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Hawk Yearbook 1988-89
Princess Anne, Maryland 21853
President Of UMES
Faculty And Staff 7
The University Of Maryland Eastern Shore . . .
A Little Slice Of The World
The diverse climate, the colorful,
landscape, the classic & modern archi-
tecture, the cultural variety. UMES is a
microcosm of the "real" world, an inter-
twining of different people, ideas, goals,
and lifestyles as there are anywhere in
Our little world exists to help us excel
academically, socially, and spiritually.
As we mature we are better able to serve
humanity and make a positive impact
But before we embark on to our pro-
fessional lives of toil, fame, and glory
lets take time out to reflect on the colle-
giate year 1988-89, "UMES" syle.
Between the raindrops and the Ella Fitzgerald Center for the Performing Arts.
Hey! UMES People . . .
. . . Let's Get
President Of The University Of
Maryland Eastern Shore
As UMES moves a step closer to the
'90"s Dr. Hytche continues to lead his
colleagxies and students towards effi-
ciency and success.
His personable personality is a trade-
mark of his humanity and genuine con-
cern for others. His knowledge and ex-
perience are trademarks of his
intelligence. Dr. Hytche is a great inspi-
ration to all that have passed through
the ranks of UMES and all that have
come to know him.
FACULTY & STAFF
Mr. Ron Holden
Vice President Administrative Affairs
Dr. Herman Franklin
Vice President Student Affairs
Dr. Edward Ellis
Vice Preaidenl Academic Affairs
Mr. Joel Mack
Special Assistant to the President
Mr. John Williams
Development Office, Alumni Affairs
Dr. Chester Hedgepeth Jr.
Dean School of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Director of Admissions
Director Hotel and Restaurant Mgt.
Dr. Richard Keenan
English & Languages
Cpl. Diane Johnson
Ms. Dorothy Waters
Director Placement Office
Dr. Allen Cassell
Mr. James Hayes
Mr. Jim Eckhardt
Dr. Diane Showell
Director Study Skills
Dr. Adele Newson
English & Languages
Mr. Jake DeBose
Department of Music
Dr. .James Adams
Chairperson Natural Sciences
Dr. Patricia O'Grady
Dr. .James Gray
Chairperson Department of Kducation
Dr. William Decoligny
English & Languages
Mr. Robert Dovvery
Director Student Activities
Ms. Veronica Miles
Program Implementation Devel-
Dr. Leon Copeland
Dept. Head Construction Mgt. Tech.
Lt. L,M. Custis
Director Public Safety
Mr. Kenneth Rogers
Arts & Sciences
Dr. Sally Bing
Department of Education
Ms. Judith McDaniels
Ms. Lennette Messick
Receptionist Student Development Ctr.
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Sports Information Director
Dr. Rohert Yearhy
Math & Computer Science
Cwjrdinator .Student iJcvelopment Ctr., Intramural .Spurts
' Dr. Janet Adeyaga
Chairperson Business Dept.
Dr. Imtiaz Ahmad
Ms. Delores Jones
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Ms. Lois Smith
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SENiO^'^ - ON THE WAY UP AND OUT
For the seniors, this is where it all started.
Veronica R. Benigno
Titus C. Better
Kristina T. Blakey
Derrick L. Davis
William D. Deas
Craig, KT, and Michele work hard on a student banner
Eric T. Goslee
Anthony L. Henley
Rockfeler P. Herisse
Rhonda D. Jackson
Carlos P. Johnson
Young Ho Kong
Construction Mtg. Tech.
Bryan D. Miller
James L. Mullen
Isaiah E. Oakley Jr.
James E. Patrick Jr.
Gregory S. Pearce
Seniors, Tammy and Gioia look down over "Knot's Landing", Apt. complexes.
Darek L. Robinson
Bernabe A. Rodriquez Jr.
Towanda M. Searls
Michele R.S. Sample
Michael D. Simmons
Students enjoying the warm weather between classes
Ronnie Lee Swift
Linda M. Tankerson
Everton A. Thomas
Valerie C. Tilghman
Rodney W. Tull
Kevin A. Turner
Karen A. Wilborne
Enor R. Williams
UMES: Indeed A People Place
Brotherly, Sisterly love
"Boogie" down productions
Blood, Sweat, and Tears
Rah, Rah, Rah, darlin'!
Future VIP's chillin'
Smile for the camera
Hrnrn, a taste test
. . . Can We Get A Witness?!
UNDERCLASSMEN ON THE RISE
Miss Junior Jacque Woodard, presents the Ju-
Bernard Cheezum Jr.
Juniors, On The Way To Glory!
Who 9 that way over there?
"Are we having fun yet?"
Melissa D. Davis
Elgerthia M. Dodds
Lawrence Scott Early
Lindsey X. Green Jr.
Junior Class, The Ones To Watch.
"I'm what's happening baby."
"We juniors and sophomores gel along just fine."
Love, peace and happiness
Daniel L. Merrifield Jr.
Juniors Make The World Go Round,
"Hello operator, I'd like to make a collect
call . . . "
Everybody has classes at Wilson Hall, everybody.
C'mon, donate a little blood for the nupes.
"Hey Al, what's with all the picture takin'
Christopher J. Swann
That's All The Juniors, Who's Next?
Cat rice Vandross
Earl trys his best to con
Teresa out of her hot dog,
but she's having no part of
that scheme. Oh well, bet-
ter luck next time Earl.
Sophomore Class President, Keith Sewell, in-
troduces the Sophomore Class.
"Well personally sorors, I think we should
have our meeting right here "
Harrv Ellerby Jr.
The Sophomore Class Is Doin' Things!
Good 'ol Ella Fitz
"We're all just waiting here until it's time to go
to our next class . . . honesti'
"Hey Hillary, did you see the body on that
Natalie R. Hull
Sophomores Have Class And Finese . . .
"C'mon LA, why don't you share one of those pretty ladies with me?"
"Beautiful weather we're having, isn't it?"
Aaron P. Johnson
Nicole M. Johnson
Melanie J. Miller
Young minds hard at work.
"Just minding my business.'
Namon Reid III
Darrin P. Smith
Sophomores Ari^ Better Lovers.
"It's right on the tip of my tongue
'Hey pal, can't a man eat his ribs in peace?"
Kerri L. Steward
Hard at work
Stacev K. Watson
Frank J. Ward III
Sophomores Rule The World!
"I just woke up, and I don't think
Beautiful day for a stroll on the
No More Super Sophs
Howard L. Wilkerson
Audrey R. Boddie
Hillary Lucas Presents, The Freshman Class.
Hey! why are all of these freshmen
celebrating? See pg. 141 for details.
The steps of Murphy Hall, the place to sit and
Freshmen girls . . . the best in the world.
We're Going To Make It One Day.
It sure is quiet around here today
Games people play.
On the way to the caC.
"Okay everybody, let's put our hands together
c'mon. let's get psyched, heyl let's make some
"Happy birthday to you. happy birthday to
you. happy birthday dear Tammy ..."
Kelly M. Davis
Brian K. Dowtin
A more subdued unity during Homecoming week.
A little Atari to pass the time.
'No, you can't wear my coat."
Mia D. Harloy
Freshmen Are Serious Students.
The oval, as seen from Somerset
Felicia Lanette James
Marvin L. Jones
Can't you tell I just want to be left alone.'
Darwin K. Kennedy
Freshman Do It In The Library!
"Quarters" steals a moment alone
"Let's get down to serious business.'
Group study session
'I'm just studying the ocean.'
Tori P. Lyles
Sharisse M. May
Carmellio L. McCullough
Gail S. Miles
All Freshmen Are Fast Learners.
Fun anrj games in the SDC
Monique R. Pinkney
Sonva L. Powell
Freshmen Have The Most Fun!
"Hey no fair, I wasn't ready.'
Science and Smiles
This UMES posse racked up at Kings Domin-
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Zina M. Roundtree
Freshman Know How To Have Fun!
Lfrttin' it all hang out!
Fredrick Douglass, the place to ex-
pand your mind.
Marshall A. Toney
Freshmen "We Are Tomorrow's Leaders
Excerpt from "Zooman and the sign"
"Freshman guys are number one — peace
Freshmen Have Youthful Exuberance . . .
Adrian B. Waddell
Anna M. Walker
Lisa V. Waters
La 'Tonya P. Wheat
John J. White
Michael D. Williams
Time to get down to some serious Hey! I'm suppose to do the picture tak-
This play is not on Broadway, but it is
just as good.
Freshmen Are Inquisitive
Diedre L. Wilson
Jessica E. Wyant
Tonya A. Wyche
Kevin A. Turner
President, Student Government Assn.
Basileus, Omega Psi Phi
Editor, XewspaperA'earbook Staff
President, Senior Class,
Pre-iident, Junior Class
President, Student Activity Board
resident, National Student Business League
President, Eta Rho Mu
President, Accounting Club
President, Campus Pals
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President, Gospel Choir
President, Pom Pom Squad
Student Leaders '88-89
Basileus, Alpha Kappa Alpha
President, Delta Sigma Theta
Polemarch, Kappa Alpha Psi
iVho's Who Among Students
In American Universities & Colleges
Who's Who Among Students
Kevin A. Turner
In American Universities & Colleges
We Love UMES . . . Spirit!
coolin' on the yard, the UMES posse
Whether at a basketball game, the is always unified, friendly, fun and
PAC, on a student body trip or just full of spirit!
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In all her regal splendor, Colette Ma-
ria Johnson is the younger of two chil-
dren born to Eva and Robert Johnson.
Johnson, a business administration
major, plans on working for the federal
government upon graduation. A new
initiate of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Inc., Johnson exhibits grace and style
with modesty. She definitely promotes
herself as a positive, intelligent young
Her motto is, "Have respect for your-
self and always strive for success." Co-
lette certainly is a grand choice worthy
of a celebration fit for a queen!
Aiss Senior, Tammy Blakey and Miss Junior, Jacque Woodard escorted by Miss UMES '87-88, Monica Thomas poses with Colette and Angela Grundy
Colette and escort Chris Jordan
Miss Freshman, Hillary Lucas and Miss Sophomore, Tonya Jones escorted by Al Taylor
Miss UMES '88-89
And A Queen
And Her Royal Court
Michele Sewell, Kevin Turner, Der-
Tawanda Swann, Lisa Gray, Lisa
James, Steve Walls, Lisa Wallace,
Leslie Thompson, Felicia Alexander,
Germaine Edwards, Keith Gardner,
Math & Computer
R. Ellis-Sampson, A. Barrow, K.
Wilborne, S. Loving, R. Jones, J. Van
Heyningen, M. Bates.
E. Jones, T. Woods, A. Wallace, L.
Washington, K. Sewell, L. Gray, T.
Britt, C. Vandross, L. Mason, T.
Swann, G. Edwards, R. Cardwell, S.
Walls, T. Audrey, T. Holt
Student Activity Board
A. Barrow, A. Taylor, R. Spry, A.
Lancaster, A. Walker, K. Richburg,
C. Swann, L. Gray, N. Minor, S. Gar-
Kenya Stewart, Chanell Ragland,
Darlene Robinson, Lorna Malone,
Jessica Wyant, Renee Goodison,
Donna Davidson, Kandace Farmer,
Quonda Jackson, La Verne Williams,
Michael Williams, Shaun Ross, Neal
Fisher, Melissa Edwards, Gary Hur-
lock, Mikko Carelock
Brothers . . .
Alpha Phi Alpha
Reginald Riley, David Dixon, Mau-
rice Carpenter, Lalo Griffiths, Pablo
Griffiths, Walter Woods, Arven
Autry, Melvin Lovely, Thomas Holt
Omega Psi Phi
Quenton Joesy, William Thompson,
Keith Sewell, Earl Tyson, Enor Wil-
liams, Kevin Turner, Daniel Merri-
field, Stephen Payne, Derrick Davis,
Ron Allen, Julian Roary, Kevin
Phi Beta Sigma
William Deas, Terry Smith, Shaolin
Crawford, Ernest White, Darryl
Askew, Eric Brown, Anthony Au-
drey, James Patrick, Alfred Love,
. . . Sisters
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Standing: Nicole Williamson, Renee
Goodison, Stephanie Faison, Patricia
Salley, Angela Lancaster, Pamela
Nutter, Sitting: Samela Garrett, Lisa
Garry, Rhonda Ellis-Sampson, Lisha
Terry. IVY LEAF PLEDGE CLUB,
Tonya Jones, Marcia Burnette, -My-
Delta Sigma Theta
Sitting: LaRonce Marshall, Lynnette
DeVance, Sanora Clark, Athena
Ware, Standing 1st Row: Teresa
Jones, Denise Simpson, Adrian
Wright, Tawana Robinson, La Verne
Sylvester, Kelly Wiltz, Linda Tan-
kerson, Karen Wilborne, Standing
2nd Row: Deitra Phillips, Angela Sy-
monette, Kimolin Allen
Zeta Phi Beta
Sylvia Kilby, Christina Moody, Tra-
Kappa Alpha Psi
Robert Bell, Wanye Lassiter, Marvin
Blve, Brien Boone.
A. Williams, M. Potter, C. Smith, N.
Lettsome, D. Connor, N. Brin.
M. Wright, V. Matthews, C. Parsons,
L. Jones, K. Woodall, L. Carter, J.
Syndor, B. Bryant, D. Arnold, A.
Lockman, S. Agyei-Mensah, K.
Gardner, M. Postell, V. Knight, T.
Barnes, R. White.
Groove Phi Groove
Deidre DeShields, Sam Douglas, Au-
Teresa Jones, Tawana Robinson,
Sharon Armstrong, Aaron Johnson,
Karol Hall, Mona Lewis, Christy
White, Tracey Britt, Alicia Irby
Phi Beta Lambda
Hope Parker, Marcella Barnes, Me-
lissa Davis, Leah Carter, Lisa Allen,
Life's A Parade
Freshman Clais pre:->ident Spudnik Teal and Miss Freshman Hillary Lucas,
enjoy the ride.
Miss Junior Jaquelyn Woodard aboard the Monte Carlo SS.
. . . About Homecoming
Dr. Hytche and the royal court.
Former Lady Hawk Monica Felder has her jersey retired
Cheerleaders perform trapeze act.
Watch this fingeroll!
Thanks for the open shot.
Outta my way!
Despite efforts like this by IVIil<e
Kirkland, the Hawks fell to Del.
State this Homecoming
Bottom, Lisa Harrison, Karen Jones, Karla Jones, Wendy Wheeler, 2nd row, Teresa Hicks, Jessica Henderson, Tammy Vincent, Dioni
Smith, Taleria Fuller. 3rd row. Head Coach Neville Hodge, Carnie Murell, Edward Sapp, David Hurlock, Kevin Jackson, Leroy Lloy
Charles Mays, Asst. Coach Robert Bell. Top row, Torrence Zellner, Carl Hicks, Lawrence Givence, Wayne Dovet, Eric Brown.
bottom row, Lauretta Scott, Kim Rogers, Edith Callaghn, 2nd row, Sabbathry Persad, Sonya Scott, Judith Garriques. 3rd row,
Daniel Keaton, Benjamin Robinette, David Kennedy, Michael Holder, Gregory Pearce, Walter Wood, John Johnson III.
Kneeling: Ellen Gilyard, Teresa Hicks. Jacque-
line Mims, Mara Tolliver. Standing: Sabrina
Smith. Susan Buckson. Stephanie Dawkins.
Coach Germaine McCauley. Jennifer Mims. Me-
lissa Bates. Janice Smith. Tracy Ford.
Melissa Bates returns this serve with ease
Theresa Hicks shows great form during
Lady Hawk Volleyball
Bottom, co-captain Steve Underwood, Tony Au-
drey, co-captain Mike Green, co-captain Ira
Smith. 2nd row. Keith Johnson. Corey Williams.
Shannon Washington. Kevin Slade. Chris Pagan.
3rd row. Harry Wilkerson. Darrin Nutter. Chris
Riddleburger. -John Futrell. John Fritts. Lester
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The team's leading hitter, Ira "dude" .Smith, pulls
up to third with an easy stand up triple.
At the beginning of the season, the
UMES baseball team was picked by
many to win the conference title. How-
ever, the team finished fourth in the
MEAC championships. Despite the
showing in the championship, it was an
improvement over the last four years.
The '89 team ended up 7-5 in the con-
ference and 12-17 overal
Sandoval reaches for an easy two.
Bottom, Terry Barge, Demitrius Jones,
Sean Salisbury, Antoine Powell, Victor
Ford, Keith Williams, Michael Dobbs.
2nd row, Harold Lane, Sherwin Turner,
Michael Kirkland, Jose Sandoval, Le-
roy Crippin, Larry Stokes.
Keith takes it to the hoop.
It's like playin' horse.
Which way is up?!
Where did all these guys come from?
Eat your heart out buddy.
Watch me draw the foul.
Lady Hawk Basketball
Bottom, Virginia Villifane, Arlene
Duckett, Emmy Watson, Rhonda
Echols. Top, Deayna Ewell, Susan
Buckson, Tracey VVyche, Shelby Pres-
ton, Ellen Gilyard.
Tracey shoots the J
Coach McCauley rallies her troops.
Shelby uses the glass.
'Look out shorty"
"I'm open, I'm open!"
Hmm, this is going to be difficult.
It's mine. It's mine!
Two points, thank you.
Watch me fly y'all!
Help! I'm heing mugged!
Easy hoop for me.
ENTERTAINMENT AND EVENTS
The saxophone section takes a break while the trumpet players take the lead. Band leader
Jake DeBose directs the tunes, while Jackie Collins concentrates.
. . . The beat goes on. Sweet music to the ears. At left Mr. Lamkin attempts to change the
. . . In Tune!
The jazz band is called upon to play at many campus events, which include coronation,
basketball games, graduation, dinner theater, etc. That, along with off-campus concerts,
keeps these young men and women very busy, but they never miss a note!
Above, high drama is in action as characters from the fall play, Zooman and Sign discuss
the sorrow of a murder in the family, a young girl slain by Zooman.
Present . . .
The grieving parents, played by Veronica Palmer and Steve Walls, comfort each other
over the loss of their daughter. Left, cast characters acknowledge the audience during the
Trying to catch Zooman, above right, becomes the chief topic of the neighborhood. Tony
"Zooman" Audrey, finds time to glance over the script in the dressing room.
Zooman And The Sign
At the climax, Zooman is shot while trying to break in the home of the parents of the slain
girl. Left, make-up artists do their thing.
Smart swimwear leaves just enough to the imagination: i'm sure the admiring follower of
this trio will agree.
This group is simply silky smooth during this hollywood pose. Over all it was a fashion
fair with flair and verv well done.
Calender Girl Pageant '89
Lisa Gravely twirls her two-piece bathing suit complete with cape. At left, Heather Nixon
struts her stuff with confidence, and Kim Watson articulates why she is Ms. December.
Brains And Beauty
Michele Semple definately is alluring in a sexy swimsuit that earned her high marks in
the competition. At left Theresa Hicks strolls up the runway in style.
Swimwear And Fashion . .
Rhonda Cardwell, above shows off a hot swimsuit that is bound to attract much attention
on the beach, while Michele Semple and Lisa Gravely sport less revealing, but equally
Sophisticated And Sassy!
Hillary Barksdale uses her smile and stunning paisley pants to the delight of the audi-
ence, as Anita Hazzard and Tamiko Thompson do much of the same.
This Year's Calender
With Grace And Style
Despite The Lofty
Eyed Veda Teagle Is
Calender Girl '89.
Star Search '89
Roger Davis, the master of ceremonies and the primary mind behind the UMES rendition
of the popular TV variety show, addresses the Hawk faithful. Above left, Dee Dee makes
her point during a tune and Keith hams it up a little.
Tink and the boys grind out one of their familiar and funky go-go tunes. The group got
the (JMES posse up on their feet and rockin' to the call and answer rap style of Kevin
.Sims. Star Search featured singers, spokesmodels, comedian^, and more!
Dinner Theater '89
The jovial atmosphere surrounding Dinner Theater allows these two performers to take a
breather between acts. Flashing a winning smile and performing just as well is a student
worker of the Hotel and Restaurant Management program.
A Journey To New Orleans.
Above Carol Spencer entertains during the risque' "Big Spender" scene, while HRM
students are content to remain behind the scene before they are called into action.
The occasion honors those students who have attained a grade point average of 3.5 or
greater. Above Catrice Vandross receives her citation for scholastic excellence.
Award winning photographer Moneta Sleet Jr. shares his prowess in the Arts & Tech
Building. Mr. Kenneth Rogers exposes his views of the works, for the rest it's wine and
Visits To Our Campus . . •
Above Congressman Roy Dyson D-Maryland, discusses politics with two very attentive
co-eds. Also speaking on the political mode is Gov. William Schaefer who addresses the
campus outside of Harford Hall. President Hytche meets with former Baltimore Colt,
. . Broaden Our Horizons.
President Hytche meets with several Asian diplomats to discuss educational objectives.
Educational provisions are always of primary interest to Hytche and our many visitors.
Does The Thought Of A Boat
Ride Make You Sick? Don't
Fret Over It, These Guys
Look Like Fun.
No Signs Of
Seasickness Here, We
All Just Wanna Rock
Smiles Are The Order Of The
Day During The 1st Annual
Unity Day At Kings
Definately A Day To
Enjoy Friends, Fun
Every Year The
Spring Festival Is
Full Of Crazy Games
This Year's "Fest^'
Winners Were The
Royal Blue Express,'
They Show You
Who's Number One
Hey, That Looks Like
The 1988-89 edition of the "Hawk Yearbook" is dedicated to the brillant ladies of
the freshman class. This energetic group of young ladies showed iniative and concern
to an inexperienced and "undermanned" staff that included only two males other
than myself. All of these ladies are leaders of tommorrow and without them this
yearbook would have been mission impossible.
To the ladies of the class of '92 I appreciate your time and effort on this project. I
like many of you were inexperienced, but we overcame our adversity and did it in half
a semester — your efforts are to be commended.
I would also like to acknowledge the "veteran" Mikki Semple. I couldn't have done
it with out ya kid! Thank you Melanie, Valerie, Nicole, Kevin, Jewel, Craig, Mr.
White, and everyone else who helped. Keep up the good work! Peace.
— Kevin A. Turner
Hawk Faces, Places
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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
April 18, 1989
Dr. William P. Hytche
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Princess Anne, Maryland 21853
Dear Dr. Hytche:
Thanks so very much for sharing with me Information relative
to Chancellor Toll's memorsmdum concerning the Thursday, May 4,
1989, meeting of the Committee on Finance of the Board of
As President of the Student Government Association, I wish
the Board of Regents to know that students on our campus feel
strongly about the Issue of divestment of funds from the Common
Trust Fund of the Onlverslty of Maryland System In equities of
firms doing business In South Africa.
I am forwarding a petition which was circulated on our
campus and has been signed by over 500 students who are currently
enrolled. These signatures were secured rather hurriedly, and I
am convinced that many more could have been collected had there
been more time. I believe there are enough signatures to
register the outrage we feel as a result of our Dnlverslty's
failure to completely divest Its funds In equities of firms doing
business In South Africa.
Please forward this to Chancellor Toll and express thanks to
him and the Board of Regents for affording us the opportunity to
address the Board of Regents In this fashion. We only hope that
our voices are heard and that the Board will see fit to take
Student Government Association
P.S. The Board of Regents did see fit to take appropriate action. On May 4th,
1989 the committee on finance of the Board of Regents voted unanimously to
divest funds from South Africa. And on July 7th, 1989, the entire Board of
Regents voted to completely divest its funds from the racist aparthied govern-
ment. A very important day in our university's history.
New SGA Officers '89-90
President Hytche inducts Keith Sewell SGA President
Executive officers Keith and VP Michelle Sewell flanked by Dr. Franklin and
To Thee, Desir Alma Mater
We raise our grateful song,
For through thy noble teachings
Thou has made thy children strong;
And thousands still shall praise
thee. All earth shall hear their
swell, and bind our hearts yet
closer to thee we love well.
Maryland, Maryland, home of Maroon
Maryland, Maryland, thee we will love
All hail to thee fair Maryland,
All Glory be to thee!
Grow thou in strength and honor
Through all. eternity!
We love thy spacious campus
We love thy tow'ring halls,
and hallow'd are the lessons
we've learn'ed within thy
walls. Stand thou forever
glorious, full-rob'd in
living green; shine thou in
endless splendor beneath thy
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Dr, Henry Fonder
President Of Fish University
Dr, A, Paul Moss
Receives An Honorary
Doctorate Of Laws
Susan Boyden and Veronica Benigno share the Richard Bernstein
Award for Excellence— $5,000.00
Cheryl Thomas receives Daniel J. Pinkett Award
Kevin Turner receives Outstand-
ing Senior Award from Alumni
president Willie Baker
Now it's off into the real