquarius 



Romana DuBose 
Libra 






Ola Mae Earl 
Cancer 



Rochelle Fisher 





Laverne Fuller 
Pisces 



Benjamin Gallman 
Virgo 





Angeline Greenfield 
Libra 



LTonya Hairston 
Cancer 




Bernard Jenkins 
Taurus 



Christopher Johnson 
Gemini 



Darren Johnson 
Gemini 





Kane Howard 
Sagittarius 




Teresa Marsh 
Scorpio 




Anthony Mc Clam 
Cancer 



Vaughan McCall 
Sagittarius 



Cheryl McCullough 
Cancer 




Larry Murchison 
Capricorn 



Marilyn Nichois 
Capricorn 



Rodney Patton 
Leo 




Clyde Sherman 
Aquarius 



Crystal Sherman 
Taurus 




Andrea Smith 
Leo 



Caressa Smith 
Cancer 



Charles Smith 
Libra 




Kelvin Smith 
Scorpio 



Sherwood Smith 
Aries 



Jeffery Sudderth 




Anthony Sullivan 
Aries 



Gregory Thomas 
Cancer 



James Thompson 
Libra 




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Darren Thomas 
Cancer 




Phyllis Throckmorton 
Capricorn 




John Torrence 
Scorpio 



Martin Troupe 
Libra 



Tammera Vallier 
Virgo 





George Washington 
Libra 



Shenlta Webb 
Cancer 





Michael Woods 
Capricorn 



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Freshman Royalty a thing of beauty. We are 
proud of our freshman and we are proud of the 
way they have represented us. May they always 
remember this moment and keep it in their hearts. 
We will. 





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Freshman Class Officers 




From left to right Greg Lacewell - Class Reporter; Sylvester Scipio - President; Kimberly Dawson - Vice-President; Leonard Baxter - Treasurer; Darryl 
Perkins - Recording Secretary; Cheryl Carter - SGA Representative; Angela Pitt - Class Reporter; Ronnise Handy - Corresponding Secretary; Barry Cole 
- Parliamentarian; Not pictured - Rena Ellison - SGA Representative 



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Vickie Battle 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Alaine Bayless 
Yellow Springs. Ohio 



Leonard Baxter 
Charlotte. N.C. 



Cheri Bennett 
Lilesville, N.C. 




Sherman Benton 
Chicago, Illinois 




Reggie Bodrick 
Orangeburg. S.C. 





Tommie Boozer 
Washington, D.C. 





Lana Boulware 
Charlotte, N.C. 




.|gQ Michael Bowles 

Washington, D.C. 



Sabrena Bradley 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Anthony Bright 
Harlem, New York 



Cassandra Brown 
Spartanburg, S.C. 




Julette Brown 
Charleston, S.C. 



Percy Burnell 
Edisto Island, S.C. 





Ramona Burnett 
Wilmington, N.C. 





Deborah Caldwell 
Chester, S.C. 




Robert Caldwell 
Elizabeth, N.C. 



Allca Calhoun 
Washington, D.C, 



Cheryl Carter 
Richmond, Virginia 



Renee Carter 
Washington, D.C. 




Sharon Chancellor 
Greenville, S.C. 




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Robert Chichester 
Warrenton, Virginia 





Sherry Clawson 
Washington, D.C. 





Bridgette Coles 
Oxford, N.C. 




Calvin Coppeege 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Ronald Crenshaw 
Caroleen, N.C. 



Adrienne Croskey 
New York, New York 



Felicia Davis 
Richmond, Virginia 



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Kimberly Dawson 
Chicago. Illinois 





Gwendolyn Dixon 
Ayden. N C. 



Daryl Ebon 
Philadelphia, Penn 





Mona Rena Ellison 
Burlington, N.C. 



Marty Fant 
Thomasville, N.C. 



Regina L. Fitzgerald 
St. Louis. Missouri 



Donna Florence 
Burlington. N.C. 




Wendy Ford 
Madison Height. Va. 




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Derrick A. Frazer 
Queens. N.Y. 



Wanda Freeman 
Washington, D.C. 



Sylvia Fuller 
Fayetteville. N.C. 



Bonnie Gales 
Red Springs. N.C. 





Catrina Glover 
Greensboro. N.C. 



Clarence Gray 
Jonesville, N.C. 



James Freddy Gray 
Washington, D.C. 





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Anita Guilford 
Merritt Island, Florida 



Ronnise Handy 
Capitol Height, Maryland 





Charlene K. Hargett 
New Bern, N.C. 



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Oeitra S. Hawkes 
Blackstone, Va. 



Dina Hedrick 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Elaine Hicks 
Oxford, N.C. 



Tammy Lynn Greene 
Lenior, N.C. 




Monica Drusilla Hart 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 




Denia Elaine Hill 
Portland, Oregon 




Dennis Jason Holden 
Washington, D.C. 



Coria Holland 
Boston, Mass. 



Pamela Hoiloway 
Greenwood, S.C. 



Ursula Hopper 
Caroleen, N.C. 




Stephanie Horton 
Washington, D.C. 




Sherri Jacl<son 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Barbara Jones 
Coiumbia, S.C. 



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Burlington, N.C. 




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Mark Howze 
Rock Hill, S.C. 




Charrie Jamison 
Huger, S.C. 




Margaret Jones 
Statesville, N.C. 




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Maury Isley 
New York, N.Y. 




Cassandra Johnson 
Greenville, S.C. 




Genene Kelley 
High Point, N.C. 





Michael Jackson 
Wadley. Georgia 




Larry Dorsett Johnson 
Jersey City, N.J. 




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Donna Kennedy 
Kannapolis, N.C. 




Dina Knox 
Philadelphia. Pa. 



Gregory G. Lacewell 
Kelly. N.C. 



Bryon Lesane 
Mayesvllle, S.C. 




Cheryl A. Leverett 
Detroit, Mich. 




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Selena Manigault 
Charleston, S.C. 




Sandra D. Lewis 
Greenwood, S.C. 





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Tammy Marshall 




Bladenboro, 


N.C. 




Pamela Logan 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Charles Mason 
Philadelphia. Pa. 






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Deirdre Mack 
Wilmington. N.C. 




Charles Martin 
Hartford, Connecticut 




Arnita Mc Dowel! 
Florida 




Robin McRae 
Morven, N.C. 



Vanessa Middleton 
Charleston, S.C. 



Charles Minnis 
Scoth Plains, N.J. 




Roosevelt Moncree 
Daylon. Ohio 




Portia Oldham 
Greensboro, N.C. 




Vera Murray 
Yonges Island, S.C. 



Dexter Outen 
Columbia, S.C. 





Deatra Norman 
Washington, D.C. 




Cheryl Owens 
Charleston, S.C. 




Rhoda Norwood 
Dudley, N.C. 




Michael Pardmore 
Miami. Florida 






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Robert Pettus 
Winston Salem, N.C. 




.|Qc Angela Pitt 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 



Dwayne Randell 
Plymount, Mass. 



Doris Redfearn 
Chesterfield, S.C. 



Lisa Reeves 
Gastonia, N.C. 




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Ingera Reown 
Georgetown, S.C. 



Blane Roberts 
Ctiicago, III. 



Mitchell Robinson 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Patrice Robinson 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 







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Tammy Roseborough 
Charlotte, N.C. 



JoAnn Rutherford 
Columbia, S.C. 



Sylvester Scipio 
Lumberton, N.C. 



Anthony Scott 
Charleston, S.C. 





Reginald Scott 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



Cynthia Sewell 
Elkton, Md 



Debra Sherrill 
Lowesville, N.C. 



Jackie Simmons 
Columbia, S.C. 





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Jeffery Simmons 
Saluda, S.C. 



Keith Smith 
Chicago, III. 



Marlon Smith 
Detroit, Mich. 



Pamela Smith 
Charleston, S.C. 




Wilfred Turner 
Norwood, N.C. 



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Tonya Smith 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 




Robin Sutton 
Lumberton, N.C. 




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Fayetteville. N.C, 



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Tracie Stover 
Columbia, S.C. 




Tammy Thompson 
Winston Salem. N.C. 




Donnadrez Warner 
Shelby, N.C. 





Priscilla Stowe 
Charlotte, N.C. 




Thurman Richards 
Arlington, Va. 




George Washington 
Bennettsville. S.C. 




Susan Walker 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Mary Webb 
Pendleton, S.C. 



Marvin Whitehurst 
Elizabeth, N.J, 



Annette Williams 
Laurinburg, N.C. 





Beaula Winslow 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 




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Dewayne Williams 
Camden, N.J. 




Therese Williams 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 




Lee Williamsons 



Leroy Wise 



Beverly Woods 
Kannapolis, N.C. 



Ervin Woods 
Asheville, N.C. 




Freshmen Are Everywhere 




Some People just have everything it tal<es! 




In the windows of Liston Hall 




On the football 




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The Many Faces Of Freshmen 




Ursula Hopper, Miss Myers Hall, possesses a radiant smile. 





field at half-time 



Lisa Redwood tias a tiappy smile. 




Lana Boulware wonders if she is on the right line. 




In times like these, I should think people would 
strive to get as much education as possible. 
Education is something you will always want and 
need. It has been said that Education without 
Salvation is Damnation, this is true, but 
remember that God helps those who help 
themselves. 

Arthur L. Wilson 



My four years here at Johnson C. Smith 
University have been very fruitful. The trials and 
tribulations that I met on the way has made me 
a much stronger person. I found my stay here 
challenging and very educational. Because 
education plays a very important part in our daily 
lives, and we must prepare to meet these daily 
Challenges head on. Thank You Johnson C. 
Smith University for giving me the opportunity to 
enhance my knowledge from all levels, and I 
thank God for giving me the drive that I need to 
keep striding. 

Willie Bodrick 




Who's 

Who 

Among 

American 




If it had not been for the love, guidance, and support 
of my family I would not be who I am today. I have 
enjoyed my years here at Johnson C. Smith 
University because it has taught me many things 
but, mostly that wisdom keeps you safe and that 
it is the advantage of knowledge. 

Melody R. Donald 




"Education is the Key to Success". Like most of 
us I too owe my success to my dear mother and 
family, who have given me the courage to press 
onward to reach higher heights. I have developed 
spiritually, intellectually, and socially at Johnson C. 
Smith University. I will always be greatful to the 
many friends and instructors who helped keep me 
on the right road. To the Smith Family keep the faith 
in God, and be Happy. 



Rhonda D. Bridges 



Johnson C. Smith is our home, a home of 
knowledge and maturity. In order for our home to 
continue to grow we must give of ourselves the 
enthusiasm, creativity, and hope that will allow it to 
flourish forever. 

Stephanie M. McLeod 





Success is meaningless unless you have 
someone to share it with. Being listed among 
Who's Who is truly an honor and is the result of 
a motivation I acquired as a child along vwith 
continuous encouragement. Therefore, I must 
dedicate my accomplishments to my mother and 
grandmother who have encouraged me through- 
out the years, also to my Smith family and 
fnends, but most of all to Jesus Christ who made 
it all possible. Thank you. J. C. S. U. for three 
very challenging and rewarding years. 

Odyssey Leach 



Who's Who isn't a reward for glamour or 
self-satisfaction, it is one attained through hard 
work and determination. I would like to thank J. 
C. Smith for giving me my share of hard work 
and my loving mother who taught me the ground 
work for determination. 

Rosalyn Webb 

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There are many stars from which to choose. One 
can either choose that bestowed upon him or 
given to him, but I prefer reaching for the highest 
one that can't be given but earned through the 
diligent and creative minds that God has given 
us. Therefore, when you decide to choose, the 
higher you reach the more fruits you'll acquire. 
Thanks mom for directing me to the highest star. 
Vivian Byrd 






in any game there's always a loser and there's 
always a winner. I learned a long time ago, he 
who wins is the one who wanted it the most. If 
the mind can conceive, the body can achieve. But 
when the body has achieved great success, 
remain forever humble, for the ones you met 
going up the ladder, you will meet coming down. 
Thank you momi For all of those many lessons 
In lifel 

Artis L. Winston 



Attaining goals is the most difficult task that one 
will encounter in life. There are no shortcuts nor 
handouts. Although every step taken won't be 
successful, it should be remembered that through 
steadfast, zealous, and sincere endeavor all 
things can be attained. 

Lillian Thompson 





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Feature 



When I spoke with Presi- 
dent Greenfield about com- 
ing to Johnson C. Smith so 
very close to your dinner 
hour, he requested that I do 
three things to keep peace m 
the family: stand up and be 
recognized, speak up and be 
heard, and iit down and bo 
appreciatea. 

I plan to do jusi ihat. 

You honor me with this op- 
portunity to address the 1985 
class of Johnson C. Smith. I 
wanted to be with you today 
as you start your college 
career, because I have a 
dream for North Carolina, 
and I want you to be my 
partners. 

Dunng the 114 years of 
this university's existence, it 
has given so much for so 
long, to so many, for so little. 

This university has a 
legacy of producing outstan- 
ding students, many of 
whom are leaders of this na- 
tion today. You walk in 
paths made by outstanding 
alumni such as: The Kt. Rev. 
John Hurst Adams, Bishop 
of the African Methodist 
Episcopal ('hurch; Pettis 
Norman, former all-pro foot- 
ball player with the Dallas 
Cowboys and now a banker 
and businessman in Dallas, 
Texas; Eva Clayton, former 
assistant secretary. Depart- 
ment of Natural Resources 
and Community Develop- 
ment; the Kev. Bob Walton, 
county commissioner here in 
Mecklenburg, and the 
Honorable Richard Erwin, 
federal district judge, ap- 
pointed by me to the North 
Carolina Court of Appeals. 

These people made it 



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because they beheved that as 
Jesse Jackson says, "If you 
can conceive it, and believe 
it, you can achieve it." 

A lot of people ha ve a lot of 
hopes for your success. Many 
of your parents are sacrific- 
ing everything to provide 
you this opportunity. As 
your Governor, I ask you not 
to waste this chance to 
achieve. 

You are very fortunate to 
have parents and relatives 
who have helped you reach 
this height in life. Many of 
your friends are not as for- 
tunate as you are and will 
not enter college this year, 
even though many of them 
would like to. 

As I reflect on your poten- 
tials, I am reminded of the 
words of a great poet, James 
Russell Lowell, who said, 
"Not failure, but low aim is 



crime." Do not be a victim of 
aiming too low. I challenge 
you to aim high . Set your aim 
on becoming the president, 
governor, judge, superinten- 
dent, owner of businesses 
and farms. 

It is so easy to say, "No I 
can't do it." But students like 
you will say, "1 know it is 
tough, but I must continue 
and I'm not going to let 
anybody turn me around." 

My dream for North 
Carolina is not just a good 
state, but the best state. 

We've made progress m 
reducing our infant mortali- 
ty rate. But we can do better. 
We've made progress in our 
test scores in the public 
schools — they're at or above 
the national average — but 
we can do better. We're work- 
ing hard to stop young peo- 
ple from dropping out of high 



school — but we can do a lot 
better. 

I want this class to be my 
partner as volunteers to help 
some child or to help your 
classmates who are having 
problems with their school 
work. 

I want this cla.ss to be a 
class known for booking 
rather than boogying, foi- 
putting hope in their brains ( 
rather than dope m their ' 
veins, to be a panner in help- 
ing us change the fact that 
today in 66 out of 100 coun- 
ties we do not have a black 
attorney. 

I want you to help change 
the fact that in North 
Carolina 80 of our 100 coun- 
ties do not have a black doc- 
tor. 

I want you to be my 
partner in making sure that 
more-than U>^i of the coUegt 
students are registered to 
vote, and that they go to the 
polls on election day. 
Because these are crucial 
times for making the voice of 
hope and progress heard in 
this state and this nation. 

Bobby Kennedy once said, 
"Some people see things and 
wonder why — I sec things | 
and wonder why not." That's 
the question I hope you 11 
ask. And I hope you'll adopt 
as your goal the vision that 
Thomas Wolfe expressed: 

"To every man hi.s chance, 
to every man, regardless of 
his birth, his shining golden 
opportunity — to every man 
the right to live, to work, to be 
himself, and to become 
whatever thing his manhood 
and his vision can combine 
to make him — this, seeker, is 
the promise of America." 



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Julian Bond, "Exciting Event At Smitli 



Julian Bond was born in Nashville. Tennessee, on January 
14, 1940. While attending Morehouse College in Atlanta he 
became active in the civil rights movement in the South, helping 
found the Committee on Appeal for Human Rights and the 
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee 

Bond w/as elected in 1965 to the Georgia House of 
Representatives, but w/as barred from taking his seat by 
legislators who objected to his statements on the war in 
Vietnam. Despite winning two special elections in 1966, he still 
did not take his seat until 1967 after a Supreme Court decision 
that the Georgia legislature had erred in refusing him his place. 
He eventually served four terms in the House and, in November 
of 1974, was elected to the State Senate, where he now serves. 

Bond was co-chairperson of the Georgia Loyal National 
Democratic Delegation, an insurgent group, at the 1968 
Democratic National Convention. The Loyal Democrats were 
successful in unseating the regular, hand-picked Georgia 
deleaation. Bond was nominated for Vice President, but 
withdrew his name from consideration because of his age. 

Julian Bond serves on the Boards of Directors of the Delta 
Ministry Project of the National Committee of Churches; Robert 
F. Kennedy Memorial Fund; Martin Luther King Jr. Center for 
Social Change; Center for Community Change; Highlander 
Research and Education Center; National Sharecroppers Fund; 
Southern Regional Council; New Democratic Coalition; and the 
Voter Education Project. He is Board Chairperson of the South 
Regional Council Elections Fund and President of the Southern 
Poverty Law Center. 




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Miss JCSU Pageant "One In A Million 



Contestants await the truthful moment of 
who will become Miss JCSU 




Melody Donald is showing her dancing ability in a fashionable 
way 






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Halloween at Duke Hall, 
a treat from the women on campus. 





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The women on Campus sponsored a 
Halloween Party for the youngsters. The 
children enjoyed themselves and had lots of 
fun. 



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Goblins Of Listen Hall 




On October 31, Liston Hall spon- 
sored a Halloween party for their 
residents. For fun, the girls dressed in 
some WILD costumes. They were 
ready for Halloween! 




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Save me from this madness! 



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Dolly Parton, EAT YOUR HEART OUT! 



I can't believe I stayed up for this. 



CHECK I^E OUT! I'M JUST TOO BAD! 



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winter wonderland, which yielded a new face to the 
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Student Christian Association 




1st row: Gardenia Johnson, Toni Johnson, Katherine Curtis, Ron Harrison, 2nd row: Shelia Tyson, Adair Humphrey, Clarissa Rhodes, Tony Fleming, Sylvester 
Scipio. 3rd row: Roderick Fryer, Quita Fisher Harper, Julie Majors, Therese Peters, Annelle Moore. 4th row: Sherwood Smith, Crystal Sherman, Clyde 
Sherman. 5th row: Bridgette Coles, Doug Brown, Mark Rackard. 6th row: Randall Fields, Bobette Chasten. 











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1st row: Toni Johnson, 1st Attendant; Quita Fisher, Vice-Pres; Shelia Tyson, President; Clarissa Rhodes, 
2nd Attendant, 2nd row: Adair Humphrey, treasurer; Julie Majors, Chaplain; Katherine Curtis, Corr. Sec; 
Annelle Moore, Rec. Sec; 3rd row: Sherwood Smith, Parliamentarian, Ron Harnson, Reporter. 



Orientation 
Committee 

From left to right: Katherine Curtis; Tony 
Fleming; Sondra Mines; Rhonda Bridges; 
Celia Robinson; Janet Mitchum; Antone 
Davis; Wanda Wilson; Arthur Wilson; 
Sheila Tyson; Karen Sharpe; Ron Harri- 
son; Roderick Fryer. 





S.N.C.A.E, 

From left to right: Donna West, Marilyn 
Redfern, Bobbie Roberts. Ronnie 
Hood, Jennifer Anthony, Crystal Winth- 
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Student Alumni Association 




1st Row: Romoria Dubose, Cheryl Vaughn, Therese Peters, President 2nd row: Randall Fields, Tammie Hairston, Clarissa Rhodes, Shelia Tyson, Reginald 
Pincham. 3rd row: Angela Battle, Melody Donald, Roderick Brown. Wayne Mallory, Clyde Sherman, Leslie Simmons. 



Female Cottages 




Charmaine Cammack, Antoinette Dickson. Bobbie Roberts, Bobette Chasten 



Sanders Hall Council 




Shelia Tyson. Wanda Wilson. Deirdre Mack, Derldre Brown, Sherry Cawson. Cathy Brown 



Duke Hall Council 




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Lyceum Dance Group 



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Crystal Winthrow, Nancy Stokes, Lisa Calhoun, Stephanie McLeod, Bobette Chasten. 



Student Government 




Sondra Mines 
Recording Secretary 



Rosalyn Webb 
Corresponding Secretary 



Association 




N. A. A. P. 

Tonya Waller, Theresa Johnson, Julie Majors, 
Roy Mack, Brenda Johns, Odella Dunn, Debra 
Byrd, Leroy Hardin, Karlinda Dixon. Sondra 
Mines, Dennis Dixon 




Officers 



Julie Majors - S. G. A. rep. 
Odella Dunn - treasurer 
Theresa Johnson - v. president 
Debra Byrd - secretary 
Dennis Dixon - parliamentary 




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R. W. Johnson Spiritual Choir 




Sherwood Smith, Terrence Robinson. Ron Harrison, William Stewart. Odyssey Leach - President. Arthur Wilson - Vice President. 
Pam Holloway, Denise Richardson, Clarissa Rhodes, Linda Latson, Tay Clark, Quita Harper - Secretary. Jennifer Anthony, Nancy 
Mark, Bridgette Coles. Debra Hayes. Gardenia Johnson. Miss R. W. Johnson. Adair Humphrey. Sheila Tyson - Treasurer. Ten 
Rylander - Director, Cathy Carter ■ Asst. Director, Alfred McCloud - Pianist, Michael Suber - Bass Guitar. 




Cheerleaders 




Brenda Taylor 
Captain 



Camilla Jones 
Co-Captain 



Alpha Kappa Mu 




Rhonda Bridges. Arthur Wilson. Lillian Thompson. Artis Winston. Vivian Byrd. Odessey Leach. 
Quita Fisher Harper. Rosalyn Webb, Ms. Bessie Ledbetter advisor 



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Bridges, Artis Winston. Rosalyn Webb. Dr. Thomas advisor 



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Society 



1st row (left to right): Vivian Byrd, Lydia Thompson, Terri 
Watson, 2nd row; Debra Howell, Roderick Sanders, 
Antoinette Dixon, 3rd row: Charmaine Cammack, Artis 
Winston, Odyessey Leach. 




Annual Staff 




Dexter, Rosalyn, Sylvester, Debra, Angela, Wanda, Valencia, Regina, Velma, Keith C, Walter. Keith 
S., Michelle, Louis, Sabrina, Diana, Beulah, Connie, Wendy. 



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Jennifer Anthony, Jamie Stowe, Renee Ellis, Karen Johns, Sandy Allen, Stella Latimore, Donna West, Gayle 
Robinson, Wanda Brooks, Deidre Brown, and Charylene Allen. 

Health And Physical Ed. 



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Physical Education Center 




Ben Chasten, Eddie Jones, Tracey Bookman, Carolyn Jenkin, Kenneth Henderson, John Williams, Ray Ellis, Joyce White, 
Vincent Carpenter, Bobby Tillman, John Thomas, Charles Summers, Donald Sellers 



Union Program Board 




Anthony Bright 
Donna West 
Lisa Moore 
Rochelle Daniels 
Yoianda McDade 
Donna Louchiey 
Wendy Morgan 
Wanda Brooks 



Smith Hall Council 




Anthony Archie 
Leroy Forney 
Jerry Canty 
Leroy Hardin 
Mike Williams 
Keith Canada 
Herbert Scott 




Men Of Distinction 




MARVIN J. BOYD 
ANTHONY CHINNIS 
SAMUEL LOWERY 
LOUIS SIMMONS JR. 
ROY W. SIMPSON 



Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity Inc. 



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The Brothers at Johnson C. Smith University are 
continuing the tradition of Noble Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
and all can be proud of Alpha Omicron and its 
accomplishments. Our heritage at J. C. S. U. is only a part 
of a larger panorama which goes back to the years 1905 
- 1906. During those years, several black men at a 
predominately white university Cornell University conceived 
and formed this great Fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha. The 
Brotherhood boast not of singular achievements, but delights 
in consistant maturity and intellectual growth. Excellence in 
all endeavors, with a special emphasis on academic 
achievement is perhaps the overidding orientation of Alpha 
men everywhere. This special effort continues to be the 
guiding principle of the men of Alpha Omicron Chapter. 






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Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship 



Robert Ruffin II - President 

Ronald Ervin - Secretary 

Lee Allen Dunn - Treasurer 

John William - Reporter 

Michael Watkins - Parliamentary 

Gregory B. Smith - Dean of Pledgees 

Other Brothers 

Bennie Bolton 

Victor Cozart 

Ray Ellis 




Delta Sigma Theta Sororithy 




Officers of Delta Sigma Theta 

President - Vanessa Nicholson 

Vice-President - Rochelle Johnson 

Recording Secretary - Monica Dawkins 

Corresponding Secretary - Janice Sanker 

Treasurer - Gwendolyn McCullough 

Dean of Pledgees - Sherry Ford 

Reporter - Linda Tucker 

Pan Hellenic Representative - Rochelle Johnson 

Chaplain - Kathy Goodwater 

Sergeant-at-Arms - Sherry Ford 

Custodian - Kathy Goodwater 

Miss Delta Sigma Theta - Sherry Ford 

President of Pan Hellenic Council - Stanette Pinnix 

SGA Representative - Angie Boyce 

Members; Phyllis Battle, Peggy Bullock. Sheila 

Jones. Gina Sammons. Carolyn Simmons. Rose 

Singletary. Advisors - Ms. Helen T. Caldwell. Dr. 

Annabelle Boykin 




What does it mean, a sorority? 

What does it mean to you? 

Is it just a name. 

Bringing local fame, 

With perhaps a fnend or two? 

Forever its Delta, 
Our love will be true. 
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President - Barry Stevens 

Vice President - Reggie Wilson 

Secretary - Leroy Hardin 

Treasurer - George Weight 

Asst. Dean of Pledgees - Reggie Williams 

Historian - James Ennett 

Parlimentarian - Mike Williams 

Advisor - Wylie Harris Jr. 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was organized in 
1920 on tine campus of Howard University. 
This was the year that Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity became the 
first official Greek letter sister and brother 
organization. The objectives of the sorority 
are finer womanhood, sisterly love, scholar- 
ship and service. 

Deborah Roberts - Treasurer 

Patricia Davidson - Vice President - Dean 

of Pledgees 
Caroloyn Burns - President 
Jean Dawson 

Shelly Crone - Parliamentarian 
Linda Blakney - Secretary 



Ms. ZETA PHI BETA 
Linda Blakney 



Omega Psi 






The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was 
founded on the campus of Howard 
University with the purpose of brining 
young men of like interest together under 
the four cardinal principles of Manhood, 
Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. 
Here at J. C. Smith, the Fraternity is 
represented by the young men of Rho 
Chapter. 

PHO CHAPTER OFFICERS 

Basileus - Bro. Darryl Vaughn 

1st Vice Basileus - Bro. Dennids Dixon 

2nd Vice Basileus - Bro. Lonnie Manely 

Keeper of Records and Selas - Bro. Mark 

Packard 

Keeper of Finance - Bro. Larry Commander 

Dean of Pledgees - Bro. Johnnie Goodlet 

Assistant Dean of Pledgees - Bro. Kevin 

Lewis 

Historian - Bro. Baron Wilson 

Corresponding Secretary - Bro. Bleu Oliver 

Chaplin - Bro. Robert Ellis 

Keeper of Peace - Bro. Robby Williams 



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ADVISORS 
Bro. Nigel Ayton 
Bro. William Jackson 
Bro. William Green 

OTHER BROS. 
Aaron Whitfield 
Clyde Sherman 
Alvarez Abernathy 
Steve Gray 
Alfred Walker 
Gary McFadden 
Levi Courtney 
John Jaudon 
Anthony Herring 
Willie Boderick 
Darryl Watkins 



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Reginald Pincham - Pole March. Milton Ray Wiggins - Vice Pole March, Reginald C. Kelly - Dean of Pledgees. Ricky Wade - Keeper 
of Records, Donald S. Watson - Keeper of Exchequer, William Stewart - Stratequs, Ricky Wooten - Assistance Keeper of the 
Records. Pete Smith - Lieutenant Stratequs, Bill Tibbs - Co Dean of Pledgees. Advisor - Joseph T. Majors 



Marcus Morgan 

Jerry Canty 

Danny Davis 

Frank Reid 

Scott Ellis 

Robert Davis 

Brooks Clay Baker 

Terrence Mitchell 



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DRUM MAJOR Gregory Lee 
Beverly Briggman, Edna Timmons, Avis Mitchell, 
Catrina Glover, Beverly Woods, Karen Sharp, Kim 
Dawson, Alaine Bayless. Bonnie Gales, Misheria 
Stanley, Janie Mae Stevenson, Cheryl Walker. 
Phyllis Thropmorton, Kim Peterson, Lana Boulware, 
Renee Carter, Michelle Dixon. Rita Edwards, Tina 
Johnson, Anita Price, Shenita Webb, Shelia 
Williams, Byron Lesane, Keith Morton, Renee 
Cooley, Sylvester Scipio, Shelia Taylor, Alicia 
Pickney, Beulah Winslow, Tony Scott. Cathy Carter, 
Rogina Deas, Holly McClain, Douglas Calhoun, 
Elton Yancey, Barry Cole, David Alston. 




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President - Ervin Gourdine, Vice-President - Charell McClinton, Secretary - Nancy Mark (not pictured), Assistant Secretary 

- Ramona Dubose, Director of Program and Public Relations - Dede Gwehi, Assistant Director - Phyllis Tucker, Treasurer 

- Charlton McCullough, Rosalyn Webb. 




Detra Henry, Toni Moore, Tanya Ward, Celeste Knox, Diane Watkins 



Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 




Willie Bodrick. Mr, Ruben Mines. Advisor, Rosalyn Webb. 



Honors Program 




Kneeling: Herbert White. Rhonda Bridges, Uriah Scott, Standing: Arthur Wilson, Debra Billie, Celeste Knox, Detra Henry, Odyssey 
Leach, Charles Mason, Elizabeth Simmons, NOT PICTURED: Karen Griffin, Cheryl Owens. Bartholomew Jackmon, Brenda Harris. 
Phyllis Throckmorton, Connie Thunderburk. 




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George Washington, Randy White, Michael Rogers, Darryi Medley, Tony Scott, Keith Smith, Delious Thompson, Michael Paramour, Andre Ganther, Jeffrey 
Simmons, Virgil Norris, John Dolby, Tony Smith, Blane Roberts. 




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1981 Johnson C. Smith Golden Bull Roster 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Yr. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


'91 


James Mclver 


DL 


Ft 


6 


- 4 


238 


Pmc Knot. KY 


1 


Douglas Lunsford 


WR 


Fr 


6 


- 


170 


Durham, NC 


2 


Marcellus Strothers 


WR 


Fr 


5 


-11 


160 


Willingboro, NJ 


3 


Charles Brooks 


DB 


Fr 


5 


- 8 


160 


Buffalo. NY 


4 


Curtis Perry 


WR 


Fr 


6 





170 


Charlotte. NC 


5 


Ben Smith 


WR 


Fr 


5 


11 


167 


Colbert. GA 


10 


Anthony Wicker 


K/P 


Soph 


6 


2 


200 


Greeneville. SC 


11 


Calvin Goss 


QB 


Soph 


6 





190 


Atlanta, GA 


12 


Eddie Glaze 


QB 


Fr 


6 


2 


180 


Ashevillc, NC 


14 


John Henry Thomas 


QB 


Jr 


6 


2 


193 


Hartsdale. NY 


15 


Hubert Jewsome 


QB 


Jr 


6 


3 


200 


Atlanta. GA 


18 


Keith Harris 


QB 


Fr 


6 





174 


Decatur. GA 


19 


Vince Casey 


WR 


Soph 


5 


7 


153 


Columbia. SC 


20 


Barney Anderson 


RB 


Fr 


6 





195 


Ft Wayne. IN 


21 


Donald Sellers 


DB 


Jr 


5 


10 


165 


Greensboro. NC 


23 


Darryl Wesley 


RB 


Fr 


5 


7 


163 


Washington. DC 


24 


James Robert 


LB 


Fr 


6 


2 


210 


Washington. DC 


25 


Alveraz Abernathy 


DB 


Soph 


6 





185 


Charlotte. NC 


27 


James Hunter 


DB 


Fr 


5 


11 


170 


Charlotte. NC 


28 


Bamngton Stevens 


DB 


Soph 


6 


1 


190 


Buffalo. NY 


29 


Harold Amos 


DB 


Soph 


5 


10 


163 


Atlanta. GA 


30 


Dennis Holden 


FB 


Fr 


6 


2 


225 


Washington. DC 


31 


Stephen Gray 


DB 


Soph 


6 





185 


Arlington, VA 


32 


Wilbert Mapp 


FB 


Fr 


6 





201 


Asheville, NC 


33 


Garrett Skeleton 


RB 


Fr 


5 


7 


190 


Norwood. NC 


34 


Willie Burwell 


DE 


Ft 


6 


3 


215 


Oxford. NC 


36 


Willie Bodrick 


DB 


Jr 


5 


10 


160 


Orangeburg, SC 


37 


Jeff Steele 


FB 


Sr 


5 


11 


229 


Mt, Gilcad. NC 


38 


Brian Howell 


LB 


Ft 


6 


1 


195 


Baltimore. MD 


40 


Calvin McGill 


RB 


Soph 


5 


10 


165 


Hickory. NC 


41 


Howard Kane 


RB 


Fr 


5 


11 


180 


Baltimore. MD 


42 


Melford King 


RB 


Soph 


6 





183 


Mt, Clemens. Ml 


43 


Earnest Whaley 


RB 


Fr 


5 


6 


181 


Columbia. SC 


44 


Donnie Brown 


LB 


Fr 


6 


3 


210 


Atlanta. GA 


45 


Allen Flemening 


DB 


Fr 


6 


2 


205 


Camden. NJ 


46 


Kenny Spencer 


FB 


Fr 


6 


3 


205 


Badin. NC 


47 


Stephonc Jones 


LB 


Fr 


5 


11 


203 


Atlanta. GA 


48 


Marlon Smith 


RB 


Fr 


6 


2 


190 


Detroit. Ml 


49 


Reggie Wilson 


LB 


Jr 


6 


3 


226 


Bartimore. MD 


50 


Wayne Tillerson 


LB 


Fr 


6 


2 


214 


Washington. DC 


51 


Richard Shankle 


C 


Soph 


6 


3 


224 


Norwood. NC 


52 


Jeffrey Turner 


LB 


Soph 


6 


1 


220 


Petersburg. VA 


53 


Charles Brumfield 


C 


Fr 


6 


2 


220 


Detroit. Ml 


54 


Craig Warren 


LB 


Fr 


6 


1 


220 


Camden. NJ 


55 


Stephone Darby 


LB 


Soph 


6 


2 


230 


Columbia. SC 


56 


Kelvin Davis 


OG 


Fr 


6 


2 


214 


E Orange. NJ 


58 


Joe Farrow 


LB 


Fr 


6 


3 


221 


Chapel Hill. NC 


60 


Alfonzo Ham 


DB 


Fr 


6 


4 


205 


Merritt Island. FL 


61 


Reginald Scott 


DE 


Fr 


6 


2 


225 


Los Angeles. CA 


62 


Ray Louis 


OG 


Fr 


6 


2 


227 


Darlington. SC 


63 


John Dowdell 


LB 


Fr 


6 


2 


200 


Detroit. Ml 


65 


Reginald Williams 


DL 


Soph 


6 


2 


247 


Atlanta. GA 


67 


Willie Hughes 


OG 


Soph 


6 





230 


Miami. FL 


68 


Ralph Williams 


DL 


Fr 


6 


2 


195 


Merritt Island. FL 


69 


Andre Bradley 


OG 


Fr 


6 


3 


230 


Knoxville. TN 


70 


James Hairston 


OT 


Jr 


6 


2 


240 


Welch. WV 


71 


Kenneth Jones 


OT 


Soph 


6 


2V2 


270 


Shady Valley. AL 


72 


Theodore Webster 


DT 


Jr 


6 


2 


250 


Spindale. NC 


73 


Daryl Kornegay 


DT 


Jr 


6 


2V2 


235 


Silver Springs. MD 


74 


Theodore Purdie 


OT 


Sr 


6 


4V2 


275 


Jamaica. NY 


75 


Alvin Ellington 


DT 


Soph 


6 


4 


230 


Atlanta. GA 


76 


Dorsey Shoultz 


DT 


Soph 


6 


3 


257 


Camden. NJ 


77 


Ray Ellis 


OT 


Sr 


6 


2 


250 


Atlantic City. NJ 


78 


Herbert Drayton 


DT 


Fr 


6 


1 


250 


Charlotte. NC 


79 


Robert Wright 


OT 


Fr 


6- 


5V2 


285 


Washington. DC 


80 


Levi Courtney 


WR 


Soph 


6- 


3 


190 


Coco Beach. FL 


81 


Edward fvlcNeely 


TE 


Soph 


6- 


3 


217 


Charlotte. NC 


82 


Leonard Cruise 


DT 


Fr 


6- 


4 


225 


East St Louis. MO 


84 


Alvin Davis 


DL 


Fr 


6- 


2 


200 


New Orleans. LA 


85 


Maurice Farley 


DE 


Fr 


6- 


3 


211 


Atlanta. GA 


86 


Kenneth White 


WR 


Fr 


6- 


2V2 


170 


Ft Wayne. IN 


88 


Nathaniel McDowell 


WR 


Jr 


5- 


lO'/z 


182 


Merritt Island. FL 


99 


Anthony McClam 


OG 


Fr 


5- 


10 


221 


Chapel Hill. NC 




Robert Davis 


DB 


Fr 


5- 


11 


165 


Miami, FL 




Carl Williams 


Spec 


Fr 


5- 


9 


161 


Durham. NC 




Leon Scott 


DE 


Fr 


5- 


10 


172 


Sumpter, SC 




Johnny Blue 


RB 


Fr 


6- 


1 


185 


Durham NC 



Head Coach Wylic E Hams 

Assist Coaches William R Jackso 
Horace T Small 
Rudy Abrams 
Joe Crosby 
William Lide 
Moses Sharp 

Team Scouts Terry Bellamy 
Dwight Smith 

Managers Karen Jackson 
Marie Shields 

Trainers Michael Gathers 
Marcus Morgan 
Kelvin Hopkins 
Cornelius Simmoi 
Alfonzo Bradley 




Practice Makes Perfect . . . 




At Least That's What People Say, 




Behind, In Front, Beside The Team, 




The Coaches! 



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1981-82 MEN'S ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 



Name 


Height 


Weight 


Classification 


Position 


Hometown 


Bookman, Tracey 


5'8" 


160 


Sophomore 


Guard 


Houston, Texas 


Coley, Eric 


6 '8" 




Junior 


Center 


Mt. Vernon, N.Y. —Transfer 


Davis, Darryl 


6 '4" 


180 


Freshman 


Guard 


Houston, Tex 


Dunson, Robert 


5' 11" 


160 


Sophomore 


Guard 


Pittsburg. Pa. 


Flores, Phillip 


6'3" 


190 


Senior 


Guard 


Houston, Tex. 


Foster. Gene 


6 '8" 


190 


Freshman 


Forward 


Tucahoe. NY. 


George. James 


6 '9" 


220 


Senior 


Center 


Tampa, Fla. 


Horrell, Daren 


5' 10" 


165 


Freshman 


Guard 


Columbia, Missouri 


Jackson, Donald 


6 '3" 


190 


Junior 


Guard 


Winston-Salem. N.C. 


Matthews. Ronnie 


6 '2" 


172 


Freshman 


Guard 


Rockville, Md. 


McGruder. Roosevelt 


6 '6" 


180 


Junior 


Forward 


Houston. Tex 


Murphy, Anthony 


6 '5" 


183 


Freshman 


Forward 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


Oliver, Larcell 


6 '7" 


210 


Senior 


Forward 


Leesburg, Va. 


Park, Darin 


6'1V2" 


162 


Freshman 


Guard 


Wilmington, Del, 


Park, Devin 


6'2V2" 


160 


Freshman 


Guard 


Wilmington, Del. 


Rousey, John 


6'0" 


160 


Freshman 


Guard 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Samuels, Carleton 


6 '3" 


180 


Freshman 


Guard 


Mount Vernon, N.Y. 


Singleton. Michael 


6 '4" 


196 


Junior 


Forward 


Houston. Tex. 


Smith, Phillip 


6'7'/2" 


205 


Freshman 


Center 


Houston. Tex. 


Strothers, John 


6 '2" 


160 


Junior 


Guard 


Pittsburgh. Pa. — Transfer 


Tibbs, William 


6 '6" 


205 


Senior 


Forward 


Elmsford, NY. 


Wood, Kenneth 


6' 41/2" 


205 


Sophomore 


Forward 


Norfolk, Va. 



Houstons Solution 




Phil Flores G 

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Larcell Oliver 


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Hometown 


Alexander, Marsha 


6'0 


180 


Junior 


Center, Forward 




N. Wilkesboro, NC 


Banks, Unithia 


5'9 


150 


Freshman 




Forward 




Richmond, VA 


Coffey, Vanessa 


5'8 


130 


Freshman 




Forward 




Monroe, NC 


Day, Veronica 


6'3 


145 


Freshman 


Center Forward 




Durham, NC 


Goode, Sheryl 


5'11 


140 


Freshman 


Center Forward 




<ings Mountain. NC 


Johns, Odelia 


5'5 


125 


Freshman 




Guard 




Danville, VA 


McMillian, Rhonda 


5'8 


125 


Freshman 




Forward 




Washington, DC 


Montgomery, Arlene 


5'6 


150 


Freshman 




Forward 




Columbia, SC 


Quick, Vernita 


5'4 


130 


Freshman 




Guard 




Durham, NC 


Richardson, Patricia 


5'8 


150 


Freshman 




Forward 




Danville, NC 


Smith, Charlotte 


5'4 


140 


Freshman 


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Miami, FL 


Taylor, Barbara 


5'4 


120 


Freshman 




Guard 




Brooklyn, NY 


Taylor, Crystal 


5'8 


130 


Freshman 




Forward 




Washington, DC 


Truesdale, Chanda 


5'7 


140 


Junior 




Forward 




Charlotte, NC 


Washington, Phyllis 


5'9 


150 


Junior 




Forward 




Barnwell. SC 


Wilder, Lillian 


5'4 


115 


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Guard 




Durham, NC 


Steve Joyner 






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1st row: Charles Washington, Benjamin Galluman, Betty Parrish, Marshall Carter, Rochelle Fisher. Gary Mines. Cynthia McNeil. Harold Amos. Marvin Whitehurst 
2nd row: Jerome Forney, Stephone Darby, Reginald Wilson, Calvin Goss. Diane Thomas, Charles Smith. Reggie Bodrick, Darryl Murphy, 3rd row: Harry 
Hall. Lee Williamson, Manry Isley. Perry Brown. Grady Chambers. Willie Hicks, Tommy Boozer, Reginald McConnell. Vince Casey. 4th row: Tommy Poindexter, 
Assistant Coach, Ronald Harrison, Calvin Merritt. John Jaundon, Clyde Sherman, Micheal Davis. Barry Stevenson. Steven Thornhill, Anthony Sullivan, ano 
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Cross Country Team 




3rd Place NAIA District 26 Champs F. R. Charles Smith, Benjamin Galluman. Lee Williamson, Grady Chambers, Perry Brown, Anthony Sullivan. B. R. 
Marvin Whitehurst, Diane Thomas. Maury Isley. Reggie Bodrick, and Rochelle Fisher. 









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One of the most significant events 
during the Homecoming Week is the 
Parade. This event presented beautiful 
floats, cars, and plenty pretty girls. The 
1981-82 parade v^^as a big success, 
pleasing all involved and those that just 
came to watch. 





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The occasion of Homecoming is waited 
upon and worked on for many months before 
the actual day. Therefore the students, 
faculty, and friends all turn out for the festive 
activity. The Parade is welcomed by all giving 
each organization the chance to display their 
beautiful Queens, while local merchants and 
clubs join in Smith's celebration. The game 
is most important, this year Johnson C. Smith 
battled the Eagles of North Caroline Central. 



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Ms. Stephanie McLeod 



Sunday Mornings are always hard 
to make it to church, but the Sunday 
after Homecoming, almost impossible. 
However a few people (students) came 
out tor the traditional Homecoming 
service. Of course the Old Heads, Oops 
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Melody Donald, Miss J.C.S.U. 1981-82 was crowned November 6, 
1981. by former Queen Gracie Pemberton. The Coronation theme, 
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different wines and cheeses, and all feel that this 
activity should be held again next year. 



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Marilyn Nicholas 
Ms Sophomore Class 



LaDonna Morehead 
Ms. Omega Psi Phi 




Ophelia Millings 
Ms. Senior Class 



Gail McFadden 
Ms. Junior Class 



Queens 




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Vickie Rucker 
Pan Hellenic Council 



Nanette Smith 
Ms. Groove Phi Groove 



Beer . . . Free Beer 




Homecoming 




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Anita McDowell 
Ms. Berry Hall 



Diane Watkins 
Ms. Alpha Phi Alpha 




Crystal Withrow 
Ms. SNCAE 



Cheryl Tripp 
Ms. Health and Physical Ed. 




Angela Henley 
Ms. Alpha Phi Omega 



Ursula Hooper 
Ms. Myers Hall 




Denise Grier 
Ms. Smith Hall 



Gardenia Johnson 
Ms. R.W. Johnson Choir 



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Ms. Sanders Hall 



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Ms. MENC 




Renee Harris 
Ms. LIston Hall 



Charmaine Cammack 
Ms. Female Cottage 




Sheila Tyson 
Ms. YWCA 



Cheryl Vaughn 
Ms. Student Alumni 




Angela Bullock 
Ms. Phi Beta Sigma 



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Delta Sigma Theta 



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WANDA WILSON 



MY roots as Miss Yearbook became planted early last 
fall with staff elections. I of course was filled with anticipation, 
excitement, and joy. Soon I calmed and realized tfiat I only 
wanted to do everything possible to represent my 
organization well. Like all things, there is a beginning and 
an end and so has my reign. The profits from my investment 
have been many. In closing I want to thank the staff for their 
support and love. 

Love peace and happiness always, 
Wanda Michelle Wilson 
Miss Yearbook 1981-82 







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Senior Directory 



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Gina Gerosa Allen 

31 Smith Street 

Amityville, New York 1107 

Biology 

Activities: None 

Jewel Yoette Alston 

Rt. 1, Box 28 

Awendaw. S. C^ 29429 

Communication Arts 

Activities: Freshmen Choir, Women's Softball & Basketball, Newspaper 

Staff, Freshmen Class Reporter 
Terrell N, Alston 
8272 Forrest Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19150 
Social Work 
Activities; SCA Vice President, University Choir. R W Johnson Spiritual 

Choir, Sociology/Social Work Club, Library Club, Orientation 

Committee, New Sensations, NAACP 
Sheila Diane Altman 
410 Birch Street 
Smithfield, North Carolina 
Sociology 

Activities: Sociology/Social Work Club 
Vonnie Anderson 

Winnsboro, South Carolina 29180 
Political Science 
Activities: None 
Zonderner Anderson 
307 Prince Street 

Georgetown, South Carolina 29440 
Social Work 

Activities: Social Work Club 
Ingrid Y. Austin 
27 Perry Avenue 
Greenville, South Carolina 29601 
Accounting 
Activities: None 

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Gibson D. Barika 

6 Obaziolu Street 

Diobu Port Harcourt Rivers State. Nigeria 

Biology/Chemistry 

Activities: None 

Phyllis L. Battle 

226 Wilson Street 

Lenoir, North Carolina 28645 

Health/Physical Education 

Activities, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

Pearl E. Beane 

Rt, 5, Box 312 Z 

Richmond, Virginia 23231 

General Business 

Activities: Student Alumni Association, University Band, Business Club, 

Miss Student Alumni. Miss Alpha Omicron for Alpha Phi Alpha 

Fraternity 
A sa Eric Bennett 
1591 Bruckner Boulevard 
New York, New York 
Business Administration 
Activities: Football Team 
Elizabeth Blackman 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Education 
Activities: SNCEA 
Willie Bodrick 
Rt, 1. Box 1595 
Orangeburg. South Carolina 
Sociology 
Activities: President of Student Government Association. Football Team. 

Football Team Captain. NAACP. Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society. 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Student Alumni Association, Who's 

Who Among College and Universities 
Marvin Boyd 
Chester, South Carolina 
General Science 
Activities: University Choir, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, NAACP, Student 

Alumni Association. Election Comm.. Student Onentation Comm. 



Ecclesiastes Brandon 

724 East Avenue 

Henderson, North Carolina 27536 

Early Childhood Education 

Activities: Teacher Education Council, SNCEA, Junior Class Fund Raising 
Chairperson, Student Union Committee 

Rhonda Bridges 

336 Atlanta Avenue 

Rocky Mount, North Carolina 27801 

Communication Arts/Business 

Activities: Editor-ln-Chief Yearbook, Outstanding Young Women of America, 
Who s Who Among Colleges and Universities, National Dean's 
List, Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, Alpha Chi National 
Honor Society, Corresponding Secretary SGA, Freshman Class 
Secretary, Vice President Sophomore Class, Orientation 
Committee Chairperson, Miss Yearbook, Miss 1906 for Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternity 

Thomas E. Brodie 

Rt, 2, Box 76 

Franklinton, North Carolina 27525 

Biology 

Activities: Vice President Junior Class, University Choir. New Sensation, 
President Library Club. Student Alumni. Ira Alridge Drama Guild 

Pamela Brown 

Durham, North Carolina 

Accounting 

Activities: J. C, Smith University Band 

Sharon Brown 

Bolton. North Carolina 

Marketing 

Activities: None 

Michael Buck 

Hollywood. South Carolina 

Biology 

Activities: University Choir, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 

Carolyn D. Burns 

2725 Gilmer Avenue 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27105 

Psychology 

Activities: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. University Band. Library Club, Psychology 
Club, Pan Hellenic Council Secretary, Secretary Senior Class, 
Honors Program, Softball Team 

Bobbie Jean Bush 

208 Hoover Street 

Belzoni, Mississippi 

Early Childhood Education 

Activities: SNCEA 

Kathy L Byrd 

333 Fannie Circle 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Social Work 

Activities: Social Work Club 

Valjean L. Byrd 

2920 Bainbridge Drive 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 

Social Work 

Activities: University Band. Social Work Club 

Vivian A. Byrd 

2813 Golden Street 

Raleigh. North Carolina 27610 

Economics/Business 

Activities: Secretary for Tau Beta Chi Business Honor Society. Alpha Kappa 
Mu National Honor Society. Alpha Chi National Honor Society, 
Who's Who Among Colleges and Universities 

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Charmaine Cammack 

4909 Cypress Shores Drive 

New Bern, North Carolina 28560 

General Business 

Activities: Business Club, Tau Beta Chi Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Nu 

National Honor Society, Alpha Chi National Honor Society. 
Benjamin Atmos Chasten 
402 Franklin Street 
Mount Olive. North Carolina 28365 
Health/Physical Education 
Activities: Student Union Assistant 
Anthony Reynard Chinnis 
1022 Main Ashleyville 
Charleston. South Carolina 29407 



Communications 

Activities Freshman Gospel Choir, University Choir, Alpha Phi Alpha 

Fraternity, Corresponding Secretary Union Board, Orientation 

Committee, Pan Hellenic Council Treasurer 
Rodney C. Clark 
27 S Street N, W, 
Washington. D, C, 
Communication Arts 
Activities: University Newspaper 
Hilton N. Cobb 
Rt. 1. Box 306 

Fountain. North Carolina 27829 
Accounting 

Activities: Library Club. Business Club. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
Larry Commander 
Rt, 2, Box 85 

Lynchburg, South Carolina 29080 
Business/Marketing 
Activities: University Band, Library Club, Business Club, Omega Psi Phi 

Fraternity 
Veronica Connell 
West Indies 
Political Science 

Activities: Political Science Club, First Attendant to Miss Freshman class 
Judiet V. Cooper 
1311 Center Street 
Kingstree, South Carolina 
Psychology 

Activities Clean Up Committee 
Joyce Covington 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Sociology 
Activities: Bullettes 
Shelley J. Crone 
1616 Brockett Avenue 
High Point, North Carolina 
Social Work 

Activities Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Social Work Club 
Katherine J. Curtis 
189 Bay Street 
Spnngfield, Massachusett 
Business 
Activities: Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class Treasurer, President 

Library Club, SCA Corresponding Secretary, Orientation 

Committee, Library Club 

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Patncia Ann Davidson 

2526 Druid Hills Drive 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27105 

Business 

Activities: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Library Club 

Monica A. Daw/kins 

63 Kennedy Drive 

Nevif Britain, Connecticut 06051 

Psychology 

Activities: Freshman Gospel Choir, 2nd Attendant to Miss SCA, Miss Junior 
Class. R W Johnson Spiritual Choir, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

Antoinette Dixon 

210 Russell Road 

Hartsville, South Carolina 29550 

General Business 

Activities: University Band, Basketball Team, Business Club, Tau Beta Chi 
Honor Society 

Melody Reginia Donald 

1920 St, Louis Avenue 

Columbia, South Carolina 29204 

Biology/Chemistry 

Activities: Student Alumni, Yearbook Staff, Biology Club, Student 
Government Association, Dorm Counselor, Orientation Commit- 
tee, Who's Who Among Colleges and Universities, Miss Alpha 
Epsilon of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Sanders Hall Council, 
National Dean's List, MARC Honors Program, MBS, Outstanding 
Youth in America, International Youth in Achievement, Miss 
Johnson C, Smith University, Board of Trustees 

Joanne Mane Donaldson 

3951 Ames Street N, E, 

Washington, D, C. 

Accounting 

Activities: National Association of Black Accountants 

Prenabo Duke 

3 Bonny Close R. H. E, 

Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria 

Communication 



Activities: None 



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Derrick Antonio Eckles 
Rt. 3, Box 420 

Effingham, South Carolina 29541 
Business Administration 
Activities: SCA 
Ray Roscoe Ellis Jr. 
513 Michigan Avenue 
Atlantic City, Nev^i Jersey 
Physical Education 

Activities: Football Team, Cheerleader, Groove Phi Groove Social 
Fellowship, NAACP 

James C. Ennett 

117 Branton Street 

Brooklyn, New York 11236 

History 

Activities: Pan Hellenic President, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 

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Yusef D'Rone Fife 

1113 Dudley Avenue 

Utica, New York 13501 

Math 

Activities: Prudential Scholar 

Edgar E. Fleming 

1012 Parkwood Avenue 

Charlotte. North Carolina 

General Business 

Activities: None 

Theol Antonio Fleming 

1300 Standish Street 

Salisbury, North Carolina 

Business 

Activities: SCA, University Band, Library Club, Vice President Library Club 

Nadine Yvette Ford 

Rt. 6. Box 535 

Madison Heights. Virginia 24572 

General Business 

Activities: Library Club. Student Alumni Association 

Roderick A. Fryer 

221 Bluff Dhve 

Greenville. South Carolina 29605 

Sociology 

Activities: SGA. SCA, Library Club, Sociology Club, Orientation Committee, 

University Choir, New Sensation, Drama Club, Homecoming 

Committee 

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Theresa J. Gaston 

1315 Stevens Road S. E. 

Washington, D. C. 

Accounting 

Activities: NABA Vice President, President of Graduation Committee Tau 

Beta Chi, Pom Pon Girl, Freshman, L 
Darlene Jonel Glidewell 
11 High Street 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 
Communications 
Activities: None 
Sharon Denise Gober 
Rt. 5, Box 321 -G 
Shelby, North Carolina 28150 
General Business 
Activities: None 
Dorothy Prettina Graham 
1716 Gavin Drive 
High Point, North Carolina 
Early Childhood Education 
Activities: SNCAE 
Cathy A. Graves 
311 E. McAden Street 
Graham, North Carolina 25253 
Social Work 
Activities: Junior Class Secretary, Secretary Social Work/Sociology Club, 

Miss White Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Yearbook Staff 



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James H, Hairston Jr. 
18 Beech Street 



Welch. West Virginia 

Health/Physical Education 

Activities: Football Team 

Leroy A, Harden 

6612 Valley Park Road 

Seat Pleasant, Maryland 

Social Work 

Activities: Orientation Committee, Pan Hellenic, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, 

Social Work/Sociology Club, Junior Class President, University 

Band, Stage Band. Resident Assistance 
Cheryl Denise Hardin 
1138 Calhoun Street 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 
Business Administration 
Activities: Business Club 

Richard Curtis Kippling Harkness 

4220 Highland Park Dr. 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Urban Studies 

Activities: Sw/imming Team, Marching Band, University Choir. NAACP. 

Homecoming Committee. 
Roxann L, Harris 
2641 Birney Place S. E. Apt 242 
Washington. D. C, 
Business Administration 

Activities: Dormitory Counselor. NABA Treasurer 
Cathy P. Hines 
436 Carolina Avenue 
Rocky Mount. North Carolina 
Social Work 

Activities: Social Work Club 
Debra Howell 

Kings Mountain. North Carolina 
Business Administration 
Activities: Tau Beta Chi National Honor Society 

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Alison Jackson 

High Point. North Carolina 

Business Administration 

Activities: Basketball Team 

Sheila A. Jeffer 

Rt. 5. Box 247 

Roxboro. North Carolina 27573 

Communication 

Activities: None 

Lynda Yvonne Jessup 

1958 Kerner Road 

Kernersville. North Carolina 27284 

Accounting 

Activities: Bullettes. NABA 

Rochele Johnson 

Columbia. South Carolina 

Political Science 

Activities: Vice-President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Pan-Hellenic 

Council. Cheerleader 
Brenda J. Jones 
2516 Burns Street S, E. 
Washington. D. C. 20020 
Business Administration 
Activities: Business Club 
Sheila Jones 
P, O Box 247 
Medford. New York 
Business 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Cheerleader. Miss Sanders Hall 
Vanessa R. Jones 
326 Piney Green Road 
Midway Park. North Carolina 
Social Work 
Activities: Reporter Duke Hall. Social Work Club 

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Teresa A. Kale 

112 Avenue D 

Darlington. South Carolina 

Sociology 

Activities: Sociology Club. Yearbook Staff 

Reginald C. Kelly 

160-31 119th Road 

Jamaica. New York 

Psychology 

Activities: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 



Sonya Kirksey 

Charlotte. North Carolina 

Communication 

Activities: University Student News Staff 

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Robert Lane 

Rocky Mount. North Carolina 

Communication 

Activities: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. University Newspaper Staff 

Odyssey Leach 

P. 0. Box 542 

Rowland. North Carolina 28383 

Economics 

Activities: Honors Program. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. Alpha Chi 
Honor Society. National Dean s List. President R W Johnson 
Spiritual Choir. Who's Who Among Colleges and Universities. Tau 
Beta Chi Business Honor Society 

Brenda Paula Lewis 

112 Russell Street 

Greenwood. South Carolina 29646 

Music Education 

Activities: University Band. University Choir 

Juanita Lloyd 

Pinehurst. North Carolina 

Social Welfare 

Activities: Alpha Phi Omega Phiettes 

Chalmers D. Lowery II 

Rt. 1. Box 68 

Pageland. South Carolina 

Marketing/Urban Studies 

Activities: Vice-President of Alpha Phi Alpha 

Louis Lowery 

760 Ferrell Court Apt 4 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 27101 

Marketing 

Activities: Basketball Team. Athletic Committee 

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Jeffery Mahan 

Martinsville. Virginia 

Political Science 

Activities: None 

Felicia Majors 

Greenville. South Carolina 

Sociology 

Activities: None 

lantha Jane Maness 

409 York Avenue 

Kannapolis. North Carolina 

General Business 

Activities: Business Club 

Darlene K, Meadows 

3008 Matthews Drive 

Gastonia. North Carolina 28052 

Early Childhood Education 

Activities: SNCAE 

Yolanda Renee McDade 

1 Parade Place 

Brooklyn. New York 11226 

Social Work 

Activities: Sociology/Social Work Club. Lyceum Dance Club. Hospitality 

Committee. Union Program Board 
Gail McFadden 
Union. South Carolina 
Sociology 
Activities: Miss Junior Class. Honors Program, Alpha Kappa Mu National 

Honor Society. Alpha Chi National Honor Society 
Gary McFadden 
501 Stark Street 
Sumter. South Carolina 29150 
Physical Education 
Activities: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Physical Education Club. SGA Vice 

President 
Dupont McWhite 
Florence. South Carolina 
Activities: None 
Ophelia Millings 
P. O, Box 494 

Winnsboro. South Carolina 29180 
Marketing 
Activities: Pom Pon Girl. Treasurer of the Business Club. Miss Nu tor Kappa 

Alpha Psi Fraternity. Miss Senior Class 



Wendy Morgan 

New Rochelle, New York 

Computer Science 

Activities: Yearbook Staff. Union Program Board, Sigma Phi Rho Rose, 

Prudential Scfiolar 
Greg Motley 

Charlotte, Nortti Carolina 
Business Administration 
Activities: None 

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Vanessa Faye Nicholson 
1002 Desmond Street 
KInston, North Carolina 28501 
General Business 

Activities: President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Representative to Pan 
Hellenic Council. NAACP 

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Blanche M. Odom 

Rt. 1, Box 104 

Bamberg. South Carolina 29003 

Psychology 

Activities: Freshman Class Choir 

Larcell Oliver 

225 South King Street 

Leesburg. Virginia 

Communication 

Activities: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Basketball Team 

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Patricia Ann Peek 

Post Oak 2 Westclitfs 

Salisbury. North Carolina 28144 

General Business 

Activities: Yearbook Staff, Reporter for Sanders Hall. Groove Phi Groove 

Precious Gem. Senior Class Corresponding Secretary 
Terry A. Peterson 
Rt. 1, Box 730 

Bladenboro. North Carolina 28320 
General Business 

Activities: Business Club. Library Club 
Eric Lionell Petree 
1980 7th Avenue 
New York. New York 10026 
Business 
Activities: None 
Reginald T. Pincham 
109-19 173 Street 
New York, New York 11433 
Marketing 

Activities: Pole Mark Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Pan-Hellenic Council 
Stanette Adhenne PInnIx 
936 Carriage Loop Road 
Burlington. North Carolina 27215 
Psychology 
Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. President of Pan Hellenic Council 

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Patrice Darlette Rice 

827 Woodcote Street 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 

General Business 

Activities: None 

Bobble Roberts 

700 Eagle Road 

KInston. North Carolina 28501 

Early Childhood Education 

Activities: First Attendant to Miss Senior Class. Miss Duke Hall. President 

Female Cottage. Lyceum Dance Group. Secretary SNCAE 
Deborah L, Roberts 
Rt 4. Box 2 

Fairmont. North Carolina 28340 
Sociology 
Activities: Sociology/Social Work Club, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Vice 

President Pan Hellenic Council, Secretary Pan Hellenic 
William Roberts 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Activities: None 
Shirley Ann Robertson 
201 Lambert Street 



Reidsville, North Carolina 27320 

General Business 

Activities: None 

Terence A. Robinson 

2336 Olando Street 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Computer Science 

Activities: University Choir, R W Johnson Spiritual Choir, New Sensations, 

SCA, SCjA, Math/Physlcs/Computer Science Club, University 

Band 
Robert Rutfin 
Petesburg, Pennsylvania 

Activities: President of Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship 
Ten Rylander 
1471 N, Wilton Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Communications 
Activities: Miss R W Johnson Splntual Choir, Director and Vice President 

R W Johnson Spiritual Choir, First Attendant to Miss Student 

Chnstlan Association, Dormitory Counselor, Alpha Phi Alpha 

Court 

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Roderick L Sanders 

311 Oak Street 

Smithfield, North Carolina 

Economics/Banking/Finance 

Activities: Treasurer of Tau Beta Chi Honor Society, Honor Roll 

Janice G. Sanker 

1226 Eaton Road S E 

Washington, D. C. 20020 

Business Administration 

Activities: Business Club, Pom Pon Girl, Delta Sigma Theta Sorohty 

Regina Lee Scott 

601 Grantland Drive 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27610 

General Business/Marketing 

Activities: R W Johnson Spiritual Choir, Yearbook Staff, Secretary Sanders 

Hall, Guide for Careers Day, Promotion Chairperson of Senior 

Class 
Donald Barnard Sellers 
509 W Terrell Street 
Greensboro, North Carolina 27406 
Health/Physical Education 

Activities: President Health/Physical Education Club, Football Team 
Angel L. Shands 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Communication Arts 
Activities: None 
Maner A. Shields 
270 Woodland Street 
Southern Pines, North Carolina 28387 
Communications 

Activities: Trainer of the Football Team 
Carolyn Rena Simmons 
1775 Savage Road 
Charleston, South Carolina 29407 
Biology 
Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, University Choir, Counselor, Pan 

Hellenic Representative 
Louis Simmons Jr 
2011 Naylor Road S E 
Washington, D, C- 
Communications 
Activities: President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Yearbook Staff, 

University Choir. SGA. SCA. New Student Onentation Comm.. 

Union Program Board. Vice-President of the Senior Class. 

Chairperson of Activities for the Senior Class. Chairperson of 

Public Relation for SGA, Parliamentarian. University Student 

News Staff- 
Rose Singletary 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
Sociology 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
Peter Smith Jr 
Mt, Clemens, Michigan 
Communications 

Activities: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Basketball Team 
Gail Sneed 

Oxford, North Carolina 
Communication 
Activities: None 
Perry E. Solice Jr 
418 McKoy Street 



Clinton, North Carolina 28328 

Biology 

Activities: MBS Research Program. MARC Research Program, Beta Kappa 

Chi Pre-Med Club 
Larry D. Staley 
633 E 6th Street 
Business Administration 
Activities: None 
Jeffrey J. Steele 
P O Box 464 

Mt. Gilead, North Carolina 27306 
General Business 
Activities: Football Team 
Nancy A, Stokes 
308 Campus Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 28216 
Physical Education 
Activities: Physical Education Club, Lyceum Dance Group, First Attendant 

To Miss Johnson C Smith University 

Charles T. Summers 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
Health/Physical Education 
Activities: None 

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Kathy Anita Thomas 

2607 Brentwood Road N. E. 

Washington, D. C. 

Activities: Svnim Team, Newspaper Staff, Phi Beta Sigma Dove Court 

Debra Thompson 

Sumter, South Carolina 

General Business 

Activities: None 

Lillian R, Thompson 

Rt, 1, Box 32 

Carlisle, South Carolina 29031 

Accounting 

Activities: Alpha Chi Honor Society, NABA, Who s Who Among Colleges and 

Universities, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 
William H. Tibbs Jr 
75 N- Lawn Avenue 
Elmsford, New York 
Marketing 

Activities: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Basketball Team 
Edna J. Timmons 
521 N. Centennial Street 
High Point, North Carolina 27260 
Communications 

Activities: Pom Pon Girl, Track Team, Alpha Phi Omega Phiette 
Pamela N. Tinson 
1214 Trenton Place 
Washington, D, C. 
Communication Arts 
Activities: None 
Angel Renee Townsend 
1547 Piney Grove Road 
Lernersville, North Carolina 
History 

Activities: Bullettes 
Cheryl Tnpp 
Morehead, North Carolina 



Health/Physical Education 

Activities: Ms. Physical Education. Physical Education Club 

Phyllis Tucker 

4615 Hanna Place 

Washington, D C 20019 

Marketing 

Activities: Business Club 

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La Tanya Annette Waller 

60 Sylvan Drive 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Business Administration 

Activities: Basketball Team, Business Club 

Darren Watkins 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Marketing 

Activities: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Yearbook Staff, NAACP 

Donald Watson 

New York 

Psychology 

Activities: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 

Claudine LaFay Williams 

924 Second Avenue 

Smithfield, North Carolina 27577 

Marketing 

Activities: None 

Joseph Williams 

Rocky Mount, North Carolina 

Business Administration 

Activities: University Student News Staff 

Meta R, Williams 

3711 Kansas Avenue N, W, 

Washington, D. C. 

Economics 

Activities: Honors Program. National Deans List. Kappa Alpha Psi Court 

Robert E. Williams Jr 

5128 Hst S. E, 

Washington. D, C. 20019 

Communication Acts 

Activities: Varsity Swimmer. University Student Newspaper. News and 
Features Editor 

Sheila Williams 

4045 Martin Luther King Avenue S- W. 

Communication Arts 

Activities: Editor-ln-Chief University Newspaper. Senior Class Reporter 

Artis Winston 

527 llleagnes Road 

Raleigh. North Carolina 27603 

Accounting 

Activities: Miss Berry Hall. Alpha Chi Honor Society. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society. President Tau Beta Chi Honor Society. Second Attendant 
to Miss Listen Hall. Who s Who Among Colleges and Universities, 
Student Delegate for Alpha Chi National Honor Society. Treasurer 
Kappa Mu Honor Society 

Susie P- Wynn 

341 Atlantic Avenue 

Rocky Mount. North Carolina 27801 

Business 

Activities: Business Club 



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Completed, I don't know what I shall worry about now. Since being elected 
to the editorship last April, I've had a large problem filling an order for 1400 
books. Unique, all color pages, and at least 4 pictures of everybody. Well I 
did my best as you can see we got the 1400 books, some color pages and 
as many of your faces as possible. Unique, indeed because it's this years' 
book and 1982 will never come this way again. Thank You for letting me be 
your editor, friend, and classmate. I hope you will enjoy this production we 
worked hard and hope that you will keep in mind that we're just students like 
yourself, mistakes will be found and some pictures not to your liking however 
I'm sure you will be pleased overall. Special thanks to my staff, just to mention 
a few Wanda, Diann, Lonnie, Dexter, Michelle, Lana, Sylvester, Walter, Angela, 
Beulah, Sabrina, and my favorite artist in the world REGGIE. Thanks goes 
to special people on the outside they helped me through all the rough spots 
Linda, Phyllis and James. Thanks Anthony and Sarah who taught me all I know 
but left just enough unknown so that I would have to do it my way. Hey that's 
what this book is all about. I made it because of YOU. 



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