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PUBUSHED BY THE STUDENTS OF 



MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 




Calvert Davidson, Editor-in-Chief 
Charles Gould, Associate Editor 
Charis Crosse, Stajj Correspondent 
Franklin Muse, Sports Editor 
Loretta Smith, Features Editor 
Waverly V. Yates, Business Manager 
Samuel R. Quails, Associate Business Manage 
Joseph Satchell, Art Editor 
Leonard Wickes, Photographer 
Coleslee Wiggins, Photographer 
D. Hiawatha Burton, Lay-out Editor 
J. Leon Gates, Youra Quails, Thomas Wiles, Faculty Advisers] 



Princess Anne, Maryland 



IX APPRECIATION 



Remembrance of things past at Maryland State College begins with the 
vital, living present, for who we are nationwide is symbolized by a man 
keeping alive a tradition that has traveled the length and breadth of the land. 

A great metropolitan newspaper of our state hails him as "The Win- 
ningest Coach"; a governor praises the accomplished skill of players this man 
has coached to professional brilliance; the owner of one of the most out- 
standing professional football teams in the country says that the McCain- 
coached player always stands head and shoulders above the rank and file. 

To the man who has brought national renown to our college; who 
has planted in the hearts of ten proud teams the will to fight hard, to win 
and lose with grace on their road to championships; who, amidst honors 
and plaudits and victories, has practiced the ideals of service, simplicity, and 
humility so faithfully that every student at Maryland State College is inspired 
to emulation, the students of Maryland State College dedicate The Hawk, 
1960: 

Vernon E. "Skip" McCain 



One of the Winningest Grid Coaches 
in the Entire U.S. 



THE SUN. BALTIMORE. gfNDAY MORNING. nryOBER 
By William Tcmton 



Skip McCain Is Not Far Off 

Wilkinson's Pace — Has Had 
Four Unbeaten, Untied Teams 



SKIP'S 




PAGE 



Sun Salute 



In twelve years McCain's teams 
have sustained 83 wins, 12 losses, 
and 4 ties. He produced untied 
and undefeated teams in 1949, 
1950, 1951, and 1955. 

In 1954, Maryland State joined 
the Central Intercollegiate Ath- 
letic Association; in 1955 McCain 
led his team to the championship. 
Since 1954 the Hawks have par- 
ticipated in r^rvo bowl games, both 
in Miami. 



McCain brought two scintillat- 
ing AU-Americans to his coaching 
staff. Nay Taylor of Tennessee 
State and Earl Banks of Iowa 
(now Head Coach at Morgan 
State ) . He sent Vaughn to the 
Canadian Pros, Sample and Plun- 
kett to the World Champion 
Colts, Brown to the Detroit Lions, 
and Stan Jones to the American 
Football League. 



In his twelve years "Skip" has 
produced nine All-Americans — 
Sylvester Polk, Calvin Martin, 
Walter Robinson, William Jor- 
dan, Leon Wilson, Sherman Plun- 
kett, John Sample, Roger Brown 
and Vernon Vaughn. 



We salute our 
coach." 



wmnmgest 



The Skipper and Some Friends; In Rear, Ex-Hawk 
Coach, Morgan Head Coach Banks 



Relaxing with his all-time All-American 





THE PRESIDENT OF MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE: 
DR. JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 

Seventy years of existence and ten years of phenomenal growth were 
celebrated by Maryland State College in 1957, the tenth year of the able, 
dynamic administration of Dr. Williams, who has seen us grow in numbers 
and facilities, his task widening with the expansion of the College. Scholastic 
emphases, athletic emphases, a growing national reputation, the need for 
further expansion: These are institutional topics our President ponders as 
he asks: "Who are we of Maryland State College?" 




THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND: 
THE HONORABLE J. MILLARD LAWES 



Our College was honored by a visit from Maryland's First Citizen, 
Governor J. Millard Tawes, on December 5, 1959, the occasion being our 
First Annual Leadership Convocation. A notable gathering of Maryland 
citizens heard the Governor speak in tribute to our student leaders. 






Charles P. McCorniick 
Chairman 



Wilson H. Elkins 
Executive Officer 



B. Herbert Brown 
Secretary 




Edward F. Holter 
V. Chairman 





Harry H. Nuttle 
Treasurer 







Louis L. Kaplan 
Assistant Secretary 









C. Ewing Tuttle 



Thomas W. Pangborn 



Albin L. Aubinoe 




Enos S. Stockbridge 




Thomas B. Symons 




Edward S. Burke 
Assistant Treasurer 



Foreword 



Table of Contents 



Who are the men and women, students and 
teachers, of Maryland State College? What have we 
done? What do we cherish? What are our interests? 
How do we look to ourselves? What has been our 
history since the last time we recorded it in the 
pages of a year book? 

The Hawk staff invites you to learn through 
the media of picture and story what we have done 
this year. We are, as you will discover, a closely knit 
community of students and teachers, going about our 
daily tasks, studying, teaching, creating, working, wor- 
shipping, dreaming, relaxing, aspiring; in short, do- 
ing all those things that deepen into custom and tra- 
dition on every college campus in the land. 

"History repeats itself," is a very old saying. 
What justification exists for presenting a history 
which is a repetition of a twice-told tale? The main 
reason for this record of our life, so the editors be- 
lieve, is that while the setting may remain the same, 
the persons taking their places in the historical drama 
change and grow. It is for the individual member 
of each class, organization, and team that his par- 
ticular moment of Maryland State College history 
should be preserved; he is a person; he has an identity. 
In the hope that this edition of The Hawk shall 
speak personally to every member of the Maryland 
State College community, the editors present it to 
our family. 



In Appreciation 2 



Administration 1 



Faculty and Staff l4 



Seniors 32 



Juniors ._-- 46 



Sophomores 56 



Freshmen 



68 



Organizations 80 



Sports 



100 



Classroom Activities 112 



Features -- Hi 



We are . . . 
A Corps of 

Administrative Officers 




Administration 




Dr. James D Singletary 

Dean of the College is Dr. James D. Singletary, scholarly disciple of the real, not the popularized John Dewey. Hard-working 
Dean Singletary has impressed his mark of identity upon faculty and students who share his enthusiasm for good work, high 
standards, and professional growth. 




Miss Edith I. Gibbs 



Mr. Francis H. Harris 



Dean Edir.h I. Gibbs, monarch of the co-ed country 
bound not by Murphy Hall but the breadth and 
width of our college life, helps women students 
find their identity by wise counsel. "Women's I>ay," 
"Candlelight Service," and other traditions and use- 
ful organizations taken for granted now had their 
origin and growth in Dean Gibbs' mind and heart. 



The Good Dean! How well the title fits our calm, courteous 
Dean Francis H. Harris. Student Council Qirnivai, Student 
Counselors, Y.M.C.A., movies, Pre-Design-for-Living Days — 
all originated and vitalized by our unassuming Dean of Men 
to make our lives fuller and happier. 





Mrs. Ina Q, Steele 
Administrative Assistant to the President 



Mr. Sheridan A. Parks 
Business Manager 





Mrs Violet J. Wood 
Director of Admissions 



Dr. E. Worth ington Waters 
Director of Guidance 




Mrs. Olie A. Carpenter 
Librarian 



Reverend W. Tycer Nelson 

College Minister 

Professor of Socioloev 



Dr. Cecil A. DuVerney 
College Physician 



Mr. Charles C. Jacobs 
Public Relations and French 




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We ARE . 



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A Community OF 
Scholars 







Community 




Raymond P. Algatt, S.B., 
M.I.T., Mechanic Arts 



Louis G. Austin, BS., 
Howard; M.S., Ph.D., 
Ohio State; Biology 



Earl Banks, B.S:, Iowa; 

M.A., New York University; 

Physical Education 





R.H. Beasley, A.B., Fort 

Valley; M.A., Atlanta; 

Director of Maiiitcnanca 



Donald Blevins, Si;t., U.S. 
Airforce; AFROfC Staff 




Theodore Briggs, B.S., 

Hampton; M.S., Michigan; 

Mechanic Arts 



Abraham Brind, A.B., Clark { Mass. ) , 
M.S., Columbia; Physics 





William Clelland, B.S., 

Kentucky State; M.S., 

Ohio State; Mechanic Arts 



Elizabeth Cordery, 
Senior Typist 




Ethel S. Cottman, A.B., 
Delaware; English 



Louis W. Cracken, A.B., 

Arizona; M.A., Denver; 

Major, USAF; AFROTC Head 




Marian Cuyjet, Katherine 

Dunham School of Theater 

Arts; Ballet 



Carrie Dilworth, Secretary 
to tJje Dean 



Ella P. Doane 
Dormitory Matron 




Alethia A. Elps, A.B., 
M.A., Colunmbia; Home Economics 



Anne R. Fisher, R.N. 

College Nurse 




Bradley R. Foster, A.B., 
M.A., American University; 
Captain, USAF: AFROTC 



J. Leon Gates, A.B., 
Maryland State; Business Office 




Jason C. Grant, III, B.A., Virginia Union; 
M.L.S., Atlanta; Librarimi 



Sylvanus H. Hart, A.B., Howard; M.A., Columbia; Music 




William J, Hart, B.S., Ph.D., 
University of Maryland; Chemistry 




Freddyc E. M. Hill, B.S., Morgan; M.S., Penn State; 
Physical Education 



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Anne Howard, Secretary, Agric/tlt/ire-HoDie Ecunoiiiics 







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Cecelia E. Humphrey, B.S,, Iowa State C()llet;e, MA. 

Michigan, Ph.D., Cincinnati 

Head, Home Economics 




I. Virginia Jones, B.A., Hampton; M.A., Columbia; Business Education 



Lillian Jolley, Assistant Dean of Wo7nen 





T. Waldo Kiah, B.A., Morgan; M.Ed., Temple; Education 



I. W. Knight, B.S., North Carolina; Food Service 





Naomi Lawhorn, A.B., A. and T. (North Carolina), 
Senior Stenngruphcr 



Leo Ph. Lcdcrcr, The Sorboiine, Brussels; French jiid German 





M. H. Levine, B.S., Brooklyn; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia; English 



W. A. Low, A.B., Lincoln (Mo.) ; M.A., Ph.D., Iowa; 
Head, History and Social Sciences 





Claud C. Marion, B.S., Florida; M.S., Minnesota; 
Ph.D., Cornell; Agriculture 



Clarice J. Michaels, A.B., Ichaca; M.A., Northwestern 
Head, Music 





Doris J. Milbourne, 
Secretary, Business Office 



Grace S. Morton, B.S., Hampton; M.S., Iowa State; 
Home Economics Education 




Jimmie Moseley, B.A., Texas Soutliern; M.Ed.. 
Penn State; Art 



Elaine Newsome, A.D., Bennett; M.A., Howard; English 




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AFEAS OF OPPORTL'.'; 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING '^^ 

.POWER AMD MACHINERY 

FARM STRUCTURES 

AGRICLLTIRAL PROCf'^^INr- „ j^- ,._^, 
kRURAL ELECTRIFICATION j <5 ^ 

SOIL AND WATER MANAGEMENT fH '^-^ ? 





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Emanuel Nodel, A.B., Brooklyn; M.A., Ph.D., 
Indiana; History 



J. A. Oliver, B.S., Hampton; M.S., Iowa State; 
M.Ed., Ohio State; Agriculture 





Youra Quails, A.B,, Fisk; M.A., Ph.D., Radcliffe; 
Head, English and Languages 



Wilbur Ross, A.B., Baldwin-Wallace; Track Coach, 
Recreation Center Director 





Virginia Scrocco, A.B., College of St. Elizabeth; 
M.A., Columbia; Biology 



Frederick J. Smith, Sgt., USAF, AFROTC Staff 




Patricia E. R. Smith, B.S., Morgan; 
M.S., Bryn Mawr; Chemistry 



Mrs. Martha Knight, 
Clerk, Admissioits Office 

Joiin Southall, B.A., Morgan; M.A., 
Atlanta; Admissions Office 





Yvonne S. Spence, B.S., M.S., 
A. and T. (North Carolina) ; Mathematics 



Mary Stewart, Secretary, Mechanic Arts-Arts and 
Sciences -Guidance 





Charles O. Stout, A.B., Kansas; M.S., Ph.D., Indiana; 
Head, Mechanic Arts 



Vernon W. Stone, A.B., Central YMCA (Chicago) ; 
M.B.A., Chicago; Ph.D., California; Business Ed. 





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John V. Strickland, B.S., Rust; M.S., Massachusetts; 
Poultry Husbandry, Economics 




James A. Sullivan, Hampton; Mechanic Arts 




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Nathaniel C. Taylor, B.S., Tennessee 
A. and I.; M.A., Columbia; Physical 
Education. Assistant Dean of Men 



Richard Thomas, B.S., Cheyney; M.Ed., 
Penn State; Mechanic Arts 




Moses W. Vaughn, B.S., West Virginia State; M.S., 
Michigan State; Ph.D., Massachusetts; Agriculture , Chemistry 



Carl Wagner, B.S., Maryland; Horticulture 






Devenia Wallace, B.S., Princess Anne; M.S., 
Virginia State; Home Economics 



Dorothy Waters, A.B., Morgan; English 



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Harrison B. Watson, B.S.,S. C. State; M.S., Springfield 
( Mass. ) ; Head, Health and Physical Ed. 




Thomas S. Wiles, New York School of 
Photography; Photography 




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Thomas B. Wilburn, B.A., Ohio State; Business Office 



Furman S. Williams, B.S., South Carolina State; M.Ed., 
University of Pennsylvania; Mechanic Arts 





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F. W. Lauridsen, Engineering Drawifig 



W. F. Farlow, University of Maryland; 
Engineering Drawing 




Franklin Harrell Smith, B.S., M.S., West Virginia; 
Ed.D., Penn State; Head, Agriculture 




AGRICUITURAL EXTENSION STAFF Lefr to Right. Mrs. Gertrude Capers, Secretary; Mrs. Omega Jones, Home Demonstration 
Agent; Mr. Gaston Finney, State Agricultural Agent 




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We ARE 



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Students 





ANDRADES ALEXANDER 

15836 Normandy Avenue 

Detroit, Michigan 



VIRGINIA ARNOLD 
Route 4, Box 87 
Bassett, Virginia 



EUGENE BALLARD 

112-4^ n^th Street 

St. Albans, New York 




THOMAS BARNETT 

Route 1, Box 89 
Indian Head, Maryland 



WILLIAM BENNETT 
1643 North Payson Street 
Baltimore 17, Maryland 



ETHEL BIDDLE 

342 East Barnard Street 

West Chester, Pennsylvania 



ALEXANDER, ANDRADES, Sociology; Angel Flight, Stage- 
crafters. Women's Council, Student Council, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Miss Maryland State 1959-60. ARNOLD, 
VIRGINIA, Business Education; Angel Flight, Women's 
Council, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, "Ledger" Staff, YWCA, 
Hayes Loan Fund. BALLARD, EUGENE, .Physical Educa- 
tion; "M" Club, Monarch Club, Physical Education Club. 



BARNETT, THOMAS, General Agricitlturc; Sports Statis- 
tician, Student Council (Treasurer, 1958-59), "M" Club, 
Veterans Club, New Farmers of America, College Choir, 
Hayes Loan Fund. BENNETT, 'WTLLIAM, Building Con- 
struction; Student Counselor three years. Veterans Club, 
YMCA. BIDDLE, ETHEL, Physical Educatio-n; Women's 
Council, Physical Education Club, Dance Group. 



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ROSCOE BOWIE 

1925 First Street, N.E. 

Washington, D. C. 



LaVERNE BRITTON 

833 Kentucky Avenue, S.E. 

Washington, D. C. 



CHARLES D. BROWN 

709 Second Street 

Annapolis, Maryland 




CHARLES M. BROWN 
648 North Main Street 
Winchester, Virginia 



JULIA BROWN 
Bryanstown, Maryland 



ROGER BROWN 
42 Jackson Street 
Nyack, New York 



BOWIE, ROSCOE, Music: Secretary, Men's Senate; Vice- 
Polemarch, Eastern Province, Gamma Xi Chapter, Kappa 
Alpha Psi, 1959-60; College Choir; Assistant Conductor, 
College Concert Band. BRITTON, LAVERNE, Home Eco- 
nomics; Vice President, Home Economics Club and Women's 
Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Basileus, Alpha Kappa Alpha. 
BROWN, CHARLES D., Industrial Arts Education; YMCA, 
College Band, Industrial Arts Club, Jumping Jacks. BROWN, 



CHARLES M., Business Education; President, Business Club; 
Editor-in-Chief, "The Ledger"; Student Counselor; Student 
N.E.A.; YMCA. BROWN, JULIA, Home Economics; Cor. 
Sec, Newman Club; Home Economics Club; Women's Coun- 
cil; YWCA. BROWN, ROGER, Industrial Arts Education; 
"M" Club; Captain, Track Team; Captain, Fooeball Team; 
Stagecrafters. 



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ROLAND BROWN 

4818 Whitfield Road 
Lanham, Maryland 



DONALD BURNS 



JAMES B. CHAPMAN 




NATHANIEL D. CLEMENT 

136 North Dunleith Avenue 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



QUINCY D. COOPER 

Box 666 
Republic, Pennsylvania 



W. GORDON CRUTCHFIELD 

Box 282, Martin's Lane 

Rockviile, Maryland 



BROWN, ROLAND, Biology: Science Club, President, Alpha 
Phi Alpha Fraternity, Men's Senate. BURNS, DONALD, 
Industrial Arts Education; "M" Club, Scrollers Club, Men's 
Senate, Veterans Club. CHAPMAN, JAMES B., Agricultural 
Education; New Farmers of America, Men's Senate. CLEM- 
ENT, NATHANIEL D., Sociology: Social Science Club, 
History Club, Men's Senate. COOPER, QUINCY D., History; 



Men's Senate ( President two years ) , Vice President, Student 
Council; President, Kappa Alpha Psi; 'M" Club; History 
Club; Student Counselor; Treasurer, "M" Club; Dean of 
Pledges, Kappa Alpha Psi (1958). CRUTCHFIELD, W. 
GORDON, Physical Education: Secretary, "M" Club; Track 
Team; Football Team; Physical Education Club; Men's Sen- 
ate; Drill Team; AAHPER. 



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ELDON G. M. DASHIELL 

Route 1, Box 109 

Wetipquin, Maryland 



LESLIE T. DOUGLAS 

305 West Market Street 

Snow Hill, Maryland 



CALVIN DREW 
341 Grantley Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 




CHARLES H. DUGGIXS 

1935 West North Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 



BETTYE J. EDMOND 

175 North West 16 Avenue 

Pompano Beach, Florida 



ELVA M. FITZHUGH 

308 Lake Street 

Salisbury, Maryland 



DASHIELL, E. G. M., General Agrictdture; Guide Arm Bear- 
er, Drill Team; New Farmers of America; Veterans Club; 
Far East Guide Arm Champion. DOUGLAS, LESLIE T., 
Social Science; Dormitory Council, History Club. DREW, 
CALVIN, Agricultural Education; Science Club, New Farmers 
of America, Intramurals. DUGGINS, CHARLES H., Indus- 



trial Arts Education; Kappa Alpha Psi Scrollers Club, YMCA. 
EDMOND, BETTYE J., Mathematics; Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, Women's Council, Science Colloquium, Student 
N.E.A. FITZHUGH, ELVA M., Business Education; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority, Business Club, Women's Council. 




SAMUEL FLOYD 

Box 391 

Conway, South Carolina 



SYLVIA GILES 

314 Pine Street 

Cambridge, Maryland 



MELVIN GOODRICH 

134 North Carey 

Baltimore, Maryland 



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CARL M. GREENE 

141 Spring Street 

Charleston, South Carolina 



CURTIS M. HAIRSTON 

Route 1, Box 9 

Martinsville, Virginia 



MILDRED HALL 

Hampden Avenue 

Princess Anne, Mar>'land 



FLOYD, SAMUEL, Jr., History and Governmetit: College 
Choir; Stagecrafters; Secretary, YMCA; Dormitory Counselor; 
History Club. GILES, SYLVIA O., Social Sciences- Alpha 
Kappa Alpha; Women's Council; Secretary, Stagecrafters; 
Angel Flight; Secretary, Student N.E.A.; Flight Queen; Wesley 
Club. GOODRICH, MELVIN, Biology; Monarch Club, Vice 



President; Qneer Le.ider; Alpha Phi Alpha. GREENE. CARL 
M., Indi/stiial Edi/cdtioii: Captain, Basket Ball Team; "M" 
Club; Industrial Arts Club. HAIRSTON, CLOITIS M., Socid 
Sciences: History Club. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. HALL, 
MILDRED, Ph\sicjl Edncution: Dance Group, '^''omen's 
Council. 






BERNARD F. HARRIS 

Route 2, Box 413 

Annapolis, Maryland 



JOHN A. HARRIS 

3 Bogard Street 

Charleston, South Carolina 



ROBERT TRENT HARRIS 

Box 663 

South Boston, Virginia 




SHERMAN L. HATCHETT 

7 in Walker Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 



ELSIE M. HINES 
103 West Street 
Easton, Maryland 



ELIZABETH HULL 

Box 18 
Galesville, Maryland 



HARRIS, BERNARD F., Physical EducaPion; Secretary, 
YMCA; Secretary, Student Council; Secretary, Men's Senate; 
Student Track Coach; Student Trainer, Football; Dormitory 
Counselor. HARRIS, JOHN A., Building Construction: Presi- 
dent, Lampados Club, 1958; Omega Psi Phi; Vice President, 
Senior Class; President, Stagecrafters; Student Counselor; 
Drill Team; Intramural Basketball; College Choir. HARRIS, 
ROBERT TRENT, Industrial Arts Education; Captain, Bas- 



ketball Team; "M" Club; Men's Senate. HATCHETT, SHER- 
MAN L., Biology; College Band, College Choir, Science Club. 
HINES, ELSIE M., Home Econotnics; Home Economics Culb; 
Women's Council. HULL, ELIZABETH A., Home Eco- 
nomics; Home Economics Club; Women's Council; Drill 
Sergeant, Angel Flight; Stagecrafters; College Band; 'VWCA; 
Intramurals (Softball, Basketball, Volleyball). 




EUGENE JAMES 

407 North Somerset Avenue 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



MARK W. JAMES 

3001 South 17 Road 
Arlington, Virginia 



BERNICE J. JENKINS 

742 Princeton Place, N.W. 

Washington, D. C. 





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JOHN C. JENNINGS 
Route 1, Box 89 
Gladys, Virginia 



JOHN S. JOHNS 

19 Lee Street 
Ettrick, Virginia 



JOHN L. JORDAN 
Box 99 

Machipongo, Virginia 



JAMES, EUGENE, Social Sciences: Student Council; Presi- 
dent, Student N.E.A.; History Club; Men's Senate; Business 
Manager, "Focus"; Chairman, Nominating Committee, Mary- 
land Association of Future Teachers of America; Parliamen- 
tarian, Senior Class. JAMES, MARK W., Cabinenrutking: 
YMCA; Student Counselor. JENKINS, BERNICE J., Busi- 
ness Education: President, Women's Council; President, 
YWCA: Journalist, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Business 
Club; President, Alpha Kappa Mu Hnno<- Society; Student 



Counselor; Student N.E.A.; Student Council; Yearbook Staff 
Correspondent; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities: "Woman of the Year," 1959-60. 
JENNINGS, JOHN C, MathemaHcs: Science Club. JOHNS, 
JOHN S., Sociology: Veterans Club, Student N.E.A., History 
Club. JORDAN, JOHN L., Biology: College Choir; Football 
Team; Sergeant-at-Arms, Science Club; Stagecrafters; Lamp- 
ados Club. 




AARON L. KANE 
Horntown, Virginia 



CHARLES LEE 

400 Chestnut Court 
Baltimore, Maryland 



WILLIAM LILLY 

44 Banks Avenue 

Rockville Centre, New York 




GERALDINE MOLOCK 
Route 1, Box 53 
Vienna, Maryland 



LEMUEL A. MONCUR 

7134 North West Ct. 15 

Miami 47, Florida 



LEVON O. PARKER 
Craddocksville, Virginia 



KANE, AARON, Miisic; College Band, College Choir, 
YMCA, French Club. LEE, CHARLES, Mathematics; Monarch 
Club, "M- Club, Track Team. LILLY, WILLIAM, BUSINESS 
EDUCATION; Student N. E. A.; Student Counselor; Secre- 
tary, Men's Senate; Treasurer, Business Club; YMCA; Assist- 
ant Editor, "The Ledger." MOLOCK, GERALDINE, Business 



Education; Secretary, YWCA. MONCUR, LEMUEL A., 
Social Science; History Club, German Club, Men's Senate. 
PARKER, LEVON O., Biology; President, Student Council; 
President, Student Counselors; Treasurer, Senior Class; Assist- 
ant Secretary, Science Club; Men's Senate; Newman Club; 
YMCA; Omega Psi Phi. 




ANANTRAI PATEL 

109 North Beech wood 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



NORMAN N. POOLE 
R. F. D. 1, Box 76 
Exmore, Virginia 



CHAUNCEY S. POULSON 
2815 Winchester Street 
Baltimore 16, Maryland 






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BEVERLY RAYE 

652 Chestnut Street 
Lexington, Kentucky 



ALLEN S. ROBERTS 

4913 Midwood Avenue 

Baltimore, Maryland 



FRANK W. ROBINSON 
Box 83, Hainesport Road 
Moorestown. New Jersey 



PATEL, ANANTRAI, Building Construction: Men's Senate, 
YMCA. POOLE, NORMAN N., Physical Education: Presi- 
dent, Veterans Club; YMCA; Men's Senate. POULSON, 
CHAUNCEY S., Biology; President of Classes: Freshman 
(1956), Sophomore ( 1957), Junior ( 1958), Senior (1959); 
Treasurer, Student Council, Stagecrafters, Monarch Club; 
Parliamentarian, Science Club; Clefters; College Choir; Kappa 
Alpha Psi. RAYE, BEVERLY, Social Sciences: YWCA, His- 



tory Club, Women's Council, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 
ROBERTS, ALLEN G., Chemistry: Science Club, Omega Psi 
Phi Fraternity. ROBINSON, FRANK W., History: Student 
Council (two years); Student Counselor (three years); Vice 
President, Men's Senate; Vice President, "M" Club; Student 
N.E.A.; YMCA; Keeper of Records, Kappa Alpha Psi; Var- 
sity Foorball (four years); Varsity Baseball (two years). 



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GERTRUDE L. ROBINSON 
21 North Banon Street 
Martinsville, Virginia 



JOSEPH ROBINSON 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



JOSEPH L. SATCHELL 

Eastville Station 

Virginia 




JACOB SAULSBURY 

1737 MuUilcin Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 



GEORGE S. SHORTER 

Route 2, Box 127 

Centerville, Maryland 



ALFRED SMITH 

207 First Street 

Donora, Pennsylvania 



ROBINSON, GERTRUDE L., Physical Educattou: Vice Presi- 
dent, Physical Education Club; Stagecrafters; YWCA; Wom- 
en's Council; Intramurals (Basketball, Softball); Ivy Leaf 
Club. ROBINSON, JOSEPH, Physical Education; Varsity 
Football four years; "M" Club; Varsity Basketball. SATCH- 
ELL, JOSEPH L., Art Education; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, 
Student N.E.A. SAUI^BURY, JACOB, Sociology; AFROTC 



Band; Track Team; College Chorus; Keeper of Records, Mon- 
arch Club. SHORTER, GEORGE S., Agricultural Education; 
President, New Farmers of America; President, Phi Beta 
Sigma Fraternity; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. SMITH, 
ALFRED, History; Men's Senate; Dormitory Counselor; His- 
tory Club; Varsity Football "M " Club, Kappa Alpha Psi. 







EMMA JEANETTA SMITH 
Wardstown, Virginia 



EUGENE SMITH 

Route 3 
Berlin, Maryland 



LEROY SMITH 

Route 3 
Berlin, Maryland 





LORETTA E. SMITH 

Box 318 

Pacolet Mills, South Carolina 



VIVIAN E. SPADY 
304 Jefferson Avenue 
Cape Charles, Virginia 



KENNETH STILL 

521 Fourth Street 

Palmyra, New Jersey 



SMITH, EMMA JEANETTA, Business Ediuation: Delta 
Sigma Thcta Sorority; Business Club; Corresponding Sec- 
retary, Women's Council. SMITH, EUGENE, Business Educa- 
tion; Business Club. SMITH, LEROY J., Physical Education; 
Vice President, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Drill Team; 
Track and Field. SMITH, LORETTA, Business Education; 
President, Angel Flight; Business Club; YWCA; Alpha Kappa 



Alpha; Women's Council; Lettermen's ("M" Club) Queen; 
Flight Queen; Student N.E.A.; Editor, Yearbook. SPADY, 
"VIVIAN E., History; Tamiouc.hos, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor- 
ority; Angel Flight; History Club; Women's Council; Dor- 
mitory Counselor; St.igecrafters; YWCA; Intramurals; Stu- 
dent N.E.A. STILL, KENNETH, Sociology; "M" Club; Var- 
sity Football; Varsity Baseball; Manager, Track Team. 



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TIMOTHY STRATTON 

P. O. Box 304 

Cheriton, Virginia 



DENNIS TANNER 
1729 West Mary Street 
Chester, Pennsylvania 



ARLEN W. THOMAS 

920 North Eden Street 

Balimtore, Maryland 





ELEANOR L. VENEY 

R. Box 40-A 

Accomac, Virginia 



DONALD WADE 
Hughesville, Maryland 



WILLIE CAROLYN WEATHERBY 

69 College Court 

Louisville, Kentucky 



STRATTON, TIMOTHY, Musk; Dormitory Counselor, 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, College Choir. TANNER, DEN- 
NIS, Industrial Arts Education; Varsity Football (four years) ; 
"M" Club; "Unsung Hero" Award, 1958. THOMAS, ARLEN 
W., Art Education; Monarch Club (President, 1958, 1959); 
Football Trainer. VENEY, ELEANOR L., Business Education: 



Business Club, Ivy Leaf Club. Women's Council. WADE, 
DONALD, General Agriculture: Newman Club; New Farm- 
ers of America; Cadet Commander, Air Force ROTC ( 1959- 
60). WEATHERBY, WILLIE CAROLYN, Music; Secretary, 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; President, The Clefters; YWCA; 
Student Counselor; College Chorus; Student Council (1958). 



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EDNA R. WYCHE 

1722 North Bond Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



LEROY NICHOLS 

3302 Gwynns Falls Parkway 

Baltimore, Maryland 



WYCHE, EDNA R., Business Education; Business Club, Stu- 
dent N.E.A., Women's Council, Ivy Leaf Club. NICHOLS, 
LEROY, Physical Education; Student Council (President, 
1956); Men's Senate; Monarch Club; Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- 



ternity; Yearbook Staff, 1959, I960. DENT, JOSEPH A., 
Building Construction; "M" Club; Captain, Baseball Team; 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 




JOSEPH A. DENT 



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uniors 



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MILTON BANKS 



GLORIA BELL 



ELEANOR BOARDLEY 






CORA L. BOULWARE 



CALVIN S. BRANDON 



MORRIS BRANHAM 






GERALD BRISCOE 



THEODORE BRISCOE 



FLO^'D BROTHERS 






JOHN F. BROWN 



VERDELLE C. BROWN 



D. HIAWATHA BURTON 






EDWARD L. BUSH 



MONYA A. CEPHAS 



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ERNEST O. CHAMPION 






OSCAR J. CHAPMAN, JR. 



MARY E. CHARMS 



JAMES D. CHERRY 






GODFREY H. CLAYTON 



DORIS H. COLLINS 



LYCURCIS COTTMAN 






CHARIS E. R. CROSSE 



LAWRENCE D. CUNDIFF 



MARIE CUNNINGHAM 






CHARLES M.CURTIS 



CALVERT W. DAVIDSON 



CHARUZS DIGGS 




WALTER W. FRIEND 




HAROLD C. GRAY 



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JOHN D. GRAY 






EDWARD M. GREEN 



RAMONA HALE 



ROBERT HAMILTON 




HARRY O. HANDY 





DOROTHY R. HARLEY 



DAVID C HENRY 






MARY HITCH 



JOHN E. HOBBS 



JAMES HODGES 




CHARLES C. JACKSON 





ELEANOR JAMES 



SHIRLEY B. JOHNSON 






BOBBY P. JONES 



LOIS KELLEY 



JOHN M. LEE 






MARY H. LOWE 



GEORGE MARABLE 



ALVIN B. MARBRAY 



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ALEXANDER MATTHEWS 




DANIEL MILLER 




GODFREY MILLS 






CHARLES E. MOORE 



DEWITT L. MOORE 



FRANKLIN P. MUSE 






BERENIECE NAPPER 



WALTER PAULS, III 



CHARLES A. PINDER 





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H. LEON PRINGLE 



LOUIS H. PRITCHETT 



GREGORY S. PROCTOR 






AVERILL M. RAINF.Y 



ERNEST T. RANDALL 



THEODORE L. RICHARDSON 






DAVID RIDDICK 



SYLVIA E. RIGGS 



SARAH E. SHEPPARD 






WILLIAM C. SHORT 



JOSEPH M. SMITH 



WILBUR C. SMITH 




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WILLIAM N. SOLLERS 



GLORIA E. SPENCER 



BERNARD P. SWEETNEY 





COLESLEE E. WIGGINS 



CLASS OFFICERS 






CALVERT DAVIDSON 

President 



CHARIS CROSSE 

Vice President 



MARY CHARMS 

Secretary 






CHARLES DIGGS 

Treasurer 



FRANK MUSE 
Parliamentarian 



MR. EARL BANKS 
Facuitv Adviser 




OMORE 






DORIS ADAMS 



CARL D, ANDERSON 



JAMES L. ATWATER 





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JOHN BATTS 



ALFRED R. BELL 



NICHOLAS BOND 






WILLIAM BORDERS 



EDWARD R. BOYER 



EDWIN R BROOKS 



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A-'j^IiU 




MELVIN E. BROOKS 



HARRY F. BROWN 



JOHN D. BRUC1-: 






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INA E. BRYANT 



EDITH C. CARR 



IV^" JEAN CARTER 






HELEN CHESTER 



STANLEY S. CHRISTY 



ROLAND C. COBB 



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GLORIA S. CONWAY 



JEROME T. COUNTEE 



FRANCIS J. COUNTISS 






RONALD H. CRUMP 



RUBY E. CUNNINGHAM 



JAMES P. CURTIS 






LENA DAVIS 



JAMES R. DORSEY 



WALTER R. DORSEY 





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VERNETTA J. EASLEY 



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HATTIE M. ENNELS 




JEAN E. FENWICK 






CHARLES W. FOSTER 



CHARLES W. FULLER 



SHIRLEY A. GAME 






CHARLES E. GOULD 



EDMOND W. GREEN 



KENNETH M. GREENE 



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THEODORE N. GREENE 



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WILLIAM A. GREENE 




AMY GRIER 





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Juk Afk 



CHARLES L MARVIN 



ERNEST E. HAWKINS 







WILLIAM J. HAWKINS 



ROSA L. HENDERSON 



HELEN M. HILL 



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CHARLES J. HOLMES 



SHIRLEY B. HOUNSHELL 



WILLIAM M. HUBBARD 





'\j:"j^A-\-3 




FRED HUTCHINSON 



ARTHUR B. HYDE 



TERRECIA W. JACKSON 






SHIRLEY M. JOHNSON 



DELORES J. JONES 



LAURA I. JONES 






SAMUEL A. JONES 



ALONZO T. KELLEY 



WELTON McCREADY 






LELIA N. MADDOX 



SONIA V. MOODY 



LOIS A. NORMAN 






LAURA N. NORRIS 



TYRONE W. PARKER 



GARDY W. PAYTON 



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RANDALL D. PERRY 



CAROLYN J. PETERSON 



IRMA L. POLK 






JOHN W. PRICE 



LEMUEL O. PULLEY 






BENJAMIN E PURKETT 






SAMUEL R. QUALLS 



WAYNE L. REED 



HENDERSON L. ROWLEY 





iLHn 




MARGARET L. SCOTT 



GEORGE E. SMITH 



HARRY W. SMITH 





PERCELL F. SMITH 



DONALD M. STEWART 




ELMER D. TAYXOR 






FRANKLIN A. TAYLOR 



JAMES L. THOMAS 



LENORA TIMMONS 



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JAMES R. TOLSON 



NELSON TOWNSEND 



FRANCIS G. WADE 






DAVID WALSTON 



FREDERICK WEAVER 



SYLVESTER WHITE 






JANET K. WHITTINGTON 



CHARLIE W. WILKINS 



BENJAMIN A. WILLIAMS 




CURTIS L. WILLIAMS 





CYNTHIA L. WILLIAMS 



WALTER WILLIAMS 




MARCUS P. WILLIS 





EVERETT R. WILLS 



WAVERLEY YATES 



CLASS OFFICERS 



JAMES TOLSON 
President 




Freshmen 




GEORGE AMES 
LAWRENCE ANDERSON 
LINDA G. ANDERSON 
CHARLES L. AYERS 



CHARLES R. BAILEY 
SYLVIA J. BARNES 
WALLACE BEAUFORD, JR. 
CHARLES BENSON 




SHERMAN A. BERNETT 
CAROLYN G. BLACK 
LOWELL C BOND 
HILLIARD BOULWARE, JR. 

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ENEZ Y. BOWINS 

NED BRITT 

VERNETTA E. BRITTINGHAM 

ROLAND D. BROOKS 



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ALLAN BROWN 
ISAAC B. BROWN 
ROBERTA J. BROWN 
EUGENE B. BULLOCK 



LEROY BURCHETT 
SHIRLEY L. BURTON 
WILMA J. BURTON 
DYSON L. CARROLL 




ALFRED L. COLLINS 
CLAUDE L. CONWAY 
CHARLES L. COOPER 
ESTHER L. COTTMAN 




Sli\\hU'AU4i-'^»i 



FRANCIS A. COUNTEE 
MEJILL H. CRUZ 
THERESA A. DAVIS 
CHANTIO S. DELAINE 





DOROTHY L. DODSON 
GEORGE E. DORSEY 
JOSEPH S. DUCKETT 
MELVIN A. BUTTON 




WILFRED D. ELLIOTT 
EDNA M. ENNELS 
BRENDA ESTEP 
ROBERT E. ETIENNE 



NORMA j. FERGUSON 
SHIRLEY A. FERGUSON 
WILLIAM A. FINGER 
BARBARA A. FISHER 




CLARENCE H. FITCHETT, JR. 
SANDRA J. FLEMING 
ROBERT C FORD 
WILMER I. FRANCIS 



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CLARENCE GADSDEN 
FRANK GARRETT 
BIRDIE N. HARRIS 
DOLLIE HARRIS 



FRANK L. HARRISON 
JOSHUA E. HAZLETON, JR. 
WILLIAM L. HENDERSON 
MELVIN J. HILL 




PEGGY J. HOBBS 
DOROTHY V. HOLLIDAY 
GLORIA L. HOLMES 
SIDNEY A. HULL 





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KARLTON K. JACKSON 
JAMES C. JACKSON 
ALICE JENKINS 
ALLEN M. JOHNSON 






CHARLES H. JOHNSON 
CLAIBORNE A. JOHNSON 
WILLIAM S. JOHNSON 
INA L. JONES 



ALICE F. KEENE 
ALONZO F. KILGORE 
WILLIAM L. LAND 
JAMES E. LANE 



ROBERT P. LANON 
HERMAN L, LAWSON 
RODNEY G. LENNON 
ANNABELLE L. LEWIS 




RONALD M. LEWIS 
JOHN L. LOMAX 
CONSTANCE J. MAGEE 
DAVID M. MAHONEY 



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GLEND W. McGUIRE 
WILLIE L. MERCER 
ELLA MATTHEWS 
GENEVA MAE MILLER 



ROSALEE M. MILLER 
CHRISTINE E. MITCHELL 
NAMON J. MITCHELL 
JU ANITA R. MOORE 




MARTHA G. MOORE 
MARY V. MOORE 
ALVIN E. NAPIER 
LAWRENCE E. NEWMAN 




DORIS J. NEWTON 
HAMILTON H. PARRAN 
ALLEN W, PETTAWAY 
JAMES E. PHIPPS 





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CARLYLE M. PIERCE 
JOHN PIERCE 
ELIZABETH M. FINDER 
EVERETT I. POOLE 



MICHAEL R. PRINGLE 
MARYELLEN J. PURNELL 
TOMNH' A. PURNELL 
EDWIN B. RILEY 





PAUL B. ROBERSON 
JAMES A. ROBERTSON 
RUSSELL ROGERS 
EMERSON J. ROSS 





LEONA B. ROSS 
ALBERT W. SANTIO 
ERNEST R. SATCHELL 
CARROL J. SCOTT, JR. 



ELLA M. SHORTER 
HERBERT E. SKINNER 
OMAR E. SMITH 
ROBERT L. SPENCE 




ROBERT D. SPENCER, JR. 
ORLANDO L. SPRY 
CARLTON W. STANLEY 
GLENDOLA STANLEY 





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McKINLEY W. STERLING 
DELORES A. STOKES 
CONSTANCE D. STURGIS 
MORRIS W. SYDNOR, JR. 




REBECCA E, SYDNOR 
PHILLIP C. TAYLOR 
ROBERT F. TAYLOR 
STANLEY W. TAYLOR 









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NANA M. THOMAS 
CAROLYN L. THOMPSON 
FRANCIS D. TOLSON 
ROBERT W. VAN NESS 



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WILBUR L. \X'ARFIELD 
VIOLA C. WARWICK 
BERNICE F. WASHINGTON 
HANNA R. WASHINGTON 




MELVIN W. WATERS 
ALETA L. WEEDON 
CLAUDE E. WHITE 
/ WILLIE WILKINS 






FAITH C WILLIAMS 
GEORGE WILLIS 
THOMAS S. WILSON 
CURTIS A. WISE 



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DORIS I. WISE 
THELMA J. WISE 
CARNELL WITHERSPOON 
INA M. WOMACK 




ALICETEEN YOUNG 
JAMES JOLLY 





CLASS OFFICERS 





ROGER STEWART 

PnsuUiit 



ROBERT L. SPENCE 
Vice Prcsulciit 




Freshman Doings 




The Freshman Show was a serious play about the legend of the Fourth Wise 
s%;'^S^._.^.,^5j^i ^Ij^;. »v^,^, ^ _5^*- J.U ^^"' Stagecrafters Hi Burton (1.) and Ted Richardson (r.) direct: (1. to 

"^a^"^ ' .-f-.'^.'''--- - j.^ . p^tfy Thomas, James Robertson, Qiantio DeLaine, and Francis Tolson 

- ' ■ in scene. 



On a hot day in September freshman athletes cele- 
brated end of an orientation phase. Junior Charis 
Crosse leads them off. 




» Angels Faith Williams, Leona Ross, and Juanita Moore 
in scene from Prologue. 



Stagecrafters and members of Freshman Class costume Angel 
Faith Williams, Fourth (J. Robertson) and Third (Francis 
Tolson ) Wise Men. 



We are . . . 



In addition to being administrators, teachers, and members of classes, individ- 
uals who express their individuality 



IN SPORTS JSEFE RE NCES 






IN LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES 






N INTEftECTUAL PURSUITS 




Some of us are fleet-footed and grow skilled in track activities; some endowed 
with physical strength, superb body co-ordination, and acute minds, play foot- 
ball to match intricate play with intricate play; some learn to do all that can 
be done with a baseball and a bat . . . Some like music and collect records and 
sing in the choir and play in the bands . . . Some join fraternities and sororities 
and find our identity in association with like-minded fraters and sorors . . . 
Some like jDoetry and ideas, and major in English . . . Some like the rigorous 
pursiut of scientific knowledge and major in biology, chemistry . . . Some are 
challenged to shape both ideal beauty and the artifacts of Western civilization, 
and major in art, building construction, business education . . . 

The foUoAving pages show us at work, at play, telling who we are in our 
characteristic behavior. 




THE STUDENT COUNCIL Seated (1. to r.): Carter, Alexander, Parker (President), James, Crosse. Standing (1. to r.) : Gould, Burton, Cooper 
(Vice President), Robinson, Muse. 




A busy Student Council, equally busy Student 
Counselors' body, Men's Senate, and Women's Coun- 
cil have integrated our corporate living this year un- 
der the guidance of Dean Gibbs and Dean Harris. 
Items to note as the year went by were the new 
spacious look of a well furnished Student Council 
office; the quiet, confident leadership of L. Parker; 
the very popular choice by women students of B. 
Jenkins, Women's Council President, as Woman of 
the Year; an enthusiastic, well supported Homecoming 
celebration; the neater look of dormitory rooms; the 
serious consideration of ways to improve use of leisure 
and maximum use of present recreation facilities; the 
growing effectiveness of the Counselor-Freshman 
Counselee relationship. (A department head called 
Dean Harris to tell him that a freshman's counselor 
had dropped in to spend five minutes talking about 
one of "his" freshmen, left an hour later with out- 
lines, notes, and other helps to improve the perform- 
ance of the counselee in a difficult course! ) The 
Hawk salutes student government for a year's work 
well done. 



THE MENS SENATE Sealed il. to r. ) ; Brown, CuupLr i President), 
Greene. Stuiuling, (1. to r.) ; Tolson, Parker, Stration. 



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WOMEN'S COUNCIL: Bernice Jenkins, President, Dean Edith Gibbs, Adviser. 




STUDENT CCJUNSLLORb: LeVon Parker, President; Dean F. H. Harris, Adviser. 




THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Bernice Jenkins, President; Dean Edith I. Gibbs, Adviser. 




THE NEWMAN CLUB Donald Wade, President; Mrs. Elaine Newsome, Adviser. 



Four organizations, the Y.M.C.A., the Y.W.C.A., 
the Newman CMub, and tlie Wesley Foundation, 
identify students ot MaryhintI State ColleL;e as men 
;md women seeking the gooil hfe and its vahies 
through group sttid)' ani.1 WDtship and service to otli- 
ers. Newdy organized Weslej'ans phin an extensive 



program hir 1960; liighhghts for the otiier groups 
were: tiie "^'.iM.'s Week of Orientation for the Design- 
for-I,i\ing Week, our indispensable weekh' moving 
pictures, a reception tor new students; tlie 'N'.W'.'s Pre- 
l.enten Week of Worship meetings; the Newman 
Club's tlistribution of foiid baskets to needy families. 



The Wesley Foundation 




THE WESLEY FOUNDATION Charis Crosse, President; Reverend Edwin Ellis. Director. 



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THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Godfrey Mills, President; Dean F. H. Harris, Adviser. 



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THE COLLEGE CHOIR Mrs, C. J. Michaels, Director. 




THE STAGECRAETERS John Harris, Presiacm, Mi 



Newsome, Director. 



Best loved among student organi- 
zations that attract members from 
every phase of college life are the 
College Choir, for the song-struck, 
and Stagecrafters,for the stage-struck. 
The Choir has sung this year for 
the Governor's visit, for the Lions 
Club of Salisbury, for the Design- 
for-Living Week, and other special 
occasions. Stagecrafters have pre- 
sented the Freshman Players as well 
as their veterans in well-received 
offerings. 



The Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, com- 
posed of high-ranking students whose scholarship 
standings merit their admission into an honor 
society, this year conducted a tutoring service for 
the general welfare. The Interest Group has been 
a real service to a growing number of students 
who drop into Trigg 127 Tuesday evenings for 
sympathetic help with mathematics, chemistry, 
English, and biology (the leading trouble makers). 

Honor roll students heard Dr. John W. Davis, 
President-Emeritus, West Virginia State College, 
received awards from President Williams and Dean 
Singletary, at Annual Honors Convocation. 




THE ALPHA KAPPA ML' INTEREST GROUP Ch.ins Crosse, 
President; Miss Freddie Hill. Adviser. 




HONORS CONVOCATION L. TO R. (First Row). Crosse, James, Bowen, Nutter, Dr. Davis, Ennels, Polk, Cuyjet, Bowins. (Second Row): 
Bolden, Hitch, Moody, Fitzhu.ch, Rainey, Chester, Parran, Eggleston. (Third Row): Brown, Johnson, Giles, Randall, Matthews, Dean Singletary. 
{Fourth Row) : Quails, Branham, Kane, President Williams, Pringle, Cooper. 



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THE G. E. HAYES STUDENT LOAN FUND COMMITTEE L. to R.: Adviser V. W. Stone, T. Kilgore, Wiggins, J. Tolson, Bowen. Crosse. 




Since its highly successful beginning as a five- 
figured loan fund under the sure guidance of Presi- 
dent Williams, the G. E. C. Hayes Loan Fund has 
operated efficiently and humanely to the benefit of 
many students who, without its helping hand, would 
have faltered and perhaps have failed to complete 
their year's work. Staffed entirely by students, the 
Committee, with Adviser V. W. Stone, continues to 
render an invaluable service. 

Also in areas of organizations whose members 
have had the ideal of service is our Veterans Club; 
men and women who answered their country's call 
to arms, served it faithfully, and now take up their 
own educational pursits. 



THE VETERANS CLUB Norman Poole, President. 




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"A successful year" is the verdict of F. T. A. 
President Eugene James. Outstanding in year's events 
was presentation of Mrs. Aretha McKinley, Chairman 
of the American Council on Human Rights, with a 
faculty-student panel, to discuss "The College Student's 
Responsibility for Political and Economic Freedom." 
Chapter of Future Teachers of America also presented 
a public lecture by Miss Freddie Hill of the Depart- 
ment of Physical Education on her summer in Europe. 
In panel picture above, 1. to r., C. Crosse, English 
Major; Y. Quails, Head, English; F. Robinson, History 
Major; Mrs. McKinley; Eugene James, F. T. A. Presi- 
dent; K. Cottman, School Supervisor, Somerset County; 
B. Jenkins, President, Women's Council. 

Highlight of the year for N. F. A. was the No- 
vember weekend which found the Aggies hosts to a 
statewide leadership conference for high school chap- 
ters. Second National Vice President Clarence Turner 



MARYLAND CHAPTER, NEW FARMERS OF AMERICA George 
Shorter, President; Dr. C. C. Marion, Adviser. 



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STUDENT N. E. A. F. T. A. Eugene James, President; Dean James 
D. Singletary, Adviser. 

(also State President in Maryland) addressed open 
meetings; workshop sessions dealt with better report- 
ing, stock judging, effectiveness of local leadership and 
programs, and the like. 





The Angel Flight, an organi- 
zation of co-eds designed to aid 
and support the Air Force 
ROTC in whatever ways are 
found practicable and desirable, 
completed its second year this 
spring. The drill phase of ac- 
tivities was presented over 
WBOC Television Station in 
Salisbury during year. Girls 
took part in the Cherry Blos- 
som Festival in Washington 
last year, will do so again this 
spring. 



THE ANGEL FLIGHT, Mary Charms 
Captain; William Sellers, Commander. 



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English has grown as a major in past 
three years; there is now an enthusiastic 
group which gathers frequently to discuss 
significant books and professional prob- 
lems facing the future English teacher. 



DRILL TEAM, Wayne Reed, 
Drill Master 



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ENGLISH MAJORS, Dr. M. H. Levine, Adviser. 



Under Drill Master Wayne 
Reed, the Drill Team has per- 
formed for the student body, 
at the Dover Air Force Base, 
at the University, and during 
half-time activities at football 
games. 



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Business Club activities cen- 
tered this year around antici- 
pated professional problems 
growing from course study and 
business publications. 



THE BUSINESS CLUB Edward Boyer, 
President; Miss Virginia Jones, Adviser. 





Continuing to grow in student and 
faculty favor is "The Ledger," our only 
student contribution to the Fourth Estate. 
"Ledger" has become regular reading mat- 
ter for the entire campus family, and 
each issue is awaited eagerly by a host of 
readers. 



THE LEDGER STAFF Louis Pritchett, Editor. Dr 
V. W. Stone, Adviser. 



"Home Ec" has had a good 
year, highlighted by the fall 
tea for new majors and the 
sparkling fashion show with its 
unusual and original appeal of 
male models demonstrating the 
late and appropriate in attire 
for Joe College. Giving the 
Lois Towles Gracious Living 
School a helping hand in mod- 
eling, pressing, and fitting add- 
ed to a sense of usefulness as 
did costuming the Freshman 
Players for their Christmas 
performance. 

THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 
Monya Cephas, President; Dr. Cecelia 
E. Humphrey, Adviser. 



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THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
CLUB Joe Robinson, President; 
Miss Freddie Hill, Adviser. 



THE "M" CLUB Calvert David- 
son, President; Coach Earl Banks, 
Adviser. 





Ex "M" Clubbers — now 
with professional teams — 
tell a Baltimore Colts star 
(Lipscomb) about the good 
old days of college football. 
L. to R.: Vaughn, Ex '58 
(Now with tjie Canadians), 
Sample, '58 ( Now with the 
Colts), Plunkett, Ex '58 
(Now with the Colts), and 
Gene "Big Daddy " Lipscomb. 




ALPHA PHI ALPHA Roland Brown, President; Mr. L W. Knight, Faculty Adviser. Seated (1. t or. ) : Hairston, Perry, TuLson, Hamilton, L. 
Smith, Mills, Gould. Standing (1. to r.) : Brown (President), Taylor, Crump, H. Smith, Dean F. H. Harris, Matthews, Dean J. D. Singletary, Coach 
Skip McCain. Missing from Picture : Leroy Nichols. 





Judith Cuyjet 
Alpha Sweetheart 



Brothers Roland Brown and Charles Gould pose with distuiguished 
Alpha Belford V. Lawson, NAACP Attorney, former Grand President, 
following his address on campus. 



"We'll help each other 

For we know there's no other 

Like our sisterhood." 




ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Seated (I. to r.) : Grier, Alexander, Charms, Davis, Nutter. Standing (1. to r.) : Polk, Conway, Chester, Johnson, Giles, 
Spady, Brirton (Basileus), Crosse, Moody, Cuyjet, Smith. Missing from Picture: Averill Rainey. 





Soror Andrades Alexander 
Miss Maryland State 



Distinguished Member of Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges 
and U'liversilies: Soror Charis Crosse. 




Nine-year-old Helen More, daughter of Spanish 
emigres from Cuba, was "adopted" by Sororir)'. 
Through rhe Christian Children's Fund, chapter 
contributes to Helen's care in the Friendship 
Day School in Florida. Sorors send letters and 
gifts; Helen writes her "mothers" regularly. 




KAPPA ALPHA PSI Seated (1. to r.) : Dent, Cooper. Standing (1. to r.) : Satchell; Sweettiey; Soma Moody, Kappa Sweetheart; Robinson, Huff. 




Winner of awards for painting and sculpture work at shows through- 
out the nation is distinguished Kappa Brother Joseph Satchell, shown 
here at work in Art Studio. 



Togetherness with self and God is the keynote 
to our dynamic sisterhood." 




DELTA SIGMA THETA .Sea/erf (1. to r.) Arnold. Collins, Napper (President). 'Wright. Wcatherby. Slatiding (1. to r.) ; Cephas. Adams 
Smith, Jenkins. Kelley. Carter, James. 




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upper Left : 

Soror Bernicc Jenkins, Woman 
of the Year; Distinguished Mem- 
ber, \rhn\f Who Amo„K Sli,. 
tk'iils. 

Center : 

Soror Virginia Arnold, Distin- 
guished Memhcr, Whn\ II 7>.. 
Ari/iii/x SliiiUiilt. 

Lower Left: 

Soror Carolyn Weatherby, Dis- 

tin.unishe.l Member, W'fx/t W/n, 
Amoin; Sliiiloilu 




(.ill ,Siiii;cr.s (Temporarily) with Lionel U.iniinon'S' 
Kami: Soiois l\y [can C:artcr and Doiis .\tlanis. 




OMEGA PSI PHI Kneeling (1. to r.) : Robens, Shon (President). Standing (1. to r.): Banks, Anderson, Mr. R. H. Thomas (Faculty Adviser), 
Perry, Pinder, Hawkins, Briscoe, Brothers. 




Lois Kelly 
Omega Sweetheart 



Brother Cecil Short poses with National President of 
Fraternity, Brother Dr. I. Gregory Newton of North 
Carolina College, following Dr. Newton's address at 
public meeting on campus. 





PYRAMID CLUB L. to R.: Scott, Norman, Cunningham. Love, 
Jones. 



IVY LEAF CLUB L. to R.: Harley, Williams, HoundsheH, Veney, 
Brown, Easley. 




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SCROLLERS CLUB Cundiff, Willis, Fuller, Boyer, Purkett. Town- 
send, Lee, Du.c.cins, Hamilton, Champion, Henderson, Greene, Brown; 
Shirley Burton, Sweetheart. 



SPHINX CLUB L. to R.: Reed, Harris, Curti: 



LAMPADOS CLUB Sealed: Margaret Scott, Sweetheart: John Harris. 
StatiJitig (1. to r.) : Perry, Henry, Brooks, Williams, Greene, Hawk- 
ins, Anderson. 







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THE MONARCH CLUB L. to R.: Lee, Saulsbury, Thomas (President), Brandon, Wiggins, Good- 
rich, Briscoe. 




THE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL L. to R.: HufJ (Kappa Alpha Psi), Napper (Delta Sigma Theta), Gould (Alpha Phi Alpha, President), John- 
son (Alpha Kappa Alpha), Pinder (Omega Psi Phi), Perry (Omega Psi hi), Crosse (Alpha Kappa Alpha). 




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CREWMEN AND PASSENGERS ON 
THE SKIPPER'S BOAT 





Coach Vernon "Skip" McCain: The Skipper ji^^ (-^g^, — ^ wins, I loss — 1959 



A Farewell to the Seniors 



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I'm a ghost!" 




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"We go all the way.' 





"Opening comes: Miller scores!" 



"The House" 

Guard 



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Coach Nathaniel "Houdini" Taylor 




Ha^\■k Hoopsters participated in 28 games during the sea- 
son and emerged \ictorioiis in 22. They played in four loinna- 
ments: the Norfolk (Va.) State Tournament, N.A.I. A. Regional 
in Montclair, N.J., N.A.I. .A. National Tournament in Kansas 
City, Mo., and the C.I. A. A. Totnnanicnt in Greensboro, N. C. 

During season standouts were: "Twiggs" Riddick, \vho 
made second team, A11-C.I..\.A., "Deucie" Smith, All-C.I.A.A. 
Honorable Mention, Trent Harris, All-C.I.A.A. Honorable 
Mention, and Jesse \Villiams. 



Basketball 



1959-60 



Team 



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Wilbur Ross, Track Coach 



Upon his arrival last Sep- 
tember as track coach, Wilbur 
Ross began making a lot of 
noise about his excellent pros- 
pects. Everyone thought it was 
impossible for him to live up 
to such a rosy picture. But after 




the meet at the All-Eastern In- 
door Event, skeptics suddenly 
found that Ross and his speedy 
Hawks meant business. Since 
then they have been gradually 
elbowing their way into track 
recognition. 



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A.U. finished second by a photo 
finish to Paul Winder of Mor- 
gan. The Princess Anne Speed- 
ster was clocked 6.1, only one 
tenth of a second off the world 
record in the 60-yd. dash. 



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In the beginning: Cookie Bush about to win 220-yd. dash. 




Danny "JNIercury Foot" Miller 



Li'l Abner hurls the dis- 





Russell "Hollywood" Rodgers hurdles. 



Senor Cruz — High Jumper 




"Duke" Miller 
Javelin Thrower 



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Sprinters: Brirr, Anderson, Burchett, Lennon 



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The 59-60 season marked Earl Banks' last year 
as baseball coach at MSC. Since the entrance of the 
team into C.I.A.A. competition, Coach Banks' Hawks 
have won three championships. 

Last year the Hawks missed the championship 
by a 1-0 loss to Delaware State. They finished season 
with a 10-4. 







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CLASSROOM SCENES 




Air Force 



A decade ago, MSC campus took on a new look 
with the incorporation of the AFROTC program into 
the general curriculum. Since then Corps cadets have 
engaged in many activities in the local area while par- 
ticipating in the two-fold program objectives: to pre- 
pare cadets for future service as officers in the Air 
Force and to build citizens. 

Developments and changes have been aimed at 
improving overall program. Cadet staff personnel have 
been rotated regularly, new concepts introduced, and 
improved methods of instruction incorporated. 

AFROTC staff consists of Associate Professor of 
Air Science Major Louis W. Cracken, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Air Science Captain Bradley R. Foster, and 
fu'o administrative non-commissioned officers, Staff 
Sergeants Donald E. Blevins and Frederick J. Smith. 



Angel Flight and Arnold Air Society 




Discussing global affairs 



Cadet Hawkins learns about flying 





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Inspection by Dean of the College 



Inspecting the conttoi tower at Dover AFB 



ROTC 



Cadets have many extra-curricular activities to en- 
hance their development. Membership in the AF- 
ROTC Band, the Arnold Air Society, the Cadet Drill 
Team, the Cadet Glee Club, and opportunity to go 
on orientation flights in aircraft are just some activities 
cadets can participate in and enjoy. 

The Angel Flight, believed to be the largest of its 
kind in the U.S., has contributed to the Corps by 
promoting interest in it, aiding in social activities, serv- 
ing as hostesses, and marching as a separate unit or 
jointly with the Cadet Drill Team. 

Stellar attraction of the year is Military Day, with 
Military Ball ceremonies, consisting of drill and band 
contests, displays, awards, and visiting dignitaries, 
followed by a formal Cadet Ball — all helping to make 
this day a momentous occasion. 





Cadet staff discussing trophies for Military Day 




Ready to fly 





Having a ball 



Picking up supplies 



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Learning Our A B C'S 

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. . . for "Art" — 

Pottery Lesson with Visiting Professor Beittel 



"A" is for "Ag ' — Repairing mowing machine before harvest 




"B" is for "Biology" — Preparing experiments with JMiss 
Scrocco 



for "Business" — Future accountants prepare with Dr. 
Stone 




"C" is for "Chemistry" — Dr. Vaughn checks experiment . . . for "Clothing" — Future H.ittie Carnegies design with 

with fishmeal diet for rats patterns 




Heat Experiment in Physics with Professor Brind. 



"F" is for '"Foods" 
baking. 



— Skillful mixing secret of successful 




X Y Z's of Sewing: Community Project in Sewing and Furniture Finishing, Welding, and Other X Y Z's with Mr. 

Machine Care. Williams. 



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Extra-Curricular 




THE CHESS CLUB James Tolson, President; Major L. W. Cracken, Adviser 



Is a king in check or is a queen pinned? 



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Don't ^o ill, Ciirls! Let's clia cha! 



All for Maryland. STAND UP AND HOLLER! 




FEATURES 



We are. . . 



At Home In 1959 



Homecoming might well begin with a sudden 
glimpse of a favorite campus spot — the moon-drenched 
tree under which a fellow first discovered the beauty 
of that special girl's face. It might begin with the re- 
membered musical ting of a chain beating against the 
flag pole. It often begins — that sense of being home 
again — with familiar sights and sounds: late fall leaves 



making vivid splashes against the dull gray of a dusty 
football field, the pink and green, black and gold and 
purple of floats, shouts of welcome, football cleats 
hitting the pavement hard, the band tuning up, the 
swish of a majorette's brief skirt, the color and rhythm 
of the parade. However it begins. Homecoming is 
always gay, exciting, colorful, nostalgic . . . 






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And her reign begins 



Win War^ianJ State, 1 959-60 





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Beauty, brains, sparkling personality, poise, style — it seems that the gods denied their 
fortunate daughter no gift in their power when they created her and then sent her from her 
native Detroit to Maryland, where she has won a host of friends in her four years at MSC. 
A Sociology major, "Kitty" is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the Stagecrafters, the His- 
tory Club, the YWCA, the Angel Flight, and the Women's Council. 



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Woman Of DL IJear f 959-60 



Coveted honor, 
""Woman of the 
Year," went in 1959 
to a shoo-in: popu- 
lar, scholarly, versa- 
tile Bernice Jenkins, 
elected by a large 
vote of women stu- 
dents. 

President of the 
Women's Council, 
Bernice is also Presi- 
dent of the YWCA, 
a Student Counselor; 
is member of Delta 
Sigma Theta and the 
Business Club. A 
Business Ed. major, 
she has been on hon- 
or roll since her 
freshman year. 




On Women's Day, 
Miss Emily Gibbs, 
Women's Woriv Di- 
rector of the U. S. 
Presbyterian Board 
of Education, addres- 
sed students; Dean 
Edith Gibbs present- 
ed award to Miss 
Jenkins for achieve- 
ments in scholarship, 
culture, leadership, 
and social advance- 
ment. Later, Dean 
Gibbs, Miss Jenkins, 
and Miss Gibbs met 
well wishers at Mur- 
phy Hall reception. 





Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges 

And Universities 




VIRGINIA ARNOLD; WHO'S WHO, 1958- 
59, 1959-60; Delta Sigma Theta, President; 
Year Book Staff, 1959; Ledger Staff; Business 
Club; Hayes Loan Fund, 1958-59; Angel 
Flight. 



CHARIS CROSSE; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest 
Group, President; Wesley Foundation, Presi- 
dent; Stagecrafters, Secretary; Alpha Kappa 
Alpha, Anti-Basileus; Year Book Staff, Cor- 
respondent; YWCA; Student Council, Secre- 
tary; Junior Class Vice President; Angel 
Flight. 



BERNICE JENKINS; Women's Council, 
President; Business Club; YWCA, President; 
Delta Sigma Theta, President; Woman of 
the Year, 1959-60; Ledger Staff; Pan-Hellenic 
Council, 1958-59; Who's Who. 1958-59, 
1959-60; Dormitory Counselor. 





C.()DIRI;Y MILLS; YMCA. President; Alpha 
Phi Alpha; Cadet Captain, AI'ROTC, Execu- 
tive Officer; Student Counselor; Science Club; 
Men's Senate. 



ERNEST RANDALL; New Farmers of Amer- 
ica; C^adct Captain. Operations and Training 
Officer, AFROTC; College Band. 



WILLIE CAROLYN WEATHERBY; Delta 
Sigma Tlieta, Treasurer; Dormitory Counselor; 
Women's Council; YWCA; College Choir; 
The Cletters, President; College Band; Stu- 
dent Council, 195~-58. 



School of Gracious Living-School of The Dance 



The glowing sophistication of the Paris-trained model, 
the enthusiastic participation of men and women students in 
an all-college fashion show, the tender grace of dancing tots: 
these are the memories we share of the Lois Towles School 
of Gracious Living and the Judimar School of the Dance. 
Both are cherished additions to our way of life, both con- 
tributing to poise and confidence through stresss on usage. 



grooming, carriage, body co-ordination. 

Below Miss Towles models her marvelous creation of 
black fur which she calls "Jet." Model Enez Bowins is as- 
sisted — very graciously — to descend stairs by Male Models 
David Walston and Francis Wade. Other pictures show 
small ballerinas posmg in same flower-like grace as their 
older sisters. 





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The Governor And The Student Leaders 



December 4, 1959, was the day President Williams 
set aside to honor students who have distinguished 
themselves as campus leaders. To emphasize the im- 
portance he attached to our first Leadership Convo- 
cation, President Williams invited Maryland's First 
Citizen, the Honorable J. Millard Tawes, Governor, 
to address an assemblage of the honored leaders, 
prominent Marylanders from government, business, 
the professions, and other fields of accomplishment, 
parents and patrons of the College. 



Briefly but eloquently. Governor Tawes, a man of 
enormous charm, warm friendliness and dignity, an 
obvious leader of men, spoke about the path one takes 
to leadership, of its responsibilities and privileges, of 
the sacrificial role of parents who make leadership 
convocations possible. Then Student Council President 
Levon Parker presented the Governor a plaque from 
the student body. The Governor lunched with the 
College family, visited Art Gallery with President Wil- 
liams, posed for photograph with student leaders. 






In 1959 they brought us their messages. 
Art, Music, Learning. 




DR. I. GREGORY NEWTON, National DR. MARION C. BASCOMB, Douglass MISS ELOISE JONES, National Execu- 
President, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Dur- Community Church, Baltimore, Maryland tive Secretary, Delta Sigma Theta Soror- 
ham, Nonh Carolina ity, Washington, D. C. 




PROFESSOR KENNETH R. BEITTEL, MRS. ARETHA B. MCKINLEY, Direc- DR. JOHN W. DAVIS, President Emeri. 
Department of Art, Pennsylvania State tor, American Council on Human Rights, tus, West Virginia State College 
College Washington, D. C. 




j^, ATTORNEY BELFORD V. LAWSON, 

I.; Washington, D. C. 



WILD BILL" DAVIS TRIO 



LOIS TOWLES, CONCERT 
PIANIST 



As The Hawk Flies Nestward. . . 

Preparing the I960 HAWK was an exciting task made enjoyable by congenial fellowship of a co-operative staff that 
occasionally worked all night, wheeled across Bay Bridge rushing copy to publisher while worrying about exams and reports, 
sighed for office space, longed to finish job at right time — early enough for everyone to receive book before term ended but late 
enough to avoid vociferous criticism of our brain child. 

For relief from harassing problems, HAWK spread his wings one day, everybody perched on, and ye editors flew to Balti- 
more with some interesting photographic results. We missed Business Manager Yates sorely, wish him a speedy recovery. Also 
unavailable for the photographer were Associate Editor Gould, Art Editor Satchell, Photographers Wickes and Wiggins. We now 
impress ourselves for posterity as follows: 





Editor Cat Davidson, Business Manager Sammy Quails try to per- 
suade Hawk that right time to sink his talons into this particular 
situation is football season. 



Business Manager Quails concludes a delectable bit ot business: 
Leasing Hawk (held by Cal) to Miss Morgan State, Alberta Thomas. 
Dare she keep Hawk in dormr" 




Hawk apologizes to Mildred Kelly, '(i2, Carson Brittin.tham, '6.^, 
who belong elsewhere in book 




Sammy calculates rctcipts on Hawk lease. 





Heap Bii:; Editor-in-Chief Joes some chief editing:. 



Lay-Out Ixiitor Burtt.)n ponJers whether to lay out or lay 
down his heavy load. 




Features Editor Loretta Smith searching for good features 

finds them in an obvious place. 



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Here is Staff Currespc indent Clutis Crosse Joinc; some 
important correspond inp. 




You name it, he has it: Our 
Muse. 



vays prepared Sports Editor Frank 



Thanks, iMr. Wiles! 



Commencement, 1959 



The Editors close the pages of THE HAWK with 
a beginning rather than an ending, a salutatory rather 
than a valedictory, for who we are is most clearly 



shown by what we become and do in the world after 
we leave the sheltering arms of our Alma Mater. 




Procession winds to steps of Kiah Hall 



President Williams, Senator Harry T. Phoebus, Commence- 
ment Speaker Dr. Martin Luther King 




President WiMi.ims confers degree. 



Choir renders "Battle Hymn of the Republic' 



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