University of Maryland Eastern Shore Campus - Hawk Yearbook (Princess Anne, MD)

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1 . f " ' • •- J -- Eastern Sho ' Prince m- s , ' ' •:• • : M ' ' : iJ - : 5vvs ?; ■■ m " .JS WOW! Is This Registration? Look At Me? Ain ' t I Pretty i? = A-: " - .ii UMES CHANCELLOR Dr. Archie L. Buffkins Message From the Chancellor The invisible beauty of the world will become visible only when the feeling of the heart is complemented by the quality of the mind. I sincerely hope that the University Of Maryland, Eastern Shore campus has provided you with these important attributes, skills, and understandings in order for you to truly see the beauty of life and yourselves within the context of mutual respect. Have a good day today and a better day tomorrow. EXECUTIVE CABINET AND ADMINISTRATION MR. ROBERT DOWERY Dean of Student Affairs DR. ALAN HENKIN Director of Institutional Research MR. JOEL MACK DR. JOSEPH WUTOH Vice-Chancellor of Administrative Affairs Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs MISS GAIL HEMPHILL Director of Development and Endowment and Alumni Affairs MISS KRISTEN PEARCE Special Assistant to the Chancellor MR. HERBERT OLSEN Director of University Relations A NIGHT OF DRAMA 12 A MATTER OF BEING . . . INNOVATIVE 14 AND CREATIVE 15 To Thee, Dear Alma Mater, We raise our grateful song. For through thy noble teachings Thou ' st made they children strong; And thousands still shall praise thee. All earth shall hear their swel And bind our hearts yet closer To thee we love so well. " 1 Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray, Maryland, Maryland, thee we will love always All hail to thee, fair Maryland, All Glory be to thee! Grow thou in strength and honor Through all eternity! MISS UMES Karolyn Anderson Miss Anderson is a senior, majoring in Sociology. Karolyn, a native of Woodruff, Soutli Carolina, plans to attend graduate school upon graduation. The lovely Miss Anderson is a very expressive and dynamic person who has participated in many extra-curricular activities while attending UMES. She also has held the title of Miss Sophomore, and Miss Omega Psi Phi. 18 THIS IS KAROLYN 19 ' Miss U.M.E.S. - Karolyn Anderson THE WEEK OF HOMECOMING mtf - i THE HAWKS ' THRESHOLD " THE FUNERAL FOR NCCU EAGLES — — Service For The Dead Eagles 23 U.M.E.S. ARRAY OF QUEENS Francine Jones Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma Sandra Odom Miss Pliysical Education Sylvia Waters Miss Home Economics Irene Esters 2 " Miss Zeta Plii Beta Paulette Brown Miss Omega Psi Phi Fay IVlcCready Miss Junior Miss Hawk 1973-74 JOYCE E. JONES Nanetta McClees Miss Phi Beta Sigma Shayne Broadwater Miss Alpha Phi Omega Edwina Hooker iVIiss Veteran Maria Jones Miss Wesley Foundation a .aux-i i. iiiJ3i«usi iii Deborah Foster IVIiss Cheerleader Ocepia Barkley Miss Phi Beta Lambda Evelyn Jones Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 29 KAROLYN ANDERSON Sociology Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Miss Omega Psi Phi Miss UMES ERDIIME BARLEY Biology Beta Kappa Chi Black Awareness Cheerleader ELVIRA BARNES Elementary Education Vice Pres. Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority Jr. Class Treasurer JUNE BRITTINGHAM Business Education DONALD CARNEGIE Sociology Alpha Phi Omega GRANWELLCHEW Agriculture Education ATA Honorary Ag. Ed. Fraternity Spinx Club SGA KEVIN CHINNIA Agriculture Gentlemen ' s Club Track TEam LINDA COLLIER Home Economics NORRISCONNELLY Mathematics Pres, Senior Class Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Student life Committee Men ' s Senate ALFONSO CORNISH Social Science Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society President Men ' s Senate Executive Committee SGA YVONNE COUSIN Sociology MELVIN CUSACK Industrial Education Football Team Block M Club Men ' s Senate JENNIFER DASHIELL Sociology AKA Sorority Sec. Fresh. Class Miss AFROTC ELBERT DAVIS Building Construction Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity President Marching Band FRANCIS DIXON Industrial Arts ROWENA ELDER Elementary Education Elementary Education Club Women ' s Council JOHN FOREMAN Social Science Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Men ' s Senate Yearbool Staff DEBORAH FOSTER Physical Education Pres. Physical Education Club Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Senior Editor Hawk Yearbook Staff Sec. SGA Cheerleader MAYHEW FRANKLIN Sociology Editor-in-Chief Hawk Yearbook Editor — The Hawk ' s Message (college newspaper) President Sociology Club Business Manager Yearbook Delta Phi Omega National Drama Fraternity Executive Committee Student Government Ass. Student Life Committee Special Affairs Committee Long Range Planning Committee Homecoming Committee Student Assistant — Education Department JAMES GAYNOR Social Science Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity UMES Band i MARGARET HARRIS Home Economics Home Economics Club Miss Home Economics 71-72 Special Affairs Committee Wesley Foundation 1 L ALPHONSO HAWKINS Business Administration Kappa Alpfia Psi Fraternity Treasurer SGA Assistant Editor Yearbook PATRICK HENRY Art Education Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Yearbook Staff Art Club VIRGINIA HORSEY Elementary Education 36 VEORE HUNT Economics CARROLL JACKSON Physical Education Vice Pres. Jr. Class Sec. Sr. Class President Women ' s Council ANTHONY JOHNSON Biology X ANTHONY JONES Building Construction FRANCINE JONES Elementary Education President Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority Elementary Education Club Women ' s Council MARIA JONES Business Education LEWISJONES Industrial Arts MARVIN JONES Elementary Education Elementary Education Club Phi Beta Lambda Miss Wesley Foundation Probate Zeta Phi Beta Sorority MAXINE MILBOURNE Sociology Sociology Club YWCA The Hawks ' Message (college newspaper) WALTER JONES Mathematics Beta Kappa Chi Spinx Club AFROTC JOAN PALMER Mathematics ' - ' ■tv ■»; MAURICE PINDER Art Education Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Art Club Men ' s Senate Yearbook Staff Chess Club VENSON PURNELL Physical Education Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Treas. Physical Education Club SUSAN QUARLES Sociology Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society Sociology Club Hawks ' Message (college newspaper WENDELL ROBINS Physical Education Pres. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity UMESBand Yearbook Staff 39 CHARLOTTE RUSSELL Physical Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Women ' s Council Physical Education Club VANESSA SANDERS Social Science Pres. YWCA Wesley Foundation Women ' s Council KENNETH SHELL Industrial Education Football Team Block MClub CAROLYN STEPHENS Elementary Education WILLIE SYDNOR Social Science M.I. A. Queen Elementary Education Club 40 PAUL TROTTER Mathematics Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Gentlemen ' s Club Who ' s Who Among College and Universities HAROLD TYLER Business Administration Phi Beta Lambda Sr. Class Treasurer Men ' s Senate BRENDA WATERS Business Education Phi Beta Lambda Miss Senior Sweetheart Gentlemen ' s Club MALINDAWATKINS Business Education Phi Beta Lambda SYLVIA WATERS Home Economics Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Miss Home Economics Miss Freshman PATRICK WATKINS Art Education Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Veterans Club Art Club r WMffiSS KSl ' FRANCESWEDGE Sociology Pres. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society Pyramid Club Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Vice President Sociology Club Hawks ' Message (college newspaper) NORMAN WEEKS Sociology REGINA WHITE Sociology Sociology Club Women ' s Council 42 JAMES WILLIAMS Industrial Arts Men ' s Senate CLARA YOUNG Sociology Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Sociology Club Hawks ' Message (college newspaper) ooks at est, finished o4 Brief Period??? JUNIORS Francis Ballard Charles Bryant Rodney Bryant Lopez Chew Theartris Childress, Jr Sandra Douglas Yvonne Goodin Rosa Hodge A f Faye McCreacly g Leon Tilghman Wm HL ' ■ ltB 1 B !!!(!prTOW 1 Kwv|:. .;•■■■ • " Sharon Turner Brenda Wheatley Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remennber what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have a story. Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexation to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. SOPHOMORES .- u Adeyemi Ajayi Brenda Bivens Shelly Blake Joseph Boykins Louise Braxton Robin Brown William Campbell Teresa Fooks Charlene Goodin Geraldine Grey Pedro Habton Wanda Handy Emily Johnson Richard Jones Jeffrey McNealy Virginia Mosley Edward James James Joynes Reginald Lawson Gary Myers Byron Johnson Nannetta McCiees Andre Parson Sonya Roberson Kyle Robinson Gordon Stanley Jeanette Stephens Lorraine Suggs Ondra Taylor Janice Tinch Andre Twilley Awoskina Valentine Kay White Shirley White Tommy Wimbush Mark Williams FRESHMEN Pandora Barkley Paulette Brown Marcella Beck Mary Burgess Pamela Brown L Ss Marion Butler Veryl Carr Karen Cassidy Alverne Chesterfield George Coleman Carolyn Copes Sylvania Cottman Marjorie Davis Greg Duncan V JX Michael Holden Arlene Jones Tunde Fajuyigbe Sheryll Hamilton Freda Jackson Emanuel Kolawole Lanec Fletcher Robert Greene Brenda Harris Zelma Hayward Bainji Jegede Eloa Johnson fL. ' Jackie Joseph Abiola Lanrewaju Ermias Lemma Sharon Guy Pamela Henry f Renee Johnson Cynthia Lewis Voloria Mack Barry Marshall Rebecca Marshall Gloria Maye Caria McReynolds Christopher Meshida Nancy Miles k M. Beverly Sue Miller Rahymm S. Omotosho Harold Russell Patricia Sampson Shirley Simmons Sherone Simon Sandra Smith Gertrude White Bradshaw Whiting Ralph Whittington Waters Whittington Bernie Williams 57 Joyce Willis ?;-:! ? 1 -:. ' M -imr: ' !?. P MjKw ' , ' ' - ' v! . , ' .■i ®??$ « Fr ' ' i- - =v» (., ■ - - ..rt . ;■ fT : ■ ■ ■ j - w • ? - BASKETBALL 1973- ' 74 HAWK BASKETBALL TEAM MIGHTY 65 !ih r iv .- RIGHT ON DO IT HAWKS 67 SWIMMING U.M.E.S. 1973-74 SWIMMING TEAM ' P%A LIFE AT UMES AOiS 78 II IW M PW «I W ' Lend me the stone strength of the past And I will lend you, The wings of the future For I have them. — Robinson Jeffers !4 v It V AFROTC DET, 330A r -i fc..= .- ,1 - . X. ' " v ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY ENGLISH CLUB ELEMENTARY EDUCATION CLUB ■ 11 1 ALPHA PHI ALPHA ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA ;TA kappa CHI Scientific Honor Society BIOLOGY CLUB 88 ZETA PHI BETA PHI BETA SIGMA 89 PHI BETA LAMBDA STUDENTS INTERESTED — IN TALENT KAPPA ■ v Editor-in-Chief 92 1973-74 HAWK YEARBOOK STAFF Assistant Editors DELORA SHEDRICK Assistant Editor ROSE HODGE Assistant Editor WHO ' S WHO AMONG COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES KAROLYN ANDERSON RODNEY BRYANT PENNY BUTLER LINDA COLLIER ALFONSO CORNISH FAYE MARTIN SUSAN QUARLES HELEN SUTTON PAUL TROTTER FRANCES WEDGE MAXINE WILKINS CLARA YOUNG mhi - Graduate Studies Convocation Dr. David Sparks — Speaker, U. of Md. Black Heritage Week Speaker Alex Haley Author DR. ARCHIE L. BUFFKINS N ISRAEL WITH LOCAL MAYORS 100 i0 105 FACES AROUND CAMPUS O give me a song of liope And a world where I can sing it. Give me a song of faitin And a people to believe in it. Give me a song of kindliness And a country where I can live it. " Dark Testament " Pauli Murray 107 Don ' t let life discourage you; everyone who got where he is had to begin where he was. The first thing to do in life is to do with purpose what one proposes to do. - Pablo Casals POSTSCRIPT 109 When you read, read! Too many students just half read. I never read without summarizing — and so understanding what I read. The art of memory is the art of understanding. Roscoe Pound, Harvard Law School " With all its sham, drudgery broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. " h ' - A - ' f- ' ' J j iy r, m " ■V ' i ' k( iVi .i ' ]. ' .xVV;;fr, ' We live in a ti me of such rapid chang that only he who is in a fundament a person who continues to learn and inqty pace, let alone play the role feifcjyide , . .We have created for ourselves a manner of living in Araeric fH ' vyhich a little learning can no longer serve our needs.. -Nathan Pusey, THE AGE OF THE SCHOLAR: OBSERVATION nM FniirATION INA TROUBLED DECADE 116 f " Each man is each man ' s brother. " 118 MISS DALE GORDON Director, College Thirteen DR. CLAUD MARION Counselor, UMES Extension Program DR. LEWIS KADUSHIN Director, Counseling Center DR. HENKINS Director, Institutiona Research DR. CAROLE HENKIN Director, Reading Center MR. JAGDISH SINGH Director of Admissions and Registration MRS. BETTY MILES Head, Business Department DR. GERALD JOHNSON Head, Music Department DR. HOWARD REBACH Head, Department of Social Science DR. LEON COURSEY Head, Physical Education Department DR. WILLIAM PENDER Head, Education Department DR. N. NAGARAJAN Head, Mathematics and Computer Science MR. JAMES POLK Head, Department of English and Languages DR. WILLIAM LYNK Head, Department of Natural Science MRS. ERETHIA EVANS Head, Home Economics Department A d k M ' m. 1i, . kN Scholarship is a polite argument 1 1 Pi " 1 V i 1 ! " ihdi " Ji ■ h S m i 126 GETTING IT TOGETHER -4-1 - ' ..4 » ■ylj SaiS» mtm i K. ' ' iL ' ' 130 A degree is not an education, and the confusion on this point is perhaps the gravest weakness in American thinl ing about education. 133 Was something brushed across my mind That no one on earth will ever find? — Robert Frost 134 135 Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards. 136 138 mgn f! HAWKLAND GETTING OVER . The utmost reward of daring is to dare. — Robert Frost 143 A college education is a taste for knowledge, a taste for philos ophy, a capacity to explore, question and perceive relationships between fields of knowledge and experience . . . it is a search for truth. ' tr- a it THE SENATE I ACTION??? AUTOGRAPHS In Fond Memory Of Jinnmie Mosely, Sr, 1927-1974 Artists are poets, speaking to humanity. As an artist, Jimmie Mosely stands out as one of the nation ' s great creators of masterpieces. His works will stand forever midway between man ' s fleeting world and the transcendent world of God, enabling us to continually communicate with the cosmos and the powers of nature. He once remarked, " I am an artist; I have something to say: I hope I have said it well. " AWARDS; Atlanta Univ. Ga., 1st prize Xavier Univ. New Orleans, La. National Conference of Artists Wicomico County Art League. Salisbury, Md. 1st prize In Watercolors and in Graphics, Emancipation Centennial National Exhibit, New Orleans EXHIBITIONS; Atlanta University, Ga. Illinois State Univ. Art Gallery, Normal, Illinois Civic Center Museum, Phila., Pa. Nelson Gallery Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Mo. Wicomico County Library, Salisbury, Md. Salisbury State College, Salisbury, Md. COLLECTIONS; Atlanta University Art Gallery Illinois State University Art Gallery, Normal, III. Dusable Art Gallery, Chicago PROFESSIONAL POSITION; Associate Professor and Head of Art Department, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, Md. 1947-74 President of the National Conference of Artists, 1974 GALLERIES; Atlanta University Art Gallery Illinois State University Jonada Art Gallery, Baltimore, Md. Smith-Mason Art Gallery, Wash., D.C. ijoio. 3. S


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