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Dear Mom and Dad, Remember liow I said 1 didn’t want to return to Grace this year? I’m glad I did. This year seems to be going a lot better-I think I’ve even managed to get a roommate I can get along with for the entire year. Seems like half the girls are married and haven’t returned. I guess they are happy with earning their MRS. degree. Not me! I’m back for an education now—forget the guys! Love, Penelope Dear Mom and Dad, I was just wondering if you received a letter yet from the college, maybe something about missing chapel! Don’t get too upset. Mom; it’s just that I don’t have an 8:30 class this semester and sometimes I guess I just sleep a little too late. I did cut a few times to study for tests. Well, anyway, don’t get too upset. Love, Penelope Dear Mom and Dad, Boy, you should have been at the Grace-Huntington game! The last fourteen seconds were enough to give me a heart attack! We had a three-point lead, 72-69. Huntington got a basket. They fouled Dave Staff and he made both baskets, giving us a 74-71 lead. Then Huntington made another basket. There were only seven seconds left and it looked like we were going to win, but Huntington stole the ball and made another basket. Lucky for us the basket was not counted because of offensive goaltending (or something like that). We won 74-73. I’ve never seen the Lancers so fired up! Love, Penelope 58
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Chapel Kenneth Taylor, Alva J. McClain Award Chapel services took on several new looks this year for the college. Commencing the schedule-was the Spiritual Life Conference with guest speaker Dr. Robert Culver. A special Bible. Science Conference followed in October with Dr. Henry Morris, Director of Creation Science Research Center, speaking on “Creationism vs. Evolutionism.” In the first mini conference of the fall semester. Dr. Hoyt spoke to the student body concerning prophecy. Students were challenged by four speakers during Home Missions Week in January: Rev. James Poyner, Rev. Robert Salazar, Rev. William Byers, and Dr. Lester Piter. Dr. Smith chose the charismatic movement as his topic for the second mini conference in March. Other mini conferences featured Dr. Whitcomb and Dr. Kent. Another innovation into the chapel services this year was the first optional chapel series. Students had an opportunity to choose from a list of ten topics the sessions they wished to attend. The G-Club Spiritual Life Conference featured for the third successive year Mr. Rick Huglies. Rick spoke on “Practical Christian Living.” Rounding out the special chapels were those involving the Division of Pine Arts. Traditionally, the culmination of the chapel session for the entire year was the awards chapel at which appropriate honors are made to some of the deserving workers who make the campus go. At this time one of the most important awards issued is the Alva J. McClain Award for Excellence in Teaching, this year presented to Kenneth Taylor. Rick Hughes, G-Club Spiritual Life Conference 57
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Sophomores Susan Alexander Karl Ashman Sherry Atkinson Carol Balsbaugh Leanne Baylis Dave Beeson David Bergliorn Anne Biddle Susan Blood John Boots Elizabeth Bowman Vicki Bradley Gene Bratcher Nancy Brenneman Becky Brown Jim Burkett Bob Burns John Carey Bobbi Cass Allen Cleveland Scott Coleman Camille Cone Duane Cory Glenn Cutler Leslie Daniels Susan Downs Tom Eichorst Brenda Elder Kathryn Ellison Nancy Emch 59
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