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DECEMBER 12, 1972
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FSU GIFT is received by the Administrative Assistant to Fay
etteville State University Chancellor, Lt. Col. (retired) Luther
M. McManus, Jr. from William O. Alexander, Regional public
Relations Coordinator for Miller Brewing Company, Atlanta,
Dec. 43 Norfolk State College Norfolk, Va.
Dec. 16 Johnson C. Smith Fayetteville
Dec. 29-30 Charlotte Tip-Off Tour.(Smlth) Charlotte
Jan. 2 Virginia state Fayetteville
Jan. 5 Livingstone College Fayetteville
Jan. 9 St. Paul's College Fayetteville
Jan. 11 Shaw University Fayetteville
Jan. 13 Winston-Salem Fayetteville
Jan. 15 Eliz. City (championship) Fayetteville
Jan. 17 Atlantic Christian Fayetteville
Jan. 25 U.N.C.- Wilmington Fayetteville
Jan. 26 Va. Union Richmond, Va.
TV GUEST — Dr. Charles “A” Lyons, Jr., Chancellor of Fayetteville State
University, was a recent guest on the news program FOCUS. The show was
aired over TV Station WGHP-TV High Point, N.C. and was hosted by News
Director Fred Blackman, center, and A1 Walick, news writer.
FRANK BOHANNON, HOWARD AUSTIN AND LARRY WALKER, Tri-Captains
of the Football team, pose wUh lovely Homecoming queen, Pat Spinks. The
squad finished the season 6-6 overall; 2-2 CIAA.
CHAMP JOE FRAZIER AND DR. FRANK BANNISTER were
present at the Sickle Cell Anemia marathon. Chancellor Lyons
chats with two professionals, Frazier a boxing champ and Ban
nister of Mutual Black Network News.
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