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THE 1966 HAWK 

YEARBOOK 

STAFF PRESENTS 

THE 1966 

HAWK 




MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 
PRINCESS ANNE, MARYLAND 



^THE EDITORIAL STAFF 



Valerie Watts ■■ ■ • ■ • 
Gwendolyn Smith- ■ 

Calvin Thomas 

Consuella Armwood 

Cynthia Thomas 

Calvin Dopson 

Robert Smith 



Editor-in-chief 

■ > ■ > ■ ■ • Associate Editor 

I ■ L^-out Editor 

^•■••Asst. Lay-out Editor 

• Feature Editor 

Freshman Class Correspondent 
Advisor 



Reporters: Rosalie C. Spence, Marion Gee, Clifford Jones, Jennie 
Johnson^Eeeina JVlackell. 



We wF5T^ extind^'Ipecia^^^preciation and thanks to the fresh- 
men staff membl^B^ho wor^^ndiligently to aid in making this is- 
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FOREWORD 



„ 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. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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DEDICATION 




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MEMORIAM 




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FACULTY 


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SENIOR CLASS 


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DEDICATION 



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 
"Jake." 

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. 




PRESIDENT 

JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 



MEMORIAM 



Dr. I. Gregory Newton 

-1965 
Dean of the College 
1964-1965 

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. 



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DEAN WILLIAM A. LYNK PRESENTS 
THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 




MR. RALEIGH W. BOWEN 
DIRECTOR OF FOOD SERVICE 




DR. NEVILLE A. BARON 
COLLEGE PHYSICIAN 




MR. JAMES BOYCE B.A., M.S.L.S. 
LIBRARIAN 




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 
MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDANT 





MR. THOMAS WILES 
PHOTOGRAPHY 



MR. LEON GATES 
BUSINESS OFFICE 



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MRS. VIOLET J. WOODS 
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 








MR. THEODORE BRIGGS, B.S„ M.S. 
MECHANIC ARTS 




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DR. CLAUDE C. MARION, B.S.. M.S., PH.D. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 




MR. CLIFTON ANDERSON AB, M.A. 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

DR. ELIZABETH S. BELL, AB, M.A., PH.D. 
HEAD, ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES 








MRS. DOROTHY WATERS A. 
ENGLISH 



MR. FRANCIS H. HARRIS 
DEAN OF MEN 





MR. WILLIAM H. CLELLAND, B.S., M.S. 
MECHANIC ARTS 




MRS. OLIE A. CARPENTER 
LIBRARIAN 




MRS. ELIZABETH CORDERY 
SECRETARY 




MR. HOWARD DAVIS, A.B., A.M. 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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MRS. CARRIE CHISHOM 
SECRETARY 





MARY CROSLEY 
LIBRARY 



JOHN DONLAN, B.S., M.S. 
ASSISTANT MECHANICAL ARTS 




MR. JOHN DEVANE, B.S., M.S. 
BIOLOGY 




ALETHIA A. ELPS, B.S., M.S. 
HOME ECONOMICS 



FRED EICKEL, A.B., A.M. 
ENGLISH AND GERMAN 




ELLA PEARL DOANE 

HEAD CUSTODIAN 

WOMEN'S DORMITORY 






JOHN M. GUTHRIE, B.S., M.A., B.L 
BUSINESS 



MR. CHARLES FISHER B.ME., M.S. 



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MRS. BETTY GILLIAM 
SECRETARY 



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ENGLISH 



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ERNESTINE FISCHER 
SECRETARY 



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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. 
MATHEMATICS 




MISS ALMA GREGG A.B. M.A. 
MUSIC 






MISS DELORES L. NINES A.B., A.M. 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



MR. WILLIAM 0. HULL B.S., M.S. 
MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS 




MRS. ANN MESSICK 
BOOKSTORE 



DR. CECELIA E. HUMPHREY B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
HEAD, HOME ECONOMICS 





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MR. CHARLES C. JACOBS 
FRENCH 



ANNE HOWARD 
SECRETARY, AGRICULTURE - HOME ECONOMICS 






VERNON E. McCAIN. A.B. 
MATHEMATICS 



M.S. 




CHARLES E. McMILLIN, B.S. M.S. 

LT. COLONEL, U.S. AIR FORCE 

HEAD. AIR SCIENCE 

MRS. CARRIE JOHNSON 
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR 





MR. GEORGE R. KENT, A.B., A. 
HISTORY 




MRS. GRACE S. MORTON, B.S., M.S. 
HOME ECONOMICS 



DR. WILLIAM A. LYNK, A.B., A.M., PH.D. 
HEAD, NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS 



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MR. JIMMIE MOSELEY, A.B., M.ED. 
ART 








MR. T. WALDO KIAH, A.B., Ed.M. 
EDUCATION 




JAMES s. Mccormick, b.s. 

CAPTAIN, U.S. air FORCE 
AIR SCIENCE 




DR. W. AUGUSTUS LOW, A.B., A.M., PH.D. 
HEAD, SOCIAL SCIENCE 



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REV. W. TYCER NELSON 

COLLEGE MINISTER 

SOCIOLOGY 



DR. WILLIAM PENDER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

DIRECTOR, GUIDANCE, TEACHER 

TRAINING 



MR. RALPH LOWREY 
B.A., M.A. 




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MRS. SARAH POLLITT, B.A. 
BUSINESS OFFICE 



MRS. REBECCA NEWSOME, R.N. 
COLLEGE NURSE 



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DR. ELMER S. RIECK, B.S., M.S., PH.D. 
EDUCATION 



MRS. LUTHERINE B. SMITH 
ASSISTANT DEAN OF WOMEN 





MR. JAMES A. SULLIVAN 
MECHANIC ARTS 



MRS. MARY A. STEWART 
SECRETARY TO THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE 



MR. WILLIAM J. WILSON 
BUSINESS MANAGER 




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DR. F. HARRELL SMITH, B.S„ M.S., Ed.D. 
HEAD, AGRICULTURE 



MR. RICHARD H. THOMAS, B.S., M.Ed. 
MECHANIC ARTS 




MR. ROBERT SMITH, A.B.. M.A. 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 



MR. JOHN V. STRICKLAND, A.B., M.S. 



DR. MOSES W. VAUGHN, B.S., M.S., PH.D. 
AGRICULTURE 




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DR. VERNON W. STONE, A.B., M.B.A., Ph.D., Ed.M. 
HEAD, BUSINESS 




MRS. DEVENIA P. WALLACE, B.S., M.S. 
HOME ECONOMICS 




MR. THOMAS B. WILBURN, B.A. 
BUSINESS OFFICE 



MISS ANITA 0. STEWART, B.S., M.S. 
BIOLOGY 





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 
ENGLISH 




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. 



ALMA MATER 



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! 



— Rideout 




Consuella Armwood 



Monterey Banks 




Robert Batson 



Ronald L. Bishop 





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Edward L. 


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My object all sublime 
I shall achieve in time- 
To let the punishment 
Fit the crime. 
W.S. Gilbert 



Emerson Boozer 





Ned Britt 




Mary J. Brooks 



Alfrieda Brown 



Lloyd Butler 




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. 
Robert Browning 



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Geneva Cannon 





Phyllis Catlett 
Livingston Cowling 



Geraldine Chase 



Earl Christy 




. . . They are the books, the arts, the academes, 
That show, contain, and nourish all the world. 

William Shakespeare 



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Stephen Cuyjet 



James Dickens 




Sadie Dixon 



Leslie Donaldson, Jr. 



Thomas Dopson 



Louis Elliot 



Dorothy Farmer 





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George Fenwick 




Richard Fisher 



Wayne Fisher 



Richard T. Forchion 



larion Gee 




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 




Curtis Gentry 



George Giganti 




Brenda Gordon 



Annetta Green 



Russell Hogan 



Ella Hil 



Barbara Holland 





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Alice Howard 



Ronald Howard 




Douglass Hutchins 



Russell Irvin 



Brenda Johnson 



James Johnson 




Forth we went, a gallant band- 
Youth, Love, Gold, and Pleasure. 
Mark Lemon 




Joyce Jones 




Louida Jones 



Kenneth LaPrince 



Doris Leigh 



Chester McLin 





David Marbary 



Paul Marshall 




Sterling Marshall 
Frederick Moore 



William Mitchell 



Dorothy Morton 



Annette Moten 





Joyce Nichols 




Norman Nichols 



Hector Pagan 



Harry Parker 



Floyd Pinder 




Our days, our deeds, all we achieve or are, 
Lay folded in our infancy . . . 

John Townsend Trowbridge 



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Mary Robinson 




James Privott 




William Purnell 



Harry Redd 



Marva Ringgold 




How sad and bad and mad it was! 
But then, how it was sweet! 

Robert Browning 



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Robert Satchell 



Bernard Scott 




Sylvia Scott 



Alfonso Selby 



Curtis Shelton 



George Siso 



Edward Smith 





Eurethia Thaxton 



Myra Thomas 



Rosalie Spence 




Calvin Thomas 
Jerome Thompson 



Ernestine Stanley 



Norman Tilghman 




Elsie Walston 
Raymond Washington 




Joseph Warrick 




Shirley Travers 




Mary Washington 




Gladstone Waters 



Odell Wheeler 




Everett Whitney 




Edward Williams 



Joseph Williams 



Walter Williams 



William Young 




SENIOR DIRECTORY 



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 

Sweetheart. 

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- 
pres.). 

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 

Senate. 

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 
Beta Lambda. 

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, 
YWCA, HAWK. 

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 

Education 

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 

Birdsnest, Va. 

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 
Senate, Y.M.C.A. 

Dorothy Farmer — Social Science 

Bryantown, Maryland 

Newman Club, French Club, Senior Scholar 

Program, Social Science Club, Women's 

Council. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



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. 
Lampados Club. 

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 
Lambda, Y.M.C.A. 

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- 
dent Counselor. 

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- 
lenic Council. 

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, 
Y.W.C.A., Women'sCouncil,StudentCounselors. 



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, 
Maryland 

Angel Flight, Home Economics Club, Vice Presi- 
dent — Freshman Class, Women's Council, 
Stagecrafters. 

Alice Turner Howard — Social Science 
Salisbury, Maryland 
French Club. 

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, 
HAWK, YWCA. 

Joyce Betina Jones — Business Education 

Sunderland, Maryland 

Delta Sigma Theta, Dramatics, Angel Flight, 

Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger, YWCA, Women's 

Council. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



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, 

ROTC Sweetheart. 

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 
Senate. 

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 

Choir. 

Hector C. Pagan — Physical Education 

97 S. Broadway, Nyach, New York 

"M" Club, Physical Education Club, Football 

Team. 

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, 

Women's Council. 

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 

Club. 

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 

Choir. 



Alphonso H. Selby 
FAA, Science Club, 
YMCA. 



— Agriculture Education 
Freshmen Class (Pres.) 



Curtis R. Shelton — Physical Education 
24 Monroe Street, Mt. Vernon. New York 
"M" Club, Football Team. Physical Education 
Club. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



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 
Linkwood, Maryland 

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, 
YMCA. 

Myra Joyce Thomas — Business Education 

Route 1 Box 279B Solly Road, Glen Burnie, 

Md. 

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 
Hoopersville, Maryland 



Pyramid Club, Ledger, YWCA, Phi Beta 
Lambda. 

Elsie B. Walston — Business Education 
P.O. Box 375 Princess Ann, Maryland 
Junior Queen. 

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- 
ics Club. 

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, 
Science Club. 



N.C. 



52 




OUR STUDENTS 
STRIVE HARDER. 







Veronica Bess 
Bernice Bolden 



William Atterbury 
John Barber 



Brenda Barnes 
Sam Bee 



Rachel Bennett 
Wavey Bennett 



56 



Ella Bowen 
Pamela Bowman 



Samuel Briscoe 



Larry Brittingham 



Lawrence Brogden 
Gerald Brown 





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Sandra Brown 
William Cain 



57 




Albert Cooks 
Marshall Cropper 



Willie Caesar 
Lawrence Chandler 



L. C. Clark 
Leonard Clay 



Joseph Colardo 
Nathan Collins 




Samuel Everett 
Marianne Faulkner 



Rose Dailey 
Barbara Daughtery 



Leslie Deshields 
Wilmer Elbert 




59 



Lin wood Foster 
Leslie Gaines 



Kenneth Goldsmith 
Obie Gravely 




Oliver Greene 
David Greer 



60 




Esther Handy 
Ruth Harmon 



Lewis Hendricks 



Samuel Horsey 



Arnold Huff 
Clinton Huff 



George Hull 
Regina Humaine 





Bernell Johnson 
Blanche Johnson 



Samuel Hutchins 
Carolyn Jackson 



Dorothy Jackson 
Lillian Jackson 



Alex Jefferson 
Arthur Jenkins 




Clifford Jones 
Earl Jones 





Esta Jones 
OIlie Kates 



Carl Kelly 
Ray Kennedy 



Aloha Lindsey 
Donald Lundy 



Isaiah McKenzie 
Joan Maddox 



William Maddox 
Lorraine McGee 



Vivian Malone 
Emanuel Mansfield 





William Moaney 
Gary Moore 




Ralph Paden 
Richard Peters 



Harley Morris 
Oliver Munson 



Alvin Neale 
Arthurine Nixon 



Marguerite Nock 
William Northam 




65 




George Pettigrew 
James Pinder 



Thomas Pitts 
Anna Polk 



Gary Powell 
Howard Proctor 



Sarah Purnell 
Leonard Ramey 




Mack Ransome 
Myrtle Rainey 



David Rice 



James Richmond 




Theodore Robinson 
Lonnie Russell 



Vashti Saunders 



Daniel Savoy 



67 




Robert Savoy 



John Scott 



Norman Scott 



Michael Shelton 



Robert Shelton 
Paul Shuford 



Edwin Skinner 
Edgar Smith 




68 



Gwendolyn Smith 
Charles Stukes 



Frankie Sumpter 
Donald Syndor 



Catherine Thomas 
Alicia Thompson 





Janice Tillman 
Jeffrey Turner 



69 



Paul Wiles 
Carl Williams 



Louis Williams 
Wayne Wilson 
Benjamin Wood 



Edgar Walker 
Jean Walker 




70 



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. 




Levi Blaylock 
James Boardley 



Sallie M. Adams 
Alfred C. Alexander 



Olivia Askins 
Audrey Bayneum 



William Belk 
Evelyn Benson 



Loretta Booth 
Ellis Boston 



72 



Mildred Bowman 
Adrienne Braithwaite 



Curtis Briggs 
Bernard Brown 




George Brown 
Howard Brown 



Odis Cain 
Marjorie Cann 



73 




Christine Christon 
Orease Cohen 



Deborah Coleman 
William Cornish 



Bernard Carter 
Ethel Cevis 



Paul Cevis 
Melvin Chase 



Roland Chase 
Dorothy Christian 



74 



Tyrone Copeland 
Silas Craft 



Lawrence Crawford 
William Crutchfield 




Ardenia Davenport 
Gail Davis 



Walter Davis 
alinda Deshields 



Viorgan Dilver 
Eugene Downing 



75 



James Duncan 
Rowena Dunnock 



Jesse Edwards 
William Ellison 




Shirley Finney 
William Franklin 



Betty Garret 
Zuella Gayle 



Doris Gibson 
Mary Gilbert 



76 



Charles Gregg 
Alfonzo Grimes 



Mrytle Hairston 
John Hamilton 



Harold Hammond 
Harold Hay 



Charles Golden 
Clifton Gordy 



Clyde N. Green 
Thomas Green 




77 



Robert Hearn 
Beverly Hilton 




Joanna Hynson 
Osborne James 



Olivia Jefferies 
Ernest Johnson 



Gorman Johnson 
Mary Johnson 



78 



Leon Johnson 



Raymond Johnson 



Van Johnson 
Peggy Jones 



Vincent Jones 
Yvette Jones 



Cheryl Jordon 
Charlie Joyner 



Eric Judy 
Nettie Kimbrow 






Atfh 



Carver King 
George Knight 



Beverly Lake 
Terrence Lastique 




James Lunnermon 
Jean McBride 



Bertha McCloud 
Quentin McCoy 



Rodell McLaughlin 
Gloria Marshall 



80 



Lloyd Mason 



Grace Matthews 



Horace Mickey 
Leon Miller 



Perry Milton 
Lloyd Mitten 



Kenneth Mitchell 
Lawrence Mitchell 



Arnold Moore 
Henry Moore 




81 



William Moore 
Juanita Morris 



Margo L. Morris 
Brenda Munson 




Melva E. Murray 
Eliza Myster 



Clifford Newsome 
Horace Nutter 



Jacqueline Odds 
Brenda A. Parker 



82 



Laura B. Parker 
Marie Parsons 



Phyllis Pendleton 
Bernie L. Peoples, Jr. 



Clara Potts 
Eugene Pulley 



Eric Richardson 
Birdella Ross 



Charles Ross 
Charlotte Russell 




83 




William Russell 
G. LaVerne Sample 



Janie Savage 
George Savoy 



Grafton Sconion 
Fletcher Scott 



Rodney Scott 
Diane Sewell 



Arthur Shell 
Carolyn Sheppard 



84 



Roy Shirley 
Everett Simms 



Eugene Skinner 
Drexel Smith 



James Thomas Smith 
Thomas IVI. Smith 



Claudia Stanley 
Eugene Stephens 




Gregory Smith 

Jame Theodore Smith 



85 




Stephanie Stephens 
John Sterrell 



Dwight Taylor 
Robert Taylor 




Carolyn Thomas 
George Trotter 



Tommy Tucker 
William D. Walmsley 



Armstead Ward 



James Ward 



86 



Robert White 
Diane A. Wiggins 



Cynthia Williams 

Gregory Williams 
George Wright 



Anthony Winder 
Nathan Wilson 
Melvin Young 



Donald Warfield 
Sara Waters 



Patrick Watkins 
Valerie Watts 




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. . . WE'VE 
LEARNED 
WITHIN THY 
WALLS 




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Percival Adams 
Mary Adams 
Richard Adams 

Jackie Allan 
Arnold Ballinger 
Raymond Banks 



Andrew Banks 
Robert Baylor 
Alexander Beasley 



Audrey Bell 
Barbara Bell 
Alan Bennett 



Joyce Blake 
William Bowie 



90 



Faith Boyd 
Barbara Bridgeforth 



Joseph Briscoe 
Paul J. Briscoe 
Genevieve Brown 

George Brown 
Harriet Brown 
Salomon Brown 



Zolah Brown 
Lynn Braxton 
Barrett Bryant 



William Cain 
Shirley Carter 
Rodney Carr 




91 




Bendict Cayenne 
Robert Chambers 



Robert Chesley 
Larry Christy 
John Church 

Bernard Clark 
Sylvia Clark 
Priscilla Clegg 



Delores Cleveland 
Sylvan Collier 
Leon Conely 



Doretha Conquest 
Lawrence Cantee 
Brenda Conway 



Carolyn Conway 
Eleanor Cook 
George Cooper 



Richard Cooper 
Lucille Cottman 
Sheila Council 

Laura Davis 
Alfred Dennis 
Constance Dennis 



Dorothy Dennis 
Edith Dennis 
Willie Des Shazo 



William De Sheilds 
Victoria Dasheild 




93 




Delores Dickey 
Constance Diggs 
Elizabeth Doane 

Roland Dorsey 
Calvin Dopson 
Linda Dowling 

Beverly Drummond 
William Duckey 
Henderson Dunn 



Joseph Edgerton 
Vance Elbert 
Delores Elliot 



Jean Elliot 
James Ellis 



94 



Herman Eure 
Sewell Feddiman 
Diane Flamer 

Patricia Flamer 
Eleanor Fontaine 
Henry Ford 

Jake Ford 
James Franklin 
Louis Freeman 



Albert Gamble 
Carey Grambrill 
Sammy Garrett 



Robert Gaskins 
Phillip Gathers 




95 




Zeldalyne Gillium 
Sandra Gerald 



Sue Gray 
Teddy Gray 
Shirley Greene 

Michael Greene 
Clarissa Grimes 
Helen Gross 



Joseph Halrton 
Barbara Hall 
Gregory Hall 



Weldon Hamlett 
Louise Hammond 
Louis Hankins 



96 



Jam's Harris 
Solomon Harris 



Betty Jean Hawkins 
Sandra Haynes 
Clavin Heath 

Donald Hines 
Crystal Hitch 
Brenda Holland 



Patricia Hopkins 
Jedina Hoxter 
Vivian Hudson 



Charles Huff 
Freeman Huff 
Bernard James 




Barbara Jefferson 
Drew Jefferson 
Dwight Jefferson 

Alfonzo Jennings 
Herbert Johnson 
Jennie Jolinson 

Johnnie Johnson 
Kenneth Johnson 
Narissa Johnson 



Owen Johnson 
iVleredith Jones 
Terry Jones 



Veda Jones 
Veronica Joyner 




98 




Donald King 
Norma Koonce 
Joyce Laney 

Ernst Leatherbury 
James Lewis 
Fannie Lockhart 



Regina Mackall 
Alvin MacArthur 
Leonardo Mangrum 



Mildred Manley 
Portia Marine 
Michelle Mason 



Steven Mason 
Jacqueiyn Matthews 



99 



Miguel McCloud 
Dwight McCullers 
Howard McKenny 



Raymond Middleton 
Lettie Mitchell 
Regina Moore 

Robert Moore 
Josephine Morton 
JoAnne Motley 

Carolyn Moulden 
Brenda Myers 
Jackie Myster 



Lenard Nichoson 
Darryl Odum 




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100 




Jeraline Pendergrast 
Lillian Perkins 
Robert Phillips 



Bernadette Pinkett 
Gloria Preston 
Alonzo Price 



Joan Prettyman 
Francis Proctor 
Jacqueline Purcel 

Joseph Purnell 
Owens Purnell 
Marvin Purnell 



Oliver Rawlings 
Sandra Rawlings 



101 




Delores Richardson 
Harold Ried 



Joseph Rice 
Margaret Roberts 
Barbara Robinson 

Doretha Robinson 
Theresa Robinson 
Dianna Rogers 



Nolan Roman 
Roderick Ross 
Tyrone Ross 

Starletta Seawell 
Julia Scarborough 
Ronald Scott 



102 



Cecelia Short 
Callista Shirley 



Allen Simpler 
Isaac Smaw 
David Smith 



June Smith 
William Smith 
Gwendolyn Spruill 

Emanuel Stanford 
David Starks 
Patricia Stewart 

Willie Talor 
William Thompson 
George Tilghman 




103 




Jean Toye 
Stan fey Wade 



Jacquelyn Wallington 
James Walls 
Myra Washington 

Ava Waters 
Charles Waters 
Peggy Watson 



Richard Wayman 
Floyd Wheeler 
Donald White 



Omar White 
Tommy Wiggins 
Erwin Williams 



104 



Ronald Williams 
Mae Williamson 



Rosa Wills 
Alice Wilson 
Walter Winston 



Ada Wise 

David Witherspoon 

Julius Withserspoon 



Hattie Woods 
Audrey Wright 
Richmond Wright 



Wanda Wright 
William Wright 
Elease Yancey 




105 




Gloria Bullock 
Dorothy Carroll 



Sharendon Chase 
Bernadette Pinkett 
Lois Young 



Delores Jones 
Mary Anderson 



106 



THE HAWKS WELCOME 
THE CLASS OF '69 TO 
THE FAMILY. 




The Freshmen Class 





Prexy welcomes class at traditional ban- 
quet. 



108 



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. 




Ah, Ha! 




So what if I play with dolls? 




Chee! 




He says he loves me! 



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Prexy opens first assembly in new gymnasium. 










Rev. T. Nelson surprises students in a brilliant address at Leadership Convoca- 
tions. 




Senior scholars present gifts to 
President Williams. 



WHO'S WHO 





Frederick Moore 
Physical Education 



Louida Fletcher Jones 
Business Education 





Ernestine Stanley 
Business Education 



Curtis Gentry 
Physical Education 



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1965-66 STUDENT LEADERS 

PRESENT 
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



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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 



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 
year. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY MEMBERS ARE: Richard Forchion, David Greer, 
Floyd Pinder, John McCargo, Alex Jefferson. 



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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. 



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Donald Lundy, Paul Cevis. Myrtle 
Ralney, Gwendolyn Smith, Mrs. M. Bar- 
bee Pleasant, Morgan Dilver, William 
Maddox. 




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. 



THE NAACP 



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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, 




WESLEY FOUNDATION 

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 
ASSOCIATION 



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, 
Olivier Askins. 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 



MEN OF HONOR 



■■M" 
LETTER 
CLUB 





SCIENCE CLUB 

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. 



FUTURE AGRICULTURISTS 
OF AMERICA 




Members: Bernard Wash- 
ington. Suella Gayles, Richard 
Forchion, Louis Hendricl<s, 
Frank Brown. 




THE-LEDGER 



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. 



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WOMEN'S COUNCIL 

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. 



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STUDENT COUNSELORS 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
EDUCATION CLUB 




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 
and socially. 




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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. 



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"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. 



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"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 



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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. 



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"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. 



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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. 





WELCOME 
TO PLEDGE 
LAND 



The Ivy Leaf Club 




The Sphinx Club 



J. Pinder, A. Alexander. C. Newsome, R. Savory, R. Chase. G. Wright. B. Wood. Sweetheart: D. 
Davenport. 



The Pyramid Club 

Valerie Watts 








The Crescent Club 

S. Horsey, C. Ross, G. Trotter, W. Wolmsley. Sweetheart: E. Ways. 



Lampados Club 



The Scroller Club 



E. Johnson, C. Craft, J. Williams, N. Wilson, J. Edwards. Sweet- 
heart: Valerie Watts. 




J. Wallace, L. DeShields, W. Fisher. Sweetheart: 
Cynthia Thomas. 




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Homecoming Week 






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"They shouldn't have come here. 



'Why? Oh why?" 



'Oh, they're gone. 




FUNERAL 





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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 
dress. 




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. 



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I LOVE A 
PARADE 



Miss Senior 




Mr. & Miss Business Education 



Home Economics 




liss Maryland State 




Alpha Kappa Alpha 



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Drum and Bugle Corps 




Queens of Maryland State 




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Cheerleaders 



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We're so tired of winning. 



Prexy watches game. 




At half time. 




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VISITORS 




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. 



142 




Senator Joseph Tydings discussed the Vietnam situation. 




Senator Tydings answers questions from the student body. 



THE HONORABLE 
JOSEPH TYDINGS 
BRIGHTENS 
OUR CAMPUS 




This visitor tells of his experi- 
ences in Vietnam. 




Faculty members and students crowd around to shake hands with 
our honored guest. 




MARYLAND, 
MARYLAND 








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Sports 




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1966 Hawks Football Squad 




Freshmen Players 




More Freshmen Players? 



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'Baby' Shell stands ready. 



PRACTICE TIME 



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Mr. Quarterback Stukes aims high. 



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Curt and Earl practice catches. 






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Bruisers Pose. 



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The coaches get together. 



Brown, Smith, Cisco, Kelly, Jones, 
Sompter. 




Kennedy warms up before game. 



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"Rusty" Boozer talks with the man from the Jets. 



One of those catches that "caught" him a con- 
tract. 



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LUCK 
BOOZER 




"Of course it's a first down" But Curt and Smitty don't seem 
to think it is. 






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One last practice with pal Bob Taylor. 





stop him. 




Cropper in the clear with the ball. 




Hawks and Morgan Bears meet on the Bears' 
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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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Hank Lets one off. 





Shell puts away a crip. 



Kenny leaps. 




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 




Edwin Skinner 



Carver King 






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Benedict Cayenne 



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. 



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THE BOARD OF REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 




Mr. Charles P. McCormick 
Chairman 




Dr. Louis I. Kaplan 
Assistant Secretary 





Mr. Edward F. Holter 
Vice Chairman 




Mr. Harry H. Nuttle 
Treasurer 





Dr. B. Herbert Brown 
Secretary 




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. 



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