RALEIGH, N. C. t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S, IM4
: ST. AUG. MUSIC STUDENTS PRESENT SELECTIONS
—-Herbert Silas presented two vocal selections recently at the An
nual meeting of the Raleigh Y. W. C. A., held at the Central “Y”
il7 West Jones St. Silas was accompanied at the piano by Miss
T. Henrietta Johnson. Miss Johnson is piano teacher at the Bast
ttaleigh Branch of the Y. W. C. A., and both are music majors at
sjt. Augustine's College here.
tHE BUST BEE CL ITB OF SMITH
' The Busy Bee Club met February
l at the home of Mr. and Mra. Sam
uel Osborne on West St The meet
inf was opened with a devotional
period. After the regular routine
buslnesa, we were served a delic
ious repast by our hostess.
Members present were: Mesdames
Mary L. Jackson, Lydia Gamer.
Florins Smitji, Cornelia Moore, Mr
and Mrs l.~— »•- -
..« *%4* « w UMU M4i. irf vUi Sti
Smith, along with the hostess and
her husband, Mr. Samuel Osborne.
THE CHARM ETTES SOCIAL
The Charmetts Social Club met
at the home of Mrs. Betty Rogers
of Jamaica Drive, Monday night,
February 10, at 6 o'clock.
New officers for the new year
were installed. They are: Mrs. Bet
ty Rogers, president; Mrs. Shirley
Willis, vice-president; and Mrs. Ju
lia Cotton, treasurer.
After the business session, the
hostess served a delicious repast,
which was enjoyed by all members
4LPHABETTEB HOLD REGULAR
The Alphabettes held their reg
ular monthly meeting on Friday,
February 7. at the home of the
G. F. Newells on Fayetteville St.
At the conclusion of the business
meeting, the members "shocked”
Alphabets Virginia Burke by giv
iftg her a surprise shower of beau
tiful baby gifts for ‘•Junior" who
arrived on January 7.
;The hostesses for the February
meeting, Mesdames Phyllis Mann.
Vivian Sansom and Virginia N#w
(3i served a delicious meal and In
troduced the members to a new
and exciting game called "Rummy
Royal" Everyone enjoyed the new
(Dime so much that it was difficult
to bring the meeting to an end.
. Members present: Meedsnsee
TRafh Davenport, Lavtrn Gains,
'Myrtle (Tackett, Chlee Laws,
• Virginia Bnrke. Alberto Lev
! logs ton, Mery Caller. Elisabeth
; Barfield. Etta Teeto. Mlnetta
Eaten, Phyllis Mann. Virginia
Newell. Mildred Wilson. Mar
raerlte Exam. Edwtaton Ball
Vivian Sansom. and Launa
KETBONA SOCIAL CLUB MEETS
The Metrona Social Club organiz
ed recently, met at the home of
Mrs. E. B. Jones on Bmithtield St.
lest Wednesday evening. After e
business session, delightful refresh
ipents were served.
• Officers are as follows: Mrs. Jose
phine Harris, president; Mrs. Viv
ton Chalmers, secretary; and Mrs.
Gladys Sanders, treasurer. Other
members are: Meadamcc Dorctha
Morgan. Ethel Young. Virginia Rog
ers. Betty Gilmore. Beulah Jlles,
Georgiana Perry, Prances Hayes,
Martha Streeter and Viola Leak.
The Friday Afternoon Book Club
met at the home of Mra. Omella
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Os Raleigh
370 S HILLSBORO SIKjtET. RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA -:• TEL TE « 1071
Johnson. February 7, with ths
president presiding. After the busi
ness session, ths hostess presented
Mrs. M. Delaney as her guest. She
gave a book review entitled. “The
Year of 1804,” which was enjoyed
by all present
A game was played which prov
ed to be much fun. After the game,
were served e delicious dinner
'he hoe tees.
icsts present were: Mrs M
A. A. Cooke, Mrs. Mildred Chavis,
and Mrs. Sherrill.
Members present were: Mes
dames Esther Michael, Mary Bry
ant Eleanor Burch, Mary P. lane,
Nancy Laws, Marie Moore, T. H.
Harris. Annie Robinson, Nora Lock
hart Dr. Ellen Alston and Miss
The next meeting ii acheduled to
be held Feb. 11, at the home of
Mrs. Nora Lockhart.
THE MINISTERS’ WIVES
The Ministers' wives met at the
YWCA, Feb. 10. st 7 pm, with the
president in charge of ths devo
tion, and the business session fol
lowing. Reports were given by thi
various committee chairmen.
The group discussed plans for the
founder's day program to be held
st the First Baptist Church on Ap
ril 2 at 8 pm. The ministers’ wives
discussed plans for the annual “Doll
Parade”, which will also take place
in April. The time. date, place and
othar Information will be announc
ed at a later date.
A delicious repast was eerved by
the hoetess. Mrs. M. F. Booker, and
Mrs. C. C. Burnett They surprised
the group with Valentine goodies.
This treat was enjoyed by all pres
We were glad to hove fifteen
members present. Mis. Closs end
Mrs. M. R. Aobinson were our new
mom bars. Door prises were given
to the first four ladles to arrive.
The next meeting is scheduled to
meet st the YWCA, Feb. 24. at 7
o'clock pm. We ere asking ell mem
ber* to be present
CLUB NINE IN SESSION
Club Nine met on Saturday, Feb.
8, at the home of Mrs. W. M. (Toni)
Williams on Tlarney Circle. The
group's civic project this year is
to sponsor a fifteen-year-old girl
who is unhappy, due to the lack
of spiritual -end physical needs be
ing fulfilled in her home. The club
voted to be rewonsible for the en
tire new Easter outfit for this
Members of the club alao brought
birthday gifts to Mra W. F. (Thai-
Ria> Clark and Mra H. C. (Sarat
Brower. As usual, a variety. pf
beautiful and useful gifts were pre
A delicious dinner wee served
by the hostoae: Smothered quar
tered chicken, string beans, sweet
potato squffie, salad mold, hoi
home-made rolls, other trimmings
topped with a dessert of tutti-truitti
ice cream and cake.
All members were present to en
joy the events. Members are Mes
dames N. H. (Gila) Harria J. A.
What is Doing Around Town!
TetTMl]’ Father, hew moefc
we thank Thee far the privilege
at beinf ea-workera with loom
Christ, Thy Ben. It ta ear fiery
to witneea for Him. We pray
that Hla spirit may ever dwell
la oar hearts, and oar Urea may
bara and shins for Him.’*
ST. ANN AH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Sunday School began at 10
am. with the superintendent, Mr.
W. H. Lyons, In charge. Morning
worship service is held every first
and second Sundays, beginning at
11:30 am. The pastor is the Rev.
L. T. Ford.
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST—Church School
began at 11 a.m. with the superin
tendent, Mr. Mack Arthur, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11 o’clock with the guest minister,
the Rev. Sister Rosa Perry, in
charge. The music was furnished
by the choir, under the direction
of Mr. Willie Henderson. A won
derful sermon was enjoyed by aIL
The pastor is the Rev. Lester Riv
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Church School began at the usual
hour with the superintendent. Miss
Nannie Morgan, in charge. Morn
ing worship began at 11 o'clock,
with the male chorus in charge of
the music, under the direction of
Mr*. M. M. Kelly. The inspiring
sermon was delivered by the pas
tor, the Rev. O. W. Burwick.
ST. MATTHEW AME - Sunday
School began at 3:30 a.m. with the
superintendent, Mr. Robert Lesane,
Jr., in charge. Morning worshtp
the junior choir in charge of the
music, under the direction of Mr.
D. R. Leach; organist. Miss Annette
Peterson. Morning lesson and pray
er were led by the pastor, the Rev.
J. F. Epps. He also delivered a very
sweet sermon, which was enjoyed
YOUNG’S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Church School began
at 0:30 with the superintendent,
Mrs. Della R. Ford, in charge.
Morning worship began at 11:00
o'clock with the Junior choir in
charge of music under the direc
tion of Miss Myrtle Ann Rhodes
The Rev. Qulnscy Scott brought to
us a wonderful sermon from the
book of St Matt.. 37:3. Elder light
sey is the pastor.
OBERLIN BAPTIST Church
School started at 0:30 a.m. with
the superintendent, Mr. Walter
Curtis, in charge. Morning worship
service began at 11 o’clock with
the senior choir in charge of the ,
music, under the direction of Mrs.
BY MARY RUDD AND
BURLINOTON—On February 4,
Grade S B presented in its class
room a playlet entitled. “Early
Pioneer Life." The playlet was in
outgrowth of a unit of work about
Parents present for the program
were: Meed am es Eula Moore. Cecil
Fuller, Doris Vaugn, Clare* Parker.
Catherine Rudd, Mildred Bradsher.
Claudia Woods, Doris Llggins.
Louise Jeffries. Mary Enoch, and
Miss Fannie Clemmons
Grade 3 A proved that February
is a fabulous month when they gave
their annual chapel program on
Febqtary A Their theme was, “A
merira Is Greet." Characters were;
George Washington. Ricky Jeffries:
Abraham Lincoln. Calvin Hester,
Victor Hubert, Rickey Parker,
Henry W. Longfellow, Linda Pul
liam; Susan Brownell Anthony, Ma
rie Vincent; ■ and David Porter,
The entire clam participated in
the singing of patriotic songs and
Grade 7 C welcomes to Its clam a
(Phyllis' Mann. R. H. (Etta) Toole.
H. C. tSara i Brower, W. F. tThel
ma' Clark, John C. (Alberta) Lev
ingston. Wm. Hurdle (Ann), D. H.
(Thelma) Keck, and the hostesses.
' BY MRS MAY L RROAOIB
Elsie Hayes; organist, Mrs. Ludlle
Campbell. The morning lesson and
prhyer were led by the pastor, the
Rev. J. P. Dempsey. He used as his
subject, “Christians as one." The
message was enjoyed.
WILLIAMS’ GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday School began at 0:30 am.
with the superintendent, Mr. Phil
lip Alston, in charge. Morning
worship service began at 11 a.m„
with the junior choir in charge of
die music, under the direction of
Miss Jacqueline Mitchell. A great
sermon was delivered by the pas
tor, the Rev. J. H. Bryant.
FIRST BAPTIST—Church School
began at 9:30 a.m. with the super
intendent, Mr. W. H. Taylor, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11 o'clock, with the junior chair
in charge of the music, under the
direction of Mr. W. W. Hurdle; or
ganist Mrs. Ruby Greene. The pas
tor, the Rev; C. W. Ward, gave the
call to worship. Morning lesson and
prayer were also by the pastor.
Rev. Ward delivered a sermon, us
ing as his subject, “I need a broth
BTU began at :30 6p.m. with the
leader, Mr. Frank Hinton, in charge.
Evening worship began at 7:30,
with the pastor in charge. A won
derful address was given by the
Rev. Mr. Chamblis.
FAYETTEVILLLE STREET BAP
TIST—Church School began at 0:30
with the assistant superintendent,
Mr. Percy Smith, in charge. At 11
a.m., morning worship service be
gan, with the No. 3 choir in charge
of the music, and Mt-« < mi.
mond Miles brought a soul-stirring
sermon from the book of Isaiah
4:33. Subject: “Home relationship.”
Evening service followed at 6:30
p.m. with the Boy Scouts present
ing a womanless wedding. The ser
vice were enjoyed by all who at
MORNING STAR BAPTIST -
Sunday School began at 11 o’clock
Has Taught For 30 Years:
Phillips School Honors
Isaac C. Rogers, Sr.
BY J. B. HARREN
BATTLEBORO—In a 'Tribute
To Vocational Agriculture" and
the thirty-year teaching career of
Isaac Cephua Rogers, Sr., Vo-At
ISAAC C. ROGERS. SR.
teacher at Phillips High Bchool.
near here, a banquet was hold Fri
day night in the school gym un
der the auspices of the Parent-
Teacher Ass n with eighty gueats
enjoying a country ham dinner.
With Edgecombe Farm Agent X.
C. Boyd serving aa toastmaster, an
entertaining program of tribute to
Rogers from various segments of
the eommunity was presented,
with Prof. C. E. Dean. Agriculture
Teacher-Trainer. Agriculture and
Technical College, Greensboro, as
Aceotnponied by his wife. Mrs.
Anna Rogers, a Halifax County
teacher, (the Rogers live at En
field) Ike Rogers modestly accept
ed the glowing compliments of the
'This Is Your Night" type of pro
gram ss they were spoken by
friends ranging from one of his
first Vo-Ag student*. James H.
Dickens. Vo-Ag teacher. Fred
Douglas High Schoo’, Elm City:
to Prof. Dean, his former teacher,
wl h whom Rogers is now work
ing (on leave from his Phillips po-
Are Spoken In D. C.
Mrs. Corrtna Penny of Oarner
announces the muriate of her
grenddaugh'er Mias Delores Pen
ny. of Washington. D. C. to P.'c.
Louis Stephens of the United
•later • brother teem. Jo Ann and
Charles William Brown.
The student* in grade seven and
eight are bury choosing their pro
jects for the science fair.
Morning worship began immediate
ly following the lesson with the
choir singing, "Draw me Nearer.”
The pastor, the Rev. 8. R. Spencer,
brought a wonderful message.
BTU was opened at 9 p.m. and
evening service began at the usual
hour with th * pastor again deliver
ing the message.
SMITH TEMPLE FREEWILL
BAPTIST—Church School began at
10 a.m. with the superintendent, Mr.
E. B. Sanders, in charge. At 11 am.
the Rev. J. D. Ray, pastor, made
the call to worship with the chorus
in charge of the music, under the
direction of Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
Holder. Scripture lesson was taken
from St Mark 2:1-5. The text wm
also taken from the 2nd chapter
of St Mark. Subject: "Jesus return
ing to' the house.”
At 6 pm., the Young Peoples
Christian League met with the
president, Mrs. Osborne, in charge.
RUSH METROPUTAN AMEZ—
Sunday School began at 0:45 with
the superintendents, Messrs. Leslie
Campbell and Jessie Degraffen
reidt, in charge. Rev. Shelley Tay
lor conducted the junior church
services. The regular II .o’clock
worship service was conducted by
the psslor, the Rev. T. H. Harris.
The music wm furnished by the
Junior choir. Rev. Harris delivered
an inspiring message, using as his
subject "True brotherhood.” Mrs.
Annie H. Thorpe is church report
LINCOLN PARK HOLINESS
Sunday School began at the usual
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ing worship followed immediately. I
The message for the day was
brought to us by the Rev. Mary
Cotton. The subject was: “I once
was blind, but now I see.” Our pas
tor, the Rev. Eli Ratcliff conducted
the service, and the junior choir
furnished the music, accompanied
by Bro .William Ratcliff. The choir
tar directed by Mrs. Fannie Wash
sition, currently being filed by
Bobby Spencer of Henderson) as
an assistant at AAT College.
Paging tributes to Rogers as "a
patient teacher who worked hum
bly with students and adult farm
ers” instructing In the basic skills
in mass it to maintain economical
arm living were the following:
W. T. Oils, Vo-Ag Instructor,
Conetoe High School, now with
'.he Extension Service at ART
College; Neal A. McLean. Cone toe
principal; Mrs. Marguerite P.
Wimberly. Edgecombe Supervisor
Elementary Schools; Rev. W. Jud
xm King, Franklin ton Center,
Bricks; W. P. Draughan, Raymond
Moore, Samuel Lyons. Mra R. &
Hull, Mra M. B. Hoggins, Mra O.
D. Moore, Troy C. Hardy and
Phillips School principal J. E.
In hia address. Dean traoed,
briefly, the history of the Land
Grant College In the USA over the
past century, having received the
endonment of Abe Lincoln to re
hlbilltote southern farmers fol
lowing the Civil War. Dean men
tioned contributions of such men
as Dr. H. O. Sargeant, one of the
founders of Future Fanners of A
mertoa; Pr at. Benjamin P. Bul
lock. (Brick School native) who
wrote books on southern agrcul
tural patterns and taught for fif
ty yean—now doing research In
Atlanta. Ga.; P. KK. Simmon*. S.
C. Anderson; alco R. B. Pltagerald.
Nashville, each of whom. Dean
stated, “have left their footprints
indelibly in the day of rural pro
gress of tbs nation.”
Dean urged his audience “to
i*fk up on our tendencies to ne
riact our farms and homes, as
w«U m ths opportunities to im
prove ourselves through constant
reading and studying and acquir
ing better methods of doing oM
Dean advised that fuR etttaen
ship required supporting all fau
oete of good government—voting,
civic and rettgkmc partUpatton to
produce better public relatftna.
Stetaa Army. The wedding took
place on February L They wsew
married in a private ceremony at
the home of Rev. and Mrs. Un
de) Bridge* of Washington.
The bride won a Mae suit with
vhie atmaonrlno and carried a
bride bouquet of white earnatlona.
wm Marie Chavis wae maid of
honor and little Miss De anise
Sneed waa the flown* girt.
Mr. R. D. Sneed As the groom"*
TO PERFORM HERE Fol
lowing a two-year tour of Eu
rope, baritone Raoul Abdul, a
buve. brings Me program of
oongs and poetry entitled “The
Negro Speaks of Riven,” to
St Augustine's Collee* VI.--
B:9# p. m. He will bo assisted by
simgtng-aetress Alyce Webb,
who le currently featured In the
bit New York musical play
"Tnunpe's of the Lord” and
guitarist Larry Diamond.
MB. ROGERS VISITS PARENTS
Mr. Ulysses Rogers, Jr., of Long
Island, N. Y. visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Rogers of 6 N.
Tarboro Street recently. Mr. Rog
ers is the brother of Mrs. V. C.
Hamlin of this city.
AIRMAN VISITS MOTHER
A S-C Larry Mack, stationed at
Suffolk County AFB, N. Y. is visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Mack,
230 S. Swain St, and his grand
mother, Mrs. Uzolia Henderson,
who is sick.
MRS. UZELIA HENDERSON
Mrs. Georgia Mae Gerald, East
Orange, N. J. and Mrs. Mattie B.
Merit New York City, are visiting
their mother, Mrs. Uzelia Hender
son. Mrs. Gerald was formerly Miss
Georgia Mae Henderson.
BHAW SETS "PRATER DAT”
"The World Day of Prayer” will
be observed in the Shaw Univer
sity Church, Thursday, Fefo. IS,
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Univer
sity Christian Education Club is
sponsoring this observance.
The annual observance of the
“Universal Day of Prayer for Stu
dents” will be observed Sunday,
Peb. 16, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. in
the University Church.
The public is invited to both oc
MR. RAY NOTES BIRTHDATE
Mr. Alonso Ray of Rt. 6. Ra
leigh celebrated his birthday.
Sunday, February 2. Mr. Ray is
the brother of Mr. C. V. King of
DRIVE TO WASHINGTON, D. C.
Mrs. Millie Dunn Veaaey and
sister Mrs. Mary D. Moore, and
daughter, Lenette Moore, motored
to Washington, D. C. recently.
Thar visited many historical
points and reported a wonderful
Happy birthdays were said to
little Miss Btepin L. Dubnam,
Quarry Street and Sheri an Jen
nings. Smithfield Street, who ob
Pfc. and Mrs. Stephens will re
ride in Washington. D. C.
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BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
THE LOST KEY”
The key of yesterday
I threw away:
And now, too late.
Before tomorrow’s fast closed gate,
Helpless I stand—in vain to pray;
In vain to sorrow;
Only the key of yesterday unlocks
Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes of
D-15 Washington Terrace are the
proud parents of a baby girl, born
on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 6:30 p.m., at
Wake Memorial Hospital. The ba
by is named Kathy Arleen. We say
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Hosts To Club
Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Harris were
hosts to the Pastor's Aid Club on
Tuesday night, Feb. 4th. Each mem
ber present expressed himself as
having enjoyed a very pleasant
evening. Mrs. Pecolia Tyson is
Hosts Club Meeting
Mrs. Geneva Yarborough of 415
Watson St. was hostess to the Pro
gressive Club on Monday night,
7 eb. 10th. After a brief business
eision, members enjoyed a delic
ous repast Mrs. Yarborough is club
Grand Basileus Visits
Clinton Omega Chapt^
>mega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., was
onored recently to have the Grand
Jasileus, Brother Cary D. Jacobs,
of Indianapolis, Ind., visit the Clin
ton group. This visit was quite a
morale booster for the recently or
The Grand Basileus gave a
“State of the Fraternity” ad
dress. He informed the local
Omega Chapter of the general
status of Omega Pai Phi Fra
ternity. The National Organiza
tion, he stated, is In excellent
standing financially and 1962
was a banner year during the
past decade. He mentioned the
program being made on the na
tional headquartera in Wash
ington, D. C.
Omega Brothers were urged to
exercise their civic responsibilities
during this election year particu
larly. There is a duty for each Ome
ga to perform in his respective
Brother Jacobs was the house
guest of Brother and Mrs. W. E.
served their natal dates recently.
TOURED CAROLINIAN PLANT
Mrs. Blanche Durham of Mt. Ol
ive and her daughters, Mrs. Pan
dora D. Penny of Washington, D.
C and Mrs. Leonell D. Carter and
her daughter, Ronda Annette, of
Philadelphia, Pa. toured The CAR
OLINIAN plant on Monday after
noon. Mrs. Durham is also the mo
ther of Miss Claranette Durham,
one of the employees of the news
LITTLE BOY LOST
Mrs. Daisy Hinnant. 719 Rook
Quarry Road, reported her ward.
Wilbur Jones missing Monday.
The boy, 11, reportedly disappear
ed after school. He is described as
being 4', 2” tall, weighing 65
pounds, light complexioned. black
hair and of medium build. The
youth has lived with Mrs. Hln
m&nt for about a year and she
said he has run away some six
times during this time. He has al
ways returned, she told Officer
J. L. Stoudemlre, and hid under
the house. Young Jones' casework
er with the Wake County Welfare
Department has been notified,
Mra. Hinnant said.
ATTEND THE CHURCH
OF FOUR CHOICE
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be** tewed (be tori.
I OPTICIANS. u«. [
The Rev. Shelley Taylor wm
guest speaker for the Boy Scouts’
program held at Rush Metropoli
tan AME Zion Church on Sunday
night, Rev. Taylor spoke from the
subject “The Supposed 13th Scout
Lew.” He was well-prepared for
the subject selected which proved
to be a very enjoyable one. The
Scout leaders of the troop are: the
Rev. Shelley Taylor, Mr. Pedro Mc-
Coy, Mr. Edward Brown and Mr.
Jessie Degraffenreidt Mrs. Alda
McCullers is the Den Mother.
On Sick List
Mrs. Martha Hammonds of 531
E. Cabarrus St. is confined to her
home. Her many friends pray for
her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Charlotte Green of E. Ca
barrus St is out once again to the
delight of her friends. We pray
that die will continue to improve
as rapidly as she has.
Holds Anniversary Services
The Young Peoples Christian
Progressive Club held its anniver
sary services last Sunday at 4 p.m.
The Rev. W. R. Jones was guest
speaker and music was furnished
by the choir of Juniper Level Mrs.
Lillie Mae Terrell is president of
iuuiiu Miiu wtu> entertained
Kappa Rho Chapter at Holiday
With the season almost at a c\
the BO’K Hornets have had a i
mendous season with a 13-3 con.
ence record and 15-3 over-all. '
"stinging” Hornets take great p
in their athletic achievements t'
year. After dropping two of .
earlier scheduled games, the BC.
Hornets went on a 9-game winni: .
streak. This streak was halted by
Garner Consolidated «whom the
Hornets had defeated previously.
Under the proficient supervision
of Coaches Hooker and Spaugh, the
Hornets plan to make their home
record even with 10 wins when
they play host to Forest Hills Feb.
It in their last home game of the
The Hornets appeared to be very
strong this season with the teem
captain and playmaker, Lawrence
Dunn, a Junior, along with Andrew
Jones, a senior, averaging over 25
points per game. Edward Wall, a
junior, and the co-captain, has been
consistent with high rebound per
centages with the asistance of En
och “Rock” Holloway, a sophomore.
Eugene Hunter, a sophomore, too,
has contributed to the success of
the team with his cooperation end
excellent ball handling.
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