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A. H. GORDON LIBRARY 

SAVAIYNAH STATE COLLEGE 
STATE COLLEGE BRANCH 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA i 




DR. HARMON W. CALDWELL 
Chancellor 

REGENTS OK THE I NIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF KEGEMS 



Chairman 

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Chancellor 

Assistant in the Chancellor 

Executive Secretary 

Treasurer 

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John J. McDonough 

Harmon W. Caldwell 

John E. Sim?""' 

L. R. Siebert 

James A. Rlissit 




President 's 
Message 




At no previous time in history has college 
education on the broad scale been more im- 
portant in the development of our demo- 
cratic ideals and aspirations. The growth of 
American ideals has been, in the main, de- 
pendent upon men and women who have at- 
WILLIAM K PAYNE tended the colleges and universities. In a 

Fifth President similar manner, the growth and development 

AB., Morehouse College; M.A., Columbia University; of our way of life will continue to take place 

advanced study, University of Minnesota and University a s a result of the interpretation and achieve- 

of Chicago; Lift. D., Allen University. ment of our P resent colle g e generation. 

The apparent crisis through which our country has been passing for over a decade 
brings to the youth of today a challenge that is unique. The unprecedented develop- 
ment in the technological world has made our world a difficult place in which to 
live. Tools, machinery implements, and physical power are the results of our great 
systems of education: but as one looks at these, he is astounded that so little has been 
accomplished in development of the thinking and feeling of mankind. While the 
technological advances are desirable and should continue to advance, there is serious 
need of sound development of human relations. College men and women of this 
decade must rise to meet this situation if the onward march of democracy is not to 
be arrested. 

It is my hope that the young men and women of Savannah State College, at this time, 
will be on the frontier developing ways of living with others that will inspire the 
cultivation of every individual's potentialities rather than their destruction. It is my 
hope that the fears which we face today may subside because you have understanding, 
faith, and confidence in such large measures that mankind can live and work together 
for the good of the human family. ^J "/\ si ' .. s /^ZD 

President Payne speaks at the One Hundred WILLIAM KENNETH PAYNE 

Per Lent Wrong Club in Atlanta. Larry 
Doby. of the Cleveland Indians, is seated 
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In our hearts we will build a 
Shrine for Thee ... A Shrine of 
the many and many hours we 
spent working and watching and 
playing and learning within these 
walls . . . Once upon a fall evening 
we will return to gaze upon your 
stately buildings ... But we shall 
carry in our hearts their larger 
symbolism forever . . . 



These halls of learning where we 
lived with Jefferson and Lincoln 
and Lanier and Emerson . . . 
Where we talked with Payne and 
Meyers and Dean and Johnson . . . 
These halls are ours ad infinitum 
.Here is one in which we ate 
and laughed with one another . . . 
Here is one which recalls the night 
we almost shook the rafters yelling 
for the The Big Five in that thrill- 
ing cage contest. . . 






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/ FOREWORD 
/ DEDICATION 
/ ADMINISTRATION 
/ and FACULTY 

4 CLASSES 

| ORGANIZATIONS 
f FEATURES 

ATHLETICS 
EXTENSION 
ADVERTISEMENTS 
FINIS 





Within these walls we have erected 
a Shrine to thee. SSC . . . For here 
we have wrestled with the very im- 
mediate problems of living . . . 
One is home for the men of SSC 
. . . One is where we work and 
fashion tangible symbols of our 
Shrine . . . Another is home for 
our First Family and receptive ha- 



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To all Senior Athletes, we the TIGER staff, along with the 
Savannah State College family, bid you adieu. May your 
achievements in life equal and surpass those of your athletic 
careers. May you build shrines indicative of your training at 
Savannah State, shrines which will bring credit to your Alma 
Mater. 

To you. Prince, Harris, and Slocum, the most outstanding of 
your colleagues, we say, "May your attainments, your pur- 
poses and your contributions to mankind in the years to come, 
be as indelibly written upon the pages of history as your ac- 
complishments in the world of sports at SSC." 



FRANK "THE ROCKET- 
PRINCE, International Track 
Star, Member, New York Pion- 
eer Club, Participant in tbe 
Bolivian Games three times, 
Panamanian representative to 
the Olympic Games in 1952, 
winner of numerous trophies and 
medals. Participator in the Drake 
Relays, Tuskegee Relays. Ala- 
bama State Relays and SEAC 
Meet, Basketball, Track Star. 






CURTIS P. HARRIS, sensation- 
al End, Back and Tackle, triple- 
threat punter, receiver and run- 
ner, winner of the 1951-52 punt- 
ing crown for small colleges in 
the U. S. according to National 
Collegiate Athletic Association 
statistics, and All-SEAC for four 
years. 



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ROBERT "NANCY HANKS" 
SLOCUM, swivel-hipped All- 
SEAC back for four years, 
PITTSBURGH COURIER All- 

American. 1951-52, triple-threat, 
runner, passer and receiver, and 
SSC's chief ground gainer for 
four years. 




Buildings 








There is the night when Camilla 
Hubert seemed aflame with light 
and radiance ... A flaming Shrine 
in our hearts she'll always be, for 
this is home . . . The arched door- 
way of Hammond Hall is a favor- 
ite gathering place for friends . . . 
Once upon a warm day we'll re- 
member the pointless and pointed 
chatter and sav. "This is ours al- 
ways." . . . Whenever we hear the 
unaffected laughter of little chil- 
dren and see the twinkle of little 
legs streaking across the green, 
we'll remember Powell Lab . . . 
We'll know that they have not vet 
found the final answers . . . 



POWELL LABORATORY SCHOOL 



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One-two-three; one-two-three . . . The sound of type- 
writers as they kept time with the triple cadence of The 
Blue Danube . . . The lights burning late at night in 
Boggs as the Staff labored to make the Yearbook dead- 
ine . . . The security we felt when we took our runny 
noses and cut fingers to Nurse at the Infirmary . . .We 
knew we were in good hands . . . Raphael. Rembrandt . . . 
all the sweetness and light that man has created in the 
arts . . . We remember the Fine Arts Building and our 
Shrine becomes a melody and a visible symbol . . . 





THE FINE ARTS BUILDING 





Editor-in-Chief 
Eddie Lindsey '52 

Associate Editor 
A. G. Bussey '53 



Editorial Assistants 

Jimmie Colley '52 
Dorothy Mclver '52 
Joelene Belin '52 
Thelma Williams '53 

Not shoivn 
Fannie Lewis '54 





Here are the people mainly responsible for 
compiling this tangible tribute to our Shrine 
. . . Here are Annie Grace and Eddie, Joelene 
and Thelma, Raymond and Clarence, Fannie 
and Thelma, Jimmie and Dot, Hosea and 
Nannette, Anne and Charlie, James and Ale- 
thia. Clarance and Miss Colvin and Mr. Bow- 
ens . . . Here we are building, with our hands 
and minds, a shrine in our hearts for SSC . . . 



Typists 



Joelene Belin '52 
Ruby Childers '52 






Business Staff 

Raymond Knight '53 
Chairman 

Hosea Lefton '52 
James Douse '55 
Thomas Locke '55 
Dennis Williams "55 




Layout Staff 

Nannette McGee '52 
Charles McDaniels '52 
Annie Howard '52 
Alethia Sheriff '52 
Clarence Lofton '55 




Miss Luetta B. Colvin 

Advisor 
A.B., Fort Valley State 
M.A., Atlanta University 



William H. M. Bowens 

Advisor 
A.B.. Morehouse 
M.A., Atlanta University 




Building 



PARSONS HALL 

For some of us, this is home 
. . . For all of us the place of 
exchange . . . For here we 
send those bits of ourselves to 
those "back home" . . . And 
receive those important let- 
ters . . . You remember how 
we stood in line "the first 
of the month" . . . 




COLLEGE INN 



The College Inn— A solid 
stone in the masonry of our 
Shrine . . . For the Inn is 
the hub of our campus activ- 
ities . . . Here we laugh and 
play and talk and eat in hap- 
py fellowship. 



PRACTICE COTTAGE 

We learn by doing . . . This 
is the philosophy and work- 
ing motto of SSC . . . Here 
the cadet Home Economists 
practice what they learn . . . 
The Practice Cottage will 
ever be a part of our im- 
mortal Shrine . . . 







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TIMOTHY C. MEYERS 

Acting Dean of Faculty 
A.B., Lincoln University 
M.A., Columbia University 




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M.A., Atlanta Univ 




William J. Holloway 
Director, Student Person- 
nel Services 
B.S.. Hampton Institute 
M.A., Univ. of Michigan 



Emanuel A. Bertrand 

Comptroller 
B.S., Hampton Institute 






Wilton C. Scott, Director of Public Relations, A.B., Xavier Uni- 
versity; LL.B., Blackstone Law College, and Mrs. Annie L. Bea- 
ton, Secretary, Savannah State College. 



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PUBLIC RELATIONS 

OFFICERS 

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STAFF 



Moses Lightfoot, senior; Miss Bernita Spauld- 
ing, freshman. Student Assistants. 




Mrs. Marjorie F. Wallace, Admis- 
sions Clerk, B.S., Savannah State. 



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Left to right: Gwendolyn L. Bass, Transcript Clerk, Savannah 
State; Elma Joyce Chapman. Transcript Clerk, B.S., Savannah 
State; and Edna L. Ligon, Secretary to the Registrar, B.S., Sa- 
vannah State College. 





Felix J. Alexia, Superintendent 

Buildings and Grounds 
A.B., Xavier University 



Mrs. Varnetta Frazier 

Dietitian 
Savannah State College 




Seated: 

Amos Simpson 

Campus Electrician 

Standing: 

Reuben Beavers 
Supply Clerk 




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Nelson Freeman. Manager 
College Bookstore and Inn 
Veterans Secretary 

B.S.. Savannah State College 



Mrs. Eloria Gilbert 

Postmistress 
City College of New York 




Mrs. Gertrude Holmes 

College Nurse 
R.N.. Charity Hospital 
Training School. 



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Clarence Wright, Assistant 

Buildings and Grounds 
Savannah State College 



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Standing: 

Arthur Hart. Cashier 

Comptroller's Office 
B.S., Savannah State College 

Seated: 

William T. Shropshire 
Chief Accountant 

Comptroller's Office 
A.B., Morehouse College 





Mrs. Eugenia C. Scott 

Secretary to the President 
B.S., South Carolina State College 



Miss Eunice M. Wright, Secretary 

President's Office 
B.S., Savannah State College 



CLERICAL, BUSINESS 
and LIBRARY STAFFS 





Mrs. Iona Brooks Mrs. Ann E. Turner, Sec- Mrs. Johnnie M. Hill 
Secretary to the Dean of retary Budget Assistant 
Faculty Personnel Office Comptroller's Office 
B.S.. Catholic College of B.S.. Savannah State Col- B.S.. Savannah State Col- 
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LIBRARY STAFF 




Miss Dorothv Harp 
Clerk 

Business Office 
B.S., Savannah State 
College 



SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR 




Hiss Althea Williams 
Assistant Librarian 
K.B., Fort Valley State 
College 

3.S.L.S., Atlanta Uni- 
versity 



Miss Madeline Harrison 

Assistant Librarian 
A.B., Fisk University 
B.S.L.S., North Carolina 
College 



Mrs. Helen Riley 
Secretary 
Library 
B.S., South Carolina 
State College 



Mrs. Eleanor B. Williams 

Switchboard Operator 
A.B., Tennessee State College 




Elson K. Williams, Director 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B., Morgan State College 
A.M., Columbia University 
Ed.D., New York University 




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STAFF 




William B. Nelson, Director 

Trades and Industries 
B.S., Alcorn A.&M. College 
M.S., Iowa State College 



Below: 

Amater Z. Taylor. Itinerant 
Teacher Trainer 

Industrial Education 
A.B.. Morehouse College 
M.A.. Atlanta University 

Miss Mildred Marquis, Secre- 
tary 

Trades and Industries 
B.S., Hampton Institute 




Mrs. Evanel Renfrow Terrell, Director 

Home Economics 
B.S., University of Iowa 
M.S., University of Iowa 




Miss Donella J. Graham 
Principal 

Powell Laboratory School 
A.B., Morris Brown College 
M.A., Atlanta University 





C. Vernon Clay, Chairman 

Chemistry 
B.S., Kansas State College 
M.S., Kansas State College 



John B. Clemmons, Acting Chairman 

Mathematics 
A.B., Morehouse College 
M.S., Atlanta University 



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Elmer J. Dean, Chairman 

Social Science 
A.B., Kentucky State College 
M.A., Columbia University 



DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 






J. Randolph Fisher, Acting Chairman 

Languages and Literature 
A.B., Howard University 
M.A., Howard University 



Booker T. Griffith, Chairman 

Biology 
B.S., University of Pittsburgh 
M.S., University of Pittsburgh 
Ph.D.. University of Pittsburgh 




Hilliary R. Hatchett, Acting Chairman 

Fine Arts 
B.S.M., Capital University 
M.A., Ohio State University 






Calvin L. Kiah, Chairman 

Education 
A.B., Morgan State College 
M.A., Columbia University 
Ed.D., Columbia University 



Robert C. Long, Sr., Chairman 

Business 
B.S., Hampton Institute 
M.A., New York University 



Mrs. Martha Avery 
Home Economics 
B.S., Princess Ann College 
M.S., Columbia University 



Miss Albertha Boston 

Business 
A.B.. Howard University 
M.A., New York University 



Blanton E. Black 
Social Science 
A.B., Morris Brown College 
B.D., Turner Theological Semin- 
ary 
M.A., University of Chicago 



Mrs. Sylvia E. Bowen 

Mathematics 
A.B., Hunter College 
M.A., Columbia University 





William H. M. Bowens 

Business 
A.B., Morehouse College 
M.A., Atlanta University 



John H. Camper 

Education 
B.S., Savannah State College 
M.A., New York University 



Arthur C. Carter 

Masonry 
B.S., Savannah State College 



Mrs. Ethel J. Campbell 

Languages and Literature 
B.S., Savannah State College 
M.A., Atlanta University 



Franklin Carr 

Business 
B.A., West Virginia State Col- 
lege 
M.B.A., New York University 



Miss Luetta B. Colvin 

Languages and Literature 
A.B., Fort Valley State College 
M.A., Atlanta University 



Sol Harden 

Shoe Repair 
Savannah State College 



Robert Haygood 

Shoe Repair 
B.S., South Carolina State Col- 
lege 



Mrs. Thelma M. Harmond 

Education 
B.S., Fort Valley State College 
M.Ed., Atlanta University 



Miss Geraldine Hooper 

Physical Education 
B.S., Xavier University 
M.S.. University of Wisconsin 





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Eugene Isaacs 

Carpentry 
B.S., Alcorn A.&M. College 
M.S.. Iowa State College 



Miss Beulah Johnson 

Languages and Literature 
A.B., Spelman College 
M.S.. Tennessee State College 



Miss Louise Lautier 

Languages and Literature 
B.S., Savannah State College 
M.A., University of Michigan 



Miss Althea V. Morton 

Languages and Literature 
A.B., Spelman College 
M.A., Atlanta University 



Amojogollo E. Peacock 

Social Science 
B.S., Wilberforce University 
B.D., Wilberforce University 
M.A., Howard University 



William T. Perry 
Auto Mechanics 



L. A. Pyke 

Music 
B.S., Howard University 
M.S.. University of Michigan 



Mrs. Earline S. Smith 

Fine Arts 
A.B., West Virginia State Col- 
lege 
M.A., Columbia University 



Miss Juanita Sellers 

Languages and Literature 
A.B., Spelman College 
M.A., Columbia University 



Benjamin Singleton 

Radio Repair 
B.S., Savannah State College 




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Mrs. Jency H. Reeves 

Education 
A.B.. Philander Smith College 
M.A., Atlanta University 



Vergil Winters 

Physics 
A.B.. State University of Iowa 
M.A., Ohio State University 



Mrs. Leanna T. Wilcox 

Critic Teacher, Powell Lab- 
oratory School 

B.S., Savannah State College 

M.A., Atlanta University 



Henry L. Ware 

Automobile Repair 
Paine College 



Mrs. Martha Wilson 

Mathematics 
B.S., University of Minnesota 
M.A., University of Minnesota 



Joseph H. Wortham 

Biology 
A.B., Howard University 
M.A., Ohio State University 



Mrs. Joan L. Gordon 

Social Science 
A.B., Jackson College 
M.A., Columbia University 



Clifford Hardwick 
General Science 
B.S., Savannah State College 



Mrs. Eldora Marks 

Critic Teacher 
B.S., Savannah State College 



Rutherford Lockette 

Industrial Education 
B.S., Savannah State College 
M.S., New York University 





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Miss Christine Coleman 

Home Economics 
B.S., Arkansas A.&M. College 
M.S., Kansas State College 



Mrs. Mollie Curtwright 

Home Economics 
B.S., Kansas State College 
M.S., University of Minnesota 



William t. Griffin 

Social Science 
A.B., Morehouse College 



Frederick E. Owens 

Electrical Engineering 
B.S., Savannah State College 
B.S.E.E., Howard University 




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SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



President 

BENJAMIN QUATTLEBAUM 

Major — Social Science 

Social Science Club; Phi Beta 

Sigma. 



Secretary 
Rose Lotson 
Major — Business 
Business Club; Choir; 
ma Rho. 



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Treasurer 
Charles Moultrie 

Major — Mathematics 

Phi Beta Sigma; Sigma Mu Honor 

Society. 

Parliamentarian 
Willie James Reid 

Major — Social Science 
Social Science Club; Phi Beta Sig- 
ma. 

Vice President 

James Neal 

Major — Business 

Business Club; Varsity Football; 

Varsity Club. 

Reporter 
William Jackson 
Major — Business 

Business Club; Varsity Football; 
Varsity Club; Omega Psi Phi; Lib- 
rary Committee. 





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Charles Moultrie 
Savannah 



Willie Reid 

Savannah 



William Jackson 

Savannah 



Willie Mae Baldwin 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 

Claudia Baker 

Major — General Science 

General Science Club. 



Claude Byers 

Major — Business 

Football; Business Club; Omega Psi 

Phi; Varsity Club. 

Ruby Jean Childers 
Major — Business 
Business Club; Tigers Roar 
book Staff. 




Martha Gleason Bryant 
Major — Mathematics 
Camera Club. 

Adolphus Carter 

Major — Biology 
Alpha Phi Alpha. 



Virginia B. Baker 

Major — Elementary 
Y. W. C. A. 
Tiger's Roar. 



Education 



Jimmie B. Colley 

Major — Social Science 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Yearbook 

Staff; Tigers Roar Staff; Collegiate 

Counsellors; Social Science Club. 



Margaret T. Chisholm 

Major — Biology 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Sigma Mu 
Mathematics Honor Society; Colle- 
giate Counsellors. 

Annie R. Clowers 

Major — English 

Collegiate- Counsellors; Alpha Kap- 
pa Alpha; Pan Hellenic Council. 





Thomas Daniels 
Major — Physical Education 
Omega Psi Phi; Physical Educa- 
tion Club. 

Marie Dansby 

Major — English 
Tiger's Roar. 







Gloria E. Deveaux 

Major — Social Science 
Social Science Club; Women's Coun- 
cil. 

Betty Douse 

Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 



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Helen M. Dunson 

Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 

Elise Florence 

Major — Home Economics 

Home Economics Club. 



Mabel Fortson 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Alpha Kap- 
pa Alpha; Pan Hellenic Council; 
Y. W. C. A. 

Harold Fields 
Major — Business 
Business Club. 





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Mary Ford 

Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Zeta Phi 
Beta; Y. W. C. A. 

Jewell Gamble 
Major — Mathematics 
Alpha Kappa Alpha; Collegiate 
Counsellors; Sigma Mu Honor So- 
ciety. 




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Wesley Glover 

Major — Mathematics 

Colleen Gooden 
Major — Social Science 
Social Science Club. 





Marceline Holland 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Zeta 
Beta. 



Phi 



Joe Hardy- 
Major — Physical Education 
Football; Varsity Club; Physical 
Education Club. 



Curtis P. Harris 

Major — Physical Education 
Football; Basketball; Varsity Club; 
Physical Education Club. 

Daniel Hendrix 

Major — Industrial Education 

Phi Beta Sigma; Sigma Mu Honor 

Society. 





Thelma Louise Hill 

Major — Elementary Education 

ETA. College Choir. 

Rethel Holmes 

Major — Elementary Education 

House Council, FTA 








Theodore Holmes 
Major — Physical Education 
Alpha Phi Alpha; Football; Varsity 
Club; Physical Education Club; 
Newman Club. 

Ann R. Howard 

Major — English 

Tiger's Roar; Yearbook Staff. 





Alfred Jackson 
Major — Physical Education 
Basketball; Varsity Club; Physical 
Education Club. 

Eugene Jackson 

Major — Industrial Education 



James E. Jackson 

Major — Business 

Business Club; Alpha Phi Alpha. 

Mary Jones 

Major — Home Economics 

Home Economics Club. 





Lillie Belle Johnson 
Major — English 
Zeta Phi Beta. 

Marjorie Jones 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Sigma Gam- 
ma Rho. 







Ernest D. Kinsey 
Major — Business 
Omega Psi Phi. 

Virgil Ladson 
Major — Chemistry 
Phi Beta Sigma. 



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Warren Loadholt 
Major — Social Science 
Social Science Club. 

Eddie T. Lindsey 

Major — English 

Alpha Phi Alpha: Yearbook Staff; 
Collegiate Counsellors; Student 
Council; Pan Hellenic Council. 



Juanita Lonon 
Major — Social Science 
Social Science Club. 

Calvin Lawton 

Major — Social Science 

Social Science Club; Phi Beta Si: 

ma. 





Hosea Lofton 
Major — English 
Tiger's Roar Staff; Yearbook Staff. 

Mattie Manley 

Major — Elementary Education 

FTA; Newman Club; House Coun- 










Nannette McGee 
Major — Social Science 
College Choir; Tiger's Roar; Year- 
book Staff; Sooial Science Club^ 
House Council. 

Charlie McDaniels 
Major — Physical Education 
Alpha Phi Alpha; Camera Club; 
Varsity Club; Basketball; Physi- 
cal Education Club; Yearbook 
Staff; Tiger's Roar. 




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Wilhemina McPherson 
Major — Mathematics 

Marjorie Mercer 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 



Carolyn Manigo 

Major — Elementary Education 

Vernon Mitchell 

Major — Physical Education 
Football; Varsity Club; Physical 
Education Club. 





Viona O'Neal 

Major — Elementary Education 

Clarance Pogue 

Major — Physical Education 
Football; Physical Education Club. 




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Ora Belle Prothro 

Major — Elementary Education 

Barbara Powell 

Major — Elementary Education 






Jacqueline Pringle 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; 
Council. 



House 



Rita Quattlebaum 

Major — Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; Zeta Phi 

Beta. 



Alethia Marie Sheriff 

Major — English 

Tiger's Roar; Yearbook Staff; Y. 

W. C. A.; Future Teachers of 

America. 

Robert Sanders 
Major — Physical Education 
Football; Varsity Club; Physical 
Education Club. 





Tharon Spencer 
Major — Social Science 
Social Science Club. 

Alexander Speed 

Major — Biology 
Kappa Alpha Psi. 







Robert Spencer 

Major — Industrial Education. 

Mary Alyce Swanson 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Zeta 
Beta; FTA. 



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Maceo Taylor 

Major — Physical Education 

Alpha Phi Alpha; Pan Hellenic 

Council; Varsity Club; Collegiate 

Counsellors; Physical Education 

Club. 

Ernest Tolbert 

Major — Physical Education 
Football; Marching Band. 



Joseph Turner 

Major — Physical Education 
Football; Basketball; Track; Phy- 
sical Education Club; Varsity Club; 
Newman Club. 

Hattie Mae Thompson 
Major — Elementary Education 
Zeta Phi Beta; Future Teachers of 
America; Pan Hellenic Council. 






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Loretta Williams 
Major — Home Economics 
Major — Home Economics 

Lurinda Williams 

Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 




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Phillip G. Wiltz 

Major — Physical Education 
Alpha Phi Alpha; Basketball; New- 
man Club; Varsity Club; Physical 
Education Club. 

Doretha Wells 

Major — Elementary Education 

Future Teachers of America. 





Mildred LeGrier 

Major — Elementary Education 

Future Teachers of America. 

Geneva Mitchell 
Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 



Jolene Laverne Belin 

Major — English 

Tigers Roar, Yearbook Staff; Col- 
lege Choir; Y. W. C. A.; Collegiate 
Counsellors; Women's Council. 

Johnnie Mae Williams 

Major — Mathematics 

FT A; Camera Club; Y. W. C. A. 






Pearl Rita Smith 

Major — Elementary Education 

Camera Club; Newman Club. 

Heloyce Betty King 
Major — Physical Education 
Physical Education Club; Newman 
Club. 






Doris Anita Thatpe 
Major — Physical Education 
Basketball; Physical Education 
Club. 

Christine C. Wright 

Major — Elementary Education 
FT A; Sigma Gamma Rho. 






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Viola M. Hill 

Major — Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 

Evelyn M. Wright 

Major — Social Science 

Social Science Club; Collegiate 

Counsellors; Ivy Leaf Club. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 
WOMEN 



Baker. Claudia 

720 S. Madison Ave. 
Douglas 

Baker, Margaret L. 
Rt. 1, Box 55 

Mcintosh, Ga. 

Baker, Virginia Belle 
P. 0. Box 1007 
Sarasota, Fla. 

V Baldwin. Willie Mae 
2110 Bulloch St. 
Savannah. Ga. 

Belle, Lucy Mae 

P. O. Box 197 
Mims, Fla. 

Browning, Georgia Adeline 
Rt. 1 

Watkinsville, Ga. 

Bryan, Martha Gleason 
Rt. 3, Box 250 
Savannah, Ga. 

Campbelle, Orlease Delores 
Rt. 5, Box 72 
Townsend, Ga. 

Childers, Ruby Jean 
Rt. 2, Box 42 
Oliver, Ga. 

Chisholm, Margaret Theresa 

2231 Ogeechee Ave. 
Savannah. Ga. 

Golley, Jimmie Beautine 
528 Price St. 

Savannah, Ga. 

Darby, Idonia Johnson 
804 Waters Ave. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Deveaux, Gloria E. Wilson 
950 W. 42nd St. 
Savannah, Ga. 



Dotson, Lois Annie 
113 Jackson St. 
Baxley, Ga. 

Douse, Betty Louise 
P. O. Box 341 

Statesboro, Ga. 

Dunson. Helen Marion 
Rt. 2 
Franklin, Ga. 

Finney, Geneva 

1012 Emery' Highway 
Macon. Ga. 

Florence, Elease 
Rt. 2, Box 18 

Statesboro, Ga. 

Ford, Mary Agnes 
Omaha, Ga. 

Fortson, Mabel P. 

446 Second Ave. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Fuller, Elmus Elizabeth 
12V 2 Rothwell St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Gamble, Jewell 
312 Thompson St. 
Vidalia, Ga. 

Gooden, Colleen Myrtle 
P. O. Box 321 
Pelham, Ga. 

Green, Lillie Delores 

607 Jones St. 
Waycross, Ga. 

Hill, Lucy Kate 

Shellman, Ga. 

Hill, Thelma Louise 

311 7th Ave. 
Manchester, Ga. 



Hill, Viola 
Rt. 3. Box 7 
Richland, Ga. 

Holland, Marceline 
Rt. 1. Box 16 
Cobbtown. Ga. 

Holmes, Rethel E. 
Rt. 2, Box 44 
Cuthbert, Ga. 

Howard, Annie Ruth 
Box 32 
Ocilla, Ga. 

Jackson, Alma Baker 
Rt. 1. Box 69 
Mcintosh, Ga. 

Jackson, Mattie Inez 

480 Chestnut Ave. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Johnson, Lillie Belle 
Claxton, Ga. 

Jones, Mary Clyde 
804 Allen Ave. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Kelsey, Susie Mae 
P. O. Box 301 

Savannah, Ga. 

King, Betty H. 
25 Culver St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

LeGrier, Mildred L. 

231 W. Gaston St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lonon, Juanita 
2002% Ogeechee Road 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lonon, Mamie P. 
2002% Ogeechee Road 
Savannah, Ga. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



Lotson, Careta Rose 
540 E. Gordon St. 
Savannah, Ca. 

McGhee. Nancv Nanette 
306 Bubwell Ave. 
Adel, Ga. 

Mclver, Dorothy D. 
708 Price St. 

Savannah, Ga. 

McPherson, Wilhehnina V. 
Waters Road, E. St. 
Savannah. Ga. 

Manigo, Carolyn Marie 

830 Yamacraw Village 
Savannah. Ga. 

Manley, Mattie Ruth 

857 Little Short St. 
Macon, Ga. 

Marchman. Mattie Louise 

3 Bolee St. 
Hogansville, Ga. 

Martin. Alfreida Jones 
1018 W. 45th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Martin, Minnie Kate 
Leslie, Ga, 

Mercer, Margie 

Rt. 2 
Collins, Ga. 

Mitchell, Geneva Marshall 

961 Yamacraw Village 
Savannah, (ia. 

Mobley, Carrie L.' 
411 Walker St. 
W ayneshoro, Ga. 

Mydell, Agnes 
Eden, Ga. 

O'Neal. Viona 
Rt. 6. Box 192 
Dublin, Ga. 



Powell, Barbara Joyce 
326 Winthrope Ave. 
Millen, Ga. 

Powers, Dorothy Mae 
615 W. 23nd St. 

Savannah, Ga. 

Pringle, Jacqueline 

408 Third Ave. 
Vidalia, Ga. 

Prothro, Ora Belle 

Quattlebaum. Rita Jones 
522 W. 40th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Ridley. Ruby Jane 
14-D Tindall Heights 
Macon, Ga. 

Rountree. Gladys M. 
Box 70 
Millen. Ga. 

Ruff. Annie L. 
R. F. D. 2 

Mayfield, Ga. 

Shank. Rether L. 
803 W. 40th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Shaw. Alfreida Mae 
921 E. 38th St. 
Savannah. Ga. 

Sheriff. Alethia Marie 
143 Greensboro Road 
Sparta, Ga. 

Smalls, Gladys Myers 
536 E. Park Ave. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Smith, Mary Jane 
Rt. 3, Box 86 
Glennville, Ga. 

Sneed, Bobbie Mae 
Rt. 2. Box 49 

Smilhville, Ga. 



Swanson. Mary Alice 
403 Ross St. 
Douglas, Ga. 

Tharpe. Doris Anita 
421 Third Ave. 
Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Thomas, Gertrude Davis 
2219 Harden St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Thompson, Hattie Mae 
822 Washington St. 
Bainbridge, Ga. 

Thompson, Mary Lee 
403 W. 56th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Timmons, Irene B. 
R. F. D. Box 72 
Townsend, Ga. 

Thompkins, Rosa M. 
Rt. 1, Box 159 
Danielsville, Ga. 

Walthour, Dorothy Estella 

Rt. 1, Box 190 
Mcintosh, Ga. 

Wells, Doretha Kennedy 
Rt. 2, Box 48 
Claxton, Ga. 

Williams, Bessie M. 
109 Edwards Dr. 
Marietta, Ga. 

Williams, Johnnie Mae 
209 Everett St. 
Vidalia, Ga. 

Williams. Lurinda M. 
Box 6 
Midville, Ga. 

Williams, Lauretta B. 
1014 W. 41st St. 
Savannah. Ga. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



Wright, Christine Cheryl 
Waters Ave. and E St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Young, Minnie Mae Z. 
1014 W. 39th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

MEN 

Amerson, James Edward 
515 W. Gwinnett St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Bowers, Horace Pherow 
Hampton. S. C. 

Brown, Bobbie Maurice 

New Orleans, La. 

Burns, Harold Dean 

3206 Hopkins St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Byers, Claude Reese 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Carter, Adolphus D. 
626 W. 40th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Chriss, John E. 

New Orleans, La. 

Clarke, Elbert G. 
505 E. Hall St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Cogswell, Edward Johnson 
2218 Harden St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Collier, Arthur 
507 W. 38th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Daniels, Thomas F. 
Rt. 4, Box 97 
Athens, Ga. 

Dingle, Elmore M. 
903 Grosby St. 
Savannah, Ga. 



Fields. Harold B. 

742 Yamacraw Village 
Savannah, Ga. 

Glover, Wesley B. 
Hardeeville, S. C. 

Hall, S. T. 
Box 256 
Darien, Ga. 

Hardy, Joe H. 
1000 11th Ave. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Harris. Curtis P. 

209 5th St. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Hendrix, Daniel W. 

1054 \amacraw Village 
Savannah, Ga. 

Holmes, Theodore 
5005 N. Derbigny St. 
New Orleans, La. 

Jackson, Alfred 
Chicago, 111. 

Jackson. Eugene James 
509 W. 38th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Jackson, James Emmett 
R. F. D. 4 

Forsyth, Ga. 

Jackson, William Jr. 
Rt. 1, Box 69 
Mcintosh, Ga. 

Jackson, William Sims 
1412 E. 8th St. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Kelliehan. Isaac W. 

807 Lynah St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Kinsey, Ernest Douglas 
623 W. 38th St. 
Savannah, Ga, 



Ladson, Virgil Robert 
530 E. Gordon Lane 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lawton, Calvin Coolidge 
1012 W. 37th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Levy, John W. 

727 W. Victory Dr. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lewis, Benjamin F. 

949 W. 38th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lindsey, Eddie T. 

2825 Hood St. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Loadholt, Warren 

157 Yamacraw Village 
Savannah, Ga. 

Lofton, Hosea 

241 Lee St. 
Blackshear, Ga. 

Ladson, Harry 
2201 Augusta Ave. 
Savannah. Ga. 

McDaniels, Charles 
Chicago, 111. 

McLendon, Joseph 

2317 W. Broad St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

McLeod, Wallace B. 
Box 92 
Baxley, Ga. 

Marshall, Leo Albert 

730 Waters Ave. 
Savannah. Ga. 

Mike, Thomas, Jr. 

Rt. 4, Box 374-L 
Savannah, Ga. 

Mitchell, Vernon 
704 Russell Ave. 
Columbus, Ga. 



SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



Mosley, Benjamin J. 
Rt. 1, Box 90 
Summerville, Ga. 

Neal, James F. 
207 4th St. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Pogue, Clarence 
Chicago, 111. 

Quattlebaum, Benjamin J. 

522 W. 40th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Reid, Willie James 
710 W. Gwinnett St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Roberts. German J. 
1010 Love St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Sanders, Robert Jr. 
637 Oakview Ave. 
Columbus, Ga. 

Solomon, Joseph Henry 

1202 Lincoln St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Speed, Alexander Von 
236 Millen St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Spencer, Robert L. 
826 Wheaton St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Spencer, Theron 
623 Montgomery St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Taylor, Maceo II 
4612 S. Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

Terry, Herman Clarke 

Beuna Vista, Ga. 

Tolbert, Ernest 
82-B Tindall Heights 
Macon, Ga. 



Turner, Joseph 

9418 Oleander St. 
New Orleans, La. 

Walker, Emerson W. 
Apt. 2, Long Ct. 
Orlando, Fla. 

Whitehead, Vernon 

803 Crosby St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Wilson, Isadell Scott 
Eden, Ga. 

Wiltz, Phillip G. 

4836 Coliseum St. 
New Orleans, La. 

Wright, Ted Aurl Jr. 

Savannah State College 
Savannah, Ga. 




We shall always re- 
member days like this 
. . . When we went hap- 
pily to class and built 
daily our Shrine to 
SSC . . . 




^unions 




Alberta T. Adkins 

Savannah 

Arnett Anderson 
Hi n esville 

Minnie Laura Bailey 

Rome 

Maggie Battle 
Mount Vernon 

James Donald Bentley 

Vidalia 

J. Hue Blackwell 

Savannah 

Talmadge Anderson 
Dublin 

Beverly Ann Brown 

Savannah 

Ruth Margaret Brown 

Bainbridge 

Clifford E. Bryant 

Savannah 

Burnette. Lottie 
Alamo 

Ethel Lou Brown 

Mcintosh 

Frank D. Bacon 
Riceboro 

Roscoe Brower 

Thomasville 

Annie Grace Bussey 

Savannah 

Majorie Bynes 

Savannah 

Eloise Cainion 
Donahonville 

Mary E. Chatman 
Savannah 

Ruth Hazel Chisholm 
Savannah 

William H. Collins 
Savannah 








Bessie Lou Coney 

Dublin 

Chester Lee Conyers 

Bainbridge 

Ophelia M. Cummings 
Savannah 

Lee Mark Daniels 

Moultrie 

Juanita C. Florence 

Statesboro 

Rose Emma Gartrell 

Savannah 

Randell Gilbert 

New Orleans, La. 

Thelma L. Glenn 

Nicholson 



Annie L. Henderson 

Savannah 

Darnell R. Jackson 

Camilla 

Alberta L. James 

Savannah 



Juanita B. Jones 

Savannah 

Marjorie Jones 

Savannah 

Rosa Lee Jones 

Mcintosh 

Raymond Knight 

Savannah 



Marian Lewis 

Sylvan ia 

Joe Henry Lang 

Savannah 

Edith Macon 

Savannah 

Lathrine Miller 

Valdosta 

Prophet Dean Mitchell 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Marge Etta Mitchell 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Semon Vaughn Monroe 
Quitman 

Marvin B. Pittman 
Blakely 

Jason Ransby 

Newnan 

Gloria C. Reid 

Blackshear 

Doris Arnell Roberts 

Millhaven 





Mary Louise Royal 

Savannah 

Henry Scott 

Savannah 

Wade Medicus Simmons 
Savannah 

Irene Amelia Smith 

Brunswick 



Juanita Phyllis Smith 

Mcintosh 

Robert Herman Smith 

Millen 

James Henry Stapleton 
Wrens 



Henry Thomas 
Jesup 

Margaret E. Stephens 

Egypt 

Archie L. Stevens 
Dorchester 

Robert Thweatt 

Savannah 

Leon Davis Wilson 
Savannah 

Margaret Batehlor Wiltz 

Savannah 

Leroy Warnock 
Savannah 

Willie T. Williams 

Savannah 

Harry C. German 

Savannah 

Rudolph V. Hardwick 

Savannah 

George Thomas 

Valdosta 

Lottie T. Tolbert 
Savannah 

Geneva Catherine Hill 

Savannah 

Charles Bailey 

Claxton 

Ollie Washington 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

John D. Watkins 

Savannah 

Leroy P. Wesby 
Waynesboro 

John Wesley 
Waycross 

William Lumpkin 
Waycross 





In Physiology we 
study life — living or- 
ganisms; we study the 
functions of living or- 
gans and their parts. 





Sajihemeftes 



Willie James 
Anderson 





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Alphonso 
Arnold 




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Eula 
Armstrong 




Roy L. 

Allen 



Beautine 
Baker 



Oretha 
Barton 




Dorothy Bess 
Ethel Brinson 
Earl Brown 
Annie Lee Brown 



John Byrd 
Ernest Shelly Brown 
Johnny Carter 
Mattie Cliffin 



Joseph Victor Coaxum 
Mytice Coley 
Kharn Collier 
Hazel Collier 



Oliver Copeland 
Hilda Davis 
Lester Davis 
James Day 



Nathan Dell 
Robert Denegal 
James Densler 
Martha Dunn 



Rowena Edwards 
Eula Elleby 
Loretta Van Ellison 
Mary Faison 






Callie 
Famble 




Helen 
Florence 






Alna 
Ford 




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Margaret 
Florence 



Ruben 
Gamble 



Carolyn 
Gladden 




Rutha Mae Glover 
Arby Delores Gooden 
Mary Harvey 
Celestine Hamilton 



James Eschol Hill 
Fred E. Hicks 
Betty Jean Home 
Lucille Howard 



Perry Holmes 
Eula Mae Jackson 
Lester George Jackson 
Lillian Jackson 



Pearl Jackson 
Evelyn James 
Virginia James 
Myrtice James 



Corrie Johnson 
Eugene Johnson 
Fannie Lewis 
Lillie Belle Linder 



Charles E. Locke 
William Howard Love 
Lewin Manley 
Naomi Mitchell 



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Carver Leon 
Mariano 



John Benjamin 
Middleton 



Willie Clarence 
Parker 



Melvina Christine 
Paulin 



Lois Janet 
Parrott 



Rosa Lee 
Perm 




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La Verne Perry 
Marvin Pittman 
Frances Mildred Pridgen 
Rosa B. Pusha 



Anne Emmons 

Clarence Reed 

Julius Reeves 

Catherine Elizabeth Renfrow 



Bernice Roberts 
Curley Mae Roberts 
Doris Sessions 
Jacquelyn Seward 



Martha Sullivan 
Bernice Ryals 
Timothy Ryals 
Flossie Rucker 



Lula Evelyn Ransby 
Almaritta Shatteen 
Bernita Sanders 
Betty Simmons 



Evella Simmons 
Evelyn Simmons 
Audre Spells 
Ruby Stanley 






Cleveland 
Stripling 



Jestine 
Sullivan 



Mary 
Sullivan 



Henry Alonzo 
Sharpe 




Rutha 

Surrency 



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Catherine 
Thomas 



Hendris Thomas 
Magnolia Turner 
Bernita Washington 
Celestine Washington 



Nell Delores Washington 
Myrtice Warrior 
Emma Louise Wiggins 
Juanita Wilcher 



Dorothy Nell Wilcox 
Udell Wilcox 
Birdie Williams 
Curtis Williams 



Laurine Williams 
Jeanette Willis 
William Weatherspoon 
Archie Robinson 



AKAs enjoy a closed ban- 
quet during the celebration 
of Founder's Day. Mrs. Edna 
Over Gray,/past grand basi- 
leus of Alpha Kappa Alpha, 
was guest speaker. 





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Walter Florence, Jr. 
Ella Mae Fortson 



Frances Mae Baker 
Bernice Brooks 



Sampson R. Frazier 
Juanita Frazier 



Mary Felicia Chapman 
Ola Belle Cobb 



Roberta Glover 
Mildred Graham 



Curtis Cooper 
Leon Cooper 



Jimmie Habersham 
Floyd Harrell 



James Huey Curtis 
Shirley Demons 



Eloise Harris 
Julia C. Hendrix 



James Douse 
Florence Evans 



Genevieve L. Holmes 
David Hooks 



Thomas R. Evans 
Mary Fagins 



Farris M. Hudson 
Annie Mae Huggins 



Lottie I. Ferguson 
Julia Lee Finney 



Thelma C. Hughes 
Martha Jackson 




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Alex H. Meeks 
Gussie Bell Mincy 



Willie Bell Jackson 
Willie Mae Jackson 



James C. Murray 
Madeline L. Pelote 



Herbert Lee Jenkins 
Shirley L. Jenkins 



Thomas J. Polite 
Johnnie R. Ponder 



Arthur Johnson 
Frances Johnson 



Lois 0. Reeves 
Mildred Robinson 



John Johnson 
Charles Jordan 



Hazel Scott 
Porter Screen 



Elizabeth Jordan 
Laurine M. Lindsey 



James Shaw 
Benjamin Singleton 



Thomas Locke 
Clarence Lofton 



Odessa Small 
Betty Snype 



Alexander S. Luten 
Lillie Ruth Massey 



Gracie Stroude 
Francis Tharpe 













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Dorothy Guiton 



Annie R. Vauss 

Mae Veronica Walden 



Beatrice C. Walker 
Elmer Warren 



Willie D. Kent 
C. Latimer 



Aresta Waters 
A. M. White 



James Wiley 
Mary G. Williams 



Vermeil L. Williams 
Gloria V. Wynn 



Louis Young 
Geneva Mae Young 












Organizations 







THE TIGER'S ROAR STAFF 



Hosea J. Lofton '52 

Editor-in-Chief 

Annie Ruth Howard '52 
Managing Editor 



Hosea J. Lofton, Editor-in-Chief 



EDITORIAL BOARD 



Nannette McGee News 

Jolene Belin Assistant 

Annie Grace Bussey Copy 

Virginia B. Baker Society 

Sylvia W. Harris Assistant 

Charles McDaniels Sports 

Alethia Sheriff Eeature 

Clarence Lofton Art 

MAKEUP STAFF Dorothy Mclver, Timothy Ryals 

REPORTORIAL STAFF James Douse, Pauline ReiH, Nathan Dell, Archie 

Rohinson, C. Ester Freeman, Virginia Dansby, Beverly Brown, Carolyn 
Manigo, Jimmie Colley, Juanita Florence, Curtis P. Harris, Arthur 
Johnson. 

BUSINESS and CIRCULATION Raymond Knight, Chairman; Dennis 

Williams, Thomas Locke, James Douse. 

TYPISTS Ruby Childers, Acquilla Qauttlebaum, Carolyn Gladden, Rober- 

tia Glover, Margaret Chisholm. 



ADVISOR Luetta B. Colvin 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 




Left to right: Leon Wilson, Sigma; Careta Rose Lotson, Sigma Gamma Rho; Jewel Cutter, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha; Dorothy Mclver, Alpha Kappa Alpha; Maceo Taylor, Alpha Phi Alpha. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 




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^^ « Pearl Smith. Medicus Stmmo- J 

Lonon, Dean . Bea trice Warner, 

Brown, J uanita Frazrer, 



CAMERA CLUB 




7 ~- JWtt I PK^JL«JB«^ , Rrvan Thomas 

Treasurer; and W M 

Bowens, Advisor. - I ; 



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L. Allen Pyke. Director 

"Ave Maria" . . . the resurrection of the sweetness and light which man has created 
in memorable music . . . "Victory March" . . . the stirring cadences which spurred 
the team on to victory . . . The sound of voices blended in unforgettable harmony 
shall be ever recorded in our hearts. . . The flash of the drum majors, the clash of 
resounding cymbals, the dash of precise formations at Homecoming ... all these help 
us to erect our shrine to SSC. 



THE COLLEGE MARCHING BAND 



L. Allen Pyke, Director 





THE WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 

Hilliary R. Hati hett. Director 

The Language which music speaks is the language of all mankind. We sing . . . and 
the melodious song of Mans hopes, aspirations, and dreams breaks forth . . . We 
sing . . . and the world becomes one . . . We sing . . . and the Shrine of SSC becomes 
a symphony in our hearts . . . Through Music, the universal language, we "build a 
Shrine to thee . . ." 

THE MEN'S GLEE CLUB 





THE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB 



Elmer Dean. Sponsor 



Benjamin Mosely, President 



First row, left to right: Charlie Locke. John Byrd. Earl Brown. Fred Hicks, James Murray, John 
Middleton, Julius Reeves, Dennis Williams, James Hill. Second row: John Johnson, LeMark Daniels, 
William Weatherspoon, William Terrell. Elmer Warren, Odelia Carson, Henry Praylo, Mattie 
Marsham, Mamie Pickett, Helen Battiste. Third row: William Bloodworth. Stanley Whittley, 
Evelyn Wright, Whelder Bannamon. Fannie Lewis, Gloria DeVeaux, Benjamin Mosely. Prophet 
D. Mitchell, Marneise Jackson, Celestine Hamilton, Colleen Gooden, Eunice Primus. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



Mrs. Myrtle Mitchell. Sponsor 



Mary Harvey, President 



Kneeling, left to right: Elease Florence. Fannie Bryant, Mertice Warrior. Marjorie Bynes, Eula 
Mae Benton, Martha Dunn, Margaret Stephens, Seneva Slater. Rita Ouattlebaum, Audrey Spells 
and Loretta Williams. Standing: Margia Mercer. Willie M. Baldwin. Glorious Reid, Elorima 
McCall, Gladys Hart, Minnie Harley, Miss Christine Coleman, Helen Dunson, Mrs. Myrtle 
Mitchell. Mary Ford, Mary Swanson, Beautine Baker. Marceline Holland and Mrs. Martha Avery. 






THE COLLEGIATE COUNSELLORS 



Mrs. Ann E. Turner. Sponsor 



Margaret Chrisholm, President 



Left to right: Jewel Gamble, Annie Bussey, Jimmie Colley, Margaret Chisholm, Darnell Jackson, 
Evelyn Wright, Myrtice James, Beverly Brown. 



Y. W. C. A. 



Kneeling, left to right: Latherine Miller. Odeal Carson, Eunice Primus. Elizabeth Jordan, Juanita 
Florence, Alna Ford, Flossie Rucker, Bertha Langford, Doris Session, Henrice Thomas, Sally 
Woods, Miss Madeline Harrison, Advisor; Elease Florence, Mary Harvey, Pauline Silas, Lydia 
King. Maggie Battle. Shirley Demons, LaVerne Perry, Bernita Spaulding, Mary Shepherd, Maeniese 
Tool-cnn Taurine Lindsey, Ruby Stanley, Colleen Gooden, Minnie Bailey. 





THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

Seated, left to right: Joseph Turner, Foger 
Booker, Charles McDaniels. Lucile Brister. 
Secretary; Emerson Walker, Vice President; 
Hosea Lofton. Standing: James Campbell. 




Eddie T. Lindse) . President 

- Preamble to the Constitution of the 
STUDENT COUNCIL 

We. the students of Savannah State College, working cooperatively with the adminis- 
tration and the faculty of the College, responsible under the University System of 
Georgia for the proper direction of the institution in order to create a medium for 
the expression of liberty, equality and justice in accordance with the ideals of the 
College: to cooperate with the progressive movements of youth in general and to the 
traditions of the College which enrich our lives, do hereby adopt and promulgate 
these regulations for the government of the student body through the Student Council. 







The Trade Association is composed of all students in the Division of Trades and 
Industries. At the extreme right (first row, standing) is Mr. William B. Nelson, 
Director of the Division of Trades and Industries. 



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TRADE ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 



Left to right: Mr. Rutherford E. Lockette, Ad- 
visor; Leroy Varnedoe, Reporter; Leroy War- 
nock, Vice President; Eugene Jackson, Presi- 
dent; Littleton Miller, Financial Secretary; 
Frank Bacon, Representative to the Student 
Council, and Mr. Benjamin R. Singleton, Ad- 
visor. Not shown: Johnnie Powers, Treasurer; 
James Floyd, Chaplain; Nathaniel Edwards, 
Recording Secretary; and James Campbell. 




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Gamma Upsilon Chapter 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 

SORORITY 

Ascending. left: Margaret 
Chisholm, Pheobe Robinson, 
Myrtice James, Gloria De- 
Veaux, Jean Miller, Margaret 
Wiltz. Deceniling, right : Jew- 
Cutter. Mable Forston, 
Dorothy Mclver, Jimmie Co 
ley. Jewel Gamble, Anni 
Glowers. 

ipture a vision fair. 




THE IVY 
LEAF CLUB 

Left to right: Virginia James, 
Hazel Collier, Henrice Thom- 
as, Jewel Cutter. Dean of 
Pledgees; Nell Washington, 
Jennie Hamilton. Eve] y n 
Wright. 

Ivy Leaf Club, we are 

proud to say, 
You grow more dear to us 

every day. 



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Greater Service; Greater Progress 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was founded on November 12, 1922, in Indianapolis, 
Indiana, by Mary Lou Allison Gardner. The Alpha Iota Chapter was granted a 
charter at Savannah State College in November, 1949. Charter members were: Edna 
Ligon. Mattie Roberts. Julia Jones, Rose Lotson. and Christine Wright. 



Sigma Gamma Rho of thee we sing in chorus, 
Thy beacon bright shines clear before us 

Lighting the way to heights of great attainment 
Aims soaring upward until they reach the sky. 

Sigma Gamma Rho, to thee we'll cling forever 
Bound by ties of love and sisterhood 

Guarding each aim that will preserve our standards 
Lest we should prove unworthy of thy name. 



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ARCHONIAN CLUB 



Ze/o. He gather here 

To pay our homage to 

thee . . . 

First row, left to right: Mary 
Alice Swanson, Eunice Primus. 
Pauline Rekl. Second row: Min- 
nie Harley. Mattie Manley, Beau- 
tine Baker. Marcelline Holland. 





Delta Eta Chapter 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 

In our dear A Phi A fraternal spirit binds 

All the noble, the true, and courageous; 
Manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind, 
Are the aims of our dear fraternity. 

Kneeling, len to right: Wade Simmons, Eddie Lindsey, Willie Williams, Arnett Anderson, Chester 
Conyers, and Raymond Knight. Standing: Charles McDaniels, Adolphus Carter, James Gibbons, 
Rudolph Hardwick, Lillie Linder, Attendant to Miss Alpha; Jennie Hamilton, Miss Alpha; Annie 
Clowers, Attendant; Frank Prince. Maceo Taylor, John Watkins, and John Felder. 



THE SPHINX CLUB 





College days swiftly pass, imbued 

with mem'ries fond, 
And the recollection slowly fades 

away . . . 

Kneeling: Alonzo Sharpe. Standing, left to right: 
James Jackson, Thomas Vann, Alfred Jackson, Theo- 
dore Holmes, and Lawrence Shepard. 



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Gamma Chi Chapter 
KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 

Kneeling, left to right: John H. Camper, Advisor; Earl 
Brown. German Roberts, Alexander Speed, John Chriss 
W. Virgil Winters, Advisor. Standing: Curtis Costellio, 
James Zachery, James Stapleton, Horace Bowers, Semon 
Monroe. 

When all our student days are done and 

we from school must go, 
Still we will honor, love, and sing thy 

praises o'er and o'er 
We II live for thee, we'll strive, for thee, 

ive'll all they ways adore; 
We'll long for thee and toil until lie 

reach the Golden Shore, 
We'll long for thee and toil until we 

reach the Golden Shore. 



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Kneeling, left to right: John Wesley, Joseph Solomon, Thomas Daniels, Leroy 
Wesby, Claude Byers. Standing: Prof. Hilliary R. Hatchett, Talmadge Ander- 
son, William Jackson, Stanley Whittley, Robert Thweatt, Leonard D. Stewart 
II, Earnest Kinsey. 





LAMPODAS 
PLEDGE CLUB 



Miss Omega and attendants, 
1951-52. Left to right: Miss 
Bernita Spaulding, Miss Ber- 
tha Dillard (seated) Miss 
Omega, and Miss Evelyn 
James. 



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®tnega ?5i ?hi Fraternity 



OFFICERS 

Robert Thweatt — Basileus 

Claude Byers - Vice Basileus 

Talmadge Anderson Keeper of Records and Seal 

William S. Jackson Assistant Keeper of Records and Seal 

Joseph Solomon Keeper of Finance 

Earnest D. Kinsey Editor 

John Wesley Chaplain 

Leonard D. Stewart II Keeper of Peace 

Leroy Wesby Dean of Pledgees 

Stanley Whittley Parliamentarian 

Hilliary R. Hatchett, Jr. Advisor 

COLORS— Purple and Gold 

MOTTO — Friendship is essential to the Soul. 

FLOWER- — Chrysanthemums 




Kneeling, left to right: William 
Lumpkin, Earnest W. Jones. 
Standing: Joe Coaxum, John 
Byrd, Earnest P. Jones. 



RECEPTION LINE AT ACHIEVEMENT 
WEEK CELEBRATION— Left to right: Pres- 
ident W. K. Payne, Mrs. Payne, Dr. E. B. 
Williams of Morehouse College; principal 
speaker for the week, Robert Thweatt, Mrs. 
Thweatt, and Miss Omtga, Miss Bertha Dil- 
lard. 



ACHIEVEMENT WEEK RECEPTION AT 
THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY HOUSE. 





Gamma Zeta Chapter 
PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY 

Front row. left lo right: Harolrl Burns. Eugene Jackson. Willie 
Scott, Joe Henry Lang, Leon Wilson. Second row: Willie James 
Rcid, Virgil I.ailson. Wallace McLeod. William Jackson. Jr.. 
Charles Moultrie. Daniel Hendrix. 

CI LTl RE FOR SERVICE: SERVICE EOR HUMANITY 

The founders oj our uondrous band. 
In numbers though were three. 

Taught iileals high which soon 
Became a part oj every I'hi . . . 



CRESCENT CLUB 

I. eft to right: Archie Stevens, Frank Bacon, 
Hrnrv Thomas. 





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The pomp and circumstance 
of the Coronation ceremony 
. . . the regal beauty of Mary 
and Sylvia and Jewel . . . 
the light in the eyes of the 
spectators as they watch the 
festive parade . . . the pride 
of SSC as she witnesses this 
latest pilgrimage to her 
Shrine . . . 



The hushed expectancy of the fans as 
they wait for C. P. to kick off . . . The 
hiss of the expelled breaths as the ball 
goes on "down the field." . . . Here it 
is . . . The gridiron clash is on! Foot- 
ball and festivity — here is essential tim- 
ber for raising our shrine to our Alma 
Mater. . . 













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SCENES FROM BACCALAUREATE 
AND COMMENCEMENT 

The thrill of marching across SSC's spacious 
campus, robed in the traditional vestment 
. . . The inspiration brought by Mays and 
Dent and Lewis and Higgins . . . The joy of 
having the familiai faces of faculty members 
and friends who smiled and helped to quiet 
our racing hearts . . . 




The ambivalent feelings of glad- 
ness and sadness when we realized 
that this was the ending and the 
beginning . . . Our epic struggles 
to make all these things, buildings, 
faces, emotions, our very own — 
, our Shrine to SSC . . . 






Here is material for building our Shrine to 
SSC . . . We learn that education is not con- 
fined within four walls . . . We go to live 
with Shakespeare and Chaucer . . . We learn 
to manipulate machines that make commun- 
ication easier . . . We study the science of 
computation so necessary to modern living 
. . . We hear the words of great personalities 
and are better able to understand the com- 
plex society which is ours . . . All, all these 
things help us erect a Shrine immortal to 
Alma Mater . . . 



George William Allen, public relations representa- 
tive for R. J\ Reynolds Company, lectures to class. 




Business students watch demonstration of new 
Duplicator. 



Students in mathematics learn about the quadratic 
function. Mrs. Sylvia Bowen. second from left, is 
instructor. 



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SSOf Hat. 





We work in the Physics Lab. 



Sometimes a gleam of satisfaction will come 
into our eyes when we recall. "That was in 
our physics course." Once upon a night we 
shall again read the masterful prose of Swift 
and remember the respect in Mr. Fisher's 
voice as he introduced us to the Dean of Eng- 
lish satire . . . Then will many things become 
clear to us. and we shall be living Shrines 
to SSC . . . 




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Chemical reactions are carefully observed and 
and recorded by students in the Chemistry 
Lab. 





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Miss Careta Rose Lotson. Senior 
Savannah, Georgia 



. . . thy beauty is to me 
Like those Nicean barks of yore . 



Mis * Oej ore , p er 





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Beauty Pafiaae 



Miss Gracie Stroud, Freshman 
Greensboro, Georgia 




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THE 1951-52 TIGERS, TRAINERS and COACHES 



ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 



OUR COACHING STAFF 




Theodore A. "Ted" Wright, Sr. 



football 




Left to right: Al Frazier. Head Coach: John "Big John" Martin 
and H. F. Bowman. 



"Hold that line, and hit 'em low. man." 






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CURTIS P. HARRIS, E&T 
All SEAC End and Tackle, Trip- 
le-threat punter, pass receiver 
and blocker. 



ROBERT SLOCUM, HB 
All-American Halfback, All- 
SEAC triple threat Halfback. 



1951-52 GRIDIRON RECORD 

Home Games 

OPPONENT 

Elizabeth City 7 

Alabama State 12 

Albany State 12 

* Florida Normal 6 

Claflin .14 

"Benedict 33 

'mes Away 

Morris College 28 

Bethune-Cookman 51 

Morehouse College 6 

Paine College 6 

5, Lost 4, Tied 1. 

** Postseason 

Conference Standing for the Year — 4th 



Oct. 


5....... 


....... 25 


Oct. 


26 


26 


Nov. 


10........ 


. ...48 


Nov. 


17 


....... 7 


Dec. 


1 


13 


Oct. 


13.. 


15 


Oct. 


20 





Nov. 


3 


13 


Nov. 


22 


6 




Harris i 

ba ny s ' s t off fo 

a B*inat Al 




At the Moss Rowl Classic . . . what a game! 




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RAH! RAH! On to Victory under the magnetic spell of SSC's 
vibrant Cheering Squad. 




BOBBIE BROWN. OB 

Senior, New Orleans, La. 

Lettermon 



JOSEPH H \R1)Y, 015 

Senior, Columbus, Ga. 

Lettcnnan 



RANDELL GILBERT. C 

Junior, New Orleans, La. 

Letterman 



JOHN JOHNSON, T 
Ereshman, Vidalia, Ga. 



Co-captains Neal and Turner 




JAMES NEAL (left), III'.. Columbus, Ga. 
Senior. Letlerrnan. 

JOSEPH TURNER l.ijjit) E, Senior, New 
Orleans, La., Letterman. 




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WILLIE F. JOHNSON, KB 

Junior. Bainbriclp', Ga. 

Letterman 



ROBERT SANDERS. G 

Senior. Columbus, Ga. 

Lettcnnan 



11 VROLD TA1 LOU. G 
Freshman. Durham, N. C. 



MORGAN T1IARPE, E 
Sophomore, Hawkinsville. Ga. 





GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD 

(Scores to February 2. 1952) 

First row, left to right : Mildred Graham, Audrey Spears, Francie Howard, Margie Mercer, Thelma 
Williams. Second row: Bessie Williams. Martha Rawls, Dorothy Baldwin, Clara Bryant, Elnora 
Wright, Ann Ruth Howard. Third row: Mrs. Ella W. Fisher, Co-coach: Neta Belle Staley, Edith 
Ray, Doris Tharpe, Mary Faison. Oretha Barton, Eloise Cainion, Barbara Matthews. 

1952 SCHEDULE 




January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
January- 
January 
January 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 



Co-coaches Ella W. Fisher and Geral- 
dine Hooper finger the ball on the Gymn 
floor. 



17— SSC 
18— SSC 
21— SSC 


37 
42 
30 


22— SSC 


45 


23— SSC 

24— SSC 


23 
31 


25— SSC 


47 


26— SSC 

30— SSC 

2— SSC 

6— SSC 


27 
52 
32 


8— SSC 


11— SSC 


15— SSC 


19— SSC. 



Allen 


. 43 


Benedict 


35 


Benedict 


n 


Benedict 


33 


Allen 


... 35 


Allen 


.. 52 


Fla. N&I 


34 


Bethune-Cookman 


?9 


Albany 


34 


Fla. A&M 


36 


Fla. A&M 




Fla. N&T 




Claflin 




Ft. Valley 




Claflin 






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Varsity Players discuss techniques with Co-coach Fisher. Left to right: Ann Ruth 
Howard, Margie Mercer, Bessie Williams. Martha Rawls. 




DOROTHY BALDWIN 
Guard 





ELOISE CAINION 
Guard 



NETA STALEY 
Forward 




CLARA BRYANT 
Guard 





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ROYS' BASKETBALL SQ^ D Lawrence ^ 

BU . Chester Conyers, Forward 3 ackson , 

lt Ebbie Brazile. Forward; Ch« niels Forward ; C „u, 

Center; S A * ite Guard: 

Harris, Ouara, 
Paige, Guard. 



1951-52 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 
(Scores to February 2, 19521 



*Dec. 
*Dec. 
•Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
*Jan. 
"Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
*Jan. 
*Gam 



6— SSC 62 

7— SSC 44 

8— SSC 47 

14— SSC 56 

15— SSC 48 

19— SSC 51 

20— SSC 55 

11— SSC 63 

15— SSC 36 

18— SSC 61 

19— SSC 50 

21— SSC .....49 

22— SSC 74 

23— SSC 56 

24— SSC 52 

25— SSC 47 

es away 



Tuskegee 51 

Clark College _ 68 

Morris Brown 56 

Clark College 68 

Clark College 55 

S. C. State 38 

S. C. State 48 

Tuskegee 62 

Morris Brown _ 47 

Allen Univ 53 

Benedict 57 

Benedict 41 

Benedict 62 

Allen Univ 48 

Allen Univ 46 

Fla. Normal 45 



'Man 


26— SSC... 


30 


Betliune-Cookman 
Paine College 

Albany State 

Fla. A&M 

Fla. A&M 


53 


Jan. 


29— SSC 

30 SSC 


53 

57 


46 

56 


*Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 


2— SSC 

6— SSC 

8— SSC 

11— SSC... 
15— SSC... 


58 


76 


Feb. 


Claflin 




Feb 


Ft. Valley 

Claflin 




*Feb. 


19— SSC 

20— SSC 

23— SSC 

March 7-8 SEA 
Wilcox C 




*Feb. 


S. C. State 




*Feb. 








Z Tournament in 
vmnasium 






BOBBIE BROWN, Senior 
New Orleans, Louisiana 



CURTIS HARRIS, Senior 

Columbus, Georgia 



ALFRED JACKSON, Senior 
Chicago, Illinois 




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CHARLES McDANIELS, Senior 
Chicago, Illinois 



MACEO TAYLOR, Senior JOSEPH TURNER, Senior 
Chicago, Illinois New Orleans, Louisiana 




ALVIN PAIGE, Senior 
Jacksonville, Florida 




ROBERT SLOCUM, Senior 
Columbus, Georgia 



EBBIE BRAZILE, Sophomore LAWRENCE SHEPARD 
Neiv Orleans, La. Sophomore 

Chicago, Illinois 






Frank "The Rocket" Prince, 
internationally famous Pana- 
manian runner and Olym- 
pic contender, pauses for the 
camera. 




Frank Prince takes the mile relay at Alabama State Re- 
lays, Tuskegee. 





THE SPEEDY CINDERMEN 





President Patterson of Tuskegee and Coach Wright pose 
with SSC thinclads at the Alabama Relays. 



CURTIS P. HARRIS 



TRADES and 




INDUSTRIES 



To make the sound come forth true, we test on ihe Dynamic Demonstrator. 





Carpentry cadets construct the Press Box. an integral part of public relations, and 
indispensable at the gridiron contests. 




BODY 

CONSTRUCTION 



BODY and 
FENDER 




TRADES AND INDUSTRIES 




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The purpose of the Division of Trades and Industries is to train men for em- 
ployment: (1) as mechanics and technicians in the several skilled trades and in 
industry; (2) as teachers of vocational subjects and industrial arts in the secondary 
school; (3) as construction foremen and contractors. For those who desire to 
qualify as teachers of vocational subjects or industrial arts, or as technicians, skilled 
tradesmen, and contractors, this Division offers specialized training leading to the 
Bachelor of Science degree. For persons who want special terminal preparation, a 
special course is provided in the following: Automobile Overhaul and Repair: 
Automotive Body and Fender Repair; Electrical Maintenance and Installation: 
General Woodworking and Carpentry; Machine Shop Practice; Masonry; Painting 
and Decorating; Radio Repair; and Shoe Repair. 



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Learning how to operate intricate machines 
is a requisite in the Machine Shop. 




What makes the automobile go? Answers to 
this question are found in the Auto Repair 
Shop. 




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THE STAFF OF THE GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 

Seated, left to right: Mrs. Vera D. Brown, Clerk; P. H. Stone, State Agent for Negro Work; Mrs. 
Dora V. Martin, Clerk. Standing: A. S. Bacon, Assistant Supervisor, Negro Work; Alexander 
Hurse, State 4-H Club Agent; Augustus Hill, Special Negro Agent for rural housing; K. C. 
Childers, Special Negro County Agent. 



The Georgia Agricultural Extension Service for Negroes has its office at Savannah 
State College. Since Savannah State College was the first institution to offer training 
in agriculture and related vocations for Negro youth, this Service has maintained 
its office here since its inception. 

This Service directs all agricultural extension services for Negroes in Georgia. Among 
the areas of service directed by this office are 4-H Club work, rural housing, and 
farm and home improvement. 



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WILLIAM E. GRIFFIN 

Director 
Division of General Extension and As- 
sistant Professor of Social Sciences 



PROGRAM OF THE DIVISION OF 
GENERAL EXTENSION 

On October 15, 1947, the offices of the 
Division of General Extension of the 
University System of Georgia were 
closed, and administrative offices were 
moved to the campus of the University 
of Georgia in Athens. During this tran- 
sition a number of changes were effect- 
ed in the program for the Negro stu- 
dents of Georgia. There have been 
changes in the rules and regulations 
governing correspondence study, as in- 
dicated in the paragraphs which follow: 

COURSE OFFERINGS 

The following courses are offered by the Division: Principles of Economics, Labor 
Problems, Introduction to Education. Rural School Management, Nature Study, Chil- 
dren's Literature, Occupational Guidance, History of Education, Introduction to 
English Literature, Advanced Composition. American Literature. American Govern- 
ment, Health Education. United States History through the Civil War. History of the 
American Negro, Functional Mathematics, College Algebra. General Psychology, In- 
troduction to Sociology, Rural Sociology, and the Family. 

ADMISSIONS 

Enrollments are accepted at any time during the year. Students are admitted to cor- 
respondence study on the same basis as residents at the institution. The Division 
reserves the privilege of cancelling the registration of any student whose first papers 
indicate insufficient background for the course. Students who desire to use correspon- 
dence study for degrees should clear with the Dean of the college of their choice 
to be sure that they are registering for the proper course. Students in residence at 
any institution may pursue correspondence courses only on written permission of 
the Dean of the college residence. 

CREDITS 

Undergraduate non-resident credit is recorded with the Registrar of the college from 
which the course is taken. A maximum of one-fourth of the total requirements for 
a degree may be non-resident credit. Students are urged to complete their major sub- 
jects in residence. No graduate work is offered by correspondence. The Division does 
not issue official transcripts. 

TEACHER CERTIFICATES 

The State Department of Education has established regulations covering the use 
of non-resident credit for certification. Those teachers seeking advancement of 
certificates should write the State Department of Education, Certification Division, 
for full instructions regarding their individual requirements. 




MRS. MARY BEATON PEARSON 
Supervisor, Division of General Ex- 
tension 

B.S., Savannah State College 



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In Our Hearts We Build A Shrine For Thee 




Arna Bontemps. world famous 
poet and Fisk University librar- 
ian, lectures on the poetry of the 
Negro. 




"Kazooka . . ." And the rope went 
right through Betty's waist, as 
Fetaque Sanders demonstrated his 
white magic in Meldrim Auditor- 
ium. That's Careta Rose at the 
other end of the rope. By the way. 
Betty came out of the ordeal un- 
scathed. 



Attorney Sidney A. Jones, Jr., lec- 
tures to class on jurisprudence. An 
important facet of our Shrine is 
our everyday association with in- 
spiring personalities. 




"Noel. Noel . . ." Our voices blend- 
ded in glad harmony at the Camil- 
la Hubert Hall Christmas party. 



At a local hank, we heard a bank- 
er talk on principles of money and 
banking. 



Robert Charles Long. Tenor . . . 
After his January concert he stood 
in the receiving line and accepted 
with grace our sincere plaudits. 




The Chnstmastide and the College Inn 
son and a popular campus 
from our exams and enjoy 
the holidays. 



. A happy sea- 
haunt. Here we rest a bit 
a final get-together before 




A leader of tomorrow speaks, while today's 
leaders await their turns at the Annual Lead- 
ership Institute. 







Sen;„, 0t iey 



BEAUTY 
PARADE 



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Call for 

CLAUSSEN'S 
Bread Cake 




The South's Finest Since 1841 



A GREAT NAME IN CLOTHING 



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"Suits the South 



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PIANO 




Compliments of 

FOLTZ PHOTOGRAPHY 

PHONE 3-1062 
10 West Broughton Savannah, Ga. 



COIN MACHINE OPERATORS 
PHONOGRAPHS 

"We Serve All Chatham 
County" 

PHONE 3-2555 1209 WEST BROAD 

Compliments of 

JOE GARDNER 

Phone 
I 10 East Broughton Savannah, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

MclVER BARBER SHOP 

502 West Broad Street Savannah, Ga. 



Compliments of 

FREDDIE'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

708 WEST BROAD ST. SAVANNAH, GA. 




The SSC Campus at midsummer, 
A scene of unrivalled beauty — 
Majestic nature at her best — 
Yes, even Mother Nature smiles 
Favorably upon our shrine . . . 



Keep Georgia Green 

Help us grow more trees for tomorrow by 
being especially careful with lighted ciga- 
rettes and matches while in wooded areas. 
Thanks a lot. 




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SAVANNAH TRANSIT 
COMPANY 

824 East Gwinnett Street 

Phone 3-5767 

SAVANNAH GEORGIA 



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Shop and Save 

At 

KARPF'S 

Everybody's Fashion Store 
107 W. Broughton St. Savannah, Ga. 


Compliments of 

THE REVIEW CO. 

2 West Bay Street 
Savannah, Georqia Phone 5159 


Compliments of 

FRIEDMAN'S ART STORE 

116 WHITAKER STREET 
Phone 3-1321 Savannah, Ga. 


CONGRATULATIONS 

ALFRED E. BEACH HIGH 
SCHOOL 

O. L. Douglas 
Savannah " Georgia 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

Star Theater 

508 W. Broad St. Savannah, Ga. 


MEN'S QUALITY SHOP 

Joe Lesser 
24 E. Broughton St. Savannah, Ga. 


Compliments of 

MORRIS LEVY'S 

Savannah's Finest 
8-14 Broughton St., E. Savannah, Ga. 


CANN PARK SERVICE STATION 

1023 W. Victory Drive 
PHONE 9651 Savannah, Ga. 


Compliments of 

HALL DRY CLEANERS 

2325 Ogeechee Ave. PHONE 2-2454 
Savannah, Georgia 


Compliments of 

DUKES RECORD SHOP 
Phone 3-2555 

327 West Broad Street 
Savannah Georgia 


HEYMAN & SON 

Fashiontown Clothes 

for Men and Boys 

31 1 West Broughton St. Savannah, Ga. 


Compliments of 

NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL 
Lite Insurance Company 

706 W. Broad Street 
Phone 2- 1285 Savannah, Georgia 


"Best Wishes for '52" 
THE DUNBAR THEATER 

and 
THE EAST SIDE THEATER 


Compliments of 

THE VANITY RECORD SHOPPE 

465 W. Broad Street 
PHONE 3-9976 Savannah, Ga. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

ASHER SHOE STORE 

22 W. Broughton Street 
PHONE 3-8733 Savannah, Ga. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

LANG'S 

Three Big Stores in One 
PHONE 2-0060 Savannah, Ga. 



KENNICKELL 
Printing Company 



PRINTERS — PUBLISHERS 
Office Supplies 



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1 1 1 YORK ST. 



SAVANNAH, GA. 



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STORE 

Located at entrance 

to the College 

PHONE 9321 





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INSURED c:0 

460 West Broad Street 
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 




Leading Homefurnishers 

of the South 

Over 67 Years 

301 W. BROUGHTON ST. SAVANNAH, GA. 



Compliments of 

STOKES SHOE REBUILDERS 

Phone 9417 
806 Montgomery St. Savannah, Ga. 



Compliments of 

THE FRANK CORPORATION 

PHONE 4-6661 
322 W. Broughton St. Savannah, Ga. 




EDDIE T. LINDSEY 
Editor-in-Chief 



FINIS 

"In our hearts we'll build a shrine for 
thee", are the words embodied in our 
Alma Mater. The essence of this state- 
ment has been carried throughout the 
foregoing pages. The 1952 Yearbook 
Staff has attempted to present to you 
in pictorial form the stepping stones 
which are so vitally necessary in the 
construction of this precious Shrine. 

There is much to be derived from the 
intellectual and aesthetic features here 
at Savannah State College. These things 
will forever cling to the heart of every 
student. Each page expresses the senti- 
ment on the part of every student en- 
rolled at Savannah State College. 

The most dynamic Faculty and Administration serve as contractors for each student 
in that they help lay the plans to be followed in building the Shrine. The students 
are considered laborers in this endeavor, due to the fact that they carry out the plans. 
In short, the two groups, working together harmoniously for a common cause, have 
built and will continue to build throughout the coming years a Shrine that will inevit- 
ably become a beacon light in all these United States. 

The success of this edition, that is. anticipated success, depended upon cooperation 
on the part of everv member of our vast college family. The Staff wishes to thank 
Mr. Hatchett for his beautiful strokes with the pen and brush. We also wish to ex- 
press our sincere appreciation and gratitude to Mr. W. H. Bowens and Charles 
McDaniels for their photographic ability who have unquestionably produced some 
of the best photography that can be found anywhere. We doff our hats to Mr. W. C. 
Scott and Miss Luetta B. Colvin for their unceasing efforts toward the production of 
the 1952 TIGER. To these and many others too numerous to mention here, we say 
thanks for a job well done. 



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