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May of 1981 honored Grace Colleges first
nursing class in an annual pinning ceremony.
After two hard years of work, the ceremony
symbolizes the attainment of their goal.
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It is sponsored by the Lancer Varsity Club to
honor the women who participate in athletics
throughout the school year and to
acknowledge outstanding achievements in
Best Mental Attitude - Dana Scott
Best Defensive Player - Jo Klotz Franco
Most Valuable Player - Nan Hieb
Most Improved - Kim Maurer
Co-Captains - Sally Jo Stover, Leisa Rude
All State Tournament Team - Nan Hieb
Most Improved - Teri Schneider
Mental Attitude - Trish Widder
Most Valuable Player - Leisa Rude
Most Improved - Joyce Wenger
Mental Attitude - Deb Heistand '
Most Valuable Player - Cheryl Waggonert
Woman of the Year - Leisa Rude
CE - Qlluh Manqnria
G-Club Banquets are held once a semester to
honor the male athletes with awards in their
Most Assists - Kevin Willour
Most Rebounds - Kimpy Sanders
Best Free Throw Percentage - John Boal
Best Field Goal Percentage - Dave Henthorn
Most Improved - Gary Blevins
Mental Attitude - Jeff Kowatch
Most Points - Kimpy Sanders
Co-Captains - Dave Henthorn, Jeff Kowatch
J .V. Most Valuable Player - Lane Lewallen
Most Valuable Player - Tom Abbitt
Most Valuable Pitcher - Phil Wiley
Rookie of the Year - Neal Frantz
Highest Batting Average - Greg Straits
Most Valuable Player - Al Strong
Co-Captains - Al Strong, Steve Martin '
Most Improved Field Man - Roger Stover
Most Improved Runner - Rod Penrod
Outstanding Runner - Ron Smith
Co-Captains - Ron Smith, Tim Hamman
Outstanding Field Man - Rusty Brown
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On May first, Grace College held its annual
May Day festivities. The theme this year was,
"County Fair." Each club on campus spon-
sored a game booth. These booths were set
up at noon and classes were dismissed for the
day. We all enjoyed the academic relief! The
highlight of the day was the crowning of the
King and Queen of May Day, who reigned
over the Days festivities.
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