Virginia State University - Trojan Yearbook (Petersburg, VA)

 - Class of 1974

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IVVW VQFCUQ is I it ,..a r..1----fn R I i ,n f. Q 1 1 t i I , 4 g 1 1 i i I,Nineteen Hundred Seventy-Four' ' A x in g 'ft s 5 Q A n i 5 i Q 1'QUNaTvAMmQHANeE'f i Virginia State College I Petersburg, Virginia S 3' w 1 Bennis M. Blue Editor-in-Chief G Jacqueline Long Staff Artist CONTENTS TITLE 2 it Foreword . 4 . Dedication . . Unity .... CCampus Lifel 1 Self-Determination lC1assesJ Graduation ........ Collective Work ...... fSports, Organizationsj Cooperative Economics . . . CPersonnelJ Purpose ............. Creativity c .... 1 ........... . fSpecial Features, Homecoming, Extra-Curricular Activitiesj Fa1th ................... CHuman Interestj Editorial Comment . ig Senior Directory .... Index: ........... PAGE ......3 . . .14-5 ..e-17 .....18-87 . . 88-93 . 94-171 172-189 190-193 194-241 242-255 ....25e 257-262 ....263 l' M 'X 1 -w- lx lla l ll 5"NV'a 1 5 ' ' 124 x Q Q . ' 4 or 1 Q " Ei sian 7 V , 1 A A ' 32 'n , Forewor A yearbook, to us, symbolizes representation of all or most of Therefore, some changes and reversions to the traditional may be nual. The cover color has been converted back to the colors. It is our feeling that the traditional VSC colors members as well as personnel. Another change to be noted is the adoption of TROJAN. Some books of the past have deviated the s title. Our book still this are given to our D. Bohannon, along with thanks are due to Dr. Sutter, Evelyn Byrd and others on the t'Lastfbutnot least-,tour gratitude goes to copy, wand to Mr. Gary Zwicker our ICP 13.M.B. TROJAN starry 4 r,q. ,L A student body our book, The the theme for However, our desire Af- ' 5 f.. , ,.,i. y ..,: N91 . Ks A F: QM: ,JL '- Q' ,A n . 4 VN 9 .1 2 l :X W X 4 .f K Na zu W S 97' rm ,Q , , ,,mgJ!,. . . , X yj .,- ,. v sf 22222 L35 ,J ji A ,K , . A J D? fra' N Qu.r,.,, I I EV Sig 1 T? 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Thanks, Linda, for your Trojan spirit and for being a unifying force in the production of the 1973-1974 TROJAN. 'YQ 'ivtiq 'ilie-ve:41,x.zr..,-in U, 'nina-..., 35 I ' at 3 'N ' .E-1, r .- -A.i:,1.3v-- 1, .,,, -.g",! 25 .. .' 1 . wQ'.:.f':. , L4 4139? "1 P f Q . ...1 4-,ly fi 15.41 ! P -13 5 1 ' 2 N -X. I -Q , vu... xx .., ae f in -avi ,7 1 , -IQ: :D-': 77 N I -If 'T - if " Y' V H .U Linda and Vonda at the Norfolk State Game WWW UNITY Fall: Baring of Trees That First Stroll to Class . . . Will ll is gl ye! A N 'fu x . ,dx Or Just Jive Time i . P 111 ,wmav i Y Winter: Energ Crisis N ! I. A 1 I ,,. my ...- V 9 I A x 5 ,,..-v X 'x , 4 'J Y H' , -cf , -f -i45u' f A ,.,,'igN-.Q f xx- J :ji fc' fx Z X, 'Q ff Y V 1 A ' 'N H "' ' fffisff. n , . ' QA. l ' -.Mft WZ 1, fn 'yu ki. fff, ' .. J-J ' xv 4 Ili' ., 2 .r 'stu .-z,.m.-...l. Ms :g , :-- . A ',--' ' k '1,C'W,j ,ag:3,.,..f f 1 '. s '-f',-1,'?T-"-'L' -' W- , ,J ,. ,.,,,- ,iv -- iq, X 'Q in uw H' ""' f " 9 T' I I i 1 5 I f 1 i . :mx 4 ,. 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Bottom right: Cheese or no cheese, the rush is on and stomachs are growling as students crowd into the door of the former Snack Shoppe-Cafeteria. ,..4 wr Yin.-H 1.1 . 'Em ,-5 A it . .V M 1 8 . 4ty,y .i h.iyyy A y . A I ,F We sf- P ' Va- i -M l""'l! ' fi: 7'6 ,lf I y ssl V i 7 1 be 7 'L - if -.-1. ' w - A if sg fx Q Ng, Jig - 2 4-if H2 'K X fV"? v or ul -A . 1' if T' 4 :' , I Q c .- g Q fffva I X 1 H .X I P Q J .aa ,w Achievement is many things to many people. To Janet Coleman it is the applause of the audience as she sings to her own piano accompani- ment. Living, for this stu- dent, is being happy about attending a class. Achievements for VSC are made every day in the chem- istry labs. Time to Liveg Life Is Achievement Llnda Jap Person prepares to make a dive off the highboard in the Daniel Gymnasium Natatorium. 'T' 'QT For some Seniors, time is running out at - VSC, but for Charles Taliafero there is still time for the simple relaxation of reading a magazine uninterruptedly. .,Y.,..- ,,-f" A H-I -I Ln.-4 fre 5hmen,-,,,,,,,2Q 5ophomores.,,,,32 JUl'1l0T'5,,,,f+2 SCHIOPS ,l+L v , 5Lf gradua1'ion,,,,,,,88 EGU EQ IFB Ubi 5'-Q i 3 E-GU E i 7-'zfl sm' Eiifgii, . seqvhe.-'f f L .a- l. . 1 . x . 'i I .gd , X l v l 4 ff li QQ s 1? E - ' N ' 1 L? MM AA , is L1 W U ' y E H Q A L - . : , if ' . 3 . ' A V Q' .E ij L! V - 'rl rf-.f?,,1',T , .1 -AI ' ,S , l S li ii i X- rf L, .5 f . .4 . . . . Y, -' ,,+ -gg 'i " .p A . - 1 4, '16 2 A , "' is r jg A W .sm .. , ...L ' 4 ' X' f f I "' , fl ll ALEXANDER, D. Patterson, New Jersey ALLEN, L. Richmond, Va. ALLEN, M. East Orange, New Jersey ALLEN, N. Washington, D.C. AMES, S. Cape Charles, Va. ANDERSON, A. Bronx, New York ANDERSON, K. Washington, D.C. ARRINGTON D Wurtsmith A.EBi, Michigan ARRINGTON, R. Richmond, Va. ASKEW, J. Newport News, Va. AUSTIN, V. Richmond, Va. AYRES, C. Richmond, Va. BANKS, B. Franklin, Va. BANKS, B. Alexandria, Va. BARKSDALE Bedford, Va. BARNES, A. Washington, D.C. BARTLEY, R. Washington, D.C. BATTER, J. Newport News, Va. BATTLE, B. Philadelphia, Pa. BAXTER, S. Franklin, Va. BAXTER, S. Franklin, Va. BELL, R. Richmond, Va. BELL, W. Eastville, Va. BELSCHES, C. Hampton, Va. BENTLEY, C. Richmond, Va. BLAND, G. Richmond, Va. BLOW, C. Suffolk, Va. BLOW, D. Portsmouth, Va. BODERICK, D. Brooklyn, New York BOLLING Richmond, Va. BOOKER, S. Hampton, Va. BOONE, D. Petersburg, Va. BOONE, D. Carrsville, Va. BOSEMAN Norfolk, Va. BOWER Richmond, Va. BOYD Alexandria, Va. BRADLEY, C. Suffolk, Va. BRADLEY, L. Richmond, Va. BRANCH, L. Richmond, Va. BRANCH, P. Richmond, Va. SMILE BRAXTON, C. Richmond, Va. BRINKLEY, W. Hobson, Va. BROWN, A. , Bronx, New York BROWN, A. East Orange, New Jersey BROWN, B. Portsmouth, Va. BROWN, E. Evingtlon, Va. BRO N, G. Waverl , Va. BROWN, K. Montclair, New Jersey BROWN, V. Unknown BRUNSON, W. Unknown BUCHANAN, P. Arlin ton, Va. BULEARD, S. Lumberton, North Carolina BUNDICK, C. Hampton, Va. BURWELL, B. Lanham, Maryland BRYD, A. Richmond, Va. CABLER, P. Lynchburg, Va. REV. CA LAHAN Alexandria, Va. CALLENDER, N. Clifton Forlge, Va. CANNAD Chesapeake, Va. CARNEY, G. Norfolk, Va. CARTER, E. Laydsmith, Va. CARTER, J. Lancaster, Va. CARTER, L. Richmond, Va. CARY, I. Yale, Va. CATHEY, A. Unknown CHAMBLISS, J. Waverly, Va. CHARITY, F. Richmond, Va. CHILDS, T. Westburg, New York CHINNERY, L. Unknown CLAIBORNE, S. Ruther Glen, Va. CLAIBORNE, W. South Boston, Va. CLARK, D. Stuanton, Va. CLARK, M. Unknown CLEMENTS, D. Richmond, Va. COGER, C. Rock Mount Va. East Orange, New Jersey COLSTON, G. CONLEY, V. Lottsburg, Va. COOKE, H. Hampton, Va. SMILE ctive, Concerned fm Em N bl If N af. I .x , 1, ' - I ' l f nf' .. y J 5, ltlffff s .ov 1 S V x iii! 1 ala .1 ' if. rk.. ' gg : Q? F it A '-3' 1' 3 f ' 2,5 .5141 vi .. 1 ia i VL.-. T -.1 ,V 7 I 'if .Q C nd.. .1 -J' 151 ' L JZ... Full of Energy I V.-k I . 'KK r Q r A ir ,Q .s . ,- V! ' ,QS 5? X. ,-, Q ..--., V EP: - i w-.,,, x fl - A' L ' .55 R -2"'?n ' . "TEH ' 1 1 'v pl -9 A is J g l ,N 4 'W .,4 A , 1' 7 . 1. - -"af 1 'fha 'Q F5 . Q5 H 1'- Fw I . , COOPER, K. Richmond, Va. COWLING, D. Chuckatuck, Va. CRADDOX, R. New Kent County, Va. CRAWLEY, R. South Boston, Va. CREASY, R. Palmyra, Va. CUNNINGHAM, J. Richmond, Va. DANIEL, T. Unknown DARASAW, A. Portsmouth, Va. DAUTHERY, R. Suffolk, Va. DAVENPORT, C. Hampton, Va. DAVIS, BUNNY A Ham ton, Va. DAVl,S, E. Richmond, Va. DAVIS, J. Unknown DAVIS, L. Petersburg, Va. DAVIS, R. Richmond, Va. DAVIS, T. Chesapeake, Va. DAWNING, B. Unknown DENT, O. Petersbur , Va. DERRICET Milford, Va. DILVER, L. Lancaster, Va. DORN, D. Petersburg, Va. DOSWELL Gary, Indiana DRAYTON, A. Alexandria, Va. DRUMWRIGHT, D. Unknown DUKE, P. East Orange, New Jersey EARLEY, J. Hamfton, Va. EAS EY, J. South Boston, Va. ECHOLS, G. Unknown EDWARDS, S. Smithfield, Va. ELLIS, C. Richmond, Va. ESDAILE, K. North Haven, Connecticut EVANS, K. Newgort News, Va. EVA S, L. Petersburg, Va. FAIN, V. Montclair New Jersey FAUNTLEROY, G. Regina, Va. FLACK, S. Washington, D.C. FLORA, D. Chillum, Maryland FIlYN'g7 A' M 1 d Si ver ring, ary an Form, 5. Richmond, Va. FOSTER, A. Hobson, Va. Ready to Strive Forward FOSTER, C. Chesapeake, Va. FOSTER, G. Martinsville, Va. FREEMAN, L. Ruther Glen, Va. FREEMAN, T. Newport News, Va. FRIEND, R. Richmond, Va. FINK, J. Williamsburg, Va. FRIPPS, A. Philadelphia, Pa. FULLER, M. A. Waynesboro, Va. FULLER, M. M. Clarksville, Va. GARDNER, D. Charlottesville, Va. GARRIS, C. Emporia, Va. GASKIN, D. Syracuse, New York GAY, R. Wakefield, Va. GIBSON, D. Unknown GILES, A. Washington, D.C. GILES, K. West Orange, New Je GILL, T. Covington, Va. GILMORE, C. Portsmouth, Va. GLASS, B. Petersburg, Va. GOINS, M. Richmond, Va. GOODE, J. Unknown GOODMAN, C. Suffolk, Va. GOODWYN, M. Portsmouth, Va. GOODWYN, R. Capron, Va. GRAVES, V. Henrietta, New York GRAY, L. Newport News, Va. GREGORY, J. Buckingham, Va. GRIFFIN, S. Philadelphia, Pa. GROSS, T. Hampton, Va. GUYNN, P. Newport News, Va. HAIRSTON, A. Petersburg, Va. HAIRSTON, T. Petersburg, Va. HALL, E. Washington, D.C. HAMMOND, D. Richmond, Va. HAMPTON, L. Poughkeepsie, New Y HARDY, K. Unknovsm HARPER, E. Roanoke, Va. HARPER, J. Chesapeake, Va. HARRIS, B. Petersburg, Va. HARRIS, N. Raleigh, North Carolina it -D and Bring Unit Q i l 3514 l :7' ? I. ..,,,.. is l " 1 Wd 5: W. ,.. . 45. f. to V.S.C. f ' Y 2f,.qg.1 l X Rea I I ., .... li Y 4' Ez t mi5,f ls'i. 'B z W' 1, . W, r ' - .1121 1 . .P , g g 'fi ?."' ,- I ., ,... . 'W 1' PP' X ,. H - ,,1.wj,31 ' 73,3 4. 7 7' lf ll 'GE 4 I Y 3' 4- ,. ll V me ' ' it s .4 til ,vi A 1, WJ r-i f ll W. ' J ' fl 4 K 1 ' l 'L X- 1 .. s 1 2 ' , ls i :i2 "S". e 12 V 5-1' ,, l i i ' i 3 V o 1 F in xi, ,f f X 'W' rl i 1 ii 1 J' vu . .r . , I in 4 J gs an l 5' -1 -4 f I 3' 'N s I 147 5 , I lu 'T ,-- .Pl Q Ui ?,.r, wr' -1 a 1 r HAMS, Y. New York, New York HARRIS, E. Franklin, Va. HARRIS, H.N. Raleigh, North Carolina HARRIS, RONDA Chesapeake, Va. HARRIS, RUTH Richmond, Va. HARRISON, V. Petersburg, Va. HARVILLE, D. Newport News, Va. HASKINS, A. Arlington, Va. HATCH, P. Seat Pleasant, Maryland HAW, D. Richmond, Va. HAWKINS, D. Washington, D.C. HAYES, F. South Hill, Va. HENDERSON, L. Newport News, Va. HERBERT, C. Newport News, Va. HIGHTOWER, A. New Jersey HILL, W. Ham ton, Va. HIMS, D. New York, New York HITE, E. East Orange, New Jersey HOLLMAN, T. Newark, New Jersey HOLLOWAY, D. Prince George, Va. HOLMES, C. Hampton, Va. HOLMES, M. Lexington, North Carolina HOPSON, D. Ham ton, Va. HOUISTON, B. Hempstead, New York HOWARD, A. Petersburg, Va. HOYLE, S. Plainfield, New Jersey HUGHES, A. Louisa, Va. HUNT, G. Danville, Va. HUNTER, J. Petersburg, Va. , HYLTON, V. Martinsville, Va. HYMAN, G. Petersburg, Va. INGE Charlottesville, Va. IRVING Norfolk, Va. JACKSON, B. Philadelphia, Pa. JACKSON, D. Cincinnati, Ohio JACKSON, H. Alexandria, Va. JACKSON, J. Williamsburg, Va. JACKSON, S. Richmond, Va. JACOCKS Norfolk, Va. JAMERSON, P. Newport News, Va. Working Today to Make Tomorrow Better JAMERSON, W. Chatham, Va. JEFFERS, D. Danville, Va. JETER, K. Washington, D.C. JOHNS, H. Hampton, Va. JOHNSON, C. Suffolk, Va. JOHNSON, D. Richmond, Va. JOHNSON, D. Richmond, Va. JOHNSON, D. Arlington, Va. JOHNSON, D. Lawnside, New Jersey JOHNSON, E. Chesapeake, Va. JOHNSON, E. Richmond, Va. JOHNSON, F. Roanoke, Va. JOHNSON, J. Petersbur , Va. JOHNSON K. Hampton, Va. JOHNSON, M. Crownsville, Maryland JOHNSON, M. Newport News, Va. JONES, E. Portsmouth, Va. JONES, E. Richmond, Va. JONES, H. Richmond, Va. JONES, J. Philadelphia, Pa. JONES, J. Newark, New Jersey JONES, J . Charles City,-New Jersey JONES, L. K. Richmond, Va. JONES, L. J. Lottsburg, Va. JONES, M. Waverly, Va. JONES, S. Danville, Va. JONES, S. Buckingham, Va. JONES, W. Petersburg, Va. JORDAN, V. Cheslalpeake, Va. JOY ER, A. Raleigh, North Carolina JOYNER, W. Richmond, Va. KEEVE, D. Lottsburg, Va. KELLY, K. Suffolk, Va. Kelly, S. New Brunswick, New Jer KENNEDY, W. Unknown KENYEAR, D. Richmond, Va. KING, K. Williamsburg, Va. LANE. -Me. Surry, Va. LANE, T. Richmond, Va. LANGLEY, L. Norfolk, Va. sey mf, in 21-.Y-T1 . lk or fc' 5 'J li'2'r:" f ,gf 1- , '1 '37 f' K I iq Tr, . , ' :V Ar A M M.- .yi -.. .4 4 -.J V W rqg gl 5: i- ' -fr 1 J... . . ,,, - 1 ylfiiv z-is - 1 For We the Class of 1977 , il 'V :fy Pi .v eg a-3' 1 f'i'!ETE?f4'-.: f - . 1 as 1,1 . h , r new f ii 1? .w- s vin ..- ef- '.,f+,e I qt ' W 4, , .L 1 . LEE, B. Richmond, Va. LEE, S. Lancaster, Va. LEE, S. Kenbridge, Va. LEGESSE, F. London, England LEWIS, C. Middleburg, Va. LEWIS, C. Richmond, Va. LEWIS, D. Westerly, Rhode Island LEWIS, E. Lynchburg, Va. LEWIS, R. Richmond, Va. LEWIS, R. Matthews, Va. LEWIS, S. Unknown LIGGINS, K. Bridgeport, Conn. LIPSCOMB, P. Unknown LONG, K. Ettrick, Va. LONG, R. Chester, Pa. LUCAS, K. Waverly, Va. LUCAS, L. Orange, Va. LYLES, D. Washington, D.C. LYONS, P. Unknown MACKLIN, C. Chesapeake, Va. MALLORY, S. Richmond, Va. MALLORY, A. Chillum, Maryland MAPP, A. Cape Charles, Va. MARABLE, D. Hampton, Va. MARKIN, C. Greensboro, North Carolina MARKS, S. Seat Pleasant, New Jersey MARROW, C. Sandston, Va. MARTIN, C. Unknown MARTIN, 4J. Unknown MASON, E. Brookneal, Va. MASON, E. Charlottesville, Va. MASON, G. Smithfield, Va. MAYO III, D. Richmond, Va. MAYO, D. Richmond, Va. MC CLENNY, A. Suffolk, Va. MC COY, K. Petersbur , Va. MC CRA5, G. Washington, D.C. MC KINNON, W. Petersburg, Va. MC PATTER, M. Beaverdam, Va. MEAD,'S. Richmond, Va. MEANS, A. Washington, D.C. MILLINER, L. Unknown MILLNER, M. Petersburg, Va. MITCHELL, M. Portsmouth, Va. MORRIS, J. Baltimore, Maryland MATLEY, P. Richmond, Va. MOUNTAIN, W. Alexandria, Va. MULDROW, C. Roselle, New Jersey NELSON, A. Petersburg, Va. NELSON, J. Petersburg, Va. NORMAN, W. Petersburg, Va. NORRIS, S. Lancaster, Va. OUTLAW, L. Baltimore, Maryland OVERBRIDGE, K. Williamston, N.C. OWENS, A. Washington, D.C. OWENS, O. Unknown OWNES, W. Newport News, Va. PAGE, P. Richmond, Va, PAGE, S. Richmond, Va. PANNELL, R. Camden, New PARKER, A. Petersburg, Va. PARKER, P. Virginia Beach, Va. PARKER, R. Hampton, Va. PARKER, R. L. Montclair, New Jersey PARKS, C. Washington, D.C. PAYNE, H. Unknown PEARSON, S. Hampton, Va. PEGRAM, M. Petersburg, Va. PENN, T. Warrenton, Va. PERRY, C. Unknown PERSON, D. Portsmouth, Va. PERSON, S. Amelia, Va. PETTEWAY, H. Waterbury, Connecticut PHILIP, A. Freeport, New York PINCHBACK, A. Washington, D.C. POARCH, G. Stony Creek, Va. PORTER, C. Hampton, Va. PORTER, S. Suffolk, Va. POWELL, D. Portsmouth, Va. PRETLOW, P. Chesapeake, Va. Are Together l .. . .AI 'g FQ . -- .. F Q 901 . R l " 5 ' xl 'f., 5' flff . Q " 1 C .il at , Q .egg Q i Q, st . ! 5. B if . , 5 if Q , y .1 4, . . gg. iii 1' ...r I Unity Reflected in the Class of 1977 PULLEY, L. Portsmouth, Va. PURNELL, B. Portsmouth, Va. QUARLES, A. Bristol, Pa. RAGLAND, K. Louisa RAWLINGS, T. Franklin REDFEARN, C. Petersburg REED, L. Stony Creek REESE, J. Petersburg REYNOLDS, B. Roanoke RICKS, F. Chesapeake RIDDICK, M. Philadelphia, Penn RILEY, B. Petersburg RIVERA, G. Chesapeake ROBB, C. Stony Creek ROBERT, V. Hampton ROBERTSON, A. New York, N.Y. ROBERTSON, M. Ettrick ROBINSON, B. Surry ROBINSON, C. Richmond ROBINSON, E. Hampton ROBINSON, P. Richmond ROBINSON, R. Mineral ROBINSON, R. Petersburg ROBINSON, S. Petersburg ROSE, J. McKinney ROUNTREE, K. Newport News SATCHELL, R. Baltimore, Md. SAUNDERS, C. Richmond SAUNDERS, S. Richmond SAVAGE, T. Hampton SAVAY, R. Petersburg SCOTT, B. Keysville SCOTT, P. Crozet SHEAM, R. Richmond SHEARS, D. Smithfield SHELTON, R. Richmond SILVER, W. Virginia Beach SIMS, C. Richmond SLOAN, K. Richmond SMITH, A. Stony Creek Working to Reach Goals SMITH, B. Charlotterville SMITH, M. Chesapeake SMITH, Y. New York, N.Y. SOUTHERLAND, Richmond SPENCER, R. Floyd SPRATLEY, R. Newport News STEWART, G. Baltimore, Md. STEWART, M. Callas STITH, M. Stony Creek STOCKTON, W. Cleveland, N.C. STONE, B. Alberta SYKES, P. Henrico, N.C. SYLVER, T. Hampton SYDNOR, P. Lawrenceville SANDY, G. Fort Lee TAYLOR, D. Richmond TAYLOR, L. Sussex TAYLOR, P. Ruther Glen TAYLOR, R. Hopewell TAYLOR, W. Richmond THOMAS, L. New York, N.Y. THOMAS, P. Petersburg THOMPSON, C. Richmond THOMPSON, J. St. Thomas, Virgin Island THOMPSON, S. Farmharm THORTON, B. Tucker Hill TILLERY, P. Monongahela, Pa. TIMBERLAKE, M. Ashland TINSLEY, D. Washington, D.C. TAULSON, W. Reedville TUCKER, DANNY Petersburg TURNER, DAVID Baltimore, Md. TURNER, V. Kilmarnock TYLER, M. Newark, N.J. URGUHART Seat Pleasant, N.J. VALENTINE, G. Suffolk VIA, G. Rocky Mount WABERSHAW, G. Philadelphia, Penn. WADE, S. Norfolk WALLACE, K. Elizabeth, N.J. R. MA f' le - . . Fwiifif Q j., V. I Ii' - 7.-5 - 'ii its., . TH, Qiglk ASQ :' 'v , -flmgfi 5 , 7 ZF I' 44 . rg zq L I i. V, . .i ,f L L lr .Hg 'Q- -Q H5 I1 ff, 4 or ' 1 - rl ,. 11, 1 47 5 54 and to Bring Change to C- ian l f f ff to 'r 5-1 if .'I:?w i 1 H ' 46. 1 3 I 1 S .Y r may I -2 . , If 'Of -i .1 if- - I -1. I ' wg I iliii in V , ' Af . i x nv-5 f I lil - 'Nj ,. 1 'E W if .2 . AQ ,. NEP4 A -1 'kia 1 , , .lb f f Q .3441 iff., ' 'url ll JI!! . W .3 61 iii ' ,j 1 z' l lr 1 53? 'L , A .,, gf. V.S. . WANSER, C. Delaphane WASHINGTON, C. Richmond WASHINGTON, D. Petersburg WATSON, J. Neptune, N.J. WEAVER, T. Hampton WEBB, D. Roanoke WHEELER, G. Sedalia, N.C. WHITEHEAD, E. Washington, D.C. WHITEHEAD, R. Hollister, N.C. WILKINS, D. Richmond WILLIAMS, B. Chesapeake WILLIAMS, Denice Richmond , WILLIAMS, DIANE Billenco, Mass. WILLIAMS, DWAYNE Jersey City, N.J. WILLIAMS, G. Alexandra WILLIAMS, K. Newport, News WILLIAMS, L. Petersbur WILLIAIVIS, M. Washington, D.C. WHILIAMS, P. Philadelphia, Penn. WILLIAMS, R. Portsmouth WILLIAMSON, S. Petersburg WILLIAMSON, T. Washington, D.C. WILSON, E. East Orange, N.J. WILSON, L. Alexandra WOOD, A. Petersburg WORDEN, G. Richmond WORTHAM, M. Fort Eustus WRIGHT, P. Brooklyn, N.Y. WYCHE, G. Jarratt YATES, C. Richmond YARBOROUGH, K. Richmond WALKER, J. Petersburg I l,,,,, il - I PV" Class of '76 ii -V 4 1 li I Lvl: i . + 3 "I K 5 3:3112 . ' -1. .9 V .- ' 1 . i ' x " ' ' 'H 4 I s - Fi . 1'f...f".. . lil? I " , , ' sz:--, Q-31553, 5:11. !:,?Pf::Qii,lgg V -- Y' Qlfliirl ' -2221 lg. l' i . ' el? x. ,, . L ,ak . . . -J 'N ' -1 w A ,f- . 78? ADAMS, ETHELYN, R. Newbern, N.C. ADAMS, WAYMAN A. Bayonne, N.J. ADKINS, DORA A. Boykins, Va. ADKINS, EVELYN Boykins, Va. ALLEN, GWENDOLYN M. Richmond, Va. ALLEN, WILLARD W. Richmond, Va. ALLISON, GAIL A. Virginia Beach ANDERSON, SHARLENE E Sutherland, Va. ARTIS, BARBARA J. Suffolk, Va. ASHE, RANDY LEE Richmond, Va. ASHLEY, NORVELL JR. Hampton, Va. AVERY, SADIE E. Meredithville, Va. AUSTIN, RITA Bloomfield, N.J. BAGLEY, ELEANOR M. Blackstone, Va. BAILEY, GERALDINE V. Surry, Va. BAKER, BRENDA L. Philadelphia, Pa. BARGE, LISA K. Norfolk, Va. BARNES, JANE E. Roanoke, Va. BATES, KAREN L. Petersburg, Va. BATTS, VALERIE G. Norfolk, Va. BAYLOR, MARILYN D. King Sz Queen County BELL, MILDRED L. Charlottesville, Va. BENNETT, PHILLIP D. Chatham, Va. BILLUPS, HELEN S. New Kent, Va. BILLUPS, JOYCE F. Washington, D.C. BISHOP, GLORIA J. Plainfield, N.J. BLAKE, THOMAS Richmond, Va. BOONE, CAROLYN J. Zuni, Va. BOONE, JACQUELINE Suffolk, Va. BOWE, MATTIE Danville, Va. BOWERS, CARTER Clarksville, Va. BRADLEY, WILLIAMS R. Macomb, Ill. BRIGGS, DIANE Y. Richmond, Va. BRINKLEY, AVIS Bowie, Md. BROOKS, ZENOBLA L. Prince George BROWN, CARUSO J. Jersey City, N .J. BROWN, DOREN L. Philadelphia, Penn. BROWN, FELICIA Richmond BROWN, KENNETH W. Gloucester BROWN, MONTERAY Lynchburg BURKE, MARY G. Richmond BURKS, KATHRYN M. Clifton Forge BYRD, FREDA D. Richmond BYRD, JANICE R. West Point CAREY, SAMUEL L. Tappahannock CARRINGTON REYNA D D. -Q,g'-'gif' , R Camden, N.J. CARTER, CYNTHIA E. Plainfield, N.J. CARTER, DELORES C. Lindes CARTER, EDNA L. Lancaster CASHWELL, DEWEY W. Lynchburg CAUTHORN, JOSEPH C. Williamsburg CHARITY, SHARON G. Charles City CHEATHAM, BARRON A. Richmond CHINNERY, LYNNETTE Petersburg CLARK, LORRAINE C. Norfolk COBB, STANLEY W. Washington, D.C. COFIELD, GWENDOLYN Newport News COLDEN, WALTER H. Norfolk COLEMAN, GINO Lower Ashland COLEMAN, MICHAEL W. Alberta COLE, MARILYN J. Petersburg COOPER, FREDERICK L. Wilmington, N.C. COPPEDGE, STANLEY L. New ort News conf GALE L. Powatan COX, REGINA D. Williamsburg CRENSHAW, JAMES L. Richmond CRUMP, CRYSTAL A. Richmond CRUTCHFIELD, WILLIAM Boydton DANIELS, SAMUEL K. Goochland DARDEN, MARIO L. Philadelphia, Pa. U 3 H FI ill Q. A ,. 2 n 'f' I 1' 1 il 5 1 f 1. .ri . E' I 5 Ama s- i L .C-np' ' .. 0 ,A .. , .W 1- --'.-1 - , ,y, - 1 Fm.. 'A ll l 1 l 7 1 .. 1 ' . A . 1 M U fl U- - 'W Ei 1 3 H ii I Ji 16 nited, Gifted and Free - . -.-V. -19 . - ,, ,553 X , ' Q- Lair 5 . QV! 5. I I fill.- Q . B SV!! . , , A in Qc. .Iv ,. cw? . 3- H , . U 4 V S! e 25 If P Reflecting for Change H 1 3 , l ,ITL 7 ik V ill J id , by "WSJ 4 X 5 K A, xr. , . wp ii 2: 1 ,, r rj . A l ans, 'AJ I, o " 'Q l J ' Y D- .4 I il.- ,ag .. 1.1, Y, DAVIS, JAMES J. South Boston DAVIS, MARY LaCrosse DEBERRY, GLENDA A. Franklin DIXON, MICHAEL Nathalie DODSON, SARAH L. Nottoway DOZIER, STEVEN E. Bedford DRUMGOOLE, PATRICIA McKenney DURANT, LAVITA R. Richmond EASLEY, LEROY S. Fieldale EDWARDS, CHERYL A. West Point EPPS, GEORGE I. Waverly EVERSON, RUTH A. Prince George EWING, DENISE Norfolk FEGGINS, LAFREDA South Hill FERGUSON, SHEILA Danville FIELDS, SHARON Hackensack, N.J. FITZGERALD, PAMELA T Chatham FLOURNOY, VALERIE Richmond GARNER, GREGORY Hattiesburg, Md. GARRETT, CAROLYN Shackleford GEE, JACQUELINE H. Chatham GEE, JOHN R. Keysville GILLIAM, ELSIE Capron GILLISPIE, KEITH Danville GOODE, GREGORY Richmond GOODEN, ROLAND L. Dinwiddie GORDON, REGINA Nashville, Tenn. GRAHAM, DONNA L. Charlottesville GREEN, MATTILYN N. Williamsburg GREENWAY, JOYCE M. Emporia GRIFFIE, VANESSA C. Philadel hia, Penn. . GRIMES, RUTH H. Gloucester HAIRSTON, PAMELA A. Martinsville HAMILTON, WILLIAM L. Staunton HARPER, TYRONE R. Hopewell HARRIS, CHARLES H. Clarksville HARRIS, DOUGLAS Petersburg HARRIS, LATEMA Richmond HARRIS, Peters r WALTER b HARRIS15N, EDWARD Lawrenceville HASLAM, CORLISS M. Philadelphia HAWKES, DENISE Blackstone HAWKINS, FAYE Lawrenceville HAYDEN, MELINDA Floyd HAYES, VERA Newport News HODGE, LINDA Martinsville HOLCOMB, LYNNE Washington, D.C. HOLLAND, WANDA Suffolk HOLDEN, MORRIS Richmond HOLMES, BARBARA Waverly HOLMES, EDNA Middlesex County HOLMES, GEORGE Richmond HOLMES, LORRAINE Richmond HOLMES, MIKE New Kent County Change and Unity ,yi , Mia N . HOPE, HAWTHORNE Hampton HUNTER, ALVIN ki Richmond . , HUNTER, MARVIN .5 I , Ettrick 2, ' . ,, HUTOHINSON, PATRICE A -' h Richmond , ' 5, V JACKSON, HOLLY ,A ,L -vi L , Ashland if "' ' JACKSON, KENYON 5 Yeadon, Pa. JENKINS, SANTINA Lynchburg JEROME, ARNITA ' Washington, D.C. 4 JOHNSON, BERRENDER A ' Williamsburg JOHNSON, ELLA Nassawadox , A, 'HW' JOHNSON, JULIE va K+ , ' ' Richmond W 5? E. fi . 1, W - JOHNSON, MARTETA U ,il Newport News 344 JOHNSON, PATRECEA I , Norfolk '32 " JOHNSON, PATRICIA E I X, I Montross JOHNSON, SARELDA K. ' xr, Colonial Heights , Y, V ' HOLMES, J. RUSSELL K X Richmond n E i I if an -F31 lgb .X 3- fi?- at VS if-saw:-.'r I '-' ' , r y' f I al' Q- , ' - I 1 1 , ,4 l , r, :' f 4 " if-' ' H rg,- .Zi'.-ia: : ,wa fi Lv. L , 11' , nl , I .-U.. ,IL 'H 5 151359 1' ffl! - i -n l'Q..xiik ' 0 JOHNSON, SHERRY V Richmond JOHNSON, STEVEN Monclair, N.J. JOHNSON, TERESA Warrenton JOHNSON, YOLANDA Prince George JONES, BARBARA Richmond JONES, CAROLYN Petersburg JONES, DOLLIE Disputana JONES, LLOYD Buffalo Junction JONES, MILTON Freeman JONES, PAMELA Conway, S.C. JONES, SARAH Buckingham JONES, VALERIE Chesapeake JONES, WANELLE Virginia Beach JOYNER, PATRICIA Newport News JOYNES, EMILY Cape Charles KECK, RANDY H. Washington, D.C, KELLAM, ROBERT Martinsville KELLY, GAIL Emporia KERSEY, PAULINE Richmond KEYS, EDNA Richmond KIRTON, VIKKI Xenia, Ohio KIZZIE, CAROLYN Richmond KNIGHT, GLORIA Carrsville KNIGHT, REGINIA Carrsville LAN GLEY, BETTYE Washington, D.C. LEE, CAROLYN Kinsale LEE, WILLIAM Alexandria LEWIS, BURTON Ashland LEWIS, DEBORAH Washington, D.C. LEWIS, DENNIS Culpeper LEWIS, MILDRED Spotsylvania LEWIS, WILLIAM Warrenton LITTLE, JO ANN Hampton LONG, RANDOLPH Portsmouth LOVETT, NADINE Hampton MACK, AUSTIN JR. New Haven, Conn. MACK, LYNDA Washington, D.C. MANLY, DIANNA Newport News MANNING, DENISE Richmond MARKS, LARRY Ebony MARROW, AGATHA Petersburg MARTIN, CHERYL Lottsburg MARTIN, SHEILA Norfolk MASON, RUBY Courtland MASON, SHIRLEY Newsome MATTHEWS, GAYLE Richmond MAYS, VANESSA West Point MILTON, EVON Norfolk MIMS, WANDA Richmond MINTER, VANESSA Petersburg MOODY, MARILYN Richmond MOORE, JOSEPH Lynchburg MOORE, PHYLLIS Virginia Beach MORGAN, BARBARA Richmond MOORIS, HOLLIS King 8a Queen County MOORIS, NANCY Buckingham MC C LOUGH, MORGAN Plainview MC COY, MAITLAND Clifton Forge MC LEOD, KAREN North Haven, Conn. NELSON, MARLENE Washington, D.C. NEWELL, DARLENE Hartford, Conn. NIXON, FAREN Portsmouth OLIVER, CELESTE Hampton OLIVER, ANNIE Keysville OSBORNE, DEBORAH Danville PAGE, JAMES Washington, D.C. PAIGE, JR. JAMES Callao PANNELL, RONNIE Long Island PARKER, REGINA Dendron PATTERSON, LORETTA Hampton ll I Shucking and Jiving x . if -lxif N.,, 5 -I f dw f ."' .Wifi A 4. I . L, , ' ,' I 1 I ll I 4 O 1 J ' cl l r I 1. .ig I I Q A-In e . 5 'WA Ie X ? ri. ish-.. 'J U X, .552 li ul :iff-i' 'P I 17 .Q- Jia fi .- 4' "5 , , i 7.1-51 fu . I -P if .,,"1'a ' wwf- iz ' Eb Laughing and Crying 1? F -if Q i 3 .5 f I L I xx I' . 1 f , . I .av or , K, ff ,IIE If V1 1 'axe- ,V-if' ,fl -ff' Iii.. ,H-, I, , . ai are f l-A .. ., Sf ,af PERKINS, ROGER Baltimore, Md. PERRY, CORNELIUS Salem PERRY, JACQUELYN South Hill PILSON, JOAN Bassett PRICE, ANITA Charlottesville PRICE, JERROLD Martinsville POLLARD, THEORDORA King 8: Queen County POWELL, MARGARET South Hill QUARLES, CLEO Nathalie RAGLAND, KENNETH Louisa RANDALL, WILLIE Williamsburg RATHER, LORRAINE Burkesville REID, SHELIA Nansemond City RENRICK, SHERRI Hyattsville, Md. RICHARDSON, SHARON Perth Amboy, N.J. ROBERTS, JACQUELINE Chase City ROBINSON, BARRY Petersburg ROBINSON, CECIL New York, N.Y. ROBINSON, DEBORAH Hopewell ROBINSON, MELODY Norfolk ROBINSON, OSCAR Richmond ROBINSON, RAYMOND Richmond ROGERS, ANTHONY Philadelphia, Pa. ROSS, JACQUELINE Fredricksburg ROSS, LIZ Monclair, N.J. WILLIAM, RUFFIN Suffolk ROLARK, ROSS Washington, D.C. SCOTT, NELSON Waverly SHARPE, ROBIN Richmond SHELTON, GEORGE Martinsville SHELTON, MICHAEL Chatham SIMPKINS, BRENDA Camden, N.J. SINGLETON, PARNELL Florence S.C. SLADE, CAROLYN Surr SMITH, ANNIE Newport News SMITH, RITA D. Richmond SMITH, VANITA C. Montpelier SMITH, YVONNE Portsmouth SOLOMON, RAYMOND Waverly SPIVEY, DEBORAH A. Norfolk STEVENSON, BEVERLY Portsmouth STITH, ROSE M. Jarratt STOKES, PAMELA D. Bassett STRACHAN, ERWIN J. Trenton, N.J. STRADER, ERIC Rochester, N .J . STRAND, DAVID M. Accomat TATLOR, MICHELE E. Lynchburg TERELL, MARY R. Orange County THOMAS, FRANKLIN Pittsburg THOMPSON, BRENDA J. New Kent THWEATT, KIMBERLY A. Jamaica, N.Y. TIDEWELL, KEVIN L. Washington, D.C. TOMPKINS, BERYL A. Montrose TOWNSEND, MICHAEL L. Cape Charles TUCKER, WILLIAM H. Halifax TURNER, JACQUELIN Oxonhill, Md. TYLER, DELORES A. Fredericksburg TYNES, CELESTINE S. Smithfield VALENTINE, JACQUELINE Petersburg VENEY, VALERIE V. Colonail Beach WADDELL, PATRICA V. Philadelphia WADE, YOLANDA F. Washington, D.C. WALKER, LARRY D. Burlington, N.J. WALLACE, ANDRE R. Hampton WALLACE, ANTIONETTE E. Charles City WASHINGTON, JAMES Philadelphia, Pa. WASHINGTON, UNEITA E. Richmond WATKINS, CONNIE E. Hampton WATKINS, GARA B. Richmond WATTERSON, JEFFREY B. Philadelphia, Pa. ff km N, V . 4 4 lk yd! in :JL It's Up to Us ? lv, ii ay ll 3? 'Q Q ' Bring About Change fi., , . K lj ' i ' V 1 .ff 'G I Q kj, V , W, " fl. ge ' A . .- Qi , 1 I ,,- .,-, 1 . 3 5 , i A ' 4 ,vp - I . . Y, r . . , an - i wr . ' .1 : 1 W fx -I' . ,Q I x,5.. , .f 'K 1 r 1 M I if 6 'S F' n A af 4 Hhs U V gxlh I .9 -,,,., 'Vkrf fi Philadelphia, Pa. - Petersburg ' Jarrett r lb, f YOUNG, LANITA ' ' Richmond fb... .. .Y -.f . J -' X. , '- ,-at , WRIGHT, JAMITA WYATT, AUDREY WELLS, KEITH C. Richmond WHALEY, KENNETH Wilmington, Del. WHITE, DANNY Washington, D.C. WHITE, DEBORAH Richmond WHITE, FRANCES Hampton WHITE, MILTON Detroit, Mich. WHITE, SANDRA Suffolk WHITE, SHERON Lynchburg WILBER, JAMES New York, N.Y. WILLARD, ALEXANDER Danville WILLIAMS, Petersburg WILLIAMS Petersburg WILLIAMS Waverly WILLIAMS Newport Ne ADRAIN BETTY DOROTHY SHEILA WS WILLIAMS, TECUMSEH Marion, S.C. WILSON, DAVID Lawrenceville WILSON, TANYA Seat Pleasant, Md. WILLIE, RONALD Suffolk WIMBERLY, TONI New Rochelle, N.Y. WOODHOUSE, KEVIN NewYork, N.Y. WOODSON, JEFFREY ALEXANDER, SAMUEL Hampton ALLEN, HAROLD Richmond ALLEN, VICTORIA Petersburg ANDERSON, BARBARA Surry NO PICTURE AVAILABLE ANTHONY, ANDREA Portsmouth ANTHONY, DIANE Newport News ARNOLD, IRIS Cheriton BAKER, MARIE Charlottesville BAKER, RUBY Kenbridge BAUGH, MARILYN Richmond BAZEMORE, PEGGY Newport News BEAMER, GLENDA Galax BELOATE, PAMELA Dinwiddie Young Adults of Today I ,I 2 9'-Nik l I l l is J l f . - -:..rsa.AJ X 1 , NO PICTURE AVAILABLE I " ' 'Tir ig i -v YT LE Challenging, Alert BLOUNT, WILLIAM Smithfield i ' A ' A 3 BROWN, CHARLES, Charles City, BROWN, DEBORAH, Roanokeg BROWN JAY, Chatham, BROWN, MICHAEL, Hampton. BLUE, BENNIS Raleigh, N.C. BOOKER, CAROLYN Dillwyn BOOKER, ROSEMARY Richmond I Q J -lc 'll BOWERS BOWMA BRANCH BOONE A IN Eastville I gl., Norf ERNI Danvi ericksbi , c 3 C and at Times Confused, BROWN, STEVEN Hampton BRYANT, VICKI Newark, N .J. BUTLER, CLAUDETTE Alexandria BURKLATTER, THOMAS 'V' fr 7' bx ,I xl!! Sl35,11'lA-1 A A fr A ' .. 4, Pocahontas BURRELL, JACKSON, Richmond, BURTON, BRUCE, Tap- pahannockg CANEDA, DENISE, Washington, D.C.3 CARR, HOWARD C., JR., Blackstone, CARTER, MARY, Ruther Glen, CARTER, MOZELL, Lancasterg CARTER, PATRICIA, Mar- tinsville, CHANCEY, MILLICENT, Portsmouthg CHESLEY, JOANNE, LaPlata, Md. COLDEN, THORA, Norfolk, COLEMAN, JANET, Hackensack, N.J., COMFORT BEVERLY, Alexandria, COWLING, BERLENA, Suffolk. 2 l 'fa 3 x lf Searching for Answers 1 3 7 'P ,I ' ,W hz Q if I S ii'xwF??lQ 1-L- 'ff ' f""'VA,,,, ,. iv A COX, MILTON, II Portsmouth CRAWLEY, JOHN Petersburg CREWS, RICKY Roanoke DAVIS, MELODY Norfolk l EVANS, LEON JR., Portsmouth, EVANS, WILMA, Jacksonville, Fla.g EVERETT, WILSON, Petersburg, FAIN, GAIL, Raleigh, N.C. E 1 9 DELOATCH, PAMELA, Hampton, DEWITT, Conway, S.C.g DODSON, RUBY, Nottawayg EASON Chesapeake, ECHOLS, LILLIE, Dry Fork, EDMONDS, Suffolk, EL, ORISSA, Richmondg ELEY, BERNICE ELLETT, CHERYL, Richmond. Where There Are None FIELDS, DORIS Henrico FITZERGALD, WANDA Petersburg FREEMAN, ANDRE Lawrenceville FRIPPS, FREDERICK Philadelphia, Pa. fl If , -I, A . J , in fr, FUGGETT, ANTHONY, Baltimore, Md., GALLOWAY, LARRY, Baton Rouge, La., GARY, JOBYNIA, Portsmouth, GREEN, VALERIE, Richmond, GREENE, JOHN, Champlain GREENWAY, JOAN, Emporia, HARDY, BRENDA, Franklin HARGROVES, SHIRL, Richmond, HARRIS, GAIL, Richmond. 4. I vs Q , ,fl , . '21 ' Ili 93 14 ' 'iw ,-YU 5 I 16 ll .5 X 'X HARRISON, MARENE, Emporia, HARVEY, BRENDA, Hampton, HAW BARBARA, Richmond, HAWKINS, BETTYE, Richmond. Striving for a Bright Tomorrow "5 1 I ., Aw," Yi, W , ',' ii -QE. L ii 5. 1117 L , i o i M3115 KELLY, CARMALETA, Covingtong KNIGHT, SANDRA, Crewe, LAND, PATRICIA, Richmond, LAWSON, ELAINE. "'.- - -Qui-,, ' I ' gl 9-0111- HOLMES, LARRY Newton HOLTZCLAW, RAMON Petersbur HOWLEHET, COLLEEN Richmond HUDSON, NAN Hampton ig, in if - gl vi Y' ' , , . "N ' g. " L. A fig. 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V.: , ,Li , ' ink, v - - - - it A- I an I KN w OATH OF ALLEGIANCE I hereby promise to take my stand with other alumni, to do my part in helping to perpetuate and realize all those ideals for which the College stands, to engage actively in support of its program, and to make my life count for much in the service of humanity. This I will endeavor to do, God being my helper. .Tin 3 .1-L -?.?i. E eni. 4 . 'Q gi 53 n Wet, at 3,.f,i,-" if . Soggya L ' - 5 ' gi" ' Yet Still ' '93 Proud! . Y I. I 1882 1974 VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE organizational, ,,, Q Teams csportsx ,w,, W Pan-Hellenic Council fvf Jake Earl, Freddie Santiago, Alvin Hunter, Joyce Hunter, Constance Hill, Taylor, Ricky Crews, Joyce Wilborne, Jeffrey Woodson, Linda Ricks Gail Guynn, John Perkins, Francenia Palmer, Melody Robinson, Gilbert Alvin Flanagan, Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing and unifying body of all the Greek Organizations on campus. It consists of representatives of the local undergraduate chapters Ctogether with associate members representing the graduate chaptersl of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, and Iota Phi Theta fraternities, and the Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta, and Sigma Gamma Rho sororities. Government of these groups is mainly concerned with their activities on the campus particularly with reference to membership, scholarship, social life, etc. Iota Phi Theta X I I t xdryltx .W ig' I . 4 ' iiimil x8g3I 4.4 L--fi 1 .ii 'fx -J' L4 I J.. . n , hx' . Xe -. 1 as ., , , 4 -Q ' ,,,.,5..,..4f , ' Row One: Gilbert Taylor, Derrick Hinton, Conrad Judson. Row Two: Anderson, Jimmie Davis, Alfred Jackson, Leonard Birch, Gary William Harper, Ronald Nelson, Chris Arnold, Roderick Andrews, Walkins, Cecil Collier, Melvin Jackson. Charlie Pruden, Daniel Jackson, Anthony Cosby. Row Three: Carlton rs, , hui IH 1. hi-...H -1 Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. was founded in 1963 at Morgan State College. Eta Chapter was established at Virginia State College in 1970. There are important aspects that the organization is aware of constantly. Two such aspects that the men of Iota Phi Theta stress are: Unity among the Brothers, and a consideration for those who are less fortunate. There have been Iota sponsored recreation programs established at the Harding Street Recreation Center in Petersburg, Virginia, so that the young children may participate in recreational activities. Phi Beta Sigma K, ff' Sam Graham, Stephen Banian, Benjamin Singleton, Stedman Payne. A. Langston Taylor, Leonard Morse, and Charles I. Brown had the initiative and imagination to construct and form a great organization founded January 9, 1914. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity is founded on the principle of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service. After being in existence for only sixty years, Phi Beta Sigma has chapters all over North America, in Europe, and in Africa. Included in the National Program are Bigger and Better Business, Education and Social Action which exemplify the fraternity motto: "Culture for Service and Service for Humanity." Vital to every Sigma is the concept of "struggle for growth to achievement in an atmosphere of camaraderie." Zeta Phi Beta i t 5, A 'x Elaine Robinson, Christine Baker, Yvonne Welch Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., is an organization dedicated to the ideas of Finer Womanhood, Scholarship, and Service, and Sisterly love.It can best obtain these goals through application with other national and local organizations, therefore, Zeta Phi Beta is affiliated with the following groups: National Pan-Hellenic Council, American Council on Human Rights, National Council of Negro Women, National Organization for the Advancement of Colored People, National Council of Organization for the Aging, and Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. mmm! nfl ' 1--fra .. Alpha Kappa Alpha ... ','. f.13:Qg Z!x4a:. U 3 5-iff!-' if' SQL- ' "iff-V ,,, ,.-5-7' ,,-- VF.-I ,gf his-b"'E.gi ,gil Qi! 4.15- YT' Row One Joyce Wxlborne Cynthia Harris, Carmaleta Kelley, Carolyn Lyons, Samuels Connie Hill Bernice Eley, Deborah Osborne, Ruby Dodson. Eason, Row Two Regina Knight Joyce Woolfolk, Valencia Preuitt, Carolyn Boone, Cassell Jordan. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority-defined formally-is a sisterhood of college women sharing the common ideals of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. In 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C. To date, the organization has spread throughout the 50 states, Africa, and the West Indies to include 406 chapters. This year, the Alpha Epsilon Chapter at VSC, established in 1926, sponsored their first "Little Miss AKA". Money rais- ed from the pageant was donated to one of its national targets-Project Sickle Cell Anemia. Among other ac- complishments during the '73-,74 school year are: tutoring at the Baptist Children's Home, providing recreation for the children at Petersburg Training School, beautifying the college campus, and steering the opening of the Sickle Cell Anemia Center which will be located at Memorial Hospital. On the "Hill", Alpha Epsilon prides itself in 43 members. Evelyn Ricks. Row Three Vera Hayes Valerie Flournoy Ellen Dinah Grant, Cheryl Keen Row Four Runia Bailey Arthalla Alpha Phi Alpha Kneeling: Nelson Dallas, Delano Lipscombe, Leon Evans, Kelly Mills, Marshall Wright, Fredric Santiago. Standing: Charles Lewis, Ronald Steele, Chester Adams, Milloyd Wright, Jake Earl, Larry Lewis, Ber- nard Brown, Robert Hunter, Don Young, Wayne Yerby, John Perkins, Willie Irby. THE BLACK AND GOLD RUSH IS ON!! Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.: The first and leading brotherhood of the Ethiopians. Alpha Phi Alpha was the first national fraternity to embrace Black students. Since that time it has become both international and interracial and is composed of over 40,000 strongwilled Alphamen with chapters in 40 states, District of Columbia, British West In- dies, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The year '73-'74 was a good year for the men of APA, their achievements are: A.P. Hill Project, Baptist Children's Home, Sickle Cell Anemia Pro- ject, Cultural Film Festival. The Alphamen have and shall continue to do their damnedest to uphold their motto, "First of all Servant of all We shall Transcend all." ALPHALEUIAHI ! ! I 45' 4-1 3 ,Sm QFD as U E ai -o S ES 'U 1: .EE O IP-4 ui' as Vx av K S I-1 'U Ei. ui' U 5 n- un 1- S I as rv-5 EBI as an 5 ME. EES cr EO +-va".! s: 6' 'T m 32 bD'1E,,Uj 35 2123 15 0 ..- 'C F' as if? ma.: W! ompson, Pa Thompson, d Lewis. Row Three: Terry SE 'LE is E au -E E Us 4-'I Sn? 'CMJ s: mc: 0 ID S-1 o Z O -3.-E 5... mfr! :1 . .Eg 'Sus was oc: 'P'-G 'Sn und TS.. ,291 Q23 5 gs s QS gan- .23 -5-cz. QE U5 -Eu Baa KDE Q.. o .QQ 'fin-3 N .EL 9-1 Quo ld 0.2 on o .Sun a public serv r is 'U r-4 G3 B O 4-v .M SIS W0 .5 .-Q is E2 23 52 .203 mb. 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The rsity on Ja GJ .Z s: ID os C1 at India with over 40,000 IS ack fraternity, has 122 undergraduate chapte Ill CQ 43 U2 Q3 bb U-4 B F14 Q3 .CI -4-7 6 C2 I-4 3' 'E GJ 4-7 on F-l Cru 'Fl U1 O-1 on .-CI The Kappa Alp .-Q E cu E Pershing Rifles i113 mums! iii ffl... r HU faq g 5 r g "1 , P is 1 :maxim lilimmmmui 'Q ndnmlllll'-,i 1. James Whisonant, Lorenzo Morgan, Thomas Franklin, James Paige, Knight, Carlton Harris, fNot shown: Donald Ferguson, Colonel Bowe, Miguel Arrieta, Clifton Hawkes, Kenneth Pettigrew, Jerome Newsome, Charles Simms, Joseph Johnson, Michael Dixon.J Lynwood Robinson, Marvin Robertson, Gary Pinkard, Milton Reid, Andre Pershing Rifles is a National Military Society, primarily for students in the basic course but with officers selected from the advanced cadets. Its purpose is to provide a fraternal organization and additional training for those students in- terested in Military Science and to provide a high standard of military precision and efficiency for the R.O.T.C. A par- ticular specialty of Pershing Rifles is precision and trick drill. Such activities are conducted on the campus and it meets with other colleges and universities. Basic cadets in good standing in the R.O.T.C. who meet the requirements of the local organization are eligible for membership on a competitive basis. 106 aw Pershing Angels .x i .Qi Uv fg,-yn? Jacqueline Gee, Santina Jenkinsy Beryl Tompkins, Edna Carter, Verlia Duke, Denise Hawkes. In Tree: Renee Ad8l11S, Mattie Bowe- The Virginia State College Pershing Angels Sorority was first organized in the Spring of 1971 under the guidance of Captain Daryl Broussard. A group of 34 young ladies, eager to join a refreshing new sorority worked diligently and sacrific- ed long hours of precious time to pledge Pershing Angels. These young ladies were drawn together under a common bond and strived for sisterhood. The Pershing Angel Sorority received its trademark name from a General in World War I, General John J. Pershing. The sorority colors are royal blue and white. The sorority flower is the white rose. We have brothers and sisters on college campuses throughout the United States. Sisters and brothers with whom we are affiliated are Morgan State, Norfolk State, ASLT, and Hampton Institute. The Drill Team which comprises only a portion of the PIA sisters has performed in various parades and in drill com- petition throughout the Eastern Coast. The team was awarded two second place trophies for their precision in trick drill. 'X X ' AQIY ,A X . i - r ff ' te College cam- CU -as CD Cl C5 bb :- O 2 aa -C-4' 4-7 C1 0 'U as 'C C2 5 Q9 cn G 3 ci C F11 .EZ '51 3 2 Ill an Pia 73 o O cn an 7 O O I-4 C5 LE D-4 an 5 O o Fl C5 nual an all also CS witness spring ove. Each ove Phi Gro O F4 L5 56-4 O rn 4-7 5-1 ou cu -C -1-9 as cn 3 cn 'U Ca W an 40 no 2 .E ao -Cl 4-J 'U Q G ss on Phi on ack, Jackie Scott, Bonita Fitzgerald. M ta ,Ani h Smith dit mela Deloatch, Mrs. E Pa Brenda Roane, -Cl O T-4 eu CD VJ .E as F-4 as o -E 3 Cl GJ E! o 3 .M o L' DJ Q-1 o 'C aw U1 o Q- E o O .2 1. - 'ua :D 'FW CI C N Z as -E -4-1 cn Q E .5 I-1 O tl Q .Q cf O T3 ul .5 :: G5 BD I-1 o E -5 O CD C O z LE O-1 C O z 0 .-C1 5- g, they are openminded and liberal in judgement, towards all forms of social unity for so doin sisterhood. In and E CI D Q-4 O ual. id div in ell-rounded W H of t CII elopm the dev cn GJ I-1 v-4 QD CD ---1 C ade and S 9 11' i squ H0 visorl. binson, S. J. Williams, fad isRo Moore, Lew ES Archie Coles, Richard Bell, Jam Woods, Kenneth Cashwell, Joseph Moore, ey cCoy, Dew ael Hall, LaSalle M Mich DeBerry, Charles all James, Michael Eley, nd per, Ra 00 eC Purnell Thomas, Freddi Dolly Richards, Beverly Blair, Charlotte Coger, ggs, Sandra Mitchell ri Joan Jackson, Valerie B G7 .si 'as :s QM Q".-r W 2:6 F-4 Sch' I-E 41.9. 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Li"'7,f , V -sy,-Eh, r 7 ff., l 'fe- M' ht M' E ... -' ,, Q .Tiff MOIJDIS PHI MODDIS FRATORORITY 15 1 ' luis now spread Io three other ' ' munity College. and Virginia uuionakge incluclt-rl adopting national colors of orange green, Wsgizitiiiiieil seal. l'nrler the TRO-IAN lmnner, Alpha chapter mc-mhers ,. 1 ,juyets ol' leadership and ac-tivit ies on campus. lt boasts ol'memlJe1's in 1. . ' lll'gI2ll'llZllllUl1S--Clflllll major. Homecoming f'ommitlee chairman. most V vollc-gialsi 'ports teams. cheering squad. Choir and other clubs from SUPI' to , A Vhess Cl - mlus Miss YSC' and Court. Directed by their competent officers: Marvin ' vp . - 'l':iyIor. p dent: Thomas Franklin, vice-presidentl Audrey Parham, secretary: and ,J ' 1 linger l-lol man. trqgigurer. t V oildises had u most successl'ul year . . . ilooding! X'SCLwit hoolsi1li'lt,,Blaic-lc, id l'nity. MIIJM will never cease . . .PEACHES ,Q ..'. :I5 Q ,R V ll lj Q 1 1 , .4 e" I Q , .lf. 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Row Four: Douglas Harris, Barbara Simms, Melvin Porter, Stanford Bowman, Don Young. Row Five: Delores Hagwood, Howard Green, Jennifer Powell, Leonard Alexander, John Parker, Patty Scott. The Student Christian Association at VSC is a combination of the two nationally known YMCA and YWCA. The programs of this organization are designed to be non-denominational, yet of interest to all faiths. The purpose of the group is to serve their fellow men on the campus, in the nation, and throughout the world with help and guidance of Christ. 6' l I 6 1-ich shi: W I-lo UQ W r-s O er- D' CD v-4 rn 99 'CS D- EQ UQ CD as er- CD v-s rn Wilson, oltzclaw, David H OD In elvin Porter, Ra o:M w'Tw gina Parker. Ro Anderson, Re ter, Shelia Car r Wiggins, Delores hu Art e 'l'ownsend, 611 Randolph, Arl rn ..- C2 GS '1 cu E: o a E3 Jesse Washington, Waymon Adams, Randolph Harrison, Steven Johnson, James LaSalle Lewis, Alvera Stewart, yn Don Young, Avis Jenkins, Joyce Woolfolk, Gw ell Norr Washington, Willard Allen, Calvin Moore, Clyde Thrower, David Hamilton, Franklin Jackie Roberts, Termon andridge, Darlene D cCoy, Deborah Brown, Carol Moore, M ell. UII' as, Jackson B II! Tho nda Tucker, Li Mildred odson, Carleen Beamon, Cynthia Pinchback, Minor, Ruby D Big Brothers and Big Sisters were Separate organizations before January 1973. They merged to create a concerted ef- to their adjustment in ts 611 n stud aids freshma d all es for vid I0 P am. This program gl' tation pro an orien the freshm CI nl-1 -4-1 I-r Q2 ai Q-1 nl-l -1 Q3 bb GJ v-1 u-4 O Q I Phelta Thi ' W MSX. ,snug si X A. F I T-. f M I I .V ' l El, IP 5, Q 0 T 'X 1 M.. 1 9, 73 ?5,eY' ,g N G. Frank "Fly" Bland, Bryan "Burd" Burwell, Troy "Sugar Bear" Fobbs, Jeff "Dr. J." Lasley, Hughes "Relatively Calm" CRCJ Petteway, Jr., Alton "Wildrnan" Drayton. A Deep in the Valley of Love, long ago came a hand, a powerful Black Hand. This hand roamed The Valley far and wide, seeking The Almightly-Thigh!! The initial meeting of these two powerful forces brought about the birth of the Fellowship of Felta Feelers, known world wide as I PHELTA THI Fraternity. I PHELTA THI started on Oct. 25, 1973 on the Va. State College Campus by five freshmen men who decided that the campus was in need of a totally together organization. The Brothers created a motto which is indicative of the organization, "It's better than no ASSATOLT And it's pur- pose is to get all you can in one hand." Synchronized Swim Club President: Linda "Jap" Person, Secretary: Ora Stanton, Reporters: Wright Stanton and Elizabeth Kinch. This club has given water shows and participated in intramural competitive swimming. It has been in existence for two and one-half years. The membership is approximately twelve students and it is still growing. Pre-Medical Society "1 I Sitting: Reginald Alston, Robert Hunter, Mary Burke, Sharleen Mead, Monica Banks. Standing: Sharleen Wilson, Cassell Jor- dan, Gwendolyn Batts, Gilda Hill, Micheal Chavis, Spence Ward. The Pre-Medical Congress is an organization of students interested in careers of a medical nature. The objectives of the organization are to inform the students of the health career opportunitiesg to acquaint them with many of the medical and dental schools, programs, and facilities as well as to assist them in the preparatory phases before entering a desired field. Due to the lack of sufficient personnel in the health professions, this organization hopes to inspire as well as motivate all interested individuals to pursue a health career. OFFICERS: Cassell Jordan, secretary, Spence Ward, presidentg Robert Hunter, Treasurerg Micheal Williamson, vice-president Knot shownl. ir? ,, W Swv i ll 1, W, -,.- W, .W ul' 1 ' .u ' L.. .. 5 s . Beta Beta Beta W s 'gif Qi V. 1,,.L,,ff'if NX--v- J, 5:4 M C0- Martin wis Le age, Mr. Turn is Curt an, Dr. Bowm rt Hunter, Stanford Robe sponsor, Mrs. Evelyn Jemison-sponsor, Dr. Bernard Woodson, Marian Greenberg, OSE P gl society for as an honor and professional OII Society shall be to functi 0l'l0I' a Biological H et Beta B eta B of pose 111' The p Q0 o.:: .-4.9 'pu-1 No .Blow +5-as Q5 gfc .15 'Em vs go .EE Sm +-'sz '52 M. 17:3 md-3 32 ,QCA of-1 U23 5.5 QD 55 -QC! .EE Em +9 Em gi Qi aan" E,,"6' ...G 3.2 FSE? GJ .DE Ii IT! N 4:3 "1.i'2 21 ...,,, -6-7 .EVE '62 550 35 '-'2 gn. 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COIIIIII ding l'1'0llI'1 811 welfare of the Q9 .cz 'J-7 ill 53. 5 49 G n 'EE 0 ui E 4-T CJ 1: c: G III! B alll O 8 History and Social Studies Club "1 ! Harold Yuille, Stephen Banian, Stedman Payne, Alvin Hunter, Alvin Flanagan, Robert Clark, Charles Hungerford. Knowledge is one of the greatest assets in American civilization. But to be effective, it must not only be applied, but applied logically, scientifically, and realistically. This is true in all subjects but emphatically true in history and social studies. By scientifically presenting causes and consequences of past situations, the history and social studies teachers prepare their students to view present situations, objectively and to scientifically prognosticate future occurrences. These are things which the "new" History and Social Studies Club of Virginia State College wishes to achieve in the present and the near future. The Mathematics Club for a photo. Faculty of the Math Department and students of the Mathematics Club take time out from their meeting to pose The Walter Johnson Mathematics Club, named for the purpose of stimulating more interest in the study of classes. IT! Q E I-1 8 CD .cz 'JJ .E -of O ul-1 -cs 2 43 V2 Ps : CB :1 U1 :S VJ O III! Q. O 4-5 GD .cz -6-7 -cs a: ject to areas beyo of the sub O UD 'U 2 3 O Q At GJ .I +: UD G :III G CD 15 U5 O H JD 13 C M m .2 +: cu E 21' 43 E subject. 6 th t interest in E3 itgr exhib ts and teachers who en stud EI and oth IS ajo ID ll consists of a .9 Fi U2 I-1 an J: E as E aa J: P' w CU J: he club recently t resentations, and ngs, socials, scholarly p outi l HHHUH the club include of activities Some their respective classifications. majors in to esented awards pf 5. :O 'boo 3 Z . O O 1 ' ' ' C O 50" 5 v r I . 2 A 4 , 0 5 o 5 r L ' , Q Q M '74 12.15324 Kappa 'und ff I I w ,. N , . 3 1 i Chl 'aj 4i.aj' I-Big? I f QW 1 '-rX7-vvPSKSN9-XSSSSQEQXXXXNYRXNNXXXXSKP N V Wf 7 ' so if i f Y 1 This Society is a member of the National Association of College Honor Societies. Election to membership into the Society means recognition of the pursuit of knowledge and achievements by a scholar. The following sciences represent the fields of activity in which one must have shown noteworthy achievement in order to be considered for membership in the Society: mathematics, physics, chemistry, geology, biology, experimental and clinical psychology, and anthropology. IDFQOJE I- .41 SGC 52153 -git! . .. ... 1' CB Q-It :1 fr-N-.v if Alpha Mu Gamma Roger Gregory, Walter Kindred, Dr. Julia Y. Lee, Dr. Susanna Hernandez. The purposes of the Society are: to recognize superior academic achievement in foreign languages, literatures, and civilizationsg and to further the ideals of international friendship among other peoples. The Alpha Nu Chapter was established at Virginia State College in 1958. Each year, students who have had two semesters in a same foreign language and received two A's and have a grade point average of 2.5 or more, are induced to become full members. Interested faculty and outstanding personalities of the college community are invited to become facul- ty or honorary members. Presently, there are some fifty members of all the three categories of membership on the campus who are dedicated to the continued strengthening of International understanding and brotherhood. s I 11 -. Advisors to the Vets Club, Donald Kinkle and Filrnore Martin, Jr. 33" gi " e121 4 l W5 ,i.Q-zz.-fi! - 4-awful-'.f 1 it-fj3W:'L5:' - ,E ', 4'1" F. 1 ' , '. ' .hid . W V. V kj L, x,,, 4 ,Q . .wk , 4, my-3 " i '-'MPT V ' V r v--':+ ' . - ' '-113.37 -' '- - 1+-fir' F 1 ffee-wmesxz-wwf-fssf?1??+?e?lq -pf' , -. - gf, g J V - :. ,f , . ..,x.,.g,.g:,,.nN,g,79vs:f , , K 4 L , , Mn QWE4., 3 gi' 2-11. get-K' A X it ,,., . . Vets of State W' i Offlcers of the Vets Club. Shirley Laval vice presidentg Otis M. Mitchell, secrete treasurerg Alfred Johnson, president. H. t. Uiiu v 75511 ' 1- im, .,-,l f .-,, .L K f-'F i- tha Marrow, Alfreda Volley, Joyce Greenway, Sarah Dodson, Ophelia Logan, der Fauntleroy, Evelyn Jeter, Eleanor Bagley, Barbara Mason, Rhonda Aga Glin Daughtery. CD CD O v-1 CD. e+ 93 23. Fi. IP D- E. E. rn ev- v-1 99 S5 O C5 S2 G CT' ers of The Offlc S rn -Q -4-1 -2 -as C I3 .2 m EI -2 I-4 O Q .5 2 2 0 .Q E Q E YI' Q' fo-4 O O U .2 -Q D lil o CI O as Q F-1 43 .2 .E E! 'U Q: Ts' 'z N -43 0 I-1 D 0 CD GJ -CI E' cz O Q. U2 GJ -cs 0 ID O Q. S htery, assis- US yg Rhonda Da al' Dodson, vice-presidentg Evelyn Jeter, secret -Cl M x-4 C5 CD elia Logan, presidentg .-C1 Q.. O club are the tha Marrow, treasurer. ga secretaryg A nt ta sz: .2 43 CU Q O 'cs -cs Q as -+5 GJ Qc U2 GS .Q YD as E5 Homecommg parade, candy sales, Christ as the U1 0 -1-1 43 .-a P .1-I -43 D d in such a pate url .2 ti as Q. ID as .cz .Q Q l1l O 0 .Q B Africa. st ctims in We 's GJ .S s .2 2- 0 .-CI O '63 CD z E O 43 American Guild of Organists Wilhemina Lewis Carter, presidentg Miriam Carter, vice-presidentg Anita Price, secretary, Mamie Maye, assistant secretaryg George Tandy, treasurer, Dexter Allgoodg Richard Blankenship, Mr. Clarence Whiteman, adviser. The purpose of the American Guild of Organists is to advance the status of church organistsg to increase their appreciation of their respon- sibilities, duties, and opportunities as conductors of worship. Its standards are to raise efficiency of organists by examinations in organ playing, in the theory of music, and in general musical knowledge. Finally, its purpose is for meeting, for the discussion of professional topics, and to do other such lawful things as are incidental to the purposes of the Guild. ' -ZTTI'-:..,E n," '- Q I ' "gl: ., T s i 1 1. .aan .-null! --jfs g K l ' ."' - v , g . Arif? ,422 N' ,I , . 9 W i , "ll f. V ' r .. .' 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I l' Q., ill- A, -td. xy' 4' ZL, -4-- ' lf':-1,4-,"E ' ,' ' 'Z " 1 ' r - - 1 f rf ' .' W 2' E , 448 , ,7'f ., ' T , 1 4, 3' .1 . . ' 'lf - . 4 ' '1 A . , ' ., .'7f45" f " . . uf 1 . L w f J J " " R' Dr. Carl Harris, Conductor Deborah Kennard, Carolyn Kizzie, Pamela Motley, Barbara Combs, Helen White, Trevor Curtis, Vivian Scruggs, Janet Coleman, Diane Briggs, Debra Blow, Carol Moore, Kim Long, Miriam Carter, Judith Spears, Wanda Siler, Mildred Lewis, Karen Outerbridge, Sylvia Reid, Deborah Walker, Anita Price, Valerie Smith, Vanessa Green, - f-- ,, ..-oz.-Y' Valerie Dale, Linda Anderson, Carol Simms, Thomas Franklin, Ber nard Brown, Samuel Alexander, Namon Elliot, Everette Relaford, George Tandy, John Tucker, Haywood McCallum, Roger Holliman, William Myers, Jr., Kevin Douglas, Jerome Evans, Derek Berrian, Howard Carr. Concert Choir The Virginia State College Concert Choir is one of the oldest organizations on the campus, and still retains its original educational purposes of promoting music appreciation and of train- ing future teachers and choral directors. However, the members are proud that, through the years, this purpose has been accompanied by a professional performance level that has earned the singers a reputation as one of the outstanding college choirs in the country. Their repertory includes works from all eras of music history, and the group takes pride in their ability to interpret music of all periods and styles with sympathetic understanding. In past years, the Concert Choir has made annual tours to northern and southern states along the Eastern seaboard. Rapport within the group is evident, as is the admiration of the group for their director. The recurring comments from listeners of the Concert Choir's apparent enthusiasm and pleasure in performing is perhaps a clue to their achievements, and if, indeed, music is the un- iversal language, that language cannot be spoken more clearly or more beautifully than by this dedicated group of young people. fi .Emi .l . Mira' -f..- -LL x , . ex 1'--,m:., - v. Trp-4535, -4' Qf'gim.3,a,g,,5,5g1 X - 1. ia.: CU The Art Club has been involved in the problems of the Art Department as well as in providing a stimulating pivot point for creative students on campus. Under the leadership of Samuel Alex- ander, and with the efforts of Essordora Brown, the majors protested the inadequate facilities in the department. An art studio had been taken from the department and made into a reading room. After letters, petitions, and conferences, a verbal commitment to return the room was secured from President Russell. Other ac- tivities of this year include plans for a newsletter, annual lawn shows, a bi-weekly nostalgic series, a Homecoming car, and the an- nual Halloween Magic and Horror Show. Members of the Club pictured above are: Howard Green, Essordora Brown, Samuel Alexander, Robert Cox, Jacqueline Long, and Arthur Copeland. Whiting Hall Cabinet Seated: Judith Scott. Standing: Linda Ricks, Bernice Eley, Cynthia Savage, Pauline Fowlkes. The Whiting Hall Cabinet consists of officers in Whiting Hall who organize and plan activities for Senior women. They also serve as the governing body in the dormitory. Alpha Phi Omega 1 -'-eff-"' X Mau. ACDQ Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity was founded on Dec. 16, 1925 on the campus of Lafayette College. Since it's inception, Alpha Phi Omega has been one of the most persistent service oriented organizations on college campuses. It is un- ique in being a true fraternity not only in fellowship, but also in inclusive membership, respecting each man's right to be proud of his race, color, or creed. The coming of Alpha Phi Omega to V.S.C. was brought about by five young men who wanted to do something for the college community. The five men were join- ed by twenty other men to form the charter line of Alpha Phi Omega at V.S.C. The pre- sent membership includes: Reginald Alston, lst Vice-Presidentg Kenneth Browng Steve Dozierg John Geeg Gregory Goodeg John Greeneg Michael Holmesg Cur- tis Holt, 2nd Vice-Presidentg Burton Lewisg Dennis Lewisg Joel Lylesg Dale McCullough: Robert Onlyg Melvin Porterg William Ruffin, Presidentg George Sheltong Clifton Sladeg David Strandg Roland Terrellg Fitz Turnerg Alger Warreng Larry yvliiteg Michael Williamsong Frederick i is. was gig '-- l in fi, tg, ri X' t , , :ia P: 6 ' If' b ' ,. O Ai rf'- .if x 5 J-7: we pgs A L If I 'V 'N' L. , . R ' Ev . ' lk. U i JI, .V A - - ' ' . .1 li A -vm vii Chess Club Seated: Gregory Morris, Wayne "Box" Mooring, Kevin Titwell, Joyce Wilborn, Allen Bartow. Standing: James Wynn, Bernice Brickhouse, Walter Kindred, James Drew, Leonard Alexander, Carlton Chase, William Scott, Charles Hungerford, "Psycho". 5' Jig Leonard Alexander, VSC champion, relentlessly stalks his Officers: Leonard Alexander, president, Walter Kindred, vice victims. president, Bernice Brickhouse, secretary. Executive Council Gregory Morris, Kevin Titwell, Carlton Chase. 1 'a 'Hr . zur.. Members of the Chess Club rocket into the Space Age mastering the basics of Three Dimen- sional Chess. 4 ,W ""' ---W - - - il ---- 11 I- -W--Y -1-.iw , W, 1 l' i' 'W H. 'KQV Y Y Y' .. . m 'W WW A ' ' .T ' L i JJ 'Q ff Ji ' . ,, s ' ' ' i ' . 1 - 1 , . ' . ' 6' -is---v ,. N le ' is 4. .. .. 5 Y 2 1- 1 Q " il , 4 , 1' 1 - V3 .- - I ' 'I '- -s fi L' f . .ff J I 1 - r 2 f 2 ,A ' 'S fy. -.L X S 5 x . I A X Q I I in 'eb . X 's V vi in A f . A A .N L s- . - - -. . Row One: T. Williams, R. Caul, R. Jones, C. Amold, H. Hathaway, J Dugger, J. Davis, M. Wood, M. Hayes, R. Harris, W. Harper, J. Pearson. Row Two: O. Paynter, W. Dunn, V. Cross, L. Robinson, G. Brewer, R. Bowers, D. Branch, D. Wilson, G. Sessoms. Row Three: C. McDonald, K Sales, S. Orange, D. Couch, N. James, C. Taliaferro, H. Lewis, D 1: .ff-f 'Cum'- Thweatt. Row Four: C. Daniels, Benjamin, C. Yates, Whiting, Kendrick, W. Berry, R. Diggs, Morris. Row Five: R. Colley, S. Seaton, C. Burton, M. Mitchell, S. Barksdale, W. Conway, S. Lewis, C. Hobson, Mosley, R. Lillie. Row Six: R. Love, M. Smith, C. Edwards, P. Bowers, M. Washington, K. Dickens, Johnson. 1 5 1. ,dl-f . A l ' J '! Q . MIGHTY UTROJAN WALL" STIFLES ANOTHER QUARTERBACK AGAINST NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL Trojan Football "73" n-5 , .. .. 1 A M rf . .., wifkim"lll i ' ' BULL DOZING. A Hampton Quarterback feels the wrath of our superb Defense led by Joe Pearson and Co. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. 1973 FOOTBALL SEASON Delaware State Elizabeth City St. Paul's College Howard University N.C. Central Tennessee State Hampton Institute Virginia Union University Norfolk State Morgan State VS C' OPP 21 0 7 9 26 6 20 41 23 2 6 24 10 0 0 39 16 O 6 39 J 'x 5 I L ' f- , , .. . A -jg?-N' VSC Running Backs in Action BUS-ON-BACK: Naury "Bushead" Wood grounds out crucial yardage r ' Olin- ' , 3 ilila 1 www., . If ...... I 5,9 .Xi gsm, iii! I-QI , to 'f ' 0 BOOGIE DOWN. Bo Jones is more than happy to "SLIDE" for any type of gain he can. JAMES DUGGER all conference end doing what comes natural 'Tx E1 .'i',.g ,, 'L' ' P ig. .,l, A it Sl' 'QE' 5 31, M V Q It - n ..! ' N ' 4. ...N .egg 4. , gh-3. Alright! Alright! I confess! It was me who switched all of the locks in the lockeroom. .Ihr The Famous "PIT" where many a great play is made. 2 Jone and Dunn Keep Trojans Jumping V Fig 2 'W- -av ' 1 1 4. Q wii'-1fG-ga., -W - , sf x . .-.Q L ' ' ,X .5 . 735 1 IJ- K ' . 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D"-H' ' ,o-. . wi 1. .X V' , ,',v- '-V' V V .ix v, L V .X xx. , - 1,1 L . -yi X "'fE5. 2-5 5 :.1x-Akira. U 230 , Q, . , 54.13, K i.-y. 'F - Qin A. Coach "Pete" Bennett -is e1t 3 sf " QRXXNG S et as Coach William "Pete" Bennett, having to fill the shoes of Coach Walt Lovett, and having to remold the "Love Machine" into "Bennett's Raiders", had a very good year, considering. Bennett made his team well disciplined and had the best defense in the CIAA, allowing only 60 yards per game. Coach Bennett deserves much praise as his team rose to the oc- casion to upset a few other coaches. Against NCCU, Bennett's raiders won 23-2. His most courageous effort was against the nation's number one small college, Tennessee State, where the Trojans had a 6-3 lead with less than five minutes left to play, only to lose on fumbles and bad plays. We, the 1973-1974 TROJAN, salute Coach Bennett and as he steps down from football to concentrate on track, let us be inspired by such a great sportsman as Coach "Pete" Bennett. , .- 1 . V 1,7 pl, Q J -Q ?,3, ! . ,L y. xl: - , l 5 i , , Q r 1 A . . .,,.,,.M ,,-,, 'gi' A. ,E . ,f'f,'. -Q31 , 'V . 6 '., lu- 1. ,tif-YN ' -' Q' 4 A-.J " . 90. .C I .. 4 6 ' 'mf' 's 4 ' ' in 1 -9 x 'Q fb " gh lg , -I f -A . s ,,-.1 , -' -,-Ski.. 1 ,.,f:l- I :V " ' K t iv t iv.. Qi Ii- .fir ' s. ,- X: L 'NJ . w u" ' ' 5 ' K-1 'C ' 5 4 S 0 fx... - .-- rm -3- Q ,X 'V 1 f u I A C Q M, 4 I 5 ' A ' 1'7" . ' Z " . '-'-1. ik-"'tf?2'E jf ,Lee.4..i -4. . , - , , ..-e,....fe ,-, ,. X. .4 ' si." f- ' - " 5.-. ' .gy ' , -1 , . ' f-wing W-fi!! 5.3.3 3 5' 5 ' I " . f ' ' '2 - ' ' Y s w, ' ' A - SES si? r gh ! -A" 4-gg w . " f-5, , , J'-- ff .R f , ,, 5 , ...W - , . Wi.. ,wr . yr. TJ! s - u.. , 1 M 1? , -,-.-, .. ? it A im . 1 M .. J f,hrP'-151, . " f-V Y , "' ,. 7 ' '44-"""V-4 5 W-Q4,,:'. ' ,G K ' Q ve N 'V Y -I ,- A-5 I. 3 2 T553 i . ,... wi r, M gig , mx v- X Stewart Orange sweeps for a short gain against Howard University. . 'dk 'F '?'.l in ' " ,Zn. , -gf coasts to another victory. ,g .A 1.5. .. if Y-V-'iz'-' 'N ww wfsaaivd A. - 'J 1 ' '-if-'ww V- . V A ' " ' '.- sie. iff" if-5ft"":wX-'lf-F' ' 4, , . . - ' - YL...:Jf".b4o'...T1. V W. .gf ..,.,- - ' -' ' 1 'ifiviaf The Trojan men huddle to sing of that victory strategy. ..xr- EASY AS PIE James Dugger makes superb one-handed grab in against Howard University. At Right: Glenn Sessoms rests as the 'Vai 'F 1 tf'1 . ,,f.:f'5q 'if' ' TF I' f fl' The Crunch Bunch Q 4 8 ' Q ' x U ' fs'-Ni W ' X l A N 9 ' r ' W V ..h. P' V W " E of 'w Za h n, QP- v '- A- si' 1 Q" 5:25131 "GN: ,--I 'aa Above: The incomparable Crunch Bunch prepare to stifle yet another offensive threat at Hampton Institute. 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Y, QA. ,V "I gottcha!" shouts number 22 of Tennessee State, but VSC's number 27 echoed him when he followed up with a blazing bone crunching tackle. As we well remember, Tennessee won by a lop- sided 24 to 6. I4 The 1973-'74 VSC Basketball Team fit' ' 3 51 L . 3 df , ny .lj ,Q Y. No" - xfQ V ,hr RR SN .LF V 1 r ' D .-rr-. I , an. ,- Left to Right: M. Lundy, S. Edward, L. Jones, F. Morton, R. Trent, N. M. Coleman, M. Robinson. Kneeling: M. Coles, Coach Deane Moore, E. Martin, L. Johnson, J. Board, W. Lee, L. Galloway, R. Whiting, ' 'N Q Y I I Larry "Baton Rouge" Galloway goes up for two points against St. Paul's College. 2 Above: All CIAA center Linwood Johnson attempts to block shot by a Randolph Macon player. Upper right comer: Larry Galloway scoops one in against Fayetteville. Lower right comer: Mike Coleman puts his hand on a Norfolk State ballplayer's shot. fats I5 Cagemen Have Best Season Ever As They Rocket to a 22-8 Record ALL CIAA, VCAA, NAIA, ALL STATE, ALL DISTRICT, Linwood Johnson will be missed. Sylvester Robinson, guard, provided the hustle all season as he controlled the Trojans' floor action. Little, leaping, Milton Lundy led in the Assist Department , Frank Morton proved to be the most im- proved player on the 1973-1974 team as he led the Trojans through many hard-fought battles. Linwood Johnson: All-Around Man .Q -" 5' ZffQ..g1ys:'fHwg . , Q ' ' ' ' 'f,,,"""'r ll' I ' - M' SP . ,,, Q I M M32 1:11. . g 1 rf Wg .. . Y, , massages . 3-,:.,ij'f'i L-31" --" L 5' ' ' .,-' 'ji -I K , - 1 , " ff Lg-1 . , -qffaf ,' 11:- p.fH L' -X .V . ' ' ' " 'lr' '- if X 3 H' - 3i'?'.4.f!-Biz?-Ri E ,, -4-. . - -. 1 ' .has .- . - .--W ' - iEu.Li?T1.'E!E: ':':!4'gQY3 Linwood Johnson, the 6'8" senior from Montross, Virginia was named to the all CIAA team for the second year in a row. He was named to all-NAIA and VCAA teams, also. Last year, Johnson led VSC to a 15-10 record with a 19.0 points per game average and a 12 rebounds per game average. This year Linwood averaged slightly over twenty-four points per game and 14 rebounds a game. We also finished 22-8, bowing out in NAIA Tournament play in Kansas City, Missouri. We, the staff of THE TROJAN wish to congratulate Linwood for his honors and thank him on behalf of the school for his hard work and determination. Good Luck "Woody," Excitement High As Ffxyfsi' A 33" A 1 Johnson and hiting Lead Trojans to AIA and CIAA Tournaments 5 ' M-F131 lil-'fi-'1E!5fji5j:.:i-is '.1f?"?,- ii .,,1. .ijifiizj 54. 1g:,'jnp',-s1'3i13,Ieigfg5 ' 1 1,5 X W .. A -fp. it K'-mf 'W ,. 'A A . f if? - ' A " 2,.ffi.::f-'5'1f:2'iE'?:i':.I -, if I :ri 'Q J' o, -. ' 1Ejf?"1L-ifoj:T37E',r5 T 33 'lim WI!! Af' 1- ., 1 Y fl MHKXK Q" T- , EE V 'Z .. ' '. . ' z U V ' J It 1-1lfT',7i5' u in , 3A 6".W V If ' wg , g , .T gr,n ,3g,g l 1 3 '04G?k.5+ t -- A i g . vjtf.AG,.v -A . , V 'Q ,. -f ' .5 y ,XS 1 Q, . I 'f ' ' ., 1:3 'VC - ".4 'jx Q f' A 1 ' "f A .ff t "' 4' 1' ' T 1 ,. r .mf ' i e Q' ,vii .gags lp' . Ng pox-ffivi . - "You might get it the next time, Chump! " exclaims the mighty Johnson to one of Saint Paul's men. The might of Whiting flashes through as he captures another rebound it I Y' Frank Morton flashed by an undisturbed Norfolk State player as he attempts to score in a hard fought game won by Norfolk State. 1 Q yi .5 -, .N , is-. "ku Left: Doward Tisdol leaps high to score against Norfolk State College Above: Linwood Johnson fires up a one and one situation in Greensboro N.C. T' ,gin Hang 'em high!" yells Frank Morton as he hoops two. Frank Morton goes up for an easy lay-up as the Mighty Trojans meet the Norfolk State Spartans. .4-I1"'f,-': ,edt af V '19 The struggle for power and domination provided the incentive for one of the greatest seasons in Trojan basketball history. Above, students join together in singing the Black National Anthem. Coach Harold Deane, CIAA Coach of the Year '45- To coach Harold A. Deane, 1974 CIAA coach of the year, who is sometimes referred to as a haberdasher's dream by his attire on the court, the sport of basket- ball has become his life. This attitude is reflected by his exuberance and enthusiasm on the playing court and his efforts in preparation. In his five years on the "Hill" Deane has turned a hopeless basketball program into a small college powerhouse. In 3 years, upon being named head coach in 1969, Deane turned a 7-17 team into a respectable 14-12 squad that was tournament bound. For this feat he received his first coach of the year honor in 1972. The 22-8 team of this year will go in the books as one of the best efforts ever at Virginia State. This team showed class and style in winning the Fort Eustis and NAIA District 29 tournaments and ending their brilliant season with a heart- breaking 4 point loss at the NAIA Nationals in Kansas City. Next year should be interesting and very challenging to Deane with the big guns leaving due to graduation. They will be young and inexperienced, and might not achieve as much as this year's squad. But, "Keep the faith" Harold, you've done it before, so do it again! Coach Deane at Work f"'lXQ's- '59 Qi- , ' -M Bb' tr 1 !.f""!::' .Q .I ' Intent, purpose, and sincerity all show on Coach Deane's face during one of his many half-time talks. 'Come on Ref, you say jump ball when the man got my man wrapped up like Smokey the Bear!" -ag, fi: T FS PLEADING THE CAUSE ARGUING THE POINT HOLDING THE HAND??? 4 Trojanettes "Spice Up" the Game of Basketball at VSC Top: S. Baxter shoots her famous left handed jump shot in spite of William and Mary defensive tactics. Bottom: Mrs. Bennett and Co. watch intently as game goes on. T I b Trojanettes jump high for this ball. Right: On f f guards gives William and Mary's team a sho t. Trojanettes Jump High For This Ball! Intramurals Enjoy Banner Season in Old Daniel Gym U i 7' W A.. F di r M -Y ' A y 7 Front: M. Wood, R. Bell. Row Two: W. Lee, D. Wilson, T. W. Whitten, L. Bradley, H. Bellamy, Head of Intramural Morgan, C. Smith. Row Three: C. Hall, J. Pearson, M. Coles, League. Standings National League W L Pct American League W L Pc Trotters 9 2 818 Judgement 1 909 Iotas 8 3 737 Crunch Bunch 1 900 Obliterators 8 3 7 37 Red Raiders 1 900 Panters 7 3 700 Willie Hutch 3 800 TNT 8 4 677 Kappas 3 700 Grooves 6 4 667 Moddis Phi Moddis 6 454 Magnificent 6 5 545 Old Timers 6 454 Nasty Nu Psi 5 5 500 I Phelta Thi 7 36 PIR 4 6 400 Black Heat 7 363 Celtics 3 7 300 The Players 9 181 The Macks 3 7 300 Backstabbers 1 10 090 Hawkes 1 9 100 Conquistadors 1 10 090 Alphas 0 10 000 Matmen Have Great Depth Advance to NAIA Regionals f 1 VSC's Alvin Hunter on the bottom struggles earnestly to prevent that pin. i V- -T-Y Traokmen Soar to Victory, Post Good Year ' 57815 J x o -.1--. nf" .,.. lb fav Jr Irving Crewe-Doing his thing in the long jump. The TROJAN Tracksters improved gradually indoo building to a 3rd place finish in the VCAA Championshi o at Lynchburg. Working diligently improving their skill they opened the outdoor season with a rornping triump over Va. Union and St. Paul. Lemuel Talley battles Va. Union anchorman in 440 relay. ,111 IEA Ron Williams strains to clear bar. , A ,vhs up H 'file ' a .2 ,-." '-' . 5 Z E ff.,?vi'l2'w,g -N - f - 4:1 5':a.13'? ' m,34Mwy,' 92,- -v-41-A4. . .sf ?luijfi,,5 551' QQQQ, -Liv,-. , g - , "fEif.',:i ', .J '- . L ahig?m,fam:f 1 '- W,'!jP2fiC,?'5g1 ' ' 1 , . .Q H T51 Eiiiiif, ' ,'1f,,,W": ui M4 X J-gf 35251 ,uv La HB, :ff ,ew w .ia gs:g,.,.,2 . ,Y , 1. X- 7 in :fix-25. QEEFFJ' t -v-. r -' . .ff , -wi L-14514352 .- X ' , i..-. - , gf --: I' ..-, . . - iswl-:'f,w . -iff Q ...:"' M g ,rf .A -, k3 . g,Q.,f ,my H -i., r 5 3 ,. ' ' N H 2. 'J'-" Jim Brown and Hampton man fight stride for stride at VCAA Championship. A QYVN 21211 TH F .fv1"1!N"rq, 2QTf'.,., , vs-fs 41 Y ,cl-.j".. Bryan Burwell-Long and triple jumper. NP' "S, 8813, of "'-Emu James Gamer and Mike Dixon blast out the blocks Ron Deals for the crowd?'?'? 7.3! b . 'FA-2" Ig X V. I -BOX - .,'A"" In-414, :MN -T: 1. 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'f' ' -4"fif."g -f 3.113 ,, ::7'..if!ff'.2'f'.g. - 'Jin 41' ff' -A., - H-.. -A--.1-.1 ,-, 'A-.,.., ..s fy ,f LL --. -- '.r..' , :,.,-u- 1--, 1 -- an . - '. 161 LWN5 If -if 4!,.,4'?' Coach Wm. "Pete" Bennett Hurdler Walt Conway 4 . , ,, ,gf -. mn., , 1 ff - ' w?'wmf-f-wwf-1-' - ani ss Si. rn' a s- , 1: . .M , ii.. .., fr' V. g ' ww . HM: ,ff- REQ N 5 923.1 , 'L ta--aww A Q V np . 4:-A4 'ig ,yqfilfiv ' ,nigh ' gi, WEE ..... o E -bf" :ez , L 2 I: .M f-,-5.-,, 1' f Y ' ' x A - , 11' g, :.-rf- ' A ,- , . 'H-'fl' ' gigf ---- 24 A i91:g'?Tig'?1':, 2 A -. .. I 5. .- -gl I Q .5.,, . - L. , H ew w w 5 2 "Y'fQ3"'i.- A-J- b . 'vii ,Y . A , wk ',1i"'5L aw, V ,, im, , Y ,..,. E 2 . , , D A ,fi N . ,, K 163 VSC Baseball Team Looks Promising for 1974 .gb 1 1 Y xv T 5 , A- . .. A . , Wag ,I t G ..g'ig'g'g ' :fi S, 1i' ,wi - - A-,w ' 1-' E .ah-.agua Y I , 134 , gy? ,: Nmiw!1 .iLlu, -Aim? Y 5 3 'u -L 4 ,M . . , ' V " 34, , .-.Q I -i :i,4:'1L,: 1-AVI' K A 'UF' . 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I ,,4n..-' Hu - VH ., .riryf-. -24--,, -ii V vi , , e- J. , A-. V ,, we -f-Ig-1-ei-4-, rf.. .- r-f 2 --""'. V D V -. . - -., fgvgri ,e Pr. ,. ig, A ,hs L4-ci' - ku. V . D, "Rf-'-N-.."'f" ,ii elf N - H- X ,rpg " 1. T' A , N- ' L M " 4 "1 47" -' lim.-,...-,1 ' . 53' yr ., :.'.. D . 1 ' . .1u...,. v . - V ,- .. ,. 7 .I , , .T I- -.Y . A Mak.:-Y' 7 1 'P Q. yi-uf 43 flu.- .- x.. uf 'ff F I "-V Q. , , T 'O - .. ., - 5.4 - , ' 3' Wf' " " - .-f-' - V V , - , ,. V'-' -V, T- !-- L !""B Q. I 5 'J facfzf- - Freshman Al Howell swings for the fences . . . He misses! T W aa 1:2 gf Y. if 'b5:g3iQ1,,ii,-1-F J -"S s T V' Q ' ' , :Fi -,,i "iv .4 .4 , L 5 A jp' ' gl' ' ful if--' Ml ' , . Fla- '- ' ' 6 . I T - . ' sf' z . , 5- , - 1 , A i Y - - i . A L is e ., , , , '-I .,. .4, Q l iw . T-ff I fa.'.ms' i T'-' 4' ,X ..- Another mighty Trojan swings for the fences only to find that he now has two strikes. 'K i Q i ! Carlton Spain: All American 'gif . . s Carlton "Skipper Spain" batted well over .400 last year, received all-stars honors from the NAIA, CIAA and the VCAA and is tremendous field general "a la Johnny Bench", a pro prospect even at the age of 27 years. fSpain served in Air Force for 4 yearsl. Trojans Continue to Dominate CIAA in '74 'Qt -. .-gc f"""' I 0' . - QL. -.gf . v A I b T h h 'a 1 ,cy .- .Q K fx' 1 , . 'Hagen . -Qvfiflml 1' - -- .M-w..sxi'-f"I:+-240 1 4 lr-in , , Q H . . X , ,-Wt, ,.,.. .- 1--,3 msgffvsfeae T159 :"'! , J: ",- fr 'r.'c" T, hi'--,Y ,X -J' .- -V --. ' w1Q'ji. FW?'55'T?5, 95-:QQVI T -43' 1 e- -. 1 .. . .- L' V, ' . rg- - 4, -,ff14lv:'SQf'wsf fm a - ff jf A .w.A. . .- -Q1 A , ,-- , 4 A .V -- -.v1m'f..m"3w ,a, .. 1-3" r ' 1,4 r 1. if-'1 rg, F9'ia'12' .4 H+? n -A . . an 2 .F nt- ..- Vf- ,M " f"'."-4i'-4'- ' va v' , . - -- -fn 1 inf:-.krul K ,Ni ' 'f +51 1. Ha 4651+ ' - 4. Q . 2-5 A Trojan hitter anxiously awaits pitch. 2-M A i 'gil , su ' ASI- fllir fo in ,lf IU Jef P- ,Q X . I 4- . Another run is scored for the Trojan cause. +05 ' 1 . ,4,,. fl -N " ,fL?f..nf.L -. ,-- .,, h ' we 5 v 4 " F1 ,.,. fa. my Iv 1- .' V.. "WT ...raw ' 4 , ',- , ' A .-z..' ,bf ,b n VSC Pitchers Hot on the Mound! -1-. . , i If v-' Q Q I If ', f ,.5'?f' 'fwr li fi -gli ' ' "l j ' 1 l -ee. ' ' i " -EJ Q S : - A 1' .. . : N: Q 9 A 'Wil--.E , -5 " : ' ' 4 13" .ef ,X I e u fi eiii ll 7 he-:E I 4 U , to 9: , - ' 4. 1 u U, Q. W rj nh O. Paynter all CIAA candidate lets loose with another fastball as the construction crew watches also. . A ,Q I- Q - i.i!?141-lifflr 'L 'Wm - L A us, H. I' as 1. ., f. ' 'ji-,:i1:.geg'55QT52?I.,?.f5'?::TEsQ: -l'fQfe'5,,r.,,f .A z , ,. r G- , e 1- ,-,,.. '--g--1jv.LTv1-9vJ-z- ,4gi:,.r.4" .-35 .gr-we" 2-" A' " ' ' i ' " ' " f X Q1-52" 1Q'fl"f'fgfT7':'?4iVK?q"gifZ:-E--4,93 ,Q 3' 2111-.' ,, : .- ,, 8 A ,L. -,NPR ,R F., '-- ,,3E15'g5f, 1-.'51f"J.. X yfgv . , - ', -4'32I5"5F5- 45" :"f"- '--1 Sir: H9559-' ' ANY' .. I . "' ' ' ' .' 'mf-if'::'79r'2.'..T'-vx. fnfbnwflfiifr-1N1TEE.3f?s1-dm' --J' .,,, 4. - - -'- ,----,,-A . - L- . . js A I - - -. ,.,-4 N . x . lu.-, 'WT' A Norfolk State runner is about to be the victim of a well executed double play. xv -P: '--l- ,, i- 1 I .ii K janv'- 'C fel? 4 X1 T-lt Cheerleaders Barbara Burleigh Brenda Harvey Wanda Fitzgerald Shirby Scott Gail Burke Denise Pugh Elizaeth Kinch Janie Mack Knot shownj Mrs. Knight, Adviser. , it --,,. . ,Tr . fg. UQ Countr is - X9 "xx, 5 , i ' '. i r ,,. Y gx i N. K va' . + I 171 55-0 94:0 384 '7 lb Q 23-O Q... -HJ 3 -1103 T3 gan In J: H0353 IEE 'I l'l'l C:-.11 'resign' QQ.'Dl.. - v 6, CO-OPERATIVE ECONOM KQNQMKE President endell P. Russell +""inv -:gp -M I s, ' ' '42--if ....,,,,,,,,,,, . r g . 1 '.:.:.v','-ligwg-I-5-5.-TA, ' ' 6 1. 1, . ,, .962 1, ,K f 'F Q A Antik' ' is W 1' are N. si' ' -i Change is a difficult thing to accept. Unity, amid change can be even more difficult unless the acceptance of such is genuinely par- ticipated in by all concerned. In this time of rapid advancement in science, politics and educa- tion, We cannot hinder progress and find ourselves lagging behind resulting in being left at the starting line while others are moving forward. Unity, standing together, is a must as we consider the future of those we serve, and the children and future children of those we now serve. This generation and generations to come count on us to keep at- tuned to the times as well as keep in touch with the ever changing world in which we live. Together, we can build for the days ahead. Change will evolve whether we accept it or not. Pull in the same direction at the same time and the unity displayed will shine brightly amid the ever evolving change. Jim F ZMJ7 Ur:fLQf,' WE" , l ., . H i ,- -.-1 , - . .5 f"l.J H..- "yu --,:, ,J Walter Quarles il executive assistant to president Administrative Offices Gerald McCants vice-president for student affairs -Sze? ff' Edward Smith, admission officer Martha Bridgeforth administrative assistant to president Valmore Goines vice-president for academic affairs 175 1-ian' ff' Robert Hendrick assistant to president Administrati 3 AN James Jemison, assistant vice-pres. for administration a i-Q o m i3 . " ff . ,,,, Q e 4:-- -l ' EEL. Qfug. Arthur Brown, purchaslng agent Nannie McKensie, cashier: with Rose Bell and Shirley Coleman. Not Pictured: William Terry, development officer Dorian Goodwyn and Virginia Jones CBS DIRECTOR RESIDENCE LIFE FA CILI TIES C 0 ORDINA TOR C. Spratley ,f .L M- JODBS TREASURER- COMPTROLLER James Cephas WORD PROCESSING CENTER, Sitting: Shirley Buffo, Helen Giles. Standing: Cecelia Johnson, Leola Campbell, Rebecca Vaughan, and Bettye Bassard. DIRECTOR HOUSING F. L. Calfee ll ASST T0 DEVELOPMENT OFFICER D. Hassell fi'-fin --JM., ABOVE: Dawn L. Calfee, secretary. AT RIGHT: Stan- ding: A. D. Maven, counselorg Royal Nickens, Vets Adviser. Seated: Patricia Finch, Foreign Students Ad- viserg Vivian Williamson, Center Directory Fraulein Lowe, counselor. x I I - 4 I fax, tinuing basis. College Counseling Center variety of counseling roles and contacts While the nature of his relationshi with students may vary, the counselor assists the student in formulating reahs goals and in realizing them through the establishment of action oriented obje tives. The final goal of this process is to assist the student in assuming respo M' The cultivation of an individual's uniqueness 1S accomplished through 1 t 1 1 ' ' sibility for his decisions and actions and in implementing his objectives on a co ,Al ff 1.15, -, ii! W l A N VA' is IT- 1' Q .' . V 3 . ,. "' 1 ,Q I , ...V 'jg-. 5' ,. A . mfr' ,31,.,, ,Af Mlgzgp 55: . " , f,. 2. "Ulf-l.""l 'f S ga l ' I 'Aid H Special Services S: 1 , 19" iii I I i s Carol Jones, secretary, and Doris Ridley, director, Upward Bound . X D. Antoinette Miller, director, Special Services Lois McClellan, director, Talent Search Edith Smith, program co-ordinator Duplicating Post Office new df? ji lloliu DIRECTOR, Alvin Hunter SUPERVISOR, W. C. Rogers Computer Center ,,. ,, 7 AL 1 ---, , sm.-1-v..n'v::qon.:gg, ,, V 1. L 4" i COMPUTER CENTER, First Row: Charles Cone, directorg Roslyn Jonesg Rose Turnerg Earl Weaver. Second Row: Doris Lee, Annie Gravesg Arlene Hillg Blanche Watt. Office of Minority Business Enterprise DIRECTOR, John B, Harris I I ,I , a U M Ja John B. Harris, Audrey English, Stanley Jeffress, Gilbert Carter. Division of Developmental Studies Sitting: Phylis Williams, Sarah T. MacMillan. Standing: Marilyn Parks, Hunter D. Hamlett, dean, Evelyn Perry. " Not Pictured: Annette Owens. School of Graduate William S. Edmonds, dean The Division of Developmental Studies bases its organization and structure on the assumption that a common core of knowledge is essen- tial for effective communication within an organized society. The Divison develops the pre-freshman studies and general studies. Studies The Division of Graduate Studies offers studies beyond the un- dergraduate level which lead to the Master of Science and Master of Arts degrees in various fields at Virginia State College. School of Education Dr. Nathaniel Gatlin of VSC Music Department skillfully instructs Student with harmony. Guidance, James McClellan, chairman Arnold R. Henderson, dean Coach Claud Flythe, athletic director, informs student of some important information for strategy. Library Science Dorothy Haith, chairman A .-- F1 Welcome To SUMMER Q-A :- 1 SX Graduate 8. Undergraduate Programs in 1,14 lilllllllm 4- -lu, 4 jj ch... Humanities and Social Sciences - 4 " 1 - Science and Tecnnoiogy Business Administration I' f A Education nv' Deveiopmental Studies and k,,,,- Continuing Education N Short Term Courses, Special Projects, Workshops, Institutes And Special Youth Programs Qi- Y S Dr. Harry A. Johnson, Dean, Summer Sesssion I 7 LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER PM - ' if 5- I L'- W ,....--- ' 4 Grace Cheeseman films student at piano while co-worker gives her a cue. V l.f 4153? W i, 1 fag my E aa - . Mr Gee distribu txon coordinator Two students EDIA UCATIONAI. Q tp P Wir'-+ t , ,gi r . elm EI- W Ou 9 5 .3 Mrs. Rogers, office manager with Dr. Johnson, chairman. 'LA , f O J 1 fl' Mrs. Dabney assists student with registration for Faculty Institute. I' l using the instructional facilities at the Learning Resource Library. -.41 .1 if ,-gs? ff , - M 'r -l- Dr Thota instructs students on Audio Visual methods 185 School of Humanities and Social Sciences 1. ,J '-- 1,1 Virginia Greenland, philosophy JK in 3. 1 J ll fig 4 ii in "1 iff . v ...I - 'V 'I' -, Thomas Bridge, dean Susana Hernandez, spanish Calvin Miller, political science MILITARY SCIENCE: Front Row: LTC. N.F. Dendy, chairman, LTC. C. Murphy, Ms. Rachel Couch, C. Chastian, M. Jackson. Second Row: CPT. T. Ingram, MSG. O.K. Allen, Ms. Mattie Smith, CPT. J . Flem- ing, MSG. A. Smith, CPT. D. Broussard. Not Shown: MAJ. J. Norman, CPT. A. Williams. School of Business Administration ,414 E, ,X lr - -a. Nl ' -Wig, ' A -iff, 5 X 1423 -figs X 1 fL,'.7Z:,Q . A H. ' " 1 x":"'fQ'a l ' 'J Z K 'f i g Frazier Brickhouse, accounting chairman 5... L' Marlene Simpson, secretarial administration Edward Whitlow, dean 4, 4, A X r- Antonio Que, accounting ff, JAY, i e 1 'TX cm Frazier Brickhouse shows two students the correct method while they listen attentively. Ruby Hayes, accounting 187 s School of Science and Technology Thomas Epps, chemistry iii James Davenport, physics if --f lx W ' l 1 l lA, in Robert Cox, psychology l x ,sq r 1- is Willie Pettus, psychology Nb 1- Evelyn Jemison, biological sciences 'F if Potsham Benepal, life sciences School of Continuing Education X Samuel Madden, dean I, James Davis, of the 1973-74 TROJAN Yearbook staff, am especially proud of Virginia State College's Administration, Faculty, and Staff. It is with my greatest regret that all of , you could not be photographically represented in this year's edition, but I truthfully believe that each of you are an integral part to the Unity and Success at Virginia State College. James J. Davis Assistant Editor I I P Vv .- 1 ,,,.,,-, 'lf -is ,,.1 - 1, W 5. in .llll fy ' 19 sr: 'Mfg I 'L N If "' .T,f"'. 5451!-viii ' . . Q ,..,a.,.,.. L.-i .... N- r ' i ' i ,. ....?.i. , ,.....- rr 'rl l E L gh f 'I ' :ILS "'- mag 241 3 . .,1'.-...,:.,, I I ' ' 4' ff-ala-e.a'1ee:.2... if-3-. , . "N - icing-- DEDICATION Dr. Wendell P. Russell, alumnus of VSC's greatest rival Virginia Union University, became the 7th president of Virginia State College on November 1, 1970. Before his presidency here, he was Director of Public Affairs at American Can Company, Greenwich, Connecticut. - A native of Middlesex County, Virginia, Dr. Russell is the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Russell. In addition to his A.B. and B.S. degrees from Union, President Russell holds degrees from Case Western Reserve University and from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. He is a member of the Delta Kappa Education Fraternity and a dedicated "Que", along with several other social, military, and business affiliations. When he is not busy as Head of "State", he relaxes in the presidential manor with his wife Eleanor and his children, Vernon Lee, Shelly Adele, and Wendell P., Jr. As you gladden the lives of the Federal City College family, Dr. Russell, you leave saddened hearts and warm memories of a vitalizing force on the Hill. Therefore, we, The Trojan Staff and student body of VSC salute you for three years of dynamism and an effort to maintain unity amid the ever present changes at Virginia State College. 'Elisa H ,......n-'rf an K ..- ' Q lm" ,l . af' if l . .5 -- Q Dining Hall Dilemma While Jones Dining Hall was still under construction from September to December, boar- g ding students were crowded into x the former snack shoppe, located in the basement of Foster Hall. Others were shuffl- ed upstairs to the banquet halls of Jones Dining Halls. However, meals there were no banquets. Students' standing and sit- ting around after eating, and their not busing their trays did f ' I not help the situation any x either. Meanwhile, off campus , students were crowded into a renovated laundry-Snack Shoppe. VSC Campus Security are driving new cars with flashing lights and an in- side loudspeaker system. Are they still giving as many tickets? Below: Dormitory overcrowding placed freshmen in attics, basements, and off campus. For some it meant making closer alliancesg for others it was just another situation for getting "ripped off." Identity Cr1s1s n ,,,.,, S if' , ff 4 ' J - A-.--fb L 'Alu ..-.,-1 x 14" , - ,Lic . "" -:W S" ff. . .-..v,. In 1920, the legislature passed a bill making Virginia Normal and Institute the Land Grant College for the Negro Youth of he State. On March 7, 1930, the name was changed to Virginia tate College for Negroes. Since that time, Black students funds nd the funds of a few minority races, along with some state funds ave built VSC up to a seven-schooled college open to all who meet ts requirements. Spooky fcartoon character aboveb of the VIRGINIA TATESMAN argues heatedly along with President Russell for the of the school's Black Identity. On the other side, the aculty Senate nixed the idea. Some speculate that better living and eating conditions, along with more funds, should with this "Hill Shaking" change. W H 1 Q 5 5 3 4' w v w 1 MKK' 1 lKK 3'-S3 f'D EQ. ca aff" is-2' 5 'I : CD 2 U5 px, Q. Q13 -QCT' exTra-curriculalim- Z M xx 1 w 4, . ' 5 r , 1 mu m x m 'F in 53 r G' A 2 5 Virginia parents pause for a smile with Weekend Co-ordinators. Registration involved many applications and forms. Out-of-state parents reported in from Connecticut, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. Parents' Weekend '74 Parents from seven states and the District of Columbia were among the more than 800 parents, their children and members of the college com- munity who joined hands to make the second Parents Weekend at Virginia State College a success. According to Miss Marian A. Jones, director of residence life, the parents weekend program, held in conjunction with the Founders Day program, will be made an annual event at the school, Despite inclement weather that prevailed during the weekend celebration, par- ticipants crowded into the Education Building Auditorium to hear welcome remarks made by Dr. James E. Nichols, rector of the Board of Visitorsg Dr. Wendell P. Russell, president of Virginia State College, several other officials of the school's ad- ministration. Saturday, they met with heads of schools and departments, with VSC Alumni Association officials and student personnel, and witnessed the play "Black Odyssey," presented by members of the Little Theatre. On Sunday, they attended morning worship service, heard the F'ounder's Day address and witnessed the 92nd Founder's Day concert by the VSC symphonic band. l .Z L,.....l.,. - . .1 ,.., Raymond Crawley thrills Trojan women with "You an Trojan Talent akes Show Rehearsal for the Talent Show is a serious Kevin Curtis displays one of his multi- talents in directing the band in several hits of today. and Pageants Successful Kim Long recreates the memory of "Lady Dayn as she brings tears to the eyes of the audience with her version of "Good Morning Heartache." "And you know what I did then? I crossed the street all by myself' says Denise Hopson in her monologue competition for the title of MISS Williams Hall i 200 ,W 3 OW? f N l S U . .U 'QI' vig: - : ' , .. ' X ,..:'.!. 3 1 A-227' -- ' S-"Six "'.'u'. I-Z". -1'.l1',:'-H, ' : 4,-...3,...'-.1 -5 ' 157. .-.gf ,.'-vt'-" Y. -N 3111:-' o :ZJLW ' 4' :ln . 1 0 5 . 1-:wav -.v :fs-gre -h - .- ' -. ' -5 x 131163 w '-. 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I ,' ' A I., A VV 1'.A'.' . 1 Q .. 5 kr' -ft 1- .' f.,-. ' Q '.. ' 'f - 'vf',- f hu' a --Omg, r Q, u -". vu "1 -..s Q -QL' lx: , 5- ' - ' ' H" ' s 7' un .C n'. , J 1... wgqis-6,...v .,' F mi' - '. . A ,N',- ' 53' ,.,-Q.,-..., . ... 1 Q., . . ts ' U -,I K a. tl 1- . U a n ,. A C -66- 5351163535 L i AA J' 659.-eff 'vi 'f 'X f-pw YY, gif! x'OX rm!-Y' lQ?f9fe+ga' 'mm Wifi?-5 ,QQNQ swift' Y 'sw ,- -'-J' gi , Pixy- ln 4 ,-4 Mr.9ig.-:,8HpQg',S3f:2.- v-Qafgllzi-'Dx . LJ' Y : Ri:-E' -gm? H25 all Cai 'XSSQJS L'-P 'y ' 'ig vg 111552 SQ :ga P-an' -9.2 :wx N s 9 M 4 BLACK POLITICS Sponsored by the Department of Political Science Monday, February Il, 1974 Symposium' 10:00 A.M. BLACK POLITICAL PROGRESS: REVOLUTIONS DO GO BACKWARDS SOMETIMES HONORABLE L. DOUGLAS WILDER ...................... ..... P RESIDING VA. STATE SENATOR, RICHMOND, VA. PAUL R. JONES ........................ .... K EYNOTER REGIONAL DIRECTOR ACTION - REGION IV Panelists HONORABLE LEONARD LAMBERT .......... .. . SUBSTITUTE JUDGE RICHMOND, VA. REV. CURTIS HARRIS .. . .................................... VICE-CHAIRMAN VA. COMMISSION, US CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION DR. OSCAR R. WILLIAMS .............. CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 81, DIRECTOR, BLACK STUDIES VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE 8:00 P.M. FILM FESTIVAL ................. . . . BLACK POLITICS: THEN AND NOW CALVIN M. MILLER, CHAIRMAN DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE ....... - ..... .... D ISCUSSION LEADER BLACK RELIGION Tuesday, February I 2, 1974 Symposium' 1:30 - 3:00 P.M. TOPIC: "BLACK SECTS AND CULTS" Presiding .... ................................. . .. DR. HAROLD BRAXTON COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES 8L ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HISTORY VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE SPEAKER .... .............. D R. JOSEPH R. wAsH1NGToN,JR. PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES and DIRECTOR OF AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES UNIV. OF VA. Panelists BROTHER JAM ES ...... ....................... P ETERSBURG TEMPLE REV. GRADY T. JONES ..... ..... C HURCH OF CHRIST, PETERSBURG, VA. REV. ANDREW WHITE . ,, .... ..... Z ION BAPTIST CHURCH, PETERSBURG, VA. Community Forum' 7:30 P. M. Music ..... ...... v IRGINIA STATE COLLEGE GOSPEL ENSEMBLE LARRY BLAND, DIRECTOR THEME: THE FUTURE OF BLACK RELIGION KEYNOTER .................................... DR. JOSEPH R. WASHINGTON, JR. Black History Week Bobby Seale raps about his "State of the Union Message"-Life around the nation is the same as it is at "State". BLACK MUSIC Wednesday, February I3, I974 Symposium' l:30-3:00P.M. ' PRESIDING ... D. ANTOINETTE HANDY QMILLERI, FLUTIST, QRICHMOND SYMPJ DIRECTOR, SPECIAL SERVICES VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE SPEAKER ..... ..... D R. EILEEN SOUTHERN, PIANIST, MUSICOLOGIST PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, YORK COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK THEME: THE INFLUENCE OF BLACK MUSIC STYLES AND FORMS ON EUROPEAN-STYLE Music Panelists MR. JOSEPH J. KENNEDY, JR. .................... v1ouN1sT QRICHMOND sYMP.9 ' AND SUPERVISOR OF MUSIC RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOLS MR. WILLIS PATTERSON ........................... BASS, PROFESSOR OF VOICE AND DIRECTOR, MEN'S GLEE CLUB, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MR. LARRY BLAND ..... ..................... M USIC MAJOR AND DIRECTOR VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE, GOSPEL ENSEMBLE VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DR. CARL HARRIS ............... ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MUSICIDIRECTOR ' COLLEGE CHOIR, INSTRUCTOR, "BLACK MAN IN AMERICAN MUSIC," VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE Theme: BLACK PROGRESS- Revolutions Go Backward Sometimes BLACK THEATRE Thursday, Febmlzlry I4, I974 8:00 P' M' BLACK UDYSSEY. 1974 Artist Recitals Feature""" , VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE LITTLE THEATRE WILLIS PATTERSON ..... ...................... D IRIQCTED BY N1lAIQLjARET L. xvflxlulililq PUBLIC FORUM Friday, February 15, 1974 I0:00 A. M. - Auditorium, Owens Hall PRESIDING ........................ ...... D ONALD ARMFIELD, CHAIRMAN DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE THEME: THE FUTURE OF BLACK COLLEGES IN VIRGINIA E EZ EEDO R AN AFRICAN SCRIPT BY ADIELA ONYEDIBIA Pgnelisyg VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE LITTLE THEATRE DR. WENDELL P. RUSSELL, PRESIDENT VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE OF COALITION ON HIGHER EDUCATION IN VIRGINIA RONALD JOHNSON, VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE ALUMNUS POLITICAL SCIENCE, 1969 DIRECTED BY MARGARET I-, WALKER 5 The Very Young Spark a ' uv , A g:::, zv l w. lv-"W" ivy- . 1, ref '. A1 M vf .. 3" , F. ,, ' S pf ' M 4-f F ..-.. 4 ,ua i ff 1. A ,E , K E c - X 'SF 14 yr' 3 n J 'fl M - 1 K ,J-If ' ef V 4.5 ,Zh - ' r '- " ' mil' . ., rw ik: 1' Creative Force on Campus ' X .livvv-U-'Q' " " ' Q25 i A- .S .,X ,K Plan the bend. .lygl .Esc-'f - , 'f ,J-fi have day. your women, Little them with warmth be your bridge over troubled waters' Xx- xx R zf tfi i , Q Show YOU the road that . r EEL r""'Educate your mind, your body, Build.aLs,tr'6Iig,i1atiQQn oppressorsg I Vt 'fu :if in 1 ,X .'-y '- "-2a,lgg1l,,L1?h'af"will be free for us all. Take pride in th,e.V,1til3ingSthat-you'do'iQ' 3 i jQ3,Bigiii,fyb Vi' 'hation of vice and corruptiong M -V ff13f'-l'g"j ' , ffj ' T55 5-fi:'d5flg5'VVa1k straight, walk proud, and walk tall. 4 lResDe9t your-gbiiehts, LiffQ1e1EQarik.B033fil"a x gif ge, ,Liiiteli toetheifthigngs yph'af'l1hey say. or-,Don't take their-opinions so ' XX ffTim" X S, 207 We have come, over a way that with tears has been watered, We have come, treading our path through the blood of the slaughtered. -1 Out from the gloomy past, till now we stand at last Where the White gleam of our brightest star is cast. we SHALL ovsacoivia SOMEDAY!! Students Honor the Memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On the morning of his birthday, Memorial Services were held for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Virginia State College. Dr. Carl Harris, who knew Dr. King personally, presided at the morning services. The Larry Bland Ensemble sang and Mr. Calvin Miller of the Political Science Department gave a speech. In the afternoon, the History and Social Sciences departments held seminars and showed films on Lynchings and the Atrocities to Blacks. In conclusion, the students marched down the streets of Petersburg. IQ' f W as A if gl sf' 1 , I B 1 'f f'P""' ,,,--f"""A I 5 2 . , 1 Yi H .. if argl-fl t ,.-ur' :H 14.-'TFELFA t' Y, , fi 'Aj-,1,Ls2JY?lliWifVj.' ' :J .1 .f ,'- ff -. 11.-,:":1,f'-.J.:x:,' -J 'J ' I SEM N i'3E5Gi:.3i?2f4,:'? '?if-'K' ' + 51, - En l S I I A , .ns :I?'f.Lr" . ' ...., ffm gliff l ,, ...... . W Wifi 'R- lk . ..-Q-wily?-0 ..,-4i g-1 .119 -1.. ., qw-guild I 1.-n-1-4 v ,A im' "Q , , ,,. -in F1 :r!.fggg:,mf3iw+. G ' ' ,. M 1 Q"' 'S' ' ' ' .- . Au - , ,.'N Q' I f, A4' f H, " W ' 5- .Q 5 ? 5532. Lg-:-1 m u flm - .LlhlumM ' I ' 'Q VT by . 1---- .,, ,gg Miss VSC Willie M. Jackson She is Black . . . me an ,ww -' A ., -,WWW U' . , -qw vw' f' Y' -, . M - , v. t ' 1- - ..a",'v 1, , . 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Qi'-J-M.C'gg mb? big 955.517 Rig I- ,,, "f" , 'f'-ff' -3' 'u.f,'i'- ,a vt"H' Lg: 2'f:,'f.i:.1.x.tg, K "-21' 9' -,A " '-" 1, Qi f-mg:.'1' 5' .' - g ' f Q, .,flUJ'-H, gwfffif ,, , ,. -L , ,ap will-.Maint4,1-,auwmffg ,.: 31QE',,n.:a:...,,4,,fa-M1 ,I i pirit Pre ail As TROJANS W ,ii 1 1 11 L 41 11115 it 'M N: lti ,gp W" vt, 11329 t 1 ,iv ffl we e , :Q-e -- '.e'f , 1,2 .-v.. 1 mb' I , -,,,,'f Coach William "Pete" Bennett gives All CIAA defen- sive back, Chris Arnold a pep talk even though Homecoming victory seems beyond hope. Later, "Raider" Maury Wood listens intently as Bennett points out offensive strategy. Trojan defense prepares to take the advice of cheerleaders and stifle Union's panting Panthers. Half time activities include twirler Marvin Taylor ngettin' down" with the baton. cooperative efforts from cheerleaders and Marching 110 to arouse school spirit, and world renovimed Marching 110 precision on the home stage. aw' l Cheerleaders, and Band Perform sur! 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Along with Community Spectators 226 Students Turn blmuwn Out for Activities Q - A as . - 1 . ,I A-.Lam e K.. , g m Pep Rally Assembly Dedicated To The VSC '73-74 Football Team And Alumni We W A Wave of Farewell From the Essence Of Virginia State: Miss VSC Willie Jackson rl' ff? sua.. 3 I ai, 591- A fr H K '-' ' ,"4 Y? S atm un , The Soittones Climaxes Activities VSC's Own: Trussell ! 1 ' 1 A' 'i 'L ,i ,.1 p 4' 115 .1 nl - X , f i I if i Q 4. " f-'LE J: l . Half Time Action potlights Band, Queens and Bumbr President Wendell P. Russell presents plaque to VSC's own Baltimore Oriole, Al Bumby, during half time activities while S.O.P.U. Co-Ordinator Bill Lee converses with Joyce Boone, Second Runner-Up to Miss VSC. Later, majorette Cathy James "gets it on" as Marching 110 perform to the delight of the crowd. Ci -c f,i52fff.'-fffif'f we-ff 1 , .-.TQ-W Qitv- if 1 1.4 6 W. 1 ' ',,'i5.s!iwL" 94 m YY. 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Long Hours Hard Practices And New Leadership: The Electrif ing Marching 110 All clean in their ba-a-ad orange and blue, the Marching 110 tune up in the final second before their half time show. ...,.., Y. 7 law W' ft 131 af-"fs f 1 ..f, '- ' . 1 .fi fx: "' 'Trai-, ,A r dx, 1. . .ui ... --,m With a director like O'Neil Sanford, what else can the Marching 110 be, but MIGHTY? my 1' 2- . , 5155992 Q V 4 1 .J-Q2 H 't M - ' , v,1'.vg -:pw 1. - -,. :W 1123 . . pl.. . ,i-fi " 1 , ,L K -4 ' fl-1 5 :sw i ' ' riff 1 v-151 i ff ' ' X ' 1 I ' -J! .-' 'ff , 2 :fvH:'-'L' 'r,,-i'fi"Y5,:f,z'fi rwzgif- U H- ,fs:sf.a,.14-:T--aft - 4 'f 11": '- fi ' I4 it ga.. ' . ' -Z. . V - .,.,, -, 3 K - .., fig-, FIC' 4 "rw.av" Ti l Aj' adj ., -A.. V ,ll U , ig " U ,ggi JW' " 2 ff "I V A Q' .4 M, ' l s t fi .1-j.iQ2:ff:iE:i:,.! , , . ,M .. ,S 1' Y 5 . r liriif' i1 P' 5' J' x ,J 1 , W -. ,. 1' Av- 1' , " - I f ,.. " ' iw' vita.: 0 'ss' N " f',ewm, , 1 'uv' fs' f.. ,' -.rss-:-E:i,:, .-1 - We sfF1' ,i::. if 1.14 - V +m5.-- ,mn 'Wfrif 1 7 fb" X :Wu-J ' Ji .I I ' ' farms Drum major, Kevin Curtis "snaps" to attention as he prepares to lead the band in their half time exercises. NEW BIRTH OF A MIGHTY LOVE . . . Many changes took place in the 110 organization this year. New director, O'Neil Sanford from Tennessee State, streamlined the rank and file, and established new performance procedures and disciplines. New drum major, Kevin Curtis, from Richmond, Virginia, brought grace, style and unequaled musical ability to his leadership position. To add glamour and magnitude to the band's performance, Larry Bland became the "voice of the Marching 110." This energetic eloquence brought new life to Trojan spectators. VSC's own foxy six doing their thing. gi . ueau n- VSC Little Theater The play, "Isidor" CCEEZEEDORJ is about the son of a king who is curs- ed by his father as he dies at the hands of Isidor. Because of Eezeedor's disrespect toward the younger wife of the king, Abrianu, he enters into an argument. The argument ends in his father's death and a lasting curse upon Isidor and all of his sons to be. The curse finally ends with the death of Isidor himself. Eezeedor teases Abrianu about the size of the hole in his net, hoping to cheer her from her gloomy outlook of her pregnancy. Obulor, played by Sheila Bullock, shows her dismay over the desecration of her late hus- band the king's grave. Little Theater Members: Gary Clark, Connie Nedrick, William Lee, Brenda Brown, Joseph Cauthorne, Kenneth Chandler, Paula Sanders fhiddenl, Bill Lee, Sheila Bullock, Joey Wilson, Jacqueline Valentine, Sharleen Meade, Caruso Brown, Carole Sumners, David White. Margaret Walker, Director 237 T TE AN li' 'Q-T .sag T . 'X --' --41' uf- 4- Staff in Deadline: Malachi Greene Cback turnedl, adviserg Keith Parham and Sandra Garrett, co- editors-in-chiefg student workerg Deborah Edwards, typistg Bennis Blue, reporter. SAN elglej Keith Parham undertakes the editorship alone as Sandra "Fearless Leader" Garrett does her student teaching. Above: "Papa Joe" and Jeff Lasley, photographers. Below: Hughes Petteway, Jr., photographer. 5 Gail Graves Drayton, busi- ness manager. Above: Photographerftypist, Theresa Jones. Below: Joseph "JET" Townley. Z .av -,',,,,,f' cw-.""' T! 1 I M rlmlul r . ,Q.,.v111LrNr: kr 3 X Ee- ciauip Above: Vanessa Mmter, reporter. Below: Bryan Burwell photographerfsportswriter. ff? an il nr. "Behind every good man there's a good woman," says Spooky of his creator Jackie Long, staff artist. Joseph Wright photographer 'ra LaFawn Davis, reporter. Wanda Mims, associate editor. Above: Michael Walker, managing editor. f- in p sikgidigll ' Z' aw- 5 A gd' I .s ff' , Bess-Q,-,.,,,,,, -L .4 'lil - N tiff., .jF.,V,r,.., i l 3. The STATESMAN Office was nearly demolished by a back-up flood from the bathroom across the hall. Linda Solice Wayne Mooring reporter sports editor .-1-" Deborah Edwards typist l 40 4 Il .l Below: Staff artist fin capl Jackie Long and roving photographer, Joe "Papa Joe" Finley take a moment out from CIAA coverage to exhibit school spirit. At Bottom: Staff Assistant, Verlia Duke flashes her omnipresent smile at the camera. lx. ' 5' sfmew , -. 'sE1f?."FQ1-ri if -' 3: ips ' 'yi-fg,.gqy3'..L:iii-13533.-,,, -T'-f ,xi f f r 34L?:Frag3'j:.f-jf, ' A L -f. EY -'iii ' , 4... -4 "' :iw-'f1.:fq.-, ,.-511 ' H-' -L- - ?5PiQf-will gr' .eu.::,n-:f : 1 . H '.- Hfrips., ,i , - .r ' :fig l 2 ' T .'.f!.:f A Vi" ,, "'Q'- Y - me ww- - ,, 1 TE' V -in 'S 'i X-'fllif I 'J ' 151522 iQ:517fky", .. , l I .. - ' -:ff i 115555 , f f .Q 4? L' 1-L - "mi '. - . . ,A -W 'i .1-'ie--:el r 1 Hi M ' ...fs fan.. -1, leafgw . HQ ,fra A The People Behind Left: Photographer-in-Chief, Hughes Petteway, Jr. shares a moment with his favorite assistant, Theresa Jones. Right: Photographer, Linda Carter checks the work of the past year's photographers. Below: TROJAN Editor, Bennis Blue shares a mo- ment of CIAA excitement with past STATESMAN Editor, Andrea Long. mn -,.,.f.. ..,. Y .,,,. 'resist wigs i '- Kites ft 70 Assistant Editor-in-Chief, James Davis tak notes for the hard times to come. H M ,Fifi ..-...---- Al!! U w l S . l 1 . Q - ,r .lx : br ' - ' :I f: Q-14',T3.' 1 1 ,K ' , A .119 .. , , ,, ,,, ,-,tbl ,- Above: Zella Reese, Class Editor. Left: Editor-in-Chief, Bennis Blue and Secretary, Millicent Chancey share a joke. Not pictured: Malachi Greene, Adviserg Gloria Sessions, Secretaryg and Ruth Everson, and Paula Thomas, Staff Assistants. 241 U 4 ff FEBUTVGH FAITH F 1 -,..s-'f Mrs. Dawn F. Calfee, Secretary 11 Mrs, Williamson is kept busy by student office workers, Joan Wilson, Darryl Bradley, and Margaret Powell. ' -Q Meets Student Needs Q - e--- un llli I'I ggi bl' 'u in Tutor, Michael Williamson, explains with expertise the task of tutoring math to fellow tutor Darryl Bradley, and office assistant Joan Wilson. 55 'Q Zlgi 4: Q V , dt ' 1' " -"g:i5Q4'Uf1iwei-3 - - ,, I ,.4-s-ku. -,,,,.3, -Tris' L rj. f - - X. : 'Qs-,,1,-si , In --f- I V L. ,, 1 Q 5 V ' ,A J il I 'M L ,rlgfli .1-" N-egg A . xx X, N , Y N, ,V 1 -N S- A 1' 5- 'M One of the major efforts of the Counselors is to listen objectively to any student problem. Here, Mrs. Williamson listens interestedly while student "sounds off." 245 x gg nl"",g. QC' Qin. ev A-. X? In :wg'Mg,Q, vt. l lf" 'I if 41 -E' '5 'Y 41 if ff? V .1 . 3 ,. Johnston Memorial Seated: Mrs. Sarah Wallace Serials Librariang Miss Jane Denninger, Assistant Education Librariang Mrs. Catherine V. Bland, Library Direc- torg Miss Ida Clayman, Catalog Librarian. Row Two: Mr. Robert Bergelt, Assistant Catalog Librarian, Mrs. Martha Dabney, Library Clerkg Mrs. Mildred Kain, Library Assistantg Mrs. Lucy Bland, Clerk-Stenographerg Mrs. Sadie Richie, Library Assistant, Mrs. Julia Campbell, Library Clerkg Mrs. Doris Mitchell, Circulation Librariang Mrs. Dorcas Quarles, Library Mrs. Gloria Harvell Assistantg Mrs. Mary Curtis, Library Clerkg Mrs. Elizabeth A. Mayo, Clerk-Typistg Mrs. Cecilia Lee, Clerk-Typistg Mrs. Karen Van Dyke, Assistant Reference Librariang Mrs. Rachel Woolard, Library Assistant. Row Three: Mrs. Irma Henderson, Library Assistantg Miss Arthenia Peterson, Library Clerkg Mrs. Gloria Harvell, Media Librarian. Not Shown: Mrs. Emestine Geter, Clerk Typist, Miss Martha Stephenson, Clerk Typist. Library The library is the one area on campus that most students must "touch" at one time or another. The books in the loan collections are generally available for a period of two weeks. They may be procured from the book stacks and checked out at the circulation desk in the respective areas upon presentation of the student's valid ID card andfor library card. The reserved books are to be used in the library until one hour before closing time. Properly checked, they may be taken for overnight use. Reserve books are due the following morning by 8:00 a.m., except Sunday when they are due at 2:00 p.m. 24 Trio Student Special Services TIILENTSEARCH SDECVAI.. ,ALL HIGH Rffoor LJENIOQS Dewi miss ou+ on ire, brgqglli.-Fig, Ql1pf,d7 Applzi Ngwiil E A+ Lcd, Aewlod oglforinul-i gfllslma H 7fia,+tWs'i+ fame- e' .M'if'5i'f"'55'Mf' finial -+LY3LiA f 'iii gs muauerfz f" LA K ND A--Iwevev. ' tr.oc.fuEfs.'?,ov-,j n 4 -, iv mms"?' 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UL-iksgal S-2 f iutikhfglt U brig? uh' I Q ...Ji L V f us ,4- cl: Av 4'A -H .-. l,.,.g I - , ti .,. . id X . ,.fqJUf,i'ifHtf"I'k,i.3,ff.,1v'-3:,1,.,,. ,ggtgkg ,hr M 'fag-,M Q be-mx Ta:-'La -1-ubl-ep ' Q""xgtp,,,ia.1askff.f Medical 7?o.f-of99'AA LJ ui--H' -lfn-1Svoll'J+on -lxy Youd-Q? 'il 0' Y- nby"td"LUJ':1O'5o"'t'H""9 'M' . ? - , fy help- - Tic, we . help you Gin. .+.:1l H dh I ,,i""f- 3 ?"'1fl'5f"r'd wig liked -Gr.-ls, Nl:-mo, Airs-,La-1iisLr.w..l,:j if J' dull Nl" 'Indo mg x , reap Gabml euro! Pierweisli f 1-513. x Lum .ryan-U any mn help wp.-u. mils I Y ' Ju .qw str-ter. am?-,ciirofw-,na-I ri 'IF You CRN HANG H , , . ' UL rm. UT emcw Y .. El Mi'?::c'f.,:331i'6ft'5'Lz7.7 afloat I 'W' Wg THAN?- l ,hp . ' ,UQ fgetr TMUNT QHXsL.l-I 4'-.fc -cial 0:65 V' jbllp' VALE or 53? 15", :xi LINC: SHOW AND TELL . . . This is one of the cartoon handouts dis- tributed in several high schools by the Talent Search Office. Apply- ing for Financial Aid is the topic. DEVELOPING DEVELOPING SKILLS . . . Upward Bound student, Sharon Harper, learned photography at State last summer. Talent Search Talent Search is for those students who meet the lovs income criteria established by the U.S. Commissioner c Education and are currently enrolled in high school, in another program of secondary education, or who are no longer in school but have demonstrated an aptitude for re entering an education program. Talent Search provides: counseling and other help on an individual basis to enable you to achieve a postsecon dary education, answers to questions you or your family may have about a postsecondary education and informa- tion about sources of Financial Aid. Talent Search agencies are located in many major cities and on many college campuses throughout the coun- try. Upward STARTING YOUNG . . . Mayor Fauntleroy of Petersburg- chats with Upward Bound students from Virginia State and Hampton Institute. 1 is Km ,mi 3. 1 as t gl dw: avril gg, is ll .5351k-H152 ie ui . .a .. .Two Q ef- u f LE? 5 gi - L 1 I l V tv 1, 1 Q " 4 I H 4 Pre-College Programs at V C . . A'A. 7.4 A CULTURAL EXPERIENCE . . .Upward Bound students from Hamp- of Virginia Hall with Mayor Fauntleroy of Petersburg. ton Institute visit Upward Bound students from State. They pose in front Bound Upward Bound, administered by the Office of Education of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, is a pre- college preparatory program designed to generate the skills and motivation necessary for success in college. Upward Bound generates to motivate the deprived student to strive for greater heights. Also, this project focuses on the high school in order that it might extend its educative services. In addition to the forego- ing, the project tries to inspire the college to admit its diversity of charges and to inspire the community to salvage and utilize to forgotten citizens. A ROYAL PAIR . . . Miss Upward Bound, Karen Vrumgoole, and Mr. Upward Bound, Thomas Parker. J' :. Bi .VL " M tres y 5 V-V Q 3 .E , ' G ' fi E., fi M 'f . W ll 'T-QE 3 " ' if ,,: ,,.,, . ., i ' is 5 Jai M 5 'Sa-. Q 4- -5 L. , H' I rx , M? 89 ' l 1 , 1 ' . .. ..- ' . 1' 96 ffm Z iziz ' 1 'M' i, lin' LVVV fi? L' , . I 5 .V YC , ' if ai f - 7'."Q'g,?"?4f'. af I A .Q-.ss f 4' . - ' arf 'iii . c .z ---- me I. Allp T , 5, 23, H. -. . , , ifffiffi ' . 5" , f " - QQ' 'des ! f me r. H, 1 ,E ' sss ss? A A V' ' I 5 'K 1' 1- ,V ,.,. A I . A " fe Q g, 0 ...,, 1 1 :-: it I asf of 5 is ' 0 Ruby Baker and Barbara Simms dabble in the art of finger- painting with the aid of students. Avis Jenkins and Patricia Land engage in a little "horse play" with Baptist Children's hor students. "Oh really? I thought you were Captain Kangaroo." Students and 1 Baptist Children's Home E "Listen here, Gwen Lewis, this is the way Cub Scouts are supposed to be!" s F-1. ,..' R 5 Patricia Land receives expert advice on how to fingerpaint ro erl . B P P Y ig Brothers are for talking to and giving advice Reserve Officers Training Corps Right: Cadet Donald M. Ferguson. Far Right: Cadet Clifton A. Hawkes requests permission to perform on the drill field. BOOGIE DOWN PlA!s - - - Pershing Angels practice for the annual parades and competitions that they par- ticipate in. H U '1.!'sf,-gvw- -Hl'1E3 I '-SOUND oFF 1,2," . - - Pershii A , Angels perform their precision drill the streets of Petersburg. '69 Miss ROTC And Court Q.-A Vu -AQ M 'wb 2' ' ff sis..- Y r EQZZ2 Linda Terrell, Miss ROTC 1973-1974 Left, top to bottom: Brenda Black-Miss Company A Kathie Furman-Candidate for M Elaine Minter-Calendar Co-ed Sheryl Ford-Miss ROTC Band Deborah Robinson Linda Everette-Miss Counter Insurgency Unit KC.I.U.J iss ROTC Jr! 54 Who's Who 41 L' I w-M uf, Among American College Students TROJANS CHOSEN FOR WHO'S WHO Thirty-six statesmen who exhibited outstanding academic and social contributions to VSC were initiated into Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities at a luncheon held in Foster Hall on Friday November 9, 1973. The committee that was responsible for the selection of the 36 persons consisted of Dean McCants, Dean Colson, Mr. F.L. Calfee, Mrs. Vivian Williamson, Mr. Fields, and two representatives from the student body, Lionel Flanagan and Brenda Harvey. The criteria for choosing Who's Who Students had been set down by Dean McCants: seniors must have a 2.50 average or above and juniors must hold a 3.00 average or above. Seniors must have participated in at least 5 diversified activities associated with VSC. The students that were selected are: Willie A. Adams, senior from Madisonville, Runia Bailey, senior from Richmond, Oliva M. Baker, junior from Charlottesville, Stephen A. Banian, senior from Richmond, Gloria W. Brant, senior from Petersburg, Gilla F. Brown, senior from Bluefield, Denise M. Coles, senior from Hamden, Connecticut, LaVerne A. Darden, senior from Suffolk, Ruby M. Dodson, junior from Nottoway, Joan Edwards, junior from Smithfield, Rene Fitzgerald, Pauline Fowlkes, senior, Howard L. Green, senior from Windsor, Renetta D. Harris, senior from Smithfield, Deborah E. Holcomb, senior from Clarkesville, Brenda A. Hardy from Franklin, Susie P. Hargrove, senior from Farm- ville, Deborah E. Holcomb, senior from Farmville, Robert H. Hunter, junior from Montross, Brenda G. Jett, senior from Flint Hill, Brenda H. Johnson, senior from Petersburg, Leon N. Johnson HI, senior from Alton, Cassell A. Jordan, junior from Little Plymouth, Elizabeth A. Kinch, junior from Rahway, New Jersey, Alma E. Lemon, senior from Oxford, North Carolina, Sheila D. Outlaw, senior from Suffolk, Patricia M. Ragland, junior from Gordonville, Georgia E. Self from Mon- tross, Charles Smith, Brenda S. Townsend, Spence M. Ward, junior from Richmond, Wayne O. Yerby, and Kenneth M. Younger, junior. Special recognition was given to Georgia E. Self for outstanding academic achievement in maintaining a 3.91 overall average out of a possible 4.00. The ord is Light f learning- And God said, "Let there be light." There are lights and lights and lights along the highway o There is the light of self-analysis which reflects understanding and self-confidence . . . There is the light of determination which reflects advancement and progress . . . There is the light of time which teaches us to cope with and master the present . . . There are lights and lights andlights along the highway of learning'- There are security lights that become visible only when we concentrate on the inner foothold instead of on outer circumstances . . . There is the light of knowledge which beams when we seek to know . . . There is the light of excellence which gleams when we dare to aim for it . . . There are lights and lights and lights along the highway of learning- There is the light of hope when we try and failg and there is the light of faith when we try again . . . There is the light of love which shines brightest and best when we learn that those who find greatness, riches, success and happiness are those who serve others . . . There are lights and lights and lights along the highway of learning- There is the light of learning, may it ever keep your mind alert and inquiring and may it illuminate your way during student days as well as throughout life . . . There is the light of courage that will help us to stand firm for that in which we truly believe despite the per- suasion, threats or jeers of our peers . . . A There is the light of life-mastery which brightens when we succeed in spite of handicaps and diversites . . . There are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of lights-f There are lights from teachers with information . . . There are lights from counselors with consultation . . There are administrative lights with directions . . . There are classmates whose lights give association . . . Then there are lights from parents and home ever burning with love, devotion, warmth and comfort . . . rs as we travel the highways and by-ways of learning-fThese are ours if we look to the light All these are ou and l ll behind us. et the shadows fa Editorial Comment 4 t A I -S p31"'3QLjQ. I v r 1" 1 -is x f, X As our Alma Mater, Virginia State College, struggles to maintain its 92 year-old identity, we, the student body, strive to maintain Unity amid the inevitable changes occurring here. Sometimes apathetic, sometimes energetic-we Trojans stand and succeed as one and attempt, as one, not to fail. To maintain unity on a campus comprised mainly by minority races is, indeed, a momentous struggle. To the Senior Class, mainly for whom this book is compiled, I sincerely hope that you will con- tinue to strive for those goals which you set as you entered here. In doing so, I hope that you will not forget that Without Unity there can be no meaning or success in the changes which you attempt to make in our society. We, the TROJAN Staff, and our adviser Malachi J. Greene, have labored late into many nights to create a memory of the culmination of your changes-successes, and even failures, here on the Hill. Good luck to you, and best wishes. Editor-in-Chief Adams, Willie Alfred, B.S., Business Route 1, Box 59, Madisonville, Virginia 23958 Alderson, James Kent, B.S., Business Administration 1302 Covington Road, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Alexander, Carol Jeanne, B.A., Psychology 262 E. Slocum Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19119 Alexander, Richard Hayes, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 233 Michigan Drive, Hampton, Virginia 23669 Allen, Cameron Lovell, B.S., Business Administration Route 2, Box 65A, Farmville, Virginia 23901 Allen, Clinton Dwight, B.S., Business Administration Box 164, Oilville, Virginia 23129 Allen, Deborah Ann, B.A., Sociology 64 Rooselvelt Avenue, East Orange, N.J. 07017 Allen, Lonnie Edward, B.S., Economics Route 1, Box 90, Providence Forge, Virginia 23140 Allen, Talmadge Alvis, B.S., Biology P.O. Box 32, Hanover, Virginia 23069 Ammons, Julian Cary Jr., B.S, Psychology 1213 Yacht Basin Drive, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Archer, Ashton Lee, B.S., Special Education Route 1, Box 86, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23833 Amold, Christopher Allen, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 1223 Laurel Avenue, Sharon Hill, Pa. Artis, Linda Ann, B.S., Elementary Education P.0. Box 39, Sedley, Virginia Avery, Harold Lamar, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 916 Hardy Avenue, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Bailey, Edward Emeral, B.S., Biology 4845 W. Van Buren, Chicago, Ill. 60644 Bailey, Runia Mae, B.S., D.l.M. 12 South Robinson Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Baker, Christine Shelia, B.S., Special Education 628 Summit Street, Apt. 4., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Banks, Brenda Joyce, B.S., Business Education 1520 N. Myrthewood St., Philadelphia 10121 Banks, John Junius Jr., B.S., Fine Arts Education 9B East Leigh Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219 Banks, William Sylvester, B.S., Industrial Technology 1438 Cedar Street S.E. 92, Washington, D.C. 20020 Barksdale, LaVerne, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education Route 6, Box 235, Chatham, Virginia 24531 Bames, Marvin Louis, B.S., Physics Route 1, Box 70, Baskerville, Virginia 23915 Baskerville, Catherine Elizabeth, B.S., Elementary Education Route 2, Box 75A, Keysville, Virginia 23947 Baskerville, Fred Beaufus, B.S., Physics Route 2, Box 294, South Hill, Virginia Bates, Thomas, B.S., Business Administration 51.2 Eisenhower Circle, Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 Battle, Irene, B.S., Business Administration 628 Saint Luke St., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Bellamy, John Henry Jr., B.S., Recreation Education 620 Windham Street, Apt. 22, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Berry, Geraldine, B.S., Special Education 603 South Davis Avenue 991, Richmond, Virginia 23231 Graduates Bigger, Linda Jane, B.A., Business Administration Route 6, Box 159, Richmond, Virginia 23231 Blackwell, Linda Ann, B.S., Business Administration Lottsburg, Virginia 22511 Blair, Beverly Kaye, B.A., Sociology 4 Morgan St., Binghamton, New York 13901 Blake, Linwood Howard, B.S., Industrial Technology P.0. Box 17 Cardinal, Mathews County, Virginia 23025 Blount, Jessie Devoine, B.S., Business Education 324 Truxton Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 Bolden, Sarah Virginia, B.S., Elementary Education Route 3, Box 344, Farmville, Virginia 23901 Bonner, Costella, B.S., Business Administration Route 2, Box 248, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Bonner, Dorothy Louise, B.S., Business Administration 6539 Hill-Mar Drive, Apt. 403, Forestville, Md. 20028 Bolling, Joan Edith, B.A., English 235 Grove Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Booker, Brenda Joyce, B.S., Special Education 222 Dunlop Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Boone, Joyce Andrea, B.S., Psychology 605 Stratford Street, Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 Borum, Zanette Regina, B.S., Business Education Hayes Post Office, Gloucester, Virginia 23072 Bowen, Anna Vernice, B.S., Home Economics Education 443 Roundtop Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Boyd, Darlene, B.S., Elementary Education 1501 North 23rd Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Boyd, Pamela Jean, B.S., Elementary Education 9935 Corsica Street, Vienna, Virginia 22180 Bradley, Denise Luvenia, B.S, Mathematics 410 St. James Street, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Branch, Jean Graves, B.S., Business Administration 251 Ladies Mile Road, Apt. 8, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Brant, Gloria, B.S., Business Administration 1319 Beazley Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Breedlove, Roy Carlton, B.S., Accounting 621 Dakar Drive, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Briggs, Shirl Evon, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education Route 1, Box 365, Chester, Virginia 23831 Brodie, Hamid Barron, B.S., Business Administration Route 3, Box 41fT-307, Prince George, Virginia 23875 Broom, Cecil Benu, B.S., Business Administration 2231 Elaine Drive, Apt. 4, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Brown, Barbara Mae, B.S., Elementary Education Ruthville Post Office, Ruthville, Virginia 23147 Brown, Brenda Marie, B.S., Elementary Education Route 2, Box 31-C, Charles City, Virginia 23030 Brown, Corlotta Marietta, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 1132 West Saint Brides Road, Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 Brown, Emestine Eugenia, B.S., Special Education 2302 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Roanoke, Virginia 24017 Brown, Gilla Faye, B.S., Elementary Education 116 Thayer St., Bluefield, Virginia 24605 Broum, James Austin, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 20805 Third Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Brown, Larry Jerome, B.S., Special Education 1015 Fairfax Avenue, N.W., Roanoke, Virginia 24016 Brown, Linda Bemell, B.S., Social Studies Education 504 N. 32nd St., Richmond, Virginia 23223 Brown, Margaret Elizabeth, B.S., Business Education 1001 Elm Street, Hopewell, Virginia 23860 Brown, Ruby Pearl, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education Route 1, Box 151-A, Baskerville, Virginia 23915 Brown, Tracy Billings, B.S., Special Education 317 Mapleshore Drive, Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 Brown, Roscoe, Jr., B.S., Biology 3615 Petersburg Tumpike, Richmond, Virginia Bryant, Eddie Bemard, B.S., Industrial 'Technology 2576 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, Virginia Bumette, Virginia Penn, B.S., Elementary Education 2707 Catchpenny Road, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Burrow, Grace Ellis, B.S., Elementary Education 202 Mohawk Avenue, Hopewell, Virginia 23860 Buster, Chester Alexander, B.S., Accounting Route 2, Box 255, Natalie, Virginia 24577 Byrd, Edwin Eugene, B.S., Mathematics Route 1, Box 686, Smithtield, Virginia 23430 Bynum, Roy Howard, B.S., Agriculture Education Route 1, Box 235, Boykins, Virginia 23827 Byrd, James Henry, B.S., Business Administration 1611 North Valor Drive, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Caldwell, Ruth Darlene, B.S., Business Administration 2822 Broadrock Road, Richmond, Virginia 23224 Carmichael, Richard Lewis, B.S., Industrial Arts Education RFD 2, Box 251, Blackstone, Virginia 23824 Carter, Arlene Alfreda, B.A., English Route 2, Box 218-A, Axton, Virginia 24054 Carter, Kenneth Clayton, B.A., Sociology 1609 Halcun Drive, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Chambers, William Charles, B.S., Health 8: Physical Educa- tion 284 Netherwood Avenue, Plainfield, N.J. 07062 Chambliss, Kenneth Leroy, B.S., Microbiology 1411 Weaver Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Chambliss, James Troy, B.S., Business Administration 14 School Court, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Chandler, Kenneth Larry, B.A., English 2417 Grove Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Chandler, Paula Sandus, B.A., English 247 Grove Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Charity, George Oliver IH, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 407-B Craig Drive, Fort Benning, Georgia 31905 Charity, Juliette Fontaine, B.S., Health gl Physical Education Route 3, Box 383, Charles City, Virginia 23030 Chesley, Phyllis Renee, B.S., Library Science 1105 Pointer Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Chmielewski, Joseph Jerome, B.S., Special Education Lake Terrace Apts. 540, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Clark, Gary Carstello, B.S., Business Administration 7210 Booker Drive, Seat Pleasant, MD. 20027 Clark, Robert Larry, B.S., Business Administration P.0. Box 32, Ivor, Virginia 23866 Claybome, Carolyn Gertrude, B.S., Home Economics Educa- tion Route 2, Box 192, Afton, Virginia 22920 25 Clayton, Paulette Arzell, B.A., Sociology 818 W. Washington St., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Clayton, Richard Randall, B.S., Elementary Education 4103 Tyrone St., Richmond, Virginia 23234 Coleman, Ivory Lawrence, B.S., Mathematics P.O. Box 6, Alberta, Virginia 23821 Coleman, Shirley Rebecca, B.S. Psychology 113 Trenton Place, S.E., Washington, D.C. 20032 Coles, Denise Marion, B.S., Elementary Education 103 Second Street, Hamden, Conn., 06514 Coles, Mary Ann, B.S., Public School Music 207 Carter Street, Greenville, South Carolina 29606 Collier, Cecil Wesley, B.S., Business Administration 3033 Harlem Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 21217 Collins, Suzanne, B.S., Elementary Education 736 Nance Drive Apt. 4, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Collins, Tanner Anthony, Jr., B.S., Recreation Education 20315 Sheffield Place, Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Cook, Pamela Regina, B.S., Special Education 2650 Middle Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23504 Cooke, James Ronald, B.S., Industrial Arts Education Box 267B, Woodford, Virginia 22580 Cottom, Lois, B.S., Health Q Physical Education 805 Fort Henry Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Craddock, Gloria Jean, B.S., Elementary Education 2906 Edgewood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Craig, Roy Lee, B.S., Accountin 731 Smith Road, Martinsville, Virginia 24112 Crawford, Gladys Elaine, B.S., Business Administration 2546 Crestwood Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Crawley, Lanae Lovett, B.S., Secretarial Administration 651 Dakar Drive N3, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Crews, Michael Alan, B.S., Business Administration 21 North Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Crudup, Irving Devite Jr., B.S., Industrial Arts Education 850 North King Street, Hampton, Virginia 23223 Cummings, Carolyn Yvonne, B.S., Biology 609 N. 37th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Curtis, Marva Druscilla, B.S., Social Sjrdies Education 805 Fort Henry Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Curry, James, Jr., Industrial Technology 5409 Abdul St., Capitol Heights, Md. 20027 Cyrus, Jacqueline Ann, B.S., Special Education 832 Thurman Avenue, Hyattsville, Maryland 20783 Dale, Teresa Adele, B.A., Sociology 851 11th Street, Newport News, Virginia 23607 Daniels, Ronnie Delores, B.S., Elementary Education Route 2, Box 194, Goochland, Virginia 23063 Darden, LaVem Ann, B.S., Biology 416 North 8th Street, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Darden, Valerie, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 5258 W. Polk St., Chicago, Ill. 60644 Davenport, Carolyn Denise, B.S., Elementary Education 1301 Blair Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Davidson, Davide Ann, B.S., Textile 8: Clothing 802 Berkshire Drive, West Hyattsville, Md. 20783 Davis, Evangline Juanita, B.S., Special Education 617 North South Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Graduates Davis, Harold Ward, B.S., Business Administration P.O. Box 233, Amherst, Virginia 24521 Davis, James McKinley, Jr., B.S., Business Administration Route 3, Box 163-D, Glen Allen, Virginia 23060 Davis, Melinda Mae, B.A., Sociology 238 Sykes Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456 Davis, Mildred Lonice, B.S., Business Education Route 2, Box 2326, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456 Davis, Sandra Dupree, B.S., Special Education 319 North Labumum Avenue 94, Richmond, Virginia 23223 DeBerry, Charles Ulysses, B.A., English 1700 Johnson Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Delbridge, John Russell Jr., B.S., Ag. Econ. Bos 337, Emporia, Virginia 23847 Dennis, Vivian Irene, B.S., Business Administration 4600 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, Pa. Dickens, Minnie, B.S., Special Education 1029 Rome Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Dillard, Richard Allen, B.S., Business Administration 468 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11238 Dobie, Floristine Elory, B.S., Physics Route 2, Box 213, Waverly, Virginia 23890 Dobson, Sharon Gail, B.S., Business Education Crewe Post Office, Crewe, Virginia 23930 Drayton, Luch Carolyn, B.A., Sociology 1243 Delaiield Place, N.E., Washington, DC 20017 Drayton, Relford Eugene, B.S., Business Administration 2234 Linda Lane, Apt. 4, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Duberry, 'Tommy Lee, B.S., Recreation Education 16 Darling Street, Savannah, Georgia 31408 Duck, Renee Rebecca, B.S., D.l,M. 1020-A Liberty Avenue, Hopewell, Virginia 23860 Dudley, Cliffie Jerome, B.S., Industrial Technology Route 1, Box 176, Wirtz, Virginia 24184 Duke, Verlia Denese, B.A., English 112 South 7th Street, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Dyson, James Elmer Jr., B.S., Business Administration 4531 Shop Street, Chester, Virginia 23831 Dunkum Ellis, B.S., Business Administration 15901 Edgewood Drive, Chester, Virginia Earl, Jake Jr., B.A., Sociology 1407 Townsend Street, Chester, Ps. 19013 Early, Phillip Tniman, B.S., Industrial Technology Route 2, Box 95, Keysville, Virginia 23947 Easley, Maurita Yvette, B.S., Special Education P.O. Box 545, Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868 Edmonds, Dorothy Phyllis, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 168, Charlotte C.H., Virginia 23923 Edwards, Elenor Deniese, B.A., Sociology 320 South Taylor Street, Ashland, Virginia 23005 Eley, Ronald Maurice, B.S., Mathematics 179 Choate Street, Portsmouth, Virginia 23707 Elkins, Beryl Ann, B.A., Sociology 2300 Dinwiddie St., Arlington, Virginia 22207 Epps, James Bemard, B.S,, Ag. Econ. Route 2, Box 145, Emporia, Virginia 23847 Epps, Michael Anthony, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 2113 Rosewood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Epps, Myrna Celestine, B.S., Special Education Route 1, Box 171, Freeman, Virginia 23856 Epps, Wilfred Carter, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 1513 Adams Circle, Hampton, Virginia 23363 Evans, Antionette Smith, B.A., Sociology 10 South Burch Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Everette, Robert Daniel, B.A., English 3410 Callaway Street, Baltimore, Md. 21215 Fairfax, Theda Yvett, B.A., Sociology 3413 Kershaw Road, N.E., Roanoke, Virginia 24017 Farrell, Paula H., B.S., Special Education 811 J. Cherry Lane, East Lansing, Michigan 38823 Ferguson, Donald Milton, B.S., Mathematics 3024 Montrose Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Finn, Grace A., French Fitz, Sandra Althea, B.S., Special Education 2305 Dunedin Drive, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Fitzgerald, Vera Mae, B.A., English Route 5, Box 353, Danville, Virginia 24541 Flanagan, Alvin Ray, B.S., Mathematics 813 North 25th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Fleming, Patrick William, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 121 Center Street, Ridgeway, Pa. 15853 Ford, Abdullah Jean, B.S., Business Administration 126 Jones Street, Chesapeake, Virginia 23320 Forbes, Charlexette, B.A., Spanish 2250 Wallace Avenue, Bronx, New York 10476 Fowlkes, Jewel Yvette, B.S., Psychology 1514 Southhampton Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Foelkes, Joyce Marilynn, B.S., Business Administration 1243 Gallatin St., N.E., Washington, D.C. 20017 Fowlkes, Pauline Clarabelle, B.S., Accounting Route 3, Box 85, Blackstone, Virginia 23824 Fox, Elsonia Ruthelis, B.A., Business Administration 516 Faye Street, Richmond, Virginia 23225 Friend, Hilda Dnrcilla, B.S., Business Administration 9423 Hilda Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23234 Fuller, Anita, B.A., Sociology 1917-B Chuckatuck Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Fuller, Leander Roosevelt, B.S., Business Administration 40 Longfellow Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20011 Fullwood, Lucretia Rochelle, B.S., Social Studies Education 308 Joynes Road, Hampton, Virginia 23666 Fulton, Patricia Ann, B.S., Elementary Education 400-B Cobb Street, Franklin, Virginia 23851 Gaines, Raymond Lewis, B.S., Ag. Econ. Route 2, Box 48, Midlothian, Virginia 23113 Gamer, Emest, B.S., Special Education 4409 Illinois Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20011 Garner, Robert Earl, B.A., Political Science Route 1, Box 4-L, Skippers, Virginia Garnett, Jacqueline Dorothy, B.S., Special Education 14915 Cordell Avenue, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 Gamett, Joyce Lynette, B.S., Public School Music Box 53, Shacklefords, Virginia 23156 Gamett, Sandra Patricia, B.A., English Route 3, Box 175, Emporia, Virginia 23847 Gatewood, Linwood Almorris, B.S., Business Administration 20701 Third Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Gentry, LaVern, B.S., Mathematics 1302 N. 35th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Gerald, Linwood Morris Jr., B.S., Business Administration 20701 Third Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Gilliam, Delois, B.A., Sociology Route 1, Box 289A, Capron, Virginia Gilliam, Helena Virginia, B.S., Elementary Education 406 Federal Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Glenn, Warren Alonzo, B.A., History Glover, Donna Delores, B.S., Special Education 1408 T Street S.E., Washington, D.C. 20020 Glover, Willie Lee, B.S., Industrial Technology 2207 Peach Street, Portsmouth, Virginia Goode, Arnita Watts, B.S., Elementary Education 1300 Beazley Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Goode, Pearl Delores, B.S., Elementary Education 1641 Talley Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Gordon, Morris Allen, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 14009 Ramblewood Drive, Chester, Virginia 23831 Gordon, Toni Renee, B.S., Special Education 316 Covery Blvd., Perth Amboy, N.J. 08861 Grant, Sylvia, B.A., English 745 Nance Drive, Apt. 4, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Graves, Gail Yolanda, B.S., Elementary Education 2234 Linda Lane Apt. 4, Petersburg, Virginia 28803 Gray, Alberta Belle, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 96 B, Faber, Virginia 22938 Gray, Lloyd Celestine, B.S., Business Education Route 1, Box 190F, Glen Allen, Virginia 23060 Gray, Ronald Irvin, B.S., Microbiology Route 2, Box 213, Waverly, Virginia 23890 Gray, Thelma Louise, B.S., Special Education Route 4, Box 21-D, Waverly, Virginia 23890 Gregory, Cynthia Delores, B.S., Physics 1612 Whittamore Road, Chesapeake, Virginia 23322 Greene, Leonard Avon, B.S., Business Administration 3513 River Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Gunn, Edward Roy Jr., B.A., English Route 2, Box 196 A, Ringgo, Virgina Gunn, Shirley Whitlock, B.S., Special Education 1235 Thomas Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia Hairston, Clarence Albert, B.S., Geology Route 1, Box 289, Danville, Virginia 24541 Hairston, Patricia Ann, B.A., Sociology Route 1, Box 180-A, Danville, Virginia 24541 Hamner, Lewis Norvell, B.S., Fine Arts Education 512 Chestnut Avenue, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Hand, Katie Elizabeth, B.S., Public School Music 2611 Perry Street, Hopewell, Virginia 23860 Hardaway, Glinda Faye, B.S., Business Administration 1806 N. Dinwiddie Street, Arlington, Virginia 22207 Graduates Hardy, Jeanette, B.S., Accounting Route 1, Box 118, Wilsons, Virginia 23894 Hargrove, Margaret Ann, B.S., Business Administration Route 2, Box 6, Boydton, Virginia 23917 Hargrove, Susie Patricia, B.S., Biology P.O. Box 507, Clarksville, Virginia 23927 Harper, Lee Jose, B.S., Industrial Technology 2025 South Averill Avenue, Flint, Michigan 48503 Harper, Mary Edith, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 15, Carson, Virginia 23830 Harper, Rose Melindia, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 119-A, Petersburg, Virginia Harper, William Alfred, B.S., Health 8z Physical Education 2004 Luther Blvd., Hopewell, Virginia 23860 Harris, Alma Geraldine, B.S., Industrial Arts Education Route 7, Box 298, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Harris, James Henry, B.S., Business Administration 20809 Matoaca Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Harris, Cozette, B.A., English Route 1, Box 110, Callsnds, Virginia 24530 Harris, David Gerald B.S., Business Administration 1202 Elmwood Drive, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Harris, Marion Virginia, B.S., Elementary Education P.O.Box 981, Mckenney, Virginia 23872 Harris, Renetta Denise, B.S., Home Economics Education Route 2, Box 343, Smithheld, Virginia 23430 Harris, Shirley Conrad Jr., B.S., Ag. Education 4 Princess Court, Apt. 2, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Harris, Wands Mae, B.S., Accounting 216 Artis Street, Franklin, Virginia Harris, Yvonne Barley, B.S., Chemistry Route 2, Box 218, Amelia, Virginia 23802 Harrison, Vera Mae, B.S., Business Education Route 1, Box 65, Spring Grove, Virginia 23881 Harvey, Larry McCoy, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education B31 Coolspring Street, Franklin, Virginia 23851 Hawkes, Clifton Allen, B.S., Microbiology Route 3, Box 89, Blackstone, Virginia 23824 Hawkins, Constance Elaine, B.S., Health dz Physical Educa- tion 20203 Rowanty Ct., Apt, 5, Ettrick, Virginia Hawkins, Rudy Lee, B.S., Health 8a Physical Education Route 4, Box 76-A, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Hayes, Pauline Virginia, B.S., Recreation Education Route 1, Box 394, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841 Henderson, Van Bemard, B.A., Political Science 845 Augusta Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Hicks, Yvonne LaVem, B.S., Special Education Route 1, Box 165, DeWitt, Virginia 23840 Hill, Benita Lannie, B.S., Special Education 427 Halifax St., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Hill, Constance Marie, B.S., Geology 2007 Seldon Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Hill, Delores Retta, B.S., Physical Education dz Health St. Stephens Church, Virginia 23148 Hill, Glida Paulette, B.S., Biology Route 2, Box 248-A, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Hill, Joseph Ralph, B.S., Agriculture Education Route 1, Box 137, Newsomes, Virginia 23874 Hinton, Gail Patricia, B.S., Public School Music 400 Mars St., Apt. 8-A, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Hit, Thomas William, B.S., Accounting Route 2, Box 196, C-43, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Hobbs, Samuel Lincoln Jr., B.S., Agriculture 400 Mars St., Apt. 19-B, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Holcomb, Deborah Evelyn, B.S., Business Administration Route 1, Box 283, Farmville, Virginia 23901 Holley, James Jr., B.S., Biology 2109 Lansing Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia 23704 Holloman, Gloria Jean, B.S., Business Education 3012 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456 Holmes, Kenneth Ray, B.S., Industrial Arts Education Route 1, Box 28, Disputanta, Virginia 23842 Hudgins, Claudine Yvonne, B.S., Special Education 375 Yorktown Road, Tabb, Virginia 23602 Hunt, Ruth Inez, B.S., Business Education 13711 Lynn Street, Apt. 11, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 Hunt, Thomas Gamer, B.S., Business Administration 1927 Matoax Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Jackson, Alfred, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 6 Salem Ct., Apt. 1, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Jackson, Anna Marie, B.S., Social Studies Education 1535 Halifax Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Jackson, Cecile Gwendolyn, B.A., Sociology 305 Tucker Street, Lakeland, Florida Jackson, Laura Jeanette, B.S., Business Administration Route 1, Box 37, Gordonsville, Virginia 22942 Jackson, Sandra Durant, B.S., Home Economics Education 3117 Dupuy Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Jackson, Willie Motina, B.S., Health Sa Physical Education 2106 N. Emerson St., Arlington, Virginia 22207 James, Jesse Lee, B.S., Agriculture Education 1833 Williams St., Apt. 310, Denver, Colorado 80218 Jeffress, Tays Arthur l'II, B.S., Accounting 189 White St., Danville, Virginia 24541 Jenkins, Pinnie Lee, B.S., Elementary Education 402 Lincoln St., Franklin, Virginia 23851 Jennings, Dwight Lamont, B.S., Public School Music 324 Grove Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Jett, Brenda Gaye, B.S., Elementary Education 20831 River Road Terrace Apts. Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Johnson, Brenda Hicks, B.S., Business Administration 20831 River Road Terrace Apts., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Johnson, Connie Jones, B.S., Business Administration 316 Harrison St., Apt. 3, Lynchburg, Virginia 24504 Johnson, George Frank, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 2824 Griffin Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Johnson, Gwendolyn Gayle, B.S., Business Education Route 2, Box 258, Spotsylvania, Virginia 22553 Johnson Leon Nelson III, B.S., Social Studies Education Route 1, Box 518, Alton, Virginia 24520 Johnson, Marilyn Kusells, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 283, Orange, Virginia 22960 Johnson, Lamar Richard, B.S., Business Administration 111 Homestead Drive, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Jones, Barbara Jean, B.S., Business Education Route 2, Box 188-A, Blackstone, Virginia 23824 Jones, Bernard Richardo, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 633-D Cherbourg Road, Fort Lee, Virginia 23801 Jones, Beverly Grantham, B.A., Sociology 615 Nance Drive, Apt. 1, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Jones, Carolyn Ann, B.S., Business Education 1437 Winder Drive, Norfolk, Virginia 23509 Jones, Jacqueline Barksdale, B.S., Library Science 605 South Main Street, Danville, Virginia 24541 Jones, Janet Regina, B.S., Elementary Education Route 2, Box 174, Disputanta, Virginia 23842 Jones, Larry Donnell, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 916 Douglas Court, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Jones, Lynwood Nathan, B.S., Public School Music 1909 N. Dinwiddie Street, Arlington, Virginia 22207 Jones, Mildred Wionna, B.S., Home Economics Education Box 226, Weems, Virginia 22576 Jones, Norman Randolph, B.S., Industrial Technology 2300 Cecil Road, Richmond, Virginia 22323 Jones, Roy Parnell, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 345, Freeman, Virginia 23856 Jones, Valerie Marie, B.S., Mathematics 753 Denison Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23513 Jones, Velma Park, B.S., Biology Route 1, Box 262, Buckingham, Virginia 23921 Jordan, Stanley Edward, B.S., Business Administration 420 N. 19th St., N.E., Washington, D.C. 20002 Jordan, Theresa Ann, B.S,, Public School Music 351 Carver Circle, Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 Joyner, John Jasper, B.S,, Agriculture Education Route 1, Box 262, Capron, Virginia 23829 Kamper, Joel Sidney, B.S., Industrial Technology 5733 Westover Village Drive, Richmond, Virginia Keen, Debbie Jean, B.S., Home Economics Education Route 4, Box 416, Martinsville, Virginia 24112 Keith, Gail Louise, B.S., Fine Arts Education 2534 11th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 Kennedy, William Cleophus Jr., B.S., Health Kr Physical Education 1677 Kenmore St., S.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30311 Kish, Kevin Duane, B.A., History 95 Highfield Avenue, Matawan, N.J. 07747 King, LaVem Renea, B.S., Psychology 20805 River Terrace Apts,, Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Kvasnicka, Virginia Miller, B.S., Biology 1120 South Blvd., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Landis, Carolyn Yvonne, B.S., Business Education 4 Russell Road, Hampton, Virginia 23666 Lane, Marilyn LaVon, B.S., Health Kr Physical Education 3008 Orcutt Avenue, Newport News, Virginia 23607 Lane, Ruby Marjorie, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 7.C, Surry, Virginia 23883 Latimore, Randolph Hayes, B.S., Elementary Education 1331 Coalter St., Apt. A., Richmond, Virginia Leary, Dedra Regina, B.S., Public School Music 1021 Fitchett Avenue, Chesapeake, Virginia 23324 Graduates Lee, George Roosevelt, B.S., Elementary Education 1347 Oak Drive, Willaimsburg, Virginia Lee, Neal Coolidge, B.A., French Route 1, Box 57H, Montrose, Virginia 22520 Lee, Wanda Fem, B.S., Fine Arts Education 2306 Greenwood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Lee, William LeRoy, B.S., Special Education 2435 Centre Avenue, N.W., Roanoke, Virginia Lewis, Barbara Lynn, B.A., English 1095 University Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10452 Lewis, Lester Byrd, B.S., Biology Route 3, Box 335, Williamsburg, Virginia Lewis, Wilhelmina Jeannette, B.S., Public School Music 1209 Howard St., Raleigh, N.C. 27610 Little, Shelia D., B.A., Sociology 1328 Baylors Lane, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Logan, Gazette, B.A., Spanish Route 1, Box B8-A, Blairs, Virginia 24527 Long, Edna Samuels, B.S., Business Administration 7355 Ridgewater Court, 304, Glen Bumie, Md. 21061 Lucas, Joel Andre, B.S., Voc. Ind. Education 4000 21st St., N.E., Washington, D.C. 20018 Lundy, Milton Francis, B.S., Business Administration 5828 7th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20011 McCaskill, Millicent Gloria, B.S., Mathematics 218 N. 56th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19139 McCauley, Ruthena Faye, B.S., Special Education 1432 Monroe Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. McCollum, Marie Antionette, B.S., Psychology 450 Baltimore St., Abingdon, Virginia 24210 McGee, Mary Claibome, B.S., Social Studies Education Route 1, Box 311, Hopewell, Virginia 23890 McGill, Sylvia Kay, B.A., Sociology P.O. Box 115, Millwood, Virginia 22646 McLeod, Bettye Theresa, B.S., Public School Music 1415 N. Broadway, Baltimore, Md. 21213 McLeod, Vivian Delores, B.S., Biology 717 N. 24th St., Richmond, Virginia McNeely, Beverly, B.S., Accounting 780 Concourse Village West, Bronx, N.Y. 10451 McManus, Letitia Anne, B.S., Library Science 72 W. Clopton St., Richmond, Virginia 23224 Maclin, Jacqueline LaFranz, B.A., History 11 Forest Lane, Glastonbury, Conn. 06033 Madison, Nathaniel James, B.S., Business Administration 1717 Dupree At., N.W., Roanoke, Virginia Mallory, Daniel Olanda, B.S., Business Administration Route 1, Box 181, Meredithville, Virginia 23873 Mangum, Louteea Jestine, B.S., Textiles Er Clothing P.O. Box 391, Franklin, Virginia 23851 Marsh, Victor Riccardi, B.S., Economics 1201 Yorkshire Road, Martinsville, Virginia Martin, Douglas Kent, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 3046 Mt. Clair Road, Chester Virginia Mason, Barbara Ann, B.S., Psychology 1457 Ferndale Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Mason, James Lester, B.S., Agriculture Business Route 2, Box 174-B, Emporia, Virginia 23847 Mason, Janice Merceida, B.A., Sociology 9807 Woodland Avenue, Lanham, Md., 20801 May, Karen Minnette, B.A., History 11656 S. Lowe St., Chicago, Ill. 60628 Mayer, Eva Christine, B.S., Elementary Education 208 Holly Hill Drive, Petersburg, Virginia Maynor, Brenda Joyce, B.S., Secretarial Administration P.O. Box 125, St. Pauls, N.C, 28384 Mays, Rose Mary, B.S., Home Economics Education Route 1, Box 92, Warfield, Virginia 23889 Meekins, Marsha Meredith, B.S., Public School Music 1125 N. 27th St., Richmond, Virginia 23223 Miles, Katherine Watson, B.S., Elementary Education 1011 Melville Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Miller, Arvella Ramona, B.S., Elementary Education 118 Halifax Street, Oxford, N.C. 27565 Minnis, Katie Ann, B.A., Sociology Route 1, Box 93, Big Island, Virginia 24526 Minor, Tremon Lee, B.S., Ag. Econ. Route 1, Box 247, Montpelier, Virginia 23192 Mitchell, Arthur Alexander, B.S., Health K: Physical Education 813 Edgehill Road, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Mitchell, Carol Ann, B.A., French Route 1, Box 120, Wilsons, Virginia 23894 Mitchell, Roddy G., B.S., Ag. Business Route 1, Box 925, Montpelier, Virginia 23192 Moore, Karen Lynn, B.S., Psychology 33 Marlboro Street, Hamden, Conn. 06517 Moore, Larry Damell, B.S., Industrial Arts Education Route 2, Box 89, Penhook, Virginia 24137 Morgan, Andrea, B,S., Health 8: Physical Education 2606 A. Seminary Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Morgan, Carolyn D., B.S., Elementary Education 1717 North 20th St,, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Morgan, Kahlita Patrice, B.A., Sociology 3936 First St., S.W., Washington D.C. 20032 Morgan, Thomas Henry, B.S., Business Administration 4-40 Harding Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Motley, Belita Renee, B.A., History 301 West Queen Lane Apt. 1301, Philadelphia, Pa. 19144 Murphy, Gloria Ann, B.S., Business Administration 1228 Hanover Avenue, N.W., Roanoke, Virginia Newby, Henrietta Denise, B.S., Accounting 347 Ivy Home Road, Hampton, Virginia 23669 Newman, Joseph LeGaff, B.S., Accounting P.O. Box 782, South Boston, Virginia 24592 Newsome, George Rayfield, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 12414 Lewis Road, Chester, Virginia 23831 Nicholas, William Edward, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education Route 1, Box 181, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841 Northington, Marquette Van Dyke, B.S., Accounting 6406 Avon Road, Norfolk, Virginia Nunnally, Craddock James Jr., B.S., Business Administration Route 8, Box 191, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Onyedibia, Adiela Raphael, B.A., English 6309 River Road, Matoaca, Virginia 23803 Outlaw, Jeanette M., B.A., Political Science 432 James Avenue, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Outlaw, Shelia Dianne, B.S., Elementary Education 107 South 6th Street, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Owen, Jacqueline Antionette, B.A., English Route 1, Box 10, Vemon Hill, Virginia 24597 Parker, Michael Anthony, B.S., Industrial Arts Education Route 2, Box 177, Ruther Glen, Virginia Patillo, George Rodgers Jr., B.S., Ag. Business Route 1, Box 113D-1, Portsmouth, Virginia 23703 Pender, Clyde, B.S., Industrial Arts Education 2333 Dunedin Drive, Apt. 1, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Pendleton, Rita Ann, B.A., History 1703 East-West Highway 194220, Silver Springs, Md. Penn, Johnette Marie, B.S., Special Education 1230 London Avenue, N.W., Roanoke, Virginia Perry, Margo Vivian, B.S., Business Education 304 Council Road, Franklin, Virginia Peterson, Ora Mae, B.S., Elementary Education 1114 Hilton Place, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Phillips, Linda Arlene, B.S., Business Education Route 1, Box 56, Capron, Virginia 23829 Phillips, Ora Ernestine, B.S., Home Economics Education 930 Lee Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Poindexter, Barbara Jean, B.S., Fine Arts Education Route 8, Box 459, Charlottesville, Virginia Pope, Anna Geraldine, B.S., Business Administration Route 2, Box 368, Wicomico Church, Virginia 22579 Pope, Melvin Collins, B.S., Mathematics 2118 Fairmont Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Porter, Irwin Gerald, B.S., Business Administration 3111 Salters St., Newport News, Virginia 23607 I Powell, Dorothy Lavem, B.S., Business Administration 30 A Shore Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Price, Wendy Denise, B.S., Business Education 914 North Avenue, Newport News, Virginia 23605 Prude, Sandra Saunders, B.S., Special Education 620 Windham At., 512, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Pruden, Charlie Jr., B.S., Business Administration 720 Gardner Street, Franklin, Virginia Quarles, Barbara Retta, B.S., Business Education Route 2, Box 14, Louisa, Virginia 23093 Raines, Sadie, B.S., Economics 20904 Third Avenue, Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Ransburg, Donald Ray, B.S., Industrial Technology 5325 Kennedy Drive, Shreveport, Louisana 71109 Redd, Frances Elder, B.S., Home Economics Education 3503 Main Street, Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Redmond, Harolyn Cecilia, B.A., Sociology RFD 1, Box 243, West Point, Virginia Graduates Reed, Donald Scott, B.S., Psychology 2342 N. Dinwiddie St., Arlington, Virginia Reese, Early Wendell, B.S., Elementary Education P.0. Box 136, Kenbridge, Virginia 23803 Regis, Fran Pullen, B.S., Elementary Education 13 C Tanglewood Apts., 1700 Johnson Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Reid, Donald Harrison, B.A., Political Science Route 3, Bone 322, Martinsville, Virginia Repass, Valerie Bonita, B.S., Elementary Education 211 Home Street, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Revoner, Dara Joyce, B.S., Psychology 20708 4th Avenue, Apt. R, Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Rhoades, Vema Hawkes, B.S., Elementary Education 2330 Sandy Lane, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Richardson, Carl Bruce, B.S., Voc. Ind. Education Route 1, Box 243 A, Orange, Virginia 22960 Richardson, Freda Louise, B.S., Secretarial Administration 1016 30th Street, Newport News, Virginia 23607 Richie, Georgene Lynette, B.S., Business Education Route 1, Box 42, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841 Ricks, Bonnie Lucinda, B.S., Special Education 305 Sycamore Street, Franklin, Virginia 23851 Ricks, Linda Yvonne, B.A., Sociology Route 2, Box 159, Courtland, Virginia 23837 Roane, Arkell Redmond Jr., B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 2806 Apt. C, Glavin Way, Baltimore, Md. 21234 Robertson, Monroe Ichabord, B.S., Business Administration 13 Ross Court, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Rogers, Jacqueline Zenobia, B.S., Business Education RFD Box 64-G, Pointer, Virginia 23420 Ross, Carol Ann, B.S., Elementary Education Route 4, Box 249, Powhatan, Virginia 23139 Ross, Carl Michael, B.S., Psychology 2129 Oak Lane ffl, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Ross, Leroy Garfield, B.A., Policital Science Route 2, Box 263, Spotsylvania, Virginia 22553 Rucker, Hilda Corinne, B.S., Business Education 1110 Tenth Street, Lynchburg, Virginia Ruffin, Roosevelt, B.S., Accounting Route 2, Box 57-A, Disputanta, Virginia 23842 Russell, James Everett Jr., B.S., Business Administration 131 Pickwick Avenue, Apt. 4, Colonial Heights, Virginia 23834 Samuel, Ebbie Moses Jr., B.A., Sociology 2102 Gamer Terrace, Newport News, Virginia 23607 Samuel, Lillian Blackwell, B.S., Elementary Education 3212 Garrett Street, Richmond, Virginia 23221 Samuels, Carolyn LaVem, B.S., Secretarial Administration 322 Hazel Hill Apts., Fredericksburg, Virginia Sanders, Marvin Louis, B.Mus., Applied Music Route 1, Box 120-B, McClellanville, S.C. Saunders, Larry Junior, B.S., Accounting Route 4, Box 493, Martinsville, Virginia Savage, Cynthia Patricia, B.A., Sociology Route 1, Box 336, Smithfield, Virginia 2340 Savage, Wanda Sue, B.S., Special Education 131 Ivy Home Road, Hampton, Virginia 23369 Scott, Alexis Darlene, B.S., Psychology P.O. Box 11, Sedley, Virginia Scott, Anthony Madison, B.S., Psychology 6370 Linsdale, Detroit, Michigan Scott, Edgar Lee, B.S., Business Administration 612 Spotswood St., Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401 Scoot, Judith Merthia, B.S., Microbiology 1017 Truman Road, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Scott, Leon Byers, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 612 Spotswood St., Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401 Scruggs, Vivian Lucille, B.S., Special Education Route 1, Box 48, Bremo Bluff, Virginia 23022 Seymore, Paula Yvonne, B.S., Public School Music 511 Causey Avenue, Suffolk, Virginia 23434 Shands, Shirdeaner, B.S., Psychology 4600 Winterbourne Drive, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Shands, Vivian Dinett, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 189, Stony Creek, Virginia 23882 Skalsky, Brenda Sober, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 174, Disputanta, Virginia 23842 Smalls, Geraldine, B.S., Business Education 728 Burgess Avenue, Hampton, Virginia 23664 Smith, Alice Tean, B.S., Home Economics Education Route 1, Box 233, South Hill, Virginia 23970 Smith, Alma Charlene, B.S., Business Education Route 2, Box 240, Decatur, Tenn, Smith, Charles Dennis, B.S., Business Education 72 Chestnut St., Middleburg, Virginia 22117 Smith, Claudine Delores, B.S., Special Education 3600 Louise Drive, Chester, Virginia 23831 Smith, Darcus Ivey, B.S., Textiles 8: Clothing 3609 Louise Drive, Chester, Virginia 23831 Smith, Michael Anthony, B.S., Accounting P.O. Box 502, Franklin, Virginia Smith, Stephen Charles, B.S., Chemistry 701 Kentucky Avenue, Hampton, Virginia 23361 Sneade, Ronald Wayne, B.S., Business Administration 3109 Greenwood Avenue, Colonial Heights, Virginia Southall, John M, Jr., B.S., Business Administration 3007 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Spencer, Brenda Ann, B.A., English Route 1, Box 318, Buckingham, Virginia Spencer, Charles Lee, B.S., Business Education 107 South Colonial Drive, Hopewell, Virginia Spencer, Cynthia LeMae, B.S., Social Studies Education 3225 Jeter Avenue, Richmond, Virginia Spencer, Marion Elsie, B.S., Elementary Education Route 2, Box 360, Gloucester, Virginia 23061 Spencer, Patricia Lucretia, B.A., Sociology 42 Peary St., Long Island, N.Y. 11798 Steele, Charles Alvin, B.S., Industrial Technology 610 Savannah Avenue, Henrico, Virginia 23222 Stephenson, Judy Cecilia, B.S., Special Education 20410 Church Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Stephenson, Trudy Ernestine, B.S., Special Education 20410 Church Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Stith, James Howard, B.S., Physics Route 1, Box 263, Freeman, Virginia Stovall, Gloria Anne, B.S., Business Administration Route 1, Box 198, Powhatan, Virginia 23139 2 Strong, Hobert Larry, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 1205 Maxine Road, Martinsville, Virginia 24112 Sullins, Allan Davidson, B.S., Industrial Technology 20809 River Terrace Apts., Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Sutherlin, Camilla Mable, B.S., Home Economics Education Box 211, Hartiield, Virginia 23071 Switzer, Mary Lynne, B.S., Library Science Route 3, Box 41 T 202, Prince George, Virginia 23875 Taylor, Delois Elan, B.S., Business Administration 405 Madison Street, Franklin, Virginia 23851 Taylor, Lavem, B.S., Business Administration Route 2, Box 272, Natalie, Virginia 24577 Taylor, Linwood McDonald, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 81-D, Yale, Virginia Taylor, Patricia Arlene, B.S., Elmentary Education 5313 Halter Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23502 Taylor, Shirley Eugene Jr., B.S., Accounting 2609 North Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Taylor, Shirley Fitzgerald, B.S., Elmentary Education B18 Rosemont Street, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Taylor, Walter Nolan, B.S., Agriculture Education Box 5, Walkerton, Virginia 23177 Thomas, Reginald Algemon, B.S., Business Administration 1124 13th St., N.W., Roanoke, Virginia Thompson, Ronnie Cassell, B.S., Economics Route 1, Box 52, Charles City, Virginia 23030 Thurston, Joyce Maureen, B.S., Business Education Route 1, Box 241, Louisa, Virginia 23093 Tolson, Larry Andre, B.S., Mathematics Route 1, Box, Zacata, Virginia 22581 Tose, Gwendolyn Lodell, B.A., Sociology 105 Oakmont Circle, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185 Toulson, Kermit LaVander, B.S., Agriculture Education Route 1, Box 6A1, Reedville, Virginia 22539 Townsend, Brenda Sue, B.S., Elmentaiy Education P.O. Box 351, Keysville, Virginia 23947 Townsend, Howard Edward III, B.S., Health Q Physical Educa- tion P.0. Box 351, Keysville, Virginia 23947 Travis, David Byrd, B.S., Ag. Business Route 2, Box 76, Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868 Tucker, Linda Gayle, B.S., Psychology Route 1, Box 229B, Halifax, Virginia 24558 Tucker, Phyllis Brown, B.S., Home Economics Education 816-1 Southem Avenue, S.E., Washington, D.C. Tucker, Mary Smith, B.S., Elementary Education 20201 Rowanty Court, Apt. 10, Ettrick, Virginia 23803 Tucker, William Elmore, B.S., Business Administration 1202 Darley Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 21218 Tune, Barbara Anne, B.S., Health 8: Physical Education 101 East Poe Street 423, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Turner, Elroy Brasdale, B.S., Chemistry 1368 Webster Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10456 Graduates Tynes, James Robert, B.A., Political Science Route 1, Box 15, Carrollton, Virginia 23314 Urquhart, Lucy Lynette, B.A., Sociology Route 1, Box 155, Newsomes, Virginia 23874 Valentine, Claudette Elise, B.S., Psychology 435 South Sycamore St., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Wallace, Ada Carter, B.A., Sociology 1802 Texn Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Walton, Carolyn Yvonne, B.S., Special Education 702 Second St., Martinsville, Virginia 24112 Walton, Dorothy Mae, B.S., Business Education 467 Bmce St., Franklin, Virginia 23851 Walton, Emest Lee, B.A., English Route 1, Box 232, Keysville, Virginia 23947 Walters, Jacqueline Victoria, B.S., Home Economics Educa- tion Ware, Anthony 0 William, B.S., Psychology 847 Berckman St., Plainfield, N.J. 07062 Ware, David Eric, B.S,, Accounting 1318 Custer St., Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Washington, Sylvia Lorraine, B.S., Social Studies Education 12 Mountbatten Ct., Apt. 101, Baltimore, Md. 21207 Watson, Bernice LaVeme, B.S., Special Education Route 2, Box 83-A, Crewe, Virginia 23930 Watts, Rita Louise, B.A., Spanish 510 Roosevelt Blvd., Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 Weaver, Virginia Delois, B.S., Psychology 1216 Iron Forge Road, Dist, Heights, MD. 20028 Welch, Yvonne Percilla, B.S., Special Education 200 Drummond Avenue, Neptune, N.J. 07753 Wells, Clifford Bemard, B.S., Industrial Arts Education Route 1, Box 99, Jarratt, Virginia Whirley, Gregory Anton, B.S., Accounting 1103 Kruper St., Hopewell, Virginia 23860 Whisonant, James Archer, B.S., Agronomy Route 1, Box 88, South Hill, Virginia 23970 White, Deborah Jean, B.S., Elementary Education 328 Halsey St., Plainield, N.J. 07063 White, Edward, B.S, Business Education Route 2, Box 95, Orange, Virginia White, James Charles, B.S., Business Education 404 Fairvi.' Avenue, North Wales, Pa. gs Wilbom, Joyce Yvonne, B.S., Geology 1103 E. Broolrland Pk. Blvd., Richmond, Virginia 23222 Wiley, Louerins Burletta, B.A,, Spanish 517 Squaw Alley, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Wiley, Ronald Junius, B.S., Business Administration 400 Mars St., Apt, 19C, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Wiley, Shirley Blue, B,S., Special Education 3821 Echoway Road, Richmond, Virginia 23234 Williams, Andrew Jr., B.S., Fine Arts Education 1001 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Williams, Andrew, B.S., Ag. 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Box 201, Cheriton, Virginia 23316 Williams, Linda Faye, B.S., Public School Music 431 Gregg Avenue, Marion, S.C. 29571 Williams, Patricia Ann, B.S., Home Economics Education 1464 Old Virginia Beach Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23453 Willis, Clover Patricia, B.S., Elementary Education 2206 Fairfield Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23223 Wilson, Daniel Ronnie, B.S., Industrial Technology Route 2, Box 573, Smithfield, Virginia 23430 Wilson, Jennie Alvicia, B.S., Elementary Education Route 1, Box 822, Ringfield, Virginia 24586 Wilson, Patricia Vaughn, B.S., Business Education 8 Salem Ct., Apt. 1, Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Wilson, Phyllis Lorraine, B.S., Chemistry 1207 North Pitt Street, Alexandria, Virginia 23313 Witherspoon, Patricia Ann, B.S., Elementary Education 1304 Highland Avenue, Elizabeth, N.C., 27909 Woodson, Lawrence Eugene, B.S., Business Education Wormley, Delma Diane, B.SL, Elementary Education 9 Lexington Avenue, Montclair, N.J. 07042 Wright, Bennie Jr., B.S., Industrial Technology 1104 Home Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia Wright, Berley Louise, B.A., English 207 W. Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222 Wright, Milloyd David, B.S., Business Administration Route 1, Box 294-A, Capmn, Virginia Wright, Patricia Natalie, B.S., Elementary Education 1562 Park Blvd., Camden, N.J. 08103 Yancey, Reginald Robert, B.S., Accounting 5440 Nutmeg Court, Richmond, Virginia 23225 Yerby, Wayne 0'Neil, B.S., Economics Box 139, Weems, Virginia 22576 Yates, Sharon Bonner, B.A., English Route 2, Box 119B, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841 Roane, Walter Thomas, B.S., Recreation Education Box 21, Mattaponi, Virginia TFTLE Administrative Offices Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Mu Gamma Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Phi Omega American Guild of Organists Art Club Attendants to Misa VSC Baptist Chi1dren's Home Beta Beta Beta Beta Kappa Chi Big Brothers and Big Sisters Campus Kids Campus Life Cheerleaders Chess Club Concert Choir Counseling Center Counseling Services Dedication Delta Sigma Theta Developmental Studies Editorial Comment Esquirea and Mademoiselles Esquiselles Farewell to Miss VSC Foreign Students FRESHMEN ' Alexander, D. .... Branch, P. Braxton, C. ..,. Cooke, H. Cowling, C. . . . Foster, A. Foster, C.. . . Harris, N. Hams, Y. .... Jamerson, P. Jamerson, W. . . . Langley, L. Lee, B.. . . Marks, S. Means, A. . . . Pretlow, P. Pulley, L. . . . Smith, A. Smith, B. . . . Wallace, K. Wanser, C. . . . Ysrhorough, K. Funkadelics Show Graduate Studies Graduation Groove Phi Groove History and Social Studies Club Homecoming Homecoming Day Homecoming Half time Homecoming Parade I Phelta Thi Iota Phi Theta JUNIORS Alexander, S. . . . Beloate, P. Blount, W. . . . Brown, M. Brown, S. . . . Cowling, B. Cox, M.. . .Fain, G. Fields, D. . . . Hawkins, B. Holmes, L. . . . Lawson, E. Norrell, S. . . . Mayo, S. Mitchell, P. . . .Pinchback, C. Powell, J. . . . Simon, G. Smith, E. . . . Walker, L. 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Kappa Alpha Psi Leaming Resources Center Little Miss Trojan Marching 110 Mathematics Club Miss ROTC and Court Miss VSC Moddis Phi Moddis Non Phi Non Office of Minority Business Enterprises Omega Mardi Gras Omega Psi Phi Pan-Hellenic Council Parade Spectators Parents' Weekend Party Phi Party Pep Rally and Bontire Pershing Angels Pershing Rifles Phi Beta Sigma Political Science Club Pre-Medical Society President Russell Project Outreach QUEEN S Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Miss Branch Hall Miss Cheerleader Miss Delta Sigma Theta Miss Eggleston Hall Miss Home Economics Miss Howard Hall Miss Kappa Alpha Psi Miss Langston Hall Miss Mademoiselle Misa Moddis Phi Moddis Miss Non Phi Non Miss Party Phi Party Miss Pershing Angels Miss Pershing Rifles Miss Phi Beta Sigma Miss Puryaar Hall Miss Reserve Officers' Training Corps Miss Seward Manor Miss Student Christian Association Miss Student Publications Miss Theater Guild Miss Trinkle Hall Miss Vets of State Misa Virginia State Candidates Miss Whiting Hall Reserve Officers' Training Corps School of Business Administration School of Continuing Education School of Education School of Humanities and Social Studies School of Science and Technology Secretarial Administration Club Senior Action Senior Directory PAGE 53 105 183-184 225 234-235 122 253 210 112 109 181 200-201 103 96 227 196-197 114 226 107 106 98 120 118 174 124 218-225 219 219 221 225 220 218 222 219 225 225 220 222 224 223 223 223 224 223 224 220 220 222 224 221 221-225 218 252 187 189 185 186 188 127 87 257-262 ,, ,ers 1. . ..,. T.- - ,..,,...,... ws! THLE SENIORS ' Adams, W. . . . Baaklield, J. Baylor, C. . . . Bonner, N. Boone, J. . . . Brown, E. Brown, F. . . . Caldwell, R. Carter, A. . . .Claybome, C. Clayton, P. . . . Conley, R. Conner, S. . . . Dale, T. Daniels, R. . . . Drayton, R. Duke, V. . . . Fitzgerald, V. Flanagan, A. .. . . Friend, H. Fuller, A. . . . Gilliam, D. Goode, A. . . .1-Iairston, C. Hall, M. . . , Harris, Y. Harrison, V. . . .Hill,J. Holcomb, D. . . . James, J. Jeffress, T. . . .Jones, B. Jones, B. . . . Jordan, T. Joyner, J. . . .Lee, W. Lemon, A. . . . McCauley and Brant Mack, A. . . . May, K. Mays, R. . . . Mitchell, C. Mitchell, R. . . . Parham, K. Payne, S. . . . Prude, S. Redmond, H. . . . Rufiin, R. Samuel, E. . . . Scruggs, V. Seymour, P. . . . Spencer, C. Spencer, P. . . .Taylor, M. Taylor, P. . . . Townsend, H. Travis, D, . . .Washington, S. Watson, B. . . . Williams, D. Williams, F. . . . Wilson, E. Wilson, J. . . . Yuille, H. Service Departments Sigma Gamma Rho SOPHOMORES Adams, E. . . . Brooks, L. Brown, C. . . . Darden, M. Davis, J. . . . Harper, T. Harris, C. .' . . Johnson, S. Johnson, S.V. . . . Lovett, N. Mack, A. . . . Patterson, L. Perkins, R. . . . Smith, A. Smith, R. . . . Watterson, J. Wells, K. . . . Young, L. Soft Tones Show Special Services Sports Student Christian Association Synchronized Swim Club Talent Search Talent Show The TROJAN The Virginia Statesman Theater Guild Trussell Upward Bound Vets of State Whiting Hall Cabinet Who's Who Zeta Phi Beta PAGE 54-86 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 180 104 32-41 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 4 1 230 179 134- 1 69 1 14 1 17 248 198- 199 240-241 238-239 236-237 231 249 126 131 254 99 .F -- vw M . sf The End Damn It! I


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