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THE 1986 TIGE 





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LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



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THE 1986 TIGER 
Volume XXXVIII 




Savannah State College is a four-year, co-educational unit of the Universi- 
ty System of Georgia, strongly committed to the development of the intel- 
lectual, social, and professional competence of individuals. Recognizing its 
historic commitment to the educational needs of the Black student as 
mandated in its original charter of 1890, the College offers quality educa- 
tion to all students. The Institution offers programs designed to assist 
students to become active and creative citizens and to attain their fullest 
spiritual and moral stature. 




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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



Dear Students and Friends: 

The 1986 "Tiger" is a permanent record of the high- 
lights and achievements that took place at Savannah State 
College during this academic year. This yearbook will be 
important to you, especially in later years, because it 
will transcend time and space in regard to some of your 
most precious memories and achievements. This document 
is also concerned with the present. It represents events, 
organizations, activities, sororities, fraternities and 
other events that were special to you during this year. 
It is my fondest wish that you will cherish and appre- 
ciate those wonderful days spent at Savannah State 
that the 1986 "Tiger" will permanently record for pos- 
terity. 

Sincerely , 




Wendell G. Rayb/i/rn 
President 




THE ANNUAL STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief: Valerie M. Andrews 
Advisor: Dr. Charles J. Elmore 



Myra Gordon: Art Editor 
Angela Kelly: Assistant Editor 
Colleen Myers: Organizations Editor 
Kris Posey: Typist 
Derrick Rozier: Sports Editor 
Sebrina Rush: Features Editor 
Kimberly Sanford: Student photographer 
Gene Johnson: Photographer 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Open 1 

President's Message 3 

Table of contents 5 

Classes 6 

Faculty, Staff, and Administration 71 

Homecoming 92 

Sports 104 

Organizations 124 

Features 154 

Editor's Message 159 

Alma Mater 160 



CLASSES 



Graduating Seniors 7 

Seniors 17 

Juniors 21 

Sophomores 33 

Freshmen 47 

Nursery School 65 



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GRADUATING 
SENIORS 






David Allen 
Augusta, Georgia 



Vincent Brown 
Newark, New Jersey 





Terry Cleveland 
Savannah, Georgia 



Rose Cummings 

Savannah, Georgia 

Biology 



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Jacques Curtis 
Savannah, Georgia 



Robin Daniels 

Savannah, Georgia 

Marketing 





Priscilla Davis 
Elberton, Georgia 



Nicolo Dewitt 
Savannah, Georgia 








Jacquelyn Cuspert 

Savannah, Georgia 

Marketing 



Scotty Hall 
Vidalia, Georgia 





Karen Heath 

Savannah, Georgia 

Political Science 



Sophia Hosley 

Milledgevi lie, Georgia 

Home Economics 



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Marsha Johnson 

Hamilton, Georgia 

Early Childhood 



James Melvin 

Montezuma, Georgia 

Marketing 





Sharon Mungin 

Savannah, Georgia 

Biology 



Tracey Parnell 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Mass Communications 



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Sandra Payton 

Valdosta, Georgia 

Mass Communications 



Philip Reeves 

Meansville, Georgia 

Mathematics 





Elizabeth Robinson 
Savannah, Georgia 



Minnie Smith 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Angelia Sparrow 
Augusta, Georgia 
Political Science 



Karen Stephens 

Gainsville, Georgia 

General Business 





Ramona Styles 
Savannah, Georgia 



Quilla Swint 
Warrenton, Georgia 



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James Tarver 

Louisville, Georgia 

Art Education 




Clarence Thomas 

Macon, Georgia 

Mass Communications 




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Maria Troup 
Savannah, Georgia 



Timothy Walker 

Utica, New York 

Environmental Studies 



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Sharlene Whitfield 
Columbus, Georgia 
Civil Engineering 



Clifford Wilborn 

Savannah, Georgia 

Electrical Engineering 





George Williams 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Accounting 



Andrea Young 

Savannah, Georgia 

Social Work/Psychology 



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SENIORS 



President: Sharolyn Terry 
Vice-President: Dottie Bohler 
Treasurer: James Melvin 
Miss Senior: Clovis "TREET" Terrell 



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Robert Cosby 
Detroit, Michigan 




Valencia Ferguson 
Savannah, Georgia 



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James Hales 
Savannah, Georgia 




Kim McGraw 
Savannah, Georgia 




Richard Nelson 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Frenchie Parker 
Savannah, Georgia 








Gwen Patterson 
Savannah, Georgia 




Theophilus Reese 
Sandersville, Georgia 




Eddie Stanford 
Brunswick, Georgia 




Katherine Stevens 
Jones, Georgia 




Patricia Taylor 
Augusta, Georgia 



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JUNIORS 



President: Jeffrey Jaudon 
Miss Junior: Penny Tyus 



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Sabrina Adams 
Milledgeville, Georgia 




Alecia Ammons 
Rome, Georgia 




Sharon Avery 
Wrens, Georgia 




George Axon, Jr. 
Savannah, Georgia 




Earl Bailey 
Jesup, Georgia 




Denise Brown 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Hosie Bryant 
Savannah, Georgia 




Lemile Chandler 
Valdosta, Georgia 




Millicent Chisolm 
Charleston, South Carolina 




Julie Copeland 
Sparta, Georgia 




Tamara Davis 
Macon, Georgia 




Sheila DeShazior 
Miami, Florida 



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Richard Dinkins 
Savannah, Georgia 




Curtis Doe, Jr. 
Warner Robins, Georgia 




Craig Douglas 
Newark, New Jersey 




Eugene Earls 
Gainsville, Georgia 




Eric Ellison 
Savannah, Georgia 




John Fambrough 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Gladys Fields 
Savannah, Georgia 




Cynthia Green 
Augusta, Georgia 




Keith Green 
Savannah, Georgia 




George Harper 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Michael Harvey 
Waycross, Georgia 




Diahn Hollingworth 
Columbus, Georgia 



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Willie Horton 
Savannah, Georgia 




Danny Howard 
Augusta, Georgia 




Jeffrey Jaudon 
Brunswick, Georgia 




Kim Jones 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Russell Jones 
Newbern, North Carolina 




Troy Jordan 
Wrens, Georgia 



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Alnita Lasseter 
Perry, Georgia 




Yasma Lemon 
Darien, Georgia 




Kimberly Lucious 
Columbus, Georgia 




Dionne Lloyd 
Savannah, Georgia 




Marquita Marshall 
Savannah, Georgia 




Darryl Mason 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Toby McGirt 
Savannah, Georgia 




Henry Moore II 
Savannah, Georgia 




Walter Moore 
Hinesville, Georgia 




Bobby Outlaw 
Waynesboro, Georgia 



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Savannah, Georgia 




Charles Peterson 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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John Powell 
Athens, Georgia 




Marcus Roberts 
Sylvania, Georgia 




Theresa Sheppard 
Sylvania Georgia 




Ruby Stewart 
Savannah, Georgia 




Ursula Terrentine 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Timothy Thomas 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Nadean Walker 
Waynesboro, Georgia 



Saundra Wallace 
Savannah, Georgia 




Areta Watts 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Jacqueline Wesby 
Waynesboro, Georgia 




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Savannah, Georgia 




Trina Wilkerson 
Claxton, Georgia 



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Kasanthia Wilkins 
Augusta, Georgia 




Cail Williams 
Tybee Island, Georgia 




Chelsia Williams 
LaGrange, Georgia 




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Augusta, Georgia 




Helenda Williams 
Atlanta, Georgia 





Tammie Wright 
Augusta, Georgia 



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Athens, Georgia 



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SOPHOMORES 



President: Kimberly Sanford 
Vice-President: Broderick Brown 
Miss Sophomore: Stacey Williams 



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William Cherry 
Macon, Georgia 



Alvin Collins, Jr. 
Savannah, Georgia 




Sylvia Curtis 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Ronald Day 
Mt. Vernon, Georgia 



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Nassau, Bahamas 




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Drexel Clark 
Augusta, Georgia 



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Valery Anderson 
Dublin, Georgia 




Anthony Atkins 
Savannah, Georgia 




Amelia Baker 
Covington, Georgia 




Rochielle Bevans 
Nassau, Bahamas 




Mashelden Ellis-Binns 
Athens, Georgia 




Michelle Brown 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Caterine Edwards 
Savannah, Georgia 




Kenneth Flowe 
New York, New York 





Sandy Fullwood 
Dublin, Georgia 



Anita Fussell 
Brunswick, Georgia 




Pennie Graves 
Atlanta, Georgia 







Jackie Gray 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Eugenia Harrison 
Lincolnton, Georgia 




Regenia Harrison 
Lincolnton, Georgia 




Gwendolyn Hawes 
Elberton, Georgia 




Melicia Hayes 
Darien, Georgia 




Lisa Hicks 
Savannah, Georgia 




Gary Hill 
Glenwood, Georgia 



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Savannah, Georgia 




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Traci Holmes 
Savannah, Georgia 




Derek Hutchens 
Athens, Georgia 







Rose Jackson 
Dublin, Georgia 




Thomas Johnson 
Waycross, Georgia 




Annette Jones 
Hinesville, Georgia 



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George Jones 
Sylvania, Georgia 




Greg Jones 
Thomasville, Georgia 




James Jones 
Savannah, Georgia 




Promes Life 
White Oak, Georgia 




Karen Long 
Tampa, Florida 




Kecia Mack 
Woodbine, Georgia 



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Faith May 
Wrightsville, Georgia 




Quentina Miller 
Savannah, Georgia 




Iona Morton 
St. Thomas, Virgin Island 




Napoleon Moulder 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Alfornia Neely 
Athens, Georgia 




Melinda Oswell 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Cynthia Outler 
Vidalia, Georgia 




Anderson Phillips III 
Birmingham, Alabama 




Reginald Owens 
Beaufort, South Carolina 




Antoninette Powell 
Charleston, South Carolina 




Alicia Rocker 
Warrenton, Georgia 




Kim Sanford 
Thomaston, Georgia 



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Kim Sharpe 
Atlantic City, New Jersey 





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Savannah, Georgia 



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St. Thomas, Virgin Island 




John Spaulding 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Millen, Georgia 



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Jones, Georgia 



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LaSonya Stovall 
Atlanta, Georgia 




George Swint 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Vonda Talmadge 
Griffin, Georgia 




Kenney Tate 
Hartwell, Georgia 




Janice Tharpe 
Perry, Georgia 




Shirley Thomas 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Darin Thrashes 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Angela Turner 
Dublin, Georgia 




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Antonio Tyson 
Kingland, Georgia 




Till Underwood 
Savannah, Georgia 




Eric Vaughn 
Savannah, Georgia 




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T. Charles Ward 
Dawson, Georgia 



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Marquis Waring 
Savannah, Georgia 



John Watson 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Felise Williams 
Savannah, Georgia 




Garry Williams 
Savannah, Georgia 




Stacey Williams 
Macon, Georgia 



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Crescents of Phi Beta Sigma 





Pyramids of Delta Sigma Theta 




Sphinxmen of Alpha Phi Alpha 



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President: Van Johnson 
Vice-President: Vincent Truett 
Secretary: Selena Ivory 
Treasurer: June Powell 
Miss Freshmen: Kimsherion Reid 



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Sandra Aker 
Jefferson, Georgia 




Illya Allen 
Toccoa, Georgia 







Lisa Alston 
Darian, Georgia 




Theressa Ammons 
Rome, Georgia 




Alicia Anderson 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Jesup, Georgia 



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Gladys Banks 
Macon, Georgia 




Stephanie Barnes 
Elberton, Georgia 





Nina Barnwell 
Powder Springs, Georgia 



Judith Bennett 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Tonya Best 
Savannah, Georgia 




Marcus Bettis 
Chicago, Illinois 



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Donna Booker 
Washington, Georgia 




Derrick Borom 
Columbus, Georgia 




Arlanda Brantly 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 




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Cheri Brice 
Fort Valley, Georgia 





Arnita Broadnax 
Marietta, Georgia 



Monica Brown 
Savannah, Georgia 




Phyllis Brown 
Cochran, Georgia 




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Tony Burch 
Miami, Florida 




Joseph Burroughs 
Savannah, Georgia 




Stephanie Cason 
Savannah, Georgia 





Kavita Coleman 



Gregory Cooper 
Gary, Indiana 





Carla Copps 
Woodbine, Georgia 



Stacey Covington 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Melody Darden 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Monica Davis 
Elberton, Georgia 




Rodney Denson 
Dublin, Georgia 



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Keith Dudley 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Ruby Dunham 
Savannah, Georgia 




LaTrice Edgehill 
Bronx, New York 




Michelle Ellis 
Griffin, Georgia 







Freddie Evans 
Savannah, Georgia 




Prince Fagan II 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Audra Foremen 
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 



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Delores Hicks 
Bartow, Georgia 




Cynthia Hillery 
Brunswick, Georgia 




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Marian Holloway 
Jeffersonville, Georgia 




Ronald Howard 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Larry Jackson 
Bainbridge, Georgia 




Rhonda James 
Hinesville, Georgia 




Durante Footman 
Bainbridge, Georgia 




Pamela Francis 
Sandersville, Georgia 




Sharon Gastin 
Savannah, Georgia 




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Atlanta, Georgia 




Angela Harris 
Savannah, Georgia 




Ta Wanda Harrison 
Swainsboro, Georgia 



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Regina Lassiter 
Augusta, Georgia 




Konstanza Laye 
LaGrange, Georgia 



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Rochelle Lee 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Margo McGruder 
Swainsboro, Georgia 



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Marshall McLeod 
Lyons, Georgia 




Carlina Mincey 
Glenville, Georgia 



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Lori Johnson 
Savannah, Georgia 




Samuel Johnson 
Savannah, Georgia 




Sylvia Johnson 
Athens, Georgia 




Van Johnson 
Brooklyn, New York 




Carla Kirby 
Jesup, Georgia 




Carole Larkin 
Milledgeville, Georgia 



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Canveties Morgan 
Tuskegee, Alabama 




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Lorenza Morris 
Macon, Georgia 




LaMeria Mosley 
Atlanta, Georgia 




William Mosley 
Savannah, Georgia 




Shell Myrick 
Warrenton, Georgia 







Michelle Nichols 
Savannah, Georgia 




Janet Person 
Franklin, Georgia 




Darrick Peterkin 
Fort Dix, New Jersey 




Dawn Pinner 
Atlanta, Georgia 




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Julia Pitts 
Atlanta, Georgia 




June Powell 
Milles, Georgia 




Kathleen Powell 
Bartow, Georgia 



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Sheila Quillion 
Milledgeville, Georgia 




Donna Riggins 
Atlanta, Georgia 







Kelly Roberts 
Rome, Georgia 



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Harlem, Georgia 




Derrick Rozier 
Dublin, Georgia 




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Darin, Georgia 



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Savannah, Georgia 




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Angelique Smith 




Jaison Smith 
Athens, Georgia 




Walter Smith 
Hull, Georgia 




Tammy Stuckey 
Macon, Georgia 




Monica Thomas 
Columbus, Georgia 




Sebrina Tomlin 
Bartow, Georgia 




Vincent Truett 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Shawn Underwood 
Savannah, Georgia 




Brian Vickers 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Michael Vigil 
Norwalk, California 




Inez Wade 
Savannah, Georgia 



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Tonya Washington 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Saundra Whipple 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Donna White 
Waverly, Georgia 




Lisa Willis 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 




Dondra Wilson 
Pearson, Georgia 




Malanie Young 
Savannah, Georgia 




Jonnet York 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Marc Lavalle 





Marques Moore 



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FACULTY, STAFF, 

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PROFESSORS 




O. Fred Becker 
Music 



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Edward Clark, Jr., CDR, USN 
Naval Science 




Kailash Chandra 
Mathematics and Physics 




C. Obi Emeh 
Biology 




Gian Ghuman 
Earth Sciences 



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Lawrence Harris 
History and Political Science 




Frissell Hunter 
Biology 




Lester B. Johnson 
Engineering Technology 



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Pollubhotla V. KrishNamurti 
Biology 




William D. McCarthy 
Business Administration 




Govindan K. Nambiar 
Biology 



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Kamalakar B. Raut 
Chemistry 




Leo G. Parrish, Jr. 
Business 



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Eugene Welch 
Criminal Justice 




Bernard Woodhouse 
Biology 



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ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 






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Barbara Bart 
Marketing 




Annette K. Brock 
Social Sciences 




Charles J. Elmore 
English 




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Albertha Boston 
Business Administration 




Johnny Campbell 
Economics 




Norman B. Elmore 
English 




Matthew Gilligan 
Biology 



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Jeffrey James 
Chemistry 




Otis S. Johnson 
Social Work/Sociology 




Walter W. Leftwich 
Mathematics 



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Jackson McNeil 
Information Systems 




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Joseph P. Richardson 
Marine Biology 




Harpal Singh 
Biology 




Daniel Washington 
Social Sciences 



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ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 





Jan Bogan 
Accounting 




Joan S. Green 
Reading 




William Hahn 
Management 




Lolita P. Harris 
Mass Communications 






Arthur Levy 
Accounting 




Ronald McFadden 
Developmental Studies 






Ahmed Bern Piankhi 
Social Sciences 



Swannie Richards 
Office Administration 



Clara Bain 
Developmental Studies 



INSTRUCTORS 




Albert Barnes 
Social Work and Applied Sociology 




Nathan Coleman 
Business 




Carl J. Davis 
Information Systems 




Alexander Heslin 
Business 




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J.H. Phillbrick 
Business 




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Carol Tapp 
Business 




Lester Lamhut 
Business 



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NAVAL SCIENCE FACULTY AND 

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Buddy E. Arbuckle, Jr., YNC (SS), 

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Administrative Assistant 



Richard Bass, LT, USN 



Edward Clark, Jr., CDR, USN 
Commanding Officer and 
Professor of Naval Science 






Brian D. Carmichael, LT, USN 
Sophomore Instructor 



Ronnie E. Covington, SKC, USN 
Assistant Fiscal Officer 



Ormond C. Fowler, Jr., CDR, 

USN, 

Executive Officer and Associate 

Professor of Naval Science/Senior 

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Archie L. Sanders 




Jerry A. Dalo, LT, USN 
Junior Instructor 



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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 




Wendell G. Rayburn 
President 



Mrs. Beautine Hardwick 
Administrative Assistant 




Charles J. Elmore 
Assistant to the President 



OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 
FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 





Edward J.Hayes 
Vice-President 



Martha K. Stafford 
Secretary to the Vice-President 



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OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 
FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE 







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Prince K. Mitchell 
Vice-President for Business and Finance 




Polly Bright 
Administrative Secretary 




Shevon Carr 
Internal Auditor 




Yvonne Dixon 
Accountant I 




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Wanda Houston 
Cashier Clerk I 




Venkatarathnam Koganti 
Director of Personnel 



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Almisha Mattix 
Section Supervisor 




Marion Roberts 

Secretary to the Vice-President 

for Business and Finance 




Jeanette Westley 

Assistant to the Vice-President 

for Business and Finance 




Carolyn Fletcher 
Budget Analyst I 





Patricia Rutledge 
Personnel Assistant I 



Assunta Pratt 
Business Services 



ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS 



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Alvin Collins 
Director of Admissions 




Wilhelmina Chisholm 
Recorder I 




Carolyn Driessen 
Recorder I 




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Evadne Roberts 
Recorder I 




David Foye 
Assistant Director of Admissions 




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Data Entry Clerk II 




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Secretary/Office of Admissions 




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Minority Recruitment Officer 



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FINANCIAL AID 




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Tommie Mitchell 


Patricia Young 


Jerrie Knight 


Anne Lipsey 


Director 


Secretary 


Student Employment 
Coordinator 


Counselor 



COLLEGE LIBRARY 




Patricia Gloyd 
Catalog Librarian 




Evelyn Richardson 
Library Assistant III 




Vara Allen 
Library Assistant I 




Joanne Quarterman 




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DEVELOPMENT/ ALUMNI AFFAIRS 






Naomi Calhoun 


Thomas Hines 


Karen Berrien 


Staff Assistant 


Director of Development and 
College Relations 


Secretary 



PUBLIC RELATIONS 



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Charles J. Elmore 
Director of Public Relations 




Lee Grant Pearson 
Director of Sports Information 




Debra Ellington Wilson 
Public Relations Specialist 








Carless Lawyer 
Administrative Secretary 



COMPREHENSIVE COUNSELING 







Henton Thomas 
Director 




Rachel Claiborne 
Pstchometrist/Counselor 




Shirley James 
Counselor 



DIVISION OF STUDENT SUPPORT 
AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS 




Willie Mae Robinson 
Director 




Erma Jean Mobley 
Counselor 




Doretha Tyson 
Counselor 



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DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES 





Ronald McFadden 
Director 



Mary Ann Goldwire 
Reading Technician 




Beverly Johnson 
Secretary 




Joyce McLemore 




Lawrence Simmons 
English Lab Technician 



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PLANT OPERATIONS 








Herbert C. White 
Director 



Freddie Thompson 
Head Preventive Maintenance Inspector 




Ulyses Burrell 
Superintendent of Building Maintenance 




Eugene Phoenix 
Air Conditioning Specialist 



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Hilton Sharpe 
Electrician 







Greg Young 
Electrician 



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COMPUTER CENTER 





Donald Shavers 
Director 



Corry Johnson 
Program Analyst 



DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY 
SCIENCE ARMY ROTC 




Captain Arnet Whorley 




MSG Joe Johnson 
Instructor 




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Supply/Administrative Sergeant 




Regina Evans 
Secretary 



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Bernita Greene 

Continuing Education Department 

Coordinator 



Carol Gordon 

Radio Station WHCJ 

Manager 





Doris Jackson 

Secretarial Center 
Director 




Herman Lester 

Logistical Services 

Property Control Officer 




Aubrey Mumford 

Student Personnel Services 

Director, Student Union 



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SECRETARIES 




YT / 'C: 



Catherine Baker 
SDIP 




Cleo Baker 
Biology 




Lisa Earls 
School of Sciences and Technology 




Rita Early 
Biology 




Obradella Ellington 
Biology 




Carolyn Hayes 
MBA 




Zelda James 
School of Business 




Elizabeth Robinson 
School of Sciences and Technology 




Sheri Saleem 
School of Business 



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IN MEMORY OF 
GERRON D. MILLER 

(1949-1985) 




Gerron Miller was the eldest son of Mrs. Jessie M. Miller and Mr. George Miller. He 
was educated in the local area, having attended Moses Jackson, Tompkins High 
School, and Savannah State College. He earned a Baccalaureate degree from S.S.C. 
in the area of Business Administration. 

Mr. Miller was a highly talented musician. His musical affiliations included Minis- 
ter of Music, Second Ebenezer Baptist Church: Director of Savannah State College's 
Wesleyan Gospel Choir; Assistant Director of Bands, Savannah State College; 
Director, Savannah Mass Choir; and a director of the Georgia Choir as well as 
numerous other church choirs and musical aggregations. 

Gerron Miller was employed at Savannah State College as Director of the Melvin 
Bostic Residence Hall. 



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MISS SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

1985-86 

GWENDOLYN J. CUMMINGS 



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Gwendolyn Je 'Anne Cummings, 
a Savannahian, reigns as "Miss 
Savannah State College" for 

1985-86. A native of Columbus, 
Ohio, Miss Cummings is a senior mass 
communications major with a 
concentration in broadcast 

journalism. She is a Deans List and 
Honor Roll student. Her civic and 
community affiliations include United 
Way, Red Cross and Students 
Against Drunk Drivers. She is a 
member of SSC Mass Communications 
Club, SSC Concert Choir and is a 
WHCJ-FM (college radio station) 
volunteer. She worked at radio 
station WEAV/WSOK and has received 
the "Reporter of the Month" honor 
three times this year. Reading, 

debating, poetry, dancing and 
listening to jazz and classical music 
are among her hobbies. Her goal is 
to earn a graduate degree in public 
relations and work for an 

organization "that is involved with 
various aspects of the public," she 
said. Another goal is to work for a 
large news agency, she added. Her 
Personal theme for life, she said, is 
"the things that you work hard for 
are those things you deserve most." 
She is a member of Little Bryan 
Baptist Church and the daughter of 
Evonia Cumminqs and John Rhett. 



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SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

HOMECOMING PARADE 

CELEBRATION 

1985-86 





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The S.S.C. Tigers work hard to win 
the 1985 Homecoming game against 
U.D.C. 



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HOMECOMING 
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MISS S.S.C. 1985-86 
"IN REVIEW" 



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Trenance Williams crowns Miss S.S.C. 1985- 
... a glimpse at the future . . . 



Miss S.S.C. 1984-85 takes her last walk 
a glimpse at the past . . . 




101 




Miss Peer Counselor Cynthia Atkins sa- 
lutes Miss S.S.C. 



Gwendolyn Cummings looks to the audi- 
ence to take her first stroll as Miss S.S.C. 
1985-86 




102 




Gwendolyn "Awaits her 
CROWN" 



Miss Sophomore, Stacey Wil- 
liams, is escorted by Claude 
Lee. 




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S.S.C. CAMPUS 




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ORGANIZATIONS 




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Letter from YOUR S.G.A. PRESIDENT 



Room 208 

King Frezicr Student (enter 

May 2, 1986 <912) 356-2505 



Dear Students, 



I would like to thank you for your votes and support and the confidence 
you had in me during my terms in office as your Student Government 
Association President. 

It has been indeed an enriching and rewarding experience serving as your 
S.G.A. President. I sincerely hope that the goals and objectives we have 
yet to achieve, will still be achieved by future Student Government Leaders. 

Even though we did not accomplish a II of our goals the facts remain that 
we did accomplish many of our goals. 

"The tragedy of life is often not in our failure, but rather 
in our complacency; not in our doing too much, but rather in 
our doing too little; not in our living above our ability, but 
rather in our living below our capaci t it ies. " 

I would like to share my learning experience briefly with future and 
prospective S.G.A. Leaders, excerpts from Paradoxical Commandments of 
Leadersh i p. 

1 . If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish ulterior motives. 
Do Good Anyway! 

2. If you are successful, you win false friends and true enemies. Succeed 
Anyway ! 

3. The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow. Do Good Anyway I 

4. Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable. Be Honest And Frank Anyway ! 

5. What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight. Bui I d Anyway ! 

6. Give the "Students" the best you have and you' I I get kicked in the teeth. 
Give the "Students" the best you have anyway! 

You'll find that there is no such thing as Going Through .... (Organizations/ 
S.G.A.) Just for fun. It's seldom fun. It's tiring, ridiculously nerve 
wracking, demoralizing, and seemingly impossible. You've got to be deeply 
committed to students. All of them, not just the ones who are nice to you.... 
In order to go through with it. 

Good luck in the future and I wish each of you much success In your 
endeavors. 

Last but not least, "Remember, If you don't follow your dreams, you will 
never know what's on the other side of your rainbow." 

Si ncere ly , 



Adrian B. Houston, President 
Student Government Association 
(1984-1985) A (1985-1986) 



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Student Government Association 



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Claude Lee 
Vice President 




Bobby Vincent 
Chief Justice 




The Staff of S.G.A. 



The Student Affiliate of the American Chemical Society S.S.C. 
Chapter 



The student affiliate chapter was established to provide the chemistry 
majors the opportunity to meet and plan activities that would expose 
them to the different career opportunities in chemistry. Such an orga- 
nization exposes the members to parliamentary procedure and gives 
them the opportunity to discuss topics dealing with chemistry. 




Reginald Brown — President 
Richard Berry — Vice President 
Janice Jackson — Treasurer 
Thelma Hill — Secretary 
Dr. M.P. Menon — Advisor 



Members: Raymond Alston, Noberto 
Nieves, Brian Taylor, Sonya Stimpson, De- 
lores Lang, Ramona Stiles, Hoa Thi Le, 
Senobia Owens, Tina Sims, Tony Mack, 
David Wright, Marcella Coleman, Marcus 
Roberts. 



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Civil Engineering Technology Club 




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Data Processing Management Association 



Jena Grizzle — President 
Ann Edwards — Vice President 




The Data Processing Management Association (DMPA), founded in 1951 as the National Machine Accountants 
Association, is the largest professional association in information processing. The DMPA student Chapter 
program, started in 1968, is designed for students planning careers in information processing of related fields. 



Ill 



Delta Sigma Pi 




Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized 
to foster the study of business in universities, to en- 
courage scholarship, social activity and the associ- 
ation of students for their mutual advancement by 
research and practice. It was founded on November 
7, 1907, at New York University. 



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Mass Communications Club 




113 




Mechanical Engineering Technology 

Club 



114 




Psychology Club 



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Peer Counselors Association 



Members: Cynthia Atkins 


Frank King, III 


Melinda Bilups 


Randy Lattimore 


Vickie Boazman 


Claude J. Lee, III 


King Brown 


Artie Maxwell 


Walter Burton 


Bobby Outlaw 


Masheldon Ellis-Binns 


Tess Powell 


John Fambrough 


Phillip Reeves 


Patricia Holland 


Grayzel Richardson 


Thomas Johnson 


Shalandra Robertson 


Kim Jones 


Renne Squire 


Russell Jones 


Sharolyn Terry 


Angela Kelly 


Penny Tyus 


Stacey Williams 






The Peer Counselors, better known 
around campus as the "Friendly Be- 
ings", are a specially selected group of 
individuals who are eager to assist stu- 
dents in getting adjusted to college life. 
The Friendly Beings are ready and will- 
ing to give any student a helping hand at 
every available opportunity. 



118 



Muslim Student Association 

The Muslim Student Association 
was founded in 1974 by Maajid F. 
Ali. This association advocates the 
belief in one God who is the creator 
and Lord of all men, regardless of 
color. 







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International Students Association 



The Association was established in 1976 with the 
following objectives: 

1) To promote the welfare of International Stu- 
dents at Savannah State College. 

2) To promote better relations among the students 
from various nations and to create an atmo- 



sphere of welcome for the international stu- 
dents. 
3) To stimulate the American and international 
students to interact with one another through 
informal and formal meeting, discussion, social 
and cultural programs. 




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Seated: Taiseer H. AbuSaif-Gaza, Palestine; Omobolade DeLano — Nigeria, West Africa; Dr. Kamala- 
kar Raut (Advisor) — India; Faizah Galai — Saudi Arabia; Anwan Hassouueh — Hebron, Palestine; 
Abbas Rahimitabar — Tehran, Iran. 

Standing: Moutasem Othman — Toll Karem, Palestine; Amjad F. Silawi — Seleh, Palestine; Ahmad F. 
Silawi — Seleh, Palestine; Rodolfo E. Brown — Panama, Central America; Pal Singh Bahga — Punjab, 
India; Masri Bashar — Nablus, Palestine; Shansaliu F. Oyekan — Lagos, Nigeria; Hassan Ghassem 
Zadeh — Meshed, Iran; Arafat K. afaneh — Palestine, Jerusalem. 



120 



Wesleyan Gospel Choir 



Members: Walter Harris, Dawn Crew, Sylathia Powell, Tresa Weston, Diane 
Wilson, Belinda Roberts, Rose Jackson, Ann Reedy, Annette Piper, Mary 
Hendrix, Kenneth Rouche', Michael White, Michelle Berksteiner, Nicole 
Rouche', Angela Vaney, Nathalie Johnson, Almeeta Mattis, Tonya Brown, 
Brenda Brown, Genell McRae, Belden Jones, Kenneth Roberts, William 
Hackett, Kenneth A. Roberts, Reginald White, Kevin Green, Walter John- 
son, Greg Buckles, Artia Maxwell, Paul Bevans, Lemile Chandler, Walter 
Jarnigan. 



The Savannah State College Wesleyan Gospel Choir was organized on September 19, 
1976, by Reverend Edward Ducree. The purpose of the group was to provide an 
opportunity for those students enrolled at the college who had sung in a gospel choir in 
their hometown churches to continue to praise God through song while furthering their 
education. 



121 




WESLEYAN Gospel Choir 



122 



Rhythm Section 




Kenneth Rouche, Michael White, Walter Jarnigan, Walter Harris. 



123 



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SSC CADET BECOMES 
ARMY ROTC COMMANDER 

Andrea L. Young, a social work and psychology major at 
Savannah State College, has been appointed the new cadet 
battalion commander of the Armstrong-Savannah State Army 
ROTC detachment. 

Ms. Young will be the first female to hold this prestigious 
position. Her duties will include supervising and training ap- 
proximately 1 50 cadets enrolling in the Army ROTC program 
this fall. Ms. Young earned the position through academic 
excellence and outstanding performance. A recent graduate of 
Army ROTC Advanced Camp at Fort Bragg, N.C., she was 
rated in the top 10 percent of her class of 3,570 cadets. She is 
also a solid academic performer on the SSC campus, maintain- 
ing a 4.0 grade point average in her ROTC program and a 3.1 
average in her major courses. 



126 



Ms. Young is a native Savannahian and the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Allen Matthews Young. She is an active member of 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Social Workers of Tomorrow 
Club, Social and Behavioral Science Club, Psychology Club, 
Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society and the ROTC Bushmaster 
Club. 



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Ronald W. McCarden 



Darryl Jackson 



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Midshipman 1st Class Ronald W. 
McCarden, a Savannah State College 
student, is Commanding Officer for 
the first half of the academic year. 
Ron is a native of Atlanta, Georgia 
and is majoring in Electronic Engi- 
neering. 




Midshipman 3rd Class Darryl Jackson 
of Savannah, Georgia received a three 
year NROTC scholarship. He is a 
sophomore majoring in Mathematics. 



David McDaniel 




Midshipman David McDaniel of 
Spring City, Tennessee, an ASC 
freshman Computer Science major 
was awarded a three and one-half 
year NROTC academic scholar- 
ship. 



129 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, Inc. 




Alpha Kappa Alpha, a college based Greek letter sorority, was founded in 1 908 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. It 
has grown from on undergraduate group of sixteen members to an international organization with a membership of over 
85,000. 



130 



Gamma Upsilon Chapter 




Brenda King, Stephanie Ward, Sunzra Grubbs, Shalandra Robertson, Marsha Johnson, Algina San- 
ford, Dalethian Hibbler, Trend Nash, Myra Gordon, Sharlene Whitfield. 



131 



Delta Nu Chapter 




J. Westley, Advisor; Charlene Newberry, Pearlie Mae Roberts, Linda Durham, Omobolode DeLa- 
no, Lavone Richardson. 



132 



Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, Inc. 




Delta Sigma Theta was founded at Howard University on January 13, 1913. The sorority has approximately 730 chapter and 
over 1 25,000 members. It is by far the largest women's organization in the world. Delta Sigma Theta is devoted to community 
service, academic excellence, and cultural achievement. 



133 



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 



Zeta Phi Beta was organized on the campus of Howard 
University January 1 6, 1 920 by five young women. In accept- 
ing new members these women looked for sorority-minded 
women interested in scholarship, finer womanhood and social 
services. 




134 



Rho Beta Chapter 




Charlene Washington 





Pattie Miller 



Bonnie Howard 



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136 



Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity, Inc. 




Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was founded in the year 1906 at Cornell University, Ithica, New York by seven intellectual 
gentlemen, known to all Alpha men as the Jewels. The Fraternity stresses, "Manly Deeds, Scholarship, and Love For All 
Mankind." 



138 



Delta Eta Chapter 




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Standing: Frenchie Parker, Reginald Osborne, Clifford Wilborn, John Spaulding. 
Kneeling: Carnadose Bauknight, Larry Richardson. 



139 






Alpha Phi Omega 



Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity was founded on December 16, 1925 
at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. The purpose of this 
fraternity is to assemble college students in a national service 
fraternity and to develop leadership, to promote friendship and 
provide service to humanity. 




140 



Rho Epsilon Chapter 




Kneeling: Clarence Outler. 

Standing: Glander Maddox, Eric Malone, Gerald Williams. 



141 



Gamma Zeta Chapter 




142 



Phi Beta Sigma 
Fraternity, Inc. 




143 



Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity, Inc. 




Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was founded November 17, 1911 on the campus of Howard University. The organization was 
formed by three undergraduate students in the college of Liberal Arts, namely, Edgar Love, Oscar Cooper, and Frank 
Coleman. The fraternity's purposes are: to provide leadership, a real meaning to life, to establish a long-life of friendship 
between men and women, and to cooperate with the institution of which they are a part. 



144 






Alpha Gamma Chapter 







Sitting: Eugene Williams 

Standing: Greg Redden, Gabriel Laney, Derrick Bryant, Greg Richardson, Jeffrey Mobley, David 

Stevens, Danny Fobbs, James Melvin, Troy Warren, Joel Brown. 

Rear: Charles Jones, Randolph Scott. 



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SPORTS 






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Football 



1985 SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROSTER 



NAME 



1 


Gary Jones 


9 


Melvin Williams 


10 


Perry Flowers 


12 


Vincent Stevens 


13 


Mike Leach 


14 


Dennis Savage 


15 


Ronald Day 


16 


Luther Farmer 


18 


James Willis 


20 


Herbert Parland 


21 


Joseph Franklin 


22 


Casey Grigley 


23 


Jerome Johnson 


24 


Ernest Earls 


25 


Sherell Perry 


26 


Darryl Brown 


27 


Henry Johnson 


28 


George McGarrah 


29 


Kenny Tate 


30 


Aubrey Ivery 


31 


Brian Vickers 


32 


Jeff Davis 


33 


Gerald Janes 


34 


EVerett Daniels 


35 


Anthony Hauf fman 


37 


Eric Brown 


38 


Havard Seldbn 


40 


Eric Spear 


42 


Paul Cunnings 


43 


Tracy Galloway 


44 


Charles Chatman 


45 


Jerry Williams 


50 


Kenneth McWhorter 


51 


Gregory Gray 


53 


Bernard Terrell 


55 


Lament Nelson 


58 


Reginald Stepherson 


60 


Delbert Ford 


61 


Earl Brown 


62 


Keith Byrd 


64 


Calvin Tucker 


65 


Joseph Cwens 


67 


Boy Ellison 


68 


Frankie Pinkston 


70 


Timmy Medlock 


71 


Ray McWhorter 


73 


Norman Jenkins 


78 


Steve Gerido 


79 


Gerald Williams 


81 


Phi 11 i p Roenroc 


33 


Sam Washington 


84 


Zarry Ponder 


86 


Ricky Hanton 


87 


Michael Mayf ield 


88 


Anthony Barney 


89 


Hercules Hunter 


90 


Nathaniel Johnson 


99 


Keith Darden 



OS 


HT 


WT 


HOMETOWN 


CL 


CB 


5' 11" 


175 


Hinesville , GA . 


4 


QB 


6' 1" 


175 


Oconee , GA . 


4 


RB 


6*1" 


195 


Brunswick, GA. 


1 


QB 


5' 11" 


175 


Charles ton , S . C . 


4 


PK 


6'0" 


170 


Tucker, GA. 


1 


QB 


6' 1" 


190 


St. Petersburg, FLA. 


4 


WR 


5 ' 11" 


165 


Mt . Vernon , GA . 


2 


QB 


6' 1" 


175 


Atlanta, GA. 


1 


FS 


5 ' 1 1 " 


180 


Hull, GA. 


2 


SS 


6 '2" 


195 


Brunswick , GA - 


1 


WR 


6 '3" 


195 


Augusta, GA. 


3 


RB 


6 ' 1" 


205 


Atlanta, GA. 


3 


CB 


6'0" 


180 


Brunswick , GA. 


1 


FS 


5' 11" 


175 


Gainesville, GA. 


3 


RB 


5' 10" 


175 


Brunswick, GA. 


1 


CB 


5' 11" 


180 


Brunswick, GA. 


1 


RB 


5' 11" 


190 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 


3 


SS 


6'1" 


210 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 


2 


CB 


6'0" 


180 


Hartwell, Ga. 


2 


RB 


6'1 


190 


Thompson, Ga. 


2 


RB 


6'0" 


200 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1 


RB 


6'2" 


225 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 


3 


P 


6'1" 


180 


Brunswick, Ga. 


1 


LB 


6'0" 


225 


Savannah, Ga. 


1 


LB 


6 '2" 


215 


Aynor, S.C. 


1 


CB 


5 '11" 


170 


Savannah, Ga. 


1 


LB 


6'1" 


195 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1 


TE 


6'0" 


205 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1 


CB 


6'0" 


200 


Brunswick, Ga. 


2 


LB 


6'1" 


195 


Andersen, S.C. 


4 


LB 


6*1" 


195 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1 


LB 


6'1" 


220 


Lakeland, Fla. 


3 


LB 


6'2" 


230 


Danielsville, Ga. 


4 


C 


6'1" 


250 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1 


IB 


6' 2" 


215 


Atlanta, Ga. 


3 


IB 


6'1" 


210 


Phi l3r-te>lphi.=l, P3_ 


1 


DE 


6' 3" 


220 


Savannah, Ga. 


1 


DL 


6'1" 


240 


Tampa, Fla. 


3 


OL 


5' 11" 


230 


Brunswick, Ga. 


1 


DL 


6 '2" 


220 


Washington, D.C. 


2 


OL 


6'2" 


230 


Sandersville, Ga. 


3 


C 


6'3" 


240 


Savannah, Ga. 


4 


OL 


6'0" 


240 


Lakeland, Fla. 


3 


OL 


6'1" 


245 


Louisville, Ga. 


2 


DL 


6 '2" 


270 


Nahunta, Ga. 


1 


OL 


6'4" 


235 


Danielsville, Ga. 


4 


DL 


6' 4" 


290 


Washington, D.C. 


3 


DL 


6'1" 


225 


Springfield, Ga. 


1 


OL 


6'5" 


290 


Sandersville, Ga. 


1 


WR 


6'1" 


190 


Msansville, Ga. 


4 


LB 


6' 2" 


220 


Augusta, Ga. 


3 


FL 


6' 2" 


220 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


4 


WR 


6' 2" 


195 


Santee, S.C. 


3 


TE 


6 1 2" 


200 


Royston, Ga. 


3 


WR 


6 '2" 


195 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


1 


WR 


6'0" 


185 


Charleston, S.C. 


4 


DL 


6' 4" 


220 


Dawson, Ga. 


2 


DL 


6'4" 


220 


Atlanta, Ga. 


2 



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SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE FOOTBALL 



Statistics (llGames) 1985 
Season Record: 2-9 Conference: 2-4 



SSC 



RUSHING 



Att Gain 



Net TD Lg 



FIRST DOWNS 



Penalty 



Rush 
Yard 

Yard 

Net 
Net 



Att 
line 



empts 



Is Rt 
Is Pc 



Rushing 

ushing 

assing 

Passes Attempted 

pie ted 

ep ted 



Passes Cor 



Total 

Total 

Aver; 

Retui 

Fumb 1 

Penal 

Intel 

No. c 

Averi 

Punt 

Kickc 

Sacks 



SSC 
OPP 



iterc 
Lays 
it Yards 
Gain 
fards 



ge Per 



o/Lost 

No/Yds 
ns: No/Yds 
s/Yds 

Punt 
s: No/Yds 
urns: No/Yds 



141 

78 

44 

19 

411 

1574 

329 

1338 

1100 

229 

88 

16 

640 

2438 

3.8 

956 

26-15 

61-477 

15-153 

58-2201 

37.9 

12-96 

40-802 

26 



Scores By Quarters 



176 

113 

52 

11 

466 

2489 

354 

2135 

1224 

221 

93 

15 

687 

3359 

4.8 

691 

23-12 

87-747 

16-162 

53-1924 

36.3 

18-212 

25-333 

17 



1st 

27 



Totals 
137 
260 



Casey Grigley 
Brian Vickers 
Jeff Davis 
Melvin Williams 
Vincent Stevens 
Henry Johnson 
Ronald Day 
Gerald Jones 
Aubrey Ivery 
Sherell Perry 
Totals 



219 

54 
43 

71 



865 
184 



56 
3 
5 

147 



6 
329 



809 
181 
179 
129 
-32 
31 



Anthony Barney 
Hercules Hunter 
Casey Grigley 
Jeff Davis 
Ricky Hanton 
Ronald Day 
Phillip Reeves 
Scott Chatman 
Perry Flowers 
Brian Vickers 
Mike May f ield 
Joe Franklin 
Charles Peterson 
Totals 



100 

141 
93 
107 
116 
145 
245 



PASSING 


Att 


Comp 


Int 


Yds 


TD 


Lfi 


Sk 


Melvin Williams 


150 


57 


8 


709 


2 


45 


10 


Vincent Stevens 


78 


31 


8 


391 


1 


31 


7 


Gerald Jones 


1 




















Totals 


229 


88 


16 


1 100 


3 


45 


17 


RECIEVING 


No 


Yds 


TD 


Lg 










148 







PUNTING 


No 


Yds 


Avg 


Lg 






DEFENSE 




UT 


AT 


TOT 


FR 


PB 




PS 


BK 


PI 


Gerald Jones 


52 2 


017 


38. 7 


80 






Delbert Ford 




31 


9 


40 


1 







3 








Mike Leach 


5 


176 


35. 2 


52 






Norman Jenkins 




9 


8 


17 



















Team 


1 


8 


8.0 


8 






Zarry Ponder 




54 


28 


82 





11 




11 








Totals 


58 2201 


37.9 


80 






Tracy Galloway 




45 


26 


71 





3 




2 





1 
















Jerry Williams 




48 


29 


77 


2 


4 




1 





2 


FIELD GOALS 


Att 


Ma 


de Lg 








Sam Washington 
Gary Jones 




28 
60 


18 
13 


46 
73 


1 



4 
26 




4 
1 







8 


Mike Leach 


13 




6 38 








Kenny Tate 




26 


10 


36 


1 


11 










1 


Totals 


13 




6 38 








George McGarrah 
Ernes t Ear Is 




39 

34 


19 
16 


58 
50 




1 


9 

8 








1 




1 
1 




PUNTS 




KICKOFFS 


INT 




Timmy Medlock 




30 


10 


40 


3 


1 




2 








ALL RETURNS 


No/Yds 




No/Yds 




No/Yd 


s 


TDs Keith Darden 




14 


4 


18 

































Bernard Terrell 




17 


5 


22 



















James Willis 


1-10 












Herbert Parland 




4 


3 


7 



















Henry Johnson 


10-75 




1-19 








St eve Gerido 




10 


4 


14 



















Hercules Hunter 






1-0 








Nate Johnson 




9 


5 


14 





1 




2 








Ronald Day 






24-639 








1 Havard Seldon 




60 


19 


79 


1 


3 




1 








Anthony Barney 






7-73 








Calvin Tucker 




1 


1 


2 



















Mike Mayfield 






1-10 








Darryl Brown 




7 


3 


10 



















George McGarrah 


1-11 








1-40 




Jerome Johnson 




8 


1 


9 



















Kenny Tate 










1-0 




Paul Cummins 




2 


1 


3 



















Gary Jones 










8-61 




2 James Willis 




5 





5 


1 
















Brian Vickers 






3-22 








Eric Brown 




6 


1 


7 





1 










1 


Jerry Williams 










2-51 




Anthony Hauffman 




1 





1 



















Tracy Galloway 










1-0 




Others 




15 


3 


18 


1 
















Phillip Reeves 






3-39 








Totals 






















Ernest Earls 










1-0 


























Eric Brown 










1-1 


























Totals 


12-96 




40-802 




15-153 




3 
































Scores Of All Games 
































SSC 


0P_E SITE 












SS 






OPP 


SITE 


Tuskegee University 
Alabama A&M University 
University of North Al 


abama 






10 
14 
22 


14 Home 
2 8 Away 
4 3 Away 


University of 
Ft. Valley 
Albany State 


D.C. 


14 



10 




15 
29 
37 


Home 
Away 
Home 


Morris -. Brown. - -■;!■; 
fieorgia Southwestern:. 
Clark College 






~ 




6 
14 
28 


Home 
30 Away 
19 Home 


U 


Central 


Florida 




7 




31 


Away 



Morehouse- College 



149 



Men's Basketball 




150 



SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

1985-86 
MEN'S BASKETBALL ROSTER 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht 


Wt 


a 


Home 


20 


Sherod Buchanan 


G 


6'1 


170 


Soph 


Dawson, GA. 


35 


Scott Chatman 


G 


6'4 


195 


Soph 


Atlanta, GA. 


41 


Keith Fields 


C 


6'7 


210 


Fresh 


Beaufort, S.C. 


12 


Jack Grant 


G 


6'1 


170 


Soph 


Savannah, GA. 


5 


Greg Hillman 


G/F 


6'3 


180 


Senior 


Conyers, GA. 


11 


Alfred Jackson 


G 


6'0 


170 


Soph 


Ft. Gaines, GA. 


32 


Willie Jones 


F 


6'4 


185 


Soph 


Coleman, GA. 


42 


Calvin Laing 


F/C 


6'6 


205 


Soph 


Ft. Gaines, GA. 


13 


Tim Sheppard 


G/F 


6'3 


170 


Fresh 


Conyers, GA. 


33 


Alonzo Smith 


F 


6'4 


185 


Soph 


Pompano Beach, Fla 


45 


Richard Summers 


F/C 


6'5 


205 


Soph 


Millen, GA. 


25 


Eric Williams 


G 


6'1 


180 


Soph 


Atlanta, GA. 


44 


Dwight Temples 


F/C 


6'4 


205 


Senior 


Atlanta, GA. 




Eugene Jones Jr. 


G 


6'0 


170 


Fresh 


Wadley, GA. 






Head Coach: Jimmy Westley 










SID: 


Lee Grant Pearson 









Head Coach: Jimmy Westley 



Sports Info. Director: Lee Grant Pearson 



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Women's Basketball 




153 



SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

1985-86 

LADY TIGER BASKETBALL ROSTER 



No. 












BWO 


Name 


Pos 


Ht 


CI 


Hometown 


24-10- 4 


Patricia Brown 


G 


5'9 


3 


TyTy, Ga. 


11-21-11 


Tracy Carter 


F 


5'9 


1 


TyTy, Ga. 


23-25-13 


Connie Franklin 


G 


5'6 


2 


Conyers, Ga. 


20-22-20 


Chiquita Goins 


C 


6'4 


3 


Tifton, Ga. 


22-20-24 


Vera Grissom 


F 


5'10 


3 


Camak, Ga. 


5- 5- 5 


Teresa Haggins 


F 


5T0 


1 


Savannah, Ga. 


25-13-15 


Marcella Holloway 


G 


5'5 


2 


Augusta, Ga. 


35-23-30 


Pamela Hurt 


F 


5*11 


2 


Milledgeville, Ga. 


13-35-23 


Edwina Johnson 


G 


5'7 


3 


Enigma, Ga. 


12-24-14 


Kim Jones 


F 


5T0 


3 


Atlanta, Ga. 


4-14-22 


Michelle Levette 


F/C 


6'2 


3 


Savannah, Ga. 


30-30-25 


Stephanie Ross 


F/C 


6'1 


3 


Conyers, Ga. 


14- 4-35 


Carolyn Simpson 


F 


5*10 


1 


Montezuma, Ga. 


21-11-12 


Joy Wyly 


G 


5'7 


2 


Riviera Beach, Fl 



HEAD COACH: Ms. Saralyn Truedell 
ASSISTANT: Elijah West 

SID: Lee Grant Pearson 
TRAINER: Corine Williams 




t 




Head Coach: Saralyn Trudell 



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Baseball 



T r ^ 



A 



Kit*- ■ 





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111 1 f| 





Standing: Gander Maddox (Asst. Coach), Baxter Barber, Joe Franklin, Larry Strozier, Gregory War- 
ren, Michael Reese, John Myles (Coach). 
Kneeling: Randall Harper, Varden Williams, Nathaniel Veal, Thaddeus Veal, Willie Chester. 



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TIGER STAFF 






\ 



Dr. Charles J. Elmore 
Advisor 




Kimberly Sanford 
Student Photographer 




Colleen Myers 
Organizations Editor 




i 



Myra Gordon 
Art Editor 




Angela Kelly 
Associate Editor 




Gene Johnson 
Photographer 



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SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

state college branch 
Savannah, Georgia 31404 



STUDENT PUBLICATION 



Greetings: 

Fellow students and all others that have had the the priviler ge of 
viewing an annual for the 1985-86 school year. 

I hope that you have enjoyed the glorious pages of this year's annual. 
I enjoyed putting the book together. However, I experienced one of the 
most prevalent problems here at Savannah State College - STUDENT APATHY. 

As you turned the pages, did you stop to think about the amount of 
time and effort that goes into the creation of OUR yearbook? Chances are 
some of you probably did not. You as S.S.C. students had better start 
thinking. The annual is supposed to be a STUDENT PUBLICATION. Student as 
in the student body not student as in individual (s) . Yet , the major- 
ity of the student body wants a yearbook and want it on time. 

In closing, I would like to say that you as students should get in- 
volved, because this could very well be OUR last yearbook. 

Very truly yours, 
Valerie M. Andrews 
Editor-in-Chief 



Editor's Message 



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Valerie M. Andrews 
Editor-In-Chis 



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ALMA MATER 



LET US GIVE THANKS AND PRAISE TO TH.EE 
TO OUR ALMA MATER, S.S.C. 
THINE HONOR, PRIDE AND EMINENCE 
WE RAISE IN PRAYERFUL REVERENCE 

GUIDE US STILL FROM DAY TO DAY, 

BE THOU MINDFUL LEST WE LOSE OUR WAY; 

HELP US KNOW THAT LIFE SHORT OR LONG, 

MEANS UNCEASING WORK FOR WEAK AND STRONG. 

REFRAIN 
WHERE SAVANNAH MEETS THE SEA 
WHERE GRASSY PLAINS AND PALMS ABOUND 
WHERE THE FLOW'RS ARE GEMS OF LOVELINESS 
THERE S.S.C. IS FOUND. 

WE ADORE EACH BEAUTEOUS SCENE AND HALL, 
OUR ALL WE PLEDGE TO THEE! 

IN OUR HEARTS WE'LL BUILD A SHRINE FOR THEE. 
WE HAIL THEE S.S.C. 

J. RANDOLPH FISHER 
HILLARY HATCHETT 



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