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THE 1966 HAWK
MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE
PRINCESS ANNE, MARYLAND
^THE EDITORIAL STAFF
Valerie Watts ■■ ■ • ■ •
Gwendolyn Smith- ■
■ > ■ > ■ ■ • Associate Editor
I ■ L^-out Editor
^•■••Asst. Lay-out Editor
• Feature Editor
Freshman Class Correspondent
Reporters: Rosalie C. Spence, Marion Gee, Clifford Jones, Jennie
We wF5T^ extind^'Ipecia^^^preciation and thanks to the fresh-
men staff membl^B^ho wor^^ndiligently to aid in making this is-
^ ' THE HAWK emltab^W^ **.
„ s of Maryland State College are forever open,
fhiinds of its students to continuous growth. Forev
0>-es»eht afe the faculty members enhancing the educational and
ji^, development of all students. The 1966 Yearbook Staff in-
ES^you to tour with them on this journey from Orientation to
_ ^adtiation and experience the warm memories of a rich invest-
ment in education at Maryland State College.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SENIOR C f"^'- '~M'=:'^:CTORY
SO PHOrs/lU RT-H^ilAiiS"
We dare to call him "Jake," but only out of great respect and
love. Perhaps no figure on the Maryland State College campus
commands the affection of the student body as does "Jake." For
nearly a quarter of a century he has served the college as Profes-
sor of Languages, and until his accident in April, 1965, as Director
of Public Relations and Placement.
After six months of recuperation, "Jake" has returned to campus
and can once again be seen making his way among his familiar
haunts. A man of less energy might still be bedridden, but not
A resident of near-by Camden and a native of Panama, the nation-
ally known sports-writer and enthusiast is especially respected on
the Eastern Shore. Having gradually regained his strength through
the year, "Jake" is again his vigorous young self and is always
ready to give vital information on most areas, art or athletic. Any
moment with "Jake" is most rewarding. Ask him one day about
the "C" Formation!
The energetic educator has always taken the betterment of MSC as
his predominant theme, and the college is a finer institution be-
cause of his efforts. We wish that many future classes will benefit,
as we did, from "Jake's" contagious good humor and friendly wisdom.
JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS
Dr. I. Gregory Newton
Dean of the College
From too much love of living,
From hope and fear set free,
We thank with brief Thanksgiving
Whatever Gods may be
That no man lives forever,
That dead men rise up never;
That even the weariest river
Winds somewhere safe to sea.
The Garden of Proserphine
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Although he was with us for only a brief hour, he gave us the -thought that we
too might touch excellence.
DEAN WILLIAM A. LYNK PRESENTS
THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
MR. RALEIGH W. BOWEN
DIRECTOR OF FOOD SERVICE
DR. NEVILLE A. BARON
MR. JAMES BOYCE B.A., M.S.L.S.
RRiTTON MRS. MARY F. BURKS B.S., M.A.
JOSEPH BRIllON ENGLISH
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT. AFROTC
MRS. M. BARBEE BOONE
DEAN OF WOMEN
MR. ROBERT H. BEASLEY
MR. THOMAS WILES
MR. LEON GATES
MRS. VIOLET J. WOODS
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
MR. THEODORE BRIGGS, B.S„ M.S.
DR. CLAUDE C. MARION, B.S.. M.S., PH.D.
MR. CLIFTON ANDERSON AB, M.A.
DR. ELIZABETH S. BELL, AB, M.A., PH.D.
HEAD, ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES
MRS. DOROTHY WATERS A.
MR. FRANCIS H. HARRIS
DEAN OF MEN
MR. WILLIAM H. CLELLAND, B.S., M.S.
MRS. OLIE A. CARPENTER
MRS. ELIZABETH CORDERY
MR. HOWARD DAVIS, A.B., A.M.
MRS. CARRIE CHISHOM
JOHN DONLAN, B.S., M.S.
ASSISTANT MECHANICAL ARTS
MR. JOHN DEVANE, B.S., M.S.
ALETHIA A. ELPS, B.S., M.S.
FRED EICKEL, A.B., A.M.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN
ELLA PEARL DOANE
JOHN M. GUTHRIE, B.S., M.A., B.L
MR. CHARLES FISHER B.ME., M.S.
MRS. BETTY GILLIAM
ETHEL S. COTTMAN A.B.
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JASON C. GRANT 3RD A.B., M.S. IN LS.
MRS. JANE GUNTER
DR. GERALD W. JOHNSON, B.A., M.A., MUS. A.D.
MRS. NETTIE C. HICKEY B.S.
ROOSEVELT "SANDY" GILLIAM B.S., M.S.
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH
MR. WILLIAM P. HYTCHE A.B., M.S.
MISS ALMA GREGG A.B. M.A.
MISS DELORES L. NINES A.B., A.M.
MR. WILLIAM 0. HULL B.S., M.S.
MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS
MRS. ANN MESSICK
DR. CECELIA E. HUMPHREY B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D.
HEAD, HOME ECONOMICS
MR. CHARLES C. JACOBS
SECRETARY, AGRICULTURE - HOME ECONOMICS
VERNON E. McCAIN. A.B.
CHARLES E. McMILLIN, B.S. M.S.
LT. COLONEL, U.S. AIR FORCE
HEAD. AIR SCIENCE
MRS. CARRIE JOHNSON
MR. GEORGE R. KENT, A.B., A.
MRS. GRACE S. MORTON, B.S., M.S.
DR. WILLIAM A. LYNK, A.B., A.M., PH.D.
HEAD, NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS
MR. JIMMIE MOSELEY, A.B., M.ED.
MR. T. WALDO KIAH, A.B., Ed.M.
JAMES s. Mccormick, b.s.
CAPTAIN, U.S. air FORCE
DR. W. AUGUSTUS LOW, A.B., A.M., PH.D.
HEAD, SOCIAL SCIENCE
REV. W. TYCER NELSON
DR. WILLIAM PENDER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
DIRECTOR, GUIDANCE, TEACHER
MR. RALPH LOWREY
MRS. SARAH POLLITT, B.A.
MRS. REBECCA NEWSOME, R.N.
DR. ELMER S. RIECK, B.S., M.S., PH.D.
MRS. LUTHERINE B. SMITH
ASSISTANT DEAN OF WOMEN
MR. JAMES A. SULLIVAN
MRS. MARY A. STEWART
SECRETARY TO THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
MR. WILLIAM J. WILSON
DR. F. HARRELL SMITH, B.S„ M.S., Ed.D.
MR. RICHARD H. THOMAS, B.S., M.Ed.
MR. ROBERT SMITH, A.B.. M.A.
MR. JOHN V. STRICKLAND, A.B., M.S.
DR. MOSES W. VAUGHN, B.S., M.S., PH.D.
DR. VERNON W. STONE, A.B., M.B.A., Ph.D., Ed.M.
MRS. DEVENIA P. WALLACE, B.S., M.S.
MR. THOMAS B. WILBURN, B.A.
MISS ANITA 0. STEWART, B.S., M.S.
DR. CHARLES 0. STOUT, A.B., M.S., EDJ3.
HEAD MECHANIC ARTS
ASSISTANT DEAN OF MEN
DR. ROBERT P. VARLEY, A.B., BD., Mth, Dth
FROM ORIENTATION TO GRADUATION
An old Indian story has it thus:
When we are glorious in our childish innocence, before we have
met the world on its terms, all appears celestial, even as
Wordsworth has said. Rivers are rivers, trees are trees, and moun-
tains are mountains.
When we have gained a certain substance of knowledge and again
meet the world, sure, certain, contained, we are stunned at the
sight and made dumb. Trees are no longer trees, nor are rivers
still rivers, nor mountains simply mountains.
However, we are told (again as Wordsworth has said, the child is
father of the man) that when that middle darkness is passed, the
spiritual glory suddenly reappears, and rivers are seen again to be
rivers, trees once again are trees and mountains, still mountains.
So it is that much of our sojourn, here has been clouded by our loss
of innocence and lack of knowledge. Yet we have gained the mid-
dle ground and have had glimpses of glory beyond.
To thee, Dear Alma Mater,
We raise our grateful song,
For through thy noble teachings
Thou has made thy children strong;
And thousand still shall praise thee.
All earth shall hear their swell.
And bind our hearts yet closer
To thee we love so well.
We love thy spacious campus.
We love thy towering halls.
And hallow'd are the lessons
We've learned within thy walls.
Stand thou forever glorious,
Full-robed in living green;
Shine thou in endless splendor
Beneath thy trees serene.
■ v Refrain
Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray;
Maryland, Maryland, Thee we love always.
All hail to thee, Fair Maryland,
All glory be to thee!
Grow thou in strength and honor
Through all eternity!
Ronald L. Bishop
My object all sublime
I shall achieve in time-
To let the punishment
Fit the crime.
Mary J. Brooks
Progress, Man's distinctive mark alone
Not God's, and not the beasts': God is, they are;
Man is partly, and wholly hopes to be.
. . . They are the books, the arts, the academes,
That show, contain, and nourish all the world.
Leslie Donaldson, Jr.
Richard T. Forchion
Father, I scarcely dare to pray,
So clear I see, now it is done.
How I have wasted half my day.
And left my work but just begun.
Helen Hunt JacKson
Forth we went, a gallant band-
Youth, Love, Gold, and Pleasure.
Our days, our deeds, all we achieve or are,
Lay folded in our infancy . . .
John Townsend Trowbridge
How sad and bad and mad it was!
But then, how it was sweet!
Consuella Armwood — Sociology
101-04 Northern Blvd.
Corona 68, New York
French Club, Modern Dance, Dramatics,
Miss Freshman; Miss Hawk, Women's Council.
Monterey Banks — Business Education
121 First Street, Salisbury, Maryland
Zeta Phi Beta (Pres.), Phi Beta Lambda, Phi
Beta Sigma Sweetheart, Ledger.
Robert W. Batson — Music
Box 188. Rhodesdale, Dorchester, Maryland
Choir, Alpha Phi Alpha, Band.
Thelma D. Bell — Home Economics
104 Wesley Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
Ivy Leaf Club, Home Economics Club, Newman
Club, Women's Council, Alpha Phi Alpha
Ronald L. Bishop — Industrial Arts Education
Route 1 Box 306, Havre de Grace, Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha, Track Team, Industrial Arts
Club, Wesley Foundation, Sphinx Club (Vice-
Edward Lee Bland — Social Science
Route 1 Box 11, Vienna, Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha.
Emerson Boozer — Industrial Arts Education
2055 Walnut Street, Augusta, Ga.
Football Team (Capt.), "M" Club (Vice-pres.),
Industrial Arts Club, Student Council, Men's
Ned Britt — Physical Education
409 W. 129th Street, New York, New York
Physical Education Club.
Carolyn Brooks — Secretarial Training
Route 3 Box 55 Glenwood Avenue, Easton, Md.
Mary J. Brooks — Business Education
912 Smithville Street, Annapolis, Maryland
Women's Council (Chaplain), YWCA, Ledger, Phi
Alfrieda L. Brown — English
3720 Hilldale Road, Baltimore, Maryland
English Club, French Club, Pyramid Club,
Women's Council, Sophomore Queen.
Lloyd W. Butler — Agriculture Education
Route 227, Pomfret, Maryland
Phi Beta Sigma, Newman Club, YMCA, FAA.
Geneva Cannon — English
Star Route, New Church, Virginia
Zeta Phi Beta, English Club, French Club,
Methodist Youth Fellowship.
Phyllis Winona Catlett — Physical Education
441 Bradley Ct. Lexington, Ky.
Delta Sigma Theta (Pres.), Baptist Student Un-
ion (Pres.), Women's Council, Science Club,
Geraldine Rosalind Chase — Social Science
216 Seven Avenue, Annapolis, Maryland
Archery, YWCA, French Club, Modern Dance,
Social Science Club, HAWK.
Earl 0. Christy — Physical Edu<.,dtion
Box 24 Perryman, Maryland
"M" Club, Football Team, YMCA, Physical Edu-
cation Club, Baseball Team.
Livingston Thaddeas Cowling — Industrial Arts
117 Honey Suckle Ct., Dundalk. Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha, YMCA, Industrial Arts Club
(Pres.), Men's Senate.
Stephen L. Cuyjet, Jr. — Mathematics
1014 South 58th Street, Phila., Pa.
Kappa Alpha Psi, Intramural — Football,
Track, Basketball, Science Club, French Club,
Fine Arts Club, Newman Club, AFROTC.
James Dickens — Sociology
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Men's Senate.
Sadie R. Dixon — Business Education
Berlin, Maryland, P.O. Box #293
Choir, Phi Beta Lambda, Women's Council.
Leslie Donaldson — Industrial Arts Education
1414 North 22nd Street, Richmond, Va.
Football, Block "M" Club.
Thomas John Dopson — Biological Sciences
1109 Poplar Grove, Baltimore, Maryland
Intramural — Football, Baseball, Basketball,
Science Club, French Club, Choir, Wesley Foun-
dation, Men's Senate, Y.M.C.A.
Louis Ross Elliott, Jr. — Mathematics
R.F.D. #1, Box #76-A, Millington, Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Science Club,
French Club, Senior Scholar Program, Men's
Dorothy Farmer — Social Science
Newman Club, French Club, Senior Scholar
Program, Social Science Club, Women's
George Fenwick — Physical Education
1413 Myrtle Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Newman Club,
Physical Education Club, Y.M.C.A.
Richard Fisher — Sociology
14260 Carver Drive, Miama, Florida
Lampados Club, Men's Council.
Wayne Fisher — Building Construction
1003 Washington Street, Cambridge, Md.
Richard Thomas Forchion — General Business
272 New Freedom Road, Berlin, New Jersey
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity (Secretary, Vice
Pres.), Arnold Air Society (Executive Officer
Administrative Officer), Student Council (Trea
surer), Corps of Cadets (Executive Officer, Ad
ministrative Officer, Information Officer)
Junior Class (Pres.), Senior Class (Vice Pres.)
Sophomore Class (Secretary, Vice Pres.), Pan
hellenic Council, NAACP, Treas. of Phi Beta
Marion Gee — Sociology
2314 Ashburton Street, Baltimore, Maryland
Lounge Counselor, Y.W.C.A., Dramatics Club,
Yearbook Staff, Women's Council.
Curtis Gentry — Physical Education
1320 - 12th Street, Portsmouth, Ohio
Student Council President, "M" Club, Football,
Basketball, Basketball, Y.M.C.A., Men's Sen-
ate, Physical Education Club, Vice President —
Student Council, Senior Scholar Program, Stu-
George Giganti — Chemistry
Woodland Road, Salisbury, Maryland
Arnold Air Society, AFROTC.
Brenda Gordon — Mathematics
1330 N. Potomac Street, Baltimore, Maryland
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (Dean of
Probates), Intramurals — Volleyball, Badmin-
ton, French Club, Lounge Counselor, College
Choir, Queen — Lampados Club, Sphinxman
Club, Science Club, Acting Secretary — Panhel-
Annetta Ellen Green — Social Science
2019 N. Bentalon Street, Baltimore, Maryland
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, President of
Panhellenic Council, French Club, Dramatics
Club, English Club, Social Science Club,
Ella Hill — Home Economics Education
Rt. #2, Box # 227, Brandywine, Maryland
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., (Basileus, Trea-
surer), Women's Council (Chaplain), Treasurer
of Home Economics Club.
Russell Hogan — Physical Education
818 Ivydale Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
Barbara L. Holland — Home Economics
7912 Tyler Street, Glenarden Woods, Lanham,
Angel Flight, Home Economics Club, Vice Presi-
dent — Freshman Class, Women's Council,
Alice Turner Howard — Social Science
Ronald S. Howard — Biology
Rt. 1, Box # 198, Glen Burnie, Maryland
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Science Club, Men's
Senate, NAACP, Student Counselor.
Douglas Hutchins — Mathematics
Dowell — Calvert County, Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Men's Senate.
Russell W. Irvine — Sociology
450 Chestnut Street, Aberdeen, Maryland
Baseball, Men's Senate.
Brenda Johnson — Physical Education
4508 - 39th Place, N. Brentwood, Md.
Y.W.C.A., Majorette, Newman Club, Women's
Council, Physical Education Club.
James V. Johnson — Social Science
181 Street, Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Football, Mathema-
tics and Science Clubs, Y.M.C.A., "M" Club,
Vice President of Junior Class.
Phyllis Johnson — English
32 Cornhill Street, Annapolis, Maryland
English Club, French Club, Senior Queen,
Joyce Betina Jones — Business Education
Delta Sigma Theta, Dramatics, Angel Flight,
Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger, YWCA, Women's
Louida Fletcher Jones — Business Education
316 Hampden Avenue, Norwich, Conn.
Miss Maryland State, Ledger, Phi Beta Lambda,
Women's Council, Lampados Sweetheart.
Kenneth R. LaPrince — Social Science
2P/2 Navan Street, Charleston, S.C.
French Club, English Club, Social Science Club,
Canterbury Club, HAWK.
Doris A. Leigh — Social Science
Route 1 Box 190, Vienna, Maryland
Band, Choir, Angel Flight, French Club, YWCA,
Baptist Student Union, Women's Council,
Chester McLin — Mathematics
95 Cleveland Avenue, Hartford, Conn.
Omega Psi Phi, Science Club, French Club,
Wesley Foundation, Panhellenic Council, Stu-
dent Council, Freshman Class (Treas.), Men's
David 0. Marbray — Mathematics
Bryans Road, Maryland
Science Club, YMCA, Men's Senate.
Paul A. Marshall — Mathematics
Phi Beta Sigma, Science Club, Baptist Student
Union, Men's Senate.
Sterling I. Marshall — Agriculture
c/o P. 0. Upper Marlboro, Maryland
FAA, Men's Senate, Alpha Phi Alpha, YMCA.
William P. Mitchell — General Business
148 North 14th Street, E. Orange, N.J.
"M" Club, YMCA, NAACP, Track Team.
Frederick Moore — Physical Education
140 Barclay Street, Newark, N.J.
Omega Psi Phi, Student Council, Senior Schol-
ar, Physical Education Club, "M" Club, Men's
Senate, Track Team.
Dorothy Morton — Mathematics
Springhill Road, Salisbury, Maryland
Zeta Phi Beta.
Norman L. Nichols — Music
Route 2 Box 335, Federalsburg, Marvland
Hector C. Pagan — Physical Education
97 S. Broadway, Nyach, New York
"M" Club, Physical Education Club, Football
Harry A. Parker — Art Education
3703 Ellamont Road, Baltimore, Maryland
Floyd R. Pinder — Mathematics
Route 1 Box 112 Vienna, Maryland
Phi Beta Sigma, Science Club, Men's Senate,
Pan Hellenic Council.
James A. Privott — Physical Education
267 Sinnichson Street, Salem, New Jersey
"M" Club, Football Team, Sphinx Club, Physi-
cal Education Club.
William D. Purnell — Sociology
Box 378 Route 1 West Ocean City, Maryland.
Harry H. Redd — Sociology
107 W. 14th Street, Homestead, Pa.
Alpha Phi Alpha, Football Team, HAWK,
YMCA, French Club, Wesley Foundation.
Marvaa Ringgold — Business Education
Route 1 Box 54, Aberdeen, Maryland
Cheerleaders (Capt.), YWCA, Ledger, Women's
Council, Phi Beta Lambda.
Mary E. Robingson — Mathematics
Zeta Phi Beta (Vice-pres.), Science Club, YWCA,
Robert Satchell — Physical Education
Box 381 Eastville, Virginia
Football Team, "M" Club.
Bernard R. Scott — Physical Education
Route 4 Box 2, Accakeek, Maryland
"M" Club, Baseball Team, Physical Education
Sylvia G. Scott — Business Education
Ivy Leaf Club, YWCA, Ledger, Women's Coun-
cil, Phi Beta Lambda.
Annette Moten — Business Education
1511 Upshur Street, Washington, D.C.
Cheerleaders (Co-capt.), Phi Beta Lambda,
Ledger, YWCA, Women's Council.
Joyce Nichols — Music
721 Booth Street, Salisbury, Maryland
Alphonso H. Selby
FAA, Science Club,
— Agriculture Education
Freshmen Class (Pres.)
Curtis R. Shelton — Physical Education
24 Monroe Street, Mt. Vernon. New York
"M" Club, Football Team. Physical Education
George Alfred Sisco — Agriculture
Route 1 Box 115 Rock Hall, Maryland
FAA, Wesley Foundation Omega Psi Phi, Foot-
ball Team, "M" Club, Baseball Team, Lampa-
dos Club (President), YMCA.
Edward G. Smith — Industrial Arts Education
801 Dorset Avenue, Portsmouth, Va.
Industrial Arts Club, Football Team (Co-capt.),
Men's Senate, "M" Club.
Rosalie Cornish Spence — Sociology
2333 Reisterstown Rd., Baltimore, Md.
French Club, Women's Council, HAWK.
Ernestine Stanley — Business Education
YWCA, Women's Council, Senior Scholar, Led-
ger, Phi Beta Lambda.
Euretia S. Thaxton — English
723 59th Place, Washington, D.C. N.E.
Delta Sigma Theta, Angel Flight, French Club,
English Club, Women's Council, HAWK, Stu-
dent Counselor, Dramatics Club, Baptist Stu-
dent Union, YWCA.
Calvin B. Thomas — Business Education
Maryland State College, Princess Anne, Md.
Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger, Choir, HAWK,
Myra Joyce Thomas — Business Education
Route 1 Box 279B Solly Road, Glen Burnie,
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Ledger, Women's Council
(Pres.) Phi Beta Lambda.
Jerome F. Thompson — General Business
Star Route 2 La Plata, Maryland
Sphinx Club (Pres.), Men's Senate, Phi Beta
Lambda, Ledger (Editor).
Norman G. Tilghman — Social Science
434 Beckford Avenue, Princess Anne, Md.
French Club, Social Science Club.
Shirley M. Travers — Business Education
Pyramid Club, Ledger, YWCA, Phi Beta
Elsie B. Walston — Business Education
P.O. Box 375 Princess Ann, Maryland
Joseph P. Warrick — Agriculture Education
Route 2 Box 108, Easton, Maryland
Mary A. Washington — Home Economics
Box 7, La Plata, Maryland
Delta Sigma Theta (Vice-pres.), Home Econom-
Raymond B. Washington — General Business
Box 42, Marbury, Maryland
Alpha Phi Alpha, Student Council (Chaplain).
Gladstone Waters, 3rd — Mathematics
Route 2 Box 207, Pocomoke City, Maryland
YMCA, French Club, Sphinx Club, Science
Club, Student Counselor.
M. Odell Wheeler — Industrial Arts Education
544 Mee Street, Spartanburg, S.C.
Football Team, "M" Club, Industrial Arts Club.
Everitt Lee Whitney — Chemistry
Route 2 Box 40 Allen, Maryland
French Club, Men's Senate, Science Club.
Edward Robert Williams — Physical Education
1247 S. Craylock, Philadelphia, Pa.
Kappa Alpha Psi, Basketball Team (Capt.), All-
American CIAA, YMCA, Baptist Student Union,
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sweetheart.
Joseph Williams — Sociology
515 Eveshar Avenue, Magnolia, N.J.
Football, Men's Senate, "M" Club.
Walter Williams — Physical Education
15700 Good Hope Rd., Silver Springs, Md.
Omega Psi Phi, Physical Education Club.
William Henry Young — Mathematics
2126 St. Matthews Street, Hemdendom,
L. C. Clark
Lin wood Foster
Ignorance is not a cure for anything
Booker T. Wasliington
Our ignorance lessens some, not much, as
difficulties are overcome, yet in the midst of
clouds only one step beyond.
Sallie M. Adams
Alfred C. Alexander
Clyde N. Green
Margo L. Morris
Melva E. Murray
Brenda A. Parker
Laura B. Parker
Bernie L. Peoples, Jr.
G. LaVerne Sample
James Thomas Smith
Thomas IVI. Smith
Jame Theodore Smith
William D. Walmsley
Diane A. Wiggins
. . . WE'VE
Paul J. Briscoe
Willie Des Shazo
William De Sheilds
Betty Jean Hawkins
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Stan fey Wade
THE HAWKS WELCOME
THE CLASS OF '69 TO
The Freshmen Class
Prexy welcomes class at traditional ban-
New students taste Hawk food.
Rev. Pendleton's address seems to have some
effect on counselors Valerie and Adrienne.
Counselors help make Hawks at candlelight ceremony.
Now we're Hawks.
Lynn goes through pre-registration.
The cheerleaders introduce themselves.
You'd think I had bad breath.
So what if I play with dolls?
He says he loves me!
Prexy opens first assembly in new gymnasium.
Rev. T. Nelson surprises students in a brilliant address at Leadership Convoca-
Senior scholars present gifts to
Louida Fletcher Jones
1965-66 STUDENT LEADERS
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
MEMBERS SEATED: Charlotte Russell,
Diane Sewell, Lillian Jackson, Vashti
Saunders, Aloha Lindsey, — Dorothy
Christian, Rosa Wills, Regina Mackeral.
Audrey Bell, Eliga Myster, Ava Waters,
Brenda Parker, Ada Wise, Laura Davis,
Sandra Haines, Mary Gilbert.
THE ANGEL FLIGHT
The name of our Angel Flight is "Jennie V. Williams
Flight". It is an honorary service organization of selec-
tive and dedicated women of Maryland State College.
The Arnold Air Society is a professional honorary service
organization of selected AFROTC Cadets from 167 of
the Nation's leading Colleges and Universities. It is a
private tax exempt, Non-profit organization with a mem-
bership of approximately 5500 during each academic
ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY MEMBERS ARE: Richard Forchion, David Greer,
Floyd Pinder, John McCargo, Alex Jefferson.
THE FRENCH CLUB
THE NEWMAN CLUB
The Newman Club is an organization composed of Cath-
olic Students. The club meetings acquaint students with
various information about their religion.
MEMBERS: Joyce Blake. Veda Jones, Sue Gray. Olivier Askins. Agatha
Blair, Edward Proctor.
Donald Lundy, Paul Cevis. Myrtle
Ralney, Gwendolyn Smith, Mrs. M. Bar-
bee Pleasant, Morgan Dilver, William
THE CANTERBURY CLUB
The Canterbury Club is a religious organization sponsored by the Episcopal
Church. The primary purpose of the Canterbury Club is to promote a desire
among students to attend church regularly and to enrich the life of students by
participating in church activities.
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Members Are: Bernard Brown, Larry Chris-
ty, Ardenia Davenport, Oliver Munson,
Diane Wiggins, John McCargo, Olivier As-
kins, Lou Hendricks, Valeria Watts, William
Maddox, Julius Thompson, Adrienne
Braithwaith, Phillip Gathers,
The Wesley Foundation strives to be an instrument ot God's love acting and
bearing witness for God on the campus. Those persons related to the Wesley
Foundation are called upon to represent and to be the Methodist Church at work
within the college and college community.
THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN
The Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation we regard as being in its
essential genius, a world-wide fel-
lowship of men and boys united by
a common loyalty to Jesus Christ
for the purpose of developing
Christian personality and building
a Christian society.
Members: Ardnia Davenport, Lorraine Ven-
erable, Beverly Hilton, Brenda Barnes,
Christian Christian, Ella Bowen, Olivier
Jefferies, Aloha Lindsay, Ruth Harmon,
PHI BETA LAMBDA
MEN OF HONOR
The Science Club was organized for the purpose of giving majors and minors
in the field of Science the opportunity to broaden experiences and knowledge
in biological concepts outside the classroom.
Members: C, William, S. Seawell, Ronald Howard. P. Milton, E. Proctor. B. Smith.
Members: Bernard Wash-
ington. Suella Gayles, Richard
Forchion, Louis Hendricl<s,
THE ENGLISH CLUB
The English Club: Mrs. Mary F. Burks (Advisor), Carolyn Jackson, John Barber,
Veda Jones, Joan Maddox, Diane Wiggins, Valeria Watts, Regina Mackeral.
The purpose of the Women's Council are to provide a means for solving minor
problems of women students that need not be taken before the disciplinary
committee, act as a medium between the students and the administration and
provide the students with a means of contributing to student government.
THE MEN'S SENATE
The Men's Senate is a campus organization comprised
of the male population. It is designed to help shape the
cultural ethical and moral character of the young men
of the Maryland State College Campus. On occasions
the Senate works jointly with the Women's Council.
Members: James Privott, Clifford Jones and Harry Redd.
The purposes of this club are to
create a closer relationship be-
tween Industrial Arts Education Ma-
jors and their Instructors, and to
aid the students in developing
good character both academically
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"WITH A FELLOWSHIP SINCERE AND RARE"
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was the first Greek letter organization for Negro
women. The organization dedicates itself to the "service of all mankind." Some
of its purposes are to promote unity and friendship among college women, to
improve the social status of the race, and to keep alive all interest in college life
and the progressive movements.
SORORS of Alpha Kappa Alpha are: G. Davis, C, Jackson, E. Bowen, S. Gayles, S. Stevenson, B.
Barnes, L. Venerable, A. Thompson, L. Jackson, M. Faulker, R. Humaine, R. Harmon, M. Nocks, A.
Nixon. L. Sample.
"WE CHERISH THY PRECEPTS"
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY
Ever aware of the magnetic appeal of our motto, "first of all, servants of all, we
shall transcend all, it has been an endeavor of Alpha Phi Alpha to make this ax-
iomatic truth a living reality. Further, the chapter has always held as its most
influential attributes, many deeds, scholarship and love for all mankind.
Members are: D. Savoy; A. Neil, E. Jones, L. Brogden, S. Briscoe, C. Jones, D. Lundy, R. B.
Washington, J. Dickens, M. Ransome, R. Forchion. Sweetheart: Miss Gail Davis. NOT SHOWN: Ed-
ward Bland, Douglas Hutchlns, Carl William, Harry Redd, Livingston Cowling.
"DELTA, WE PRAISE THEE"
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C.
in 1913. The purpose of the sorority is to encourage high cultural and scholastic
standards and to lift the ideal of finer womanhood.
SORORS of Delta Sigma Theta Are: V. Saunders, C. Standley. C. Satterwhite. A. Blair, K. Thomson,
D. Wiggins, A. Braithwaite, R. Daily.
"OMEGA, DEAR OMEGA"
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on November 17, 1911, at Howard Uni-
versity in Washington, D.C. Believing that men of similar ideals and principles
should bind themselves together in a common bond of brotherhood, Omega Psi
Phi Fraternity was founded upon these Four Cardinal Principles: Manhood, Schol-
arship, Perseverance, and Uplift. We are ever grateful to our founders, Edgar A.
Love, Oscar Cooper, Frank Coleman, and Ernest Just, for a Fraternity of brother-
hood and fellowship which shall stand as a glowing light for all men who pledge
themselves to such principles.
Members are: R. Howard, W. Northam, C. Grody. L. Gains, J. Hall
Sweetheart; Miss Agatha Blair.
Brother holds founders day assembly
"WE'LL THUNDER ALONG THE LINE"
PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY
Alpha Chapter was established on May 4, 1914, and the first initiation with 14
men was held.
Beta Chapter at Wiley College was established on November 15 by Herbert L.
Stevens, and authorized by the general board.
Phi Beta Sigma's first conclave was held in Washington, D.C. December 27-30
in the year of 1916 and the fraternity was incorporated on January 31, 1920.
Members are: P^ Marshall, H. Hay, P. Hillton, G. Hamington, L. C. Clark, 0. Green.
"WITH FERVENT HEARTS WE PRAY'
ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority had its beginning at Howard University, January 16,
1920. A member of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Charles Robert, Samuel Tay-
lor, spoke to a young lady, Arizona Cleaver, concerning the establishment of a
sister organization and asked her if she w/ould endeavor to establish such an or-
ganization at the University. The young lady willingly accepted the task and im-
mediately began to work on it.
SORORS are: G. Cannon, E. Hill, M. McGee, D. Morton, J. Maddox, M. Banks, M. Pryor, R. Bendenitt.
FROM THEE WE'LL NEVER PART"
KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY
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Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded by Elder W. DIggs, along with nine oth-
er men on the 5th of January, 1911, at the University of Indiana, and was incor-
porated April 15, 1915, as the first Negro fraternity in the state. The purpose of
Kappa Alpha Psi is achievement. It strives to inspire its members to do Noble
deeds and gain positions of usefulness to mankind.
BROTHERS ARE: 0. Kates, W. Crutchfleld, W. Wil-
son, W. Cain, E. Williams, E. Downing, R. Peters,
N. Scott, C. Kelly, J. Ellzy, N. Collins. A. Grimes.
A. Jefferson, E. Hood, J. Barber, C. Gregg, H. Mor-
ris. Sweetheart, Brenda Eaton.
Kappa's present Brother Williams with symbol.
The Ivy Leaf Club
The Sphinx Club
J. Pinder, A. Alexander. C. Newsome, R. Savory, R. Chase. G. Wright. B. Wood. Sweetheart: D.
The Pyramid Club
The Crescent Club
S. Horsey, C. Ross, G. Trotter, W. Wolmsley. Sweetheart: E. Ways.
The Scroller Club
E. Johnson, C. Craft, J. Williams, N. Wilson, J. Edwards. Sweet-
heart: Valerie Watts.
J. Wallace, L. DeShields, W. Fisher. Sweetheart:
"They shouldn't have come here.
'Why? Oh why?"
'Oh, they're gone.
A brother sings "Hold On.'
EAGLES ARE LAID TO REST
"It all over now.
TIME TO WORK
"Tra, la, la, la.
Senior Class Sweetheart. Sweetheart of Omega Psi Phi
Dean Boone helps queens to
Miss Maryland State, Vashti Saunders, is a native of Port Republic, Maryland.
She is a junior majoring in business education. She is very active in co-curricular
activities and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
I LOVE A
Mr. & Miss Business Education
liss Maryland State
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Drum and Bugle Corps
Queens of Maryland State
We're so tired of winning.
Prexy watches game.
At half time.
Captain Boston of the Baltimore City Police Department
urges young men to join the force.
An alumni member addresses the student body.
Religious leaders speak to students on theology.
Senator Joseph Tydings discussed the Vietnam situation.
Senator Tydings answers questions from the student body.
This visitor tells of his experi-
ences in Vietnam.
Faculty members and students crowd around to shake hands with
our honored guest.
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1966 Hawks Football Squad
More Freshmen Players?
'Baby' Shell stands ready.
Mr. Quarterback Stukes aims high.
Curt and Earl practice catches.
The coaches get together.
Brown, Smith, Cisco, Kelly, Jones,
Kennedy warms up before game.
Stalwarts of the forward wal
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"Rusty" Boozer talks with the man from the Jets.
One of those catches that "caught" him a con-
"Of course it's a first down" But Curt and Smitty don't seem
to think it is.
One last practice with pal Bob Taylor.
Cropper in the clear with the ball.
Hawks and Morgan Bears meet on the Bears'
Boozer curbs the corner.
Boozer trys to pass two tacklers.
THE 1966 HAWK BASKETBALL TEAM
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STANDING: C. Cufee, J. Smith, A. Shell, B. Roberts, J. Richmond, 0. Cain, C.
Stukes. KNEELING: R. Williams, D. Rice, E. Smith, K. Goldsmith, J. Smith, J.
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Shell gets one in.
Hank Lets one off.
Shell puts away a crip.
ANOTHER FINE FOURSOME: A. Grimes, E. Skinner, H.
Morris, E. Walker.
Maryland State's magnificent mile relay time: Harley
Morris, Edwin Skinner, Alfonzo Grimes, Robert Brown.
TRINIDAD JOINS FORCES WITH THE U.S. B. Cayene, C.
King, A. Grimes, H. Morris.
HAWKS FROM TRINIDAD
The Governor of the State of Maryland
THE HONORABLE J. MILLARD TAWES
Not only does the office distinguish the man, but also the man the office.
THE BOARD OF REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
Mr. Charles P. McCormick
Dr. Louis I. Kaplan
Mr. Edward F. Holter
Mr. Harry H. Nuttle
Dr. B. Herbert Brown
Dr. William B. Long
Judge William Walsh
Mrs. Sara A. Whitehurst
Dr. T. B. Symons
Mr. Richard W. Case
Mr. Thomas W. Pangborn
1966 HAWK YEARBOOK STAFF
Gwen Smith, Asst. Ed.; Valerie Watis, Editor; Cynthia Thomas, Literary Ed.; Con-
nie Armwood, Asst. Lay-out Ed.
We are a neophyte staff, and this is our first yearbook.
We tried, with the best of our knowledge, to make it en-
joyable, and we hope that you have enjoyed the 1966 is-
sue of the HAWK.