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SOULS 

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THE 1973 TIGER 

VOLUME XXIV 

SAVAXXAH STATE COLLEGE 
SAVANJ^AH, GEORGIA 



ACTION 




Table of Cootents 



Dedications 4&5 

Feature 10 

Student Life 18 

Organizations 74 

Homecoming 90 

Featuring 114 

Greeks 126 

Sports 150 

Classes 

Freshmen 178 

Sophomores 198 

Juniors 212 

Seniors 242 

Faculty 278 

Ads 306 

Senior Directory 318 




FORWARD 



It is with high esteem that the 1971-72 Tiger Staff presents this years annual to each of you. Realizing that we have 
fallen short of our many duties and that we have omitted some of our professional touches, we are indeed hoping that 
you will forgive the shortcomings and at the same appreciate and enjoy what we as a working staff has compiled as 
your greatest "Souls in Action," for 1971-72. 

It is my sincere hope that this edition of the 1972 Tiger in future years will recapture some of the hearts and minds 
of those who lived and experienced the many walks of life at Savannah State College, during the moments, hours, 
days, months, and weeks of the year 1971-72. I wish to express my sincere gratitude to the staff and members whose 
time and dedication was so earnestly given in order to approach deadlines. 

In conclusion, I leave these words; "There may be gold and' multitude of pearls, but the hands of labour, I think, 
are the most precious pearls." Years from now, tuni to these pages and you may be able to recapture the happenings 
of 1971-72, "Souls In Action". 



Yours in Brotherhood 
Curtbert Burton, Coordinator 
Student Publication Staff 



DOrBLE 19- 






SSC has gained much from the forty-six years of 
service given by Brother George Henry Brooks. 

He has given much of his life and energy to fur- 
thering the philosophy to which the college is dedi- 
cated — improving our democratic society through 
serving the needs of man. Thus it is through the vein 
of such a man that the life blood of the college flows 
and contribute toward its growth and success. 

Therefore we humbly and gratefully dedicate the 
1972 edition of the Tiger to Mr. George Henry 
Brooks, who has been employed at State for 46 years. 
Mr. Brooks, we salute you with honor. 



-72 DEDICATION 











In the many years of continuous progress, there have been many individuals who 
have strived to make Savannah State College a more homelike and efficient place to at- 
tend college; but none have been more dedicatd than Mr. Homer Lewis. 

Brother Lewis has been employed at Savannah State for 30 years, and is considered 
one of the most reliable men on the Plant Operations Staff. It is with deep pride that the 
1972 Tiger Staff make this double dedication in behalf of Mr. Homer Lewis. 



SOULS IN ACTION 




I Got It! 



Where does this box go? 







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Things 
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When he speaks we listen. 




We share our thoughts. 



What are you going to do with it? 





Oops, are we really on Candid Camera? 




What's going on? 




Always together. 




A quiet card game. 





One, two, three little drummers. 













All eyes on SSC. 














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Can be almost as much fun as really being 
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Smoking? Uh-uh — ^on fire! 





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What a pass! 



We are the mighty Tigers. . . 





We'll back. . 





Should I ... or Shouldn't I? 



Good to the bone. . . 




What a way to go ! 



Here we go again. 





I hate that class! 








So nice I had to do it twice. 



Would Yon 
Believe We Study! 



Who got the copy sheet? 



Test Tomorrow. . . 





Look at me, you don't love me anymore! ! ! 




Let me see your license. . , 




@*(i!&@*° ! ! ! Don't step on my pants. 






I hate trees. 



Nothing to do but today! 




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Dr. Holloway of Ohio State receives award from Dr. Jackson, during National Press Institute. 



Makeis Presientationsi 




Dr. Jackson presents 1st place award for High School Newspaper. 




Dr. Jackson presents 2nd place award for High School Newspaper. 



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Student Life at Savannah State College is fun 
and pleasant for all. Black Souls in Action are 
what SSC stands for. 




NROTC DAY AT SSC 




"Follow the Leader.' 




Asst. Sect, of the Navy 
James E. Johnson 
Honored Speaker 




America, America. 




Your flag Doc! 



Your flag sir! 





Rear Admiral Edwin M. Rosenberg 




Asst. Sect. James E. Johnson congratulates Greg Harris. 







Mrs. Hardwick, one of the hostesses. 






No Sir! 



Mrs. Hardwick checks tables. 



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Mr. demons and Mrs. Wilson watch the 





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Who else is out? 




Say Cheese. . 




I told you it was a Bra. 





Practicing for the football team. Think he will 
make it? 



Two Bits, Four bits. Six bits, a Dollar all for the Tigers stand up and Holler. 






Come on. Now who's the prettiest. 



Why am I the one that always the last one to find out about the happenings. 




The teachings of Mohammad. 



They are interested in other things too. 




You'd follow her too. 





Everybodys' trying to learn. 



Miss SSC 



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AN]\U AL ATHLETIC BANQUET 





"A DYNAMIC team; 



Coach presents Awards to "Elevator Man" and "California Flash." 




Head table displays Awards 




Michael signs "Pro" Contract to Pittsburg Condors. 




\ugu^tus recei\ps Award for "Outstanding Publicity.' 





"Rob" receives "Most Improved Player Award." 



Victor Hill receives "Most Outstanding Player Award.' 



Players By Sea 




Presents 



Five on the 




Black Hand Side 



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All Fats and No \^ork for the=e pirh 




Ok, all together now, 1, 2, 3. 



SSC SXrDENTS 

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I>oc Rtall> Getting Down 



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Man quit acting the fool. 



CASCA ARRIVE!^ AT SSC 





Mrs. Sandra Chapman introduces Dr. Robinson. 



Dr. Robinson speaks to CASCA group at regular meeting. 



CASCA 

Campaign Against Sickle 
Cell Anemia 




You can tell the symptoms here also. 




They come in all types and shapes. 
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BLOOD MOBILE 



What's goin on next in this meeting. 




Your vein is hard to find fellow. 




Keep this on for a little while and keep cool. 



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How does that feel now? 
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JUXE COMME]\CEME]VT 





Dr. Jackson introduces State Rep. Bobby Hill, speaker of Com- 
mencement Exercises. 



Abraham Wallace receives the highest honor. 




State Rep. Bobby Hill speaks at June Commencement 




Dean Kiah presents graduating class to Dr. Jackson. 




Vincent Collier receives 



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Kool and the Gang 




The "Superbad" sound of Kool and the Gang gave the students 
at Savannah State a kind of "Escapism" from the "Hum Drum" 
activities of past years. These versatile musicians gave a perform- 
ance that surpassed any other performers. Kool and the Gang has 
a sound that was so "Funky" that it made everyone listening "get 
up and get involved." 



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Smiling Faces 




The President and First Lady greets Soul Sister of Jazz, Lena Home. 



CO-ED WEEK-1972 





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A TRIBUTE TO THE BLACK MOSES OF PEACE 

''Dr. Martin Luther King Day'' was highly honored by the students, faculty, and visitors, 
large attendance in the Memorium of a "Great Black Leader." 







A TRIBUTE TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. 



Who was this man 

that led the way? 
And let all of glory shine - - - - 

for a brighter coming day. 
Who was this man that said 

"Let Freedom Ring" 
There's no doubt in my answer, 

He's Dr. Martin Luther King! 

Yes, it was he who carried 

all of the heaviest loads. 
To put all of his people on that up going road 

For he wanted his people to live as they should 
To join hands with all men in Brotherlyhood. 

But now let*s venture back into time 

and into the olden days. 
When our forefathers and mothers 

all worked as slaves. 
You see. "Work" was the only thing 

that our forefathers knew 
They had to work until they died 

for they'd never get through. 

For when you would have finished 

with plowing Jacob's field. 
There was more cotton to be picked 

and more corn to be yielded. 
"Just work all day" was what your master said 



and if you did not work, 
You'd be filled with lead. 

Yes, that's how things were in the 

in the olden days. 
But from yesterday until today 

We've come a very long way. 
We've come a long way black people 

Yet we have so far to go. 
Since now we must destroy the signs of "Old of 

Jim Crow" 



Well God got fed up with the white 
so he sent for Martin Luther 

and he gave him a tool. 
This tool was called love, 

and God knew that one day 
It would carry Martin's people 

A very long way ! 

Martin knew that he had 

several foes and enemies 
But this did not stop him fron 

to Memphis, Tennessee. 
When on the hotel balcony 

Martin stood with pride, 
And a few seconds later 

Fatal shots were fired ! 



The bullets were lodged 
deep within his head. 
And everyone knew that he'd soon be dead. . . 
The people then cried, "Lord why, oh why" 
"Lord why did you let, 
our dear Martin die?" 



And God said, "I've been thinking. 

about his troubles and woe 
And I've decided not to send him 

away anymore. 
For I figured he was tired 

and that he needed a rest" 
We cannot question God, 

because he knew that was best. 

Well to this little story 

there's more to be added on 
But time does not allow me to elaborate 

nn the many fine qualities of this man! 
A man of DIGNITY. MORALITY just fightii 

and striving 

no matter what was the case. 
BLACK Brothers and Sisters, 

I don't think that Martin Luther 
Can ever be REPLACED! ! ! ! 



By Ve: 



Shelrie Merriweather 




"You got me going in circles.' 




"Look out fellows here we come.' 




I wonder who called me? 




Hey, how about sending one of those chicks this way. 




'Let me at least wipe my mouth.' 




Mmmmmm Good! 




Please, I don't even know you. 




This is all I have, do you still want piece? 




It was just my imagination running away with me. 




Now you said 2+2 is equal to What? 




Now, where are the other aces? 




Do you see how that monster fight? 




The more lunch for lunch bunch. 





Kenny receives honor award from Doc. 



Oh! No you wouldn't. 




On the outside looking in! Whow! 




Another Einstein in the making. 




NATIONAL 
PRESS! 

INSTITrX] 

1972 



Will you please type what's on the paper? 




Donald Wendell speaks. 




Bny, Do these guys listen to what goes on in their sessions. 




Wake up, fellow, this is a gook yearbook session. 



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Future, Newspaper editor! Really? 



College, Publication Editors. 




Broadcasting is our Business as 
Don Whitehead raps. 




22nd Annual Press Institute attracted more than 
500 students from high schools and colleges 
throughout Georgia and United States. Wilton C. 
Scott, Director for many years hosted the big con- 
vention. 



Keep this in mind, when editing your paper now! 



Lou Corsetti, raps to his group. 




Now, what's the holdup with the yearbook. 





Let's look at college papers from this point of view. 




Great book collection. 



Last of the good days together at the conference. 



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The 2lmt SS€ Annual 



National Press Institute 





The Process of Registration. 



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Leeta at the concession stand. 




It's been a long interesting day. 





Alderman Leo Center representing the mayor of Savannah. 




Mr. Wilton Scott introducing the guest speaker. 




The Speaker, Mr. Donald M. Wendell. 




A "Mighty Fortress," by the SSC Men's Glee Club, set the tone of the conference. 




The Head Table, Mr. Harold Jackson, Alderman I^eo Center, Mr. Robert Bess, Miss Bar- 
bara Bryan, Mr. Curtbert Burton. Not shown. Miss Janice Bryant, Mr. W. C. Scott, Miss 
Susan Lewis. 





Hello! I wonder if he saw me? 





Hi there! Come on man play. 



Don't be so mad please? 




Lost in the field of wilderness. 




SOULS RAP ON BEING BLACK. 




Oh! No, not me please 



Now that what I call a meal. 




Would you believe a COED DORM? 




The Marching Tigers Tuning The Victory of SSC at Fort Valley's Homecoming. 




March on Tigers! March on 




The Marching Tigers at practice. 
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Hot Pants! ! ! Moving on up. 




When you are second best you try harder. 




Make it Funky! 




Catch it, if you can ! 




In Deep Concentration. Finally! 



This is the life of our party. 



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It's not a personal check, it 
came from the state. 




Are they coming yet? This way is clear. 



Now what the h - - - is going on? 




Hold it steady now, fellows! 




The orange was the best of the meal! 



It must be close to lunchtime! 





Honorable Julian Bond raps to Black Souls of SSC. 



Joan, that punch looks good. 




This has to be the right certificate. 



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Everyone listens quite attentively to the program. 



Dr. Milledge raps to these Black Sisters. 





Future Black Soul Artist portraits work at SSC. 




Man! hope the rest of the fellows get here soon 




I Boy ! be glad when these guys get through 



Mmm. . . this taste good ! ! 




This is what we call Academic Fellowship. 




Reading is really my bag. 



Hey Pugh, dig those Black Sisters. 






'What you see is if'hat you get' 







Gail Merritt spectates. 



A prospective future Miss SSC. 




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Organizations at Savannah State College are de- 
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culture status. These organizations are basically on the 
free will status of all students. 




'Players by the sea.' 





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Accounting Qub. 




Seminar Afro Studies. 
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Lester Hall Dormitory Council. 



Veterans Club. 



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ROAR 
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SGA 



Student Body President Speaks 

As I look back over the past years, I can see the wheels of change 
put in motion. Things could have been better, but nothing comes to 
a dreamer but a dream. Our house is on fire — either wake up and 
put it out or lay there and holler. "Don't sleep through the revolu- 
tion." 

Power to the people 
Roy A. Jackson, President 
Student Government Association 



Roy raps to in-coming Freshmen. 




Roy and David discuss future SGA Plans. 



TIGER 




Curt Bruton. Student Coordinator 



Janice Bryant, Editor-in-chief 





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Curtis Richardson, Sports Ekiitor 



Fletcher Scott, Class Editor 



Leetta Lipsey, Business Manager 



Jeraldine Coleman, Associate Editor 





STAFF 




Barbara Bryan, Business Manager 




Eloise Bates, Secretary 




Ivy Page, Business Manager (Not Available For Photo 



George Q. Adams III, Layout 



Sara Wright, Typist 



Beverly McClendon. Typist 






Linnette 0. Page. Typist 



MIS' ^St r%£F*at 

Henrietta Carter. Class Editor 




Vera P. Mitchell, Typist 



Darryl Moss, Business Staff (Photo Not Available) 



Jacquelyn Boston. Layout 



Deborah A. Scott, Asst. Class Editor 






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Biolog>' Club (Photo not Available) 



YMCA (Photo not available) 



NROTC NAVALRETTE ( Photo not available) 



YWCA (Photo not available) 





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The Homecoming Court 




Her Royal Majesty and Court 
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New Women's Dorm capture First place in 1971 Homecoming Parade. 



1971 
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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity captures Second place with pride. 



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Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. 



Kappa Alpha Psi and 

Omega Psi Phi Vie for 

Second Place Car Floats 



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With Honor I Accept. 



Her Majesty the Queen. 




Her Majesty and Royal Guard Arrive. 




I Now Crown You Miss S.S.C. 




The Grand Ball. 




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We Don't Need No Music, 
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I Know You Got Soul, 

If You Didn't You Wouldn't Be Here. 



MISS SSC-1972 




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FRESHMAN ATTENDANT 
Veronica Merriweather 



SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT 

Sharon Sapp 



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JUNIOR ATTENDANT 
Joyce Gease 



SENIOR ATTENDANT 
Connie Jackson 



COROIVATIOIV BALL '71 




Miss SSC — Sharon Lewis and Court. 




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MISS FOOTBALL 
Rose Copeland 




MISS SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

Sharon Lewis 




A vision of loveliness. Beauty . . . poise . . . 
grace . . . Our Black and beautiful queen, Miss 
Sharon Lewis, Miss Savannah State College 
1971-72. Our queen is a native of Atlanta, 
Georgia. She is a senior elementary education 
major. Miss Lewis holds membership in the 
following organizations: Student Government 
Association, SNEA and Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, Inc. Her attendants are: Miss Fresh- 
man Attendant — Veronica Merriweather; Miss 
Sophomore Attendant — Sharon Sapp; Miss 
Junior Attendant — Joyce Gease; Miss Senior 
Attendant — Connie Jackson. All, Black and 
Beautiful queens. 




Andre Alston, Captain of the football team and Miss Lewis. 



Mrs. Jackson presents queen with flowers. 




Miss Sophomore Attendant — Sharon Sapp. 



Miss SSC interviewed by Don Whitehead of WLAC radio, Nashville, Tennessee. 




Dancers from the Academy of Black Culture. 





Sharon Lewis gives acceptance speech. 




Andre and Sharon first dance. 




Rose Copeland and Joe Harris. 



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Miss ITT 
Saundra Alston 






Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Carolyn Stubbs 




Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Doris Isaac 



Miss Delta Sigma Theta 
Jacquelyn Brock 



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Jan Stevenson 




Miss Omega Psi Phi 
Gilda Dawson 




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Miss Phi Beta Sigma 
Phyllis Williams 



Miss Zeta Phi Beta 
Lynn Bradley 



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Dora Burch 



Miss Art Club 
Pamela Anderson 






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Miss Marching Tiger 
Anthomeze Bentley 



Miss Social Science Club 
Doris Liggins 



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Miss Home Elconomic 
Brenda Thomas 



Miss Lester Hall 
Johnetta Bradley 




Miss Peacock Hall 
Gloria Woods 



Miss Lockett Hall 
Joann Boles 





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Miss New Dorm 
Brenda Sutton 



Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma 
Carolyn Patterson 




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Miss Torchette 
Evelyn Spencer 



Miss Sphinx 
Georgetta Dempsey 



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Miss Floridian Club 
Shirley Keaton 



Miss Tiger's Roar 
Jessie Howard 



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Miss Veteran 
Frankie Collins 



Miss Glee Club 
Patricia Douglas 







Miss Phi Beta Lambda 
Annie Woolfolk 




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Miss Mardi Gras 
Renee Merriweather 



Miss Junior 
Lyly Kirkland 




Miss Sophomore 
Melineze Logan 



Miss Senior 
Ann O'Neal 



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Gail Nelson 

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Sopranist 





The 

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Mr. Charles Alston 




Dr. Prince A. Jackson, Jr., President 

Man of Action, Man of Dedication 

Man on the Move 

Man of Many Ideas 



SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

state college branch 
Savannah, Georgia 31404 



OFFICE OF 
THE PRESIDENT 



The Savannah State College Family and Friends 
Savannah State College 
Savannah, Georgia 31404 



The 1972 issue of the TIGER is the finest that we have 
produced so far. It is indicative of the kind of students we 
have enrolled at Savannah State College. We take great pride 
and delight in saluting them for a job well done. 

The 1971-72 academic year has been one of greatness for us. 
We had Miss Lena Home as a guest of the College in August, 1971^ 
Julian Bond and John Lewis in February, 1972, and Congresswoman 
Shirley Chisholm in March, 1972. Each of these great Black lead- 
ers gave our students, faculty, and administration new inspiration 
and dedication. We saw the establishment of a student loan fund 
from which students could borrow without the usual "red tape" 
accompanying loans. We saw the seniors participating in interview 
sessions and in sessions designed to help raise scores on national 
examinations. We saw a "togetherness" which we believe will sig- 
nal a new era in the history of our College. 

We offer sincere and myriad congratulations to the wonderful 
class of 1972. We pray that God will continue to watch over them. 
We ask continued cooperation from those who will remain. To the 
staff of the TIGER, and particularly Editor Janice E. Bryant, we 
offer our deep gratitude for all of the hours of labor used in 
delivering to us the finest TIGER to show up yet at Savannah 
State College. 



Prince Jack|S®n, Jr. 
President 








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ALPHA PHI 

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FRATERNITY 



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Brothers of RHO EPSILON CHAPTER 
Archie B. Mjers, President 




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GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA SORORITY 

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Sorors of GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER 

Wanda L. Walker, Presideot 




Fall Line 1971 




Brothers of CHAPTER 

President, Rodolph Christian 



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DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY 




Fall Pledge Line doing their thing. 





PRESIDEIVT 
FRANK BYXES 




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Brothers of GAMMA PSI CHAPTER 

Henrj Lee Everson, President 





Soros of SIGMA GAMMA RHO 
Jacqueljn Rosis, President 



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PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY 

Herman Baker, President 




Brothers of 



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ZETA PHI 

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OMIE BRADLEY 

Preisident 




Sorors of RHO BETA CHAPTER 
Omie Rradlej President 




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AL FRAZIER— Athletic Director 



Al Frazier has now completed his Twenty Fourth Year of affiliation with Savannah 
State College. When he started out SSC had only four sports to contend with now 
they have six. 

Frazier attended A.E. Beach High School where he played halfback and quarter- 
back. He also attended Tuskegee Institute where he played halfback. He was an All- 
American in College and also was recipient of the Most Valuable Player in a Chicago 
Classic game against Wilberforce College. 

He has also served as Baseball Coach for three years at SSC and was also As- 
sistant Football Coach for a number of years. He took over as Athletic Director in 
the early sixties and once had to double as Athletic Director and Basketball Coach. 
He coached basketball before Leo Richardson came to SSC. 







JOHN H. MYLES 
Head Football Coach 

John H. Myles came to Savannah State when it was admitted into 
the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Myles took the 
place of Leo Richardson so that more time could be devoted to one 
sport by one head coach. 

He played his collegiate ball at Savannah State College where he 
was winner and was named to the Chicago Defender Small College 
Team. In playing army ball, he was offered pro contracts by two 
professional teams. 

Coach Myles is an alumnus of the college, having graduated with 
the B.S. Degree with a major in math and a minor in biology. He 
holds the M.A. Degree from New York University in Physical Edu- 
cation and Health Education and a Sixth Year Certificate from 
New York University in Physical Education. 

He has coached in the college ranks for four years. A coach who 
believes in fair play but also likes to win. Coach Myles with his 
football know-how will surely lead Savannah State's Fighting Tigers 
back on the winning side. 



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FRANK ELLIS JR. 

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WILLIE PIPPENS 
Interior Lineback 
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First Row: F. Scott, C. Jones, M. Owens. B. Fleming, R. Martin, M. Carthon, J. Lowe, T. Peoples, J. Woods, C. Moffett, F. Harper, E. Kemp, J. 
Pugh, L. Bennett, A. Kahn, C. Frazier, C. Ellis. Second Roiv: D. Jones, M. Parker, C. Lawrence, R. Wood, L. Hall, H. Kendricks, H. Laurie, J. 
Bailey, J. Gilbert, A. Grovenor, N. Duncan, A. Bryan, L. Tukes, J. Harris, D. Wardlow, H. Rogers, W. Hawkins, A. Bee, A. Alston. Third Row: 
Coach Ellis, Coach Mason. L. Sears. J. Dupree, G. Spears, M. Pollard, R. Gaither, E. Poythress, N. Hester, E. Johnson, M. Nunnally, A. Lester, 
D. Gleaton. R. Jones, C. Morgan, L. Carr, J. Gibbs, J. Singleton, M. Edwards, T. Dessasare, L. Garrett, B. Baker, C. Farley, W. Gregory, R. New- 
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M. Edwards, M. Pollard, J. Harris, G. Spear. 




Defensive Line; Kneeling: M. Parker, C. Moffett, J. Gibbs, F. Harper, B. Reynolds, F. Scott. Standing: A. Alston, L. Sears, J. Dupree, 
J. Pugh, E. Kemp, L. Garrett, B. Fleming. 




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GEORGIA INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

84 96 Morehouse College 

97 84 Fort Valley State College 

85 90 Armstrong State College 

MIDDLE GEORGIA CLASSIC 

90 84 Tuskegee Institute 

99 113 Shaw of Detroit College 

97 70 Alabama A&M College 

90 115 Bethune — Cookman College 

107 118 Alabama State College 

102 92 Alabama A&M College 

83 norida A&M College 

91 94 Benedict College 

67 85 Clark College 

68 70 Albany State College 

100 71 Clark CoUege 

84 79 Benedict College 

80 71 Bethune — Cookman College 

75 92 Albany State College 

104 118 Florida A&M College 

97 100 Alabama State College 

104 94 Fort Valley State College 

108 110 Fort Valley State College 

109 111 Armstrong State College 



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Player Games Total Points Game Avg. 

Beamon, George 17 89 5.6 

Harper, Frankie 23 388 16.8 

Tillman, Ronnie 23 291 12.6 

Wade, Melvin 22 177 8.0 

Williams, Larry 23 353 15.3 

Stevens, Kelsey 14 176 12.5 

Willis, Robert 19 106 5.5 

Moffett, Carlton 13 27 2.0 

Keith, Freddie 17 191 11.2 

Smith, Welboume 20 255 12.7 

Rivers, John 13 81 6.2 

TEAM TOTALS 23 2090 90.8 

Opponents TOTALS 23 2105 91.5 

As the Season closed the Tigers of Savannah State College, fell by the wayside, 
but a fight was well worth the season that the Tigers had. 

We, the members of the 1971-72 Tiger, salute Coach Michael Backus and his 
mighty Tigers for a job well done this season, and wish them the best of luck in 
the near future of the HARDWOOD season. 

Athletic StafF 

Coach Albert E. Frazier, Director of Athletics 

Coach Michael Backus, Head Basketball Coach 

Mr. Jimmy Wesley, Assistant Basketball Coach 

Mr. Augustus Howard, Statistician 

Mr. Wilton C. Scott, Director of Sports Information 

Mr. Nathaniel Ivy, Assistant Statistician 

Mr. Curtbert Burton, Student Sports Information Director 



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SSC TIGER BASEBALL TEAM 1971 




TIGER IN ACTION 



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Savannah State College Golf Team now in its second season, has done 
quite well both at home and on the road. Under the great coaching of Mr. 
John H. Merritt, the Tigers have been successful in making one of its past 
members a well known golfer throughout the state of Georgia, Florida, and 
South Carolina, who is none other than Mr. Jimmy Wesley. The Tigers had 
a great season this year and hope to be better. The 1972 Tiger Staff con- 
gratulates the Golf team for a well done season. 



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As Cross Country and Track season began, Savannah State College Tigers 
saw much improvement over previous years. 

Bobby Scott and Teddy Smith, along with other members of the Track and 
Cross Country Teams were known well throughout the SIAC. Scott and Smith 
coming in First place in at least most of the meets did a good job. 

According to Coach Richard Washington, Bobby Scott is considered one of 
the conference, and who he believes will make a great pro track star, as well 
as Smith. 

To both Bobby Scott and Teddy Smith, the 1972 Tiger Staff wish to express 
sincere gratitude to you and the Tigers of the Track Field. 




Mr. Theodore A. Wright, Sr. honored as the greatest Coach in the history of 
Savannah State College, and is presented a plaque of appreciation by the Student 
Government Association President, Mr. Roy A. Jackson at the Savannah Civic 
Center. 




David Foye, Vice-President of the Student Government Association makes a presentation to Coach 
Theodore Wright at the Savannah Civic Center as, President Prince Jackson, Jr. Roy Jackson, and 
Miss Savannah State College, Miss Sharon Lewis looks on. 



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Margin Castle, President 
Miss Merolyn Stewart, Advisor 




Bobby Adams 
George Q. Adams, III 
Carol Allen 




Merlinda Arnold 
Roderick Barhedhoe 
Ann Barnes 




Shelia Brown 

Lynette Brown 

Vera Brown 



Vickie Brown 

Janette Brantley 

Barbara Burns 




Judy Burke 
Rickey Burch 
Willie Byrd 



Gloria Capers 
Cynthia Carnes 
Cynthia Carter 



Virginia Carthon 
Rosalyn Chapman 
Ira Claiborne 



Catherine Clemmon 
Rufus Cobb 
Eddie Cochram 



Cathryn Cohen 
Thomas Cornelius 
Lynn Cross 



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Betty Culver 
Gary Cuyler 
Bruce Davis 



Estella Davis 

Vernice DeCotuex 

Laura Dillon 



Allison Dixon 

James Dixon 

Larry Duncan 



Barbara Eason 

Ardrena Elliott 

Elizabeth Emerson 



Clara Elmore 
Christellia Fitch 
Linda Flanigan 





Charles Frazier 
Diane Gates 
Debra Gibbs 



Janice Gibbs 
Jackie Gilbert 
Betty Gilligan 



Cathy Godber 
Phyllis Graham 
Shirley Groover 



Althea Hall 
Stella Hall 
Patricia Hamilton 



Karen Harden 
Gwendolyn Hargrove 
' Kathy Harrison 



Carolyn Hart 

Sandra Harrington 

Glenda Hastin 



Latrelle Haugabook 

Elvira Henderson 

Barbara Hill 



Sam J. Hill 

Spencer Hill 

Samuel Hickerson 



Sandra Hicks 
Barbara Hood 
Katrina Hood 



Gwen Hollimos 
Annette Hudson 

Wanda Huff ^i'-i'f 




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J'rankie Hunter 
Jackie Hunter 
^^^ Handy Huntley 



James Inman 
Brenda Ivory 
Nathaniel Ivy 



Barbara Jackson 
Elijah Jackson 
Shirley Jackson 



Ernestine James 
LaYerne Jenkins 
Lemanuel Jenkins 



Marlena Jenkins 
Brenda Johnson 
Claudette Johnson 



Patience Johnson 

Gwen Johnson 

Marion Johnson 



Harvey Jones 
Loraine Jones 
Lynette Jones 



Matthew Jones 
Sherry Joseph 

Billy Kelly Mi 



Doris Key 

Gail Kimbro 

Collette Ladson 



Elizabeth Lemon 
Stanley Lester 
Leetta Lipsey 




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Phyllis Mackey 
Evelyn Marshall 
Sam Maxwell 




Virgil Mayo 
Celica Members 
Veronica Meriweather 



Abram McCoy 
Janis McCoy 
Cassandra McDuffie 



Marilyn McPherson 



David Miller 



Jackie Miller 



Lorene Mincey 
Edward Mines 
Ivan Mitchell 



Walter Morgan 

Vivian Neal 

Janice Nevels 



Theresa Ovfens 

Vernon Pate 

Roosevelt Patterson 



Calvin Paulk 

Gloria Pickney 

Sylvia Pitts 



Frances- Polite 
Dawn Porter 
Linda Praylo 






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Benny Rice 



Ardell Richardson 




Nina Rickenbacker 
Frances River 
Emmie Robinson 



Marie Sanders 
Thomasina Scarver 
Deborah Scott 



NeUy Sellers 
Van Sharp 
Karen Shellman 



lassac Shurbert 

Charlesetta Sinjmons 

Gail Simmons 



Charlotte Smalls 

Jimmie Nell Smith 

Luevonia Smith 



Walter James Smith 

Betty Sneed 

Carolyn Snipe 



Vema Solomon 

Dora Stanley 

Joan Steele 



Barbara Stewart 

Gail Stowers 

Velmon Torrence 




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Mary Vaughn 
Theresa Walden 
Geneva Walker 



Frances Washington 
Gloria Washington 
Annie Mae Wiggins 



Alfred Williams 
Angela Williams 
Beverly Williams 



Blanche Williams 
Carolyn Williams 
Charlene Williams 



Henrietta Williams 

Stan Williams 
Sylvia Williams 



June Wilson 

Otis Wilson 

Rosalyn Wilson 



Rose Wimberly 

Queen Esther Winn 

Mary Woodard 



Lavona Yancey 
Carolene Kinsey 










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Jimmj Gaaldeit, Class President 
Mr. Paal Smith, Advisor 







Calvin Aberty 
Delia R. Allen 
Sylvia Allen 



Aolna Anderson 
Addis Argrow 
Anette Barnes 






Vernice Barnes 
Eloise Bates 
Olsa Bates 



Alfeedia Belliner 

Robert Benjamin 

Alfred Beny 



Dorothy Boles 

Lynette Bowers 

R. C. Bright 



Tyrone Brinkley 
Curtis Brown 
Christa Brown 



Reginal T. Bryan 

Charlene Butler 

Jackie Burch 



Barbara Bush 

Benjamin Bush 

Cassandra Campbell 





Larry Carroll 
Mitches Carthon 
Louis Cochran 



Cynthia Champion 
Paul Conyer 
John Couch 



Mary Cooper 
Randy Craig 
Helen Cummings 



Joyce Davis 
Wanda Davis 
Gregory Delegal 



Connerl Deadwylee 
Georgetta Dempsey 
Sandra Dious 



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Yvonne Dixon 
Lucille Emerson 
MartKa Fleming 



Howard Frazier 
Joyce Frazier 
Linda Fuller 



Vernah Gary 

Ruth Germa 

Samuel Graham 



Carolyn Grant 

Mary Green 

Vivian GrifiSn 



Faith V. Goff 
Brenda Goover 
Ruth Goldwire 




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Bonnie Hall 
Gloria Harris 
La Dora Harris 



Patricia Hart 
Victoria Hayes 
Linda Heidt 




Carolyn Henry 
Mary Hudson 
Rose Hudson 



Geneva Hughes 
Josephine Hughes 



Andrain Jackson Jr. 



Rosalyn Jackson 

Lariy James 

James Jenkins 



Lenore Jett 

Brenda Johnson 

Eddie Johnson 



Florence Johnson 
Joyce Johnson 
Mary Johnson 



J. Linda Jones 
Ronald Jones 
Vernon Jones 



Florence Kelly 

Linda King 

Dorris Liggin 




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Deborah Lockett 
Melinese Logan 
Wilbert May 



Ranie Merriweather 
Napoleon McClary 
Calvin Miller 



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Johnny Miller 
Marcella Mitchell 
Jannifer Moore 



Glenda Morgan 
Sandra Morris 
Mary Morrison 



Ruby Mungin 
Connie Murray 
Lynn Nonce 



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Ernestine Natson 
Garrison Neely 
Janice Norman 



Martha Odgen 

Audrey Oliver 

Catherine Oliver 



Veronica Oliver 

Virginia Parrish 

Rosemary Peebles 



Carolyn Pickett 

Elijah Poythress 

Ronnie Pugh 



Juanita Richardson 

Eleanor Roberts 

Ejnest Roberts 





Gloria F. Roberts 
Louise Roberts 
Arvella Robinson 



Linda Robinson 
Joyce Robinson 
Margaret Robinson 



Bernard Russell 
Isabelle Sanders 
Sharon Sapp 



Charlotte Seabrook 
Millie Seabrook 
Shirley Seward 



Phillis Simons 
Sarah Simmons 
Carol Simpson 



Frederick Sloan 

Gwendolyn Small 

Merily Small 



Diane Smiley 
Cheryl Smith 
Tyrone Smith 



William Smith 

Phyllis Smoak 

Wilcher W. Spike 



Geneva Stewart 

Jerome Stravass 

Morris Strongfield 



Carolyn Stubbs 
Patricia Swift 
Clarie Taylor 




209 




Constance Thomas 
La Rose Thomas 
Williams Thomas 



Frankie Thompson 
John Thompson 
Blanche Truedell 



Leon Tugman 
Genera Turmon 
Angela Wallace 



Peggy Ward 
Barbara Wamock 
Jesse Washington 



Belinda West 
Modia Whitehead 
Pearl Wilbon 



Verdine Wilcox 
Carolyn Williams 
Charlie Williams 



La Blanche Williams 

Mary Williams 

Mickey Williams 



Regenia Williams 

Virginia Williams 

Mary Wimberly 



Albert Wipple 
Jerome Woody 
Naomi Wright 



Rose Wynn 
Florence Branch 







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Shirley Aaron 




Sandra Alston 




Carlton Anderson 







Davida Anderson 




Marian Anderson 




Roberta Anderson 






Diane Balkon 



Vernita Baker 



Michele Bacon 






Annthonese Bentlev 



Mary Becton 



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Annie K. Benton 




Thomas Berry 





Omie Bradley 




Wilmotine Brisbane 




Benj Brown 





Eunice Brown 




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Leonard Brown 



Beverly Brown 



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Dora A. Burke 



Benjamin Bruce, Jr. 



Ronald Broxton 




Randy Butler 




Melvin Bynes, Jr. 




Judy Byrd 




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Donald Campbell 




Rose Cannady 




Etta Mae Cason 




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Diane Clay 



Thomas Chisholm 






John Collier, Jr. 



Diane Clemmons 




Kenneth Delegol 




Charles Dennard 




Carolvn Duncan 





Robert Enenhart 




Harriet Ellis 



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Eva Ficklin 



Beverlv Evelet^e 



Arthur Epps 






John Folson 



Patricia Fleming 



Lindsey Fleming 



221 




Joseph Fryerson 




Walter Gaskin 







Howard Germany 




Wilhelminia Gill 




Louise Gilliard 




John Glenn 






Leonard Greene 



Binnie Goolsby 



Janver Golden 






Odell Hannah 



Herbert Hall 



Barbara Hall 




Jacob Harmon 




Wanda Harris 




Dennis C. Hendry 




Linda Hough 




Jessie Howard 




Everette Hoggins 






Barbara Janrhette 



Doris Isaac 



David Hunter 






Jessie Jones 



Denice Johnson 



Alberta Jones 




Maxine Jones 




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Ollie Keaton 




Winston Keaton 




J. C. Kennedy 




Brenda Kina 




Debra King 



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Lavon Korgagary 



Lillie Kirkland 





Deloris McCullough 




Sara Mcintosh 



Mildred Lawrence 




John Mattox 




Mae Maddox 




Marian May 




James McClendon 




Alonza Miller 




Minnie Milkell 



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Patricia Mosley 



Bennv Moore 



Ronald Mikell 






Paulette Owens 



Solomson Myers, III 



Shirley Mosley 




Ivy Page 




Benjamin Perry 




Randolph Powell 




Emmett Ramsey 




Emery Ramsey 




Regina Ray 



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Shirley Reynolds 



Diane Nelson 



Billy Redmond 






Terry Romanski 



Patricia Rogers 



John Hill 



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Mellissa Ross 




Shirley Ross 







Geraldine Russell 




Mattie Russell 




Earl Ryals 




Debra Ryan 





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Eddie Seabrooks 



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Zetter Slappy 




Ronald Smart 




Andrea Smith 




Barbara Smith 




Hazel Smith 




Teddy Smith 






Timothy Steele 



George Spear 



Mary Solomon 






Brinnie Thomas 



Brenda Thomas 



Anton Taylor 




Lawrence Thomas 




Rita Tyler 




Bernard Walker 




Jackie Wallace 





Georgette Washington 




Larry Washington 





Sondra Washington 




Eugene White 




Gwen West 




Frances White 



Herman West 



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Linda White 




Marvelenia White 





Bettv Wilbonn 




Melvin Wilkerson 




Addie Wilkins 





Dwicrht Williams 




Marv Willi 



Loddie Williams 






Charlotte Woodard 



Sherrie Winired 



Man H. Willis 




Cornelius Wooten 




Carlton Wyatt 




Bettv Zeigler 




Fletcher Scott 




Geraldine Eberhart 



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Donald J. Adams 
Accounting 




Alfred L. Alston 
Electronics Engineering Technology 






Herman Anderson 
Electronics Engineering Technology 



Lena Anderson 
Mathematics 



Lois Anderson 
Dietetics 






Willie M. Ashley 
Biology 



Fredericka T. Bacon 

Sociology 

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Evalina Bailey 
Textiles and Clothing 




MOST OUTSTANDING SENIOR'S 1971-72 
ART EDUCATION 



Harry Mays 




Mary Palmer 




Henry L. Baker 
Biology 



Herman Baker 

Social Studies 



Olivia G. Banks 
Elementary Education 





Ulysses Banks. Ill 
Music Education 



Alice Barnwell 
Dietetics 



Elizabeth J. Baulkmon 
Spanish 






Pearl Baxley 
Business Education 



Beverly A. Bed good 
Elementary Education 



Jesse L. Blake 
Industrial Arts Education 





Vivian A. Blake 
Elementarv Educatior 



Precious D. Bolton 
Business Administration 



Linda V. Boyd 
Business Administration 






Frank Brown 
Mathematics 



Georgie B. Brown 
Elementary Education 



Gwendale D. Brown 
Elementary Education 





Henrietta Brown 
Sociology 



Louwana Brown 
Business Administration 



Sandra K. Brown 
Mathematics 






Tyrone A. Brown 
Accounting 



Larry J. Bryan 
Mathematics 



Shirley Brundrage 
Biology Education 





Abertha Burton 
Dietetics 



Frank H. Bynes 
Biology 






Gwendolyn Campbell 
Business Administration 



Veronica Campbell 
Dietetics 






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MOST OUTSTANDING SENIOR'S 1971-1972 
BIOLOGY 





Lonnie Crawford 



Betty Allen 




Charles D. Carson 
Sociologv 



Henrietta Carter 

Criminal Justice 

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Patricia Carter 
Elementary Education 





Willie Cason 
Business Administration 



Bruce Celestine 
Physical Education 



Sharlene Christmas 
Social Studies 




Jeraldine Coleman 
Elementary Education 



Frankie H. Collins 
Social Studies 



Elouise E. Cooper 
Business Administration 




Patricia Cooper 
English 




Sarah E. Cummings 
Textiles and Clothing 

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Doris B. Curry 
Accounting 




Robert Cutter 
Mechanical Technology 



Leonard Daggett, Jr. 
Business Administration 



Joyce C. Davis 
Sociology 




Gilda Dawson 
Sociology 



Joyce Dismuke 
Business Education 



Cleveland L. Doyle 
Industrial Arts 




Delores H. Dumas 

Sociology 



James Dupree 
Physical Education 



Malenthia Ellison 
Education 




Henry L. Everson 
Electronics Engineering 



Mary E. Farrar 
Business Education 



Elizabeth C. Fields 
Elementary Education 






Claradean Fletcher 
Elementary Education 



Raymond Fletcher 
Social Studies 



Eddie L. Forehand 
Accounting 






Brenda J. Foston 
Elementary Education 



Elizabeth F. Era 
Sociology' 

252 






Gertrude M. Frazier 
Business Administration 




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CHEMISTRY 

James Kenney (not shown) 




Freddie Cooper 




OUie V. Frazier 
Dietetics 



Larry Garrison 
Mathematics 





Gloria Gibson 
Business Administration 



Joyce M. Gillis 
Elementary Education 






Cassandra Grant 
Sociology 



Bessie P. Green 
Sociology 



Carolyn Green 
History 





Betty L. Greene 
Elementary Educatii 



Dorothy Haggray 
English 



Shirley Hall 
Home Economics 




Gloria V. Harden 
Business Administration 



Carolyn Harmon 
Business Administration 



Gloria J. Harris 
Sociology 




Daniel R. Harris 
Electronics Technology 



Thomas L. Harris 
Electronics Engineering Technology 



Juanita Hazzard 
Business Administration 





Barbara Hicks 


Aurico Hill 




Doretha Hindsman 


Biology 


Mechanical Engineering Te 
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chnology 


Elementary Education 





Dorothy Hollinger 
Business Education 



Joyce A. Hollinger 
Mathematics 



Claude Hollinshead 
Industrial Arts 




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Bernus E. Holmes 
Criminal Justice 



Charles H. Holmes 
Elementary Education 



Roberta Hood 
Elementary Education 








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Elementarv Education 



Elaine Huckabee 
Elementary Education 



Shirley A. Hudson 
Business Administration 




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CRIMINAL JUSTICE 



Harry B. James, III 




Henrietta Carter 




Betty J. Hughes 
Phvsical Education 



Brenda Hughess 
Elementary Education 

257 



Beverly A. Hunter 
Sociology 






Patricia Hunter 
Socioloev 



Margie Inman 
Elementarv Education 



Mitchell Inman 
Business Administration 





Bernice Jackson 
Criminal Justice 



Jeanette Jackson 
Sociology 



Larry G. Jackson 
Industrial Arts Education 




Martha Jackson 
Business 



Sarah Jackson 
Dietetics 





Dora J. Jakes 
Music Education 



Harry B. James, III 



Winderfert I. Jenkins 
Mathematics 





Bonnie L. Johnson 
Elementary Education 



Celestley A. Johnson 
Physical Education 



Clarence L. Johnson 
Sociology 






Gloria D. Johnson 


Gloria E. Johnson 


Juanita Johnson 


Elementary Education 


Criminal Justice 
259 


Business Education 





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Sarah N. Johnson 
Mathematics 



Charles C. Jones, Jr. 
Electronics Engineering 



Leila M. Jolly 
Business Education 





Elmarie Jordan 
Textiles and Clothing 



Kate M. Kennedy 
Elementary Education 



Waedene T. Keye 
French 






Aminullah Khan 
Electronics Engineering 



Beverly A. Kiett 
English 



Robert King 
Physical Education 



260 



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Debra J. Kinsey 
Business Administration 




MOST OUTSTANDING SENIORS 1971-1972 
Dietetics and Institutional Management 




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Melvin McCarr 
Sarah Jackson 





Karen L. Lashley 
Music Education 



Brenda E. Logan 
English 



Jeannette Mack 
Criminal Justice 



261 





Shirley A. Mack 
Elementary Education 



Berneta S. Mackey 
Physical Education 



LaVerne R. Madison 
Sociology 






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James E. Marsh 
Electronic Enfiineering 



Betty L. Martin 
Social Studies 



Alonzo M. McCarr 
Dietetics 






Jacquet McClendon 
Physical Education 



Sandra McCord 
Business Education 



Larry McDonald 
Physical Education 




Velman D. McKenzie 
Sociology 




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ECONOMICS 



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David E. Foye 



Josie Y. Meeks 
Business Education 




Veronica A. Merritt 
Elementary Education 



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Princetta K. Mincey 

Elementary Education 

263 



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Clarence L. Mitchell 
Electronics Engineering 




Mary E. Mitchell 
Business Administration 



Eugenia Morgan 
Elementar>' Education 



Belma Jean Moore 
Elementar\' Education 





Sarah Morrison 
Elementarv Education 



Isaiah Muchinson 
Accounting 



Deborah Murray 
Elementar)' 






.limmie Musgrow 
Sociology 



Bertha M. Neeley 

Business Administration 

264 



Jacquline Nugin 
Business Administration 




Jacquelyn Nunnally 
Elementary Education 



Adolphus Oglesby 
Math 





Catherine Oxendine 
Elementary Education 



Katherleen Oxenddne 
Elementary Education 



Jane Parrish 
Business Administration 




Robert A. Patillo, Jr. 
Electronics Engineering 



Donald Phoenix 
Business Administration 

265 



Eveina Pii'knr 
Sociology 







Celestine Pringle 
English 



Dwight Jerome Pugh 
Physical Education 



Verdell Pugh 
Business Administration 






Donnie C. Reeves 
Social Science 



Julius Reeves 
Chemistry 












Bertha Reynolds 
Elementary Education 

266 



Curtis Richburg 
Physical Education 



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Shirley Keeton — Physical Education 



Leonard Garett — Physical Education 






Cheryl Roberts 
Elementary Education 



Deloris Roberts 
Social Studies 

267 



Gloria Roberts 
Sociology 





Linda Romaski 
Elementary Education 



Jacquelyn Ross 



Mary Russell 
Elementary Education 




Johnnie L. Sanders 
English 




Jeraldine Saures 
Business Education 




Rosalyn Scott 
Elementary 




Brenda Shoultz 
English 

268 



Catherine Smalls 

Sociology 




Arthelia Smith 
Elementary Education 



Diane Smith 
Elementary Education 



Majorie Smith 
Elementary Education 




Patricia Smith 
Elementary Education 




Pearl Steel 
usinefs Administration 




Gwendolyn Stewart 
English 




Essie Stewart 

English Literature and Language 

269 



Frances Stewart 
Elementary Education 





Brenda Sutton 
English 



Thomas Thaxton 
Sociologv 



Brenda Thomas 
Dietetics and In^titutionals Management 





Gwendolyn Thomas 
Social Studies 



Joanne Thomas 
Elementary Education 



Raymond Thomas 
Accounting 






Dollie Thompson 
Business Education 



Aretha Timmons 
Sociology 



George Turner 
Economics 



MOST OUTSTANDING SENIORS 1971-1972 




Lena Anderson — Math 




Barbara Umble 
Textiles and Clothing 



Carrie Victum 
Elementar\' Education 



James Walker 
Dietetics and Institutionals Management 






Janice Walker 
Elementary Education 



Abraham Wallace 
Biology 



Atlean Walace 
English 




Eddie L. Wallace 
Physical Education 





Patricia Ward 
English 





Delois Way 
Physical Education 



Earline Wesley 
Sociology and Criminal Justice 

272 



Lawrence Wiggins 
Math 





Arie Williams 
Sociology and Criminal Justice 



Barbara Williams 
Elementary Education 




Charles Williams 
Electronics Engineering 



Eddie Williams 
Accounting 



Gwendolyn Williams 
Sociology 




John H. Williams 
Chemistry 




Shirley Williams 
Sociology 

273 



Woodrow Williams 
Math 






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Physical Education 



Willie M. Woodard 
Sociology 



Annie L. Wolfork 
Business Administration 



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Donald Wright 
Social Science 



Linda Wright 
Sociology 



Margaret Wright 
Elementary Education 





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Annette Young 
Math 



Shirley Young 
Textiles and Clothing 




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Music Education 



Nathaniel Trudell 






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Physics 




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Dr. Thomas H. Byers 

Dean of Faculty 

New York University, Ph.D. 



Wesley Johnson, Jr. 

Comptroller 

Atlanta University, MB. A. 





Rolan Henry. Jr. 

Registrar 

Tuskesee Institute, M.Ed. 



Nelson Freeman 

Dean of Students 

Columbia University. M.A. 




Wilton C. Scott 
Director of Public Relations 
New York University. M.A. 



Robert L Bess 

Development Officer 

Indiana University. M.A. 




Dr. Elson K. Williams 

Coordinator General of Education 

New York University. Ed.D. 



Felix J. Alexis 

Superintendent of Buildings 

Xavier University, A.B. 





Paul N. Smith, M.S. 

Guidance Counselor 

Fort Valley State College 



Mrs. Shirley James, M.S. 
Guidance Counselor 
Harvard University 




Mrs. Carolyn A. Morris, M.S. 

Dean of Women 

Savannah State College 




Re' 



. Samuel Williams, B.D. 

Dean of Men 
Howard University 




Mrs. Rachel Clairborne, M.Ed. 

Director of Testing 
South Carolina State College 




Tommie Mitchell, B.S. 

Director of Financial Aid 

Savannah State College 





Harold Singleton, B.S. 

Bookstore Manager 
Savannah State College 



Robert E. Mobley, B.S. 
Director, Audio-Visual 
Savannah State College 





Floyd Mincey, B.S. 
Director, Student Union 
Savannah State College 




Mrs. Juanita Bryant 

Dietitian 

Clark College 




283 



Mrs. Otrie Wellon, B.S. 

Assistant Bookstore Manager 

Savannah State College 





Leonard Jenkins. B.S. 

Assistant Registrar 
Savannah State College 



Donald M. Cook, IV, B.S. 

Director of Computer Center 

Savannah State College 




John W. Merritt 
Procurement Officer 




Stephen M. McDrew, Jr., Ml). 

College Physician 

Maharry Medical College 





John I. Wright, B.S. 

Internal Auditor 

Savannah State College 



Mrs. Josephine Hubert, B.S. 

Director Secretarial Center 

Savannah State College 





Captain Mathew Howard 

Chief of Security 

Industrial College of Armed Forces 



Sgt. Walter Anderson, Jr. 
Director of A. E. Peacock Hali 





Mrs. Doris Taylor, B.S. 

Director, "R" 24 
Savannah State College 



Arthur L. Walker, B.S 

Director, R. R. Wright Hall 

Savannah State College 




Mrs. Elise Lawton, B.S. 

Director, Lester Hall 
Savannah State College 




285 



Mrs. Jacquelyn Wilson, B.S. 

Director, Lockette Hall 

Stillman College 



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Mrs. Thelma M. Harmond, Ph.D. 

Ohio State University 
Chairman. Division of Education 





Mrs. Jacquelyn Stephens, M.S. 

Illinois State University 

Education 



James A. Eaton, Ph.D. 

Columbia University 

Director, Graduate Studies 



Mrs. Dorothy C. James, M.A. 

Atlanta University 

Coordinator Laboratory Experiments 




Herman W. Sartor, Ph.D. 

University of Wisconsin 

Secondary Educations 

Director of Admissions 




Dr. Ida J. Gadsen, Ph.D. 

University of North Carolina 

Secondary Education 



STAFF 




Mrs. Ruby C. Black, M.A 
University of Columbia 
Education-COP Program 



Mrs. Virginia Blalock, M.A. 

Columbia University 

Education 





Joseph W. Sumner, Ph.D. 

University of North Carolina 

Education 



Maurice Stokes, M.S. 

Kansas State Teachers 

Education, Coordinator Media 




John Cochran, Ed.D. 

University of Georgia 
Education 




Raymond W. Hopson, Ph.D. 

Ohio State University 

Head Department of Physical Education 




Gerald ine Abernathy. 
Xavier University 
Physical Education 




.Mrs. Ella W. Fisher, M.Ed. 

Temple, University 

Physical Education and Director 

of Upward Bound Project 



Albert E. Frazier, M.A. 

Arizona State College 

Physical Education and Director 

of Athletics 




Richard K. Washington, M.S. 

Iowa State University 

Physical Education and Track 

Coach 





Mrs. Hattie B. Rivers, M.S. 
Indiana University 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Altomease Magwood, M.S. 
Indiana University 
Physical Education 






Wayne State University 

Miss Albertha E. Boston, M.A. 

New York University 

Business Administrations 



John Myles, M.A. 

New York University 

Physical Education and 

Head Football Coach 



Frank Ellis, B.S. 
Savannah State College 
Physical Education and 

Swimming Coach 





Miss Charlease Stevenson, M.S. 

Indiana University 

Business Administrations 



Mrs. Mary C. Torian, Ed.D. 

Chairman, Division of Business 

Administration 



289 




Alexander B. Horsfall. M.BA. 
Harvard Graduate School of Business 
Business Administration 




"Willie M. Waddell 

New York University 

Business Administration 




Johnny Campbell, M.A. 

Business Administration 

Atlanta University 



Herbert A. O'ki.b \1 \, 
Business Adnunistraliun 
University of Georgia 



290 




Arthur S. Levy, C.S. 
Business Administration 
University of Pittsburgh 






Norman B. Elmore, M.A. 
Department of English 
New York University 



Mrs. Julia H. Bennett. M.A. 
English Department 
Ohio State University 



Mrs. Luetta Milledge, Ph.D. 
Department of English 
University of Georgia 





Miss Wilda G. Johnson, M^A. 

English and Reading 

Atlanta University 



Arthur L. Brentson 
Department of English 
University of Wisconsin 




James R. Fisher. M.A. 

English 

Howard University 




Miss Marceline Erickson, Ph.D. 
Department of English 
University of Wisconsin 




Michael Maher. M.A. 

English 
University of Georgia 




Howard Jason, Ph.D. 

Chairman of the Division of 

Humanities and Foreign Languages 

Universidad Interamericana, Mexico 





James Thompson, M.A. 

Fine Arts 

Choral Director 




Christopher D. Koch, M.A. 

Modem Language 
Michigan State LIniversitv 



Miss Althea V. Morton, M.A. 
Foreign Language 
Atlanta University 





Samuel Gill 

Director of Bands 

Fine Arts 



Coleridge A. Braithwaite. Ed.D. 

Fine Arts 

Columbia University 





Arthur L. Britt. M.A. 

Fine Arts 

University fpf New Mexico 



Mrs. Christine Oliver. M.A. 

Fine Arts 

Indiana University 




Mrs. Farnese Lumpkins, M.A 

Fine Arts 

State University of Iowa 



Dr. Margaret C. Robinson. Ph.D. 

Chairman. Division of Natural Sciences 

Head of Biology 

Washington University 



Clyde E. Howard, B.S. 

Fine Arts 

Director of Marching Band 

Florida A&M University 

294 




Frissell R. Hunter. M.A. 

Biology 
State University of Iowa 




Sam 0. Williams, M.A. 

Biology 

Atlanta University 




Mis? Marilyn Stone, M.S. 

Biology 

University nf Georgia 





Gerald T. Vertress, Ph.D. 

Biology 

Indiana Universitv 




Pullabhotla Krishnaniurti. Ph.D. 

Biology 

Te.xas A&M University 



.Mrs. Carolyn Desha. Ph.D. 
Biolosrv 




Willie G. Tucker, Ph.D. 

Head, Department of Chemistry 

University of Oklahoma 



George Williams, M.S. 

Chemistry 

Tuskegee Institute 

296 



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John B. Clemmons, M.S. 

Head, Math and Physics 

University of South Carolina 





Gain S. Ghuman, Ph.D. 

Math and Physics 
University of California 



Wolfgang Wurz, Ph.D. 

Math and Physics 

University of Vienna 





Walter W. Leftwich, M.S. 

Math and Physics 

North Carolina Central University 



Mrs. Jacquelyn Byers, M.A. 

Math and Physics 

Ohio State University 



297 




Louis C. Marshall. Ph.D. 

Math and Physics 

American University 



298 




Joseph J. Hutton, Jr., B.A. 

Naval Science NROTC 

University of Notre Dame 





Otis Johnson, MS.W. 

Social Science 

Atlanta Universitv 




Elma J. Dean, Ed.D. 

Division of Social Science 

Chairman 

Columbia University 



Oswald Mikell 
Naval Science NROTC 
Brown University 





Mrs. Annetta Brock, M.A. 
Social Science 
Duke University 



Delacy W. Sanford, M.A. 

Social Science 

Dequesne University 



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Social Science 

Hampton Institute 




Mrs. Gaye H. Hewitt. M.A. 

Social Science 
East Texas State University 




Bianton E. Black, Ph.D. 

Social Science 

University of Georgia 



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John L. Mason, B.S.E.E. 

Engineering Technology 

Howard University 



Hanes Walton, Jr., Ph.D. 

Social Science 

Howard University 



Eugene C. Welch, J.D. 

Criminal Justice 
University of Wisconsin 





Wilbur Sullivan, B.S.E.E. 

Engineering Technology 

Carnegie Institute of Technology 



Clyde W. Hall. Ed.D. 

Division Technical Scienca 

Chairman 

Bradley University 

301 




Frank D. Thorpe, M.S. 
Industrial Education 
Iowa .State College 





B. J. Rao. Ph.D.. E.E. 

Electronics Technology 

University of Washington 




Leroy Brown, B.S. 

Mechanical Technology 

.South Carolina State 



Ernest Brown. M.S.E.E. 
Technical Science 
Bradley University 





Mrs. Evanel R. Terrell. M.S. 

Department of Home Economics, Head 

State University of Iowa 



Paul C. Tein, Ph.D. 

Electronic Engineering 

University of South Carolina 



302 




Mrs. Molly Curtright, M.S. 

Home Economics 

University of Minnesota 





James S. Farinholt. B.A. 

Mathematics 
University of Dayton Ohic 




Jay T. Smith, Ed.D. 

Technical Science 

University of Missouri 



Mrs. Marha Corley 

Head of the Department of Home Economics 

Columbia University 





John T. Demel, Ph.D. 

Technical Science 
Iowa State University 



Bernard Sherman, Ph.D. 

Mathematics 

Princeton University 



303 




Thomas J. Culpepper. Ph.D. 

Biology 

Texas A&M University 




Mrs. Louise Owens. M.A. 

English 

University of Michigan 





William A. Stephens, M.A. 

English 

Texas Tech University 




Mrs. Abbie Jordan, M.A. 
Director of EPDA 
Atlanta University 




Elmer Thomas 
Alumni Secretary 



Miss Alma Williams, M.A. 

English 

University of Maryland 



304 




Andrew McLemore, M.S.L.S. 

Librarian 

Atlanta University 



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Miss Luella Hawkins, B.S.L.S. 

Reference Librarian 

Hampton 





Mrs. Madelin Dixon. iVI.S.L.S. 

Catalog Librarian 

University of Illinois 




Mrs. Betty Saxby 

Library Clerk and Typist 

Savannah Vocational School 




Mrs. Magdeline Allen 
Librarv Clerk 




Mrs. Marion Roberts, B.S. 

South Carolina State College 

Secretary to Comptroller 




Mrs. Darnell Walker, B.S. 

Savannah State College 

Accounting Clerk 





Mrs. Ruby L. Gooddine 
Harris Area Trade School 
Clerk, Comptroller Office 



Anthony Sheffield, B.S. 

Savannah State College 

Accounting Clerk 




Roland Flynn, B.S. 

Savannah State College 

Clerk 



Miss Velma Johnson, B.S. 

Savannah State College 

Clerk 




Mrs. Jeanette Westley, B.S. 

Savannah State College 

Accountant 




Mrs. Savita K. Raut, B.S. 
University of Bombay, India 
Clerk, Comptroller's Office 




Mrs. Robina Roberts 
Clerk, Comptroller 




Mrs. Beaatine Hardwick, B.S. 
Savannah State College 
Secretary to President 




Mrs. Doris Jackson, B.S. 

Savanah State College 

Cashier 



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Miss Rachel Walker 
Secretary, Librarian 





Mrs. Mildred Washington 
Secretary, Student Personnel 





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Qerk, Dean of Faculty 



Miss Martha Stafford 

Faculty Secretary, Technical 

Science 



Mrs. Emma Ellington 
Secretary, Student Union 




Mrs. Cledith W. Young 
Qerk Registrar 



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Adams, Donald J.: 784 Center Street, Macon, Georgia; Major: Accounting: 

Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, Accounting Club. 
Allen, Betty J.: P.O. Box 294, Sardis, Georgia; Major: Biology; Organizations: 

Biology Club. 
Alston, Alfred L.: Route 2 Box 68, Gleenville, Georgia; Major: Electronics: 

Organizations: Alpha Phi Alpha. 
Anderson, Herman: R.F.D., Box 65, Dublin, Georgia; Major: Electronics: 

Organizations: Omega Psi Phi, Student Government. 
Anderson, Lena: 536 East Anderson Street, Waycross, Georgia; Major: Math; 

Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Alpha Kappa Mu Aspirant. 
Anderson, Lois: Route 2, Box 89, Jeffersonville, Georgia; Major: Dietetics; 

Organizations: Home Economics Club. 
Anderson, William G.: Route 3, Box 181, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Matbe- 

Ashley, Willie M.: P.O. Box 20689, Sparta, Georgia; Major: Biology. 

Bailey, Evalina: 119 Fell Street, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Textiles and 

Clothing; Organizations: Home Economics Club. 
Baker, Henry L.: Route 1, Box 99; Ailey, Georgia; Major: Biology. 
Baker, Herman: Route 1, Box I57c, Mcintosh, Georgia; Major: Social Studies; 
Organizations: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Panhellenic Council, Social Science 
Club. 
Banks, Olivia: 6118 Berry Street N.W., Covington, Georgia; Major: Elementary 

Education; Organizations: ITT, SNEA. 
Banks, Ulysses II: 1807 Quincy Street, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Music Educa- 
tion; Organizations: Band. 
Barnwell, Alice: Route 2, Box 90, Jeffersonville, Georgia; Major: Dietetics; 

Organizations: Home Economics Club. 
Bartley, Rufus: 3212 West Perth Street, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Industrial 

Arts. 
Baulkman. Elizabeth J.: 1032 Planter Street, Bainbridge, Georgia; Major: 
Spanish; Organizations: Spanish Club, S.N.E.A., I.T.T., Aurora Club, B.A.C. 
Baxley, Pearl: Route 1, Box 13, Perkins, Georgia; Major: Business Education: 
Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, National Collegiate Association for Secre- 
taries. 
Bedgood, Beverly A.: 3401 Stanley Avenue, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 
Benjamin, Gail T. : 2402 Sadler Street. Atlanta, Georgia; Major: Sociology: 

Organizations: Social Science. 
Blake, Jesse L. : 512-A Gwinnett Court, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Industrial 
Arts Education; Organizations: Savannah State College Cross-Country Team, 
S.N.E.A. 
Blake, Vivian A.: Route 1, Box 245, Rincon, Georgia; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. 
Bolton. Precious D.; Route 3, Box 196, Lincolnton, Georgia; Major: Business 

Administration; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. 
Boyd, Linda V.: 142 Merriman Drive, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Business Ad- 
ministration; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, N.C.A. 
Brannan, Mary T. : 2029 Lewden Street, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Health. 

Physical Education & Recreation. 
Brinson, Harrietle L. : 1540 Audubon Drive, Savannah, Georgia; Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 
Brown, Ann B.: 810 West Broad St., Louisville, Ga.: Major; Business Adminis- 
tration. 
Brown. Frank: 216 Jinks Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Mathematics; Organiza- 
tions: Newtonian Society. 
Brown, George B.: 121 Lowery Ave., Thomasville, Ga.; Major: Elementary Edu- 
cation; Honors: Honor Roll; Organizations: S.N.E.A.. Delta Sigma Theta 
Sororitv. 
Brown, Gwendale D.: 1115-A East Duffy St., Macon, Ga.; Major: Elementary 

Education; Organizations: S.N.E.A., Student Council. 
Brown, Henrietta: 214 Bulloch St.. Savannah, Georgia; Major: Sociology; Organ- 
izations: Sigma Gamma Rho. 
Brown. Louwana: Rfd. 2, Box 254, Vidalia, Georgia; Major: Business Admin- 
istration: Organizations: I.T.T. 
Brown, Sandra K. : 430 Comas St., Baxley, Ga. ; Major: Mathematics; Organiza- 
tions: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 
Brown, Tyrone A.: Lot 44— Dolly's Trailer Court, Charleston, S.C; Major: 
Accounting; Organizations: Accounting Club, Debating Club, Phi Beta Lambda. 
Bryan, Larry J.: 3111 College St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Math; Organizations: 

Band, Newtonian Society, Music Club. 
Bundrage. Shirley: 1620 Hollywood Rd.. Atlanta, Ga.: Major: Biology Educa- 
tion: Organizations: Biology Club. 
Burke, Lurene: Route 2, Box 103-C, Waynesboro, Ga.; Major: Biology. 
Bynes, Frank H. Jr.: 204 West Hall St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Biology; Hon- 
ors: Who's Who, Beta Kappa Chi National Scientific Honor Society; Organ- 
izations: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Darwin Society. 
Bynes, Melvin: 3223 Stetson St., Atlanta. Ga. ; Major: Political Science: Organ- 
izations; Atlantian Club. 
Cain, Leon: 113 East Watkins St., Augusta, Ga.; Major; Math. 
Campbell, Gwendolyn: 1020% West 46 St., Savannah, Ga.; Major; Business 

Administration. 
Campbell, Veronica: 703 North Blvd., Baxly, Ga.: 31513; Major: Dietetics. 
Carey, Ora L. ; Route 1, Box 179, WrightsviUe, Ga.; Major: English; Organiza- 
tions: English Club. 
Carr, Eva D.; Route 4, Box 155, Dublin, Ga.; Major: Elementary Education: 

Organizations: ZIB, S.N.E.A. 
Carrol. Gloria J.: Route 2, Box 74, Harlem, Ga.; Major: Social Studies; Organ- 
izations: Social Science Club, S.N.E.A., Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 
Carter, Clifford: 515 8th Street, Waynesboro, Ga.; Major: Mathematics; Organ- 
izations: Phi Beta Sigma, Band. 
Carter. Henrietta: 948 Fairburn Road, Atlanta, Ga.; Major: Criminal Justice; 
Honors: 1st Attendant to Miss BAG; Organizations: Senior Class Editor, 
BAC, SSC Alumni, Criminal Justice Qub. 
Carter. Patricia; 127 Millen St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary Education; 

Organizations: S.N.E.A. 
Carson, Charles D. ; 2116 Gilbert St., Tryon, North Carolina; Major: Sociology. 
Cason, Willie: P.O. Box 20816, Thomson, Ga.; Major: Business Administration: 
Organizations: I.T.T., Phi Beta Lambda. 



Celestine. Bruce: 4315 Don Tomaso Dr., Los Angeles, California; Major: Physical 

Education; Organizations: Physical Education Club. Varsity Basketball- 
Chester, Ronnie: 500 East 66th St., Macon, Ga.; Major: Business Administra- 
tion; Organizations: Student Government Association. 
Christmas. Sharlene: P.O. Box 214, Wadley, Ga.; Major: Social Studies; 

Organizations; Social Science. 
Coleman. Jeraldine: 1038 Love Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Honors: Alpha Phi Gamma Honorary Journalism Fraternity; Organiza- 
tions; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
Collins. Frankie H.: 327-B Mace Dr., Sylvania, Ga.; Major; Social Studies; 
Organizations; Veterans Club, Judiciary Committee, SGA. Social Science 
Club, Seminar Afro-American Studies. 
Cooper, Elouise E. : 3410 E. McBerry St., Tampa, Fla.; Major: Business Admin- 
istration; Organizations: Student Gov't Association, Pan Hellenic Council, 
National Association for Secretaries, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Treasurer- 
Senior Class. 
Cooper, Patricia A.; 3410 E. McBerry St., Tampa, Fla.; Major: English; 
Organizations: Grammarians Club, Choral Society. President of the New 
Dorm. Floridians Club. 
Curry, Doris B.: 1163 Cochran Ave., .Macon, Ga.; Major; Accounting; Honors: 
Jr. with highest Average in Accounting, Liberty National Bank; Organiza- 
tions: Phi Beta Lambda Business Club, Accounting Club. 
Cutter. Robert: 1815 West Upson St., Savannah, Ga.; Major; Mech. Tech. 
Daggett, Leonard Jr.: 439 Roosevelt Ave., Merritt Island, Fla.; Major: Business 

Administration; Organizations; Kappa Alpha Psi, Men's Glee Club. 
Davis, Joyce C. ; 511 West Eighth St., Waynesboro, Ga.; Major: Sociology; Hon- 
ors: Reporter of Sophomore Class; Organizations: Social Science Club. 
Dawson. Gilda: 610 West 61st St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology: Organiza- 
tions: SGA, Student Congress, Social Science Club, Sociology Club, Student 
Faculty Board. 
Dismoke, Joyce; P.O. Box 215, Smithville, Ga.; Major: Business Education; 

Organizations; Phi Beta Lambda. NACS. 
Doyle, Cleveland L.; 306 Olplant St., Swainsboro, Ga.; Major; Industrial Arts; 

Honors: AKM. 
Dumas. Delores H.: 913 Wexler St., So. Savannah, Ga. ; Major: Sociology. 
Ellison, Malenthia: .322 Sherman St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations: S-N.E.A. 
Everson. Henry L. Ill; Route 1, Box 220, Abbeville, Ga.; Major: Electronics & 
Mathematics; Organizations: Pole March, Kappa Alpha Psi, Member of the 
-Academic Council. 
Farrar. Marry E.; Route 2, Box 47, Jeffersonville, Ga.; Major; Business Educa- 
tion; Organizations: NCAS. 
Feilds, Elizabeth C. ; 1206 Love St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations; SGA. 
Feilds, Mary L.: 505 Tuten St.. Savannah, Ga.: Major: Business Education; 

Organizations: NCAS. Phi Beta Lambda. 
Fletcher, Claradean: 205— 21st St., Columbus. Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations; S.N.E.A. 
Fletcher. Raymond; 1005 West St., Valdosta, Ga.; Major: Social Studies; Organ- 
izations: Men's Glee Club. 
Forehand, Eddie L. : Route 3, Box 20, Buena Vista, Ga.; Major: Accounting; 
Organizations; Accounting Club, Choral Society, Phi Beta Lambda, Omega 
Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 
Foster, Brenda J.: Savannah State, .Milledgeville, Ga.; Major; Elementary Educa- 
tion. 
Frazier, Elizabeth F. ; 1813 Stuyvlsant St., Savannah, Ga. ; Major; Sociology; 
Honors; First place winner in Spanish Bowl. Social Science Club. Sociology 
Club, and Spanish Club. 
Frazier. Gertrude M.: 1202-A West Broad Court, Savannah, Ga.; Business Ad- 
ministration; Organizations: Charter member of Phi Beta Lambda. 
Frazier. Ollie V.: 1813 Stuyvesant St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Dietetics and 

Institutional Management; Organizations: Home Economics Club. 
Garrison, Larry: Route 1, Box 341. Claxton, Ga.; Major: Mathematics. 
Gary, Edith: 107 South 14th Place, Cordele, Ga.; Major: Pre-Medicine; Organ- 
izations; American Chemical Society. 
Geiger, Freddy; Post Office Box 123, Claxton, Ga.; Major; Mathematics. 
Gibson, Gloria: 708 Hortense Place N.W., Atlanta, Ga.: Major: Business Ad- 
ministration. 
Gillis, Joyce M.: Route 4, Box 344, Fitzgerald, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion: Organizations: I.T.T. . S.N.E.A. 
Glenn, John: 608 W. 43rd St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Electronics. 
Grant, Joe L. : 214 E. Duffy St., Savannah, Ga.; Major; Biology. 
Gray. Mildred: 806 Porter St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major; Business Administration. 
Green. Alfredia J.: P.O. Box 66, Clyo, Ga.; Major: Health. Physical Education 

and Recreation. 
Green, Bessie P.; 704 W. 47th St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology and Crim- 
inal Justice; Organizations: Social Science Club. 
Green, Betty L.: 2118 E. Hanson St., Savannah, Ga.; Major; Elementary Educa- 
tion. 
Green. Betty 0.: 2220 East Gable St., Savannah, Ga. ; Major: Business Admin- 
istration; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. 
Hall, Herbert: 44-A Sikes Trailer Park, Savannah, Ga.; Major; Sociology. 
Hall, Shirley: 2208 Iowa Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Home Economics; Organ- 
izations; Home Economics Club. 
Harden, Gloria V.: 631 West 13th Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Business Ad- 
Harmon. Carolyn; P.O. Box 87-B, Louisville, Ga.; Major: Business Administra- 
tion; Organizations; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
Harris. Gloria J.; 1236 West 25th Street, West Palm Beach, Florida.; Major: 

Sociology: Organizations: Band, Dramatics Club, Sociology Club. 
Harris. Daniel R.: 1418 Cloverdale Drive, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Electronics 

Technology. 
Harris. Thomas L.: 503 Branham Avenue, Rome, Ga.; Major: Electronics 

Engineering Technology: Organizations: Chess Club, Electronics Club, I.T.T. 
Hazzard, Juanita: 875 Simpson Street, N.W., #2, Atlanta, Ga.; Major: Business 
Administration; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, 
Representative, SGA. 



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Hick8. Barbara: 510 Wl-sI 15th Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Bioh.gy; Organ- 
izatiuns: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 

Hill. Aurico: 3275 Ruby Drive, Macon, Ga.; Major: Mechanical Engineering 
Technology: Organizations: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, SSC Tigers Baseball 
Team. 

Hill, Patricia A.: 50-A Macon Homes, Macon, Ga.; Major: Sociology: Organiza- 
tion: Sociology Club. 

Hollinger, Dorothy: North Church Street, Blakely, Ga.; Major: Business Ad- 
ministration; Organizations: NCAS, Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA. 

Hollinger, Joyce A.: Strickland Sub #14, Blakely, Ga.; Major: Mathematics: 
Honors: Alpha Kappa Mu Aspirant; Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta So- 
rority, Newtonin Society, BAC, SNEA, SGA. 

Hollinshead, Claude: 1000 East Henry Street; Major: Industrial Arts. 

Holly, LaVon: 5417 Minosa Ct., Jacksonville, Florida; Major: Business Admin- 
istration. 

Holmes. Bernus E. : 1135 West Stay Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology & 
Criminal Justice; Organizations: Social Science Club, Men's Glee Club, Crim- 
inal Justice Club. 

Holmes. Charles H.: 510 East 35th Street, Savannah, Ga.; Maj..r: Elementary 
Education; Honors: Certificate of Honor— Scholastic Average 1970.71: Organ- 
izations: SNEA. NAACP. Member College Wide English Coordinating Com- 
mittee. 

Hood. Roberta: Route 2, Box 112, Carlton, Ga.: Major: Elementary Education: 
Organizations: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. SNEA. 

Hooks, Beverly L. : 1028 Demmond Street, Savannah. Ga.; .Major: Elementary 
Education; Organization: SNEA. 

Howard. Janice A.: P.O. Box 20O48, Savannah State College, Bainbridge, Ga.; 
Major: English; Organizations: English Club. Spanish Club. 

Huckabee, Elaine: 3495 Hollingsworth Road, Macon, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organizations: Student Director "College Preview" and former 
radio Director of "Campus Spotlight", SNEA. 

Hudson. Shirley A.: Route 1, Baxley, Ga.; Major: Business Administration; 
Organizations; Phi Beta Lambda. Student Government Association. 

Hughes, Betty J.: 200 Gordon Street, Hartwell, Ga.; Major: Physical Education. 

Hughs, Brenda: Route 3, Box 25-B, Elbcrton, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 

Hunter, Beverly A.: Route 2, Box 146, Springfield, Ga.; Major: Sociology; 
Organizations: Social Science Club, Sociology Club, Debating Society, Gamma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority. 

Hunter, Patricia: 342y2 East Duffy Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology: 
Honors: Aspirant Alpha Kappa Mu; Organizations: Sociology Club, Social 
Science Club. 

Inman. Margie: 1239 Pittman Street. Wayrross, Ga.; Maior: Elementary Educa- 
tion: Organization: SNEA. 

Inman. Mitchell: 1239 Pittman Street. Waycross, Ga.; .Major: Business Admin- 
istration: Honors: Dean's List, Honor Roll; Organizations: Sports Editor of 
"Tigers Roar," Debating Team, Phi Beta Lambda. 

Jackson, Barbara: 1306 Love Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations: SNEA. 

Jackson, Bernice: P.O. Box 263, Sparta. Ga.: Major: Sociology; Organizations: 
Sociology Club, Social Science Club. 

Jackson. Jeanette: 6.34 West Victory Drive. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Social Studies: 
Organizations: SNEA, Social Science Club, French Club, Archiona. 

Jackson, Larry G.: 513 West Orchard Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Industrial 
Arts Education; Organization: Industrial Arts Club. 

Jackson, Martha: 722 Fleming Avenue, Augusta, Ga.: Major: Business Educa- 
tion; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. NCAS. 

Jackson, Roy A.: P.O. Box 424. Wadley, Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organizations: 
Student Government President, Debating Team Captain. 

Jakes, Dora J.: P.O. Box 20259, Bainbridge, Ga.; Major: Music Education: 
Organizations: Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority. Sigma Gamma Rho 
Sorority, Inc., Marching Band, MENC. Concert Band. 

Jenkins, Charles P.: 1905 West Broad Street. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology: 
Organizations: Band, Yearbook Photographer. 

Jenkins, Winderfert I.: 808 East Henry Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Mathe- 
matics; Honors: Who's Who; Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 
Newtonian Society. 

Johnson, Bonnie L. : .3908 3rd Street. Savannah, Ga. ; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organization: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 

Johnson, Celestley A.: 905 East Henry Street, Savannah, Ga.: Maj..r: Physical 
Education; Organizations: Physical Education Club. ITT. 

Johnson. Clarence L.: 1007 West 40th Street. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology; 
Organizations: Mens Glee Club, SiK-ial Science Club, Veterans Club, Student 
Congress, YMCA. 

Johnson, Gloria D. : 1020y2 West 38th Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, SNEA, German Club. 

Johnson, Gloria E. : 2329-A Ogeechee Road, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Criminal 
Justice; Organizations: Sociology Club. Criminal Justice Club. Social Science 
Club. 

Johnson. Juanita: 613 West .Meeting Street, Adel, Ga. ; Major: Business Educa- 
tion; Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta, Collegiate Chorus, National Collegiate 
Association for Secretaries. Phi Beta Lambda. 

Johnson. Sarah N.: Route 2, Box 51-A, Pearson, Ga.; Major: Mathematics: 
Organizations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Newtonian Society, Yearbook 
Staff. 

Jones. Betty M.: 606 West 60th St., Savannah. Ga. : .Major: Business Education; 
Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. SNEA. NCAS. 

Jones, Charles C. Jr.: Route 1. Box 237, Riceboro, Ga.; Major: Electronics 
Engineering Technology; Honors: Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Alpha 
Mu Chapter; Organizations: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 

Jolly, Leila M.: Route I, Box 208. Buena Vista, Ga.: Major: Business Educa- 
tion: Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, NCAS. 

Jordan. Elmarie: Route .3, Box 24. Barresville, Ga.: Major: Textile and Ch.th- 
ing; Organizations: ITT and Home Economics Clul). 

Kennedy, Charlotte: 1716 Lloyd St., Savannah. Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

Kennedy, Kate Marie: 204 Mclntyrc St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organization: SNEA. 



Keye, Wadene T. : 885 Lee Drive, .Marietta, Ga.; Major: French; Organizations: 
French Club, SNEA, ITT, BAC. 

Khan. Amin Ullah: FAQUIR ABAD No. 2. Peshawae West Pakistan; Major: 
Electronics; Organization: Football Team. 

Kiett, Beverky A.: 653 Yamacrow Village, Savannah, Ga.; .Major: English. 

King. Robert: 194 S. 9th St., Newark, N.J.; Major: Physical Ed.; Organizations: 
Basketball and Baseball. 

Kinsey, Debra Jones: 2673 Arabia St., Lithonia, Ga.; Major: Business Adminis- 
tration; Honors: Aspirant to Honor Society (National); Organization: Phi 
Beta Lambda. 

Knox, Margie: Box 20107, Hazlehurst, Ga.; Major: Dietetics & Institutional 
Management; Organizations; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., National 
Home Economics Association, & Local Home Economics Association. 

Larry, DoUie Bernette: Route 2, Box 36, Montezuma, Ga.; Major: Business 
Administration; Organization: ITT Fraternity. 

Lashley. Karen L. : P.O. Box 2077, Cheraw, South Carolina; Major: Music 
Education; Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Music Educator's 
National Conference. Marching Band, Concert Band. 

Law. William Jr.: 2801 Art Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Civil Engineering 
Technology; Honors: Aspirant to Alpha Kappa Mu, Who's Who; Organiza- 
tion: Black Action Committee. 

Lee, Mamie H.: 2347 Ogeechee Road, Savannah, Ga. ; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Honors: Science Award in Elementary Education; Organization: National 
Teachers Association. 

Leslie. Linda: 1441 Jonesboro Road, S.E., Atlanta, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

Lewis. LeOntyne: 219 Davis Street, Statesboro, Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organ- 
izations: Sociology Club, Archonian Club, Social Science Club. 

Lewis. Sharon E.: 423 Forest Ridge Drive, N.W., Atlanta, Ga.; Major: Elemen- 
tary Education; Honors: Miss Savannah State College 1971-72; Organizations: 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Inc., Executive Council of Student Government 
Association, Kappa Delta Pi National Honor Society in Education, S.N.E.A. 

Lockett, Betty K.: 2411 Hopkins Street, Savannah, Ga. ; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organization: S.N.E.A. 

Logan, Brenda E.: 704 West 60th Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: English; 
Organizations: Vice President of Players By The Sea, Member of Student 
Government Association. 

Mack, Jeannette: 715 West 5Ist St., Savannah, Ga.; .Major: Criminal Justice; 
Organizations: Student Union Board. 

Mack, Shirley A.: 805 Bowden Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organization: SNEA. 

Mackey, Berneta S.: 514 Darling St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Health, Physical 
Education and Recreation; Organization: Physical Education Club. 

Madison. LaVerne R.: 5119 Meding St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

Marsh. James E. : 1833 Fitzgerald St., Savannah, Ga.; Maior: Electronics. 

Martin, Betty: 2221 Jordan Drive, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Social Studies; Organ- 
izations: Social Science Club, SNEA, Seminar in Afro-American Studies. 

Maxwell. Jeraldinc: Route 1, Box 34, Mcintosh, Ga.; Major: Elementary Bxluca- 
tion. 

May, Marion: 630 East .36th St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

McCarr, Alonzo: 2206 B(dling St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Dietetics; Organiza- 
tions: Home Economics Club, Veteran Club. Katra Club. 

McMlellan. Frederick: P.O. Box 8542. Jacksonville, Fla.; Major: Business Ad- 
ministration; Organizations: President of Veterans Club. 

McClendon. Jacquet: Peacock Hall, Chicago, 111.; Major: Physical Education; 
Organizations: Basketball. 

McCord, Sandra: 282 Ferrell St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Business Education; 
Organizations: NCAS, Phi Beta Lambda. 

McCoy, Carolyn: Route 1, Box 1.39, Wrens, Ga.; .Major; Business Administra- 
tion; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. 

McD(mald. Larry: 5218 W. Van Buren, Chicago, 111.; Major: Physical Educa- 
tion; Organizations: Basketball Team. 

McKenzie, Velma: 1428 Comer St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

McPhaul, 903 Charlotte St., Waycross. Ga.; Major: Business Administration; 
Organizations: Alpha Phi Gamma, Pyramid Club Spring '71. 

Meeks, Josie: 243 Lee St., Blackshear, Ga.; Major: Business Education; Organ- 
izations: NCAS. Phi Beta Lambda. 

Merritt. Veronica: .307 E. Dancer St., Colquitt, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 

Mikell, Minnie: 605 A Emerald Drive, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

Mincey, Princetta: 1505 New Castle St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta, SNEA. 

Mitchell, Clarence: 710 S..uth St.. Savannah, Ga.; Major: Electronics. 

Mitchell, Mary: Route 1, Box U. Ridgcland, S.C; Major: Business Administra- 
tion; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. 

Montgomery, Margie: Route 6, Box 97, Valdosta, Ga.; Major: Business Educa- 
tion; Organizations: NCAS, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Phi Gamma. 

Moore. Belma J.: 905 Lake Park Road. Valdosta, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organization: SNEA. 

Moore. Charlie A.: P.O. Box 20753, Savannah, Ga. ; Major: Chemistry; Organ- 
izations: Athletic Club. American Chemistry Society. 

Moore, John M.: 1916 Corvair Ave., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Electronics. 

Morgan, Eugenia A.: P.O. Box 5, Collins, Ga.: Major: Elementary Education; 
Organization: SNEA. 

M..rrison. Sarah: 512 Jones St.. Elberton, Ga.; Major: Elementary Education; 
Organization: SNEA. 

Muchinson, Isaiah, Jr.: 2016 W. Gwinnett St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Account- 
ing; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, Accounting Club. 

Murray. Deborah U: 633 East ,36th St.. Steubenville, Ohio; Major: Elementary 
Education: Organizations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, SNEA, Student 
Council. 

Musgrow, Jimmie: 204 West Hall Street, Savannah, Ga.; .Major: Sociology; 
Organization: Sociology Club. 

Neeley, Bertha M.: 1706 Coventry Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Business Ad- 
ministration; Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda. National Chapters of American 
Secretaries. 



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NuRin, Jacqueline: 826 Cedar Street, Augusta, Ga.: Major: 

tiiin; Orsanization: Phi Beta Lambd. 
Nunnally, Jacquelyn : 10 Bryant St., Statesboro, Ga.; Major 



lusiness Adminisl 
Elementary Edu 
Math. 



Oglesby, Odolphus: 61st North Ralph Street, Claxton, Ga.; Major 

O'Neal, Ann: 4126 Fourth Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

Oxindine, Catherine: 40 Christopher Street, St. Augustine, Florida; .Major: 
Elementary Education; Organizations: S.N.E.A., I.T.T. 

Oxindine, Katherleen : 40 Christopher Street, St. Augustine, Florida; .Major: 
Elementary Education; Oganizations: I.T.T.. S.N.E.A. 

Parrish, Jane: Route 3, Box 1?8, Twin City, Ga.; Major: Business Education; 
Organizations: NCAS, Phi Beta Lambda, S.N.E.A. 

Patillo, Robert A. Jr.: 206 East Cann.m Street, LaGrange, Ga.; Major: Elec- 
tronics Engineering. 

Phoenix, Donald: 2103 East Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Business 
Administration; Organizations: Band, Phi Beta Lambda. 

Pinckncy, Edvenia B.: 709 East Park Avenue, Savnnah, Ga.; Major: Sociology; 
Organizations: Sociology Club, Social Science Club. 

Powell, Robert C. : 1719 LaGrand Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Civil Tech- 
nologv. 

Pringle. Celestine: Route 3. Box 208-B, Georgetown, South Carolina; .Major: 
English; Honors: Aspirant to Alpha Kappa Mu; Organizations: Kappa Delta 
Pi, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Debating Society, Student Government 
Association, Who's Who, Expressionist Club, Alumni Committee. 

Pugh, Dwight J.: 1108 Carter Street, Bainbridge, Ga.; .Major: Physical Educa- 
tion; Organizations: Physical Education Club, S.N.E.A 
Fraternity, Inc. 

Pugh, Verdell R.: 224 Bourbon Street, Griffin, Ga.; Major: 



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Education. 
Richburg, Curtis: General Delivery, Baxley, Ga.; Major: Physical Education: 

Organizations: Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Beta Sigma, Cross Country Track. 
Roberts, Cheryl: Post Office Box 148, Guyton, Ga.; Elementary Education; 

Honors: Honor Roll; Organizations: Student National Education Association. 
Roberts, Dolores E. : 1432 Church St., Savannah, Ga.; .Major: Social Studies; 

Organizations; Yearbook Staff, German Club. 
Roberts, Gloria E. : Route 1, Box 216, Riceboro, 

izations: Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sor 

School, Religious Life Committee. 
Robinson, Ann R.: Route 1, Box 373, Valdosta, 
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Ga.; Major: Sociology 

izations: Sociology Club, TIGER Yearbook Staff, Alpha Phi Gamma. 
Romanski, Linda Gail: 2021 West 19th Ava., Gary, Indiana; Major: Elementary 

Education; Honors: Alpha Kappa Mu, Kappa Delta Pi, Who's Who Among 

American Students: Organizations: SNEA, Newman Club, Prospective Pyramid 

Club, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 
Ross, Jacquelyn: P.O. Box 489, Tifton, Ga. ; .Major: Elen 

Honors: Who's Who in American Colleges & Universit 

Alpha Kappa Mu, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Sigma Gamma 
Rucker, Georgia E. : Route 3, Box 34, Elberton, Ga.; Major 

ing; Organizations: Home Economics Club. 
Rudolph, Leeverest E. : 1412 Claremont Circle, Savannah, Ga 

tary Education; Organizations; Savannah State College Veterans Club, SNEA 
Russell, Mary: P.O. Box 34, Milner, Ga.; Major: Elementary Education. 
Ryals, Beverly M.: 3212 College Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology 

Organizations: Choral Society, Social Science Club. 
Sanders. Johnnie L. : 905 Staley Avenue, Savannah, G; 
Saures, Geraldine: 16 Darling Street, Savannah, Ga.; 

tion; Organizations: President of NCAS, Phi Bet: 

resentative to the faculty. 
Scott, Larry: .504 Hencart Road. Glennville, Ga.; .Major: Biology; Organiza- 
tions: Biology Club, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 
Scott, Rosalind: 914 East Bolton Street, Savannah. Ga.: .Major: Elementarv 

Education; Organization: S.N.E.A. 
Sellers, Clementine: 668 Sapp St., Macon, Ga. : Major: Elementary Education; 

Organization: SNEA. 
Shoultz, Brenda G.: 215 Millen St.; Major: English; Honors: Alpha Kappa Mu 

Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society; Organizations: English Club, 

SNEA. 
Small. Catherine: 922-B Hitch Dr., Savannah, Ga.- 

ization: Sociology Club. 
Smart. R..nald: 316 West .3.3rd St.. Savannah, Ga. 

Organizations: Tiger's Roar— Editorial Writer, 

Chairman, Student Government ABsocialii>ns Crim 

Club. 
Smith, Artelia: 2503 Barnard St., Savannah, Ga.; 

tion; Organization: SNEA. 
Smith. Beatrice T. : 615 Anderson St., Savannah, G 

tion; Organizations; National Collegiate Associatic 
Smith. Diane E. : .36 Leon Village, Garden City, Ga.- 

tion: Organizations: SNEA, Delta Sigma Theta Sor 
Smith, Marjorie: Route 3, Box 163, Statesboro, Ga.; 

tion; Organization: ITT. 
Smith, Patricia: 1901 Stuyvesant St., Savannah, Ga.; Maj 



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Spencer, Evelyn: Route 1, Box 171, Bumber City. Ga. ; 

Clothing: Organizations: Home Economics Club 
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Stanley, Lewis: Route 4, Box 163, Dublin, Ga. ; Mjor: Accounting; Organiza- 
tiims: Alpha Phi Omega Frat.. Accounting Club, Baseball Team. 

Steele, Hattie P.: 706 S. Coastal Hay, Savannah. Ga. ; Major: Business Admin- 
istration; Organizations; Newton Society, Phi Beta Lambda, Secretarial Club. 

Stephens, Felix: Post Office Box 184, Guyton, Ga.; .Major: Physical Education; 
Organizations: Football. Black Action Committee. 



Steward, Gwendolyn: 867 Fair St., Atlanta, Ga.; Major: English; Organiza- 
tifin : Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. 

Stewart, Essie: 632 West 47lh St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: English Literature 
and Language; Honors: Regent Scholar, Newspaper Fund Intern; Organiza- 
tions: Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Asso- 
ciate Editor of Tigers Roar. 

Stewart, Frances M.: Route 2, Box 164, Statesboro, Ga, ; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organizations: SNEA, ITT. 

Sutton. Brenda: 1257 Mill St., Augusta, Ga.; Major: English; Organizations: 
Delta, English Club, Social Science. 

Sturkey, Sylvia; 4568 Down Ct., Columbus, Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organiza- 
tions: Delta Sigma Theta, TIGER Yearbook Staff, Social Science Club, Student 
Government Association, Alpha Phi Gamma, 

Tabor, William: 2729 South Central Ave., Tifton, Ga.; .Major: .Medical Tech- 
nology; Organizati.ms: Alpha Phi Omega, German Club. 

Taylor, Wangel L.: 260 .Matthew St., Bernesville, Ga.; Major: Business Educa- 
tion: Organizations: NCAS. 

Thaxton. Thomas N.: 86-A Garden Homes, Augusta, Ga.; Major: Sociology; 
Organizations: Sociology Club, Veteran. 

Thomas, Brenda J.: Box 20097, Cutbert, Ga.; Major: Dietetics and Institutional 
Management; Organizations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, NHEA, Local, 
Home Economics Association, Pan Hellenic Council. 

Thomas, Gwendolyn E.: 416 E. Park Ave., Dublin, Ga.; Major: Social Studies; 
Honors: Alpha Kappa Nu Honor Society; Organizations: Social Science Club, 
SNEA. French Club. 

Thomas. Joanne Z. : 1113 N. Lee St., Americus, Ga. : Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations: SNEA, Choir. 

Thompson, Dollie: Route 2, Box 23. Blackshear, Ga.; .Major: Business Educa- 
ticm: Organizations: Phi Beta Lambda, NCAS, Tiger's Roar Staff. 

Timmons. Arena: 1209 West .34ih St., West Palm Beach, Fla.; Major: Sociology; 
Organizations: Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority, Social Science Club, SNEA. 

Tooles. Maurice R.: 120 East Delaware Street, Burlington, New Jersey; Major: 
Business Administration; Organizations: SSC Choral Society, Men's Glee Club, 
Drug Abuse Committee, Phi Beta Lambda. 

Turner, George C. : 110 Maple Circle, Greensboro, Ga.; Major; Economics. 

Umble, Barbara: Route 3, Box 28, Elberton, Ga.; Major: Textiles & Clothing; 
Organization: Home Economics Club. 

Victum. Carrie R.: 8I.5-C 6th Street, N.W., Moultrie, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organizatit)n : Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

Walker, Alfonza E. : 1025 West 40th Street, Savannah, Ga.; .Major: Electronics; 
Organizations: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Chorus, Track Team. 

Walker, James L. : 936 Perry Avenue, Augusta, Ga.; Major: Dietetics & In- 
stitutional Management; Organization: Home Economics Club. 

Walker. Janice: 1206 Love Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion; Organizations: SNEA, Choral Society. 

Wallace, Abraham: .543 Third Avenue, Apt. 10-A, Columbus, Ga.; Major: 
Biology; Organization: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 

Wallace, AUoan : Route 2, Box 238, Wrightsville, Ga.; Major; English; Organ- 
ization: English Club. 

Wallace. Eddie L. : 23 Barton Street, Savannah. Ga.; Major: Health. Physical 
Education & Recreation. 

Wallace, Ronald: 814 Elliott Avenue, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Electronics Tech- 
nology; Honors: Who's Who, .Alpha Kappa .Mu; Organizations: Players By 
The Sea, Men's Glee Club, Yearbook, Photographers. 

Ward, Bobby: 620 West 44th Street, Savannah. Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organ- 
izations; Baseball Team. 

Ward, Patrisha A.: 519 Waters Street, Albany, Ga.; .Major: English; Organ- 
izations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Flayers By The Sea, Tiger's Roar. 

Way, DeLois: P.O. Box 202.32, Matthews. Ga.; Major: Physical Education. 

Weaver. William L. : .528 Blair Street, Savannah, Ga.; Major; Accounting; 
Honors: H.mor Roll, Dean's List; Organizations: Veterans Club, Accounting 
Club. Phi Beta Lambda. 

Wesley, Earline: 5 Newell Street. Savannah. Ga.; .Major: Sociology-Criminal 
Justice; Honors: Aspirant to Alpha Kappa Mu; Organizations: President, 
Junior Class, Social Science Club, Sociology Club, Criminal Justice Club. 

Wiggins, Lawrence E.; 807 Lynah St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Mathematics; 
Organizations: Newtonian Society. 

Williams. Alice M.: 1527 Wooten Road. Augusta. Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organ- 
izations: Sociology Club. 

Williams, Arie L.: lUOYz East Duffy St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology and 
Criminal Justice; Organizations: Criminal Justice Club, Sociology Club, So- 
cial Science Club. 

Williams. Barbara .M.: P.O. Box 172, Guyton, Ga.; Major: Elementary _Educa- 

Williams, Charles U.: 1.527 Chey Chase Road, Savannah, Ga.; Major: Electronic 
Engineering Techn.ilogy; Honors: 3 Certificates of Recognition, Alpha Kappa 
.Mu; Organizations: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. 

Williams, Eddie: 12.3— 5th St. N.E., Moultrie; Ga.; Major; Accounting. 

Williams, Gwendolyn W.: 9400 Abercon Ext., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology. 

Williams, Shirley; P.O. Box 4087, Beaufort, South Carolina; Major; Biology; 
Organizations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Bioh)gy Club. 

Williams, Shirley L. : 2241 East Gwinnett St.. .Savannah, Ga.; Major; Sociology; 
Organizations: Debating Team. 

Williams. Woodrow; 803 N. Ralph St.. Claxton. Ga.; .Major: Math. 

Wilson. Shirley: Star Route, Box 19, Harlem, Ga.; Major: Physical Education. 

Wing, Carolyn E. : 1127 Arlington Ave., Atlanta, Ga.; Major: Mathematics; 
Organizations: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Ni Society. 

Wise. Mattie: Route 2. Box 105. Milledgeville, Ga.; .Major: Sociology; Organ- 
izatiims: Sigma Gamma Rho, Social Science Club, Yearbook Staff. 

Woodand, Willie Mae: Route 2, Box 35. Alamo. Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organ- 
izations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 

Woodbdk: 918 North Hill St., Griffin, Ga.; Major: Business Administration. 

Wright, Ronald: 103 Reaock Hall, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Major: Social 
Science; Organizations: Phi Beta Sigma Frat. 

Wright, Linda: .3212 Bulloch St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Sociology; Organiza- 
tions: Social Science Club. 

Wright, Margaret R.: Route 2, Box 20241, Baxley, Ga.; Major: Elementary 
Education; Organizations: SNEA, Zeta Ph Beta Sorority, Pan Hellenic. 

Young, Annette .M.: .504 E. .34th St., Savannah, Ga.; Major: Mathematics; Organ- 
izations: Beta Kappa Phi, Alpha Kappa Mu, Newtonian Society, Players By 
The Sea, National Speech and Dramatic Arts. 

Young, Shirley M. : 1147 E. Graydon St., Savannah, Ga.; Major; Textiles and 
Clothing; Organizations: Home Economics Club. 




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And so ends another year at Savannah State College, the College by the 
Sea, our Alma Mater. We of the 1972 TIGER staff hope that our work will 
have accomplished some ends toward presenting you with the memories that 
went along with the past school year. 



My thanks goes to the people who stuck by and saw this book out to the 
end. However, this staff, along with other student publications and student 
organizations still needs the support that only the family of SSC can give. 

We hope that you have enjoyed glancing through the pages of this book 
and will continue to reflect and enjoy this publication for years to come. 
Right on, "Souls in Action." , , ^ — j . 

Janice E. Bryant *