THE SHAW BEAR
This year has come to a close for
the students of Shaw University. The
senior class of 1964 has worked very
hard in all of its endeavors to keep
the spirit and the traditions of Shaw
University alive. It is with this copy
of The Bear that we have tried to
capture a few of our most memorable
moments during our years at Shaw.
Our goal is to present to you readers
a true-to-life picture of those things
that we feel are truly representative
of our ninety-nine year old institution.
May you the readers, in years to
come, reminisce with a smile the joys,
pleasures, and thrills that your four
years of training have given to you.
If this is done, then the aim of The
Bear has served its purpose.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Dean of the College
Dedication to Parents
Faculty and Staff
School of Religion
Senior Class Officers
Roster of Organizations
The Bear staff at work on the 1964 school yearbook.
ASSISTANT EDITOR AND FOREWORD
". . . And departing leave behind us footprints on the sands of time."
This, the 1964 Shaw Bear is but an expansive recapitulation of the events,
personalities, and associations that we have encountered during the past four years
at Shaw University.
It is the earnest desire of each member of the senior class that we have en-
tombed within the folds of this annual, an apt portrayal of the inspiration, integrity,
and deteniiination that is so essentially a part of Shaw.
As the wings of time speed by and the inevitable happens, we wish that you, too,
will feel the spur of initiative and in departing leave behind a summation of ex-
periences and memories to be treasurer, reminisced, and imprisoned in the hearts
and minds of each of your fellow constituents.
In the unforeseen future we hope that this book can be relied upon to serve as
an incentive to urge our companions on to the realization of their goals and will
help to instill in them, a self that is loyal, determined, and intelligent in all of its
Clarence L. Muse
Dr. Nelson H. Harris
The Annual Staff of 1963-"64 most happily dedicates this year's
Bear to a beloved member of our facult)-, who has done \%ithout
ostentation "all he could"' for our Alma Mater, and for all who
have come this way.
To a person whom much credit is due for ha\-ing been such a
dynamic personality in all phases of our college commimitv: one
who has upheld his high scholastic standards in the classroom, and
in other areas of endeavor throughout the year; one who has a:iven
his selfish devotion to the well-being of e\er%- student %vithin his
sphere of influence; and whom we shall always respect. lo\e and
honor, and. above all, for whom we thank God. The 1964 Bear is
officiallv dedicated to Dr. Nelson H. Harris.
THE TRUSTEE BOARD SPEAKS
May the graduates of 1964 join the thousands who have gone
before them to be worthy sons and daughters of this institution,
dedicated to high ideals and standards. Your training at Shaw
i;ni%-ersity \vas designed to fit you for service to others, and we
admonish you to give your best in whate\-er area you have the op-
portunity to sene. Vou go fortli with tlie blessings of your Alma
Mater uj^on you.
John W. White
F i iw'''ii i "wm «
THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS
Dr. James E. Cheek '58
To the Class of 1964:
It was Daniel Webster who wTote:
"If we work upon marble, it will perish; if we \vork upon brass, time will eflace
it; if \se rear temples, they will crumble into dust; but if we work upon immortal
souls, if \\-e imbue them with principles, with the just fear of the Creator and love
of felloxMiien. %\e engrave on those tablets somethincr which will bris;hten all
During your short stay with us here, we have endeavored to engraft upon vour
mind and inculcate in your heart both wisdom and courage. The societj- to which
you go forth to ser\e is neither hostile nor friendly, but neutral; an anvil upon
which your knowiedge and character can mould a circumstance, create an event,
invent a new idea, hammer out a new truth. To the end that you do this, we
proudly send you forth to brighten this %\orld and lift its hopes.
DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
Mr. Lenoir H. Cook
We pause here a moment to pay tribute to tliose \sho are as vital a part of this
University, this Annual, and the core-curriculum as the many faces you will see
throughout the book - those who have inspired us, understood our problems
encouraged us when we were disheartened, and sacrificed to gi\'e us the many neces-
sities and occasional luxuries that we generally take for granted.
To our beloved parents, we dedicate "The Bear '64," to express the eternal
gratitude, lo\e, and respect we hold for you.
Your Sons and Daughters,
Class of 1964
Dr. James E. Cheek, President
Mr. L. H. Cook
Dean of the College
Mrs. Martha Wheeler
^iiiUlliki I k7.
Mr. James V. Parham
Dr. John H. Tilley
Director of Alumni Affairs and
i' •.J'-'V •'"'
Miss Carrie L. Harrison
Director of Women's Activities
Mr. D. H. Keck
Director of Men's Activities
Mrs. Thelma Keck*
Dr. M. Adams*
Assistant Dean of Men
FACULTY AND STAFF
Mr. J. V. Parham
Miss Beatrice Martin
Dr. Minnie T. Forte
Mrs. Lavoiia Pridgeon
Miss Carrie L. Harrison
Head — Department of Home Economics
Mrs. Nellie Inborden
Secretary to the Dean
of the College
Miss Lillie M. Dunn
Secretary — Dept. of Education
Mr. Dementrius Keck
Director — Student Activities
Mr. James Kofa
Department of Business
Mr. La\\rence Allen
Mrs. Louise W. Lewis
Mrs. Martha Wheeler
Mrs. Thelma Keck
Dr. Nelson Harris
Head of Department of
Mrs. Roberta Lightner
Secretary to the
Mrs. Ernestine Hamlin
Dr. John Tilley
Mrs. EInora Kee
Mrs. Nurry Johnson
Miss Robena Bradley
Mrs. Justine Hilliard
Mr. Lenoir Cook
Mr. John F. Lessane
Mrs. Vivian Samson
Mr. J. E. Lytle
Head — Department of
Mr. Thomas Kee
Miss Victoria Morris
Miss Mildred McTyre
Mrs, Virginia Newell
Mrs. Barbara Grlssom
Mr. Clyde Appleton
Mr. George Thomas
Science and Mathematics
Mr. Robert Jackson
Mr. Harry Johnson
Mrs. Elizabeth Cofield
Mrs. Harriet Jones
Mr. Harry Gil-Symthe
Head Department of Fine
Mr. Charles Robson
Dr. Marguerite Adams
Mrs. Laura Kay
Mr. John \V. Morgan
Mr. Cecil Coins
of Buildings and
Mr. Eugene Howell
Mr. Harold Taylor
Campus Inn (Manager)
Dr. Carl E. DeVane
' Head Department of
Mrs. Mamie Spaugh
Miss Madelyn Watson
Dining Hall Workers
Mrs. Lila Flowers
Dr. Grady D. Davis
Dean School of Religion
PRO CHRISTO ET HUMANITATE
EDITOR - HARDY
As one oR.at x,ritcr lias said. -I an, a part of all that I ha\c met." I a,n ^•cn•
,a;rateful toi the opportunity and privilcsc that I haxc had in scrxin- as editor of
this our most prized issue of the .Shaw Bear. I am appreciative for the help I re-
ceiN-ed from ,ny lello^^■ classmates, the photosraphcrs, and the advi.sors This has
been a ^^•onderful experience for inc, and I shall ahvavs cherish tliis yearbook and
the pleasurable hours spent working on this prized issue.
In closins, "Parting is such s\sect ,sorro^<.- I can truthfully say that the years
spent here haye been tnost helpful and I ^^ish for the entire .Shaw fan.ih the best of
even-thing, with prosperous and serviceable )ears in the future.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Marcella E. Boone
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Joe B. Brown
Susie W. Brown
Yvonne A. Edwards
Hazel B. Forbes
Loudclia S. Guess
Vera A. Harris
Patricia C. Hayes
Blanche D. Hines
Regena E. Johnson
Gerard Lee. Jr
James C. Randolph
Beverly J. Ratliff
Marjorie J. Watts
September 14, 1960, marked the beginning of an adventurous and
challengmg journey for approximately 150 freshmen at Shaw Uni-
versity. Each bright-eyed individual possessed an ever increasing
quest for learning. Our week of orientation was enjoyable and en-
It was not long before we were well-orientated into the Shaw
family, and soon we began to wonder whether we knew anything
David Dolby was elected president of the freshman class. The first
year moved very quickly. Christmas came, and we were all glad to
get away awhile so that we could enjoy the holidays, while vvorking
on many assignments made by our instructors.
In January, we took our semester examinations. On the surface
they did not appear to be hard, but when the grades were posted
they told a different story. Nevertheless, we continued our journey
into the various fields of interests. Along with us. we took such
tools as determination, mental and physical vigor, decisiveness, and
enthusiasm, as we were determined to be a success. '
Many of us were outstanding that year. In the area of sports we
were well represented by Peter Waiters, Benny Barnes, Joe Brown
Charles Brandon, Fletcher Rogers, Charles Jackson, Lenny Gibbons
Gerard Lee, Douglas Tillcry, Leon Harris, Conrad Dalton, Ruben'
Franc, Richard Trotman, John Howard, Clyde Elderidge, Bernie
Parker. Cheerleaders were Matyra Latta, Marjorie Jones Watts, Jo-
Ann Galley, and Claudette Rhinehart. These young ladies constantly
boosted the teams on to victory.
Our class contributed many melodious voices to the Chorale So-
ciety. Joining the Society were Hazel Baldwin Forbes, Peggy Wil-
hams, Marian Moore, Joe Brown, Lenny Gibbons, Bennie 'Barnes,
Ruby McLawhorn, Patricia Hayes, Gerard Lee, Brenda Pitts Bar-
bara Jones, Byrna Jones, Blanche Hines and Margaret Howard,
Many of our class members "were bubbling over with joy" when they
made the spring tour wth the Chorale Society.
Our class was entertained with many actresses and actors. Sur-
prisingly as It may seem many of them came diredtly from our
freshman class. The new members of the Shaw Players were Bar-
bara Peterson, Dempsey Hardy, Mary Jenkins and Albert Potter
Representing the class in the Shaw Players' major production,
'Come Back Little Sheba," were Dempsey Hardy, Albert Potter.'
The lovely Catherine Mangum was Miss Freshman, and Loudelia
Guess and Matyra Latta were her attendants. Loudelia Guess was
chosen sweetheart of the Scroller Club, Susie Branch as ■ the Cres-
ent s Sweetheart and Jacquelyn Thome as Miss U.N.t.F. . -
Our class was gifted with several scholars. Freshmen who were
the recipients of scholarships and awards were Priscilla Brodie
Lena Maffett, recipients of the Freshman Scholarships; Judy Herring
Robinson «'ho received the Home Economics Award; Winnifred
Golliday recipient of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Award.
During our Sophomore year, we felt like mature, sophisticated
students. Each of us was determined to increase his or her self-
disciphne and to "buckle down." Studies had become harder and
more time-consummg than in the first year. Mack Sowell was elected
as president of our sophomore class; Lenny Gibbons, vice-president ■
Joyce Barber, Secretary; and Hazel Baldwin Forbes, Student Council
As a result of our ingenuity, we were still considered outstand-
ing in the field of sports.
In the main production of the Shaw Players "The Silver Cord"
talent was displayed by Beatrice Mial and Dempsey Hardy. Recipi-
ents of the Intercollegiate Drama Association Certificate for two
years service with the Shaw Players were Beatrice Mial and Demp-
The charming Matyra Latta was chosen Miss Sophomore Susie
Branch and Brenda Pitts reigned as Miss Sophomore's attendants
Matyra Latta was chosen as Sweetheart of the Sphinxman Club
Jacquelyn Thorne was sweetheart of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and
Loudeha Guess was sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.
Some of the members of our class were successful in crossing into
the land of Greekdom, a desire of almost every college man and
Entering Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was Margaret Howard.
Delta Sigma Theta welcomed Patricia Hayes, 'Vera Harris anti
The new members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority were Marian
Moore, Gloria Freeman, Mary Womack, Luetta Brown Williams and
The dog who entered Phi Beta Si,gma Fraternity was Arnold
Gerard Lee and Clarence Muse entered the Omega Psi Phi
Entering Kappa Alpha Psi was Clifford Chambliss.
Joe Brown became a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
Some of the members of the class made the Special Privileged
Honor Roll during this year. Lena Maffett, Priscilla Brodie Sallie
Bnsbon Jacquelyn Thorne, Mary Womack, Gloria Freeman and
Bettie Abbott were all on it. Lacey Speight received an award in
Religion and Blanche Edwards ■ received an award in Home Eco-
Under the leadership of Lenny Gibbons, president ; David Dolby
vice-president; Brenda A. Pitts, secretary: Blanche Hines, asst'
sect.; and Hazel Baldwin Forbes as Treasurer the Juniors bc.gan a
very active year. Three juniors, Priscilla Brodie, Lena Maffett and
.Jacquelyn Thorne, were elected to Alpha Kappa Mu honor society
incidentally this is a national society. One member of our class'
Jacquelyn Thorne, was elected to Who's Who in American Colleges
Several Queens were chosen from our class. They were Louise Coe
Miss Junior. Marcella Boone and Susie Branche were her atten-
dants. Priscilla Brodie was Miss Women's Personal; Patricia Hayes
Miss Omega Psi Phi; Gloria Freeman, Miss Alpha Phi Alpha, antl
Margaret Howard was attendant to Miss May Oueen, Matyre Latta.
Members of the class elected to serve as Junior Counselors were
Patricia Hayes, Marcella Boone, Winnifred Golliday, Lena Maffett,
Joe Brown and Mack Sowell.
Several members of our class also entered Greekland that year
Beatrice Mial became an Alpha Kappa Alpha; Willie Stone an
Alpha Phi Alpha; Marjorie Jones Watts joined the ranks of the
Delta Si.gma Theta Sorority. Frank Benjamin became a member
of the Kappa .A.lpha Psi Fraternity, and Nathaniel Carter became
a mpmber of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Blanche Edwards and
Lacey Speight became members of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
During that year Marcella Boone and Joe Brown were Student
-, Council members, and Mack Sowell was elected Student Council
President for the 1963-64 school year. Lacey Speight was elected as
Miss Shaw for 1963-64, and Patricia Hayes and Yvonne Edwards
were elected as her attendants.
We again received scholarships and awards. Lena Maffett and
Priscilla Brodie received the Junior Scholarship. Joe Brown received
the Emily Morgan Kelly award in music. Blanche Edwards re-
ceived the Home Economics award for excellency in that field.
Gloria Freeman received the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholar-
The role of leadership was then placed in the hands of the Senior
class with Leonard Gibbons as president; Clarence Muse, vice-presi-
dent; Brenda A. Pitts as secretary; Margaret Howard as asst. sec-
retary; Durante Jones treasurer, Joe Bn:n\n Business Manager and
Dempsey Hardy as Editor-in-Chief of the Shaw Bear. Susie Brown,
Peggy Williams and Clifford Chambliss became members of the
The role of leadership was a great challenge, but one which had
to be accepted in order to enhance the ideals and traditions of
^ Seniors steered the programs of many of the leading organiza-
tions. Highlighting the year was the coronation of Lacey Speight
as Miss Shaw University for 1963-64, with Patricia Hayes and
Yvonne Edwards as her attendants.
Another outstanding event was the installation of Mack Sowell
as the President of the Student Council.
Leonard Gibbons was elected president of the University Choral
Society for a second consecutive year.
Margaret Howard did an excellent job as president of the Wo-
men's Personnel Council.
"Hats Off" to Leonard Gibbons for his excellent work as Presi-
dent of the Men's Personnel Council for the second consecutive
Cheers to Matyre Latta and JoAnn Galley as captain and co-
captain of the Cheering Squad as they led the teams to victory
Many seniors became Queens this year. Gcraldine Simpson was
chosen Miss Senior with Margaret Ho\»ard and Doris Spivey as her
attendants. Gloria Freeman was again chosen as Miss Alpha Phi
Alpha. Marcella Boone was chosen Miss Omega Psi Phi and Dor-
othy Mallard was Miss SCA.
Seniors elected to Who's Who Among Students in American Col-
leges and Universities were Leonard Gibbons, Margaret Howard
Mack Sowell and Jacquelyn Thorne.
Seniors entering Greekdom during their Senior year were Peggie
Williams who entered Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Entering Delta Sigma Theta Sorority were Gcraldine Simpson and
The new members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are Barbara Jones
and Elaine Morgan.
Priscilla Brodie entered Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
Reuben Wade, Mack Sowell and Otis Boston joined Phi Beta
H T. Davis was welcomed into Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
We were inspired and elated by many interesting events and ex-
periences during our four years. The pious fellowship and corporate
cementation gave us impetus for our academic endeavors
We smile, but this is a strange and wonderful time of the year
When we see garnet hoods and windblown robes, it is a time of
'^"w!?!" ""'"' ^'^'^oniP'ishments, endings, and beginnings
While our years at Shaw have not been perfect, they have been
very revyarding. Wc can look back on our days here with laughter
admiratiori, sweat and tears. As students, our history is over at Shaw'
but as dedicated men and women it is just beginning
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Words by Geraldine Simpson
Music by Mr, Clyde Appleton
FAREWELL FROM THE CLASS OF
Hail dear ole Sha-w U —
Our dream has come true,
And we can never forget
It was you who brought us through.
We know \ou did not have
The best of cvei-)'thing —
But you taught us to utihze,
to care, to comprehend.
We praise you for guiding us tlirough
The four years here spent,
To class, to cliurch
All the places we went.
You alloted time and place
For knowledge and cheers —
We shared our ups and downs.
Our laughs and our tears.
The Homecoming games ^\■ill take a part
In the beating of our dear hearts,
Now and then, \ve'll shed a tear
Over memories of our Freshman year.
Now that we are Seniors
And have to depart, Dear Shaw
You'll always remain
In the depths of our hearts.
Margaret Ann Howard
PROPHECY - CLASS OF 1964
Well, we've fnially lelunietl (n earlh!! We nic very hippy to be
back li.mi our (hrcc day trip. It's always a beautiful sisht-soeinR
cVeni ti) visit all of the planets and ilieir space stations, but
traffic is so heavy in the hea\-ens that it's aKsavs w.mderful to get
back ti> slow-moving earth. We had to make this trip to info'nn
those inembers of the 1964 eraduatini; class at Earth's Division of
Shaw University about our class reunion schcdtilcd lor next year
Our first stop was Venus — there to roll out the carriet were
Hazel Baldwin Forbes, Betty .\bb..tt and Janice (loddette. We were
glad to see these important young- ladies because ue have not yet
mastered the space lanijuase and always find it difHcult to com-
municate with our planetary counterparts. Each of these yciun,?
ladies holds a top position in the '■Inter-Planelary Society n'f
Lan.g:uagc Arts" and have been of extreme importance in com-
municative Services. The first new building we saw on Vcmis
was breath-taking and astoundin.g; of course we immediately reco-
nizcd the design as that of Frnrtk Bcnjiimin, who also dcsi.gned the
interplanetary stadium — the scene of all competitive sports We
understand that the stadium, by the way, is under the manage-
ment of Bennie Barnes and Roderick Bend. Hopping into our
two-passenger moon car, we floated to the grounds of the 'Veniisian
Elementary School and were .greeted by Dr. Gerard Lee, principal
of the small school of 2500. On our first visit, five years ago, we
wei-e told that the school equipment was to he redesigned — it
seemed that the teaching machines were being slowed down by
space static and had to be rehauled — we \verc pleased to learn that
this program was headed by the universally-famous. Dr. Mary Jen-
kins, executive director of the Spaciological Research Institute
Ihesc new machines are completely wireless and are operated by
thought waves from the students directed through a para-psy-
chological skull cap. We had to wait to see some of the instructors
who were m an important departmental meetin.g. When it ad-
journed, we chatted with Dr. Priscilla Brodie, head of Language
Department, Susie Brown, Social Science. Louise Coe Muse Busi-
ness Administration and Susie Branch Bullock, Education' This
the vineyards of the ionesphcie (Mothers!!).
We had a marvelous time at the ball — it seemed like a con-
gregation of everybody important and it s.aved us a trip to the other
planets because all of our classmates from the member planets
were there. We hadn't ifcn Marjorie Jones Watts for five light
years; she is now teaching at the University of Pluto, she received
her doctorate in Plutonian Theory — the theory made famous as
espoused by Dr Wilmoth A Carter on Earth many years .i.go.
Some other long -- time-no-see faces were those of the vivaciou.s
Loudeha Guess, the leading specialist in Child Educati.m, the
lovely Margaret Howard of Computer Research Fame- Beatrice
Mial, Doctor of Anthropoh.gical Research; Marian Moore Doctor
of Education and head of Interplanetary Educational Guidance.
We danced for hours and hours and regretted that we had to
leave our friends, but we were gaseously exhausted!
I, Marrella Bonne, Doctor of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and
Blanch Edwards Sowell, the well-known researcher in Institutional
Synthetized Foods, were anxious to .get back to earth and our fami-
lies. We decided to send a special light-wav-o-gram to the other
planets and to forego the rest of our trip.
We arrived on Earth about twelve hours after departing from
Neptune. Our robots X and XI were at the Earth station to meet
us with our cosmobile and to take our capsule for overhauling As
soon as our feet touched soil we knew right away that we had to
share our thrilling trip with all of our friends. My colleague had a
brain-storm — why not throw a fabulous party. We did!
For this shindig of the Earth's Elites, we rented the "1000 X"
Club, the aluminum bubble which is suspended from gigantic steel
pdlars and is located on satellite XKX. Tabulating all of the ex-
penses of the party, including the robot catering services "the dec-
orations and all, the party only cost about eight billion dollars.
It s always good to see familiar faces and to be the hostesses for
Slich cllarmmg guests. In the stag line were Woodroxc Flythe and
Harry Cnfhn, both directors of rehabilitation at my husband's rec-
reation center for Oh-mpic Stare. Theodore Powell and Richard
vision of the inter-planetarv Bible us'ed in ihe .„,^?,fl -Lt" T .I„„T. n„5^3 '..',"'.." '^"'™' ,*^^ »"°l'',?ical researcher and Preston
vision of the mter-planetary Bible used in the spaciological schools.
After leaving a final reminder concerning the class reunion on
^tarth, we sent a thought wave to our car, which arrived almost
too soon. Unfortunately, we had to leave our moon-car and use the
space-ship, for the moon-car. being a relatively new space vehicle
still has a lazy speed of 1600 m.p.h., which would have slowed our
As soon as we arrived on Mars, we were warned by our robot
pilot that we ^v-ere out of fuel. Right away we were assured by
Leonard Gibbons, President of Mars, that there was a new fuel
especially designed for women space travelers. We later found
that the foi-mula for this fuel was discovered )n- the unix'ersally-
known biologists, Arnold Ambers and Durante ' Jones who had
come upon it quite accidently while e.xperimendn'g with fungi in
their lab under their atomic-poivered microscope. The fuel we were
told, was being produced at the Lena MaflFett Refinery' Institute
and could be purchased in either tablet or powdered fom Ven-
turing down to purchase the fuel, we were awed by the bubble-like
structure which housed all branches of the Space Era. We were
pleased to learn that Ruben Wade was head of the Biological Re-
search Division, Gloria Freeman, co-ordinators of Bankers' Direc-
tor of Institutional Food Development.
Upon leaving the magnificient bubble, we took a break for
lunch at the magnificient "Sleep-In . . . Telestar" owned and
operated by Bill and Gerry Coleman; Gerry is the fomier Geraldine
Simpson. Gerry, always full of life, babbled on and on about all
of our classmates who had been registered at the hotel during their
vacations. As we checked the register, we saw such important
names as Chiton Davis, who is employed in the Radiational Re-
habilitation Center; Ruthenia Duncan, who with Yvonne Edwards
ow-ns and operates the universally-famous Physical Fitness Insti-
tute; Dallas Foster, the famed author of "Get It Off Your Chest"
and Jo Ann Galley, the lovely Physical Development Educator of
Juniper. After grabbing a couple of striped capsules and waving
goodbye to Bill and Gerry, we were on our way
We had to get to Neptune by night fall because we had to make
the Seasonal Ball being sponsored by the Galaxia Elites In this
high society social club were "Winifred Golliday, President and
univ-ersally relnown mathematician; right by her side as always
stood her husband-to-l5e Peter Waiters, champion quarterback of
the Neptune Bears; Barbara Jones, wife of a xvell-known World
War 111 General; .Joe Brown, President of Universal Physical Ed-
ucators; Clarence Muse, leading Doctor of Sociology and husband
of Louise Coe; Blanche Hmes, head co-ordinator of Special Edu-
cation of Mars, and of course, Vera Harris Belk, criminal Psy-
We arrived on Neptune at dusk just in time to see the beautiful
decorations before the night wave passed. The theme of this hght
years ball %vas "Back To Earth." The gentlemen were dressed in
the traditional tie and tails and the ladies in beautiful gowns which
must have cost a pretty penny — with import luxury taxes ex-
pensive as they are. The heavens provided the cubing and the
moons, stars and suns danced as never before. Of course \ve were
most delighted to have a real food banquet of imported 'delicacies
— fish sticks dipped in melted moon-cheese, meteor-dipped star-
chips, marshmellows from the milky way and sparkling wine from
^"^™c?i;-,j 12 "■" ^'' "'^"' ''"'''" ^ '"P position at the Earth-Mari-
tian Child Center. Of course, the ladies were lovely, and thev danced
on and on in their plastic ,g<.wns and diamond studded' .sandles
Representing Earth in the ultimate of femininity and sophistication
P^-?^ #!,''"'"' -"^^'^ r~ "■''" ''•■''' ^" hi'sband, the suave professor of
Ghild Education .and a crooner, dazzled by her diamond-laced gold
sheath and Malrye Latta, the lovely Miss Earth of 1975. Busy doing
the 'Martian-M.Tsh" ■■ -— ' i... . ., .... ' . ^
and his lovely
^^clc James Woods, the statistical researcher
of course, Dempsey Hardy, President of The
f ■- A„- •, t" ° ^'"^ .Jacqueline Thorne, the brilliant pro-
tessor ol Allied Languages were making animated conversation —
probably about the new methods of Jupitei-ean Instruction Gracing
the lounge were the lovely Cecile Supthin of Special Education
uoris bpiyey, Coordinated Educative Services and Catherine Wil-
liams of the Gifted Children's Institute.
As we walked around dropping a ^v■ol-d here and there about the
reiimon we stopped for a laugh with Barbara Peterson, of the
Robot Education Center; Mary- Womack, the scholarly Professor-
Sally Brisboii^ Doctor of Philosophy; Lula Howell, Home Ecol
nomist and Ruby McLawhorn, who was busy teasing the robot
MXQ about his twisted antenna — which had us all in shambles.
Coming in late as usual and dressed in an exquisite sequinned
sheath was Brenda Pitts Hall, wife of the suave business tycoon —
ot course they were wearing their nylon cosmic-shades-\vhich is
'j^'-'' ';;^°'^mark. Also late, but not as usual, was Beveriy Ratliff
Miss Congeniality of Earth," and her minister-husband — Bev in-
iorined us that there had been a crossing of tjie wires of her Electro-
Mobile which infuriated her and made her late to pick up Dor-
othy Mallard, who is head of Earth's division of spatial catering
Coming m last as was expected because of his extremely busy sched-
ule was Mack Sowell, president of our planet, who had just returned
from a short trip to Venus himself regarding some top-secret de-
Well we decided to enjoy a little of the party ourselves and we
did. Un the dance floor we bumped into Elaine Morgan a pro-
fessor of Educative Experimentation, and Ruby Alston a special-
ist in Child Clinical Experimentation — they and their' dates were
busy doing the Venusian Mambo.
After dancing until dawn, evei-yone looked as lovely as when the
ball first began. We reflected on how difTerent everything would
have been had this been years ago — everything would have
been wilted, gowns wrinkled, faces Hushed and hands damp — oh,
what progress has done for us and what we the graduates of the
now famous Shaw Llniversity have done for it!
Well, getting that certain nod from our Misters, we decided to
pust the button and usher in the robots — the dance had to end'
As we stood to bid adieu to our guests, we gave a special re-
minder to Lacey Speight, the inter-planetary missionary; Peegv
Williams, a chnical sociologist and Eula Hinton, one of the ex-
ponents of the "Theory of Planetary Nutrition."
As XII and XIII popped the last illuminating bubble, we stole
Ll'ief"Tl I, ,4 1,^' "''' '^',' ""'f ''^>''' ^^«"'' »»d heaved sighs of
relief. It had been marvelous, but now we wanted to soak our toes
in nnported cloud-water and hit the sack, where we would probaUy
dream of the reunion of a wonderful class. JJi-ooaoiy
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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Nancy M. Walton
OUT OF ORDER
Camera Shy Juniors
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
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CAMER.\ SHV SOPHOMORES
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
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M. Demetrius Daniels
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Raymond Lassiter, Jr.
Willie T. Ramey, III
Out of alphabetical order
CAMERA SIIV FRESHMEN
Student Body President
To the Student Body:
It has been a pleasure to ha\c woikcd, walked, and talked among you for the
past foiu- \eais. Words will never cxjiress nor explain the joy and satisfaction that
I have felt while working with you. No one can say that this has not been one of
the best student groups in the history of Shaw University. You have the know-how
and the courage to make the name of Shaw a li\ing memory in the hearts of all
men. Take off your old aniior and ]3ut on the new because you know that together
we have always seen everything through.
Student Body President
ALPHA KAPPA MU
WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN
COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION
Laurie Austin, Tony Carpenter, Barbara Brown, Jacliie Edmond, Ester Crayton, Margaret
Howard, William Parker, Durant Jones.
William Mosely, Nancina Dulin, Joan Maddox, Willie Woods
Ester Crayton, Durant Jones, Tony Carpenter, Willaim Parker, Jacqueline Edmonds.
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STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION
Officers of Women-s Personnel Council: Left to right: Ruby Seabrook, Brenda Pitts, Marion
Moore, Yvonne Edwards, Loudelia, Guess, and Margaret Howard.
Men's Personnel Council Officers, Left to right: William Ramey, David Scott, Bernard
Driver, Leonard Gibbons.
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
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Officers of Theological Fraternity: left to right: Benjamin Daniels, Clifford Chambliss, Ja
Maye and Quincy Scott.
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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED
STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Officers: Quincy Scott, Vivian Patterson, Willie Rhines, Regena Johnson, Dorothy Mallard,
Loretta Vaughn, Lorraine Vaughn.
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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
IVY LEAF CLUB
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MissElpha Phi Alpha
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY
National Founding Date . . . December 4, 1906
Colors . . . Black and Gold
Pledge Club . . . Sphinx Club
Motto . . . First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all.
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY
National Founding Date . . . January 13, 1913
Colors . . . Crimson and cream
Pledge Club . . . Pyramid Club
Motto . . . Intelligence is the porch of wisdom.
Miss Omega Phi Psi
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OMEGA PHI PSI FRATERNITY
National Founding Date . . . November 17, 1911
Colors . . . Purple and Gold
Pledge Club . . . Lampodas Club
Motto . . . Friendship is essential to the Soul.
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Aliss Kappa Alph:: I'r,
KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY
National Founding Date . . . Januan' 5, 1911
Colors . . . Crimson and Cream
Pledge Club . . . Scrollei-s
SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY
National Founding Date . . . November 12, 1922
Colors . . . Blue and Gold
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Pledge Club . . . Aurora Club
Motto: Greater Club; Greater Progress.
ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY
National Founding Date . . . January 16, 1920
Colors . . . Blue and White
Motto: All is conquered by labor.
Pledge Club . . . Archronian Club
Miss Phi Beta Sigma
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National Founding Date . . . January 14. 1920
Colors . . . Blue and White
Motto: Culture for service and service for hu-
Pledge Club . . . Crescent Club
Probation of the Greek Letter Organization Alpha Goats
Sigma Gamma Rho
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|nia\v and Attendants
era Hayes. Laccy Speight,
and Yvonne Edwards
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Miss »plicm)oie u
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Miss Women's Personnel
Miss May Queen '62-'63
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Miss May Queen and Court
Ethel Miller, Matyre Latta,
and Margaret Howard
Attendant to Miss Shaw
May Queen 1963
Attendant to Miss Shaw
STANDING: Scott, Weley, Scott, Crenshaw, Griffin, Holmes,
Bridges, Brandon, Cromati, Woods, Walker, West. KNEELING:
King, Smith, French, Jones, Mims Lassiter, Tennin, Walker, Elder-
idge. Bethel, Johnson, HM^.Tid Sll I'lSC: Il.inum.nd, Bu
Mitchell, Shackleford, Powell, H. Edmonds, J. Edmonds, Moore.
Spann, Jackson, (Head Coach), Lytle, Kee.
one of our be^tlmerbM™" ir'",''""" """^P^'™' ''■''■ " """'"' "^'-^'-"- ^""^ T>nn,n. is a junior from Rosemont, Pa.
pu Ids mo If hilern^n his rf7' "■■? " . r.°" r"" ^' '■'■■■ ''° "'^- " ™^ °f "'^ "^"^ '^-''^ - 'he conference He
P , most of h,s glor> m h.s defensive play, ^vh^ch has been excels in ever>- game. His second and third efforts ha
standingly rewarding to our Bears.
L. to R.
a vital asset to the Bears.
bave been out-
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Interior Line - These sk aggressive men form the mighty front
wall for the Bears. They are L. to R. _ Henry Edmonds! John
Crench Crenshaw, Dalton "Pup" Moore. Richard
Charles Brandon, and Theodore Powell.
L^R. Jesse Edmonds and Henry Edmonds are two stalwarts of the interior line for the Bear
Ihey make their home in Philly., Penn. Fine things are expected of them next season.
Raleighites — L. R. James Howard, Bennie Minis, and Theodore Powell.
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Richard "Trot" Trotman is a
East Orange, New Jersey. H
pound frame together with h
perform has contributed much
s 6'6" 220
is ability to
to the Bears
Theodore "Buster" Powell stands 6'6" and
weighs 220. He is a native of Raleigh, N.C.
Buster is one of the roughest defensive ends
in the conference. He takes pride in putting
a stop on the QB.
Pete Waiters hails from Washington, D.C.
As the field general for the Bears, Pete has
Field Generals — L. R. Nathan Walton and Peter Waiters, Together they
ha\-e sparked the Bears tremendously.
Ground Gainers — L. R. Lanue Johnson, Harold Hammond and Billy
••Magic Hands- L. R. Art Bridges, Edward Walker. Prc,t,.i, Pea.e. Harrv H..,n„v iiarr,'
GrifEn. Henry Edmonds. Theodore Powell.
John "Crunch" Crenshaw has proven himself wonhy
of the many praises afforded him. His speed and hard-
hitting together with a fine knowledge of the game, are
his greatest assets.
In this scene of our Homecoming game against Johnson C. Smith College, Wallier (No 8)
makes a tremendous effort to catch a pass. The Mighty Bears defeated the Golden Bulls 14-6.
A J.C. Smith ball carrier is stopped for a short gain. Tinnin (24) Woods (63) Walton (P)
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Coach William M. Spann
Coach William M. Spann achieved a status that most coaches dream of achieving. He was
awarded Coach of the Year trophy from the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association for
The Mighty Bear Cagers
The Bears made an outstanding showing this year on the hard-
wood. The Bears won eight straight conference games to start
the season off with a bang. The mighty cagers ended the season
with a 10-6 record. One of the most exciting games of season
was the Bears victory over the A & T Aggies in a double overtime
64-63. The Bears lost to North Carolina College in the first round
of the C.I.A.A. tournament but at the same time they made a
very impressive showing. Next year the mighty Bears are expected
to go all the way.
(CapUin — For«ard)
From left to right (STANDING) West, Holmes, Monroe, Snow,
Moore, Edmondson, Bycrs; (KNEELING) Perkins, Knox, Lake,
Mitcllell, Joyner, Height. (Camera Shy) Arthur Bridges, Ivan Don-
navank, Willie Walker. (Nathaniel Carter, Lenny Gibbons
Trainer and Manager) .
Kerniit "Saush" West from Chester, Penn., is the only
senior on the team. He has led the team in rebounding
for the last three vtarv Tin- Bears will miss West next
Bennie "Jo-Jo" Byers 6'3" a junior from Greensboro,
N.C. has earned the respect of opponents because of his
ability to jump and shoot.
Lee "Bosco" Monroe, junior hails from Wilmington, N.C.
He stands 6'3" and is one of our most reliable players.
Strong, fast, and having a good shot makes him a threat.
Every team has a spark and Lee is ours.
James "the Rim" Snow from Raleigh, N.C. stands 6'5".
Jim led the conference in rebounding this year. His
jumping ability is outstanding and his jump-shot has
earned him due respect. Jim is sure to capture all con-
ference honors next season.
Ira Mitchell is a Sophomore from New York. He ranks
with the best of the small men. His versatility at guard
IS simply fantastic. Speed, fine shot and phenominal ball
handling are his claim to fame.
Robert "Bobby" Height is a guard from Raleigh. N.C.
He IS a 5'ir' Sophomore that possesses the art of fine
Too . . . Late ! ! !
Please . . . Please!!
What ... for Me?
Uhm . . . Another inch!
Norman Joyner is 6'0" from La Grange, N.C. He pos-
sesses a fine jump-shot.
James Edmondson is 6"6" and hails from South Boston,
V'a. He is very aggressi\e and a strong rebounder.
Bennie Lake — 6'0" a guard from Asheville N.C. The
Bears look forward to Bennie ha\ing a good season next
Richard Moore stands 6'6" and hails from Pittsburgh,
Penn. His determination will prove a \'ital asset to the
Bears in the future.
The Bears control the tap against Elizabeth Ci
Snow stretches hieh . . two Doints' "u " u h u- r
* ijuiiiis. Bosco bulls his way for two points.
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Track Squad — STANDING Pollard, Lake. Moses. KNEELING Griffin. Hammond Pickne
Evans. Not Pictured H. Griffin.
Harry Griffin — "Grip" is the only senior on the squad
this year. His best performance can be seen in the 220
yard dash and the 100 yard dash. In this picture Grip
shows his winning form during practice.
Bear Sprinters — L. R. Moses. Pollard. Pickney, Hammond, Lake.
Practice makes perfect — Pickney working out with the javelin.
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PETER WAITERS, Co-captain of the Bears, is a senior
and Imils from Washington, D.C. Pete's performance on
the diamond this year was truly outstanding. He had a
batting average of .442 and a fielding average of .927.
His leadership ability really proved to be a vital factor
in encouraging the rest of the Bears. This fine athlete
will surely be missed next year.
THEADORE "BUSTER" POWELL, the other Co-
captain cif the Bears, is also a senior. Buster is a native
of Raleigh, N.C. He ended the season with a .431 bat-
ting average. The Bears will definitely miss him next
Willie Fence led the C.I.A.A. in batting. His average
«as .553. His aggressi\encss proved to be a \-ital asset
for the Bears. He is expected to hold down his position
at short-stop next year with the same fine performance.
Bernard Wilder is a native of Raleigh, and was one of the top
pitchers in the C.I.A.A. His E.R.A. (earned run average) was
Nathan Walton is a fine athlete in ever>- respect. .Aside from
catching duties. Xat led the team in pitching with an outstanding
E.R.A. of 2.79.
James Wilson is a sophomore that really kicks up a storm on first
base. Jim has the power to hit that real long ball and incidently,
Murry Maye is another sophomore who broke into the starting
line-up last year with good hitting and fielding. This year Murry
got off to a very slow start, but he looked like his old self again by
hitting consistently on the road.
Jim Randolph — A note of worthy praise is due to this fine young man.
Jim served as assistant coach this year after returning to Shaw from a leave
of absence. His closeness to the fellows served as a stimulus both to their
moral and fine ball playing. Many thanks to you Jim.
Bethel, Powell, Height, Howard, John
L.R. Maye, French
Walker, West. Walton, Wilder, Love
Miss Pat Hayes (attendant), Mfss Lacy Speight (Miss Shaw),
Miss Yvonne Ed\»ards (attendant)
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Home Economics Class
Hnnnrs Day Prog^ram
Dean Cnok, Mis. Wheeler. Mrs. Neucll. Pricilla Brodie. Lena Maffett
Rev. J. W. Wiley, Speaker
Honored guest meeting students on canipu
Christmas Party 1963
Santa checking the gifts
Christmas Party g' ' '^ •': '
Santa's helper (Delores Marrow).giTes a»^^ ^ift.
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"It runs in the family""
"Watching the girls go by"'
I lie it-aves tail lnUnot the bi.'vs
■'My what a nice family
"Hey Pat, \\here are they now?
"Relaxing between classes'"
"Kappa dogs working out''
"YOU CAN REALLY TELL THOSE i
"Smile Hargrove, your on candid camera"
What's going on ladies?????
"Now he's a Sigma man"
"Let's see, what did coach say the next step was?
"Who said you can always tell a freshman?"
"Mamie, didn't you graduate last year?"
"Coach didn't mention this in the meeting last night"
"Remember him Janice?"
"Bennie if at first you don't succeed . . . give up"
ii^ iiik i!
"How long ago Blanche?"
"She really has class"
"Can you actually afford that car Steve???'*
*'They sure look good together"
Is that you Ronnie'
You need another girl
Only one Q????
Have you set the date yet???
No more pictures Marge.
Oh if mom could see us now.
HUDSON BELK COMPANY
Downtown Shopping Center
Raleigh, North Carolina
J. Thos. Hamlin, Reg. Pharmacist
600 S. Blount Street Corner Lenoir
Raleigh, North Carolina
Phone TE 2-8538
We Call For and Deliver Prescriptions
HAMLIN DRUG CO.
1 26 East Hargett Street
In service with medicine
126'/2 East Hargett Street
MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK
J. J. Sanson, Jr. Vice President
1 3 East Hargett Street
Raleigh, North Carolina
SENIOR ROSTER OF ORGANIZATIONS
Abbott, Betty fean
English Chib. Sunday School, B.S.U.. S.C.A.,
Boone, Marcella E.
Delta Sigma Theta Sororit)-, Junior Counselor,
Student Council, Cheerleader, Miss Omega Psi
Phi '63-64, Social Science Club.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Jimior Counselor,
SNE.\, Usher, B.S.U., Attendant to Miss Junior.
Brisbon, Sally U.
English C:iub, Bear Staff.
Brown, .Susie Wilhelmina
Social Science Club, Student Council, Usher,
Shaw Journal, N.A.A.C.P.
Brodie, Priscilla .\nn
Alpha Kappa Mu, B.S.U., S.C.A., Sunday
School, Sigma Gamma Rho, University Chorale
Society, English Club, Women's Personnel Coun-
Delta .Sigma Theta Sorority, University Chorale
Crutchfield, Ruby Adams
English Club, Pyramid Club,
Duncan, Ruthenia Pattyandrea
Bear Staff, Physical Education Club, Ivy Leaf
Edwards, Blanche Evelyn
Bear Staff, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Home Eco-
nomics Club, Chapel and Religious Life Com-
mittee, B.S.U., Pan Hellenic Council.
Edwards, Yvonne A.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Physical Educa-
tion Club, Bear Staff, University Chorale So-
ciety, Attendant to Miss Shaw, Miss Kappa
Alpha Psi, Dance Group, Shaw Players.
Freeman, Gloria A.
.\lpha Ka]>pa .Mpha Sorority, Miss Al])lia Phi
Al|)ha, Pan Hellenic Council.
I\y Leaf Club, English Club, SNE.A, University
Galley, Jo .'Vnn C.
Alpha Ka|jpa Alpha Sorority, SNE.\, Cheer-
Godette, Janice M.
English Club, Ushcre' Union.
SNEA, Ivy Leaf Club. Miss Kappa Alpha Psi,
Harris, Vera A.
Delta Sigma Theta, Social Science Club,
Hayes, Patricia C.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Miss Omega Psi
Phi, LTniversity Chorale Society, Pan Hellenic
Council, Social Science Club, Junior Counselor,
Attendant to Miss Shaw '63-64.
Henderson, Mary F.
SNEA, Student Adjustment Committee, Student
Council, Ivy Leaf Club, Usher, English Club.
Hines, Blanche D.
SNEA, University Chorale Society, Student
Council, Chapel and Religious Life Committee.
University Chorale Society.
Howard, Margaret Ann
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Women's Per-
sonnel Council, Shaw Players, Usher, Attendant
to May Queen, SNEA, University Chorale So-
ciety, Who's Who.
Jenkins, Mary E.
Johnson, Regena Elizabeth
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Bear Staff, S.C.A.,
B.S.U., Student Council, Junior Counselor, Busi-
ness Club, Sunday School.
Jones, Barbara N.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, University Chorale So-
ciety, SNEA, N.A.A.CP.
Miss May Queen '63, Ivy Leaf Club, Bear Staff,
Miss Sophomore, Social Science Club.
Home Economics Club.
McLavvhorn, Ruby M.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, English Club,
University Chorale Society.
University Chorale Society, Alpha Kappa Mu,
B.S.U., S.C.A., SNEA, Home Economics Club,
Miss SCA '63-64, Bear Staff.
Mial, Beatrice C.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Social Science
Club, Shaw Players.
University Chorale Society, Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority, SNEA, S.C.A., Student Council, Wom-
en's Personnel Council.
Home Economics Club, Bear Staff, N.A.A.CP.
Alpha Kajjpa Alpha Sorority, University Chorale
Speight, Lacey A.
Miss Shaw '63-64, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,
B.S.U., S.C.A., Sunday School, SNEA,
N.A.A.CP., Chapel and Religious Life Com-
mittee, Women's Personnel Council, University
Chorale Society, Who's Who, Pan Hellenic
SNEA, Archronian Club, Usher, Shaw Players,
Alpha Rho Tau.
Who's Who, English Club, Alpha Kappa Mu,
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Social Science
Club, Bear Staff.
Womack, Mary E.
Alpha Kappa Sorority, Pan Hellenic Council,
SNEA, Alpha Rho Tau. '
Dance Group, English Club, Shaw Players,
Pitts, Brenda A.
University Chorale Society, Pyramid Club, Bear
Staff, Shaw Journal, B.S.U., NAACP, Business
Club, S.CA., SNEA, Chapel and Religious Life
Ambers, Arnold L.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Biology Club, Pan
Hellenic Council, Usher, Shaw Players.
Physical Education Club, Football, University
Chorale Society, Dance Group, Dormitory Coun-
selor, Men's Personnel Council.
Bond, Roderick •
Physical Education Club, University Chorale So-
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Social .Science Club,
University Chorale Society.
BroNsTi. Joe B.
Alpha Phi .\lpha Fraternity, University Chorale
Society, Baseball, Student Council, Pan Hellenic
Council, Physical Education Club.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, University Chorale
Society, Pan Hellenic Council Theological Fra-
temit)-, Chapel and Religious Life Committee.
Physical Education Club, Uni\-ersity Chorale
Society, Lampodas Club, Men's Personnel Coun-
Social Science Club.
Physical Education Club.
Men's Personnel Council, Lampodas Club, So-
cial Science Club, University Chorale Society,
Dance Group, Football, Who's Who. Student
Council, Bear Staff, N.A.A.C.P.. Student Wel-
Shaw^ Players, English Club, Editor of Shaw
Bear, Shaw Journal, N.A.A.C.P., Student Ad-
justment Committee, Student Welfare Com-
mittee, Student Council, B.S.U., S.C.A.
Physical Educarion Club, Basketball, Track.
Jones, Durante A.
Biology Club, Crescent Club, B.S.U., S.C.A.,
N.\.\CP, Student Council, Men's Personnel
Lee, Gerard W.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Football. Pan Hel-
lenic Council, SNE.A, Basketball.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Football, Track,
Pan Hellenic Council, Social Science Club, Stu-
dent Council, Shaw Journal, Bear Staff, Vice
President of Senior Class.
Pace, Worley S.
Football, Baseball, Intramural .Sports, Physical
President of Student Council. Who's Who, Eng-
lish Club, Shaw Players, Phi Beta Sigma Frater-
nity, Editor Shaw Journal "62-63, X..A..A.C.P.,
S.C.A., B.S.L'., Junior Counselor.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, SXE.A.
.Alpha Phi .Alpha Fraternity, Physical Education
Club, Football, Track.
Biolog}- Club, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Theological Frater-
Social .Science Club
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Social Science
Club, Bear Staff.
SENIOR CLASS PATRON LIST 1964
Mr. & Mrs. George Hayes
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Ambers
Mr. & Mrs. F. H. Bagley
Mr. S. D. Dillard
Mr. T. R. Speight
Mrs. E. Washington
Mr. & Mrs. EUis Ruckcr
Mr. Robert Ambers
Mrs. Blanche Ambers
Miss Minnie Ambers
Mr. H. L. Taylor
Miss Joyce Ambers
Mrs. John Hardy
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Davis
Mrs. Maggie Totten
Mrs. Lucy Royster
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Sowell
Mrs. Lillie Jones
PRINTeOlNU s *.
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