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r I 8  THE HORNET 1980 “Welcome to the Morris College Experience MORRIS col, L-L- CONTENTS FOUHOEC v.£G0VA Introduction to the Morris College Experience . . . Honors............ 2 15 vKi'blOtN1 s HO-ML f f X H?TT V, : (Jp al ri I tiE HBHaRv -CAliEwiC Ha[_L Clubs and Organizstions ... 24 Special Events................49 Queens ...................... 70 Classes.......................82 Student Life ................114 |, Hi AH I Ifi'.L Administration. Faculty Ic ’.'RKS ISmENT i9!2 w» have oo l OUP i?ES" and Staff.....................132 Sports ..........................159 MORRIS COLLEGE SUMTER, S.C. DR. LUNS C. RICHARDSON PRESIDENT DEBRA SHIVERS EDITOR-IN-CHIEFTHE CLASSROOM, PROVIDING THE BASIS OF AN EDUCATION, GUIDES THE QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE . . . THE MIND QUESTIONS, PONDERS, THEN RESOLVES . ..... THE QUEST TRANSCENDS THE CLASSROOM, AS THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE MOLDS OUR PERCEPTION OF THE FUTURE . . . SURELY THIS IS A MORRIS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!! 3WE STAND TOGETHER IN OUR PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE, PROMOTING THE FREE EXCHANGE OF IDEAS . . . FOR WE KNOW THAT WE LEARN MUCH FROM EACH OTHER . . . THIS IS CHARACTERISTIC OF THE MORRIS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!! 4"ALL YOUR STRENGTH IS IN YOUR UNION. ALL YOUR DANGER IN DISCORD; THEREFORE BE AT PEACE HENCE FORWARD — LONGFELLOW 5II '■ WE SHARED IN A VARIETY OF EXPERIENCES, EACH ONE ENHANCING OUR SKILLS IN ITS OWN PARTICULAR WAY. “GENIUS IS FORMED IN QUIET, CHARACTER IN THE STREAM OF LIFE.” — GOETHE . . . ALL AN EXCITING ASPECT OF THE MORRIS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!! flWITH PRIDE IN ALL THINGS, WE DARED TO THRUST FORWARD IN AN ENDLESS PUSH FOR EXCELLENCE! “MAN IS SO MADE THAT HE CAN ONLY FIND RELAXATION FROM ONE KIND OF LABOR BY TAKING UP ANOTHER” — ANATOLE FRANK WITH THIS IN MIND, WE DARED TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF OUR MORRIS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!! 9 ElilililililililillJOUR EXPERIENCES TOOK US EVEN FURTHER . . . 4_ A LIVING TRIBUTE TO THE MORRIS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!! “BEYOND THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS AND THE ACQUIRING OF KNOWLEDGE, WE MUST ALL LEARN TO LIVE TOGETHER.” — L.F. METCALF i i . . . PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER, PEOPLE HAVING FUN, PEOPLE PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE, AND PEOPLE STUDYING TODAY FOR A BETTER TOMORROW . . . AND WE WERE HAPPY THAT WE HAD DECIDED TO BE A PART OF THIS EXPERIENCE. WITH STRONG LEADERSHIP TO GUIDE AND INSPIRE US WE WERE READY TO MEET THE CHALLENGE, TO BECOME A PROUD MORRISITE FOREVER KEEPING IN MIND OUR MOTTO . . . “ENTER TO LEARN-DEPART TO SERVE WE THANK GOD FOR OUR MORRIS COLLEGE EXPERIENCE!!WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES The 1979-80 edition ol Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges will carry the names of these students from Morris College. They have been selected Irom among the country's most outstanding campus leaders. These students were chosen based upon their academic Althea Blakeney achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities, and future potentials. They join an elite group of students from more than 1.000 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign nations. 1GWHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTSAMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGESWHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 20 Students whose academic achievements have earned for them listings on the Honor Roll for six consecutive semesters are designated as "Morris College Scholars.” This is the highest academic honor for students prior to graduation. Scholarship emblems bearing the seal of the College are awarded to each “Morris College Scholar " 21 O.R. REUBEN SCHOLARS The Odeall Richardson Reuben Scholars is an organization representing high scholarship achievement named in honor of the late Or. Odell Richardson Reuben. To be eligible, a student must have a cumulative 3.0 grade point average after the second semester of his her freshman year. Sharon Bethea Althea Blakeney Sarah Bosier Shirley Bracey Shirrie Brunson Desiree Campbell Virginia Carter Robert Dickey Virginia Dickey Vallira Duncan Dwayne Edwards Katie Eady Michael Anthony Glenn Janice Gordon Willie Graves Carolyn Gree Reneea Harrison Glenda Howard Isaac Johnson Ernestine Larkin Marimus Lee Vermeil McBride Michael McCants Annie McCray Hortense McGirt Julian Marshall Johnnie Mae Murphy Rodnei Poole Delphine Pringle James Randolph Loletha Reed Rose Rivers Bernette Robinson Tracey Robinson Resia Scott Felicia Taylor Willie Washington Helen Wells Martha Wilson Mary C. Wright Theresa Young 22HONOR STUDENTS "A" HONOR ROLL CAROLYN GREEN CHERYL LANCE ROBERT THORN, JR. "B" HONOR ROLL Cindy Anderson Aaron Baker James Barron Sharon Bethea Althea Blakeney Carrie Boon Sarah Bosier Sandra Boyd Shirley Bracey Doralene Bromell Sherby Brown Shirrie Brunson Gail Carter Pavolyn Chavis Virginia Dickey Paquita Dixon Dwayne Edwards Georgette Felder Valerie Franklin James Furtick Mary Fortune Nancy Goodwin Willie Graces Jerry Hannah Kathreen Hayes Andrea Haygood Glenda Howard Olivetta Hughes Patricia Jefferson Cathy Jenkins Anthony Kingston Ida Ladson Harry Ladson Margie LaGrant Olivia Lewis Hannah Litumbe Vermeil McBride Annie McCray Hortense McGirt Jane McKnight Janice McMillian Ella Middleton Johnnie Murphy Joyce Nelson Barbara Gelsby Daniel Oliver Delphine Pringle Loletha Reed Rose Rivers Bernette Robinson Marilyn Robinson Sylenthia Robinson Tracy Robinson Resia Scott Visla Acott Rosinia Spann Carmelita Streater Snady Sumter Mary Thomas Darryl Thompson Benny Webb Helen Wells Carl White Dora Williams Lucille Williams Martha Wilson Mary C. Wright Theresa Young Carston ZimmermanSGA President Student Government President Mr. Jerry Hannah Kneeling George Coleman. Standing L to R: Debra Shivors. Maxino Wolfe. Delorls Weeks and Carston Zimmerman. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 77SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Seated William Dixon Standing L to R Debra Smith loietha ReedFRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 29 Seated: Eugene Smith. Standing First Row I to R Pamela Jenkm. Elaine Hampton Standing 2nd Row I to R Mable Zimmerman. Andre Washington. Anthony Lews. Ralph Singletonm SC A Officers Sealed M . aGrant Secretary. Standing 1st Row I to R M Wilson Treasurer, standing 2nd Row L to R :M Glenn 1st V President. J Hannah - resident B'assingame. 2nd V President, and 0 McDowell Standing 3rd Row L to R W Blackmon — Parliamentarian and R Williams. Staiisiic-an 30NAACP 1st Row. Debra Shivers. James Blassingamo. James FurtiCk. Dora Williams. Mary Pergues. Nancy Byrd. Rozma Spann. 2nd Row: Maurice Wright. Juanita Canty. Katie Harrington. Jessie Rita Cooper. Betty Green. 3rd Row: Lester McCrea. Willc Blackmon. Robert Thorne. Ralph Singleton. Daryl Thompson, James Tyndal.VETERANS CLUB 1st Row James Tyndai 2nd Row Mr Vaughn. Carston Zimmerman. James Biassingame 3rd: Robert Thorne. James Furlick. James Barrow. 33GOSPEL CHOIR 1st 1 JO R Gwendolyn Thompson, Marilyn Wilson. Lon Esther Brown. Anita Greene. 8etty Green 2nd Ho R Betsy Moore. Marilyn Danieib. Ann Watson. Gwendolyn Frazier. Marilyn Robinson. Juanita Canty. Doris Carlos 3rd L to R Barbara Oglesby. Joyce Miller. Thompson. Leonard Cam. Randolph Hudson -Sth L to R James Green. George Coleman. Robert Ings. Janie M Brown CHORALE 35 1st Row: Kim Dixon. Deborah Sholby. Linda Moses. Edna Brunson, Maxine Wolfe. Shirrie Brunson. 2nd Row Gwendolyn Williams. Joann Boston. Patricia Bryant. Thelma wilder. Ann Thompson. Horlense McGirt. 3rd Row: Oennis Baylor. Ron Myers. Virgil Clark. Dennis Glenn. Jelterson Brown. Carl Pee. 4th Row. Elijah Dinkins. Herman Smalls. John Johnson. Gary Johnson. Alvin Williams. Mayhue Bostic.jar ZETA PHI DELTA SORORITY INC. 1st L to R Brenda Mathis. Deborah Jackson. Theresa Mason. Andrea Haygood. Johnnie Mae Murphy. Linda Moses KNIGHTS OF MORRIS SOCIAL CLUB 1st Row L to R: Benny Webb. Larry Jennings. Willie Harrison, 2nd Row L to R Cornelius Kinlaw, Debbie Jacobs. Howard Maddox. 3rd Row: Arron Becker. Elijah WilliamsHERITAGE NEWSPAPER STAFF Sealed: Counter Clockwise: Daryl Sneed. Ann Watson. Anthony Lewis. Oonald Canty. James Fur-lick Standing: Renee Harr son MORRIS COLLEGE PLAYERS Drama Club Officers: Seated Ralph Singleton. Darryl Thompson Standing: Lester McCrea, Robert Thorne 37DKW HALL SENATE L to R Katie Harrington. DeloriS Weeks Johnnie Mae Randolph DANILES HALL SENATE L to R: Scottie Benjamin. Willie Blackmond. Howard Maddox Elijah WilliamsLEGARE HALL SENATE 1st Row L to R: Ronnie Hawkins S Loretta Frierson 2nd Row L to R: Ella M. Johnson 3rd Row: Annie Rivers. Gail Carter S Loretta Farrow BRAWLEY STURKS HALL SENATE 1st Row L to R W. Dixon. D Thompson. R. Dickey. H. Lash. 2nd Row Mr. Gary. Advisor. R Singleton. L. McCrea. R Thorne. R. Williams 39PEER COUNSELORS ■ 1st Lett to Right: George Coleman. Vermeil McBride. Yvonne Cain. Willie Blackmon 2nd L to R: Ted Riggins. Josephine Mack. Earl McNeil. Marilyn Robinson. Leonard Cam. Betty Green SNEA 1st Row L to R: Johnnie Mae Randolph. Dora Williams. Mary Pegues. Rosa Spann. Kathy. 2nd Row L to R: L. Otis McDowell. Katie Harrington. George Wingate. Jessia Rita Cooper. Michael Glenn.SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB Is! Row Micheal Glenn. Darryl Thompson, James Biassingamc 2nd Row Ralph Singleton. Debra Shivers. Joann Marlin 3rd Row Robert Thorne, Lester McCrea. Ohs McDowell. BUSINESS CLUB 1st Row L to R Carston Zimmerman. Stanley Rich. Margie lagrant, Martha Wilson. Betty Green. Charles Goodwin 2nd Row L to R: Darryl Thompson, Marry lash. Elijah Williams. Howard Maddox. Valerie Mar grove. Jasper Grissett. Shirne Brunson 3rd Row L to R George Coteman. Robed Thome. Ralph Singleton. Romic Williams. Scottie Beniamin. Joe Louis Sumter 41 BIOLOGY CLUB 1st Row Juanita Canty. Eugene Smith. Nancy Byrd. Teresa Young. Bill Oixon MATHEMATICS CLUB L to R: Angela Wiley. Carol Fitts. Marilyn Wilson. Johnnie Mae Randolph. Wandolyn Stokes. Rose Rivers.BSU 1st lell lo Right Micheal Glenn. Jamc M Brown. Marilyn Wilson. Gwendolyn Frazier. Marilyn Robinson. James Green 2nd Left lo Right Rose Ann Green. Cmanuel Burns. Betsy Moore. Betty Green. George Coleman. Randolph Hudson. James Biassmgame 3rd Lett to Right Cddie Moore. James Cook. Robert Ings. Willie Rouse. Anita Greene. Phillip Moore SUNDAY SCHOOL 1st Row Marylin Robinson. Robert Thorne. Gwendolyn Thompson. Betty Green. 2nd Row: Lester McCrea. Ralph Singleton. George Coleman. 3rd Row: Harry Lash. Darryl Thompson. 13WB ■ ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY INC. Kneeling L lo R Lcnora Prince Mary B Thomas Standing tst Row L to R: Rebecca Purvis. Francis Buchannan. Johnnie Mae Randolph Debra Shivers. 2nd Row L to R Mary Dow. Patricia Howard. Aitoya Felder. Ethel Gibson. Deborah Calhoun. Ida ladson Gwen Frazier ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY INC. Kneeling L to R: Leander Gee James Btassmgame Standing L to R James Pinckney. Rodnei Poole. Clifton Moore Carl Pee 44EPSILON PHI GAMMA 1 1st Row L to R: Mary Pegues. Rozina Spann. Dora Williams Cheryl Singleton. 2nd Row L to R Verna McCuthchcn. Katie Harrington. Jessie Rita Cooper. Jaunita Canty. Nancy Byrd GAMMA PHI GAMMA L to R: Willie Washington. Charles Goodwm Maurice Wright DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY INC. Stated: Janice Gordan. Joann Boston. Georgette Felder. Back L to R: Margie Stewart. Mary C. Wright. Sharon Bethea. Rose River. Eleanor Belton. Annie Ruth McCray. Althea Blaknoy t OMEGA PS I PHI FRATERNITY INC. L to R 1st Row Carston Zimmerman. Stanley Rich. Michael Glenn. James Randolph. Herbert Shaw. Jerry Hannah. Joe Louis Surnter. Isaac Johnson. Rommie WilliamsZETA PHI BETA SORORITY INC. 1st L 10 R Retha Brantley. Martha Wilson 2nd I to R Sarah Rosier. Joyce Nelson. Rita Bass. Betty Green. Angela Wiley PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY INC. First Row Left to Righl Anthony Kingston. David Graham. Richard Hampton. 2nd Row L to R: Robed Ward. Wayne McRant. 3rd Row L to R: Clarence Grilfin. Larry Singleton Scottie Benjamin. •17 M DURHAM MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE 1st How L !0 R Michael Glenn. James Tyndal. James Blassmgame. George Coleman 2nd Row George Wmlcy. Eogene Reeder. Melvin Mack. Leonard Cam HORNET YEARBOOK STAFF 4 HORNET” YEARBOOK STAFF EDITOR Debra A. Shivers is the daughter of Mrs. Mary L. and the late Mr Wm Henry Shivers of Timmonsville. S. C. A Junior Social Studies Major at Morns, she is a member of the Social Studies Club. NAACP. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Junior Class Officer various other local organizations. Upon graduation from Morris she plans to attend graduate school to pursue a Masters Degree in psychology Julian Bond, a member of the Georgia State Senate spoke at the 68:h Annual Commencement Exercises at Morris College held Sunday. May 13. 1979. Bond has been heralded as one of the rising Young Politicians of America. Before his election to the State Senate in 1974. he served four consecutive terms in the Georgia State House of Representatives. 68th ANNUAL BACCALAUREATE COMMENCEMENT: SENATOR JULIAN BOND WAS GUEST SPEAKERCLASS OF 1979 DEPART TO SERVE MANKIND . . . 104 students received degrees and certificates at the commencement. The college also awarded five honorary degrees and three Presidential Citations. The Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree was awarded to Arabella Hester Rich, educator, alumnus, and community leader. Receiving the honorary Doctor of Divinity degree were Rev. Ralph Waldo Canty, businessman and alumnus; and Rev. William S. Randolph, community leader and alumnus. Also. Rev, Waldo D. Coker, outstanding churchman, alumnus, educator and civic leader; and Rev. Thomas Marcus Dixon, educator, community leader, and alumnus. Presidential Citations, awarded for outstanding service and support, were presented to Christine G. Dixon. Garna Jackson Daniels and Nan A. Robinson. si £53Serious About Our New Undertaking, We Moved Forward; Not as individuals, But as One — Freshmen Together in Unity! All of a sudden, we were ready to “ENTER TO LEARN!”CORONATION 1979: QUITE A GALA AFFAIR ANGELA AND MICHAEL IDA AND JERRY SARAH AND JAMES THREE LOVELY LADIES AND ESCORTS. COURTESY OF THE SGA 5G B8BCORONATION SCENES . . . "Just The Way You Are" was the theme used for the Miss Morris College Coronation. Ida Ladson. a Hopkins. South Carolina native, reigned as Miss Morris College lor the 1979-1980 academic year. The attendants to the Queen were Angela Wiley of Bishopville. South Carolina and Sara Ann Bosier of Rimni, South Carolina. 57THANKSGIVING RALLY 1979 — Baptists Rev. Charles Jackson, Guest SpeakerAlumni and Friends Gather For Annual Fund-raising Program The Rev Charles Beniamin Jackson, first vice-president of the S C Baptist Congress of Christian Education, was guest speaker for the annual Morns College Thanksgiving Rally Program on Nov 22. 1979 The rally is one of the College's major fund-raising affairs of the year Jackson praised Morris College for the improvements made in the past five years under Dr Richardson's leadership "It has always been a tradition for black Baptists to gather on the Morns College campus on Thanksgiving Day. bul this year we have something special to be thankful for — full accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools." Jackson said "At a time when black educational institutions are being de-emphas ed. we've gamed a major accomplishment"COMPLETION OF NEW LIBRARY AND FINE ARTS COMPLEX IT STARTED THIS WAY . . . FIRST THE DIRT IS GRADED THEN THE PILASTERS GO UP CONCRETE AND STONE REINFORCEMENTS BRICKS ARE ADDEDADDS NEW LOOK TO CAMPUS . . . AND ENDED UP LIKE THIS!! tUnited States Senator Ernest F. Hollings. D-S.C.. was the guest speaker at the annual Morris College Mid-Winter Banquet held February 22. 1980 in the Garrick-Boykin Gymnasium. The Banquet, sponsored by the Baptist Convention, is the second major fund-raising affair for the college. Before making his remarks on military preparedness. Hollings spoke about the role of black colleges and pledged to support legislation for colleges such as Morris, calling them an "investment in the Future.” 63PARENTS’ VISITATION DAY, APRIL PARENTS VISIT THE CAMPUS TO SHARE IN THE MORRIS Mrs. Gloria F. “Mother of Morris College hosted a Parents’ Visitation Day at which parents of each student were invited to visit the campus and share in special activities outlined for the day.9, 1980 ALLEGE EXPERIENCE Named The highlight of thb day was the crowning of Mrs. Gloria R. Felder as "Mother of the Campus." Ms. Felder has two daughters. Georgette and Altoya. attending Morris College. The Felders are natives of Sumter. 65 .SCHOOL OF RELIGION CLOSING COt DR. W. H. NEAL, TRUS CHAIRMAN, GUES' DR NEAL SPEAKS 'OCATION, APRIL 30, 1980 671979 HOMECOMING PARADE The 1979 Homecoming Parade highlighted a full schedule of activities on Thursday, November 22. The center of attraction this year was the lovely and charming Miss Bertha McKnight, a senior from Sumter. South Carolina, who was crowned Miss Homecoming. Her lovely attendants were Elaine Hampton, a freshman from Union. S.C.. Delphine Pringle, a sophomore from Fort Lauderdale. Fla., and Lenora Prince, a junior from Gable. S.C. The parade was comprised of several entries from members of the Morris College Family, distinguished dignitaries, the Sumter Community, the Baptist Family of South Carolina, and several high school marching bands. Parade marshals were Mrs. Brenda Dixon, president of the National alumni Association, and Titus Hastie. retired educator and alumnus. The 1979 Homecoming Parade was one of the best ever. IT WAS GREAT!ATTENDANTS TO MISS MORRIS COLLEGE SARAH BOSIER JUANITA CANTEY ANGELA WILEYMISS HOMECOMING AND ATTENDANTS bertha Mcknight LENORA PRINCE ELAINE HAMPTON DELPHINE PRINGLE Carolyn Green Miss Student National Education Association Deloris Weeks Miss Student National Business League Lozetta Farrow Miss Social Studies Claudette Swinton Miss Sunday SchoolJohnnie Mae Randolph Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha Janice McMillian Miss Alpha Sweetheart Rebecca Purvis Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Vermeil McBride Miss Gold and Black Karessa Louallen Miss Freshman Dora Williams Miss Black and Burgundy Barbara Williams Miss Omega Psi Phi Mamie Simon Miss Blue and White Shirrie Brunson Miss Phi Beta SigmaMaxine Wolfe Miss Chorale Nettie Koon Miss Daniels Hall Reneea Harrison Miss Drama 'IV' i Martha Wilson Miss CheerleaderRose Ann Green Miss Campus Queen Shirley Bracey Miss S.G.A. Jessie Rita Cooper Miss D.K.W. Loretta Frierson Miss Gospel Choir.. ■ 1 BLAKENEY. ALTHEA V. Jefferson Major: Biology — Secondary Education Biology Club. Secretary. Student National Education Association. Teachers Advisory Council. Pan-Hellenic Council. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. O.R. Reuben Scholar. Honor Roll. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. National Dean’s List. BOSIER. SARAH Rimini Major: Business Administration O R. Reuben Scholar. BOYD. SANDRA RENEE Sumter Major: Elementary Education Secretary. Student National Education Association. Honor Roll. BRACEY. SHIRLEY ANN Sumter Major: Social Studies Assistant Secretary. Student Government Association. Social Studies Club. O.R. Scholar, Who's Who Among j Students in Colleges and Universities. BELTON. ELEANOR Winnsboro Major: Social Studies Minor: History Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Honor Student. Female Softball Team, Social Science Club. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Defensive Player Award — Female Softball Team. Most Valuable Player and Sportsmanship Award. BLACKMON. WILLIE TYRONE Lancaster Major: Liberal Studies Minor: Sociology Student Government Association. NAACP. Peer Counselor. Yearbook Staff. Residency Assistant. Newspaper Staff. Student National Education Association.BRADLEY. ALFRED Bishopville Major: Social Studies BRANTLEY. RETHA Mullins Major: Biology BROOKS. BETTY L. Elfingham Major: Liberal Studies Epsilon Phi Gamma Sorority. Inc.. Cheerleader. Pan Hellenic Council. BROOKS. JANET Green Pond Major: Mathematics Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Miss Mathematics Club. 1st Attendant—Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha. Mathematics Club. Sunday School. BROWN. MARY ELIZABETH Pinewood Major: English Zeta Phi Della Sorority. Vice-President: Secretary. Literary Society. Treasurer. Miss Literary Society. BRUNSON. SHIRRIE DENISE Rembert Major: Business Adminislration Morris College Chorale. Softball Team. Drill Team. Peer Counselor. Vice-President — Legare Hall. Sophomore Class — Business Manager. Miss Phi Beta Sigma. 1st Attendant Legare Hall. 1st Runner-up Miss Black and Burgundy. National Student Business League Vice-President. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Dean’s List. Honor Student. O R. Reuben Scholar. Morris College Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Best Work — Study Student Honor. Honor Senior Selected to go to Ohio State.BYRD. NANCY Bennettsville Major: Biology Epsilon Phi Gamma. Biology Club. National Advancement Association for Colored People. CADE. JAKIE Florence Major: Liberal Studies CAMPBELL. DESIREE Rembert Major: Business Administration Minor: Accounting Business Club. Epsilon Gamma, Accounting. Cooperative Education. Governors Intern. National Advancement Association for Colored People. National Dean’s List. Honor Roll. O.R. Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. CANTEY. JUANITA Hemingway Major: Biology Minor: Math Biology Club. Epsilon Phi Gamma. President of Senior Class. Vice President, Miss Morris College Attendant. Miss Sophomore. Miss Epsilon Phi Gamma CARTER. SHIRLEY Detroit. Michigan Major: Elementary Education Minor: Liberal Studies Zeta Phi Beta, Baptist Student Union. Sunday. Gospel Choir. Student National Education Association. Young Women Christian Association. National Advancement Association for Colored People. CONYERS. O’DELL Pinewood Major: Social Studies vGable COOPER. JESSIE RITA Major: Elementary Education Epsilon Phi Gamma — Secretary and Parliamentarian. Miss DKW. Student National Education Association. NAACP — Secretary. Gospel Choir. CURETON. PAM EL IA MARIE Greenville Major: Social Studies DANIELS. BARBARA JEAN Sumter Major: Business Administration DAVIS. CAROLYN Sumter Major: Elementary Education Minor: Social Studies Student National Education Association — Ass't Secretary. Honor Roll. DICKEY. VIRGINIA Timmonsville Major: Social Studies Social Studies Club. YWCA. Honor Roll. O R. Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. DOW. MARY ELLA Rimini Major: Mathematics Math Club. Alpha Kappa Alpha. Honor Student. O R Reuben Scholar. Mary Chandler Junior Award. 87 CDUNCAN. VALLIRA Heath Springs Major: Elementary Education Most Lady-Like. Morris College Chorale. Miss Knight Social Club. Miss Senior — 2nd Attendant. Dean’s List. O R. Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. GADSON. TRACEY Columbia Major: Social Studies GEE. JR.. LEANDER Timmonsville Major Elementary Education Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc.. Senior Class — Chaplain. Student Senate — Chaplain. Alpha Phi Alpha — Chaplain. Peer Counselor. Member of the Baseball Team. Member of the Athletic Committee. GLENN. MICHAEL ANTHONY Union Maior Secondary Education Social Studies NAACP. Student National Education Association. Baptist Student Union. Social Studies Club. Durham Ministerial Alliance. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc.. Yearbook Staff. Student Government Association — 1st Vice-President. Dean's List. O.R. Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Harry S. Truman Scholarship Nominee. Governor's Intern Program. GOODWIN. CHARLES M. Holly Hill Major: Business Administration Gamma Phi Gamma Fraternity. Inc.. Pan Hellenic Council. Baseball Team. National Student Business League. Student National Education Association. Cooperative Education Program. South Carolina National Guard. Honor Student. GORDON. JANICE Major: Biology AllendaleLake City GRAHAM. MAE FRANCIS Major: Elementary Education Student National Education Association. GRAVES. WILLIE Sumter Major: English Literary Society. Honor Student. Dean's List. O.R. Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. GREEN. CAROLYN Sumter Major: Elementary Education Student National Education Association. Dean's List. O.R. Reuben Scholar. Morris College Scholar, Pauline Thompson Award. Honor Student. Miss SNEA. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. GRISSETT. JASPER ANDREW North Myrtle Beach Major: Business Administration Minor: Accounting Student Government Association — Business Manager. National Student Business League. Peer Counselor. Guidance lor "BEEP". Morris College Chorale. Phi Beta Lambda. Student Senate. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc. — Dean of Pledgees. Basketball Team — Captain, N.N. Givens Most Outstanding Business Student. HARRINGTON. KATIE DIANE Bcnnetlsville Major: Elementary Education Epsilon Phi Gamma — Parliamentarian and Photographer. Legare Hall — Secretary. Baptist Student Unior — Secretary. Student National Education Association. NAACP. Miss DKW. Dobbins-Keith-Whiterncr Dormitory — President. Senior Class — Treasurer. Dean ol Pledgees. Dean's List. HARRIS. BERNICE Heath Springs Major: Business Administration 89 Sumter HARRISON. REENEA ROSHEENE Major: English Minor: Spanish Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. Drama Club’s Queen. Literary Society — Vice-President. Heritage Newspaper — Editor-in-Chief. Spanish Club. Morris College Players. Honor Society. O.R. Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Witlis-8ates Creative Writing Award. HARRISON. WILLIE L. Florence Major: Social Studies Track Team. Residence Assistant. Trustee Board — Student Representative. Knights Social Club. Most Offensive Award. Most Outstanding Award. HAVGOOD. ANDREA Bennetlsville Major: History HOWARD. HORTON Sumter Major: Theology HOWARD. JACQUELINE Wedgetield Major Elementary Education Minor: Social Studies Student National Education Association. Teacher Education Advisory Council. Honor Student. Perfect Attendance Award. HUNTER. ELIZABETH Newberry Major: Business AdministrationJACKSON. DEBORAH RITA Darlington Major Biology Biology Club. Zcta Phi Delta Sorority. Miss Biology Club. Miss Black and Burgundy. JAMES. GLORIA ANN Lamar Major: Business Administration Minor: Sociology Zeta Phi Delta Sorority. National Business Student League. NAACP. YWCA. Gospel Choir. Phi Beta Lambda. Sunday School. JAMES. GRANDERSON Sumter Major. Social Studies JAMISON. CHRISTINE Elgin Major: Liberal Studios JENNINGS. LARRY DEAN Union Major. Mathematics Baseball Team. Daniel Hall Senate. Math Club. JOHNSON. GARRY Bishopville Major: Elementary Education Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Inc . Student National Education Association. SNEA Representative. 91 mm ■ LADSON. IDA Hopkins Major: Social Studies Minor: Business Administration Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Miss Morris College. Student Government Association — 2nd Vice-President. NAACP. Social Studies Club. Pan Hellenic Council. Drill Team, Sophomore Class — Vice-President. Softball Team. Miss Student Government Association. Who’s Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Lottie Atkinson Award. Most Outstanding Sophomore. Most Improved Softball Player. Honor Student. LARKIN. ERNESTINE DICKSON Sumter Major Elementary Education Student National Education Association. Teacher Education Advisory Council. Honor Student. O.R. Reuben Scholar. MADDOX. HOWARD L. Winter Park. Fla. Major: Liberal Studies Morns College 8aseball Team. Morris College Track Team. NAACP. Knights Social Club. Gospel Choir. Baptist Student Union. Flag Football. MASON. THERESA Florence Major: Social Studies McCANTS. YVONNE Gable Major Business Administration McCUTHEN. VERNA Andrews Major: Social Studies Social Studies Club. Miss Epsilon Phi Gamma. Inc.. YWCA. McGlRT. HORTENSE Dublin. Ga. Major: Elementary Educatipn Morris College Chorale. Morris College Female Basketball Team. Student National Education Association — Parliamentarian. Teacher Education Council Committee. Honor Student. OR Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Dean's List (National). Ohio State Candidate (Accepted). Morris College Scholar. Honor's Convocation Speaker. McKNIGHT. JANE Sumter Major: Elementary Education Minor Social Studies Student National Education Association — Vice-President. Teacher Education Advisory Council. Honor Student. MIDDLETON. CASSANDRA ELAINE John's Island Major: Liberal Studies Minor: Music Student Education Association. Softball Team. Gospel Choir. Honor Student. MIMS. MARY SUE Union Major: Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Student National Education Association. Veterans Club. Peer Counselor. Residence Assistant. Honor Student. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Hattie Robinson Award. Dean's List. MOSES. KATHY Florence Major: Liberal Studies MOSES. LINDA Florence Major: Liberal Studies Zcta Phi Delta Sorority. Inc.. Pan Hellenic Council. Female Basketball Assistant. Chorale. Dean's List 93 tHartsville MURPHY. JOHNNIE MAE Major: Biology Biology Club — Secretary. Miss Senior. Miss Biology. Zeta Phi Delta Sorority. Inc., O.R. Reuben Scholar. MURPHY. RUBY Lugoff Major: English MYERS. ROGER Hopkins Major Business Administration Phi Beta Lambda. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc. NELSON. JOYCE Turbeville Major: Business Administration OLIVER. BEVERLY Sumter Major: Elementary Education PEARSON. JAMES Manning Major Elementary Education Student National Education Association. Dean's List.Mullins PEE. CARL TERRELL Major: Elementary Education Morris College Chorale. Student National Education Association. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc. — Treasurer. Honor Student. Most Cooperative — Morris College Chorale. PEGUES. MARY ANN Bennettsvillc Major: Elementary Education Epsilon Phi Gamma Sorority — Parliamentarian. Student National Education Association. NAACP. POOLE. RODNEI LORENZO Daytona Beach. Fla. Major: Elementary Education Junior Class President. Senate President. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. — President. Residence Assistant. Morris College Players. Yearbook Staff. Student National Education Association. PEP Club President. Honor Student. Dean's List. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. PRINCE. TERESA Bennettsville Major: Elementary Education PURVIS. REBECCA JEAN Florence Major: Social Studies Morris College Chorale. Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority — Parliamentarian. Best Alto. RANDOLPH. JOHNNIE MAE Hopkins Major: Mathematics Minor: Secondary Education Freshman Studies Mathematic's Queen. Mathematic Club Secretary. Miss Mathematic Club Attendant. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Inc. — Vice-President, DKW — Vice-President. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Honor Studcni. O R. Reuben Scholar 95I RICHBOW. MARY ROSALEE Rembert Major Social Studies Social Studies Club. NAACP. RICHBOW. SHIRLYN DENISE Rembert Major: Social Studies Social Studies Club. RIVERS. ROSE ANN Pageland Major: Mathematics Minor Secondary Education Female Basketball Team — Captain. Mathematics Club Vice-President. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Inc. — Treasurer. Student National Education Association. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. O R. Reuben Scholar. Morris College Scholar. Sophomore Honor Award. National Dean's List. Honor Student. Shirley Dunbar Award. Freshman Award Basketball. ROBINSON. SHIRLEY Lugolf Maior: Elementary Education RUBIN. ELLA NORA Bishopville Major: Business Administration Business Club. Phi Beta Lambda. Yearbook Staff. Attendant to Miss Co-Ed. SCOTT. RESIA Mullins Major- MathematicsSHAW. HERBERT Lane Major Mathematics SINGLETON. CHERYL GWENDOLYN John's Island Major: Social Studies Epsilon Phi Gamma Sorority. Inc.. YWCA. Social Studies Club. SPANN. ROSINIA Pinewood Major: Elementary Education Softball Team. Epsilon Phi Gamma Sorority. Inc.. Student National Education Association. NAACP. STEWART. MARGIE A. Fort Motte Major: Business Administration Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Inc.. Honor Roll. TAYLOR. FELICIA ANN Lynchburg Major: Business Administration National Student Business League. Business Club. NAACP. Baptist Student Union. Gospel Choir. Cooperative Education Student. Student National Education Association. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. O.R Reuben Scholar. Honor Student. Attendant to Miss Homecoming. National Dean's List. THOMAS. EASTER Camden Major. Liberal Studies 97 THOMPSON. WILLIE Hemingway Major: Elementary Education Minor: Physical Education Advisory Council. Student National Education Association. WARD. ROBERT Starr Major: History WASHINGTON. WILLIE Dalzell Major: Biology WEBB. 8ENNYL. Sumter Major: Business Administration Minor: Social Studies Knights Social Club. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc.. Baseball Team. Flag Football Team. Peer Counselor. Advisory Council. Student Government Association. Baseball Most Valuable Player. NAIA All District Baseball Player. Senior Class President. Honor Student. WELLS. HELEN Mayesville Major: Business Administration Minor: Sociology Business Club. National Student Business League. NAACP. Baptist Student Union. Drill Team. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Inc.. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. O R. Reuben Scholar. Honor Student. WESTON. LORAINE Sumter Major: Biology Minor Secondary Education Biology Club. Peer Counselor. Student National Education Association. National Student Advisory Council.WILLIAMS. ALFREDA LEAF Sumter Major Business Administration WILLIAMS. DORA MAE Lake View Major: Elementary Education Epsilon Phi Gamma Sorority. Inc.. Miss Junior. Student National Education Association. Miss Black and Burgundy. Honor Student WILLIAMS. ELIJAH Whites Plains. N.Y. Major: Business Administration Knights Social Club President. Flag Football Captain. National Student Business League. Softball Team Assistant Coach. Softball Team Coach of the Year. WINGATE. II GEORGE Hartsville Major: Elementary Education Minor: Business Administration Student National Education Association. Durham Ministerial Alliance. Yearbook Staff. Teacher Education Advisory Council. Honor Roll. O.R. Reuben Scholar. YOUNG. THERESA ANN Camden Major: Biology Minor: Secondary Education Yearbook Staff. Menagaric. Biology Club Secretary. Slu-dent National Education Association. Biology Club President. Senior Class Secretary. Miss Communications Skills. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Inc.. Honor Student. O.R Reuben Scholar. Who's Who Among Students in Colleges and Universities. Law Day Contest Winner, Winner of Luns C. Richardson English Award. MORRIS. BARBARA Georgetown Major: Elementary Education Zeta Phi Delta Sorority. Baptist Student Union. Student National Education Association. Gospel Choir. YWCA. NAACP. Drama Club. Sunday School. 99Mary Arthur Sharon Bethea James Blassinggame Carrie Boone JoAnn Boston Shirley Boyd Jefferson Brown Leonard Cain George Coleman Marilyn Daniels Gloria Dilbert Bessie Dow JUNIORS 100 £ Katie Eady NBa Altoya Felder Georgette Felder Gwendolyn Frazier Betty Green Nancy Goodwin Wallace Jackson Ava Kelson Margie LaGrant Josephine Mack Abdul Madyun 101JoAnn Marlin Rozette McFadden Clifton Moore James Pinckney Lenora Prince Eugene Reeder Marilyn Robinson Shirley coll Johhny Mae Scott Debra Shivers JUNIORS 10?Mary Johnson Smith Isaiah Spann Rita Stevenson Joe Lou Sumter Deioris Weeks Thelma Wilder Lucille Williams Rommie Williams Theodore Williams 103 Ordia Anderson Alfreda Ballard Rhonda Belin Sarah Bostic Janie Brown Cynthia Brunson Melvin Bufkin Emanuel L. Burris Yvonne Cain Gail Carter Ann Century Beverly Council SOPHOMORES 104Emily Cuttino William Dixon Loretta Farrow Lozetla Farrow Loretta Frison Eddie Gaskin James Green Rose Green Shelia Greer Bobby Hall Glenda Howard Marinda JeffersonPatricia Jefferson ■ Ella Johnson James Magazine Vermeil McBride Abigail McDuffie Faythella McFadden Valada McKay Darrel Melchor Pamela Peterson Brenda Plowden Delphine Pringle Milton Reaves SOPHOMORES 100 Loletha Reed Elizabeth Richbow Anne Rivers Donald Sawyer Deborah Shelby Brenda Singletary Lavonne Tate Gwendolyn Thompson Marie Troublefeild Barbara Williams Lubertha Williams Andrg Washington 107Monalethia Barno James Barron Dennis Baylor Brenda Bennett Mildred Billie Hattie Briggs Alice Bradford Cedric Brisbon Patricia Bryant Kenneth Bulkin Gloria Byrd Virgil Clark FRESHMEN 108Faith Coe Pernell Cromer Etta Davis Paquita Dixon Michael Fleming Valerie Franklin Jerry Gainey Mary Gamble Shelia Gillard Christine Gomillion Christine Ham 109 . Elaine HamptonKathleen Hayes Lisa Howard Robert Ings Pamela Jenkins lusann Jones Edna Kelly Cheryl Lance Harry Lash Veronica Lee Henry Lewis Shelia Lewis Michael Little FRESHMEN noMarilyn Lowery Doncli McGowan Priscilla McKnight Ella Middleton Mary Middleton Joyce Miller Joyce Morris Willie Mae Murphy James Myers Barbara Oglesby Daniel Oliver Rozita Pasley inLinda Peterson Ruth Priester Barbara Prioleau Rosa Ragins Theodore Riggins Mamie Simon Herman Smalls Eugene Smith Darryl Sneed Tarry Stanley Wandolyn Stokes Claudette Swinton FRESHMENRaymond Thompson Robert L. Thorn, Jr. Daisy Tindal Harold Tindal Pansy Walker Linda Walls Princess Watson Virgil Wiley Mable Zimmerman 1131WE HAD MANY PAGEANTS WITH MANY COLllGtw OUR INSTRUCTORS MADE LEARNING A 170FUN EXPERIENCE FOR ALI___ 121- WE ENJOYED CONVOCATIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND SEMINARS . . . 124SOME OF US VISITED THE LAW LIBRARYMOST OF ALL, WE ENJOYED RELAXING' ' • Nfld ONIAVH QNVEXCITING AND CHALLENGING SPEAKERS APPEARED THIS YEAR . . . ACTRESS VIRGINIA CAPERSDR. CHARLES ADAMS Religious Emphasis Week Speaker HONORABLE JAMES CLYBURN S.C. Commissioner of Human Affairs DR W. S. RANDOLPH Pre-Thanksgiving Assembly SpeakerFaculty' dnd StAffDR. WESCOTT A. JOHNSON PRESIDENT — SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL AND MISSIONARY CONVENTIONDR. W. H. NEAL 134 CHAIRMAN — BOARD OF TRUSTEESBOARD OF TRUSTEES Front Row Nan A Robinson. Christine C. Dixon. Mamie Coker. Anna D Reuben. W A Johnson. Luns C Richardson. V.' H Neal. J L Brooks. L. C. Jenkins Second Row Pauline Thompson. N. I. Bush. Maxie S. Gordon. Alice Graves. M. W. McLester. Willie Harrison. Arabella Rich. Lester Corley. Third Row S. C. Disher. W. S. Randolph. A. R. Blake. R. W. Canty. L. W. Williams. J. S. Utsey. B J. Whipper Not pictured: Brenda Dixon. E. D. Dean. Garna J. Daniels. C M Johnson. E. D. Dixon. C. M. Daniels. L. C. Jenkins. Jr.. L W Long. F. H Ham. W L Wilson. R J. Daniels. W. M. Bowman, j. P. Noai. Sr.. W. E. Givens. 1300 SNfl s£ACADEMIC AFFAIRS sips w M Anna D. Reuben. Ed.D Academic Dean Professor History Jessie W. Taylor. A.B.. L.H.D. Coordinator of Academic Services Margaret White Secretary Oflice of the Academic Dean _ A 4 138Lester T. Corley. M.A. Asst. Professor English Asst. Academic Dean Director of Basic Studies Program Director of Summer School Carter Jean Frierson Secretary Basic Studies Program BASIC STUDIES Not pictured: Daisy Alexander. Mathematics Tutor Maliaiicu Person. English Tutor 139141TITLE III AND GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 143 OFFICE OF BUSINESS AFFAIRS 14 4 I Wilhelmenia Owens. B.A. Coordinator of Financial Services and Chief Accountant Marlene S. Burgess Cashier Officer of Business Affairs145INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING J. David Weeks. M. Ed. Director lnstitutional Planning and DevelopmentAND DEVELOPMENT 147STUDENT SERVICES Arland Compton, M. D. College Physician 148 Ada L. Boynton, B. A. Asst. Dean Student Affairs Alta Moses Secretary Office of Student Affairs Mary Chandler Director Residence Hall for Women Albertus Baker Director Student Center 149Assoc. Prof. Education iso Leo Jones. M.S. Asst. Prof. Education Physical Education 1 Ml Maggie Pollard ► Secretary Teacher Education' i Martha Daffron. Ed. D. Professor Education Bobby Leroy Brisbon, Ed. D. Assoc. Prof. Education Coordinator of Secondary Education lantha C. Beckett. Ph. D. Chairperson Division of Education Assoc. Prof. Education Director of Teacher EducationFurman Vaughn. M. S. Instructor Education-Counseling Daisy C. Whittleton Secretary Test Taking and Learning Skills Sylvia Nelson. M. A. Instructor Education Patricia A. Colclough Secretary Cooperative Education. Career Planning, and Placement Beatrice G. Sanders. M. A. Asst. Prof. Education-Counseling Director of Counseling Services DIVISION OF HUMANITIES Lincoln King, M. F. A. Asst. Prof. English James Miott. M. M. Ed. Instructor Music 152■DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS 154155DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Evelyn Hall. M. A. Chairperson Division of Sciences and Business 3 Professor lnternational Relations Director Special Programs Social Michael Brandstadter. Ph. D. Assoc. Prof. History 1S6AND BUSINESS John C. Aluka, M. B. A. Instructor Business Administration Acting Director Business Program K. Sridharan. M B A. Asst. Prof. Business Administration Rv Actind Director Business Program mj Ruth Muldrow Secretary Special Programs Ebenezer T. Fowler, M. B. A. Instructor Business AdministrationHORNET BASKETBALL TEAM 162FEMALE HORNET’S SOFTBALL TEAM Standing l to R Netlie Koon. Erleen Session. Sylvia Hopkins. Eleanor Belton. Rosinia Spann, and Betty Spann Second Row L to R Stiaron Shelby. Eleanor Ruben. Ida Ladson. Dons Carlos. Tory Nelson. Bernice Smith. Standing l to R Etijah Williams and Clarance Houck 164MALE HORNET BASEBALL TEAM Back now (Standing, from Loft to Right) Benny Walker. Wayne Rivers. Dwayne Edwards. Randall Samuels. Jonathan Fuller Dennis Hen derson. Scottic Benjamin. Clarence Griffin Front Row (Kneeling, from Left to Right) Benny Webb. Harry Webb. Melvin Bulkin. Robert Dickey. Herman Smalls. Curtis Champagne. Tony Davis. Orbie Jacobs Not Pictured Andrew Pol'ard. Head Coach tGSSOME PARTING SCENES OF THE CAMPUS . . .DEAR MORRIS COLLEGE Dear. Dear. Dear Morris College. You have provided the torch which represents an endless vision of love. hope, mind cultivation, and spirituality. Dear. Dear. Dear Morris College. You have provided the lamp which represents an endless light for the pathways of my life to the hill of my help — to our God. you see. Dear. Dear. Dear Morris College. I will miss the walls of your boundary, the uplift of your Chapel, the fellowship of your domitories. and the knowledge from your hallowed halls and classrooms — I shall not only hold fond memories of you. for I shall return to show that I love you. dearly. — Clara Franklin '65 Distinguished Aiumnus Award RecipientKeep this card in the book pocket Book is due on the latest date stamped padiuejs atep J JC| OMl uo onp si noog tajpod tooq ayt ui pjeo suit doa ----------- 6 C 0 P P 9 t-•i n C V 1 O w • s 030 Aufl 03 0

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