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Todd Robertson sings " Little Flowers " , a lighth earted inspirational song overflowing with advice to live by. Accompanying himself on the guitar. Todd Had ley performs one of the Commodores ' big hits, " Sail On. " A large audience, anxiously crowded together in Merritt Auditorium, expresses pleasant reactions to the amateur talent Talent Show 13
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Show Stoppers The Student Talent Show held in late September was a genuine success. Many people contributed to the produc- tion which was sponsored by the Social Board Coffeehouse Committee. Each participant should be congratulated for the excellent performances rendered. Kay Love was excellent as the master of ceremonies. The student body should be proud of the abundance of talent found at Anderson. The acts ranged from a creative dance by Kim Fortune and Donna Ful- bright, to a comedy monologue by Bill Horvath, to a melody of classical music performed on the piano by Keith Timms. Many beautiful songs enjoyed by all included " What I did For Love " by Beth McFaddin, " Out On My Own " by Frances Anderson, " I Quietly Turn To You " by Vickie Ray, and Sheila Bea- cham ' s rendition of " We ' ve Only Just Begun. " Other headliners were " If " and " The Way We Were " by George Hall, " Little Flowers " by Todd Robertson, " Touch Me In The Morning " by Kathy Mathis, and Dana Clayton ' s and Lorie Garcia ' s lively performance of " New York, Mew York. " Two other crowd pleasers were " Endless Love " by Kim Garrison and Myron Duncan, and Todd Hadley who sang " Sail On " while play- ing the guitar and who for an encore presentation sang " Free Bird. " Each contestant was a winner for consenting to participate. The S.G.A. Social Board should also be commend- ed on the success of the program. An derson students, in turn, gave a very healthy turnout and were receptive to each performance. Some freshman are eager to get into the swing of things, as Sheila Beacham demonstrates with a performance of " We ' ve Only Just Begun " ! Dana Clayton, complete with costume, adds some spice to the talent show as she performs " Mew York, Mew York " with friend Lorie Garcia. Kim Garrison joined Myron Duncan in singing " Endless Love " after Carolyn Carpenter became I2 Talent Show
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KTHftQ,,, SONCO Breakthrough — the Christian Wilder- ness Learning Experience at Anderson College allows students to follow Mo- ses, Elijah, David, John the Baptist, and Jesus in search of personal growth, preparation, and renewal. In the wilderness, students are tested spiritually, socially, mentally, and phys- ically. Some experiences include camping and canoeing on the Hiawasee River, Tennessee on September 11-12, back- packing, rapelling, and climbing at Looking Glass Mountain in the Pisgah National Forest near Brevard, North Carolina, September 25-27, completing an awesome obstacle course in the Wolfcreek Wilderness in the mountains of North Georgia October 24, climbing Looking Glass Mountain and Devil ' s Courthouse in North Carolina Novem- ber 5-8, and cross-country snow skiing and rafting second semester. Chaplain Sandy Kidd and Dr. Jim Whitlow organize the programs with the help of co-chairpersons Angela Duncan and Ricky Johnson. Tammy Pyler seems to be looking for an easier way through Scott Lenning is trying to find out if Spiderman is really able to scale skyscrapers Mary Mitchell seems to think a quiet rest at this huge tree branch would be ideal 14 Breakthrough
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