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Full text of "The Shaw University Bear"

1962 BEAR 










DONATED 
BY 

Dr. Brenda E- Kee 
In memory of 

Dr. THOMAS E. KEE 





. UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES 



JAMES E. CHEEK LIBRARY 
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THE BEAR 





THIS IS 

SHAW 

UNIVERSITY 

Raleigh. North Carolina 



FOREWORD 




This has been a successful and very wonderful 
year for the students of Shaw University. The 
1962 senior class has worked very hard to keep the 
spirit and the traditions of Shaw University alive. 

It is with this copy of THE BEAR that we have 
tried to capture a few of our most memorable 
moments during our four year stay here. Our goal 
is to present to you our readers a true-to-life pic- 
ture of those things that we feel are true repre- 
sentatives of our beloved ninety-four year old in- 
stitution. 

May you the readers, in the years to come, remi- 
nisce with a smile the joys, pleasures, and thrills 
that your four years of training have given to you. 
If this is done, then the aim of THE BEAR has 
served its purpose. 



UNIVERSITY CHURCH 



CONTENTS 




UNIVERSITY SHIELD 




LET'S GET IN THE WIND 

Dear Readers, 

We, your annual staff, hope you treasure these verbal and picturesque memories 
as much as we value the honor of being chosen to summarize and present to you, the 
student body, this souvenir of our school year 1961 — 62. 

It may sound funny but I am quite happy that the 1961 — 62 Bear is finally taking 
its bow. We have as our goal to portray in a meaningful and most appealing manner 
our Alma Mater. 

The combined decisions of many people made this year's production possible. 
Many required decisions were made through the guidance of Mrs. Cofield, Mrs. 
Newell and Mr. Cook, our yearbook advisors, whom I turned to for much assistance. 
Mr. Hinton, of Raleigh and Mr. Rivera, of Durham made possible the pictures, and 
the finished product was a result of the excellent work done by the American Year- 
book Company, Hannibal, Missouri. 

As editor, I wish to take this opportunity to thank my freshman, sophomore, 
junior and senior colleagues for their constant words of encouragement. 

May this edition of the Shaw Bear serve as an incentive for each of you to strive 
zealously, courageously and intelligently until your highest ambition is reached. 

Sincerely yours, 







Editor-in-Chief 





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WE DEDICATE OUR ANNUAL 



To you Mother because you always served as our inspiration, because you always 
had the right word when we were low, because you had faith in ns to the very end, 
because you could never let us down . . . To you Father, who constantly served as 
our strength, who gave your all at every opportunity, who never complained when 
times got hard, who always found us another way ... To you both because you 
helped us attain our most cherished goal, because you arc the greatest in the world, 
but most of all because we love you so much, we thank God for you and DEDICATE 
this our yearbook to you, our beloved parents. 



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Dr. William L. Greene 
Trustee 




Mrs. Mamie Paisley 
Dormitorv Hostess 




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Rev. Joshua Ximmo 
Trustee 



Dr. William Green. Mrs. Mamie Paisley, and Rev. Joshua Ximmo shall always be 
remembered by all who knew them. Helping to speed the cause of our school is how 
thev will be remembered. 





DMINISTRATION 




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OUR PRESIDENT 
SPEAKS . . . 

DR. WILLIAM R. STRASSNER 



During your college career you have been cloistered, protected, 
and guided in your quest for an education. You now enter into a 
world that will show you no favors, nor shield you from the dangers 
and difficulties that will clutter your pathway. Your success will 
depend upon your own equipment, and the world will richly re- 
ward you in proportion to the efficient service which you unself- 
ishly render to your fellowmen. 





Mrs. Marie Frances Strassner 
President's Wife 




Dr. Leonard E. McCauley, Sr. Board Member 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




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Dr. John H. Tilley 
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS 







Mr. Demetrious H. Keck 
UNIVERSITY SECRETARY 



Mr. John V. Anderson 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



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CLASS HISTORY 



September II, 1958, marked the beginning of an adventurous and 
challenging journey for approximately 199 freshman students at 
Shaw University. Each bright-eyed individual possessed an ever 
increasing quest for learning. Our week of orientation was most en- 
joyable and enlightening. 

It was not long before we were well-orientated into the Shaw 
Family, and soon we began to wonder if we knew anything about 
anything 

David Forbes was elected president of the freshman class The 
first year moved very quickly. Christmas came, and we were all glad 
to get away for a while so that we could enjoy the holidays, while 
working on many assignments for our teachers. 

In January 1959, we took our semester examinations. On the sur- 
face they did not appear to be hard but when the grades were posted 
they told a different story. Nevertheless, we continued our journey 
into the various fields of interests. Along with us we took such tools 
as determination, mental and physical vigor, decisiveness, and en- 
thusiasm, as we were determined to be a success. 

Many of us were outstanding that year. In the area of sports, we 
were well represented by Clavin McDowell, Charles Davis, Leslie 
Camm, Otis Clark, Hayzel Robinson, James Ballard, Otis Tucker, 
Martin Smith, Lawson Terrell, Leon Waddell, Charles Sparks, Earl 
Anderson, Samuel Raper, Jimmy Bassett, and Robert McCory. 
Cheerleaders were Norma Hardin and Cynthia Williams who con- 
stantly boosted the teams on to victory, 

Our class contributed many melodious voices to the Chorale Soci- 
ety. Joining the Society were Jean Home, Elease Wombic, Thelma 
Cowan, Annie Faison, James Ballard, Leslie Camm, Luther Doudy, 
Johnny Jeffreys, Frances Mullins, Leroy Waters, Robert McCory and 
Otis Tucker. Many of our class members were "bubbling over with 
joy" when they made the spring tour with the Chorale Society. 

Our class was entertained with many actresses and actors. Surpris- 
ingly as it may seem many of them came directly from our freshman 
class. The new members of the Shaw Players were Pauline Watkins, 
Edward Mason, Jean Home, Connie Blanks, James Ballard, Shed- 
rick Barrow, and Vernon Smalls. Representing the class in the Shaw 
Players' major production, "Elizabeth The Queen," were Pauline 
Watikins, Vernon Smalls, Edward Mason, Shedrick Barrow, Jean 
Home, Johnny Jeffreys, Louis Powell, and Walter Nobles. 

The lovely, Bettie Ridley was Miss Freshman, and Yvonne Seawell 
Hicks and Bettie Holden Hudson were her attendants. The charming 
Ella Williams was chosen sweetheart of the Crescent Club. 

Our class was gifted with several scholars. Bettie Ridley received 
all "A's." Other freshmen who were the recipients of scholarships 
and awards were Edward Mason, recipient of the Freshman Scholar- 
ship ; Vamell Lewis who received the Home Economics Award ; 
Ruby Pinchback recipient of the North Carolina Congress of Par- 
ents and Teachers Scholarship, and Doris Taylor who received 
the Delta Sigma Thcta Sorority Award. 

During our Sophomore year, we felt like mature, sophisticated 
students. Each of us was determined to increase his or her self-disci- 
pline and to "buckle down." Studies had herome harder and more 
time-consuming than in the first year James Ballard was elected as 
president of our sophomore class. Frances Mullins, Ruby Pinchbark, 
and Louis Powell were Student Council Representatives. 

As a result of our ingenuity, we were still considered outstanding 
in the field of sports. 

In the main production of the Shaw Players, "Our Town," talent 
was displayed by Thelma Cowan, Pauline Watkins, Connie Blanks, 
Johnny Jeffreys, Edward Mason, Alice Mitchell, Vernon Smalls, and 
David Forbes. Recipients of the Intercollegiate Drama Association 
Certificated for two years service with the Shaw Players were Ed- 
ward Mason, Jean Home, Pauline Watkins, and Vernon Smalls. 

The charming, Vamell Lewis was chosen Miss Sophomore. Lois 
Lane was chosen Sweetheart of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. 
The May Court was enchanted by the beauty of Yvonne Seawell as 
May Queen, 

Some of the members of our class were successful in crossing into 
the land of Greckdom, a desire of almost every college man and 
woman. 

Entering Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority were Jean Home and 
Vamell Lewis. Delta Sigma Thcta Sorority welcomed Frances Mul- 
lins, Gloria Nimmo, Pauline Watkins, Ernestine Moore, and Norma 
Hardin. 

The new member of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was Lois Lane. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha welcomed into their ranks Barbara Smith, 
Priscilla Robinson, Bettie Ridley, Cynthia Williams, Georgia Exum, 
Bettie Holden Hudson, Yvonne Seawell Hicks, and Gloria Autry. 

The three dogs who entered Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity were 
Luther Dowdy, Vernon Smalls, and Edward Mason. 

Charles Davis, and Calvin McDowell entered the Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity. 

Entering the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity were Louis Powell, 
Isaac Fox, Leroy Waters, James Ballard, and Leslie Camm. 

Some of the members of our class made the Special Privileged 
Honor Roll during this year. Sophomore Awards were granted to 
James Ballard and Bettie Ridley. Louis Powell rereived a grant from 
Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Bettie Ridley 
rei rived the Dr. Nelson Harris Prize in Educational Psychology. 
The Dr. Wendell C. Sommerville Scholarship was granted to Ed- 
ward Mason 

ITndei the leadership of Edward Mason, President of the Junior 
Class, the junior year proved to be an active one Frances Mullins 
and Varnell were elected to represent our class in the Student 
Council. 



Two juniors, Bettie Ridley and James Ballard were elected to 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. Incidentally this is a national 
society. Yvonne Seawell Hicks, Bettie Ridley. Edward Mason, Leroy 
Waters, and Jean Home held offices in the Student Council. 

The Junior class was very proud to have a classmate chosen Miss 
Shaw University. This was in the person of Bettie Ridley. She was 
crowned Miss Shaw University for I960 — 61. Another junior, Lois 
Lane, was an attendant. 

Other queens chosen this year were: Lois Lane who was chosen as 
Miss Phi Beta Sigma; Yvonne Seawell, Miss Football, and Lillian 
Tillery, Miss Pan Hellenic Council. Alice Mitchel was chosen as Miss 
Junior and Miss Ella Williams and Miss Jean Home were her 
attendants. 

Members of the class who were selected to serve as Junior Counse- 
lors, were David Forbes, Bettie Ridley, Ernestine Morre, and Gloria 
Nimmo. 

Edward Mason and Bettie Ridley were the two juniors selected to 
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

Again our class was fortunate to possess recipients of several 
scholarships and awards. Elease Womble the Emily Morgan Kelly 
Prize. Luther Dowdy was recipient of a Rockefeller Grant which 
can also be used in the graduate school that he chooses to attend. 
James Ballou was recipient of the "Trens Award." Bettie Ridley re- 
ceived a scholarship from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Cynthia 
Williams was awarded the Dr. Benjamin Brawley Memorial Prize. 

Pauline Watkins made a great hit in the Shaw Players' major pro- 
duction, "Corne Back Little Sheba." Other class members participat- 
ing in the production were Alice Mitchell and Johnny Jeffreys. 

Our year was highlighted with our presentation of the Junior- 
Senior Prom, "Stairway to the Stars." This event was an affair to 
be remembered. 

The role of leadership was then placed in the hands of the senior 
class with Edward Mason as president, Leslie Camm as vice-presi- 
dent, Ruby Pinchback as secretary, Leroy Waters as treasurer, and 
Luther Dowdy as editor-in-chief of the Shaw Bear. 

The role of leadership was a great challenge, but one which had to 
be accepted in order to enhance the ideals and traditions of Shaw 
University. 

Seniors steered the programs of many of the leading organiza- 
tions. Highlighting the year was the coronation of Gloria Nimma as 
Miss Shaw University for 1961—62 with Pauline Watkins and Lois 
Lane as her attendants. 

Another outstanding event was the installation of David Forbes 
as the president of the student council and Edwaid Mason as vice 
president. 

Cynthia Williams gained many compliments as editor-in-chief of 
the Shaw Journal. 

Bettie Ridley. David Forbes, and Gloria Nimmo continued their 
work as Junior Counselors with Frances Mullins, Pauline Watkins, 
Leroy Waters, and Edward Mason as newly elected members. 

Leslie Camm was elected president of the University Chorale So- 
ciety with Elease Womble, Doretha Williams, and Luther Dowdy 
captivating the hearts of music lovers across the country with their 
wonderful solos. 

Congratulations go to Ruby Pinchback for her accomplishment 
of Superintendent of the University Sunday School. 

This year marks the second year that Edward Mason has held the 
office as president of the Shaw Players. The major production, "The 
Silver Cord," gave Genell Todd an excellent opportunity to display 
her dramatir ability in the leading role, 

"Hats off" to Jean Home for her excellent work as president of 
the Women's Personnel Council for the second consecutive year. 

Robert Morman did a wonderful job as president of the Student 
National Educational Association. 

Cheers to Cynthia Williams and Norma Hardin as captain and 
co-captain of the Cheering Squad for two consecutive years as they 
led the teams to victory with Otis Clark (Mr. All American) and 
Hayzel Robinson as captains. 

Many seniors became queens this year Cozy Woods was chosen 
Miss Senior with Barbara Smith and Ruby Early as her attendants. 
Bettie Ridley was chosen Miss Alpha Phi Alpha. Pauline Watkins 
was chosen Miss Omega Psi Phi, and Thelma Cowan was chosen 
Miss S.N. E.A. 

Seniors elected to Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities were David Forbes, Edward Mason, 
Pauline Watkins, Luther Dowdy, Gloria Nimmo, Bettie Ridley, 
Lonzie McKeithcn, Leroy Waters, Cynthia Williams, and James 
Ballard. 

We were inspired and elated by many interesting events and ex- 
periences during our four years. The pious fellowship and corporate 
cementation gave us impetus for our academic endeavors. 

We smile, but this is a strange and wonderful time of the year. 
It is when we sec garnet hoods, of weaving tassels, of windblown 
robes, it is a time of congratulations, accomplishments, endings, and 
beginnings. 

But most of all it is a time of mixed emotions wherein the joy of 
our success competes with the sadness of our departure. The essential 
part of our lives lies ahead — we must go to meet it! We must each 
go alone. Our paths are varied . . . but our purpose is one; our abil- 
ities are different . . . our dedication is the same. 

While our years at Shaw have not been perfect, they have been 
very rewarding. We can look back on our days here with laughter, 
admiration, sweat, and tears. As students, our history is over at Shaw, 
but as dedicated men and women it is just beginning, 






OUR 



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BUSINESS 




DR HORACE B. DAVIS 
Head Department of Business 





MR. JAMES K. KOFA 



EDUCATION 



MRS. LIZZIE M. CREWS 






DR. NELSON H. HARRIS 
Head Department of Education 



MRS ELIZABETH B. COFIELD 



MRS. CLARA B. JENKINS 



ENGLISH 






DR. BERNICE F. COFFEE 
Head Department of English 



MR. GUILBERT A. DALEY 



MISS MADELYN E. WATSON 



FINE ARTS 




MRS KATHERINE T. SUTPHIN 





MR. HARRY GIL-SMYTHE 
Head Department of Fine Arts 



MRS ANNA A. JOHNSTON 



LANGUAGES 






MISS VICTORIA H MORRIS 



MRS. SYLVIA W. PAYNE 



MR. LENOIR H. COOK 
Head Department of Languages 



HOME ECONOMICS 






MR. THOMAS E. KEE 



MRS HARVELEIGH R WHITE 



MISS CARRIE L HARRISON 
Acting Department Head 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




MRS. MAMIE L. SPAUGH 





MR. JAMES E. LYTLE 
Head Department of Physical Edu- 
cation. 



MISS FANNIE J. McNAIR 






MR. WILLIAM M. SPANN 



MRS. VIVIAN M. SANSON 



MR. ROBERT H. JACKSON 



RELIGION 






DR MOSES N. DcLANEY 
Head Department of Religion 



MISS MILDRED L. McTYRE 



MR. CHARLES W. BLALOCK 



SCIENCE 





MR. HERSCHEL L. IRONS 
Head Department of Science 



DR RAJENDRA K DE 





MR. GEORGE H. THOMAS 



MR. STEVE B LATIMER 



SOCIAL SCIENCE 





MR. CARL E. DeVANE 
Head Department Social Science 



MR. CHARLES B. ROBSOX 



DR. WILMOTH A. CARTER 




MRS. VIRGINIA K. NEWELL 




DR. VICENTE N. HERNANDEZ 




DR. MARGUERITE M. ADAMS 



AFRICAN STUDIES 



MR. FRANK H. WHITE 




DR. VICTOR KING 



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MRS. LULA R. GAY MISS ROBENA BRADLEY MRS. NURRY JOHNSON MRS. ELLA T. WILLIAMS 



PERSONNEL 




MR. PAIGE P. JOHNSON MRS. OLIVIA J. AKRIDGE MRS. LULA E. 



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Mrs. Bernice 
Shelton 




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NURSES 




MISS SADIE E. EATON 
MRS. VIOLET M. PULLEN 



DIETITIANS 




MISS JANICE SETTLE MISS FANNIE J. McNAIR 

Head Dietitian 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 




MRS. ROBERTA F. LIGHTNER MRS. ADA R. JARNAGIN MRS. THELMA M. KECK 



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BUSINESS OFFICE 




MR. CICERO C. MURPHY MR. LAWRENCE E. ALLEN MRS. ELNORA M. KEE 





MRS. GLORIA W. McCLAIN MR. CECIL COINS 



MR. HAROLD TAYLOR 



REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 






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SECRETARIES 



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MRS. DORA H. ANDERSON 



MISS LILLIE M. DUNN 





MRS. LaVONNE H. BIVINS 



SWITCHBOARD 



MRS. EULA B. BARNETTE 




MRS. LAVOLIA W. PRIDGEON MRS. LAURA KAY 




MR EUGENE HOWELL 
Senior Maintenance Member 



SCHOOL OF RELIGION 




DR. GRADY D. DAVIS 
Dean of the School of Religion 






RABBI ABE W. SHOEN 



^ To prepare its students for lives of religious service, Shaw University has its own 
School Of Religion. It is composed of students who have completed four years of 
Liberal Arts training. This school confers the Bachelor of Divinity Degree. 



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CHARLES BULLOCK 



JESSE COFIELD 





LINWOOD DAVE 



JOSEPH DEMPSEY 






CLYDE JOHNSON 



CECIL MITCHELLE 



CHARLES MOSLEY 






ROLAND PERRY 



STANLEY PETTAWAY 



LEO WILLIAMS 





MRS. ELIZABETH COFIELD 
Associate Professor of Education 




MRS. VIRGINIA NEWELL 
Instructor of Mathematics 




It is with great appreciation and respect that we dedicate this page of our year- 
book to our advisors. Your constant faith in us, your continuous encouragement 
during our moments of decision, and the wonderful examples that you have set as 
faculty members is how we choose to remember you. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



President 



Edward Mason 



Vice President 



Leslie Camm 



Secretary 



Ruby Pinchback 



Treasurer 



Leroy Waters 



Yearbook Editor 



Luther Dowdv 





GLORIA AL'TRY 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha. 




MABLE BAILEY 
Willow Springs. N.C. 
Social Science Ciub. 




JAMES BALLOU 

Richmond. Va. 

Alpha Phi Alpha; Biology Club. 




BOBBY BENJAMIN 

Narwood, N.C. 

Alpha Phi Alpha; B.S.U. 




CONNIE BLANKS 

Acme, N.C. 

Delta Sigma Theta; English Club; 

Shaw Journal ; Ushers' Union. 




.ANNIE BURTON 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Business Club : Pyramid. 




LESLIE CAMM 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Kappa Alpha Psi; University Choir; 

Pan-Hellenic Council; Football Team. 




LENA CARR 
Greenville, N.C. 
S.N.E.A.; Aurora Club. 




OTIS CLARK 

Kinston, N.C. 

Omega Psi Phi; Physical Ed. Club; 

Men's Personnel Council; Football 

Team. 



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THELMA COWAN 

Yonkers, N.Y. 

Zeta Phi Beta; University Choir; 

Dramatics Club; English Club. 



CHARLES DAVIS 

Oxford, N.C. 

Omega Psi Phi : Basketball Team ; 

Physical Education Club; Baseball. 



MARION DAVIS 
Greenville, N.C. 






LUTHER DOWDY 

Sparrows Point, Md. 

Phi Beta Sigma; Who's Who; Un 

versity Choir; Editor-in-Chief, Bear. 



MAELENE DUNN 
Raleigh, N.C. 



DORIS EVANS 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Pyramid Club. 






ANNIE FAISON 

Turkey, N.C. 

University Choir; Home Economics 

Club: Women's Choir. 



LORETTA FELLERS 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Business Club. 



PATRICIA FERGUSON 

Charlotte, N.C. 

Ivy Leaf Club; University Choir; 

B.S.U. 



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DAVID FORBES 

Hollis, N.V. 

Alpha Phi Alpha; University Choir; 

Student Council President; Who's 

Who. 




ISSAC FOX 

Washington, D.C. 

Kappa Alpha Psi; Chemistry Club. 




VIVIAN GILLIAM 

Windsor, N.C. 

English Club, S.N.E.A.; NA.A.C.P. 




BERNICE GOODING 

Kinston, N.C. 

English Club; Pyramid Club; Shaw 

Journal; S.N.E.A. 




BARBARA HAILES 
Petersburg, Va. 

Aurora Club; B.S.U. ; Ushers' Un- 
ion; N.A.A.C. P. 




EFFIE HARBISOi; 

Morganton, N.C. 

Home Economics Club; B.S.L'. 




NORMA HARDIN 

Kannapolis, N.C. 

Delta Sigma Theta; Cheering Squad; 

Mathematics Club; Bear Staff. 




JANICE HART 
Suffolk, Va. 
B.S.U. ; S.N.E.A. 




BETTIE HICKS 
Raleigh, N.C. 
English Club 



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YVONNE HICKS 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Student Coun- 
cil; Bear Staff; Shaw Players. 




BETTY HUDSON 

Wendell, N.C. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha ; Business Club. 




JEAN HORNE 

Washington, DC. 

Sigma Gamma R h o ; University 

Choir; Student Council; Women's 

Personnel Council. 




WILMA HUNTER 
Durham, N.C. 
S.N.E.A. 




LOVIE HOWARD 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Sigma Gamma Rho; Shaw Players; 

Bear Staff; Business Club. 




JOHN JEFFREYS 
Youngsville, N.C. 

Phi Beta Sigma; Shaw Players; Uni- 
versity Choir. 



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SHIRLEY JOHNSON 
Garner, N.C. 
Business Club. 




GERALDINE JOYNER 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Ivy Leaf Club. 




ELMA LAMBERTSON 

Potecasi, N.C. 

Archonian Club; B.S.U.; S.C.A.; 

S.N.E.A. 



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LOIS LANE 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Zeta Phi Beta; N.A.A.C.P.; 

Staff; Alpha Rho Tau. 



Bear 



VARNELL LEWIS 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Sigma Gamma Rho; Student Coun- 
cil; Home Economics Club; Pan- 
Hellenic Council. 




JAMES LOGAN 
Asheville, N. C. 
Alpha Phi Alpha. 





ROBERT McCORY 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Lampodas Club ; Basketball Team ; 

Football Team; University Choir. 




'BESSIE McCOY 

|South Mills, N. C. 

Archonian Club ; Home Economics 

Club; Women's Personnel Council. 



EUGENE McCULLERS 

Gamer, N. C. 

Kappa Alpha Psi : Business 

S.N.E.A. 



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Club; 



calvin Mcdowell 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Omega Psi Phi; Physical Education 

Club; Football Team; Basketball 

Team. 



LONZIE McKEITHEN 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 
N.A.A.C.P.; Who's Who. 



CALENE McKINNIE 
Apex, N. C. 




BETTIE MARRIOTT 

Wendell, N. C. 

Sigma Gamma Rho ; Bear Staff ; 

Usher's Union; S.N.E.A. 




ALICE MITCHELL 

Walnut Cove, N. C. 

University Choir; Shaw Players. 



GREENE MONROE 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Business Club. 



ROBERT MORMAN 

Asheville, N. C. 

Bear Staff; S.N.E.A. President; 

S.C.A. 



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FRANCES MULLINS 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Delta Sigma Theta ; University 

Choir; Student Council Journal and 

Bear Staff. 



GLORIA NIMMO 

Greenville, N. C. 

Delta Sigma Theta; SNEA: Junior 

Counselor; Who's Who. 



WALTER NOBLE 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Alpha Phi Alpha. 






ELV1A NORRIS 
Raleigh, N. C. 



PERNELL PARKER 

Wilmington, N .C. 

Alpha Phi Alpha; Football; Baseball. 



ESTHER PETERKIN 
Dunn, N. C. 
Mathematics Club. 






RUBY PINCHBACK 

Yanceyville, N. C. 

Student Council ; Sunday School ; 

Bear Staff; SCA. 



LOUIS POWELL 
New Hill N. C. 

Kappa Alpha Psi ; SNEA; Mathe- 
matics Club; Student Council. 



LOU ALVIA RIDDICK 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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BETTIE RIDLEY 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa 

Mu; Student Council; Who's Who. 




HAYZEL ROBINSON 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Alpha Phi Alpha: Football; 
ball; Journal and Bear Staff. 




Base- 



MYRTLE ROSS 

Durham, N. C. 

Home Economics Club. 




SHIRLEY SATTERFIELD 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Shaw Players; Bear Staff. 




BARBARA SMITH 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Journal Staff; 

Women's Personnel Council. 




CARDRIENNE STANLEY 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Lmiversity Choir. 




KATHELL STANLEY 
Shallotte, N. C. 

English Club; SCA; Journal 
Usher's Union. 




Staff; 



JOHNNIE STEED 
Henderson, N. C. 
SNEA. 




GLORIA STROUD 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Ivy Leaf Club. 



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FRED SUGGS 

Farmville. N. C. 

Phi Beta Sigma: University Choir 

Biology Club. 



DORIS TEEL 

Greemille. X. C. 

Pyramid Club: Mathematics Club. 



LAWSOX TERRELL 
Raleigh. X. C. 
Bear Staff. 






LILLIAN TILLERV 
Xorfolk, Ya. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Home Eco- 
nomics Club: Pan-Hellenic Council. 



ESTHER TILLMAN 

Wadesboro, X. C. 

Ivy Leaf Club : Shaw Players ; L'sh- 

er's Union: Shaw Journal. 



GEXELL TODD 
Zebulon. X. C. 

Shaw Players: SXEA : Physical Edu- 
cation Club. 






VIRGIXIA TOTTEX 

Reidsville. X. C. 

L'niversity Choir: Student Council: 

SXEA : Business Club. 



LEOX WADDELL 

Wilmington. X. C. 

Alpha Phi Alpha: Baseball; Bear 

Staff. 



DAVID WALKER 
Hartford, Conn. 
Bear Staff. 



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ROJEAN WALLACE 
Warsaw, N. C. 

Home Economics Club; Shaw Play- 
ers ; Shawettes. 




LEROY WATERS 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Kappa Alpha Psi; University Choir; 

Who's Who; Bear Staff. 




PAULINE W ATKINS 

Rolesville, N. C. 

Delta Sigma Theta ; Shaw Players ; 

Who's Who; Student Council. 






CYNTHIA WILLIAMS 

Newport News, Va. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; Who's Who; 

Editor, Shaw Journal ; English Club. 



ELLA WILLIAMS 
Merry Hill, N. C. 
SNEA;NAACP. 



JAMES WILLIAMS 

Farmville, Va. 

NAACP; Theological; Fraternity. 






ELEASE WOMBLE 

Asheville, N. C. 

University Choir; Women's Choir; 

NAACP. 



COZY WOODS 

Denton, Md. 

Bear Staff; Business Club; Women's 

Personnel Council; NAACP. 



LULA CLAIBORNE 
South Boston, Va. 
B.S.U.; SCA. 



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CLASS POEM 



Shaw University we leave thee now 

We're grateful to thee; we shall never forget how 

As fledglings we came uncertain to thee 

But we lingered here, our minds became free 

For knowledge we thirsted, learning our goal ; 

We opened our books, it commenced to unfold. 

Our instructors were crutches upon which we leaned ; 

Our books — silent sages — that before us gleamed. 

From the ugly duckling to the beautiful swan ; 

Through four years of striving the battle is won. 

Now to greater learning our thoughts fly 

And so, Alma Mater, we say good-bye. 




Miss Bettie Hicks 



CLASS SONG 



Tune : My Happiness 

Now the time is drawing near 
We must bid a sad farewell 
But how can we forget you 
Dear Ol' Shaw U 
To our door you held the key 
That opened our hearts and minds 
We will hold those mem'ries true 
Dear Ol' Shaw U 




Chorus : 

Those precious years it seems 

Have fulfilled our hopes and our dreams 

You taught us wrong from right 

And you were our guiding light 

Now that we must say so long 
We will leave to one and all 
Faith that has led us thus far 
Dear Old Shaw U. 
With our voices raised in song 
We promise our best we'll do 
So for now we bid adieu 
Dear Ol' Shaw U. 



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Most Gracious God, we, Thy children offer our adoration, our gratitude, 
and our love. 

Grant to us a strong reassurance that we may be equal to the problems 
that confront us. Make us aware of our resources and the inexhaustible 
power available through Thee. Amid the constant stresses and strains of 
daily living, we seek refuge in Thee, not to escape from the storms of life, 
but to renew our vision, that we may face our problems with faith, cour- 
age, and determination as we strive to do Thy will. 

Make us diligent in all our duties and patient in all our trials. Open our 
minds to understand, make our hearts to appreciate, and strengthen our 
hands that we may labor to build Thy kingdom of mercy, truth, and peace 
on earth. 

We face the future unafraid because we that believe realize that nothing 
can separate us from the LOVE OF GOD. In His spirit we pray. 






Pauline Watkins and Leroy Waters 



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WHO'S WHO 

AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN 

COLLEGES AND 
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WHO'S WHO'S is a directory designed to give national recognition to college seniors and 
juniors who have distinguished themselves and their schools through excellence in the aca- 
demics and extra-classroom activities. This year (1961-62) the seniors selected by the faculty 
and student committee to represent our institution were STANDING, L. to R. : Dean Foster 
Payne, Advisor, Edward Mason, Betty Ridley, James Ballard, Pauline Watkins, Luther 
Dowdy, Lonzic McKcithcn. SEATED: David Forbes, Cynthia Williams, Gloria Nimmo, and 
Leroy Waters. 



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Judah Person 
Stafford Bullock 
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. . . Jimmy Dew 
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Velma Adams 
Constance Alston 
Howard Anderson 
Ann Anthony 



Virginia Avery 
Mamie Bailey 
Willie Batchelor 
Man Bell 



Hattie Blackwell 
LaVern Blackwell 
Marie Bond 
Stafford Bullock 



Nettie Bynum 
Waders Campbell 
Nathaniel Carter 
Allie Clark 





Patricia Cooper 
Anna Davis 
Opelia Davis 
Inez Dean 



James Dew 
Charles Earle 
Bruce Eure 
Herbert Freeman 



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Annette Glee 
Annie Gooding 
Louis Hall 
Samuel Harris 



Janice House 
Louise Johnson 
Mattie Leggett 
Stella Little 



Charles Michael 
Gladys Midgette 
Arlene Miles 
Sandra Miles 



Helen Miller 
Doris Monk 
Betty Newsone 
Joan Pace 





Queen Plemmer 
Joanne Pretty 
Joanne Reedy 
Priscilla Robinson 



Georgiana Sharpe 
Ellen Spivey 
Annie Squires 
Olivia Styron 



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Lorraine Watson 




Billie Watts 




Doretha Williams 




"Camera Shy" Juniors 

Donald Bowman 
Timothy Boyer 
John Collins 
Patrick Davis 
Ruby Early 
Wendell Edwards 
Yvonne Edwards 
James Fox 
Gerald Preston 
Kayreitha High 
Percy High 
Herman Hinton 
Regena Johnson 
Aaron Joyner 
Robert Leach 
Stephen McCray 
Greta McCullom 
Joan McCrimmon 
Patricia Malone 
Eleanor Nunn 
Judah Person 
Carroll Purcell 
Dorothy Savage 
Lacy Simpson 
Mary Thigpen 
Bessie Walker 



Joan Williams 





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CLASS OFFICERS 



President .... 
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Treasurer 



. . . Mack Sowell 

Joe Brown 

. . Joyce Barber 
Leonard Gibbons 



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Betty Abbott 
Arnold Ambers 
Hazel Baldwin 
Joyce Barber 
Bennie Barnes 





Mamie Belton 
Sally Brisbon 
Priscilla Brodie 
Joe Brown 
Clifford Chambliss 




Carolyn Christmas 
Evelyn Clay 
Carolyn Conley 
Alexander Currin 



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David Costin 
Conrad Dalton 
Josephine Dancey 
Clifton Davis 
Roy Day 





James Earnest 
Blanche Edwards 
Dallas Foster 
Gloria Freeman 
Leonard Gibbons 



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Janice Godette 
Lavern Godette 
Winifred Golliday 
Loudela Guess 
Rose Hawkins 






Ella Haywood 
Thomas Head 
Bettie Hicks 
Blanche Hines 
Bernard Hodges 




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John Howard 
Margaret Howard 
Vynetta Hubbard 

Virginia Kirby 
Matyre Latta 







Gerard Lee 
Constance Little 
James Long 
Elaine Maddox 
Lena Maffett 







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Dorothy Mallard 
Beatrice Mial 
Alice McDuffie 
Albert Mitchner 
Edith Moore 






Marion Moore 
Elaine Morgan 
Clarence Muse 
Andrew Mwangi 
Beverly Nobles 







Geraldine Nunnally 
Worley Pace 
Barbara Peterson 
Brenda Pitts 
William RatlifT 






Roena Scott 
Lacey Speight 
Charles Spellman 
Doris Spivey 
Cecile Sutphin 




Mary Tillman 
Catherine Williams 
Louis Williams 
Peggy Williams 
Mary Womack 



"Camera Shy' 


Sophomores 


Frank Abbott 


Dempsey Hardy 


Ruby Alston 


Vera Harris 


Susie Branch 


William Hartsfield 


Charles Brandon 


Patricia Hayes 


James Cullen Bridges 


Mary Jenkins 


Louis Cannady 


Marjorie Jones 


James Carter 


Barbara Jones 


Virginia Chavis 


Ham- Komegay 


William Coleman 


Caroldine Leak 


Milton Davis 


Alice McCullers 


Paul Diggs 


Ruby McLawhom 


Andrew Fellers 


Barbara Malone 


Woodrow Flythe 


Judith Moore 


Lena Foust 


Theodore Powell 


Pauline Freeman 


Beverly RatlifT 


Jo Ann Galley 


Claudette Rinehardt 


Dorothy Caldwell 


Hattie Royall 


Edna Wall 


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Marine Askew 
Mary Barnes 
LaVira Baine 
LaVonne Baine 
Frank Benjamin 



Joyce Bland 
Faye Blount 
Pattie Boyd 
Thomas Bright 
Pearlie Bryan 



Delphine Bryant 
Martha Byers 
Samuel Caldwell 
Wilhemenia Caldwell 
Wilhelmenia Campbell 



Donna Cannon 
Clementine Carr 
John Cary 
Kathleen Cheatham 
Andrew Chishom 



Nellie Clark 
Alberta Couch 
Dela Cozart 
Esther Cray ton 
Martha Crenshaw 



Willie Curmon 
Delane Dave 
Cleveland Deloache 
Ann Dickens 
Attie Dolby 



Ivan Dotson 
Jacquelyn Edmonds 
Robert Edwards 
Dorothy Farmer 
Vernell Ferrell 



Ednell Fonville 
Georgia Fonville 
Shelia Foushee 
Carolyn Freeman 
Ophelia Fuller 



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Willie Gales 
Algetha Gatling 
Gloria Gibbs 
Joe Gibbs 
Daniel Gilmore 



Thomas Graham 
Mary Graves 
Delia Greene 
Kenneth Green 
William Greene 



Raymond Griffin 
Nancy Hairston 
Richard Hall 
Eric Harding 
Queen Hardison 



Barbara Harp 
Holland Hawkins 
Clcmetine Hayes 
Victoria Haynes 
Maxine Hendricks 



Emma Hicks 
Natalie High 
James Hinton 
Janire Hinton 
Barbara Hodges 



Bettie Holding 
Alice Holloman 
Patricia Holloway 
Debborah James 
Loretta James 



Geneviene Johnson 
Lanue Johnson 
Bobbie Jones 
Linda Johnson 
Jacquelyn Jones 



Willie Jordan 
Peter Kamande 
Joseph Kidd 
Pattie Laughinghouse 

Edna Laws 



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Sandra Lcary 
Queen Esther Lee 
Lauretta Lemons 
Aubrey Lewis 
David Ligon 



Hawa Lyons 
Gloria Llovd 
Malissa Loften 
Eugene Logan 
Willie Lucas 



James Lyles 
Doris Lyons 
Lauretta McArthur 
Bobby McClain 
Judie McCollough 



Shirley McDowell 
Doris McKay 
James McKay 
Mildred McMilHan 
Carolyn Mack 



Joan Maddox 
JoAnn Malone 
Andrew Martin 
Harrison Mattocks 
James Maye 



Elaine Maynor 
Himphrey Mbugua 
Grace Middleton 
Lonnie Miller 
Marjorie Mills 



Dorothy Mobley 
Locke Moore 
Madeline Morgan 
Lunetta Mosley 
Mildred Moss 



Mattie Murphy 
Margaret Neighbors 
Frederick Ouka 
Andre Owens 
Catherine Palmer 



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William Parker 
Ernest Perkins 
Kathelene Perry 
Paulette Poe 
Margaret Pope 



Ernest Powell 
Julia Powers 
Jerry Price 
Sylvia Props 
Edward Reynolds 



Carolyn Richardson 
Joyce Robinson 
Fletcher Rodgers 
Minnie Rodwell 
Barbara Rollins 



Freddie Royster 
Dianne Sampson 
Hester Scales 
Armond Scott 
Quincy Scott 



William Shackleford 
Sandra Simpson 
Margaret Singleton 
Brenda Smith 
Charles Smith 



Elois Smith 
Lillian Smith 
Leon Smith 
Sarah Smith 
Martha Southerland 



Mildred Southerland 
Patti Spence 
Willie Stackhouse 
Bishop Stallings 
Virginia Stanley 



Stanley Stubb 
Bryant Suggs 
David Sure 
Joe Thomas 
Ollie Thomas 



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Robert Tinnin 
Myrtle Turner 
Patricia Tysor 
Rosa Underwood 
Ervin Uprhurch 



Janet Upchurch 
David Vaughn 
Geneva Vann 
Emanual Waddell 
Peter Waiters 



Annette Walker 
Mack Walker 
Marie Walton 
Willie Weaver 
Mildred Wells 



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Sherman White 
Ralph White 
Tony Whitehead 
Mamie Wiggins 



Barbara Williams 
Elmo Williams 
Peggy Williams 
Wheeler Williams 
Brenda Wimmiamson 



Betty Wilson 
Ester Wilson 
Juanita Wise 
Nellie Womble 
Willie Woods 



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THE SHAW UNIVERSITY 
CHORALE SOCIETY 

The Shaw University Chorale Society was founded in the fall of 1931. It is now 
recognized as one of the outstanding "symphonic" chorale organizations in the 
United States. 

The group is in constant demand in its home city of Raleigh and each year makes 
numerous appearances at schools, churches and before local organizations. It is of- 
ten featured over the local radio stations. Not only is the choir popular in this vi- 
cinity, but also throughout the State of North Carolina, the South, East and North. 
The Annual Spring program presented in the University auditorium is always at- 
tended by a more-than capacity audience. In recent years the choir has appeared 
in the following states: Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachu- 
setts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Vir- 
ginia. As a result of its concerts, its broadcasts and appearances over the country, 
the Shaw University Chorale Society has become synonymous with chorale music of 
the highest quality. In performance, regardless of the variation of the repertoire, 
the choir continues to reflect trained perfections. 

The original objective of the organization was to raise the criteria of chorale 
ensembles and chorale music. This idea has been strictly adhered to and carried 
out. Mr. Gil-Symthe has steadfastly refused to compromise in any manner concern- 
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STUDENT GOODWILL 

AMBASSADORS AT 
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As this year draws to a close, I feel it in order to express 
my pleasure for having had the opportunity of serving as 
President of the Student Body. The problems, pleasures, sad 
moments, joys, defeats, triumphs, the academic and extra- 
curricular activities and lasting friendships have made this a 
rich and worthwhile year for me and hopefully for you, the 
Student Body. 

To the graduating seniors I extend best wishes and hope 



for your success as you leave Shaw and enter various walks 
of life. To the remaining Shaw Bears, who are to take up the 
reigns of government next year, I leave best wishes for con- 
tinued success in campus affairs. 
Much success, 

David Collins Forbes 
President of Student Body 



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The Student Council serves to further the activities of 
student life, promote a widespread interest in the student 
affairs, and to develop citizenship on Shaw's Campus. 
Functioning as the supreme instrument of government in 
regulating the affairs of all students on our campus, this 



system of government has been constantly changing, 
growing, and adapting itself to new circumstances which 
have arisen during the past years. Without this organiza- 
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The Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, founded in 
1937. is a national organization which aspires to promote 
high scholarship, encourage sincere and zealous endeavor 
in all fields of knowledge and service and to cultivate a 



hieh order of personal Iking. Members Miss Bettie J. 
Ridley. Mr. James A. Ballard. Adviser: Dean Foster 
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The Men's Personnel Council is the representative 
spokesman for the male population on our campus. It 
has as its major aims: to create an atmosphere of good 
college fellowship among the fellows; to regulate matters 
of conduct on the part of the males, and to do whatever 



is within its power to develop good, wholesome, and well 
rounded men who will represent our institution in the 
best possible manner. President: Mr. James Dew; Ad- 
viser: Dean Charles Blalock. 




The major aim of the Women's Personnel Council is to 
direct, and suggest activities that will help to carry out its 
program of finer womanhood. The organization is com- 
posed of all young women attending Shaw University. 
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This we feel is a good opportunity for the young women 
and men to exchange ideas on arranging their dormitory 
living quarters. President: Miss Jean Home; Advisor: 
Dean Carrie Harrison. 



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The Bear Staff is happy to feature an addition to our 
family of organizations. The main purpose of this club is 
to promote an atmosphere of welcome for our interna- 
tional students as they exchange ideas about their coun- 



tries. The club is composed of international students and 
other interested students. President: Mr. Charles Earle, 
Jamacia. British West Indies: Adviser: Mr. Carl DeVane. 



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When it comes to originality in dancing, we at Shaw 
believe that our Dance Group is one of the best to be 
found anywhere in America. Here we see them in an 
evening of entertainment. Their basic aim is to create 



new dance steps, and to instill within the student body a 
deeper appreciation for all types of dances. President: 
Miss Marie Bond; Adviser: Mr. William Spann. 



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The Baptist Student Union provides recreation, relaxa- 
tion, and religious guidance for the entire Shaw commun- 
ity: the student body, faculty, and staff. The members of 
this organization have as one of its major activities a trip 



to the American Baptist Convention in Greenlake, Wis- 
consin to discuss with other college students matters of 
interest on their college campuses. President: Miss Lacy 
Speight; Adviser: Miss Mildred McTyre. 



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the Y.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. The purpose of the or- 
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and practices of the Christian Church. President: Charles 
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Each Sunday morning the students at Shaw gather in 
the University Church to give expression of their faith in 
God. Here at Shaw students acquire an education steeped 



in Christian faith and tradition. President: Miss Ruby 
Pinchback; Adviser: Miss Mildred McTyre. 



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The ushers pictured render zealously their services and 
time at church services and various activities on the cam- 
pus. One of their basic aims is to assist in whatever way 



possible making our students comfortable. President: 
Louis Hall; Adviser: Dr. Moses DeLaney. 



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The Business Club is a new addition to the host of other clubs at Shaw. The basic 
purpose of the club is to acquaint its members with recent and changing trends in 
the business world. Advisors : Mrs. Lizzie Crews, Mr. James Kofa. 




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The Pestalozzi Chapter of the Student National Edu- 
cational Association of Shaw University has given much 
guidance and preparation to those who have chosen 
teaching as their vocation. The major aim of this profes- 



sional organization is to acquaint the prospective 
teacher of his duties in developing good citizens for our 
democratic society. President: Mr. Robert Morman: Ad- 
viser: Mis. Clara Jenkins. 



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Thanks to the junior counselors our freshmen do not 
have to walk around the campus looking aimlessly. An 
outstanding feature of our counseling system is its availa- 
bility to our freshmen. In many instances our counselors 



are not able to give direct answers to questions that might 
arise but they at least know where to direct the student 
for further information. President: Mr. Louis Hall: Ad- 
viser: Dr. Marguerite Adams. 



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The University Newspaper, The Shaw Journal, pro- 
vides for our students excellent journalistic experience. It 
keeps us informed on campus events and presents stu- 
dents' views on various issues that concern not only our 



college community but college communities in general. 
Editor: Miss Cynthia Williams; Advisors: Miss Madelyn 
Watson, Dean Foster Payne. 



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The purpose of the Home Economics Club are: To 
acquaint the students with the recent trends in Home 
Economics: to promote finer womanhood: to serve as a 
medium through which there will be an exchange of 



opinions and concepts between the students and instruct- 
ors; to promote Scholastic achievement, and to promote 
better student relationships. President: Efne Harbison; 
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The Biology Club's chief purpose is to keep its mem- 
bers abreast with the recent trends not only in biology but 
in all areas of science. The members of this club and the 



instructors exchange opinions and views involving recent 
findings in biology and its related sciences. President: Mr. 
Sherman Miles; Adviser: Mr. Herschel Irons. 



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The Mathematics Club is composed of majors in 
mathematics and chemistry. Here we see them engaged 
in an evening of problem solving. One of their basic aims 



is the creating of an appreciatic.i for and a keener in- 
sight into the field of mathematical knowledge. President: 
Mr. Lerov Waters. 



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This club is made up of students majoring in English 
who desire to extend their knowledge about the subject 
and its current problems. The English Club members dis- 
cuss ways to improve the English usage on our campus. 



This year the club and the department presented Shake- 
speare's A Mid-Summer Night's Dream, and Titan a 
movie featuring the works of Michaelangelo. President: 
Miss Ophelia Davis; Adviser: Miss Madelyn Watson. 



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to the family of clubs on our campus. This club consists 
of majors in the field of physical education. They have as 



one of their basic aims the creating of a deeper apprecia- 
tion of their chosen field. President: Mrs. Charles Davis; 
Adviser: Mr. William Spann. 



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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY 




National Founding Date January 16. 1908 Colors Pink & Green 

Pledge Club Ivy Leaf Club Motto: Bv Merit and Culture 




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National Founding Date December 4 



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Pledge Club Pyramid Club Motto: Intelligence Is the Torch of Wisdom 




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KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 




National Founding Date January 5, 1911 Colors 

Cream Pledge Club Scrollers Motto: Achievement 



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National Founding Date November 17,1911 Colors Purple and 

Gold Pledge Club Lampodas Club Motto: Friendship is essential to 

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National Founding Date January 14, 1920 Colors Blue and White 

Pledge Club Crescent Club Motto: Culture for Service and Service for 

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National Founding Date November 12, 1922 Colors Blue and 

Gold Pledge Club Aurora Club Motto: Greater Sen-ice; Greater 

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National Founding Date January 16, 1920 Colors Blue and White 

Pledge Club Archronian Club Motto: Fine Womanhood 



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STUDENT COUNCIL INSTALLATION 




FOUNDER'S DAY 



OUR GUEST SPEAKER 
Mr. Cecil Rhodes 



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David Presents and Gloria Accepts. 



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Homecoming, 1961, was an event that will stand out in the for queens, and making sure that everything was set for the 
memories of all. Long hours were spent during the entire week big day. 
building class floats, preparing for the parade, buying flowers 







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One of Shaw's Former Football Teams 
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The hush of an empty theater . . . anguish of rehearsals . . . casting . . . grease 
paint . . . lighting . . designing and redesigning of sets . . . watching the sea of 
faces over the footlights on opening night . . . and another one of Mr. Guilbert A. 
Dayley's productions has won its way into the hearts of the Shaw family. 

The members of the Dramatics Club have experienced a successful year as they 
presented a variety of plays which ran from The Monkey's Paw to its major produc- 
tion. The Silver Cord. Mr. Dalev is the adviser to the Shaw Players. 



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A scene from "The Silver Cord.' 




A scene From "Winter Sunset." 




A scene From "Lamb in the Window.' 



A scene From The "Monkey's Paw." 



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Scene From "Our Town." 



Scene From "Elizabeth The Queen. 1 






Scene From "Come Back Little Sheba.' 



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CHEERLEADERS 





Cynthia Williams 



Normu Hardin 



Cheerleaders boosted school spirit at every opportunity 
and backed the teams through victories and losses. They en- 
couraged good sportsmanship at football, basketball, and 
baseball games. Their tasks were many . . . decorating goal 
posts . . . gathering good attendance . . . new and novel yells 
. . supporting the team at all times and urging, "All the way. 



big team, all the way" . . . and lending a helping hand to our 
rough and ready players. Can't you just hear our cheerleaders 
singing "We Are The Shaw Bears"? Reading from left to 
right we see: Matrye, Joyce, Gloria. JoAnn, and Josephine. 



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HAYZEL ROBINSON, Co-Captain 



Otis Clark. 6 feet 215 pound leader of the Shaw Bears, was 
unanimously voted to the All-CIAA Mythical 1 1 . Also as 
linebacker he achieved all-American honors. Clark has ex- 
celled far above other great Bears of the last 13 years. He is 
gifted with undying love for the game, which when matched 
with his outstanding ability produces the finest linebacker in 
the countrv. 



Hayzel Robinson, the Bear's tireless right guard, ranks sec- 
ond to Clark in actual playing time. "Robbie" broke into the 
Bears' starting lineup as a Sophomore along with Clark to 
give the Bears a fearsome interior line. The team feels that 
our right guard, Hayzel. has all the makings of an All- 
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Our Bears Stood Majestically Against an Array of Opponents: 

Maryland us Shaw 
Our Bears, led by the bone-crushing tackling of Otis Clark, fought Maryland 
State to a stand still before bowing on mistakes, 40 — 15. 

Shaw vs. J. C. Smith 

In Homecoming against J. C. Smith's Golden Bulls, our relentless Bears broke the 
previously unscored-on record of the Bulls and played flawlessly on defenses only to 
come out short, 1 2 — 9. 

Shaw vs. Elizabeth City 

Against fighting the Elizabeth City State Pirates, our Bears drew cheers from 
thousands by storming from behind (6—0) to claw the Pirates 20—6. Freshmen 
Robert Tinnin and Andrew Martin performed tremendously behind Q.B. Bob Mc- 
Cory. 

Thanksgiving Classic 

With all the color and excitement to be imagined, our Bears fought gloriously 
but committed one mistake; outcome — Bears, — St. Augustine, 6. 



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FRONT ROW. left to risht: Howard. Moore, McDowell. Shackleford. Robinson, Stone. Rodgers, Carter, Johnson. Mc- 

Barnes, Chishom, Clark. Tinnin. Williams, Gibbons. Weaver, Cory. BACK ROW: Wilson. Hall, Dalton. Korneeay. Muse, 

Martin. SECOND ROW: Powell. Carter. Smith, Curmon. Williams, Long, Hinton. Watts, Brown, Powell, Ligon, Sanders. 



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OUTFIELDERS 
Charlie Sparks 
Thomas Hooker 
Theodore Powell 
James Carter 
Flecther Rodgers 

ISF1ELDERS 

Jimmy Bassett 
Harold Richmond 
Peter Waiters 
Joe Brown 
William Hartsfield 

CATCHERS 
Pernell Parker 
Charles Davis 
Hermin Hinton 

PITCHERS 
Leon Waddell 
Roy Day 
Paul Diggs 
Hayzel Robinson 



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STUDENT 
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What's wrong with the dining hall? 



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Picture of economy 



Stranded on tour 



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Compliments of 



CROSS POULTRY CO. 



Raleigh, North Carolina 



Phone — T.E. 2-7751 



Compliments 



Dandee Bread — Cakes 



BELL BAKERIES 



102 Harrison Ave 



T.E. 25561 



Clifton L. Benson 

Executive Vice President 

Grady Boykin 

Vice President 

Ralph Ingram 

Treasurer 

J. Y. Hornbuckle 

Secretary 

CAROLINA BUILDERS CORPORATION 

LUMBER : MILLWORK : BUILDING MATERIAL AND HARDWARE 



217 North Dawson St. 



Telephone 828-7471 



Raleigh, N.C. 



Congratulations to 

The SENIOR CLASS OF SHAW UNIVERSITY 

from the 

UNION BAPTIST CHURCH 



Rev. Carlton O. Cooke, Pastor 



Sparrows Point, Md. 



George S. White, Church Clerk 



BOOSTERS 



Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Leslie Roberson 


Mr. 


& Mrs 


Peter Flood 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


George Thomas 


Mrs 


. Geneva Mullins 


Mr. 


& Mrs 


Charles Dowdy 


Mrs 


. Ethel Watkins 


Rev 


. & Mrs 


. Carlton Cooke 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Ellis Rucker 


Mrs 


. J. A. Nimmo 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Percy Jones 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Crenshaw 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Alfredo Conolly 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Epps 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Taft Statham 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Floyd Martin 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Lane 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


George White 


Rev 


. & Mrs 


. James Everette 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Gertrude Betts 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


D. Bullette 


Mrs 


. Louise Burnette 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Craige 


Mr. 


Herbert Greene 


Miss Barbara Williams 


Miss Doretha Williams 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


James Cofield 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Newell 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Holcomb 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Thomas Hardin 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Hubert Marriott 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Oscar Todd 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


William Pinchback 



Miss Lillian W. Pinchback 
Dr. Wilmoth Carter 
Mr. & Mrs. Guilbert Daley 
Mr. & Mrs. Waddell 
Mr. & Mrs. Walker 
Rev. & Mrs. John Woods 
Mr. & Mrs. Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Clark 
Mr. & Mrs. Satterfield 
Mrs. Flora Canady 
Mr. & Mrs. Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Hicks 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hicks 
Miss Jeanette Pattishaw 
Mr. & Mrs. William Tillman 
Mr. & Mrs. James Ridley 
Mr. & Mrs. Griffin 
Rev. & Mrs. J. A. Forbes 
Mr. & Mrs. Waters 
Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Cannon 
Mr. & Mrs. Lon Corry 
Mr. & Mrs. D. L. Brundidge 
Dr. & Mrs. M. A. Nimmo 
Mr. & Mrs. Blakeley 
Mr. Julia Adams 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Can- 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Harris 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Boyce 
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Green 
Mr. Tyron C. Reece 
Mr. & Mrs. Lanza Tyler 
Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Sherrill 



Mr. & Mrs. M. N. Walker 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Miller 

Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson 

Rev. & Mrs. A. J. Brewer 

Mr. & Mrs. T. Morrow 

Mrs. Alberta Mullins 

Mr. W. B. Robinson 

Rev. & Mrs. J. A. Nimmo, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Mullins, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley 

Mr. & Mrs. Terrell 

Rev. & Mrs. Reece 

Mr. & Mrs. R. C. Nimmo 

Miss Jeannette Hardin 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Brundidge 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Taylor 

Miss Barbara Waddell 

Rev. & Mrs. W. B. Lewis 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Anderson 

Rev. Charles Marriott 

Mrs. Mamie N. Perry 

Rev. George S. Stokes 

Mr. & Mrs. Eddie C. Harris 

Mr. & Mrs. Ann Brooks 

Mr. & Mrs. Milton Carr, Jr. 

Mrs. M. G Outlaw & 

Men's Chorus 
Mr. R. D. Roscoe, Sr. 
Indian Woods Sunday School 
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkerson 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Kegler 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ramsey 






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SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



Gloria Autry 
319 Lenoir St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Mabel Bailey 
Rt. 1. Box 394 
Willow Springs, N.C. 

James Ballard 
906 E. 12/s St. 
Winston Salem, N.C. 

James Ballou 
1516 N. 30th St. 
South Boston, Va. 

James Bassett 
969 Rivermont Dr. 
Pittsburgh 7, Pa. 

Bobby Benjamin 
Rt. 2, Box 376 
Norwood, N.C. 

Connie Blanks 
Rt. 1, Box 272 
Acme, N.C. 

William Brock 
P.O. Box 168 
Lumberton, N.C. 

Annie Burton 
Rt. 1, Box 201 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Leslie Camm 
1560 2nd St. 
Lynchburg, N.C. 

Lena Carr 
103 N. Pitt St. 
Greenville, N.C. 

Otis Clark 
208 Lincoly St. 
Kinston, N.C. 

Thelma Cowan 
50 Harriot St. 
Vonkers, N.Y. 

Charles Davis 
Rt. 5, Box 277 
Granville, N.C. 

Marion Davis 
1209 Battle St. 
Greenville, N.C. 



Luther Dowdy 
803 J Street 
Sparrows Point, Md. 

Doris Evans 
Rt. 6, Box 373 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Annie Faison 
Rt. 1. Box 166 
Turkey, N.C. 

Loretta Fellers 
527 W. Lenoir St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Wilma Floyd 
Rt. 2 
Raleigh, N.C. 

David Forbes 
203-08 104th Ave. 
Hollis, N.Y. 

Isaac Fox 

1200 Delaware Ave. SW 
Apt. 212 
Washington, DC. 

Maxine Freeman 
212 Spence St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Patricia Ferguson 
329 Fannie St. 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Vivian Gilliam 
Rt. 2. Box 132 
Windsor, N.C. 

Bernice Gooding 
Rt. 5, Box 22 
Kinston, N.C. 

Raymond Graves 
1210 E. Martin St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Willie Griffin 
Church St. 
Pocahontas. Va. 

Barbara Hailes 
431 Byrne St. 
Petersburg, Va. 

Effie Harbison 
Rt. 5. Box 302 
Morganton. N.C. 



Norma Hardin 
556 Carver St. 
Kannapolis, N.C:. 

Janice Hart 
509 Mason St. 
Suffolk. Ya. 

Betty Hicks 
3001 Chavis Dr. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Yvonne Hicks 
326 Smithfield St. 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Jean Home 

433 Elm St.. N.W. 

Washington. D.C. 

Thomas Hooker 
Rt. 1. Box 146 
Raleigh. N.C. 

Lovie Howard 
513 S. Bloodworth 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Betty Hudson 
Rt. 2 
Wendell. N.C. 

Priscilla Hunt 
535 Clark St. 
Henderson. N.C. 

Wilma Hunter 
2920 Beechwood 
Durham, N.C. 

Treva Isaiah 
1447 E. 17th St. 
Winston Salem, N.C. 

John Jeffreys 
Persemmon St. 
Youngsville, N.C. 

Shirley Johnson 
Rt. 1, Box 60 
Garner, N.C. 

Geraldine Joyner 
2216 Roberts St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Elma Lajnbertson 
P.O. Box 124 
Potecasi, N.C. 



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SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



Lois Lane 

1103 Herkimer St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 



Alice Mitchell 
Rt. 2, Box 515 
Walnut Cove, N.C. 



Barbara Smith 
1304 E. 12th St. 
Winston Salem, N.C. 



Vernell Lewis 
906 Bradley Ave. 
Tarboro. N.C. 

James Logan 
165 S. Grove St. 
Asheville, N.C. 



Henry Monroe 
321 E. Cabarrus St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Frances Mullins 
F-10 Lincoln Court 
Lakeland, Fla. 



Charles Sparks 
4244 Girard Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cardrienne Stanley 
2 Johnson Terrace 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Robert McCory 
63 Folk St. 
Lynchburg, Va. 



Gloria Nimmo 
1003 W. Fifth St. 
Greenville, N.C. 



Kathell Stanley 
Rt. 2, Box 1 1 7 
Shallotte, N.C. 



Bessie McCoy 
Rt. 1, Box 102 
South Mills, N.C. 



Walter Nobles 
523 Cannon Ave. 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Johnnie Steed 
124 S. Bullock St. 
Henderson, N.C. 



Eugene McCullers 
216 Bagwell St. 
Garner, N.C. 



Elvia Norris 

857 Necombe Rd. 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Gloria Stroud 
307 Cannon St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Calvin McDowel 
832 W. Park St. 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Pernell Parker 
907 Wooster St. 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Fred Suggs 
Rt. 2, Box 117 
Farmville, N.C. 



Robert Morman 
1 14 S. French Broad 
Asheville, N.C. 



Esther Peterkin 
1015 Edgerton St. 
Dunn, N.C. 



Doris Teel 
206 Center St. 
Greenville, N.C. 



Lonzie McKeithen 
4 1 3 Center St. 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Calene McKinnie 
Rt. 1, Box 328 
Apex, N.C. 

Bettie Marriott 
Rt. 2, Box 214 
Wendell, N.C. 

James Marrow 
632 Orange St. 
Henderson, N.C. 

Edward Mason 
P.O. Box 531 
Aberdeen, N.C. 



Sherman Miles 
907 S. Blount St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Ruby Pinchback 
Rt. 1. Box 10 
Yanceyville, N.C. 

Louis Powell 
Ri. 1, Box 268 
New Hill, N.C. 



Harold Richmond 
1608 Taylor Ave. 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Bettie Ridley 

624 Rock Quarry Rd. 

Raleigh, N.C. 

Hayzel Robinson 
319 W. Todd Lane 
Charlotte, N.C. 

Shirley Satterfield 
422 Montague Lane 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Lawson Terrell 
602 E. South St. 
Raleigh, N.C. 

Lillian Tillery 
1345 Wide St. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Esther Tillman 
Rt. 3, Box 410 
Wadesboro, N.C. 

Genell Todd 
Rt. 4, Box 41 
Zebulon, N.C. 

Virginia Totten 
7 1 1 Barber St. 
Reidsville, N.C. 

Leon Waddell 
1 309 Orange St. 
Wilmington, N.C. 



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The Judo Team at Shaw is headed by Charles Spellman 



TALENT NIGHT C 




AT SHAW UNIVERSITY 



Mr. Charles Spellman 




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