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VOLUME XXXVI|( No. 7 GREENSBORO, N. C. NOVEMBER 5, 1965
"The Qream of CoUege News9
A&T To Feature Educators
As Guest Speakers For A E W
Colonel Goode Retires
To Become Dean Of Men
Lt. Colonel WiUiam Goode has retired from the Army to assume the
responsibiUties of Dean of Men at
Colonel Goode is a native of Dorchester, Virginia. He attended Norton High School in Norton, Virginia
and graduated with honors from
KnoxvUle College, KnoxviUe, Tennessee in 1940.
He began his imiUtary career as
a private on January 20, 1941, at
Fort Meade, Maryland. He entered
Officer's Candidate School December 28, 1941, and was commissioned
a Second Lieutenant March 28 of
the foUowing year. He then was assigned to the 366th Infantry Regiment at Fort Devens, Mass.
He served with the 366th as a
Platoon Leader and Company Commander in Africa and Italy during World War II. Colonel Goode
was separated from the Army May
2, 1946. Next he entered Eckels College of Mortuary Science from
where he graduated in February
1947. After passing the Tennessee
State Board of Mortuary Science in
March, 1947, he worked as a mortician in Knoxville, Tennessee until
October, 1948 at which time he returned to active duty and was assigned to the 24th Transportation
Battalion in Germany. This bat-
taUon was in direct support to the
Berlin Air Lift.
Colonel Goode was a part of the
first truck convoy to enter Berlin
from the West after the lifting of
the blockade in 1948. FoUowing
this, his assignments have been ai
foUows: 669th Transportation Com
pany, Fort Riley, Kansas 1952-1954;
69th Transportation Battalion, Korea, 1954-1956; 4th Transportation
Terminal Command, Fort Eustis,
Virginia, 1956-1957; Assistanl
Transportation Officer and Trans
portation Officer, Nurnberg, Gei
many 1957-1961, and PMS of A&T
College 1961 until present.
He has attended the Officer's
Communication School, Personnel
Management School, and completed
the Associate Transportation Officer's Advanced Course and the
Staff Transportation Officer's
Course. He was a co-developer of
the Army Command Management
System, Southern Area Command
with Headquarters in Munich, Germany.
Colonel Goode is married to the
former Lots Alexander of KnoxviUe, Tennessee. He is the father of
four boys. Two of them (twins) are
seniors enroUed, one each, in the
Army and Air Force Advanced
ROTC programs at A&T.
The foUowing decorations have
been awarded to Colonel Goode:
The Combat Infantry Badge,
Bronze Star Medal, American Defense Service Medal, American
Campaign Medal, EAME Medal,
WW II Victory Medal, Army Occupation Medal, Medal of Humane
Action, Armed Forces Reserve
Medal, National Defense Service
Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and
the Army Commendation Medal,
awarded November 2, 1965.
On November 8, 1965 Colonel
Goode will take over the job of dean
of men at A&T College.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Two educators of national acclaim have been invited to address
audiences at A&T CoUege during
the celebration of American Education Week from November 7-13.
Dr. Stephen J. Wright, president
of Fisk University and president
elect of the Association of Higher
Education, is expected to address
the special asssembly scheduled
for Harrison Auditorium at 10:00
A.M. Tuesday, November 9; and
Dr. William H. Cartwright, professor of education at Duke University, Durham, wiU address the
luncheon at noon on the same day.
Dr. Wright who formerly served
as dean of students at Hampton
Institute before his elevation to the
Presidency of Fisk University has
had wide experience in the field of
Thirty-three Aggies began their
student teaching duties last Monday, according to a release rrom
Dr. Charles L. Hayes, director of
Of this group physical education
majors lead the list with seven
participating. Biology is second
with six. Mathematics and business
education have four each; French
and social studies have three; history has two; and home economics
education, fine arts, chemistry and
industrial arts each has one.
Biology majors include Helen S.
Bolden, George F. Carlisle, Kiwana
T. Crump, Alexander Dawson, Jonathan D. Weston, and Mary Jane
Physical education majors are
Ollen A. Dupree, Jr., James Graham, Murriel Green, Jerry D.
Johnson, James Scales, Jr., Michael Smith, and Ronald H. WiUs.
Mathematics majors are Mary
Y. Jones, Charles Richardson,
Arthur M. SomerviUe, and Harold
T. WeUs; business education, LUlie
S. Kirkland, Gwendolyn Sherrod,
Sampson M. Towen, and Pargie
Others include Benny L. Davis,
Ruskin Faison, and Maggie Hines,
French; Theodore GiU, Leon F.
Goolsby, and Gwendolyn Rabb,
social studies; Mary H. Eady, history; Francis B. Baird, fine arts;
Frances Garvin, home economics
education; Harold Knipes, Jr.,
chemistry; and James R. Williams,
The nine-week period which began on November 1 extends through
January 21, 1966.
education. His recent election to
the position of Vice President of the
Association of Higher Education
places him in the position of heading one of the most influential
organizations governing higher education in the United States. AHE is
an organ of The National Educational Association.
Dr. Cartwright, a distinguished
professor at Duke University, gained even wider recognition while
serving as a member of the Conant
team which completed a nationwide investigation of teacher education.
DR. ARTIS P. GRAVES
Dr. Artis P. Graves, professor
and chairman of the A&T CoUege
Department of Biology, has been
appointed a member of the six-man
panel on CoUege Instructional Personnel of the Commission on Undergraduate Education in the Biological Sciences (CUEBS), and as a
consultant to George Washington
University in coUege instructional
The programs are principaUy
supported by the National Science
The primary concern of the Commission is to help close the gap between recent major advances in
biological research and the contents
of undergraduate courses in biology.
Other programs by cadet teachers and the Student National Education Association are scheduled
for Monday and Wednesday respectively under the direction of Dr. S.
O. Jones, director of student teaching, and Charles Thompson, chairman of the local Student NEA's
American Education Week Program. Both programs are scheduled for 7:30 P.M. in Hodgin HaU,
Room 101. Displays wiU be on exhibition in aU of the schools as
weU as in the Ubrary. These will
be supervised by Mrs. Anne
Graves, adviser to the local Student NEA, and Gloria Panton, president of the James B. Dudley
Chapter; Mr. C. E. Dean, oi the
School of Agriculture, Mr. George
C. GaU of the School of Engineering, and Mrs. Vivian Hurley of the
Since 1921, when it was inaugurated by the National Education
Association and the American
Legion, AEW has been a valuable
instrument in caUing pubUc attention to the needs and achievements of the nation's schools —- a
reminder to each citizen that good
schools are, to a very large degree,
his personal responsibility. In 1922,
the founders were joined by the U.
S. Office of Education as co-sponsors ; the National Congress of Parents and Teachers became the
fourth co-sponsor in 1938.
The theme for 1965 "Invest in
Learning" has been divided into
seven parts: Invest in Learning
"To Strengthen Moral and Spiritual
Values," Sunday; "To Cultivate the
InteUect," Monday; "To Enchance
Personal FulfiUment," Tuesday;
"To Improve Earning Power,"
Wednesday; "To Develop Good
Citizenship," Thursday; "To Enrich FamUy and Community Life,"
Friday; and "To Deepen International Understanding," Saturday.
Dr. Albert W. SpruiU, professor
of education, is chairman of the
campus committee assisted by Dr.
S. O. Jones, Mrs. Anne Graves,
Mrs. Anita Rivers, Mr. George C.
GaU, Dr. Charles Hayes, Mr. C. E.
Dean, Mrs. Vivian Hurley, Mrs.
Florentine SoweU, Mrs. Bernice
Johnson, and Mrs. Carrie Walden.
Otis Rousseau (right), captain of A&T's rifle team; and Clency
Roney, co-captain, demonstrate handling of firearms to Waltrine
Mills, an army queen, who assisted at the meet between A&T and
Tuskegee Institute. (Photo at Left)
The undefeated team wiU go against Wake Forest here tomorrow.
The Aggie team has already defeated Tuskegee Institute, Alabama;
Marine Reserve Corps, Greensboro; South Carolina State College,
Orangeburg; and the University of Puerto Rico.
Team members pictured are (L. to R.) first row: WiUie Boulware,
Edward Anderson, Samuel Jacobs, Kenneth Davis, second row:
WiUiam Douglas, Bobby Knight, Kenneth Cox, and Clency Roney;
third row: Otis Rousseau. Members not shown are Alpha L. Howze
and David Spaulding.