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ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY ! If the columns above could only speak, what a story they could tell! They would teach a history lesson of human drama to rival any best seller list or silver screen epic. Timeless and enduring are these symbols of our college education and growth. Volume 61 of the COLUMNS can and will speak clearly and enthusiastically in restrospection of a year gone by. We are familiar with the cliche " a picture is worth a thousand words " ; therefore, with pictures as well as the printed word we are seeking to capture an entire year of life at Anderson College as it took place underneath and around the columns - an important year for each person since it is a year never to be lived again. A year of personal trials, testing, victories, growth, heartaches, happiness, and learning more about ones self and others; a year of loving, loathing, caring, sharing, shrinking, rejecting, reaching, exploring. Turn with us through the pages of your life at Anderson College, 1984-1985. For the COLUMNS can and will speak! John McDow Duncan, Editor Lawrence Webb, Advisor i- .£Zz? con-tent (kon tent) n. 1. Often Contents. Some- thing that is contained in a receptacle. 2. Subject matter of a book or other written work. 3. The meaning or significance of a literary or artistic work as distinguished from its forms, analysis n. The systematic analysis of the content rather than the structure of a communication, ideas, feelings, assertions, and personal refer- ences, (Lat. contentus, p. part, of continere, to contain). - THANKS to the Houghton Mifflin Company of Boston for the above insight and in-depth probe into the dramatic and stimulating definition, and the implications thereof! Ladies and Gentlemen, YOUR TABLE OF CONTENTS!! r. ON 03 (0 c S ■M CD 0 CD ». ON O) O a CD Not knowing and having a delicate re- gard for the truth, I hesitate to speak authoritatively on a subject which I can not conscientiously substantiate; howev- er, after extended consultation with the Anderson College Chapter of the Seman- tics Research Center, Ltd. (ACCSRC) Homebase: Merritt Basement, third wash- room along, shelf 4, abandoned shoebox under wet newspapers, I have sufficient confidence to suggest that, in reality, this means: WHAT ' S IN THIS BOOK and WHERE TO FIND IT. — The Editor REGISTRATION! That wonderful little process which allows each and every one of us to become official Anderson College Students. This year at AC, registration was undertaken with a more modern approach, and computers were intruduced to expedite the system! Here you see some enthusiastic students who were unknowingly made the guinea pigs for the new sustem! Fortunatelv it was no maior trauma, and life on camDus returned to normal. •.. ■• " ' ■— 7v,V i«%iA;v)ft! m r ' A College life is never as much fun unless you experience it with friends. Here are some good friends ranging anywhere from South Rouse to Lawton Hall, to Eastern Botswana exhibiting the necessi- ty to group together, interact and in gen- eral, experience dormitory life collecti- vely. Don, Phyllis, Clegg, and Ann took time out from their rigorous study- ing habits to meditate one pretty afternoon and also share some mu- tual encouragement to continue on. No matter where he goes, David Wolfe always manages to entrance passersby by offering them first- hand knowledge on the enjoyment of tennis practice. He poses here with three of his latest victims. One of the great aspects of friendship is the on- going tradition of having someone to lean on. It would appear that some of the boys in South Rouse could no longer take the pressures and heartbreaks of the night life and decided to stop and lean on each other in their front yard. The summer of ' 84 saw the emergence of a classic tune by California ' s Van Halen. Showing their deep regard and loyal dedication for An- derson College females, these guys decided to take the bands advice and " Go Ahead And Jump. " Not having quite as much zeal or energy, the Ever so often, one comes across a friend who takes a girls decided to sit and discuss the issue of AC great interest in seeing that buddies are well nourished men calmly and quietly. and cared for. Just Being Ourselves Together When you ' re out enjoying leisure time with your friends what could possibly be more entertaining than taking advantage of left-over construction pipes for playing and posing. Realizing how ridiculous such public displays of silliness can be, these residents of the new dorm felt the need to run and disguise themselves as woodland elves. Feeling the need to show skills in balance and coordination, the girls decided to abandon the forest and climb on one another until a pyra- mid effect had been somewhat achieved. Don ' t be fooled by the smiles on their faces, even geomet- rical art can be heavy. t«H99Ffe iJW-i In keeping with the lyrics of that delightful tune, these unsuspecting girls found out that, " WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN. " " I ' ll show these people what gettirT down is all about. " We ' re never too athletically entranced to give a smile. : ■ ■ .■ JVR mSL At an out-door picnic, students and teachers took time to eat, chat and en- joy the weather. ' - -. ' 7 ,.w ,. ■ ' - j " I ' m sorry fellas, but we ' ll have to organize this. Please have my secretary give you a number and wait in the lobby. " Don ' t Worry, We ' re Still Just Being Ourselves. A delightful look into the music of the Go-Go ' s uniquely exhibited by Jack and the boys. A spine-tingling look into " The Dark Side " with Eddie and the Cruisers, via Clay Rainey Brett Carnes, Len Solsbee and a long list of musical maniacs. Martin Davis and friends portrayed Morris Day and The Time in the AC Air Band Contest. Leading us through a modern musical experience, The Band en- tertained and intrigued young men and women every- where. Assuming the role of Madonna, Cindy and the girls took the awesome responsibility of warming up the crowd, a job masterfully executed through dance and song. v y„ . Tj ilV More escapade i and musical madness from Tracey, Cindy, and Allison. Whether sharing the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat, these players remain faithful. It Who Said College Can ' t Be Beautiful? 1 Ann is just realxing in the sun. Elizabeth is playing cover girl. Jo is just being herself. ' ■ • -- . f -N v ' « J SI " Come on fellas, let ' s kick back, throw on a little jam and pose for the man. " Just a typical college afternoon, hangin ' around. " Goodnight, roommate, hope you sleep tight. " " Goodnight, would you keep the snor- ing down, please? " George Carson and Gene Ziegler, unsuspect- ing victims of - THE KILLER DR. PEPPER MACHINE! It ' s a tough job, but someone ' s got to take the first step off of the curb. Alright, now huddle up, we ' re going to run a wishbone right and we ' ll option the hand-off up the middle. - Ready? BREAK! 23 Traditionally, the library has been thought of as a place of study, to gain knowledge, and in general, increase one ' s mental prowess. These girls are exhibiting a trend for the ' 80 ' s. Who said the library can ' t be used for hide and seek. Occasionally, we find traditional methods still in pro gress. Just some typical AC girls, never too entranced socially to stop and give a smile. A One Day In The Mind Of A Typical AC Student .« v, j €T CASE STUDY NUMBER ONE. Steve Pace, a unique individual, experiences four facets of existence in this touching panorama. We see Steve observing outdoor activities (keep in mind the grin) and feeling secure away from it all. After summoning up the courage to brave the outdoors, he resorts to hiding in the bushes. Steve ' s antics also include a piercing gravitational study only rivaled by his balancing expertise. 1 Case Study Number Two William Russell leads the average on- looker into believing he is studying. More accurate sources reveal that his thoughts wander astray to such far-fetched ideas as girl chasing in the leaves to a mystical dream-state in which he sees shadows and nuances of light striated into haunting imag- ery. Is there some deeper meaning? irito Just a few loyal fans at one of the week ' s grueling but exciting intramural Greg Shealy is merely expressing a signal penalizing looking so softball games. good in public. • No college sport, such as Women ' s Softball or group activity, like cheerleading, could be effec- tively and thoroughly purs ued without proper stretching, warming up and in general good calas- thenics. Now come on ladies, all together and one and two and three! 2 College Competition Together Cheering Intramural sports play a big part in all students daily routine. It is a time to take a break from study habits and compete with other dorms and other classmates. " Come on Greg, smack that thing out of here! " IO An enthusiastic crowd cheers on the two teams dur- ing an intra-mural play-off game. After a long night of cheering and competing Chris and Danny see the need for an immediate nap. The problem was, who needed it worse? U Individual Expression Nick Shady sits in the cafeteria contemplating the possibil ities of eating the meal that sits before him. Alecia captivates the tender essence of a tranquil robin peering at her reflection in the birdbath. What could be more relaxing after a long night of studying than a wrestling match before bed!? £ I Jlfcj -««»« ii i« . ' ' ■ I y n» l ' — i i Af N .r: fee A96 -JS ' . 32 CASE STUDY NUMBER THREE Mark Jackson becomes an unsuspecting vic- tim of a terrible scientific experiment. Poor Mr. Jackson thinks he is merely enjoying large quantities of his favorite carbonated beverage. Unbeknownst to him, the containers were filled with a solution that would bring out the hidden thoughts within his head. A terrifying " beast lurking in the floorboards and un- der the carpets of any unsuspecting vic- tim ' s pathway. Furthermore, a mischie- vous gremlin playing out his slyest prac- tical jokes! The Continuing Saga Of — Student Life After a hard day of studying and taking care of his various Residential Assistant duties, Richie Abbott takes a nap to dream about hunting and pulling down a world record deer. It would appear that the only problems taking place at Anderson College are finding enough pretty young ladies to go around for everybody. life- . ■ ■■ fe ' ,. s. 34 Robin and Suzanne appear to be studying intensely but in reality Suzanne is writing a " Dear John " letter to an unsuspecting victim and Robin is reading the fourth chapter of her book entitled " Tips for Eighties Women, A Complete Guide into The Female Social Aura " . Billy Richardson, Carlos Ortez, Clay Rainey, Brett Carnes, John Denkins, Lyn Solesbee — They ' re concerned AC. men with a mission and guts to get the job done! " 1 think these plants have finally bit the dust, 1 told you painting them green wouldn ' t help! " as Just Remember, Somebody Is Watching You! J J—l ii 3 A Typical College Morning " Good morning, Joe this is your 4:00 A.M. wake up call — rise and shine! " " You ' ve got to be kidding me, I just got in the bed! O.K., just five more minutes. " Now, Joe, you know you have to get up and study some more for your big Religion Test! " But, I was having this great dream, I was a thousand miles away and I was relaxing on the beach. All I could hear was the roar of the ocean, yes, 1 re- member now, I had won a free vaca- tion for having made a 116 on my exam in religion. It was so wonder- ful! " " Joe, on second thought, you stay right there I ' m sending a doctor over to examine you, I think you have bumped your head! " it Anderson College Assets Who said working in the Post Office was no fun? Santa Claus (Clay Rainey) exhibits one of the advantages of being the merriest person in town. ft 8f 40 Some More Individual Expression — From An Automotive Standpoint. Some of the young ladies stopped their cheering long enough to pose for us. Daydreaming at night? Anything is pos- sible at AC. Following up on what was thought to be just a superstition, the photographer of this picture actually experienced a haunting, capturing on film three free- roaming, full-torso fantasms in the lob- by of Merrit Administration Building. Another Anderson College pretty face. 4i y w m You ' re just never sure where and when some unsuspecting photographer will sneak up on you. Of course there are also those who aren ' t camera shy at all. Who really knows what goes on behind closed doors at A.C.? The Student Government Association is structered to function for the student body. Here, just a typical meeting to discuss campus issues. . 43 Off The Wall! m p -6 i ■■ . -J Apparently some strange alien spacecraft followed by the emergence of its operator running in the shadows. Can you identify? «s Due to that terribly grueling work load, time in the library, to study becomes a valuable college asset. Whatever Mary is talking about so intensely, has Rinken in deep meditation. i£ A.C. Individuality I w _ ■ ■ r wmm—mm m i r — m i t • — " 1 ' 0 1 4L . Ho to «• So, kids, how ' s the swing? All a part of the wonderful college experience we call Anderson College. In cooperation with fine stores everywhere and the international maga- zines of art, culture, and fashion: G.Q., Jet, and Ebony, Anderson College will release its own catalogue of fashion and art for campus wear. Pictured below, our own model — Samuel L. Johnson, Esquire, displays a late afternoon, evening attire attenuated for an active and comfortable night on the town. This season ' s theme for dress is — " Be the One " — One of Mr. Johnsons ' own personal mottos. Mr. Johnson will be holding a personal auto- graph session immediately following his fashion tour of Europe. Tickets for the session will be on sale soon, so ladies please do not delay because there are only a limited number of seats available. He travels city to city, so many hearts he has won Dressed to a tee, showing all the young men how it ' s done Sammy Johnson on the beach under a golden sun He turns his head, winks, and says, " You too can be the one. 4V The unmistakable truth is that Anderson College students ' fa- vorite pasttime is goofing off. However, there is some merit in this particular case — these stu- dents are obviously exhausted after a long week of exams, a college phenomenon that tradi- tionally takes young minds to the parameters of sanity. These individuals, however, seem to have held up pretty well, ever- ything considered! u Warm college afternoons spent think- ing of you. The passion, the drama, the intrigue that we so affectionately call A.C. Meanwhile, back at South Rouse, Clem finds time to present us with a bit of optical illusion. Here, he displays his incredible elastic man act — Look how real the illusion appears. -d M S2 The many facets of interrelationships that come together to make up Anderson College. This year has seen much scholastic and social changes in each of the minds and hearts of its students. ■■ " .» " Now, I want you people to listen to me, our M M sales are way down this month. What is wrong with you people, don ' t you know that col- lege people eat more junk food than anyone else in the country!? " " Next month I expect all of you to bring thou- sands of dollars in to me — all you have to do is use your brain with those incompetent youngsters, I know they ' ll buy it. " (NO, no, purely satire folks — here ' s to the S.A.A. for a lot of hard work! Avis Ellis has a warm smile to give at Christmas time, a gift which is priceless during this particular season of sharing and caring. § E - fl c 3 . o U •-!§ v .E X V- N - CD r-c CD T Ol-O " 10 c e CO o t: i: re •£ D- c .22 !£ c ■5 s: S£ o € - ft) E uu c 3 Q) c id co 9 ri 3 CQ Just when you thought affection had left AC, we come up with some candid photos to prove you wrong. Even in the wintertime you ' ll see young cou- ples prancing around campus with all the energy of spring. Meanwhile, out on the tennis courts, William Howard practices up on his serving. I suggest John McEnroe should be very aware of this powerhouse! Wiiiifl, « Here are some of our groups at AC. 81 iiiiiii !!!!!!! Ml 1 w it S.G.A. Executive Branch S.G.A. Class Presidents April Bryant (Secretary). Clay Rainey (President), Darlene Hil (Vice-President) Maura O ' Leary (Freshmen Class President) Brett Carnes (Sophomore Class President) S.G.A. Freshmen Class Officers (L to R) Rusty Todd, Alicia Isaacs, Cheri Townes, Traci Hughey, Maura O ' Leary, Sandra Brooks, Laura Forshee, Alisa Davis, Kenny Johns M S.G.A. Social Board S.G.A. Committee Chairpersons o (L to R) Front Row — Charlene Mcdlin, Beth Fnddle (Special Events Chairpersons) Robin Raymond (Publicity), Second Row — Edward Jabbour (Movie Video), Andrea Barnes (Travel), Andy Perry (Communications), George Carson (Attorney General), Gene Zeigler (Asst Attorney General), Martin Davis (Commuters), Jo Anne Westmore- land (Dances), Randy Nass (Chairperson) S.G.A. Social Board Chairpersons (Front) Randy Nass, (L to R) Edward Jabbour, An- drea Barnes, Beth Friddle, Robin Raymond, Jo Anne Westmoreland S.G.A. Social Board Publicity C ommittee (Front L to R) Sabra Booth, Paula Roback, Robin Raymond, (Middle) Edel Mob- ley (Back -- L to R) Scott Bailey, Leslie Roper 61 Disciplinary Committee (L to R) Brad Waters. John Dinkins, George Carson, Gene Zeigler, Ty Peacher Social Board Special Events (Performing Arts) Committee (L to R) Rhonda Hudson, Charlene Medlin, Renee Cor- ley, Adrienne Drake. Cindy Bul- winkle, Brett Carnes jpn d Social Board Special Events (Tournaments) Committee (Middle) Beth Friddle, (Back L to R) Sheila Burrell, Laura Lakke, Jill Goforth, Tracy Goolsby, Cin- dy Ray Social Board Concert Committee (Middle) Chris Greer, (L to R) Dawn Stack, Allison Hill, Laurie Whatley, Jo Ann Dutsche 63 Social Board Movie Video Committee (L to R) Vicki Anderson, Ed- ward Jabbour, Mark Evans, Deanic Smith Social Board Dance Committee (L to R) Jo Anne Westmore- land, Darlene O ' Brien, Cheri Townes, Alisa Davis, Nancy Montague, David Pitts, Wil- liam Howard Social Board Shortcourse Travel Committee mi u ■ km ■■ MF 41— (Middle) Andrea Barnes, (L to R) Thom Cole, Rhonda Wooten, Kathy Stone, Kim Per- ry Food Service Committee (L to R) Clay Rainey, Anthony Marlar, Lori Swinson, Ben Rogers, David Waters Elections Committee (L to R) Karen Reecc, April Bryant, Melissa Turner, Ty Peacher, Angel Copeland 9 « Gospel Choir O I. K (First Row R to L) Cheryl Greene, Justine Patton. Avis Ellis. Beverly Melvin, Sharonda Brockman, Janet Blow. Cynthia Walker. Willa Mae Oglesby (Second Row L to R) Felicia Mallison, Lorna Oglesby, Julia Carlos, Kim Cobb, Sherry Ham. Rita Jordan (Third Row R to L) Arnold Farr, Tim Wallace, Michael Tutt. Troy Williams, Chris Leach . Resident Assistants Here ' s a group of indivi- duals who are required by the school to not only keep up their grades and take care of their own affairs but also have to supervise all you ZOO ANIMALS. According to their title, they are listed as " Resi- dent Assistants " but the duties they are continually called on to perform go far beyond assistance. S.G.A. Senators , Front (L to R) Robyn Axmann, Ka- ren Rcece, Susan Smith, Jan Bank- head Back (L to R) William Howard, Len Solesbee, Randy Phillips, Brett Carnes Campus Ministries Campus Ministries Officers Front (L to R) Angie Hogsed, Mary Wimmer, Angie Nicholson, Kim Kin- caid, Robyn Axmann, Tania Gray Back (L to R) Larry Pitts, Andy Per- ry, Sandy Kidd, Joel Keown, Len Solesbee Outreach And Fellowships (L to R) Benji Langley, Joel Keown. Mary Wimmer, Laura Lukewecki, Tania Gray, Amanda Burton, Louis Carver, Arnold Farr, Len Solesbee _ Mission And Social Action Church-Related Vocations Front (L to R) Arnold Farr, Kim Big- gers, Roni Jones, Benji Langley, Larry Pitts Back (L to R) David Waters, Dale Darley, Joel Keown, John Collins Journey Team Back (L to R) Dale Darley, Su- zanne Grenmark, Joel Keown, John Collins, Andy Perry, Sandy Kidd, Chip Smith, Darlene Loo- ney Middle (L to R) Angie Hogsed, Robyn Axmann, Amanda Bur- ton, Mary Wimmer, Dede Fletch- er Front (L to R) Arnold Farr, Benji Langley 1 Baptist Young Women (L to R) Roni Jones, Betsy Blanchard, Tania Gray, Amy Mar- tin Sunshine Friends Womens Agape Front (L to R) Betsy Blan- chard, Amy Martin, Kim Kin- caid Back (L to R) Roni Jones, Nancy Montague, Kel- ly Jo Callahan Front (L to R) Louis Carv- er, Joel Keown, Arnold Farr, Ronnie White Back (L to R) Laurie Maxwell, Crystal lsgett, Dede Fletcher, Robin Lee, An- gie Nicholson, Tracie Dye ?i Whether it ' s hard at work or hard at play Just typical AC. students on a typical A.C. day. I ■ A F m This idea of hanging around in packs is beginning to spread throughout the co lege. I think we ' re starting to form a seri- ous gang problem — they are good look- ing gangs though! V Len and Susan seem exhausted at the end of the day, but believe or not they really are happy to see each V other. Ann is in the library, when suddenly she discovers a shocking textbook filled with all kinds of ideas on that terrible little thing we call " evil. " One of the many joys about being away from home is that wonderful little adventure that takes place each day, a daily ritual commonly referred to as checking your mail. It can be an exhilerating experience, provided your trip is not in vain, so get in the habit of filling up some lonely campus kids ' empty portal. k The Student Center is a central point of campus life. It not only contains the Post Office, but also all the Student Govern- ment offices, the A.C. store and the cam- pus cantine for occasional snacks. Every student spends time here and it is a pleasant place to come and relax from the tension of everyday life at school. _ x: Some of the girls in the Pratt Dormitory exhibit a little bit of that togetherness that has been so well represented this year at A.C. It would appear that they are upset with one of their roommates and are taking evasive action to solve the problem — notice the look on the poor puppies ' face. fti Dear Mom You wouldn ' t believe things here at school! Today, for instance, I failed a Soci- ology test, my roommate was kidnapped by a bunch of girls, my goldfish committed suicide, wild horses trampled all my clothes, my car was stolen and on top of that the janitor declared my room a nuclear waste zone. Hello honey, I ' m going to be a little bit late for dinner tonight — I have had calls from the Braves and the Angels and I have to tell them something or I ' ll have to buy some other baseball team. You know how hard they are to find these days, don ' t you? Yes, a complicated identification process goes into effect every time you enter the cafeteria. Just another complication to being a student. I can ' t believe it, I actually passed English! Do you think sending him the cakes, cookies, and candy kisses helped? Where thou goest, there goest also. But at least take time for a picture. y CO c o (ft 73 S T3 (ft S COLUMNS: Monumental Pillars Memorable Photographs PORTICOS, COLONNADES - WHAT WOULD THEY BE WITHOUT COLUMNS, THE SCULPTURED STRUCT- ED SYSTEM FOR UNDERGIRDING WITH STRENGTH WHILE DISPLAYING GREAT BEAUTY OF CONCEPT?! 1984-85. WHAT WOULD THIS YEAR BE WITHOUT " THE COLUMNS " TO REINFORCE THE MEMORIES AND DISPLAY THE LOVELINESS OF AN ENVIRONMENT FOR CAMPUS LIFE AT ANDERSON COLLEGE ' «l Walking up the sidewalk to Watkins Te aching Center, I look around nervously. Everyone else seems to know their way around so well. But how can they? This is the first day of school. Stopping in front of the steps, I gaze at the building. It sure is different from Clemson University. Ever- ything seems more relaxed here; the people seem so friend- ly. Everyone except me, that is. I have not smiled once to the cheerful faces that have greeted me today. Why can ' t I shake this feeling of fear? I guess the fear comes from the knowledge that my future depends on how well I do in college. I am all alone; the decisions that I make now will either strengthen or destroy my plans. I must succeed here. • With much determination, i walk up the steps. Standing on the top step, I glance up at the column on my right. Its whiteness gleams in the morning sunlight. Its size and strength make it appear unconquerable; thus it adds stabil- ity to the college. This makes me feel less frightened and apprehensive about my future. If I can build my learning as this column is built, with a broad foundation and all around symmetry, I can possess a solid background in many sub- jects. With this thought in mind, 1 feel more confident about myself. Smiling to some other students, I head for my first class. Tracy Whitten 8i :•. V ' A SONG OF SERVICE If all my pain and all my tears, And all that I have learned throughout the years Could make one perfect song To lift some fallen head To light some darkened mind, I should feel that not in vain I served mankind. Marguerite Few „ IN ANCIENT GREECE, GREAT ACTORS ENTER- TAINED THE ARTISTIC SPIRIT AND FAMOUS ORA- TORS LECTURED THE SEEKING MINDS OF THE IN- TELLIGENTSIA UNDER THE DORIC COLUMNS OF THE ATHENIAN PARTHENON. AT ANDERSON COL- LEGE, THE ARTISTIC AND ACADEMIC ARE ENTER- TAINED AND CHALLENGED AMIDST THE CLASSIC COLUMNS OF THE FINE ARTS CENTER AND WAT- KINS TEACHING CENTER. SEVEN PURPOSES OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 1. To lead the pupil into a per- sonal relationship with God. 2. To give the pupil an under- standing and appreciation of the life and teachings of Jesus, to lead him to accept Christ as Savior, Friend, Companion, and Lord, and to lead him into loyalty to Christ and his cause. 3. To lead to a progressive de- velopment of Christian character. 4. To lead into enthusiastic and intelligent participation of the building of a Christian community and world. 5. To develop the ability and de- sire to participate in the life and work of the church. 6. To give a Christian interpreta- tion of life and the universe. 7. To give a knowledge, under- standing, and love of the Bible. — Cyclopedia of Bible Illustra- tions •s LADDER OF ACHIEVEMENT 100% - I did. 90% - I will. 80% - I can. 70% -- I think I can. 60% - I might. 50% - I think I might. 40% - What is it? 30% -- I wish I could. 20% — I don ' t know how. 10% - I can ' t. 0% - I won ' t. 86 If you have anything really valuable to con- tribute to the world, it will come through the expression of your own personality — that single spark of divinity that sets you off and makes you different from every other living creature. — Bruce Barton Laughter is expression of the heart It is such a joy when you take part. A smile is so easy to give We should all just love as we live. I give a happy heart over to you You give me yours too. I need to hear your voice, in your cheerfulness, I rejoice. Show how much you really care Give your laughter for all to share. — John Duncan •• ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS REQUIRE MANY HOURS BEHIND THE COLUMNS OF THIS BUILDING. Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed. — Booker T. Washington That man is a success who has lived well, Laughed often and loved much; Who has gained the respect of intelligent Men and the love of children; Who has filled his niche and accomplished his task: Who leaves the world better than he found it, Whether by an improved poppy, A perfect poem or a rescued soul; Who never lacked appreciation Of earth ' s beauty or failed to express it; Who looked for the best in others And gave the best he had. — Robert Louis Stevenson ABNEY ATHLETIC CENTER - - .„-♦£, - „ ■ . ' •. ' - Columns holding up mansions, majestic and tall. For children to laugh or dance around, or when sad to lean upon , Like columns to the mansions, Are true friends in our lives, Uplifting and supporting, through good or troubled times, Always there to laugh with or just to lean upon. — Tracie Dye m Hh ■ . ■ . •--■ Be not simply good; be good for something. - Henry David Thoreau tl NOT WHAT WE GIVE, BUT WHAT WE SHARE - FOR THE GIFT WITHOUT THE GIVER IS BARE; WHO GIVES HIMSELF WITH HIS ALMS FEED THREE, - HIMSELF, HIS HUNGERING NEIGHBOR AND ME. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL Dormitory Living Sharing And Caring, Getting And Giving ti SILENT E WITHOUT THF WAY THERE IS NO GOING; WITHOUT THE TRUTH THERE IS NO KNOWING; WITHOUT THE LIFE THERE IS NO LIVING - THOMAS A. KEMPIS V The language of friendship is not Each man can interpret another ' s Friendship is the highest degree of words, but meanings. It is an intelli- experience only by his own. — Tho- perfection in society. — Montaigne gence above language. reau M We cannot tell the precise moment when friendship is formed. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over; so in a series of kindnesses there is at last one which makes the heart run over. — Samuel Johnson 9S THE JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH ONE STEP — Lao-Tse If you come cheerily, Here shall be jest for you; If you come wearily. Here shall be rest for you. r. Etii II y i lid - If you come borrowing, Gladly we ' ll loan to you; If you come sorrowing, Love shall be shown to you. Under our thatch, friend, Place shall abide for you, Touch but the latch, friend, The door will swing wide for you! Nancy Byrd Turne Ift ' ■ ' ' f • ) - Dr. Samuel Arguez Chairman — Spanish Department Mike Bellefeuil Manager ARA Slater Anne Frances Blackman Head Librarian Butch Blume Coordinator — Business and Foundation Support Dr. Frank Bonner English Department Interim Registrar John K Boyte Chairman — Business Administration w Ruth Boyte yjjj Business Education Hugh Brinson Interim Fine Arts Center Director Gail T. Bryant Secretary — Music Department Dr. Robert Burks Chairman — Religion Department Dr. Perry Carroll Music Department Bill Childress Assistant Registrar Frankie J Childress Business Education James W. Clark Chairman — Music Piano Dr. Jerry Clonts Biology Susan W Coleman Student Activities Director Faye P. Cowan English Joni Cox CPT. Admissions » Douglas L. Davison English Walter E. Dahlgren Vice President — Development Jacque W. Davison Math Randall T Dill Chairman — Computer Science Brenda N. DuBose Assistant Librarian Rosa Lee Earle Housekeeping mu Dan S. Edwards P.T. Assistant — Athletic Department Dr. Carl English Chairman — Sociology Dr. Alice Fay Chairman — Chemistry Phil R. Franks Business Administration Richard Franklin Vice President Student Development Robert H Fries Astronomy Physics Computer Science uWU Carolyn Gabbard Secretary — Special Programs Theresa Gabbard Residence Hall Supervisor — Houses Barbara M Garrison Library Assistant Nancy Gates Residence Hall Supervisor Admissions Lynda Graham Assistant Bookkeeper Ola W. Gray Receptionist Secretary Financial Aid Margaret Hackett mg Q Assistant Bookkeeper Barbara Hammond Secretary — Alumni Office Dora L. Hancock Library Assistant Dr. Mark L. Hopkins President Betty Hanley Student Secretary (PT) Nancy G. Hanley Reading Study Lee E. Harris Admissions Counselor 103 W. Glen Hughey Math Cathy Hutchinson Bookstore Assistant Dr. Shirley R. Jacks French Dennis W. James Chairman — English JoVanna N. Johnson Alumni Coordinator Mary S. Jones President ' s Secretary Robin B. Kelly Chairman — Biology Ellen King Mathematics Mae M King Bookkeeper Dr. John Lassiter History Anne Martin Home Economics Mary Martin Chairman Home Economics Fashion Merchandising Gail Malamphy Housekeeper Dr. N. Eugene Mandrell Chairman Psychology William J. McBride Math Dr. G.A McClanahan Chairman Math Elizabeth G. McClellan Director Annual Giving and Alumni Affairs Kathryn McGregor Chairman Business Education j » Dawn McKenzie Residence Hall Supervisor Secretary Campus Ministries Grace W. Melton Evening Residence Hall Supervisor Ada P. Meeks Social Secretary Dr. Frances Mims English Fred C. Metts, Jr. Religion Cecil G. Mitchum Administrative Assistant Business Affairs .W Marguerite Mitchum Secretary Registrar Pat Mulligan Chairman History Phillip A. Nail Admissions Director James L. Owens Director Financial Aid Golf Coach Frankie Porter Martha Powell Director Womens ' Athletics Campus Ministries Basketball Coach Secretary To know how to suggest is the art of the teacher — (Amiel) The true aim of every one who aspires to be a teacher should be, not to impart his own opinions, but to kindle minds. (F.W. Robertson) Betty Jo Pryor Biology So, what do you think of our teachers? We thought this would be a good place to throw you a few words of wisdom. Thoroughly to teach another is the best way to learn for yourself. (T. Edwards) The one exclusive sign of a thorough knowledge is the power of teach- ing. (Aristotle) Wi, Lucy Rogers Secretary to Vice President for Development Linda M. Sayer Assistant Director — Financial Aid Richard Roberts Assistant Academic Dean James Saxon Admissions Counselor $m Pat Stegall CPT - Operator Sherry Smith Business Office Supervisor Bobbie Snipes Secretary, Admissions Eunice Thorne Secretary to Vice President, Student Develop- ment Lawrence M. Southerland Chairman Division, Health PE Sarah Spague English Paul Talmadge Vice President, Academic Dean KW Dr. Marshall K. Tribblc Sociology B.J. Taylor Vice-President for Business Affairs Dr. Brenda B. Walker English Marilyn L. Walker CWSP Job Coordinator tie Lawrence E. Webb English, Journalism Hugh A Weeks Director Residential Living Betty L. West Manager Bookstore Dr. William F. West English Sara C. Westmoreland PBX Operator Frances T. Welborn Library Assistant Rick Whiten Admissions Counselor Jim Whitlow Psychology Director of Counseling Center Carol Willis Assistant Vice President Student Develop- ment John Willis Director Communications ||| Linda Wilson Data Entry Clerk (PT) Mitzi Winesett Coordinator Career Planning and Placement Joyce Wood History Margaret Wooten English Susan B. Wooten Art 112 So, you made it through another year? Perseverence, it ' s a notable quality to maintain in college. Let ' s show them how well you ' ve held up this past year! THOSE FABULOUS - SOPHOMORES Richard W. Abott Ihab M. Ahmad David L. Alderman C. Scott Andrews Ted K. Austin M. Robyn Axmann 119 M.Elizabeth Bailey J. Scott Bailey H. Jerry Balding Jan M. Bankhead Pamela Ann Bannister Georgia M Bargoil Betty Jo Bartlett Wm. Gilvin Bates Robin M Battson Walter L. Belue Bruce Wm Benevides Lynne D Benevides 1 1 4H . Am JTJH 114 Karen E. Bennett Nathalie I. Bertrand Lisa L. Blackwell 1 | J l_ Sabra H. Booth John Michael Bowick C. Dean Bridges Sharonda K. Brockman Kelly L. Brown Rigoberto M Bruce April P. Bryant Wesley D. Bryant Elizabeth L. Bunton y»» Elizabeth A. (Liz) Cahn Brett L. Carnes George F. Carson M. Bryan Cathey Alice Monica Cheng Melissa A. Coker Debbie G. Cole John M. Collins Karen L. Collins Laurie A. Conder F. David Cooper D. Renee Corley lift Russell A. Cox Thomas L. Crowe Cynthia M. (Cindy) Crump Jerry Davis Martin Davis Travea M. Dehaven Kenneth L. Dickson Jessie C. Ditchfield Gregory Dobbins Adrienne M, Drake David M. Drake John McDow Duncan m James W. Edwards Jiamjit Eichhorn Tani C. Ellenburg Avis Priscilla Ellis Patricia L. Ellison J. Timothy Eskew Steven L. Farmer Arnold L. Farr Marvin F. Fleming Gregory B Foskey Mary Beth Friddle Michael E. Galloway HHH fTdl JL Tw lit Ronald L. Gambrell Mark C. Gandy D. Ann Garrett Kimberly A. Gerald Timothy O. Glenn M. Emaline Grant Connie B. Gray Tanya E. Gray Cheryl L. Greene Tina D. Greenway Cynthia G. Griffin Patti L. Griffin uy. Timothy D. Griffin Cynthia M. Grooms Sheila D. Hadden Scott F. Hall Johnna L. Hamilton Susanne D Hampton Steven G Hanvey Kathy C. Harrell P. Darlene Hill Angela May Hogsed E. Ruth Hooper Amy R. Hopkins .-W Brenda A. Hopkins Linda A. House William Vernon Howard Rhonda G. Hudson Laurie A. Huitt Lynne A. Huitt Carter G. Infinger Steven D. Jarvis Richard E. Jabbour Phylis G. Jeffcoat Carole A. Johnson Jacqueline E. Johnson rdM Janet L. Johnson Samuel L. Johnson Tracie L. Johnson J. Martin Joiner Leslie P. Jones Susan A. Jones Veronica L. Jones Wendy J. Jones Lynn M Julian Don Gary Justus Tangela E. Kimsey Kimberly B. Kincaid 122 Kimberly L. Landrith Benjamin D. Langley Anna L. Layne Wm. Daniel Leitner Darrin V. Lewis M Nicholas Lomax Julie C. Lucas Laura A. Lukawecki Paula M Lynch Richard E. Lyons Wendy Malone Cecil D Marett IS I Amy E. Martin David Charles Martin Henry C. Martin Kimberly J Martin Felicia G. Mattison A. Melissa McCroskey Steven C. McGahey Brian Y McKee Larry W. McMahan Robert L. McNair Charleane L. Medlin Stacey Ann Medlin W4 Beverly Rene Melvin Mariann Merritt M. Kyle Miller David S. Mitchell R. Edel Mobley R. Alan Moore Malura L. Mulligan Randy J. Nass Angela H. Nicholson James R Nicholson Nancy A. Noyes Willie Mae Oglesby 129 Carlos Ortiz M Cara Owens Patrick Alfred Owens Rhonda E. Page Ann E. Parler Julie S. Patterson Justine V. Patton Preston P. Pender Andrew T. Perry Joseph B. Phillips Julie Rebecca Poole Patricia G Powell . Jack S. Powers Gayle M. Pruitt T. Clay Rainey Robin Ashley Raymond Charles E. Reece Sheryl Y. Reeves Kristy G Rhodes William K Richardson Janet L. Roberts Benjamin G. Rogers Christopher S. Roland Elbonita P. Rosier . , William Crews Russell Jeffrey T. Sams R. Bowen Sauls Ladonna C Schuh Barbara A. Sears Lori Sevenson Nick B. Shady Charles (Chuck) V. Shuler C. Darlene Simmons Sharon L. Sims Quawn D. Singleton Tracy E. Skelton 128 S. Ross Skinner Alice L. Smith Carol R. Smith J. Kellee Smith R. Michelle Smith Richard D. Smith Susan J. Smith Terri L. Snipes Duane E. Spencer Thomas C. Stephens Amy Jo Stezin Christopher A. Sturgeon 129 Leonard L. Solesbee Laura L. Suber Barry Joe Sullens Stacey J. Thomas Eric S. Thompson Gwendolyn D. Tinsley Jennifer L. Townsend Joey O Tucker Melissa L. Turner Tammy C. Vaughn Timothy M. Vaughn Gloria L. Veitia y y Susan J. Vermillion B. Diane Vickery Cynthia Lynn Walker Carman L. Wallace Teresa C. Walters Brad C. Waters James C. Watson G.C. (Toots) Welborn P. Dawn Wells Jo Anne Westmoreland Laurie L. Whatley Kathy Whitaker m Susan M. Whitaker Valerie D. White Susan E. Williams Kyle M. Wilson Sandra A. Wilson Mary E. Wimmer Patricia J. Winesett Emilia Grace Wingard David S. Wolff UM Good job Tara, bringing up the end of the line quite well! Tara D. Zimmerman FRESHMEN! Dana M. Abercrombie Charles A Agnew Melissa J. Alewine Alfred Alexander Susan R Alford J. Elizabeth Anderson Lisa S. Anderson Michael T. Anderson Vicky Lynn Anderson Michael B. Andrews John V. Armstrong Wanda Lynn Ashley J. Gregory Askew 193 Georgia Athas Susan Atkins Lisa Ayers Rae Ayers Stacy Badger Mary Ellen Bailey Tina Bailey Susan Baker Vernon Ball Tami Varnard Andrea Barnes Branna Barnette Camilla Bates Deborah Bates Anna Beam Angela Beard Patti Belcher Vickie Belk Melissa Benson Beth Bentley Kim Biggers Lori Binkley Terri Black Amanda Ann Blair M§ Betty Blanchard Janet Blow Al Bolt David Bond Melinda Bowen Bill Bowers Patti Bowick Joel Boyter Terry Brady Jeff Branum Del Brock Don Brock Doug Brock Jayme Brock Lana Brock Latanya Brooks Sandra Brooks Tammy Brooks Devon Broome Donna Sue Brown Jimmy Brown Kim Brown Wendy Brown Lisa Bryant 13 Lisa Burbage David Burchell Kelly Burdette Kim Burgess Cindy Bulwinkle Candace Burns Sheila Burrell Travis Burroughs Amanda Burton Steve Butler Marty R. Cain Kelly Jo Callahan Barry Campbell Lynn Campbell Suzanne Cammer Julia Carlos Stephen Carr Tommy Carroll Rhonda Chambers Amie Chamblee Gina Chapman Stanley Cheek Angela Clark Randy Clark I3tt Kim Cobb Thomas Cole Debra Coleman Rob Coleman Denise Conley Christie Cooper Jana Copeland Bob Cox Steven Cox Allison Crawford Chuck Crawford Catherine Cribb Cliff Cribb Leslie Cribb Betty Crump Shannon Cushman Joyce Daniels Dale Darby Alisa Davis Michael Davis Tonya Davis Vergie Dean Jay Decker Tammy Dillon 137 John Dinkins Nancy Drake Julie Drayton Neal DuBose Jill Dudley Jeff Duffie Kris Duncan Jo Ann Dutschke Henry Duvall Tracie Dye Nikki Eberhardt James Eidson Susan Edwards Ricky Ellis Karen Elrod Brian Emorv Cynthia Fant Angie Feltman Sherri Fillingham Dede Fletcher Darryl Foshee Christi Fowler Jean Fowler Jill Fowler 138 Karyn Fogle Louie Fuller Cindi Funderburk Liesl Furtick Melinda Gaines Gregg Garrison Lisa Garrett Michelle Gentry Teresa Gillard Wendy Godwin Jill Goforth Julie Goodyear Tracy Goolsby Kimberly Graham Kirk Graydon Teddy Green Chris Greer Margo Gregory Suzanne Grenmark Terri Hackett Julie Hale Lisa Hall Todd Hallman Sherry Ham 139 Matt Harbin Chris Hart Malinda Harvell Todd Alan Hawkins Chris Hawkins Susan Hayes Bond Hays Todd Heebner Teresa Helmly William L. Hendrix Jeffrey Hicks Lisa Hicks Scott Higbe Allison Hill Wendi Hoffman Jane Holbrook Connie Holcomb Brenda Horton Cynthia Ann Howard Michelle Huckabee Watts Huckabee Felicia Hudgins Janice Huffman Traci Hughey J . Tracey Hunter Melissa Huntley Kim Idol Alicia Isaacs Crystal Isgett Kenneth H. Jackson Len Jackson Ronnie James Kim Jenkins Rob Jennings Kenny Johns Roland Johnson Barbara Jolly Cindy Jolly Eugene Jolley Allison Jones Jackie Jones Brad Jordan Julie Jordan Rita Jordan Amy Karriker David Kea Wendy Keepe Stephen Russell Keller Jeffey Kelly Fred Kerr Mark Kiger Tracy Kidd Dora Kimbrell Amy King Angie King Debbie King Becky Kirkpatrick Michelle Kitchings Philip Knighten Eric Kosan Laura Kraft Lisa Kratzer Laura Labbe Christopher Leach Anita Lee Robin Lee Tim Lee Brian Lehr Shelli Lewis Carmen Lindo Beth Lindsay Terri Linn yv i Nick Lomax Darlene Looney Patrick Looper Ernie Major Kevin Martin Melody Martin Michael Martin Johnny McAbee Lisa McAlister Jimmy McCalla Melissa McCarthy Jill McCoy Tracy McGill Page McLain Chris McNeeley Lusie Medlin Rhonda Mize Rob Moody Melissa Moore Wayne Moore Von Mosley Joy Motes Penny Morgan Amelia Carol Norris 149 Bridget Morrison Mark Morrison Nancy Montague Robert H. Moules Andria Murdock Pat Murdock Bryan Neeley Ann Newton Martin Nubson Delson O ' Cain Daniel Ouzts Melanie Owings Debbie Pace Lynn Padgett Phillip Parham Zanetta Lee Parks William T. Peache Kim Perry Jeffrey Peters Polly Peters Charles Phillips Kathy Pike David Pitts Larry Pitts 144 William Poole Marty R. Purdy Lan Quattlebaum Brian Rackly John Radford Christi Rainey Cindy Randall John B. Rankin Cindi Ray Tammy Redd Allison Reese Kelly Reeves Paula Roback Teresa Roberson Dee Ann Roberts Debbie Roberts Maurice Roberts Janice Robinson Kim Rodrigues Sam Rogers Leslie Roper David Ruediger Stephanie Sanders Sommer Schmeiske y;c Michael Sharp Greg Shealey Donna Sheriff Mike Sherman iUih Angela R. Shirley Debra Shirley Allison Sides Cliff Simmons Jimmy Simpson Chip Smith Deanie Smith Kellee Smith Melissa Smith Shan Smith Wilhelmina Smith Maria J. Southerland Dawn Stack Maria Staley Lisa Stamey Chuck Stephens Katherine Stone Miriam Stone Debbie Straw Sherrie Swords m Chris Taylor Kris Taylor Vanessa Taylor Leslie Thompson Wanda Tilson Stephanie Tipton Rusty Todd Eleire Tolan Cheri Townes Glynette Tribble Lynette Tribble Chris Turner Michael Tutt Roanne Utter Patricia Valdes Billy Varr Carolyn Vaughn Ladale Vaughn Suzanne Waldrop Dana Walker Melissa Walker Bill Wallace Kevin Walters Yvette Walters 1W Mark Warmack Clemson Watson Kelly Wells Don West Sandy West Andy Westbrook Todd Whisenant Dotty White Donna Whiten Susan Whiteford Tracie Wilbanks Karen Wilder Troy Williams Kim Williamson Frances Winchester Reggie Woods Robin Woodson Rhonda Wooten Tracey Woodall (0 o ft S (0 X OQ (ft c s X X ON 0) H LO Q ex; Q UJ 2 X o ■-a u u o o u u to lu to X u • -J 5 to s .. .. cc CC LU LU O 2 cc NO. 30 Kevin Hoffman - Wing NO. 42 Greg Gill - Post NO. 24 Derrick Robinson — Wing ISO NO. 12 Jay Harris - Wing NO. 40 Brian DeHaven - Post NO. 20 Willis Holiday - Wing 1S1 NO. 10 Milt Blakely - Point Guard NO. 32 Donnie Mazyck - Post NO. 22 Tommy Howe — Wing NO. 44 Kennsel Bennett - Post NO 33 Ron Gaiter - Post NO 34 Emmett Browning — Wing .. 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Front row (1-r): Trainer Janice Cook, Jennifer Pate. Lisa Garrett, Sheryln Stacks, Carolyn Fallaw, Amy Karriker, Roni Jones, Lisa Hart, Kim Goodwin, Lynne Huitt, Manager Doris Price Back row: Trainer Cecil Marett, Head Coach Pam Bryant, Statistician Joyce Isaac, Ellie Cassidy, Beth Greene, Angela Bradley, Page McLain, Jackie Jones, Monica Burrell, Stacey Thomas, Tina Greenway, Statistician Tracey Goolsby, Manager Jackie Johnson, Student Assistant John Collins. The Anderson College Women ' s Softball Team 14S V if n XftL. She stares down the long corridor towards her awaiting attacker. A second of concentration and one fatal sweep of the bat perpet- uates on entire year of practice and discipline. Here lies the drama in the ever-intensifying world of women ' s softball. Much training and effort goes into the preparation for a softball season. It seems at different times during the semester that the women ' s softball team never leaves the training field. 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X CN i O ' CO u O . r =: cn vO cn S JJQ 5 X tf ■ — 4 § s X £ cn CN 0 a r " 8 »- .£ Q U 3 fe-sS oj 2 r? A I " «J L _ z : . r- : or uj m ■ -Is S §[1 JJ " UJ z z or or 3 O u is s .S m . t ]u " D 5 S = cE2E Sj J =cSE " Sir = i5m-=UM| Oz w U or 3 t D _ WILLIAMS, Millard Route 5, Box 543 Statesboro, GA 30458 WILLIAMS, RoseleeN. 308 Benjamin Street Anderson, SC 29621 WILLIAMS, Susan Elizabeth 21 2 Cape Charles Drive Gteenville.SC 29615 WILLIAMS, Troy Warrick 37-A Earle Homes Anderson.SC 29621 WILLIAMSON, Kimberly Paige 232 Briarcreek Road Greer, SC 29651 WILLIAMSON, Wilton Mark 204 Nelson Drive Anderson.SC 29621 WILLINGHAM, Stephen C. Route 10, 202 Woodoak Drive Anderson.SC 29621 WILSON, Kyle Martin Route 1 Williamston.SC 29697 WILSON, Philip Ray Route 3 Hartwell, GA 30643 WILSON, Robert D Route 14, Box 67 Anderson.SC 29621 WILSON, Sandra Ann 1004 South McDuffie Street Anderson. SC 29621 WIMMtR, Mary Elizabeth 46 Pmecrest Avenue Great Falls, SC 29055 WINCHESTER, Frances Irene 103 Bradley Drive Pickens.SC 29671 WINCHESTER, Ronadl Allen P.O. Box 351 Walhalla.SC 29691 WINESETT, Patricia |o 1011 Evans Road Marion.SC 29571 WINGARD, Emilia Grace HlODobyCourt FortMill.SC 29715 WIN TLR. Brian |oseph Route 14, Box 155 Anderson, SC 29621 WOERNFR. Kurt H 28 Swanson Lane Green Brook, N| 08812 WOHLFORD, Randall Clayton 406 Woodfern Circle Anderson.SC 29621 WOLFF. David Stephen Route 6, Box 186 Gaffney.SC 29340 WOODALL. Tracey Lyn 107 Devon Drive Mauldin.SC 29662 WOODARD. William Stephen Route 10, Knollwood Acre Spartanburg.SC 29303 WOODS. F. Reginald Route 4. Box 728 Walterboro.SC 29488 WOODSON, Robin Sherr Route 3, Box 433 Piedmont, SC 29673 WOOTEN, Rhonda M. 204 Brook Forest Drive Anderson, SC 29621 WORLEY, IvyC. Route 1, Box 13 Elberton.GA 30635 WRIGHT, Jerri Michelle Route 1 , Box 465 Belton.SC 29627 WYNN, Karen Leigh 103 South Harbor Drive Greennlle.SC 29611 YEARGIN, Lawrence William 10 Sherborne Court Greenville.SC 29615 YON. Phillip Kevin Route 2, Box 139 Anderson.SC 29621 YOUNG, Ronald Keith 602 Sherwood Avenue Honea Path, SC 29654 ZABRISKIE, Miguel David 10 Ashburn Place Fair Lawn, N | 07410 ZEIGLER, Eugene Poole 470 Wells Drive Orangeburg.SC 29115 ZIMMERMAN, Tara Dawn 1313 Murraywood Court Columbia.SC 29210 ZUGG. Paul Van 21 1 Lemans Drive East Anderson.SC 29624 The Dreaded Advisor Lawrence " The Cuff " Webb 3 O § 5 § EDITOR ' S NOTE This year at Anderson College has been quite an experience for all of us. We have spent another year of learning, growing, and developing everlasting friendships. I have tried to capture a little of our life together this year. Be- cause there are so many of us, it is im- possible to vividly and perfectly portray every individual — there is so much personality at A.C. What I have tried to do though is remind you of past laugh- ter and memories, friends, and good times that will stay part of you always. When you think back over your times here — think of how much this place has given you. The real key will be how much you have given back. Don ' t give up the fight and remain in the light! May God bless you all, John PS — Hope we made you laugh too! ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY 1985 COLUMNS SUPPLEMENT RADIANCE, ATTEN-HUT! Radiance, a contemporary choral ensemble, was formed by the Music Department, in the fall of 1983 with Bob Heritage as director. Members pictured above (L-R) are: Beth Wiley, Tim Vaughn, Bimini Myers, Dan Heaton, Amy Hopkins, Martin Davis, Allison Jones, Lan Quattlebaum, Karen Wilder, Steve Woodard, Tracey Woodall RADIANCE, AT EASE! WIND ENSEMBLE Directed by Dr. Perry Carroll, the Wind En- semble is an established performance group in the Music Department. Pictured (L-R) are: Dr Carroll, Joey Ramsey, Dennis Cohens, Andy Westbrook, Brian Bridges. KNEELING: Stephanie Tipton, Tim Vaughn, Amy Hop- kins Who ' s Who Len Solesbe Robyn Axmann Marilyn Walker April Bryant Joel Keown Jo Anne Westmoreland Gil Bates Angie Hogsed Arnold Farr Kim Landrith Brett Carnes Jan Roberts Clay Rainey AC Artists ARTS COMMISSION VISIT - Dr. Chuck McCarter, chairman of AC ' s Fine Arts Division, was co-curator for a South Carolina art show last year in Rome, Italy. When the exhibit came to the Fine Arts Center, Dr. McCarter hosted the South Carolina Arts Commission (L-R): Carlanna Hendrick, Genie Wilder, Samuel Tenenbaum, Josephine Tompkins, Executive Director Scott Sanders, McCarter, Steve McCrae, Jr. SOPHOMORE ART - Jeff Sams was one of the sophomores whose works were in an exhibit which opened in the Gallant Gallery of the Fine Arts Center following graduation ceremonies. Beauty And The Lonely Beast Mark Jackson (The Beast) is enchanted with the soft words and kind face of his BEAUTY (Allison Jones). The Fairy Godmother (Mrs. Pat Mulligan) scolds the BEAST for his bad manners. BEAUTY ' S two greedy sisters (Quisha Hill and Amy Hopkins) instruct their father (Chuck Shuler) to bring them gifts from his journey. Pat Mulligan as the Fairy Godmother Arsenic And Old Lace In the spring, the Anderson College Theatre Company, directed by Denise Stevenson, produced their version of " Arsenic and Old Lace. " The classic involved two elderly sisters who offer rooms for rent and then put arsenic in the wine they serve to would-be roomers. SAN JUAN CHARGER - John Duncan (r) as Teddy expounds to Rev. Harper (Bob Burks) and Aunt Abby (Amy Hopkins) about presidential concerns. (Photos this page by Beth Byers, AC News Service) CORNERED - John Radford (c) as the ghoulish Johnathan finds it hard to escape Bill Alexander (1) and Brian Gullette. ARREST THAT MAN! " says Lan Quattlebaum (r) as Lt. Rooney. " That man " is John Radford (2nd from left). Uniformed officers are (1-r): Rigo Bruce, Steve Huff, and Daniel Lee. Spring Sports Kenny Dixon, Steve Hanvey and Nick Lomax serve as captains for the Anderson College Baseball team. Dean Bridges warms up before a long afternoon on the mound. Steve Farmer grabs a hard hit ground ball for the inning saving out. Chris Leach waits for the pitch, then swings at the ball. The throw from home base was not in time and Nick Lomax came up with a successful steal. w O O QQ 9 u en _ c o o s= » « (0 5 J2 O ■£, u r- ' CQ (0 ro 10 5 •!- ifl 2 en cj ffl (0 QJ 10 _1 U -?■ 2 a ai (75 SPc a. 10 J 2 im ° » E — - uu H H 10 O io cc H . z . O -5! C£ Jo U. CO - 0) " 5 o c a. " ■» £ D £ U « O .2 S -c « O o ( o -J O u o 2 8 WW 2 " X H 01 r- Q § - C c v 3 j - 3 . SO c)! g ( ll i3 T3 C C O T5 O §1 a U a o x c o EC Science Club The Science Club, in its second year, made field trips to Anderson ' s Badische Corporation chemical plant and to Atlanta ' s Fernbank Planetarium and Observatory. On campus, they heard guest speakers discuss computer program- ming, astronomy, health, and medicine. Pictured are (FRONT, L-R): Wayne Moore, President Lisa Smith, Joy Motes. (BACK) Faculty Advisor Bob Fries, Scott Tharpe, Neal DuBose. Acorns ACORN members, sponsored by the admissions office, assist with open house and other recruitment activities. Pictured are (FRONT, L-R): Stacy Medlin, Kim Landrith, Karyn Fogle, Rhonda Wooten. (BACK) Dora Kimbrell, Vickie Belk, Janet Blow, Kim Cobb, Tracie Johnson. The Year Ended . . . TOP HONORS President Mark Hopkins (L) stands with honor graduates after the May 11 graduation ceremonies held in the Fine Arts Center. Others standing are (L-R): Ann Brogden Moody, Gayle Martin Puritt, Lana Brock, Linda Wilson, Julie Patterson, Tammy Vaughn, Lin- da Mitchell, Teresa Walters, Mary Wimmer, Karen Collins, Melissa Coker. KNEELING (L- R): Tangie Kimsey, Amy Hop- kins, Joel Keown, Barry Sullens, David Alderman, Larry Pitts, Jan Roberts. The Class Of ' 85 GAYLE MARTIN PRUITT (R) receives the President ' s Award from Mark Hopkins. AC PATRIARCH: Speaker David White has sent all six of his children to Anderson College, includ- ing current student Steve White and math faculty member Jacque White Davison. FACULTY STAFF elected 15 class leaders to the Denmark Society (named for former President Annie Dove Denmark). STANDING (LR): Gayle Martin Pruitt, Lana Brock, Amy Hopkins, Kim Landrith, Stacey Medlin, Jo Anne Westmoreland, Robyn Axmann, Sabra Booth, Teresa Walters, Jan Roberts. KNEELING: Clay Rainey, Arnold Farr, Mark Jackson, Joel Keown, Barry Sullens. Photo Credits For 1985 COLUMNS and Supplement Principal Photography including Classes Faculty Staff Craft ' s Photography Anderson Other Photos Brad Waters John Duncan Beth Byers A FIRST Prof Bill Bridges (R) with the first group to receive Church Music Certificates in a night course which he designed and taught. Pictured (L-R): Stephen Newton Marlow, Anna Black Irby, Ozena Cunningham Harfield, and Mr Bridges. ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY


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