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DEDICATION 



In 1960. one of the best loved men of Maryland State College relinquishes his 
popular title. "Prof.."" and becomes Mr. Oliver, gentleman from Virginia. Through- 
out the years, the courtly grace of our First Gentleman has influenced men of 
Maryland State to stand taller, speak more gently, and behave more ideally when he 
passed by. His teaching has radiated an influence far beyond our College walls. 
His great character, made greater by the difficult calling to teach, enveloped the 
lives of countless students of past and present generations. 

Vi hen the door of Trigg Hall 102 closes behind "Prof." in the spring of 1961. we 
at Maryland State College will be a poorer people, but the influence of Professor 
Julius A. Oliver, who so gladly learns and gladly teaches, is our permanent 
wealth. Since "Prof." is leaving us and because we will miss him sorely, in gratitude 
we give him our book. 

The Hawk Staff, 1960-61 




PROFESSOR JULIUS A. OLIVER 



IN I\IEI\IORIAM 




Mrs. Jennie V. Wendell Williams 
March 15, 1961 

Valiant and Beautiful, Wise and Good 

Bathed in Perpetual Light 

She Lives On In 

Our Hearts and Minds 











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

As Maryland State College approaches her golden jubilee year, President 
Williams may count with pride the doors of opportunity he has opened for class 
after class of hopeful students whose only keys have been determination and the 
desire for knowledge. Builder of our house of intellect as well as our physical 
homes and doors, Dr. Williams continues his great task with determination and 
enthusiasm. Hawks everywhere salute our gallant President. 



THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND: 
THE HONOR.\BLE J. MILLARD TAWES 




Thf: warm and friendly man who visited our campus two years ago and made 
an unforgettable impression of strong leadership continues to serve the citizens of 
Maryland with such dedication and strength that we take pride in his being our 
Eastern Shore neighbor as well as our friend. 



The Board of Regents for Higher Education 




Charles P. McCormick 
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Executive Officer 



Harry H. Nuttle 
Treasurer 




B. Herbert Drown 
SecrelarY 




Louis I. Kaplan 
Assistant Secretary 




C. Ewing Tuttie 



Thomas W. Pansborn 



^^illiam Walsh 




Richard W. Case 



Thomas B. Symons 



Mrs. Sara A. WhiteViurst 



Foreword 



At some colleges, high and ivied walls surround build- 
ings, teachers, and students: their doors are hard to find. 
At Maryland State College, our spacious campus and tower- 
ing halls assure those coming to seek a new life here that 
no high forbidding barriers shut them out. that here to 
knock is to open wide. ^ hen the door is opened and he 
who has knocked can enter and begin a new life, he gives 
the lie to the dead \ ictorian poet: he will hear "great 
argument." but he will never pass out by the same intellec- 
tual door through which he went. \^ e are encompassed by 
a cloud of witnesses to this truth — the Class of 1961. 

In 1960. as in years gone by. manv doors opened at 
Maryland State College, for some of us for the first time. 
Many doors opened, for upper classmen, especially sen- 
iors, for the last time. Well remembered friends stood 
ready to assist both new student and old to "open the 
door to good fame." Lest we forget the profound and 
subtle changes wrought upon us within the doors of our 
alma mater, the members of the staff of The Hawk present 
their record nf the life of students and faculty who, in 
1960, sought and found that at Maryland State College 
to ask was to ha\e. to seek was to find, to knock was to 
open wide. 



Table of Contents 

Page 

Dedication 3 

Administration 10 

Faculty and Staff 12 

Seniors 28 

Juniors 44 

Sophomores 58 

Freshmen 70 

Organizations 82 

The Key, The Door. The House of Knowledge 98 

Features 108 

Sports 116 

They Passed This Way 124 

With The Alumni * 126 




Dr. James D. Singletan", Dean of Maryland State College 




Mr. F. H. Harris Dean of Men 
Reverend W. Tycer Nelson, College Minister 



Mi^; Edith I. Gibbs, Dean of Women 
Dr. E. \^ orthington Waters, Director of Guidance 




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Mrs. Ina Q. Steele, Adtninistrnlive Assistant to the President 



Mr. Sheridan A. Parks, Business Manager 




Mrs. Violet J. Wood, Director of Admissions 
Mrs. Olie A. Carpenter, Librarian 



-Mr. Charles C. Jacobs, Director of Public Relations: French. 
Dr. Cecil A. DuVerney, College Physician 






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



Clifton J. .Anderson, A. B.. In- Raymond P. Aigatt, S. li., M. 1. T., Mechanic Arts 

dianu: Physical Educiiiion 





R. H. Beasley, A. B., Fort Valley; M. A., Atlanta; 
Director of Mninttmanci: 



Theodore BriKfrs, B. S., Hampton; M.S., Michigan; 
Mechanic Arts 



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Abraham Brind, A. B., Clark (Mass.); M. S., G)lumbia; Mary Fair Burks, A. B., Alabama State; M. A., Carrie D. Chisholm Secretary lo 

Physics Michigan; English the Denn 




WiUiam Clelland, B. S., Kentucky Stale; 
M.S., Ohio State; Mechanic Arts 




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




Luui; ^\. Crjcken. A. B.. Arizona: ^^. A., Denver: Major, USAF 
AFROTC Head 



Marian Cuyjet, Katharine Dunham School of Theater Arts; Ballet 



Ella P. Doane, Dormitory Matron 






Alcihia A. Elps, A. li., M. A., Columbia; Home Economics 



Annr: R. P'ifhi-r, R. N. Cotlege Nurse 




J. Leon Gates, A. B., Maryland State; Business Of jit 




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

Freddye K. M. Hill. B. S., Morgan; M.S., Penn State; Physical 
Education 




Phyllis Goldsborough. Telephone Operator 




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



Anne Howard, Secretary. Agriculture-Home Economics 






WiUiam O. Hull. A. B., Lincoln iPa.l: M.S.. University of Pennsyl- 
vania: Mathematics 



Cecelia E. Humphrey, B. S., Iowa State College; M. A., M. S., Michi 
gan; Ph.D., Cincinnati; Head, Home Economics 




William R. Hylche, B. .S., Langston: M.S.. Oklahoma State; Mnlhnmntics 



Lillian W. jnlley. Assistant Dean of Women 



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I. Virginia Jones, B. A., Hampton; M. A., Columbia; Business 
Awdry W. Jones, B. S., Maryland State; Education 
Research Assistant, Chemistry 




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 Stenographer 




F. W. Lauridsen, Engineering 
Drawing 



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W. A. Lynk, B. A., Fisk; M.S., Michigan; Chemistry 



Vernon E. McCain; A. B., Langston; M. A., Tennessee State; Di- 
rector of Athletics 



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




Uaud C. .Marion, B. S., Horida; M.S., Minnesota; Ph.D., Cornell; 
.'IgricuUure 



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Jimmie Mosely, B. A., Texas Southern; M.Ed., Penn State; Art 




Elaine Ni-wsome, A. B.. Bennett: M. A.. Howard; A;ii.'/,.s/, 



Enumiiel Nmlel, A.I!., Brooklyn; M. A., Ph.D., Indiana; History 




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



Hans NijrljTt, D. Jur., Vienna; Languages 

.Iamf= C. Pfaiitz, Captain, USAF; B. S., United States Military Academy; Air Science 



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




Vernon W. Stone. A. B.. Central Y.MCA (Chicago ) ; M. B. A.. Chic- 
ago: Ph.D., California: Business Education 



Charles 0. Stout, A. B., Kansas; M.S., Ph. D., Indiana; Head, Mech- 
anic Arts 




John v. Strickland. D.J Ku^t; M. .S., .Massachusetts; Poultry Husbandry, Economics 



James A. .Sullivan. Hampton; Mechanic Arts 



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 Devenia P. Wallace, B. S., Princess Anne; M. t)., Virginia State; Home 

Economics 




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



Dorothy Waters, A. B., Morgan ; English 



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






Arthur H. Webb. A. B.. M.S., Ph.D., University of Illinois; Biology 



Thomas H. Wiles, New York Institute of Photography, School of 
Modem Photography, Dascher School of Photography, Winona School 
of Photography: Photography 




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Thomas B. Wilburn, B. .4., Ohio State; Business Ojjice 



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





AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION STAFF: Gaston Finney, Agricultural Agent; Omega M. Jones, Home Demonstration Agent; 
Gertrude Capers, Secretary 




DINING HALL STAFF: Front Row {I. to r.) : Marian Williams, J. S. Jones, Agnes Webster, Henry Mills, Arella Grffin. Back Ron- ( /. to r.) ; 
I. W. Knight, Landis Beauchamp, Benjamin Black, Hilton Johnson, George Waters. 




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Out-of-door? they are a hard working faciihy. 




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Indoorr they work hard. Dr. Stone of Business Ed. addresses 
Faculty Institute group. 




They that ab<.>ut poultry and poetry on lh<; hanks of the 
Pocomoke River. 




But out-of-doors they also like to play. 




Out-of-doors again they relax at Institute Picnic with Dr. Williams 
as host. 

Again indoors; again hard at work. (/. lo r.) ; Webb, Cracken. 
Strickland, F. Williams, Hill, Stout, Stone, Jacobs, Wallace. 




SENIORS 




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EUGENE J. BALLARD 

112-47 177 Street 

St. Albans. New York 



MILTON BANKS 
Route One, Box 50 
Milton, Delaware 



ESTHER M. BOARDLEY 
Simpsonville, Maryland 




COR.A BOULWARE 

49 Spring Street 
Norwich, Connecticut 



xMYRTLE BOWEN 

2828 Lodge Farm Road 

Baltimore, Maryland 



CALVIN C. BRANDON 

11 Walnut Avenue 
Baltimore 22, Maryland 



BALLARD. EUGENE J.: Physical Education; Lettermen's 
Club, Monarch Club, Fhy.sical Education Club. BANKS, 
MILTON: Mathematics; Science Club; Treasurer, Omega 
Psi Phi Fraternity; Assistant Secretary. YMCA : Student 
Counselors. BOARDLEY, ESTHER M.: Sociology; New- 
man Club, Angel Flight, Rifle Club, Chorus, Student 
Counselors, Women's Council; AFROTC Queen, 1959. 



BOULWARE, CORA LEE: Home Economics; Stagecraf- 
ters, Women's Council, YWCA. BOWEN, MYRTLE 0.: 
Business Education; Wotnen's Council; YWCA; Student 
Counselors; Business Club; Secretary, G. E. C. Hayes Stu- 
dent Loan Fund; NEA; SNEA; MTA; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Interest Group. BRANDON, CALVIN S.: Biology; Science 
Club, Men's Council, YMCA, Monarch Club. 




MORRIS B. BRANHAM 

5818 Ludlow Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



THEODORE BRISCOE 

3018 Monadawan Avenue 

Baltimore, Maryland 



FLOYD G. BROTHERS 

1618 Martin Avenue 
South Norwalk, Virginia 




CHARLES D. BROWN 

709 Second Street 

Annapolis, Maryland 



JOHN F. BROWN 

521 Noah Road 

Pleasantville, New Jersey 



JULIA M. BROWN 

Shady Oak 

Bryanstown, Maryland 



BRANHAM, MORRIS: Sociology; YMCA, History Club. 
Men's Council. BRISCOE, THEODORE: Industrial Arts; 
Industrial Arts Club, YMCA, Monarch Club. BROTHERS, 
FLOYD G. : Music; Vice President, Men's Senate Vice 
President, Pan-Hellenic Council, and Council Representa- 
tive, Omega Psi Phi; Dean of Pledges, Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity; Vice President, Veterans' Club; Band; Choir. 



BROWN, CHARLES D.: Industrial Education: Industrial 
Arts Club, Monarch Club. YMCA. College Band. Kappa 
Alpha Psi Scrollers Club. BROWN. JOHN F.: Industrial 
Education; Monarch Club. Industrial Arts Club. Stage- 
crafters. Jazz Nomads. Electricity Club. BROWN. JULIA: 
Home Economics; Corresponding Secretary. Newman Club: 
Home Economics Club; Women's Council: YWCA. 



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VERDELLE C. BROWN 

400 Ashley Avenue 
Charleston. South Carolina 



EDWARD BUSH 
2201 Bnant Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 



MONYA A. CEPHAS 

20 Skinner's Court 
Cambridge, Maryland 




Ernesl G. Champion 

5507 Jay Street, N. E. 

Washington, D. C. 



MARY ELLEN CHARMS 

20 Union Street 

Westminster, Maryland 



JAMES D. CHERRY 

470 Fenchurch Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 



BROWN. VKRlJtLLK C; Social Science; NEA, Women's 
Council, Social Science Club, Stagecrafters. BUSH, liD- 
WARD: Physical Education; Lettermein's Cluh, Monarch 
Club, Track Team. .Scrollers Club. CP:PHAS, MONYA: 
Home Economics: President, Collefre Club Section of Mary- 
lanrl Home Economics Clubs: YWCA : Wrjmcn's fiouncil; 
Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group: Home F>onomics Club; 
Delta Sigma Theta. CHAMPIO.N, ERNEST 0.: business 



Ed.; Business Club, Scrollers Club, YMCA, Men's Council. 
CHARMS, MARY E.: Business Ed.; President, Angel 
Flight; Vice President, G. E. C. Hayes Loan Fund; Gram- 
mateus. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Secretary, Student 
Counselors; Women's Council, Business Club, NEA, YWCA. 
Business Teachers Association, Maryland State Teachers 
Association:. CHERRY, JAMES D.: Industrial Arts; Veter- 
ans' Club, Industrial Arts Club, Monarch Club, YMCA. 



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GODFREY H. CLAYTON 
Route One, Box 55 
Worton, Maryland 



LYCURCIS S. COTTMAN 

722 Delaware Avenue 

Salisbur)', Maryland 



CHARIS E. R. CROSSE 

530 West Isabella Street 

Salisbury, Maryland 





LAWRENCE D. CUNDIFF 
219-19 Street, N. E. 
Washinaton, D. C. 



MARIE CUNNINGHAM 

916 Stephens Street 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



CHARLES yi CURTIS 

186-47 Jordan Avenue 

St. Albans 12, L. I., N. Y. 



CLAYTON, GODFREY: Business Education; NEA: Secre- 
tary, Scrollers Club; Business Club; YMCA. COTTMAN, 
LYCURCIS S.: Eue:lish: English Club. YMCA; Men^s 
Council. CROSSE. CHARIS E. R.: English; President, 
Women's Council; President. Wesley Foundation; Vice 
President, Senior Class; Vice President. Stagecrafters; 
Dean of Pledges, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Student 
Counselors; Secretary, Student Council (19591; Hayes 
Loan Fund Committee; Angel Flight; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society (Secretary) ; Year Book Staff Correspond- 
ent (1959, 19601; Who's Who Among Studenis in Ameri- 



can Colleges and Universities (1959. 19601; Woman of 
the Year, 1960. CUNDIFF, LAWRENCE D.: History: 
Student Council. Scrollers Club, Kappa Alpha Psi Fra- 
ternity, College Choir. YMCA History Club. Men"s Senate. 
Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group. CUNNINGHAM. 
MARIE: Biology: YWCA. Angel Flight. Women's Coun- 
cil, Pyramid Club, Senior Class Sweetheart. CURTIS. 
CHARLES M.: Physical Education: Sigma Psi Sigma 
Fraternity. NEA. Track Team, Football Team. Band, Wesley 
Foundation. 



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J I UriH M. CLVJEl 

S301 Cedarhurst 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



CALVERT \V. DAVIDSON 

2733 Hollister Avt-nuc 

Norfolk, Virginia 



JOSEPH A. DENT 

6316 Ritchie Road, S. E. 

Forestville, Maryland 




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2408 Druid Hill Avcniio 
Hultimorc, Maryland 



F. CALVIN DREW 
321 Grantley Strrct 
Haltimore, Maryland 



CI \JK'I. )l Urill \I.: I'hysiral Education: Captain. 
Cheerinji Squad. J'J.">7-I'J6I : Stajiecrafters: \EA: Physical 
Education Club: Reporter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Alpha Kappa VIu Interest Croup: Sweetheart. Alphi Phi 
Alpha 119591. DAVIDSON. CAIA'KP.T: Physical lulura- 
lioii: Physical E'lucation Club: I^^ltermen's Club, Pre.si- 
flent; Editor, Tuk Hawk ri9.5'J, J960); Football Team 
119-57-196]): Lam|;ado.s Club; President, Junior Class 
(]959i: President. Senior Class (19601: Student Council 



(19.59). DENT, JOSEPH A.: Building Construction; Let- 
termen's Club; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Captain, 
Baseball Team. DIGGS, CHARLES E.: Physical Educa- 
tion: Newman Club; Veterans' Club; Stagecrafters; Base- 
ball Squad: Treasurer, Senior Class. DOWNING, VAUG- 
HAN J.: Art Education; Veterans' Club, College Choir, 
College Band, Sphinx Club. DREW, C. FRANK: Agricul- 
ture; New Farmers of America, YMCA, Men's Council. 



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YORK EGGLESTON 

1216 North Gay Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



WALTER W. FRIEND 

Route One, Box 38A 

Preston, Maryland 



CHARLES E. GOULD 

28 Park Avenue 
Greensboro, Maryland 





HAROLD C. GRAY 

2214 Reservoir Avenue 

Norfolk, Virginia 



JOHN D. GRAY 
Bay Ridge, Box 120 
Annapolis. Maryland 



WILLL/^M R. GRAY 

1615 Campostella Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 



EGGLESTON. YORK: Physical Education; Veterans' Club 
Lettermen's Club, Men's Council. Alpha Phi Alpha. 
FRIEND, WALTER: Building Construction; Chairman. 
Program Committee, YMCA; Student Counselors: Men's 
Senate; Rifle Team; Baseball Team; Assistant to the 
Dean of Men; Maryland State Teachers Association. 
GOULD, CHARLES E.: Chemistry; Student Council (Treas- 
urer. 1959; PresidenL 1960); Science Club (President. 
1959) ; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity (Vice President. 1959) : 
Men's Senate (Treasurer. 19591; Associate Editor. Tuic 



Hawk (1959); Lettermen's Club; Baseball Team: Presi- 
dent, Pan-Hellenic Council (1959): Statistician. Athletic 
Department (1959. 1960). GRAY. HAROLD C: Ruildinp 
Construction-. Lettermen's Club: Baseball Team. 1957- 
1961: Captain. Football Team. 1960: Batting Title. Small 
Colleges (1959). GRAY. JOHN Y).-. Biology: YMCA. 
Stagecrafters. Science Club. Tennis, Sailing. GRA'V . WIL- 
LIAM R. : General Business: Lettermen's Club. Business 
Club, Football Team (1957-1961). Track Squad. 



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ED\S ARD M. GREENE 
11 Sunset Boulevard 
I'rcjton, Marjland 



RAMONA K. HALE 

5737 Ludlow Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



ROBERT L. HAMILTON 

1228 West Second Street 

Chester, Pennsylvania 




HARRY 0. HANDY 

Route 2, Spring 
Salisbury, Marylaml 



DOROTHY R. G. HARLEY 

124 Cannon Street 
Charleston, South Carolina 




JOSEPH HARRIS, JR. 

19 Atlantic Avenue 

Marawan, New Jersey 



GREP:.\E. \:\)\\.\\'A) M.: Indus! rial Edumlion: YMCA, 
Men's Senate. .Stuflerit \KA, Library Assistant, Afrriculturt- 
A^^'ies. Intramural Basketball. HAIX, RA.MONA K.: Phy- 
sical Education: Women's Council. Physical Kducatiorj 
Club. HAMILTON. ROBKHT L.: Industrial Education:, 
Foothall Squad. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. YMCA. 
HANDY. HARRY 0.: Musk YMCA. StUflent Counselors. 



Men's Council, College Band. HARLEY, DOROTHY R.: 
Socioloii,Y; YWCA: Woirien's Council; Treasurer, Ivy Leaf 
Club; Stagecraflers; Sergeant, Angel Flight; History Club; 
French Club; NEA: Women's Intramurals. HARRIS, JOS- 
EPH: liiolofi-y; YMCA, Science Club, Men's Senate, Veter- 
ans' Club. 





DAVID C. HENRY 
McDaniel, Maryland 



MARY J. HITCH 

110 Small Street 

Salisbury, Maryland 



JOHN E. HOBBS 

1211 West 41 Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 





RICHARD HUFF 

634 West Lloyd Street 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



CHARLES C. JACKSON 
Route One, Box 223 
Rhodesdale, Maryland 



MARY LILLIAN JACKSON 
Route 2, Box 153 
Hurlock, Maryland 



HENRY, DAVID C. : Business Education; Eastern Business 
Teachers Association: Maryland State Teachers Associa- 
tion; National Education Association; Secretary, YMCA; 
Secretary, Rifle Club; Vice President, Business Club; Lam- 
pados Club; Assistant to Dean of Men; Student Counselors. 
HITCH. MARY J.: Business Education; Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority. Business Club, YWCA. Student NEA, Women's 
Council. HOBBS. JOHN E.: Sociology. History Club; 
Lettermen's Club; Baseball Team; Football Team 11957- 
1961: Captain. 19601. HUFF. RICHARD: Physical Ed- 



ucation: Polemarch, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity: Letter- 
men's Club: Football Team (1957-1961): Pan-Hellenic 
Council: Physical Education Club: Chess Club. JACKSON. 
CHARLES C: Agricultural Education-, Veterans' Club: 
Vice President. New Farmers of America: YMCA. JACK- 
SON. MARY LILLIAN: Business Education: President. 
YWCA: Vice President. Secretary-Delegate. SNEA: Wom- 
en's Council: Business Club: Women's Intramurals: MSC 
Delegate to Maryland Future Teachers of America. 



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ELEANOR B. JAMES 

Route 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



SHIRLEY B. JOHNSON 

Route One, Box 208 
Pocomoke City, Maryland 



BOBBY P. JONES 

410 Winder Street 

Henderson, North Carolina 




\NIJREW KELLEY, JR 
Route One, Box 2-51 
Preston, Maryland 



LOIS KELLY 

2906 East Federal Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



CHARLES E. LEE 
400 Chestnut Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 



JAMES, ELtA.NOK: English; Student Council 1)959); 
English Club: Student NEA: Who's Who Amon(^ Stu- 
dents 1 1960 1: Chess Club; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society; YWCA; Wesley Foundation. JOHNSON, SHIR- 
LEY B.: Business Education; Student N'EA; Basileus. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Business Club; Women's 
Council; Year Book Staff (1959). JONES, BOBBY P.: 



Sociology; Rifle Club, Lampados Club, Chess Club, YMCA. 
KELLEY, ANDREW: Agriculture; NEW Farmers of Amer- 
ica, Men's Council, YMCA. KELLY, LOIS: Biology; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority; Science Club; Student Council; 
Omega Sweetheart, 19.59; Miss Maryland State, 1960. 
LEE, CHARLES E.: Mathematics; Science Club, Monarch 
Club. Men's Council. 



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JOHN H. LEE 
1608 E St., N. E. 
Washington, D. C. 



MARY H. LOVE 

319 Spartanburg Street 
Greenville, South Carolina 



ALVIN B. MARBRAY 

Box 175 
Bryans Road, Maryland 





GEORGE MARRABLE 
268 Seymour Avenue 
Newark, New Jersey 



ALEXANDER MATTHEWS 

1642 North Appleton Street 
Baltimore. Maryland 



DANIEL MILLER 

3126 South Fourth Street 

Frederick. Oklahoma 



LEE, JOHN H.: Biology; Scrollers Club, YMCA, Men's 
Senate, Science Club. LOVE, MARY H. : Art Education; 
Delta Sigma Theta, Women's Council, YWCA, Stage- 
crafters, French Club. MARBRAY, ALVIN B.: Agricul- 
ture; President, New Farmers of America; Vice President, 
Rifle Team; Drill Team (19.571. MARRABLE. GEORGE: 



Sociology; Vice President, Monarch Club; Rifle Club; Na- 
tional Education Association. MATTHEWS. ALEXAN- 
DER: Social Science; Alpha Phi Alpha. YMCA. Men's 
Council. History Club. MILLER. DANIEL: General Bus- 
iness; Business Club. Lettermen's Club, Football Team 
(1957-19611, Track Team 11958-1961). 



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GODFREY E. MILLS 

2 Whitney Terrace 

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 



DEWITT L. MOORE 

12 Marbury Lane 
Brandv^vine, Maryland 



FRANKLIN P. MUSE 

710 Jeffrey Street 
Chester, Pennsylvania 




BERENIECE M. NAPPER 

Route 4, Box 149 

Marlinsville. Virginia 



WALTER PAULS 
(,)ijeenstown, Maryland 



CHARLES A. PINDER 
Box 58, Route One 
Vienna, Maryland 



MILLS. GODFREY E.: Biology; Science Club, Chorus, 
Band: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity (Secretary, 1958-1960; 
President. 1960 » : President. YMCA (19.59) ; Student Coun- 
-selors (1959-19601: Piifle Club; Executive Officer, Arnold 
Air Society ( 19.59-1 96fJ I ; Advanced ROTC, (19.59-1960), 
r/w'i IV ho Amonff Students 11959-1960). MOORE, DE- 
WITT L.: Ajirkulture Education; YMCA, Men's Council, 
Veterans' Club. MUSE, FRA.\KLI\ P.: Hocuil Science; 
Kappa Alpha Psi: XEA; MSC Planning' Committee; I^et- 
terrnen's Club: French Club: History Club; Sports Editor. 



The Hawk (1959-1960) ; Vice President, The Student Coun- 
cil; President, Men's Senate; Football Team (1957-1961). 
NAPPER, BERENIECE: Mathematics; Women's Council. 
Angel Flight, Delta Sigma Theta, Pan-Hellenic Council 
(1959), Science Club, YWCA, Student Counselors. 
PAULS, WALTER: Agriculture; New Farmers of America, 
YMCA, Rifle Club, Science Club, Men's Senate. PINDER, 
CHARLES: Industrial Arts; Vice President, YMCA; Trea- 
surer, NEA; Vice Basileus, Omega Psi Phi; Pan-Hellenic 
Council. 1959; Student Counselors, 1959-1960. 




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

Exmore, Virginia 



H. LEON PRINGLE 
Route 1, Box 216 
Nathalie, Virginia 



LOUIS H. PRITCHETT 
9004 Varnuni Street 
Lanham, Maryland 





GREGORY S. PROCTOR 

Point Tobacco 

Maryland 



AVERILL M. RAINEY 

3037 Dauphin Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



ERNEST T. RANDALL 
Paris, Maryland 



POOLE, NORMAN N.: Physical Education; President, Vet- 
erans' Club (1959-1960); Physical Education Club; Men's 
Senate. PRINGLE, H. LEON: Biology; YMCA, Men's 
Council, Chess Club. Science Club. PRITCHETT. LOUIS: 
Business Education; Business Club; Editor-in-Chief, The 
Ledger; Lampados Club; Student NEA; UBEA; Secretary. 
Men's Senate; Honor Society. PROCTOR, GREGORY S.: 
Agriculture Education; New Farmers of America, New- 
man Club. RAINEY. AVERILL: Business Educa- 



tion; NEA; NBTA; Tamiouchos, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor- 
ority; Parliamentarian, Business Club. News Reporter. The 
Ledger; Corresponding Secretary. Student Council; Year 
Book Staff. 1959: President. Alpha Kappa Mu Interest 
Group. RANDALL, ERNEST T.: Agriculture Education; 
New Farmers of America: President, Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society: Squadron Commander. AFROTC: Who's 
Who Among Students. 





THEODORE L. RICHARDSON 

16 Windley Road 

Portsmouth. Virginia 



DAVID RIDDICK 

1217 South 22 Street 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 



SYLVIA E. RIGGS 

Box 57 

Owings, Maryland 





JOE R. ROBINSON 
2.3aj Edison Street 
Charlotte, .North Carolina 



CARROL -SCOTT 
Route One, Box 88 
Wetipquin, Maryland 



SARAH E. SHEPPARD 

Box 144 

Cardova, Maryland 



RICHARDSON. THEODORE L.: Music- Pre.sident, The 
Sta^fif.rafter.s: Men'?; Senate: Choir: Band: Student NEA. 
RIDDICK. DAVID: InduslrUd Education; YMCA. Men's 
Counril. Basketball Team ( ]'Jr>7-] 961 ) . Ali-Ameriean CI- 
AA Basketball Team (Second i. RIGGS, SYLVIA: Home 
Economics; Women's Council. Library Assistant, Home 



Economics Club. ROBINSON, JOE: Physical Education; 
Varsity Football four years; "M" Club; Varsity Basketball; 
President. Physical Education Club. SCOTT, CARROL: 
History; Men's Council, YMCA, Veterans' Club. SHEP- 
PARD, SARAH: Physical Education; Women's Council, 
YWCA, Physical Education Club. 




WILLIAM CECIL SHORT 

Star Route 3 

La Plata, Maryland 



JOSEPH M. SMITH 

Box 116 
3ryans Road, Maryland 



WILBUR C. SMITH 

7238 Tucker Road 
Oxon Hill, Maryland 





WILLIAM N. SOLLERS 
Glenely, Maryland 



GLORIA SPENCER 

R. F. D. #3400 

Upper Marlboro, Maryland 



TIMOTHY T. STRATTON 

P.O. Box 304 

Cheriton, Virginia 



SHORT, WILLIAM C: Agriculture; Secretary, Newman 
Club; Secretary, NFA Club; Parliamentarian. Science 
Club; Representative and Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Council: 
Representative and Treasurer, Student Council; Basileus 
of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, (1959-1960). SMITH. JO- 
SEPH M.: Agriculture; Student Counselors, New Farm- 
ers of America. SMITH. WILBUR: Physical Education; 
Varsity Basketball (1957-1961), All-CIAA Honorable Men- 



tion Basketball Team (1959). SOLLERS. WILLIAM N.: 
Physical Education; YMCA. Drill Master for Angel Flight 
(19591. Cross-Country Track Team. SPENCER, GLORIA 
E. : Business Education; YWCA. Women's Council, Bus- 
iness Club. NEA-EBTA: Interest Group. Alpha Kappa Mu. 
STRATTON, TIMOTHY T.: Music: Student Counselors, 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, College Choir, Band, NEA. 
Clefters. 




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A. WARDELL THOMAS 

920 North Eden Street 

Baltimore. Manland 



JAMES R. TAYLOR, JR. 

11720 Ellington Drive 

Beltsville, Maryland 



BERNARD P. SWEETNEY 

2437 Reisterstown Road 

Baltimore, Maryland 




IHOMAS TUCKER 
618 Wefit Main Street 
Salisbury, Maryland 



COLESLEE E. WIGGINS 

.^21 North Gilmore Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



BARBARA O. WRIGHT 

R.F.D. One 

Oiieenstown, Maryland 



SWEETNEY. BERNARD P.: An Education; Pan-Hellenic 
Council. ROTC Band, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. TAY- 
LOR. JAMES R.: molof^y; Science Club, YMCA. 
THO.MAS, A. WAROEEL: An Education; Monarch 
Club fPresident, 1958-1960). Foothall Trainer, Hawk Staff. 
TUCKER, THOMAS: Physical Education; YMCA, Physical 



Education Club. WIGGINS, COLESLEE: Photography; 
Monarch Club; YMCA; Hawk Staff Photographer (1959- 
1960); President, Student Loan Fund. WRIGHT, BAR- 
BARA 0.: Biolo/^y; Science Club; President, Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority; Women's Council; YWCA. 




JUNIORS 







DORIS ADAMS 



CARL ANDERSON 



JAMES ATWATER 






RICHARD BADGER 



JOHN BATTS 



CAROLYN BLACK 






WILLIAM BORDERS 



ROLAND BOYCE 



EDWARD BOYER 






JACQUELINE BRINKLEY 



MELVIN BROOKS 



CLAUDE BROWN 






HARRY BROWN 



INA BRYANT 



EDITH CARR 






IVY JEAN CARTER 



IRVIN CEVIS 



HELEN CHESTER 



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JAMES CHRISTIAN 



STANLEY CHRISTY 



RONALD COBB 






GLORIA CONWAY 



ALBERT CORDERY 



ANNA COSTLEY 






JEROME COLNTEE 



RONALD CRUMP 



RUBY CUNNINGHAM 



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JAMES CURTIS 



LENA DAVIS 



WALTER DORSEY 









VERNETTA EASLEY 



HATTIE ENNELS 



CURTIS FISHER 






CHARLES FOSTER 



CHARLES FULLER 



SHIRLEY GAME 



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EDMOND GREEN 



KENNETH GREENE 



THEODORE GREENE 






WILLIAM GREENE 



AMY GRIER 



CHARLES HARVIN 






ERNEST HAWKINS 



LEO HAWKINS 



WILLIAM HAWKINS 



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ROSA HENDERSON 



WILLIAM HENDERSON 



HELEN HILL 






BERNICE HITE 



HAZEL HOLDEN 



SHIRLEY HOUNSHELL 






TERRECIA JACKSON 



KENNETH JACKSON 



WILLIAM HUBBARD 



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JAMES JOLLEY 





DELORES JONES 



LAURA JONES 






■AMLEL JONES 



ALONZO KELLY 



MILDRED KELLY 





WELTON M<;CREADY 



ROSALIE MILLER 




SONIA MOODY 






LOIS NORMAN 



LAURA NORRIS 



GARDY PAYTON 






RANDALL PERRY 



CAROLYN PETERSON 



JAMES PHIPPS 






CARLYLE PIERCE 



IRMA POLK 



PRESTON POLK 






JOHN PRICE 



CHARLES PURCELL 



BENJAMIN PURKETT 




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SAMUEL QUALLS 



WAYNE REED 



CHARLES RIGGS 






MARGARET SfXjTT 



GEORGE SMITH 



HARRY SMITH 






PERCELL SMITH 



WILLIAM STANFORD 



DOROTHY STEVENSON 






DONALD STEWART 



ELMER TAYLOR 



FRANKLIN TAYLOR 






FRANCIS THOMAS 



JAMES THOMAS 



LEONORA TIMMONS 






JAMES TOLSON 



NELSON TOWNSEND 



FRANCIS WADE 






DAVID WALSTON 



FREDERICK WEAVER 



SYLVESTER WHITE 






JANF.T WHITTINGTO.N 



CHAKLKS WILKINS 



liFN,(AMIN WII.IJAM.'- 



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CURTIS WILLIAMS 



JESSE WILLIAMS 



WALTER WILLIAMS 




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MARCUS WILLIS 



EVERETT WILLS 



FREDERIC ENGH 






JAMES CATO 



ALFRED BELL 



NICHOLAS BOxMD 



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CHARLES HOLMES 



LELL\ MADDOX 



TYRONE PARKER 




JOYFUL, JIVING JUNIORS: THOSE 
WONDERFUL HAWKS WON! 



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LINDA ANDERSON 



CHARLES AYERS 



WALLACE BEAUFORD 






HILLLARD BOULWARE 



ENEZ BOWINS 



CARSON BRITTINGHAM 






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IK IS liKOOKS 



ALLEN BROWN 



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ISAAC BROWN 



ROBERTA V. BROWN 



EUGENE BULLOCK 






SHIRLEY BURTON 



CLAUDE CONWAY 



CHANTIO DELAINE 






GEORGE DORSEY 



CELIA DOUGLAS 



EDNA ENNELS 






NORMA FERGUSON" 



SHIRLEY FERGUSON 



WILLIAM FINGER 






BARBARA FISHER 



SANDRA FLEMING 



ROBERT FORD 






CLARENCF, GADSDEN 



FRANK GARRETT 



ISADORA GEE 






BIRDIE HARRIS 



DOLLIE HARRIS 



ELAINE HAYES 




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JOSHUA HAZLETON 





MELVIN HILL 



PEGGY HOBBS 






DOROTHY HOLLIDAY 



KARLTON JACKSON 



WILLIAM JOHNSON 






DANIEL JONES 



INA JONES 



ALICE KEENE 






ANNABELLE LEWIS 



JAMES LANE 



ALONZO KILGORE 






CONST,\NCE MAGEE 



DAVID MAHONEY 



GLEND McGUIRE 






WILLIE MLRCER 



NAMON MITCHELL 



J U ANITA MOORE 






MARTHA MOORE 



MARY MOORE 



LAWRENCE NEWMAN 






HAMILTON PARRAN 



ALLEN PETTAWAY 



JOHN PIERCE 



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EUZABETH FINDER 



E\ ERETT POOLE 



MICHAEL PRINGLE 






TOMMY PURNELL 



PAUL ROBERSON 



RUSSELL ROGERS 






EMERSON ROSS 



LEONA ROSS 



ALBERT SANTIO 






ERNEST SATCHELL 



OMAR SMITH 



ROBERT SPENCE 






ROBERT D. SPENCER 



ORLANDO SPRY 



GLENDOLA STANLEY 






DELORES STOKES 



CONSTANCE STURGIS 



NORRIS SYDNOR 



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REBECCA SYDNOR 



ROBERT TAYLOR 



BAISEY THOMAS 






CAROLYN THOMPSON 



FRANCIS TOLSON 



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ROBERT VAN NESS 






•WILBLR WARFIELO 



VIOLA WARRICK 



BERNICE WASHINGTON 






HANNA WASHINGTON 



ALEETA WEEDON 



WILLIE WIGGINS 



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LEON V. ANDERSON 
CHARLES E. BALLARD 
WILBUR BALLARD 
EDWARD L. BELFORD 



WILLIAM BLACKWELL 
MALFRED M. BOLDEN 
JEANETTE BRATTEN 
R. BRITTINGHAM 



A. BROKENBOROUGH 
DWIGHT BROOKS 
MICHAEL BROOKS 
CLAUDE BROWN 




GLORIA J. BROWN 
MARVIN J. BROWN 
SARA L. BROWN 
WALTON H. BURROUGHS 



LONNIE BUTLER 

MELVIN A. CALLAMAN 
BARBARA CANNON 
BERNARD J. CARTER 



VICTOR D. CARTER 
EUGENE L. CEPHAS 
CLARENCE CLEMONS 
GEORGE E. COATES 



DOROTHY E. COLEMAN 
JAMES O. CORNISH 
VAUGHN L. COSTON 
ST. GEORGE CROSSE 



MYLES A. DAVIDSON 
RICHARD DAVIS 
GEORGE T. DIGGS 
CAROLYN A. DOSWELL 





PATRICIA ELLIS 
ERNEST E. EVANS 
WILEASE FIELDS 
MAURICE FOOTE 



EARSELL L. FORD 
THOMAS L. FRASIER 
BARBARA GAITHER 
EDWARD GARDNER 



THOMAS A. GIBBS 
H. ALGATHA GIBSON 
BARBARA GLENN 
ELWYN A. GODSEY 




BENJAMIN GOODMAN 
NEDA MAE GRANT 
LARUE GRAY 
ABRAHAM GREEN 



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JANEEN GREEN 
JENNETTE GREGORY 
LAMONT D. GRIFFIN 
GARNELL GUNTHER 



FAYE D. HACKETT 
ALMA HALL 
ALFONSO L. HAMMOND 
LEON R. HENRY 



LORENZER HOLMES 
BERNARD F. JACKSON 
ALLEN M. JOHNSON 
AMELL^. E. JOHNSON 



EUGENE E. JOHNSON 
MARILYN E. JOHNSON 
JAMES W. JONES 
LULA G. JONES 





MARTHA M. JONES 
BURRELL JORDAN 
WILLIE S. JOYNER 
CHRISTINE KELLY 



DORIS D. E. KENNEDY 
BARBARA A. KING 
JOHN M. LEE 
LEROY LEWIS 



MELVIN K. LEWIS 
RICHARD D. LINDSAY 
ABRAHAM LOCKETT, JR. 
RUTH D. LOFLAND 




HOWARD B. LYLES 
MATTIE M. LYONS 
MANCE McCALL 
YVONNE McCLAIN 



OLIVIA McCREADY 
RONALD McCULLOUGH 
DELORES MACKALL 
LAVERNE MARBRAY 



CARROLL L. MARCUS 
JAMES H. MARROW 
INEZ E. MARSHALL 
RODOLFO F. MENDEZ 



WAYNE S. MILES 
DONALD V. MITCHELL 
MARION E. MOLOCK 
CARL R. MURDEN 



BETTIE A. NOEL 
DELORES M. ODEN 
MELVIN L. PARHAM 
WILSON L. PARRAN 




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SHARON L. PHILLIPS 
LEWIS POWELL 
WILLIAM R. POWELL 
MARY S. PROCTOR 



LESTER PURNELL 
NORWOOD F. PURNELL 
DIANN E. RHOCK 
WILLIAM C. RHODES 



VICTORIA ROSS 
ELIZABETH D. RUSSELL 
RUBY L. SANDERS 
MILDRED SCOTT 



ALPHONSO SEABROOK 
WILLIAM P. SHIPMAN 
CHARLES SHOWELL 
HADFORD SHOWELL 



EUGENE M. SLATER 
CAROLYN SLAUGHTER 
EDWARD SMILEY 
JOHN W. SMITH 



MEREDITH I. SMITH 
THOMAS SMITH 
WANDA SMITH 
MARY C. STANCIL 



BRENDA M. STANLEY 
SAMUEL L. STRAINGE 
GWENDOLYN C. TAYLOR 
HERMAN B. TAYLOR 



CALVIN B. THOMAS 
SANDRA A. THOMAS 
FREEMAN R. THOMPSON 
GREALY L. THURMON 





NATHANIEL W. TOLSON 
ALVIN TRUSTY 
CLARENCE A. TURNER 
ISRAEL TURNER 



HARRY A. VODERY 
EVELYN A. WADE 
CHARLES M. WALKER 
WOODY WARD 



MELVIN M. WASHINGTON 
A. RONALD WATERS 
ROBERT L. WEBB 
FRANCES L. WHITE 



NELSON E. WILKINSON 
EDWARD R. WILLIAMS 
JOSEPH M. WILLIAMS 
CHARLES R. WILLIS 



BARBARA E. WILLS 
LEONARD H. WILMORE 
GEORGE A. WILSON 
WANDA M. YOUNG 






Orientation: English Major Benjamin 
Purkett, '62, gives Neda Grant, '64, set of 
Freshman English textbooks, annual gift 
of English Department to highest scorer 
in English Placement Test. 



English Major Charis Crosse, '61, bids Marilyn Johnson, '64, make 
good use of Freshman English textbooks, gift of English Department 
to second highest scorer in English Placement Test. 



Donald Stewart '62 (right), Poetry-with-Jazz specialist, en- 
tertains freshmen at English Department Orientation program. 
Backers were a fine combo of Godfrey Mills. '61 ; Benny 
Goodman, '64; Willie Joyner, '64. 




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'64: A Class Full of Talent 




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Victoria Ross in Scene from Freshman Play, with M. Stancil. Last year, 
Leona Ross, Vicky's sister, was featured in Christmas play. Below. Girl Singers 
on Talent Night: Algatha Gibson (1.) and Elizabeth Russell. 



Actors Elw>n Godsey, Mary Slancil, in Scene from trad- 
itional ("hriitmai Plav bv Freshmen. 




Girl Instrumentalists H. to r.) : Alfreda Finder (Mace's Lane High), 
Lula Jones, Brenda Stanley; the lone male is Albert Cordery, '63. 
Below: Prize-winning male ([uintet '1. to r.) : Washington, Smith, 
Broolcs, Jones, Webb. Right: "THE" G)mbo that can't go wrong, 
with <1. to r.): Benny Goodman on piano, W. Joyner on drums, 
demons on .-^ax. Mill' i '61 I on trombone. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 







THE STUDENT COUNCIL (I. to r.); Kelly, Purkett, Rainey, Muse, Polk, Gould (President), Wright. 



Men's Senate ll. to r. ) : Pritchett, Muse (President), Brothers, Gould. 




Organized life revolved around 
Student Government. This was 
the year of the athletes and the 
eggheads: Gould. Chemistry and 
baseball, steered the Student 
Council through a year of ben- 
efits such as the Sunday snack 
and the opening of the Recrea- 
tion Lounge supervised by Coun- 
cil members. Muse, the football 
great and Hawk's sports editor 
(both '60 and '611, guided the 
Senate through a fine year. 
Crosse of the dazzling intellect. 
Who's Who, and much else, was 
women's choice to steer them 
through 1960. When doors 
opened for Class of 1964, there 
stood brilliant, capable J. Tolson 
to welcome its members and to 
channel to them the many ser- 
vices of Student Counselors. 



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Some of the members of the Women's Council, Charis Crosse, President. 




The Student Counselors (1. to r., seated): Purkett, Kelly, J. Tolson. ( Prf.-iclnu ) . Kaim\. \\ ddc. liauk?. StLOiid Kui, 
Crosse, Polk, Easley, Chester, Smith. Third Row (1. to r.) : Foster. Garrett. Pinder. Friend. Hawkins. Mills, Wickes. 



lo 1.1; llt-nrv. Carter. 




Officers. X^'omen's Council 1 1. to r) Chester Fisher Williams Crosse (President). Carter, Bowins, Grier. 




'^^mmiitf-'-. George E. C. Hayes .Sturlent Loan 
Fund <L, to R.J : Crosse, Dr. Vernon .Stone 
CAHvisor). Tolson, Charms, Bowen CSecretary), 
Prilchelt I Chairman). 



The Fan-Hellenic Council 1 1, lo r. ) : Folk, i' 
dent). Brothers, Napper, Gould, Reed. 



der, .lohnson. Muse, Bi 



Carter I I'resi- 



■Above and on the next page are orj^anizations that 
mf>nilor the floorwav to financial opportunity anrl the man- 
sions of the spiritual life at MSC. The YM anr] the YW 
respectively: brought us face to face with the challenf<inf.' 
issues of the 1960 Presirfential campaign in a memorable 
open forum of outstanding candidates for state and na- 



tional offices; set the customary high tone of the Lenten 
life. Wesleyans brought the Reverend Dr. Walter Hazzard 
of Tindley Methodist Church, Philadelphia, to us; New- 
manites continued their quiet charity. Hayes Loan Fund 
helped the needy. Pan-Hellenes kept a firm grip on fra- 
ternity and sorority high jinks during initiations. 



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The Wesley Foundation II. to r., seated) : Dorsey, James, Grier, Crosse, C. The Newman Club (1. to r., seated) : Pinder, BoardJey, 

(President), Harris, Hill. (1. to r., standing): Polk, Jones, Crosse, St. G., Proctor (President), Washington, Ross. (L to r., stand- 

Ennels, Carr, Peterson. ing) : Bowins. Wade. Tolson. Short. Mrs. Elaine Newsonie 

(Adviser). 




The Young Women's Christian Association. Barbara Wright, President 



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ACTIVITIES OF STAGECRAFTERS 

Scenes From "Girl In The Rain" 




We're onl Make-up staff at work: Marcus Willis (with Dorothy 
Harleyi : Charis Crosse (with John Harris); Martha and Mary 
Moore (with Sylvia GUes and Helen Chester); Mary Love (with 
Harry Brown i . 





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Society Columnist (Harley) drops hombshell whUe interviewing 
bride (Aleta Weedon) and groom (Theodore Richardson, Stage- 
crafters President). Mother of the groom (Sylvia Giles) looks on. 




"Was it the butler that done it?" James Phipps and Leona Ross 
(the maid) in verbal clash that thickens plot. 



Curtain Call! Seated (1. to r. ) : Ross, Richardson, Giles, Harley, 
Standing (1. to r.) : Phipps, Weedon, Brown, Chester, Harris. 




The Slagecrafler-. Lejt to right i-.>:aU-A): WchI), (irown, (.Hester, Oeene, Ross, Charms. (Standing): C. Crosse, Cordery, Jones, Mrs. Elaine 
Newsome (Director^, Harley, St. G. Crosse, Cuyjet. 



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Music! Music! Music! 




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The charms of music enmesh a singing campus. In 
upper-left-hand corner choir, directed by Mrs. C. J. Mich- 
aels, rehearses for concert. Picture below shows Mrs. 
Michaels in informal mood before her favorite piano. 




Right, the white-and-maroon robed choir is caught by 
the camera in a formal setting. Below : Band, choir, guest 
organist Anderson thrill a music-loving campus. 








The Ledger Staff Louis Pritchett, Editor; Dr. 
Vernon Stone, Adviser. 



The Business Club. Edward R. Boyer, President; Miss Virginia Jones, Adivser. 




English -Majors. L^na Davis, President ; Mrs. Mary Fair Burks, Ad- 
viser. 



The History Club, Bern ice Hite, President; Dr. Emanuel Nodel, 
Adviser. 



In club meetings, students speak of many things: Books 
and ledgers and news stories and the quality of a poem; 
the latest in office automation, the political campaigns, 
the discovery of a new poet. From one year to the next 
there are these cherished, mind-quickening organizations 



that help make college life fun as well as work. The 
Hawk says, "Well done," to officers and members of all 
clubs such as the above, which are doing their part in 
adding to information and giving practice in discrimina- 
ting ideas. 



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The Science Club, H. Leon Pringle, Fresident; Ur. Louis Austin, The Physical Education Chib, Miss Freddie Hill, Adviser. 

Adviser. 




The Student >]aliunal Education Association, Irnia Polk, President; Dean James D. Singletary, .idvise 




The Cliariii Club. Neda Gram. President: Dean Edith Gihbs, Adviser. 



The Veterans" Club, 
Norman Poole, Presi- 
dent. 




iij L. to R.: Crosse, Lock- 

fl e.tt, Ayers, Diggs, Iris 

Brooks (Sweetheart), 

'>i Jackson, Moore, Poole, 

/' Wilkins. 




n»: i.ollMH.M, ., l.liil), (,al'..:U Davidson (inset). President. 



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Hearts that are loyal, and hearts that are true 








~ Iimmon^ :itaiiding Oner, Crcise, Johnson (BasUeus). Polk, Chester, Charm^, Rainey, Moody, Cuyjet, Davi 



Left: Soror Judith Cuyjet, talented prima ballerina 
of Philadelphia Ballet Corps. Below (left) : Soror 
Charis Crosse, Woman of the Year, Distinguished 
Member of Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society; Soror Irma Polk, Distinguished 
Member of Who's Who, Member of State Program 
Planning Committee of the Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 




"On the Line": Sorors-to-be Fisher, 
Timmons. Harris. 



"With a fellowship sincere and rare" — banquet for new sorors, 
presided over by Soror Edith Gibbs, Basileus of Graduate Chapter. 









In Our Dear A Phi A Fraternal Spirits Dwell . . . 




Alpha Phi .'Upha. L. to R. (Seated): Tolson, Mills (President), Shirley Hounshell (Alpha Sweetheart), Gould, Foster. (Standiag) : Stand- 
ford. Brown, Curtis, Ross, Reed, Crump, Taylor. Faculty Adviser William P. Hytche, Brothers York Eggleston and Alexander Matthews missing 
from picturf. 




Brother Charles Gould, Distinguished 
Member of Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; President, The .Student Coun- 
cil. 



Brolhr-r William P. Hytche, Adviser to College Chapter, 
doc.-, community service project for in-service teacher group 
at Machipongo, Virginia. 



Brother James Tolson, Distinguished 
Member of Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities. 



"With Glowing Hearts We Praise Thee, Delta . . . " 




Dtltd Ihet-i Sor(int\ L to r. (Seated): Carter (Presidentl. Wright. Kelly. Ennel?. (Standing): Williams, .Napper, Cephas. Adams. Jamc 



(Right) Soror Lois Kelly, Miss Maryland State. 
1960-1961. Below, reading left to right: Soror 
Eleanor James, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, 
Distinguished Member of Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities; 
Soror Bernice Jenkins, '60, First Winner of the 
National Alumni Award for High Scholarship. 
Distinguished Member of Who's Who Among 
Students, 1960 Woman of the Year; Soror Ivy 
Jean Carter, Distinguished Member of Who's 
Who Among Students: Soror Monya Cephas, 
President of the State Association of Home Econ- 
omics Students in Maryland. 




"O, Noble Kappa Alpha Psi, The Pride Of All Our Hearts 




Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternily. L. to R., seated: Greene Sweetney, Doris Adamb i Sweelhearl) , Huff, Polemarcli, Boyer, Williams. Standing: Sydnor, 
Hamilton. H. Brown. Borders, Piirkett, Dent, Muse, Pringle, Badger, A. Brown. 




Mrs. Jason Grant is hostess to brothers attending Provincial at 
M.SC. L. to R.: Brother Jason Grant, Keeper of Records; Brother 
W. .Smith. PoI'march; Brothers .Adair and Collins, Delegates. 




All-Provincial Banquet; Brother C. 0. Stout, Host, introduces Brother 
Byron Armstrong, a Founder, as guest speaker. 



Brother G. O. Stout. Former Keeper of Records, Guide-Right Di 
rector. 



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Gamma Xi Brothers with Brother Dixon, Attorney in the U. S. 
Department of Labor: L. to R.: Dixon, HufI, Purkett, Sydnor. 




"Our Life, Our Love, Our Home: We'll Sing 
Thy Praises ..." 




Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. L. to R., Seated: Anderson, Pinder, Lois Kelly (Sweetheart), Garrett, Brothers. Standing: Hawkins, Banks, Short 
(Basileus), Williams, Greene, Perry. 





At National Achievement Week Observance, Basileus S. D. Shock- Crowning of Sweetheart Lois at Sweetheart Ball: Brother Short 

ley (right) presents award to James R. Webb, Sr. Center: Professor places crown on her beautiful head, 

of English, North Carolina College, Brother Dr. Charles Ray, speaker 
for occasion. 



rothers listen as Delta guests sing their sweetheart song 




PLEDGE CLUBS 




Pyramid Lluh. Kuby Cunningham. President. L. to R. 
I seated I : Scott, Cunningham. Norman, Henderson. ( Stand- 
ing i: Ferguson. Boirins, Washington, Black. Ennels. 





Sphinx Club, Curtis Williams, President. L. to R. (seated) : Wilson, Williams, 
Atwater. (Standing): Greene, Finger, Taylor, Pettaway, Hubbard. 




Lampados Club, Calvert Davidson, President (Missing from picture). L. to 
R.: Smith, Phipps, Shirley Proctor (Sweetheart), Brooks. Wickes. 



Ivy Leaf Club, Tommy Pumell, President. I,, in K. 
Briltingham, HIte, Purnell, Peterson. 



.Scroller Club. L. to R.: Cobb, Cordery, Clayton, Smith, Bullock, 
Lee, Stewart, Countee, Spencer. Neda Grant, Swej.-thearl. 



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Staff Sergeant F. W. Smith, A/C Russell Moran. L. to R.: Crump, Stanford, Phipps, Fisher. Second 

Row: Mills, Ford, Tolson, Ross, Garrett, Stewart. Color 
Guard: Parham, Bullock, Santio, Powell. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY— L. to R., Standing: Parran, Hazleton, Fisher, ANGEL FLIGHT— Z,. to R., Standing: Cunningham, Young, Keene, 
Ford, Dorsey, Johnson, Ross, Wilson, Captain Pfautz. Seated: Tolson, Grant, M. Johnson, A. Johnson, Ross, Carr. Seated: Kelly, Douglass, 
Crump, Smith, Stewart, Hawkins. Marbray, Charms, Commander; Washington, Wade. 




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RIFLE CLUB— L. to R., Back Row: Fisher, Pauls, Anderson, Wilkins, CHESS CLUB-.Majur Crackt-n. ilcnderjon. Guntht-r, Powell. Dean 

President; Marbray, Friend, Foster. Second Row: Major Cracken, Mitchell, Singletary, Greene, Wilson, Turner. Jackson, Crosse, Lindsay, .-^n- 

Smith, Boardley, Williams. Kneeling: Taylor, Hawkins, Jones, Riggs, derson. 
Henrv. 





THE CORPS 



At the Coronation 



IN ACTION 




During Military Day . . . 





-Manland State College Chapter. New Farmers of America, Alvin Marbray. President; Dr. C. C. Marion, Adv 



Dairy Cow Judging by N. F. A. Boys 
Swine Judging by N. F. k. Boys. 
N. F. A. Tractor Driving Contest. 




THE HOME ECONOMICS STORY 



Here are the Home Economics girls with their one 
male constituent. The Department turns an epochal corner 
in decision to emphasize further the fields of nutrition 
and textiles. Increasing complexity of the nutrition field, 
wide opportunities for graduates in urban centers where 




hospitals and other agencies require trained personnel dic- 
tate college training needs. A growing fabrics industry 
that emphasizes synthetics determines new directions in 
clothing classes, requiring that knowledge of textiles be 
broad and deep. 




Laboratory session in study of textiles 



Experimental Cooking with Professor Wallace. 




Future Nutritionists, Textile Researchers, Designers, and Home Makers, as well as Teachers, THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB. L. to R., Seated: 
Mar>- Moore, Proctor, Ellis, Martha Moore, Laura Jones, President; Wills, BouJware, Harris, Carr, Mackall, Standley, Delores Jones, Warrick, Mc- 
Clain. Standing: Holliday, Doswell, McCready, Lewis, Boulware, Professor Elps, Fleming, Professor Morton, Easley, Sylvester White, Ferguson, 
Enneh, Professor Wallace, Riggs, Dr. Cecelia Humphrey, Department Head, Maddox, Young, Kennedy, Lyons, Ford. 




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Meal Planning (Desserts). Laura Jones cutting the delicious cream 
cake. 



Vernetta Easley and Edith Carr in Meal Planning Demonstration 
( Sandwich phase) . 





Quantity Cookery, Large Equipment — Alzena Fowler and Eunice 
Matthews of the Class of '60, both now employed as nutritionists. 



Quantity Cookery, .'^mall Equipment being demonstrated. 



Vernetta Easley surveys table from open door, contemplating the 
careful preparation making possible the final scene below. 



The lovely results of Nutritionist Easley's planning, with other mem- 
bers of class, behind the doorway to knowledge and skills: Junior 
Tea presided over by Edith Carr. L. to R.: Julia Brown, '61, Mrs. 
Violet Wood, Lois Kelly Miss Maryland State. 





Learning the fabric from the first thread. 



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Clothing Construction Advanced. 




Power Machine Training. 



Future Home Economics teachers plan with their Teacher-Trainer, 
Mrs. Grace Morton. .Student standing is demonstrating special 
meth'Kl of teaching a clothing unit. 




Great Day for the Prospective Teacher: Apprentice teachers and 
Mrs. Morton confer with Mrs. Charles Chipman, Home Economics 
Head, Salisbury High School, who will direct their first teaching 
activities. 




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HOMECOMING: I960 



Homecoming means the welcome mat. joyful reunions, 
pep rallies, bonfires, the parade, the big football game. 
But most of all Homecoming is the open door where 
stands the girl of our dreams and ideals. The Coronation 
is the most damorous event of the Homecomins Season 



at MSC. and in a holiday atmosphere last fall stately and 
beautiful Lois Kelly. '62, a biology major who plans a 
career in research, and one of the most popular and best 
loved co-eds ever to wear the crown of Miss Maryland 
State, besan her reian. 





The Grand Entrance. 



The most thrilling moment of all: Major Cracken crowns 
Miss Maryland State. 




.\Ii^5 Betty Wolfe presents the sceptre to the Queen. 




The Queen sits with her court. 




The Grand Exit . The Queen leaves and 
carrie«i with her the sinceresl wishes of 
f:vervone for a successful reign. 



llswK Editor Davidson escorts Lettermen's Queen, Bemice 
Mite, in Processional. 



At the Reception; The Queen's court 
receives Hello's, Thank you's, Good 
Wishes, Congratulations. 



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The Queen helps to solve three problems — a head- 
ache, a math problem, and a backache! 



AKA Sorer Averill Rainey says, "Phew! This is 
a job." 




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real fun! 



Miss Maryland State adorns The 
Hawk. 




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Lovely Lottie Bivens. perched high on 
the Sophomore I'loat, gives that "Pep- 
Eodent" smile. 



A Beautiful Float for a Beautiful Queen — Margaret Scott The game is over. Crowd leaves the field, 
rides the Juniors' prize. Thus ends another Homecoming. Station 

M-S-C signing off . . . 



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HONORED FOR SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENTS. 

Dr. Robert 'tt . \ arley. St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Salisbury, Maryland. "If Honor be your clothes, they will last a lifetime," said Dr. Varley, 
to the Eighth Annual Honors Convocation. L. to R., front to back: Thompson, Diggs, Boardley, Dr. Varley, Polk, Miles, F. Williams, Keene, James, 
Rhock. Engh, Lyons. Taylor. B. Williams, Hitch, Holden, Pritchett, Ford, Christian, Davis, Cordery, Crosse, Randall, Purcell, Carter, Crosse, 
Robinson, Finder. Greene, Johnson, W. Williams, Bowen, Ferguson, F. Tolson, Kelly, J. Tolson, Wright, Quails. Hale, Phipps. 




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"Scholar, Humanitarian, Minister, Healer" read citation to 
Dr. Varley presented by Professor Stone. 



Traditional family luncheon for honorees and speaker. L. to R.: Mrs. Wood, 
Dr. Varley, President Williams, Mrs. Michaels, Louis Pritchett '61. 




Alpha Kappa Mu 
Scholarship Honor 
Society: Crosse, 

Randall, President 
James; Dr. Waters, 
Adviser. Right: 

AKM's Interest 

Group. L. to R., 
Seated: ,]. Tolson, 
Chester, Rainey, 
President, Conway, 



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Williams, 

Polk, 

Wickes, 

Ctiyjet, 

Ferf^uson. 



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THE LABOR LEADER AND THE LEADERSHIP CONVOCA- 
TION: Dr. A. Philip Raiidolph, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Port- 
ers. 



L. 10 R., By rows, front to back: Stone, Rainey, Johnson, Peterson, Dr. Ran- 
dolph, Crosse, Jones, Charms, President Williams. Cundiff, Goodman, Short, 
Proctor, Muse, Marbray, Wright, Carter, Polk, Cunningham. Davidson, Gould, 
James, Davis, Tolson, Smith, Foster, Randall, Mills. Hawkins, Boyer, Huff, 
Pringle, Garrett, Phipps. 





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Dr. Randolph and President Williams congratulated honorees, lunched with them. Below, left, the lovely First Lady of Maryland State lunches 
with honored guests. Right: Honorees of Awards Day: L, to R., row by row from front: Wade, Giles, Ferguson, Hale, Quails, Bowins, Boardley, 
Crosse, Parran. Brothers, Harris, Jenkins, Cunningham, Love, Moore, Moore, Britton, Weatherby, Phipps. Richardson, J. Harris. Floyd, Taylor, 
Bowie, Harris, Burchett, Randall, Mills, Fuller. 





WOMAN OF THE YEAR, 1961 



Charis Crosse, whose collegiate honors 
and achievements are numerous, brought 
dignity, resourcefulness, industry, and a 
fine sense of humor to her position as 
President of the Women's Council and 
the women's choice as their representa- 
tive Woman of the Year. Below are in- 
cidents in the life of a popular leader 
whose genuine scholarliness has never in- 
terfered with her love of people and her 
livelv interest in all phases of college life. 
■"2": \^ ith other members of Who's Who 
L. la R.: Dean James D. Singletary. Ran- 
dall. Crosse. Jenkins. Weatherby. Mills. 



"3": She hears address on Women's Day 
by Dr. Nancy W. McGee, Professor of 
English. Hampton Institute. "4": She re- 
ceives trophy on Military Day for out- 
standing performance in her major, Eng- 
h. "5" : She receives her first member- 
ship in National Council of English 
Teachers from Professor Mary F. Burks, 
gift of the English Department teachers. 
"6'": With her parents. Reverend Crosse 
and Mrs. Crosse. Dr. McGee, and Dean 
Gibbs, she receives well wishers Faith 
Williams, Norma Fer 




WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 





MYRTLE O. BOWEN. Women's Council 
YWCA; Student Counselors; Business Club 
Secretary, G. E. C. Hayes Student Loan Fund 
NEA; SNEA; MTA; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Interest Group. 



IVY JEAN CARTER. Choir; Captain, Angel 
Flight; Vice President, Freshman Charm 
Club; Student Counselors; Secretary, Student 
Council; President, Pan-Hellenic Council; 
President, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Al- 
pha Kappa Mu Interest Group: Clefters; 
Parliamentarian, Women's Council. 





CHARLES GOULD. Student Council Treas- 
iirer, 1959; President, 1960; Science Club 
President, 1959; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
Vice President, 1959; Men's Senate Treas- 
urer, 1959; Associate Editor, The Hawk 
1959; Lettermen's Club; Baseball Team; 
President, Pan-Hellenic Council 1959; Stalis- 
tician, Athletic Department 1959, 1960. 



ELEAJVOR B. JAMES. Student Council 
1959; Wh^'s Who 1960: Delta Sigma Theta; 
Student NLA; ."Mpha Kappa Mu Honor So 
ciety; English Club; Chess Club; YWCA; 
Wesley Foundation; Women's Council. 




CHARIS CROSSE. President. \^omen"s 
Council; President, Wesley Foundation; Vice 
President. Senior Class; Vice President, 
Stagecrafters; Dean of Pledges, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority; Student Counselors; Secre- 
tary, Student Council 1959; Hayes Loan Fund 
Committee: Angel Flight; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society Secretary: Year Book Staff 
Correspondent 1959, 1960; Who's Who 1959. 
1960; Woman of the Year. 1960. 




IRMA L. POLK. Wh&s Who: _\nti-Basileus. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority: Secretary, Stu- 
dent Council; President. Freshman Charm 
Club; Vice President, YWCk; President, Stu- 
dent NEA; Secretary, Pan-Hellenic Council; 
Angel Flight:^ English Club; Wesley Founda- 
tion; Women's Council. 



ERNEST RANDALL. New Farmers of Amer- 
ica; President, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor So- 
ciety; Squadron Commander, AFROTC: 
Who's Who 1959, 1960. 



JAMES TOLSON. President, Student Coun- 
selors; Vice President. Chess Qub; Presi- 
dent, Newman Club; Parliamentarian, Men's 
Senate: President, Sophomore Class; Parlia- 
mentarian, Science Club; New Farmers of 
.America. 





THE Y. M. C. A. PRESENTS: 




Its Members— i. to R. Sealed: Henry. Finder. Mills. Standing: Tavlor. Garrett. Friend, Banks, Missing from Picture: Foster, President; Dean F, H, 
Ham-, Adviser. 




The Great Debate; Candidates for Office in the 1960 Fall Elections Presented Issues in Campaign: Dr, W, A, Low introdnces panel consisting of: 
Z,, w /?.: Senator Harr>- T. Phoebu.s I R.). Senator Edwart T. Miller (R.), College Minister Nelson, Senator Thomas Johnson (D.), Candidate 
H. T. Fox I D.I. Senator Johnson addresses audience. .Senator Johnson greets Sara Sheppard, politics unknown, and Mr, Fox greets Michael 
Pringle. politics unknown, at reception following debate. Below L. to R.: Foster, President: the Mid-Winter Formal Ball; Sweetheart who 
was crowned at Ball: Neda Grant. "64. 




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ALL- STARS TODAY 
HAWKS YESTERDAY 




HAWKS ALWAYS 















The coaching staff works equally hard: L. to R.: Anderson, Taylor, 
McCain, Watson. 



At the start the going is mighty rough, but it gets the boys ready. 




This is the squad. L. lo R., First Row: Beauford, H. Brown, Parham, Finger, Miller, Mercer, Muse, Thompson, Purkett. Second row: Seabrook, 
Rose. Weaver, Davidson, H. Gray, Hobbs, Curtis, Holmes, Pryce, Thomas. Third Row: Spencer, Clemons, Mitchell, I. Brown, Taylor, Borders, Prin- 
gle. Ford, C. Johnson. Fourth Row: Joyner, Huff, Lewis, Gadsden, Griffin, Ward, Van Ness, Lane, W. Johnson. 











Hire they come!! The Mighty Hawks! 



.Skip gives pre-game instructions 



Muse scores the second of his touchdowns against Morgan after 
Davidson opens the pathway. 





".Shoil>" Gray is on the move. Hobbs and Miller pave the way. 




Johnny Price throws the block that springs Danny Miller toward 
another touchdown. 



Van Ness and Tay- 
lor confer with 





That mighty forward wall being engineered by 
unstoppable. 



lu"' Brown is 




"If anybody asks you who we are 
we're the C I DOUBLE A Champs! 



"Victory! Victory! That's our Cry!" 



A Salute to the Seniors: A Job Well Done! 
L. to R.. Front: Huff, Davidson. H. Gray. 
Thomas, Manager-Trainer. Back Roic: Shorty 
Gray. Miller. Muse, Hobbs. 



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Robert Tavlor 

Tackle 

.\11-CIAA 

VTafhinston. D. C. 



Harold Gray John Hobbs 

Guard, Co-Captain Guard. Co-Captain 

All-CIAA All-CIAA 

^ ireinia All-American 

Virginia 




Dannv Miller 
Halfbach 
Oklahoma 





Charlie Holmes 

Fullback 

-AJl-CIAA 

All-American 

Pennsylvania 



Bob Van Ness 

Tackle 

New York 





Harry Brown 

Quarterback 

Washinglon, D. C. 



THEBIG 

M 

A SALUTE TO THE CIAA 
CHAMPS 
1960-1961 




Bob Ford 

Center 

South Carolina 




So ends another illustrious chapter in the 
foarhing career of Vernon "Skip" McCain. 

The Hawk over-all record was 6-1-1; they 
bowed only to Southern Connecticut, a non- 
conference opponent. During McCain's four- 
teen years at MSC, the scoreboard reads 84 
wins. 1.3 defeats, and 4 ties. Over this span, 
he has produced .3 undefeated and untied teams, 
VJ, '-50. '.5.5. He produced CIAA Champions in 
'54. '55, '57, and now in '60. 

Only one season, '58, has Mac lost as many 
as three games in one campaign. 




2-4-6-8. Yes! 
Cheerleaders! 



(|{i appreciale (Jiir 



Coach — Vernon M';Cain 




Al Santio does a dual job of grabbing the rebound; 
and going back up for the two points. 




Take that ! Dave Riddick drives in to score two and the mighty 
Hawk cagers are on the move again. 



Aw, come on, Fellows, perk up. Things can't be that bad. Besides 
you've got another half. 



Eddie Williams gels "hot" and starts the ball rolling. 





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Jesse \^ illiams 
Center — Junior 



Eugene Bullock 
Forward — Sophomore 




THE SQIAD— Bac/l- Ron, L. to R.: Williams, Bullock, Santio, Butler, Jones. Middle Row: Wills, Ridclick, Smith, Thomas, 
Beauford. First Row. E. Williams, Boulware, Cephas, McCulloiigh. 



WObur "Deucie" Smith 

Co-Captain 

Guard — Senior 





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Nate Taylor 




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The pasl two years Jim Phipps has 
carried the baton superbly for 
Maryland State, 



At the Queens lona Meet MSC captured many events. Here Jackie Ballard wins by a "head" 
to take the 120-yd..High Hurdles. 





In the Low Hurdles a Marine steps out with Napier, DeLaine, and 
Bond in hot pursuit. 



The Eastern Shore Relay produced many thrills here. Above An- 
chorman Danny Miller breaks the tape with an all-out effort as 
MSC wins the 440-yd. Relay. 



Another thriller was Charley Mays and Ed Colly- 
more on the first leg of the 880-yard Relay. 




Leroy Burchett "brings home 
the bacon" on the last round 
of that race. 





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it a- Charley Mays goes up and over the high bar as he competes with 

"Si Bob Barksdale in the high jump. 



Russell Rogers gives it that "Tongue in Teeth" determination as 
he runs neck and neck with Jackie Ballard at Fort Lee. 




^!iller and Crutrhfield run first and second in the Hundred at the Eastern 
Shore Relay. 



Massive Bob Neider, No. 1 of the "Big Three" in the Shotput, 
was one of the many track greats at MSC for the 'Shore Relays. 




Bond, Ballard, Delaine 
and Batts monopolize 
field in the high hurd- 
les. Guess who won! ^ 




"Cookie" Bush shows his AAU winning form to the 
crowd in the Hop, .Step, and Jump. 



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SQUEEZE PLAY: Against 
Hampton Charlie Holmes rushes 
in on a bunt while Harold Gray 
prepares to make the throw lo 
Bo Brown covering First. 



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Eddie Cruz covers home plate 
and makes the putout against 
Hampton. 



Get ready, Curtis, any time now! 










THE SQUAD— L. to R., Front: Gray, Jones, Price. Dent, Bruce, Tanner, Holmes. Second Roiv: 
Van Ness, Warren, Curtis, Brown, Hobbs, Taylor, Barnett, Coach. Third Row: Newman, Cobb, 
Hamilton, Williams, Diggs, Gould, Chapman. 



Big Three Conference. Coach Barnett, 
one-time all-star at Maryland State 
College, confers with Captain Dermis 
Tanner and Harold Gray, national Col- 
lege Batting Champion, .535-1960. 



Four-armed powerhouses! "Larry" Newman, "House" 
Gray, "Bear" Van Ness, "Houdini" Jones. 



Are you LISTENING, fellas? 





They passed this way 
this year: 




Reverend Leroy Williams, Speaker for Design-for-Living Week, re- 
ceives gift of student body from Student Council President Charles 
Gould. 



Dovei ^ir Force Base Choral- Airs in annual recital here. Captain 
Porter, USAF, Director. 




House of Beauty Representatives conducted clinic on grooming and 
body care; picture shows session on posture. 





Kathir Hugh Miller of WcsImvit discusses Dante's "Inferno" with 
students in World Literaliiic 



Visiting Professor Yar Chomichy 
of Penn State demonstrates 
water color |echnif|ues as art 
major* look on. 



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Dr. R. Lep Hornbakf. Jive /'resident. University of Maryland, ad- 
dressed faculty. 



Internationa] autlionly on Africa 1. J.K.. Wells, New York, lectures 
oni African art. 





Woman's Day Speaker was Dr. Nancy McGee, Professor of English, 
Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia. 




Dr. Walter Hazzard, Tindley Chapel, Philadelphia, was chapel 
speaker for Wesley Foundation. 



Mrs. Beatrest Henry, 
accompanist for Dover 
Choral-Airs, played 
Chopin during inter- 
mission. 



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The Reverend Grady W. Poulard, New York, de- 
livered message under auspices of YWCA, Barbara 
Wright, President. 




Monsieur Pierre Palmond, Cultural Attache of 
France in New York City, discussed importance of 
foreign-language competence. 



WITH THE ALUMNI 




Founders' Day Speaker this year was the Reverend 
Crawford L. Trader. "26. District Superintendent, East- 
cm District. Delaware Conference, Methodist Church. 



President J. T. Williams receives Alumni Citation from National President Roma 
Jones, '39, in recognition of growth of institution under Dr. Williams' leadership. 





Left: Mrs. Anna H. Maddox, '04, 
receives Alumni Service Award for 
forty years of service to Alumni or- 
ganization. Center: Miss Bernicc 
.Jenkins, '60, winner of first Alumni 
.Senior Scholarship Award. Right: 
Mr. Roma Jones, "39, receives 1960 
Alumni Achievement Award from 
National Treasurer Theodore Hen- 
sun, '49. 



Uft: Philadelphia 
members prepare 
Homecoming car 
for Alumni Queen. 
Right: Homecom- 
ing Alumni Queen 
Genevieve .Steph- 
ens, '.56, member of 
Philadelphia Chap- 
ter, receives trophy 
from Dean Harris. 




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AS THE DOOR CLOSES ON THE HAWK, I960 



Our production began with that sine qua non, a ded- 
icated staff of photographers, none anywhere more ded- 
icated than our wonderful men. At first, while experienced 
staffers were on hand, work moved swiftly. Then appren- 
tice teaching swept the seniors away, and associates began 
to have the headaches. Staff problems eased when a minor 
miracle took place: Along came experts Harry Brown and 



Robert Ford, not originally staff members, and coverage 
of sports and AFROTC became as easy as a quarterback 
sneak or landing a jet. Final sessions into the small hours 
over hamburgers or whatever was in the nearest kitchen 
gave The Hawk his wings. Once again he is airborne, to 
come to rest in the hands of his eager and admiring 
I we hope! readers. 





Here is Staff Correspondent Carolyn 
Thompson doing some important cor- 

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Lay-Out Editor Sonia Moody declares: "Away, all pictures! The 
job is done for '61!'" 



Roger Stewart, ex-'63, and now of 
Paris, France, courtesy of the 
USAF, by his example encoui^ 
ages us to say that: 



IN MARYLAND 

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