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DILIGENCE 
Use this moment wisely 
%li passes swiftly into history 
Live as you would live 
Now 
Fully 

Plant dreams firmly 
Every step of the way 
Leave Regret open-mouthed 




And hungry. 



By Eugenia A. Franklin-Springer 





Dedication 




Associate Professor William O. Hull 

Forty-one Years of Service 

to 

Education 



It is a pleasure for the YEARBOOK staff and students of UMES to dedicate the 1981-82, yearbook to William O. Hull, jr., Asso- 
ciate Professor of Physics, who has dedicated 41 years of his life to the education of youth, twenty of which has been at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland Eastern Shore. 

At a very young age, while attending Wicomico County Schools, William Hull's ambition was to be a doctor, but fate apparently 
foresaw the service he could render in education. As a product of Nanticoke High School in Nanticoke, Maryland, Lincoln 
University in Pennsylvania, and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, William O. Hull prepared himself 
well for the service he was to render in the sciences. Many youth of the area and from UMES are in scientific or engiiieering fields 
because of the wisdom and guidance he gave them. According to Mr. Hull, one of his most gratifying experiences was teaching his 
three younger brothers who are now engineers and one sister who is a medical researcher. 

Mr. Hull's expertise has been utilized over the years in many community activities. He was the first non-white to serve on the 
Wicomico County Board of Education, in 1960 to 1971, he was President of the Board. He has served as Vice-Chairman of the Del- 
marva Chapter of the American Institute of Physics. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Retarded Children of Wicomico 
County. In 1975, he was senior Chairman of the Salisbury Chapter of National Conference of Christian and Jews. He has served as 
advisor to the Cooperative Education Program at UMES, the 1974 Feasibility Study, the UMAB/UMES Professional School Task 
Force Study Committee. 

In 1975, the UMES student body chose Mr. Hull for "The Most Helpful Teacher Award". In 1976, the Phi Beta Sigma 
Fraternity selected him as the "Sigma Man of The Year". 

Over the years, Mr. Hull has assisted on committees and projects with dignity and loyalty and has been responsible for much of 
the progress and growth of the University, especially in the Department of Natural Sciences. 

In spite of his numerous achievements and his busy lifestyle, Mr. Hull is modest and always willing to help. In closing, he com- 
ments: "I have participated in the turbulent 60's and have seen new goals, new directions and new concepts emerge during the 70's. 
It remains for the 80's to bring the plans and commitments of the 70's into full realization. It is for our best interest that we start to 
improve conditions as soon as possible." 

We, the staff of the YEARBOOK, thank Mr. William O. Hull, ]r. for his many years of dedication to the progress of Educatio n 
here at UMES. 



Honored Upon Retirement 



Mr. 

William 
O. Hull 

20 years 
of service 
to 

UMES 
in Dept. 

of 
Sciences 



Dr. 

Casey 

Jones 

8 years 
of service 
in Dept. 

of 
Education 




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The 1981-82 YEARBOOK pays tribute to Rev. Kenneth Martin of the Music Department, a 
man who is truly dedicated to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. As Director of four 
different bands (marching, concert, stage, and jazz), he has put our bands in competition with 
the best of musical aggregations. 

Rev. Martin is a native of North Carolina. During the '50's and '60s he was Band Director as 
well as Director of Music in Greensboro and Jackson, Tennessee. He later moved to Cheyney, Pa. 
where he was Assistant Professor and Director of Bands. Just before he came to UMES, in 1976, 
he was Band Director in Oxford, Massachusetts. While at Cheyney, he was given the Collegiate 
Football Centennial Band Award and in 1970 a documentary film was made in his honor, "K.A. 
Martin and His Music". In Oxford, Mass. he received numerous plaques, trophies, and certifi- 
cates of appreciation. Here at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, he has received 
trophies and plaques for outstanding services and performances of the "Soul Explosion March- 
ing Band". 

Rev. Martin presently resides in Princess Anne, Maryland with his beautiful wife, three sons 
and a daughter. He is a licensed and ordained minister and an Associate Professor. He is a 
member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 

Rev. Martin truly understands the word, "DEDICATION". 





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Euphimo Arnold 



Jerry Arrington 



Larry Barkley 




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Ronald Brown 



Jean E. Carter 




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Mark Davis 





Brian Cox 




Thomas Dickerson 




Stephen Dillard 



Robert Easterly 



Deborah Emely 7 






Gregg Mcintosh 



Harold McManus 



Ucheoma Okike 




Ronald Pollitt 





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Lisa Reese 




8 Theodoshia Roberts 



Dee Reynolds 



Kenneth Simmons 






Addie Smith 



Jeffrey Smith 



Gregory Stansbury 





John Thomas 





Bendaiqua Walls 




Cheryl A. Walley 



Diane Waters 



Barbara Washington 9 






Shirley Ennis 



Jeff Gaines 



Lillie Green 






Jeanette Harmon 



Linda Haas 



Wallace Hayden 






10 Darnise Henry 



Herman Henderson 



Emma Holmes 




Bernadette Jones 





Jerry Jones 





Hanna King 



Kim King 



Kevin Mansfield 






Janis Martin 



Alrethia M. Matthews 



John Mayes, HI n 






James Brown 



Terri Grantham 



Baisat King 






Tina McNeil 



Bert Nwosu 



Mae Winslow 




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CATHERINE CHRISTMAS 
MISS UMES 1980-81 



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SAGE 

Sage, wherever you are 

Do you see us growing 

And passing through stages of maturity? 

And some of us who have passed through some stages 

And are still passing through others 

Pause occasionally, at your side 

And observe, just observe. 

Not criticizing, not envying, just observing, 

Watching young men feel their manhood 

Flexing their legs, testing the firmness of their ground; 

Watching young women discover their beauty 

Watching people acquire knowledge, 

Acquire sophistication; and airs 

See people looking at people 

Comparing and competing, and glancing 

covertly at one another 
Trading in relaxed, beautiful countenances 
For strained, competuion-conscious ones. 
Sage, don't you wish you could take 

their hands and lead them past these 
Pitfalls of folly 

Where savage competition, useless display, and animosity 
Wait ready to grab the young and hold them 

till they are old? 
But each must choose his path 
And few reach where you are. 




Dr. William P. Hytche 
Chancellor 



Brunch Honors Alethia Elps 

33 Years of Service 
Home Economics Department 




Scholarship fund 
established in her 
name for students 
in the Human 
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Andrea Harris 
Miss March 



Melaine Clark 
Miss April 






Lisa Barry 
Miss May 




Michelle Dew 
Miss June 




Yvonne Outing 
Miss July 



Brenda Webb 
Miss August 






Phyllis White 
Miss November 



Lashell James 
Miss December 





dinette Bruise 
Miss Spring 




Barbara Hawkins 
Miss Summer 





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Miss Fall 







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M7SS MELAN1E CLARK 

Melanie Suzanne Clark is in her junior year at the University ofMd., Eastern Shore. 
She is majoring in Business Education. She was born under the sign of Capricorn. 

Melanie became a participant in the pageant because she enjoys working with people. 
Also, she hopes the Calendar Girl Pageant will continue its success because it gives the 
contestants an opportunity to express their individual talents. She wishes every oncom- 
ing contestant much luck. 



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Arthur Ashe, world renown tennis star spent a day on the campus of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. He was 
sponsored by Aetna Life & Casualty Co. of Hartford, Connecticut as a part of several projects to assist minority colleges. 

Upon his arrival, Arthur spent time prior to an invitational luncheon, interacting informally with students in the Student 
Development Center. As guest speaker at the luncheon which included the SGA president, club, sorority, fraternity, newspaper, 
yearbook, and other leaders, Arthur Ashe's major thrust was to college leaders to use their positions as tools of inspiration helping 
felloiv students to strive for excellence in their academic pursuits. 

An assembly was held during the afternoon for the general public and the community. He also held a conference for the benefit 
of the press and television. 

The Career Planning and Placement Office coordinated his visit to UMES. 



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1982 

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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

MEN 




WOMEN 




HAWK BASKETBALL TEAMS 




Glenn Winbus 



Allen Davenport 




John Davenport 



Larry Farrah 




Allen Faulks 



Michael Ward 




Robert Boney 



Darryl Dennis 







UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

EASTERN SHORE 

1981-1982 

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 




OPPONENT 

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5 Towson State I 
8 Morgan Stale I 

10 Howard U. 

12 Jersey City College 

17 Univ. of DC. 

19 SSC 

20 Glassboro St. Col. 
22 Howard U. 

2J St. Marys Col Md. 
25 U. of Md/Balt. Cl>. 
2b Bowie Stale College 
29 Rutgers-Caniden 
SO Spring Garden Col. 

2 SSC 

4 Stockton State Col. 

b S. Mar. Col. of Md. 

8 Norfolk State U 

10 Bowie State College 

11 Delaware State Col. 

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Ches. Hill. Pa. 
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Head Coach: Germainc MacAuley 
Asst. Coach: Greg Sutton 
Manager: Barbara Pumphery 






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Sandra Coston 



Elsie Davis 






Brian Duffy 



Brewer DuVall 



Tanya Evans 




Tom Fritz 






Edward Gosa 




Charles Hayes 



Keebler Holley 



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Ike Jacobson 



Robert jester 




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Tanya Massey 



Beverly Milbourne 






William Milbourne 



Alan Minter 



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VICKIE HAIRSTON 
1981-1982 

AND ROYAL COURT . 




Miss Freshman 
Caprice Thomas 





Miss Sophomore 
Tanya Scott 




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Miss Junior 
Teresa Creecy 



Miss Senior 
Brenda Webb 




Donna Hytche 
Miss Agriculture 






Toni Evans 
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 




Melanie Bates 
Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 



Melanie Clark 
Miss Calendar Girl 





Sharon Johnson 
Miss Cheerleader 



Stephanie Hunter 
Miss Campus Pal 





Dawn Bivens 
Miss Delta Sigma Theta 



Beretha Gould 
Miss Drama 





Camille King 
Miss Pre-Med 



Sherrol James 
Miss Wesley Foundation 





Sabrina Hall 
Miss Zeta Phi Beta 



Patricia Gould 





Patrice Rich 
Miss Hotel-Restaurant Management 



Dr. Hytche and Dr. Franklin 
Guests 





Ms. Birckhead 
Mistress of Ceremonies 





Angela Hendricks 
Miss Groove Phi Groove 



Angela Preston 
Miss Hawk 





Theresa Harmon 
Miss Home Economics 



Rosanne Stewart 
Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 





Darcel White 
Miss Martinsville 



Deborah Wilkerson 
Miss Omega Psi Phi 





Greta Elliott 
Miss Phi Beta Lambda 



Cassandra Jackson 
Miss Physical Education 



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Sharon Chatmon 




Melanie Clark 







Kathy Cornish 






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Phyllis Graves 




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Karen Chase 






Brian Curtis 






Gregory Coleman 






Paula Collins 




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Terri Crawford 






Darryle Dennis 






Donna Dixon 







Lolita Edwards 




Jasper Fisher 







Levonne Garvin 






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Anreis Prumnieks 






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Do - re - me! 




A friendly wave! 




Throwing a serious rap 



It's definitely Staphy Locus Aureas! 




Registration is a b . 




Today's lesson is on etiquette!! 




No! what happen is this . . . !! 




Double Dutch!! 





It won't be long before I have it down packed!! 




I must find out how many credits I need! 



Say cheese!! 




Let's take a moment to be serious! 





Kay! Serious business! 



1 pray this comes out right! 




Can you pick out the real Knots Landing! 




It's only a cigarette. 





Now let me see you do it! 



It feels good when you know what you're doing! 





Que-ee! 



Blow that trombone! 




When's the application due? 





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Please don't Utter! 




I missed the punch line! 




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Mr. Harold Holloman 
hid. Ed. Technology 




Dr. Bonita Ewers 
Director — Cooperative Education 





Mr. Ervin Engram 
Basic Skills Counselor 




Ms. Elizabeth Lewis 
Study Skills Specialist 





Ms. Claudette Lake 
Writing Specialist 




Mr. William Buchanan 
Business Office 




Mr. Allen Hauck 
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Dr. Leon Copeland 
Industrial Education 



Mr. Robert Dowery 
Director Student Activities 



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Chairman — Mathematics Dept. 




Ms. Joyce Myster 
Mathematics 



Miss Louise Harmon 
Mathematics 



Mr. David Alls 
Mathematics 






Dr. Mira Bhargana 
Mathematics 



Ms. Lois Jones 
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Biology 



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Chemistry 



Dr. Ben Taylor 
Chemistry 



Dr. Jack Pinion 
Biology 




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Mr. R. Ferrante 
English 





Ms. Delia Dameron-Johnson 
English, Drama 




Dr. Mary Fair Burks 
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Dr. Richard Keenan 
English 




Mr. Clarence Lecky 
English 




Dr. Erica Leh 
Eanguages/English 



Ms. Eois Smith 
Phy. Education 



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Library Services 




Dr. Geoffrey Guest 
Chairman, Sociology 




Dr. Howard Rebach 
Sociology 




Mr. John Donlan 
Industrial Arts 




Dr. Charles Smith 
Social Science 




Mr. Gil Gardener 
Sociology 




Dr. Gerald Johnson 
Chairman, Music Dept. 



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Dr. Ghislain Kabwitt 
Social Science 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Fred Sowerby 
Track Coach 





Gertrude Barwick 
Reading Specialist 





Dr. John Groutt 
Upward Board Director 




Ms. Patricia Tilghman 
Academic Counselor 



Ms. Alma Gregg 
Music 



Ms. Carol Coley 
Recruiter 




Dr. George Ossman 
Institutional Research 




Ms. Alice Knight 
Project TATAS Director 




Dr. C. Ignasius 
Research & Grants Director 



AND STAFF 




Dr. Jodellano Statom 
Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs 




Mr. Joel Mack 
V ice-Chancellor Administrative Affairs 




Mr. James Guydon 
Head-Physical Education 

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Dr. William Pender, Assistant 
V ice-Chancellor Academic Affairs 




Dr. James Ragin 
Continuing Education 




Dr. Leon Coursey 
Physical Education 




Dr. Brenda Anderson 
Coordinator, Honors Program 




Dr. Milton Curry 
Director of Development 




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Mr. Michael Loftus 
Research & Grants 





Mr. Kirkland Hall 
Head Coach, Basketball 











Mr. Brady Shafer 
Basic Skills 




Ms. Ruth Polk 
Associate Librarian 




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Mr. John Tilghman 
Residence Life 




Ms. Catherine Bratten 
Library Services 




Ms. Vivian Royster 
Associate Librarian 




Ms. Elsa Satchell 
Library Services 




Ms. Maxine Johnson 
Library Services 




Miss Charletta House 
Associate Librarian 
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Dr. Frank Smith 
Head, Agriculture Dept. 




Dr. Miller 
Agriculture 





Dr. Ivar Holmburg 
Agriculture 




Mr. James Jardine 
Agriculture 





Dr. Jagmohan Joshi 
Agriculture 




Dr. Dadson 
Agriculture 




Mr. Charles Davis 
Extension Service 



Ms. Gail Jenkins 
Cooperative Extension 



Dr. Louis Thaxton 
Cooperative Extension 




Dr. Raymond Blakley 
Physical Therapy 




Ms. Lauren Taylor 
Hotel/Restaurant Management 





Ms. Janice Warren 
Physical Therapy 




Dr. Hong Kim 
Education 





Ms. Marianne Taylor 
Physical Plant 




Dr. Sally Bing 
Education 




Mr. Jack Perrine 
Education 



Dr. Helen Gleason 



Dr. Robert Thatcher 




Ms. Elva Burns 
Business Dept. 




Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad 
Business Dept. 




Ms. Debra Redden 
Business Dept. 

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Mr. David Pines 
Business Dept. 




Dr. Nazem Abdella 
Business Dept. 




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Mr. Ernest Satchell 
Chairman, Art Dept. 




Dr. John Stith 
Business Dept. 




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Dr. Shekher Kaup 
Business Dept. 





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Mr. Kenneth Rogers 
Art Dept. 




Dr. A. Debella 
Art Dept. 




Mr. Otis Conway 
Univ. Police 





Mr. James Hershey 
Natural Sciences 




Ms. M. Kumehchew 
Human Ecology 





Ms. Erethia Evans 
Home Ec. Dept. 




Mr. L. M. Custis 
Univ. Police 




Ms. Gloria Bland 
Secretary, Education Dept. 



Mr. Elisha Jones 
Electrician 



Dr. Lehman Tomlin 
Industrial Technology 

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Ms. Robin Simmons 
Library Services 



Miss Sharon Brooks 
Media Services 



Mr. Raymond Prescido 






Ms. Marvella Round 
Library Services 



Miss Charlotte Hotton 
Library Services 



Ms. Pauline Hayward 
Library Services 




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Mr. Odell Tate 
Physical Education 



Miss Broncher Lyles 
Residence Life 



Mr. Gregory Sutton 
Hotel/Restaurant Management 




Ms. Ruth Creighton 
Director-Nursing Services 




Mr. Robert Hodge 
Supervisor, Maintenance 





Ms. Betty Guidice 
Nursing Services 




Mr. James Lunnerman 
Supervisor, Maintenance 





Ms. Honiss Cane 
Student Services 




Mr. Arnold Ballard 
Maintenance Chief 




Mr. James Hull 
Storekeeper 



Mr. Robert Estes 
Engineer 



Mr. Oswald Martin 
Engineer 

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Yvonne White 
Anne Howard 
Martha Smith 



Evelyn Kelley 
Mary Holmburg 
Doris Chase 



Judith Abbott 
Beverly Cockey 
Carol Spencer 



Harriett Epps 
Daisy Johnson 
Bernadette Jones 



T. A. Lucas 
Data Processing 
Staff 







■* * i I Diane Johnson 



Mrs. Walbank 

& Mrs. Lankford 
Shirley Corbin 
Leroy Sommers 




Jeanne Abbott 
Post Office 
Staff 



E. Alverta Jones 
Juanesta Corbin 
Debra Figgs 



Susan Wheeler 
Ronald Holden 
Donald Boivden 






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Josephine Holden 
Susan Tull 
Catherine Bishop 



Betty Cordery 
Barbara Jackson 
Chris Widdowson 



Juanita Powell 
Allena Bagwell 
Gail Briddell 





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Robert Tull 

Agnes Waters 
Elizabeth Webster 





Anna Barnes 
Alrethm Mathews 
\ . Theresa Parkinson 



Jeffrey Webster 
Florence Jones 
John Golaner 




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Roslyn Webster 
Louise Gale 
Lynette Messick 




Priscilla Handy 
Peggy Wilson 
Judith McDaniel 



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