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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1974
SIX APPOIIVTED TO FSU
Six new appointments to the faculty at Fayetteville State University have been announced by Dr.
Charles “A” Lyons, Jr., Chancellor of the university.
Dr. Barbara DeMarco Schurfranz has joined the Department of Foreign Language at FSU. She
comes to FSU from Southern University, Baton Rouge, La., where she served as assistant professor
of Foreign Languages. Dr. Schurfranz received her Ph.D. from Louisiana State University. She
received her undergraduate training at Smith College, and her M.A. degree from the University of
Arkansas. Dr Schurfranz has teaching experience which includes positions at the University of
Wichita, University of Arkansas, Louisiana State University, and Southern University.
Dr. Frank Klotz has joined the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences. He is a native of
Iowa and received his B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from North Dakota State University. He is a member
of Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Xi, and the American Society of Plant Physiologists. Dr. Klontz is married
and the father of two children.
Miss Sylvia Heath has been appointed to the Department of Communicative Arts. She is a native
of Rock Hill, South Carolina. Miss Heath complete her undergraduate work at Livingston College
and graduate work at the University of Indiana. She holds membership in the Modern Language
Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, College Language Association and the
National Federation of Concerned Drug Abuse Workers. She is a recipient of a Ford Foundation
study grant and an honor graduate of Livingstone College and a member of the Delta Sigma Theta
Harold F. Meyers has joined the Music and Fine Arts Department at FSU. He is a native of
Charlotte, North Carolina, and received his Bachelor of Music degree from the North Carolina School
of the Arts, Winston-Salem, N.C., majoring in piano. He receiv^ his Master of Music degree from
the State University of New York.
Dr. Charles H. Bowman, Jr., has been appointed to the History and Political Science Depart
ment. He is a recipient of the B.A. and M.A. degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill. He received his doc
torate degree from the University of Georgia.
Dr. Yong H. Kim has joined the Division of Business and Economics. He comes to FSU from
Alabama State University, Montgomery, Alabama, where he served as associate professor in the
Department of Business. He received his undergraduate training at the University of Minnesota and
has done further study at Atlanta University, University of Tennessee, New York University, and
Georgia State University.
by Audrey Dixon
The Dormitory Association of Joyner Hall presented a part of
its “Live and Learn” programs in October. The guest speaker for
the program was Albert Bryant.
Bryant is renowned for being the first black appointed as a
Legal Research Assistant to the Congressional Research Service,
Bryant spoke on the role of blacks in politics. He used himself
as an example when describing the difficult road one must trod in
order to achieve the least amount of success. He was appointed to
the committee after many long months of persistent inquiry.
During his appointment, Bryant helped prepare the yearly
report of the Separation of Power Subcommittee. He also
assisted in the research work done in connection with the
Bryant mentioned that the greater rewards did not stem from
the actual work itself. The job gave him new insights about
pursuing a political career and added new dimensions to his heart
This ambitious Fayetteville native would also like to serve in
the North Carolina Legislature. After having investigating all the
wrong doings, bad acts, and corruption done by the Nixon Ad
ministration, he has become more aware of the need for better
politicians...and it is his goal to be one of the best.
Marion Harris, the first black appointed to the Board of
Transportation in the state of North Carolina, was also present
during the program.
YEARBOOK STAFF IS ON THE GOOD FOOT
Thomas L. Stewart, Editor-in-Chief of THE FAYET-
TEVILLIAN reports that, “the yearbook staff is ‘truckin on’ for
the best yearbook yet.” The ’75 FAYETTEVILLIAN will be the
largest yearbook ever published at Fayetteville State University.
New features will include a full-color process cover, an enlarged
school life section and for the first time in the University’s
history, the seniors will be in color. The theme for the yearbook
will be released at a later date.
ALL PHOTOS BY JOHN
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DOUBLE EXPOSURE-No, you are not seeing double nor are you seeing twins. The and considers it a high compliment to favor “Lady Soul.” Doris is a sophomore early
beautiful coed of Fayetteville State University (N.C.) is Doris Daniels who is likened childhood education major from Warrenton, N.C. and likes modeling,
to Ai eiiia Frauklin. Doris says that the Aretha look-alike doesa't twther her too much