Milligan College - Buffalo Yearbook (Elizabethton, TN)

 - Class of 1981

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N Q' F .. .1 .. , 1 ,n J ' DEDICATION ...Q 4 tw. .. L' 1 1.7 sg "V r A . ...ig up ff 5 i t Q , n! y if aw' iff ii' 17 f.f -. 5. 5' f. 'X X 'P 'ar x -1. Rodney D. Irvin came to Milligan College in 1972. Until January 1981, Rod served as Director of Communications at the college. Rod is a native of Kingsport, TN. A graduate of Milligan, Rod received his M.S. degree in Commu- nications from the University of Tennessee. He has served on many collegiate and community or- ganizations. He chaired the Education Committee of the Tri-Cities Metro Advertising Federation, and served on the nominating committee of the Southeastern District of the American College Public Relations Association. He was also a mem- ber ofthe National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Sports Information Directors Associ- ation, and served as Basketball information Direc- tor for the Volunteer State Athletic Conference. Rod also served as Director of the Milligan Col- lege Alumni Association, and advisor to the year- book staff. For a time Rod and his wife, Ann, lived on campus as head residents at Hardin Hall, when Hardin was a men's residence. Well thought of by all that know him, Rod has proven to be an outstanding example to the entire college community. The 1981 Buffalo staff proudly dedicates this book in his honor. Since his leaving in January, Rod has received a position at Tennessee Eastman as a Director of Public Relations. . -.,. i 'A" tw 2 r -f Milligan College has a unique mission and provides a unique and valuable service to our people. Its history binds it to the Christian Church and to the ideals of the New Testament. Inherent in those ideals is the concept of the priesthood of all believers. My commitment during my term president has been to the education of the people of God in order for them to fulfill their priesthood in the finest way possible. I hope that the last fifteen years have contributed to a fulfillment of that mission and that Milligan's future will further enhance it. Jess W, Johnson Dr. Jess W. Johnson has served as vice president and president of Milligan College since 1966. As of this year, Dr. Johnson accepted the appointment as Chan- cellor of Milligan College effective June 1, 1981 through May 31, 1982. This appointment followed the an- nouncement of his retirement from the presidency of Milligan College. 1. L. Rua 1 ' 5 ' jvlrkt 1 . 3: Dr. Johnson speaks at faculty retreat. 18 I 17 1 . FROM THE PRESIDENT ,, I Y , . ': ' ,fi 1531..- 0 , 1 .. fi af, cw," , elif : :Wx fl fi ' " f'T?5"i?'?f ' , -: 134. s -' W . , 4 " f., :gtg All 2-4 ra f 'i i- ' i ' f 1 1 it ' l. fb i .Z f . N1 -A f Tf' ' "2f:2:'g' xii 1 ' X ant'-' r ...na Lf. ' 'tif ' -..- - . f' -..EY Dr. Johnson enjoys ice cream social with Milligan students. purse!-'H -vga!!! ln a class room at Derthrick Hall, Dr. Johnson lectures. BUFFALO MILLIGAN COLLEGE 'Q'?M5Si??Z1Q??i3 Q M ' Wiiiwiie " 1 ll'lfI'OdUCflOn 5 wx! 5 5 7 1 20 Sensors azgivg- mash-yaan.-,qu I ,ff A 7 4, JP' 'T 82 Student Llfe morgan.:- 116 Sports 38 Underclass 134 Organuzatlons 68 Faculty and Ad 166 Advertisements l SENIORS gl. A XlfN -AA , ,. ,hz 'N fk -ff Srl! Z! Y.. 44 r is "L V' X. I Graduation, May 17, 1981, is a milestone at which we find ourselves reflecting on the past and contemplating the future. 1980-81, has been a hectic, rewarding year for sen- iors in many ways. As a class, we conducted monthly prayer breakfasts, shared in mo- ments of devotion, hosted skating parties, and cooperated in several fund raising ef- forts. We were instrumental in the revival of the ever-popular Faculty Follies, an event enjoyed by the entire Milligan community in January. Most seniors would agree the high- light of our year was the Senior Class Re- treat, held April 3-4, at Christmont Christian Assembly, near Ashville, N.C. For those who attended, the Retreat was a memorable weekend for strenghtening friendships and renewing faith for the days ahead. The Class of 1981, has provided active participation and responsible leadership in all aspects of campus life since our arrival in August of 1977. Yet far greater than what we may have accomplished at Milligan is what we have acquired here. Surely we have in- creased in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man. May we be thankful for those who have aided and inspired us along our journey thus far, and building on already es- tablished foundations, continue to, grow in Christ's love, always seeking God's will and favor in our lives. SENIOFRS X4- ali? 1, 11 "5 tg Qi. N' Cleft to rightl Donna Bean, Treas.g Randy Nicks, rep., Birdie Black, rep.: Don Reeves, V. Pres., Vicki Jones, rep.p Mary Lynn Dell, Pres.g Carl Ffyden, rep.g Kathie Bailey, Sec. The final words of Laban to Jacob in the Old Testament, now known as the Mizpah Benediction, are most appropriate as we past and follow new paths. "May the Lord watch between me and thee." Genesis 31:49. Mary Lynn Dell, President Class of 1981 22 .. .. - Q7 -.1 1 1 1, I X . . I Q F A f ron 'T ' English mestown -' .' .'-5 I f f ,. -. .. ' Q Sha! Hines Allen T.,T..,s.g?-j. ' , EL fag-I. , " ' .7 .T, ff' ' VT 'ff ' if M 'nv' ' " M. 11 . . -- " 'rg 4 " 4 .'. mm ' " 5 ' , ,- . " 44 , -1- 1 Lewus Brown Buble Q , H115 er Xiu. , K . XM ' f U' 5 0 if Gaye C Physldal Edu Mableton Georgia .ASL nf v-., J . Bl . .ff N! ,Fda My . vs' J 1 Canton' Elmer Corblt and Physical Education , io' l'5 7 W v." re'f ,, -- 1412 U as -' Vg ,:f 'VE 93 A, A 1' Q' ,V., , Q, ork Accounting Depew 9- ' College, Tennes - Vai" 1 'Y 'Dv N3 zf Q3 3 Ro e IDS ' ,Hum -- -4 'X art, sl , 'Li ,H 'ff-af" " 5""H.e.i-V X .' -,.'f!g? mffb W vii ff' 'x Floyd , -fuk . x. . 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', .-1 f '- ,I .. ff., -' ,, .. , ffm . ff ,- A ,.. a r i A 1 .A x Vai? - Ie , 4 ., A ,. M. f J 5 13 ' R ,, . . ,:- ,L , AP,- Y 54' If , I -xi Tom Fasham, freshman Richard Wead, and Jeff Cook find Rhonda French willing to try the water slide 29-in Af'V:,H':'4 'W P.H.'WEL7SHlMER Msmonmf usminv 33 MILLIGAN CULLEGE. TENN. 37682 54 1: 0 34 5--3' Iii H, , Cv -n ,1.' I' gf. Lu.: -X ' 4 Anthony L Bible ,, tol r - x'- , X - , x 1 K L, , , . 9 . K: ', ' 4 'I ff: :A 'brig fy sefe 1 fad! . u -1611 'cfs' .', T' wk nn I 1. i '-J . 1 3 1' 4. 6 4 ' -1- .hd News, Qu... Ohio I Ay .1 2 ff: 45-4.,i 'IX V.. .4 W 'z 'Pa Lisa Robinson checks out her figures. 37 UNDERCLASS X Junior Executives: Cindy Wead, Jaye Rupert, Lane Thompson, Jim Green, president, Vickie Hill, Sue Flossen, Cynthia Alber Doug Anderson Jean Anderson Gwen Babel Debbie Baines Marianne Barnharte Beth Bingaman David Boden X ff will EQ f Doug Anderson ' 557 "Bl .65 ,,1 . -rg, 2 ., 1 . ,- .vlf , ' 'I- T 41 fl 4. g-5'..'L l. JUNIOFZS 1- Ji fi 40 JS. f I : A.. .1 U, ' l l ae lb jfgiaqa, -an-1 QM 5 14 sf sf' -v al tc 1 V ,M ,f WW W W' 25-f If I - 5 ,I 3 I W, 2 Jan Bristoe M Joe Brickey 'tr' ' Thomas Brunsman , , Amy Bucher gr 5: Lori Anne Cain Kathy Campbell Sandy Chamberlain Allen Dean Rebecca Duncan Bill Dunn Marvin Elliot Lisa Evans Craig Fair Dennis Freeman Carrol Garbin Denise Gaston Teresa Gee Cheryl Gilbert Harry Gill Susan Gray Linda Graybeal Jim Breen Bob Hall Jayne Hardy Laurie Harvey Susan Hamilton Brenda Hawkins Vickie Heinen 14-5. pf Y A Qc: as ff!" 5.1-"'A ' r 'T ,E ui ' . fr K in f 1- il 1 ask mf, 's 5 V .5 N 5 4 N 5,3 N-.1 5 if Ffa jf f' AJ.:-f JUNIORS .,. V- S x N, N 1 f 3, P: X l 4- we -- , 5 - - i- ' a. 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My A'-15:-'sl 5143124 'EQHEQ f:l'fff:.i.:'l'-:",'. p Tom Phillips Gary Pringle Patty Profitt Barry Ratliff Pam Rhoades Marlessa Rose Becky Ross f Tammy Ross l ,ili, 1,1 lvlx in V I X H ' ' Sue Rossen L 3 I ' Jaye Rupert :Q if V " il .- fm lLf.'f:"'f'. . .M ' ml, 1,1 9 rw 4' is ' -351 1 f, fr' if - -ff. D. , , gn., 5 .W Sandy Saylor 9' ' Q-,, ' "lf: ' L - ,,4,,,y+, ' Randy Seals Mary Beth Seay Shelyne Shipman Charles Shores Jeff Smith Dave Snyder Bill Sauder Cory Spotts n n 'u. , I I vu .5,L, .. X, 3 4 JUNIOFRS Ax . f- We R1 -,,- v , ,- .-1-: .,., M R ei if gi H ,. 1 gf, H -ff' ' S. 'E, l I .1 Y "f ix: . . 4 P M 6 1 r V1 .gf , 35' 'Q ,- EE :' r 5 A. i - . . Y y XX. ' W X xiii : :fi ' - NN ,- ,a 77 in ,x- V V .x 2? Ken Summay Paul Sutherland Brian Tucker Rick Tull Fred Wallenfelsz Cindy Weed Marv Westfall Gladys Wine Tim Wolther Doug Yeaton Fiod Andrews Laura Arnold Amy Black Phil Bolus ,w..:-1- . SOPHOMORES C 1 I lv 'lx f 0 ' A I I Q s -p,, N' A .,.'1".h 1 'if' sf 4. I el. V I Q- , Sophomore Officers: Charles Sanders, public relations, Candy Witheerg treasurer, Bill Weekly, representative, Cindy Jack- son, representative, John Green, president, John Hall, representative, Suzie Floss: representative, Sharon Dowtyg vice president, Theresa Messimerg historian, Charlotte Witteg secretary. U A--,.g " y K , FLT -1 ,r 1 ' '- t l 'l .4 I .-'F' Jr' f, 'H r 4 X SOPHOMORES 'F 7 - i -'1 - i i x t X. K im'?wBwf5JTi X N 43 t Om t VI my QI? , x 9 X Q.,-T P-is -' N X- .ft r Y. 4' '- ' Y-CWA. S: . '-: : ' ,K I 4' X ? as x'i'X3. 'gt Nl XII M fy, 5 s is Nr SXT N 3 Xt, N 5 . ex K si vii t tt 'x S N X 3 z z-- v-. , x"' 3- 4. to t Q 1. i . , Q , ,. ,222 J ., wysg 5 X .Q 1. f t-, . . ,.- 1 -: Sy M3555 2 . sc. - -but V ,W 1 1 ,. . , tt X X Q t Yr' wt Q 1+ tx QA X . f " it . ' ak nqv TTN5' I . Q' . u' , ,, Q .4 N.-, 4 " 75 '6..-Q 4' we .A ' -f me it V ,515 A ., ,. , ..,,t .,, E Beth Bostwick Robert Burkhart Kay Carmichael Ann Carter Robin Carter Randy Chestnut Stan Clevinger Margaret Cloud Corri Cosatta Becky Currier Steve Curtiss Martie Dameron Cindy Davidson Taffey Davis Eric Deemer Jeff DeVries Jim Dodd Nora Dorton Sharon Dowty John Dyer Lisa Ellenberger Renee Epps Jeri Fisher Dan Foote Barb Fordyce Bonnie Gardiner Connie Gardiner Todd Gattis Paula Gilley Rick Gray ,John Green Karen Gwinn 1. ,I 2 i I , G 'r '1E , . .- Sv V CN. fra, 1 '-avi if ' i :'rx,, V iV fb " -Y ex- 'fffff-' K5 ,f Q an I '1 i' , V Q, g W' i i 7 I 5 I .ZQ C i SOPHOMORES i- 411335.-' 'T 1 - :QV ,-g,1gg,5,w.--9 V ' a N 1:-Yr:-14-z .-'nw '-: ffcf ' -- - 'f'1551f:'2 " vi 5112152--I A -r 1:--for-f '2:g2:-f.1'- ,f1::f2:,a ,urn . ag, 3 f : - l gZg.Zj.g-3 131 ,A l , , l,3??9IIIfC,f ' " "mm" 1 V 1a,4aa21f,:---1:-, ' , - .- cv,-v.l','::,g , .9 Qf5M:5r':5:4:-H . "ff 1-'AQ Www, bg. SX Laura Arnold has mixed feelings aboul taking a ride on the slip 'n' slide. John Hall David Hamlin Tim Hartman Charlie Hill John Hopkins Jeff Ingram Ty Johnson Rhonda Jones Kathy Karnes Donna Kidner Kendra King Phil King Kelly Kraemer Steve Leach Dana McBrayer William Mclntosh David Mayberry Theresa Messimer .,-.......t.,...hV.-..7v..v.?-W--Y 7 --Y- V V ,WW f '- . The announcement of a pop quiz does not seem to make John Green very happy W Q x ' QS' f as 5 A X --E N w 1. X -Q gk 1' , , 5 5 M - e if.. 5. F' r Nh , 6 F ,-.. ,. - ,f 1 I 1- " 1195. H, X. - t V 6 tx A A, A g x"?f l v MQ x I A A X SOPHGMORES s 263: M X X: --Arcqmgq , 1 b X 5, , qw X . , -sf"" 5' .. N. A. ' .9f"'j--:A-H -gg." U I 5555. ,.,J'3q: aww?" 2-rl ' J-if X ' .ey "mn -ef . N -i , -xr -1 iv'-. ' Kuo. in W , rQeL.E 5355i ' 'i "Ni-at ,L.., Q . A ? . A+ if: - ' +2 W' - , a Q x 1 " " " . ,' i y? ' . ,Q-:gg f x x or-. ,yfifffzf 535 57? -115 'Y' 'Y ,Q 'i22""?fiw x .ff 5 'r -. , f 'R .. i ef' . , ,... V xlisf' lsn't tennis practice going well, Jeff? ..i'.i- X -1 . M.: if 1' :TEES S - ' 1"5:?aN. fiiffl wa w 'I sf -. E - Ea 'li ' , 'X Q ,' E 'N V C-Sw, l -5: w - V-1-. , f , :- R, ., I ' ' "" ' -"' iif1ff'?i5i1X If' ' .: it i-"4 f . ' ' iii l 1 1 i .45 AA .K-. A4 . i .Ni . '51 . aff: l t--'- f x 'V Qsfirfxii-.-:f,:.., , f ' -::LE225f 5 G R3515.,.5':'.g:515'raji:1::. .- '--::52q:,-' - ' -MQYNQ'--s-15:21-1-5-f 315- '. 4, -:"5. KS: ',"""'4":f5SEELEIFETQ:-:X .E?:ff' Y:Q:4:4'f' 'jig .- , ,.: ,.... . t.., H ' 'uftwf '-1 i Cindy Miller Lisa Miller Lori Morrell Patty Morrell Debra Overdorf Ted Pierce Kimmie Poteet Kathy Rhea Randall Richesson Sandy Richely Chris Robinson Elizabeth Ross Suzanne Floss Jeff Russ Denise Taylor Carolyn Scarem Tina Shatto Greg Small Steve Smith Anne Stilwell Kathy Suchan Lane Thompson Mike Tuttle Marcia Vick Vic Vogt Lisa Walker Janet Waterbury Bill Weekley . A , K, ,VQQ X T ,A ,fy C 5 ' iliftt -. l- -fy l' 44- 4 l Sf, Q - s at 3 E 3 T.-3' KE, . fi ' S 1' QQ? vi pang f if -hiv Q9 K I 1 1 off' , " 1 7 if SOPHOMORES 4 .j,. , 5? .,r - , if ' " f d f T 'iffgizfl- 45 'af' w X yi:- V ' 9' l -1d'-2 '- . 3 9 " 1 - ,, Q Candy Watcher wif.-' :' 1 "' -"V-fwffi. - - Charlotte Witte -3, ,,.-.rffg gfg y ,., .V , Z E:3.gZ.A. ,-4 .4.5-I. 2-ug! Woodward rahf'-ff.':. mu-"!7"4' rf! 'fx' .-J Creme: Young ,A Our own Lady Diana converses to another Hardin Princess, Corri Casatta. FHESHMEN if xt- "F i Freshman officers: Felicia Walther, Mark Harris, Dave Bowyer, Brenda Garfeild, Tressa Wiggington, Mike Brown: president, LaDonna Coy. The class of 1981 is a very special and spirited group of people. What oth- er class was able to run the Milligan mile twice? Yes, we did it. Both back- wards and forwards! Then, as we be- gan our freshman year, we quickly be- gan to show our spirit and enthusiasm in all areas. Whether it was in athlet- ics, music, student government, spiri- tual events, and all other activities, if one looked at each area one would find freshmen, not just participating, but making a big impact. Then came our first Humanities exam. One hour and twenty minutes of pure pain! Yet we survived, and even more, we have now completed a full year of humanities, Will miracles never cease? However, in all that we did, we did it together, we grew, both spiritually and all around. We also grew closer to each other and made many fantastic new friends. When things got tough, we stuck to- 51: through. l can only praise the Lord for what I see and saw Him doing in our class, and thank every member of the class of 1984 for giving me the privi- lege of serving as your president. May our Father truly bless and keep each one of you over the summer, and next year, LOOK OUT MILLIGAN, because here comes the class of 1984! Mike Brown, president Lisa Abbott Gregg Alexander Denise Anderson Mike Apple gether, and together we made it 6-19 56 , ' V 1 M . X 'ixhfgfgg - - xkggf- " X X W is fx 'A ' V i 5 .mg-, W it N' 1 5 kk - K, X X Njw X X ny X. .Q r 1 S2251 ' Y 3' EYE. .-f"', Q' ':5x' rf if .,-55? ii, -1 - ' ifii . ..:f::s:Q:1:x E-1:"i2E'1fi2x.Z A '-2-5:2-'ft ,5fwg."f,1-- 3 .V H :P X , in .. ut- Q Y 4 5 t, , , "fi I if H ,: X X . X xxx is V ,x rr ' Debra Bane Tom Banks " Melanie Beahon .- Y s"ff'fffw- - Kristi Beck Fi? 35 . -211: .455 Julie Benedict Janice Berryman Holly Bert f V 7 Cornelia Betz .4'f"""n s l f Q ' .1 Qi- ' " 1 ., X P I A, in 1 V . ., . X' -' i 'R H 5 "" if- -f Rives Blanton , li! 2 is ,gf jg Q. 4. Dave Bowyer ' 'tr ' " 2 Q5 ff' 'Gif' ,,L51 .2"4 29 'gif Kim Boyer 'M . ,f 1-57.7 '- . 16- ii V 53 Fifi Kelly Brown Mike Brown Amy Brunsman Patrick Bunton Stephen Bus I i Randy Cabus Cris Campbell Kim Cassetty Lori Chestnut Marcia Clements Melanie Cochran Tammy Cole Debra Cook Sharon Cook Allen Coswell LaDonna Coy Karen Day Eric Deaton Starlene DeBord Dan Deremer Sherry Detraz 5 Q.- xi, I if 'I' 1. .uf .v fi 'X fn" w ' ' kg? Z w X.- ,Q- if - X Q M sl '-5 'WJ I Q 01, . izrzif , , ,,. . N 4- ' Xttbtqki Q Sf.. .. . A-.. ,,.4 1 'll Y 'sf 3 - 4 I L , i r 4 x4 ,f FFZESHMEN :... ' ' ' x W., Say. "AAAAA" ff IA ,, lk ' ' gr: ,fm ' Z'T"'l" QQ, A- V., +..: - ' 'fx CJ- -. i V- -w 'U -K ' ,U yy Wi' wx i A 11, Loriann Devore J 'N Z if ' jx' ' ri QELJ! ri in , Lis, ,, 1 V' 1 f ,:Q , , 'iii -if f .M H a 1' M . .mqmvf 01, Ji jk X A Joel Deyton Treva Draper Mike Dunn Nancy E. Dunn Nancy L. Dunn Renee Elkins Robin Elkins Carla Eshelman Linda Fink Tracy Fisher Brenda Gariieid I' Meredith Gattis Jnanne Gentry Dale George Timmy Gephart Jana Gray Tammy Grindstaff Ed Hall Mark Harris Elaine Harrison Duane Haupt Julie Hensley Leonard Hill Donna Hudson Debbie Huntley Mark Hurst Sally Jacobs X- ,r ,Q : -..: . -fi 43' ' . VJ W W ' . ..-' . H f .- . i- I-N . X xx'- wra , 1 ' si?-zk k Q Li:-1'1, ' i N ff-L .Hx , fy 1 , . q35:1:,,S,4,f: zwg vj ' 'S . , --f,.. --.gif , x rm ., ,M CREP. ...nf-Isr--v -- w?5.,sTf W gap., A ' tiff. N - "3:f:N:, 4" ' fix 'vw ff ' l 5 Y 3 4. ,, ug , f-'Q fir if f':'L'ff Tfrfwl. A " fn -'fi ?s?jQ,-'H ' + 4:- N Z-'v 5 1,."'ux, Q,5Q-4-aff' E1 ff f .J 0. P, 'I' ' , js ff, . i A ix g 75 5, . N ' 'x qycxis ya l ig: , ge X 'W f - vi . xr . fa., 1 3 X Q X xx QNX Q2 -, Q ,S x wx f N Q 1 N o w Q s ' Gi 23.411 i X we .-1 W X iw? is: 1 sw .MW f .xmi N 3 X K X W fi' " ' N N Q.: ,-4. -J xl L . ir V "1 A me -S., . , 5 v Q ,. . - Y 1 . i.!.!, 'F .f fm! 'Q - 4 4 v--.a .,. Y U B . ,JA , illllk I 'lil' L il 31 ga Q, . lf f h ' 1 xi r n X N if Q FRESHMEN X "SN YfT2Yq,3.L "" N,:,q- g- - v . M . A look of surprise comes across Donna Hudson's face ,ff '11 ,wa when she is caught unawares by the camera. t"'7 X -. . we ffl. 1 NX X 1Z...I' , '4 A if , 1 -:S 1 ' ' 'L-1 P , Civ ,',- ' 1 A R-A a is . F , fl y mbfl S N X A Stan Johnson Tim Justice Jennifer Kelly Teresa Kepner Beth Kirby Jerry Lane Adair Lattimer Beth Lewis Melissa Lilley Robin Linkous Pete Malmquist Brenda Marshall Karol May Sonny McDonald Butch McMurray Marsha McNabb Sue Mills Allen Miller Robin Miller Karen Mosher j ff- x ,swf v A f aw A off 'SL Mark Yeatin takes some time out from studying to take a nap. FRESHMEN 65 'r ' v M 'fa Relaxing in the dorm is Alyssa Swiney's favorite pasttime. Q w"'. ' 5 fig., - W A " ',., . , l::g:.',2.w,1 .,14fIg.' -f .ejl7xg-f?15f- ' Qi , I Q -- : if 1 'J x 4 ,, . 1 4 ' 29, 1 3' 1 mn 'W , ,, , . V , W ,greg -w e-:f?y ' xl 0 Q if 'U 40 L L ,A ,, if ,, 'el 7 gif' A.?1,.1:i Y . 1 l h A . u 4 .,: ::. 1' -'V ,tn Jw' -. X I, 7 ,IQ 5, ,gin , 4 , 1 YZ Tag T ' f l ' l, x '9-. .1 .Y Rhonda Morris Angela Moyers Steve Murry Dave Mutchmore Randy Neff Ellyn Nesbit Donna Oliver Matt Osborne Laura Page Michele Pate Cindy Peters Jennifer Peters Curt Pinkstaff Cassandra Pitts Debbie Porter David Read Brian Reed Suzie Reeves Jerry Rose Harold Ross K. Qxx- fmt, Q +P ' . ' 541.1 - MW' Q 5 --fx! Eff--V . -Q -- i.,,,a,,a,g,,, ggfgwsfic izgigi . . 5, ' 1 'H +1-Hel-5FS:'i5k' Ub??3":f 323535 We is ,-" 'fiL"1"!51 - ,X egg!iiim1fgf1i:f' -N. pg? X3 1 N :ig . , , , A S- -r t B V' H, ' P. .fzygifi-P-'s-, QQ f 'fw dp- ' -'Q - ':.:-'f?.x3-.,'Sv-..j,N- iv' ,f ',-mtv, H .g .- - X:-ag... . -1 ., -.,,. ' 4 f tug, n-he ,Q A .. X 2 gig at g ,1 --- 'i' ' , .3 a -2 '- 5 ' -X , rf . 1 1: t ' 'R ' "- u . - - IK-,Y ,' -'X' - -dh. A ,y , . , tax , . t 1 L Q x .L i as kg 7 ' I Yifklffn i i f . WV i : ' 545 ' 31,1 Q f - Q - M 12 4' Y x A x X QA gl Q-up 5 5 x R .L lf' vi. N, 5 A I ,q.?o, , .- .vs I l Y VA - ,5. Q, Q? . W... " 'V -.jf zf I 2 "1" 45' :fi f km- g.f.Q,A- V V' :V 1,2 5 , jin g . Lv' .4 J il.:-ESQ. ef 5. nv . 251- B 5. ' -Ky, X 'P X 2 s 5 N. :4:':-, ' ' 1 -' -A - 31533: S '- -- 5+"'2f 3 ,, ' ' X X 55- 'Q' ie 2' Holly Ross Bob Fiote Jalyn Sales Scott Sanders David Sapp Alicia Schultz Gregg Shepphard Barb Simpson Missy Smith Beth Somppi Kevin Sparks Gary Spemcer Nancy Steinbach Connie Stevens Diana Stoughton Tim Sutherland Qi Kenny Sweitzer Alyssa Swiney Denise Taylor Hilda Thomas Laura Thompson Paul Travis Peggy Trent Anita Uebele Diane Walker Patty Wall Mary Ann Wallenfelsz Felicia Walther Wendy Ward Valerie Watson Richard Wead Tim Wesley ,"1Hc"1 iff" ' i Sm X .l gi as b y , ffl 4JV: is ' T T A . ' " -I ' -yi ii lj I ,, fry' I 1 4511 it fd A, If Q if I 1 Q s.-Y 1-r ' L A ly I L jf? 'W X N X Q ei A45 1 1 ..- r' XXX. , e -4' Alla X Q I -2' v 'Fr -9 Wk .fa " '-A -JL: ..a 91-'.' ' .- .-.- ., RTF- 'Q .T -13:7 1 i - ,L ' X FFZESHMEN X . ' .',.3g52n 1:-u 1 ' ' 1' , 45? ' y. . , 4' 4 I4-if fmi: 4 .Q .ff - 1-A-4. 4:5- 2 51 ' ' gli, 'Q -2: fire. - fr 21 21, , -ff. , 52- zz. , V 2.1.1, 2 ' :" 'f ' ,1?::,'f '0 5 fps 41417 '- pg f - ' Q ,FQ H x f fx . - I "MQ -1 E ,iff K -V . gf: .' f 9 111152543 -12 Zi" '5' 1 , ' " 'ffii .V '5 K . bn, I r 'ia 'i I' 1 :ZP?"" -. A. 1 .. ,, X, f.- f' ' 1 ,I I Az- .f . wif ,f I W, If If 1 .,,,,m-V ,V ln, ' f 1 ,J f f f 1,4 J W, 1 1 F V f I . , X , 3,, , tb f , ,a..' ' V F .fl 4:11 ' ."' ,"' - 4-on ' ,fn,4-my-fn 'V ' ,hw 5,1-y,-P-v-mv-" ,. ' 4 - -gff M, 41:4 ' - H '-gl "' -1--'wiki' ',. ' 'jg 1 ' . , " " "" 4 V4 - pmvgvzffuwvwnnvf- 'I Lg r--' f-vm-....-....q ,V ,Mizz 'I ".."'Ws. f J' , FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Z-X in Q -Q W fx -A 5 " c .xx g. ' .. ' 54- 2' X I . QW' Aa. -X? r A3 S I X. x,+ xv R Ng . wr MJ--, 2 ' ' '.w,f A 1 , . 4'3" ,'. ' v 1 . ADMINISTRATION Dr. Jess Johnson President I ' I r-1 .,,, S I IIMWI mm IIIII' 111' Dr. Kenneth Oosting Eugene Wigginton Academic Dean Director of Development Phyllis Fontaine Registrar and Director of Admissions "'lunun,,- H N S9 Dr. Joe McCormick Assistant to the President sf 4 ' A,,,q:::z1,: ' Dr. Bertram Allen, Jr. Director of Student Life Dr. Kenneth Johnston Director of Church Relations B.J. Moore Business Manager ,v W '77 Z 1 Pi 'rf . . i .X N '!lIlig ni.-ll. , -fw- A if 1 2 John Neth Larry Huff Librarian Financial Aid Director -f y' '- w 1 , Q. 8 1 A Q 'J '-sf' ' - .' 2 ve Q f.Lf1t'Fi'. it-. Paul Bader Glenn Davis Enlistment Officer Comptroller -vl A'S x K 1 55 i r in , Opal Lyons Campus Nurse 1 :WC ...ff +1 '25 i ' Steve Marshall , kg., ..,.-...gs Bo Deaton Director of Encounter Ministries X Mark Richardson Enligtment Officgr Enlistment Officer 1, f-'Rm 'xxlxxxtgg ' P s xt' if ' 9 "X- if . .5 vs, -i 8: 1 UH.: vii T3 ' ' E' NX I 0: 55 Y 4' qt If .-' an , , Q-1 , X I 4, , Q 11 I- -' L. . U'- . ' 4 H Y" ,.ns...,v R l It vi' "1 L ii K I , L, Phillip Worrell Assistant Professor of Physical Jack Knowles I' Assistant Professor of English ,f f' f .' vf' f 1 if It ,lm pq fXQg, x 1- 4 x.1,', , Dr. Orvel Crowder Professor of Psychology and Bible Will 11 I Dr. Paul Clark Professor of Education 74 Education dum. ff, John Wakefield Assistant Professor of Music Randy Kirk Head Resident!Coach l 4l.!M H 41" h Ara?- my-rg, 'E x X Rowena Bowers if 'bn Associate Professor o f Healthand P.E. Dr. Robert Hall Jeanette Crosswhite Associate Professor of Music Ln- Duard Walker Professor of Health and P.E. Y' Associate Professo r of Sociology Earl Stuckenbruck Associate Professor of Bible Eugene Price Professor of Business Administration 75 1 ,-'P-K-'-.7 -ff" " 1 QF Asp x X X i fi' i I . i -If .J F, F Q ,, ,lil Ann Iles Who said that math and science professors couIdn't read? . . Humanities if - , Dr. Lone Sisk Juanita Jones Dr. Terry Dibble Professor Emeritus of Chemistry Associate Professor of English Associate Pf0f9SS0f of EHQUSN 76 , --K 2, ff x fa-F fi' fx: 1 9, fl ZZ I ,i' i ssh, 1 , Bill Rhoades Associate Professor of Business Administration Sue Abegglen Assistant Professor of Education , S , -g .ps R -2 --n,,,.... ,,s .. ser - is P A fff 'lT"tX 4 'fi , .. , U- .,,. ,Q - 4-:N NN w r- Sw:- Sim, Billie Oakes Carolyn Nipper Assistant Librarian Associate Professor of English Dr. James Shields Professor of Education Y llwu-GH, Dr. Henry Webb Professor of Church History 77 'pr Edwin Nelson Associate Professor of Bible ""!,i If i xx X,-r A W VZ X Dr. Richard Phillips Associate Professor of Bible 78 -1, ,, 'Q 2 f P ,, 2, l A as ,f"5.q f , as Dr. Susan Higgins Assistant Professor of Sociology 'T?TN-hug: Dr. Eugene Nix Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. James Balch Associate Professor of Mathematics .-- -bv.: Dr. Gary Wallace Associate Professor of Biology ,,- if Anna May Crowder Assistant Professor of English Mary Jane Cabus Christian Education '-1-,fy ' f" ' E 1: f,-.."H "air - ' .- '1'?,.4 4 , '1,"Qf,f3TQf.i?ZI'fF- " - . -4 1-, -- ..y,,: . 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J -I , - -' 4" 5 ,"'4 1 ': Dr. John Dowd Associate Professor of Music Dr. Donald Shaffer Associate Professor of German My A, 1. gn ' ivy hwflg if 1.9 2? .2 44 3 Dr. Charles Gee Associate Professor of Biology and Education Dr. William Gwaltney Professor of Bible 79 gl-I ,- Dr. John Morrison Professor of Education YV' 1 - . .. .1 1,3-Y 4- Aa i ' - K I , 'L W Dr. David Runner Associate Professor of Music 80 Janice Huang Assistant Professor of Mathematics Virginia Laws Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science X rx.- r ' Y D, I X Twins Dr. Harold Stout Associate Professor of Health and P.E. f K' ,S-.5 A, Dr. Ira Read Associate Professor History 5 Af. A' "f V157 .7 if x.g.yf4..q-as -,f it f.,,,,,kj,52-.rs x Mr. Nelson, what a swinger. N. David Jarvis Economics ' I-'Q'-Ipgci' "" :- Q I., .Awww 77 ff'-1 , 11:21 T A ' ,-H' 113 -2: . ' 'D , V nu Q t A Dr. Euel Ownby Associate Professor of Education E- Ronald Weir Business Administration Dr. Patricia Bonner Associate Professor of Health and P.E. Dr. Richard Lura Associate Professor of Chemistry 81 1 fz STUDENT LIFE I , A I H I 1 if ' L", if-35 ' W X V .5S r 'W 5 S MILLIGAN MILE What would life at Milligan be without the Milligan Mile? The chance of a lifetime for upperclassmen who wish to intimidate freshmen. And what freshman would miss a chance at dodging eggs, water balloons and fire hoses? The Milligan Mile was and will continue to be a major part of a freshman's first week. Pictured clockwise: stretching before the rung Matt Osborn walks it ing Beth and others enjoy the show. R.: .f X Members of the 1980 BARF trip scanned the waters near North Carolina viewing birds, dolphins, sharks, and flying fish. The trip involved three days of camping out for all twelve participants. Dr. Lura and Dr. Wallace were the advisors for the trip which occurred during Freshmen Week. BAFZF stands for Birds Aquatic Mammals Research Foray. Pictured clockwise: Dr. Wallace thinking about lunch, Dr. Lura views the coast lineg everyone ready to sail, Ruth Perry, Dr. Wallace, Kathy Suchan, Mike Harrison, Connie Gardiner, Ginny Gwaltney, Janet Schuchardt, David Russell, Brian Nash, Vickie Heinen, Anne Harker. Of Mice and Men was the first theater performance of the 1980 academic year. The show was directed by Tim Ross a senior. Stars of the cast included Tim Hartman and Dan Foote. The show was performed October 1-4 in Derthick Theater. Pictured right: George and Lennie, below: Candy and George, bottom right: George and Lennie. GF MICE AND MEN gf. -5. E: ...A ,, 'L. sri L...L. .. .-' MA v xSF3 . .iw ' ,waslffi t x I' li-L'l?'f'F Pictured upper right: George, left, Slim, above: Valerie Neth and director, Tim hard at work in the light booth. Members of the cast included Tim Hartman, Dan Foote, Mark lnskeep, Ira Read, Tom Brunsman, Paul Blowers, Jennifer Ross, John Sichting, Mark Hurst and Marion Steele. Dennis Elkins, a 1981 graduate, directed this play which was written by Tom Stoppard. The play is a take-off on Shakespeare "Hamlet". Each of the major characters in Stoppard's play have minor roles in Hamlet. John Hall and Diana Young played Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, respectively. During the course of the play, The player and his troop of followers brighten the stage as they make their appearances. FZOSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ANDRUS-BLACKWOCD AND COMPANY On Thursday night, during Prospective Student Week, Andrus- Biackwood and Company performed in Seeger Chapei. Andrus and Blackwood are contemporary Christian singers. They sang many songs from their albums which entertained and inspired the anticipating audience. Iwi I CJ .0 -ix - 'v .Q I .. 4? f il X s Z' , 34 iswlfw Gilan Wetzel was the recipient of this year's Founder's Daughter award. The award was presented on November 13, 1980 in the midst of the Founder's Day activities. Tanya Oakes, winner in 1979, was present to transfer the award to Gilan. Runner-up for 1980 was Melanie Means. Twenty-five girls, representing various clubs and organizations on the campus, participated in the event. Pictured right: Gilan, bottom right: Melanie, Bottom left: candidates, below: Gilan with her escort, Mike Corbit. FOUNDEFTS DAUGHTER 1 .i C? f A.. 'N 1 - v fhpa Pictured upper left: All twenty-five candidates with their escorts, above: Melanie and Tanya, left: Tanya and Gilan. ' B i.-R AMY GRANT 7,4 O Amy Grant, a contemporary Christian singer, performed on October 3rd, in Seeger Chapel. Gary Chapmen also appeared in the concert as singer and accompanist. x x xx xxkx'sXixxx xxxxg-q1'r1"F',-1-vvY""' Vx ,- X MADRIGALS The Madrigals are a recreation of the Elizabethan Christmas tradition. The dinners included Wassail, Boar's Head and flaming pudding. Music by the strolling minstrals and Madrigal singers provided delightful entertainment for eight evenings. Members of the chamber singers included Carl Ryden, Lisa Voke, Jeff Mutchmore, Margaret Cloud, Charles Sanders, Debbie Frye, Tim Johnson, Debbie Crum, John Meredith, Beth Bostwick, Jeff Moody, Cindi Leimbach, Monty Taylor, Jody Charlton, Marvin Elliot and Robyn Self. if This year the Helicon Concert occured on Saturday, April 11. Dan Foote was the M.C. for the two hour concert which was comprised of the music groups from Milligan. The proceeds from the concert went to the Helicon Literary Magazine. , . . . 1 x -:i lv , HELICON CONCERT 4 Pictured upper left: Brian Reedg upper rightg William Sowderg above: Steve Murrayg right: Kathy Replogle. ffm 'ffo I U Ai Pictured upper left: part of the Jerk Band from Pardeeg upper rightg Dave Jonesp left: Tim Gieseg above: Eric Evans. Siiiiigni Class Sweethearts were chosen on February 12, 1981 at the Valentine's Day Banquet. The girls represented the sweetest of their class. Fourteen girls participated in the final festivities from which four winners were chosen. The Freshman finalist was Beth Lewis. Amy Hysell was chosen to represent the Sophomore class. The Junior class sweetie was Sue Miller and Yvette Owens was the Senior sweetheart. Pictured upper right: Sue Miller with her escort Tom Brunsman, above: Yvette Owens with her escort Dina Senesi, right: Amy receiving her award from MC's Tim Hartman and Tom Brunsman. 'IOO CLASS SWEETHEAFZTS Pictured left: the fourteen sweetheart candidates, lower left: Amy Hysell with her escort Dan Foote, below: Beth Lewis with her escort Paul Tickle. t I l I PICNIC i- Y , l l A M. e first theater production of the 1981 spring semester "Picnic", which centered around life in a small town in as during the 195O's. Mark lnskeep directed the playg n 1 rst play under his direction at Milligan Pictured wise from left Millie fVlCkl9 Sichtingb Madge Cdennifer J. Rosemary and Flo CMeIanie Means and Treva Draperbg ie backstageg Helen and Hal CDiana Young and Tim anbg Alan CJohn Halll, and Halg Madge and Howard KDan 3,1 Alan and Madge. Cast not pictured include Pete e, Beverly Naham and Elaine Harrison. 103 FACULTY FOLLIES X H5 ii 104 The Faculty Follies was a collection of twenty-one members from the administration and faculty who joined together to reveal their hidden talents. The show included, songs, skits, and dance? January 23 was show time of this tremendous event which was sponsored by the Senior class. Pictured clockwise from far left: Mr. Stuckenbruck, Dr 8. Mrs. Crowder, Mr. Price, Mrs. Oakes, Mrs. Hall, Bob Hayden, and Dr. Webb. Godspell was the spring musical in 1981. Colorful costumes, stage and music combined together to make the performance an exceptional one. Tim Hartman led the cast in skits and stunts which told parables and proverbs of Jesus. The show was performed April 17, 18, 21-25 in Derthick Theater. Godspell was directed by lra Read with assistance from John Hall. Lisa Atkins was choral director and Melanie Means was choreography director. Tim Giese directed the band which consisted of Dave Jones, Mary Lee Sowder, William Sowder, and Pete Moore. Pictured above: "On stage" Dan Foote, Greg Moffitt, Diana Young, Jennifer Ross, Dennis Elkins, Nancy Staughton, Melanie Means, Valerie Watson, Jim Burgen, Cinci Leimbach, David Ladd. Picture to right: Followers Dan and Valerie find some of the pleasures of life. 106 N l 's 'ffm W f'Q" 5 WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY ! I 19" 'X' Fa ,., YT ,.fw. -xp: . x Nw Q Xia K. tis tx Thursday, April 14, was the date for this year's Wonderful Wednesday. The Student Union Board planned such activities as, cleaning up the campus, a faculty-student softball game and a Wild West Wagon Twain relay. A square dance in Sutton and the movie "The Electric Horseman" were highlights ofthe evening activities. Av ,rdf ,,V',,.A.,,- M: fllfw r.'.,.,-I 141 .4 'v 'V vzzfzf- .,...,.,,, . i is -rx , L-us ' Pv- KW ff T Qfaz g as. ..1, f,,. V ' " 1 pf - ' , ff 1124. 7, 1.-,IA 1 I 435' : a. . pg. Ligff ,,. - ErQi:f?Wf ffz' ' ,,, 9 'ff-' i fixggg J GENE COTTON Once again Gene Cotton made a stop at Milligan College. A part of Milligan as the students themselves, Gene Cotton has become a tradition of entertainment with his music and humor. ix --ef, Qs ,', Eff' JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET I : -... .e- .4 : 'X 1 "As Time Goes By" was the theme of the 1981 Junior-Senior Banquet which took place at Emmanuel School of Fieligion. Over 150 students were served dinner by the faculty and staff as the Al Bryan Orchestra played popular tunes from the 194O's. Dr. Gee was M.C. for the evening and Eugene Wigginton was speaker at the banquet. Senior Superlatives were also announced that evening. hx. , A -. gil SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Cutest Couple Best Dressed Most Easy Going Class Comedians Most Studious Best Buddies Laziest Seniors Most Likely to Succeed Most Athletic Best Looking Class Hot Rodders Shyest Class Flirts Best Built Cutest Smile Most Mischievous Most Cheerful Most Talkative Most School Spirit Last to Get Married Most Likely to Break the Curve Jim Meding Dan Poulter Loren Stuckenbruck Duane Palmer Tom Guy Duane Palmer Dennis Elkins Tom Fasham Mike Gee Vince Lowry Dave Shaeffer Doug Church Rusty Lycka Don Reeves Mike Harrison Frank Frye Duane Palmer Loren Stuckenbruck Tom Guy Jeff Cook Keith West Mike Gee i. 5 5, Barb Christian Jennifer Ross LuAnn Heller Kathy Replogle Mary Lynn Dell Kim Hale Janet Cross Debbie Frye Mary Lynn Dell Kathy Replogle Gina O'Dell Carol Grimes Donna Bean Debbie Crum Gina O'Dell Shari Stevens Katy VanLew Shari Stevens Bonnie Moorhouse Teresa Jacobs Katy VanLew Birdie Black COMMENCEMENT i.-?7.,,,, One hundred forty five seniors graduated in Commencement exercises at Milligan College on May 17. The Commencement address was delivered by Dr. Nat T. Winston, Jr. Dr. Winston is Executive Vice President of Health Care Corporation. Dr. Marshall Leggett preached the Baccalaureate sermon. Dr. Leggett is minister of the historic 1-.fu v "V Broadway Christian Church in Lexington, Kentucky. 114 ft 1-cv.. 4 it-:af f--1' g?Ja. Q-- XEN- ' 1l'A':-- N ur - 0- , 1- -H - Ev-5-RQQQ, SPCJRTS Y J--'.v 3" ' i,d I 7 . SW ? ,253 " 'xv .. I ff f , 1 'ru ' ' --fi'-Gi? ' ' ' ' - s-9 fs: ' ,L ' E " l -qgeagffgze f ' 1 Jie. Q 1,-'ffm ffl "' - W A 7 1 rf 7 9 , .Y , L... wi , , 4 , .f ,M X V 1, V. J I ' A11 .'-MLA! il, L1 a i' J. V vw 4' X 'I E "1 .quam 5 -41 B, 7 - rw . f' -1 - , I E3 fv. Cback rowb Greg Moffatt, David Russell, Mike Harris, Steve Leach, Paul Alexander, Carlton Brown Bob Lassiter, Juan Chiu-Coach. Cfront row! Bob Gailey, Pete Cummings, Jeff Cook, Rob Denning, Harold Ross Ty Johnson, Steve Lady. The 1980 soccer season was far from being one to be happy about. The team never played up to its ability. Even with the poor record the team always acted in a spirit of unity and sportsmanship. Krightj Bob Galley sets to clear the ball as Mike and Carlton look on. 118 vs- 1 ,.-s .J -va- Carlton Brown ready for the pass for Greg Moffatt. A. t,5.u ...gf-, A VV .P ' - . ' I-v 4 1 . in Oh, ' - . ,.,.s 1- F3-J' 1 ' X ,A .I -g',.,.,,A.t4.,..f,, --"N Hass NA.-7' 'J ,.. 'H CQ "---- -L 1 fl ' 'Q' 7 . x. ,.-vo SOCCER M mm! Rob Denning gives an ETSU player a dribbling lesson- Keeping the bali in front of him, Richard Wead mpg ' . ,, ,, , . ,..4-N:g...,':,. -',..fs-WSL., David Russell heads the ball to stop Carson-Newman drive. Rob Denning and Paul Alexander moving the ball down the field. 119 I Stephani Dougherty serves for the Lady Buffs. The Lady Buffs had one of their best seasons. With five of the six starters seniors and the other starter a junior, the team was sound with experience. As the season moved on the play of the less experienced un- derclassmen improved. In all the Lady Buffs became a well rounded team. 120 Becky Merriam plays the net with authority. Jan and Karla find part of volleyball is played on the floor ' l VOLLEYBALL el. x3i 'Q ."' ,LJ !'4 Cleft to right! Karol May, Beth Lewis, Kim Deaton-Coach, Anne Harker, Karen Smoak, Karla May, Lori Chesnut, Stephani Dougherty Becky Merriam, Kim Cassetty yguflibl Ctopj Anne and Becky wonders what happened. Qleftb Lori Chesnut fires one across the net. MEN'S BASKETBALL ' --- h Y-H.. 13:21- ,-.ii - Cleft to right, front rowl Charles Brown, Paul Ogerro, Harold Bradshaw, Kelvin Avery, John Hutchins, Chris Crawford, Alfonso White, Pete Malmquist, Stan Johnson, Steve Dowdy, tsecond rowl Lee Morrow, Randy Kirk, Vince Lowry, Rod Andrews, Steve Smith, Craig Fair, Greg Edmundson, John Dyer, Tim Brakaw, Rob Aubrey, Phil Worrell, Cthird rowl James Bowden, Brien Crowder, Walter Bradley, Arthur Bradley, Marion Steele, Keith Huchstep. , 7. --wwf --'- A- U 1' --wa-svn-1 Htf' J' f- 1-ls.. -gt -- .,. ' i 1 ,nf , - S: Aff f - V - :iiir T.-. Alfonso White, Greg Edmendson, and Charles Brown work on breaking the Eagles' defense. The 1980-81 season was a rough one for the Buffaloes. Finish- ing the year with a 8-21 record the Buffalos were a better team than what books show. Much of their poor performance came as a result of the loss of James Bowden and Keith Huchstep. With no one under the boards and to take charge the team looked lost on Chafles Brown fakes to the ai' agaiflsf Tennessee WeS'eYa" big the court. Losing more than their fair share of games by one or two points, the Buffalos just didn't get the breaks. men. J 1, Q? NG' 5:-a ,..e . V- Q Q Aww ,M 3: , :L ,ff f 1 at 1. .., --M 1' 'f g. . J ' - V- f ff '57 -' Az'-bbXXx -z' . -. . .X "1" . : ' ., ,-,551-gg-3.5 , at . I Y, f V 4-.15'i'-'-v1?if'ii'2s'f1'' f 'A' , ' 'J' ' Af- K W - . X' ! 7.1 . ., V, ,, Yo s-11M1we-f- --'- l- V- as-fi---41 ,sk ,, ,A.,, -Qg::1'.1-..-5 M-,mf.'.:,.'m:,.,. ...ez Marion Steele sets to slam one home for the Milligan fans. Gentlemen, and that's the way it is done. Craig Fair drives to the hoop, not letting the bodies get in the Hitting his shot, Walter Bradley, seemed as if nothing could stop him way. :fs-, LADY BUFFS BASKETBALL .T?"I .1 5 h3,,,E. fm .ye. " ,u . , fir. ' JI- .. tl, Yr Nl' , fr y 4 v ' L ir"" fa.. 4 L. ' Cback YOWJ Sandy Williams, Kay Schek, Jeri Fisher, Sandy Fliohley, Jill Grove, Janice Berryman, Gardner. lfront rowj Tammy Waybright, Randy Kirk-Coach, Tembra Chaplain. Sharon Kelley, Treva McLean, Bonnie F252-I --4, .2115 use J 4?' KEY Sfihek bfil'lQS U19 ball down The Gouda Randy talks over the game plan with the Lady Buffs, . X 5 -114:13 Ii ' 12.5 ,,.' bs-.j'. 1"f'::5:-:.:c.' '-.int--1 ax.. ' . '-: 21:1-'c " Y l 3 XM .' . ln a crowd Tembra Chaplain goes for the rebound. Jill Grove setting up for her shot. Back on defense the Lady Buffs show they are ready to play basketball. The Lady Buffs record, 7- 14, on the court showed only part of the story. Against a tough competi- tion the Lady Buffs perfor- mances was strong. Tammy Waybright led the Lady Buffs with a 15.9 point average per game. Second was Jill Grove with 13.9 per game. Jill was also select- ed for the all-state tourna- ment team. 125 wa BASEBALL 3, V M 1 l A A 5 pr: 3 vga' T! k y - - . 1 s. . f r war. 1 .1 ,urn t bu . 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Left to Right: Dave Sapp, Berry Shelton, Mike Corbett, Joey Doyle, Mickey Clifton, Michael Hawkins, Tommy Hamilton, Dino Senesi, Austin Taylor and Tim Hardin. , . ..., ........------H 1 f-.. ' ' 5 1 i P.. 1 f ' .P 32,-hiv, 1 lv, 1 ' s. --nvum1-1.2 -A f 1' ' . 1 ' 1 2-5C'x."'l'!4i0"f" .- C . ' -- 4' X 11- . ,. N . "'L""' -f4f+.ax.mcf1"' ' . 5 ',,. I' N j : L1--Eh ,, , -.1 L, ' " 3 , - .V ,,. . . -- 1111.1,1f-fygf , ' . l 2 , ,'. nz. 14--4. A ' ' ,Q '- 1. 49'f"g' -f 1 Ir W- 1. - """"' L-'qf1'.:' - Q , i I Y R ., A , vi-4.4.1-,A . Ida, 4. ' 'J' -491 vw 1 '-'- . 111 "' '. '- .j- ,I ,,,,'gf 4 -4. 41 ' , 1 -11 1 za jg, 1.'nv1.1, 4- ' ,v '4 ., K 1 , ug. 1, 5, 4- V .. ...gl-' 1 1 Q.-9 pgs, ', 1' A 1, , .fm ,1.b,.h.Q.x..u , , A., Qu, 1 -111,,,,,' V a 2. . ' "' -.. ',q . ,Z ' 1 I. .r-L1 . A fv- Coach Stout looks on from third base. Berry Shelton rounds third headed for home. 126 Watching Milligan Baseball this year was a little like going on a Fourth of July picnic: there was plenty of excitement because of all the fireworks, but there was sometimes rain as well. Coach Harold Stout character- ized the year with Spartan brevity: "good hit, good field, poor pitching." But Buffalo batters weren't just goody they were incredible. Eight starters hit over .300, led by Joey Doyle whose stunning performance in hitting .492 betters even the pros. While Doyle was lighting run-producing firecrackers half the times he batted, Gary Walker, Milligan's all- time home run leader, was nearly keeping pace. Walker belted eleven home runs and hit for a .486 average. A third Buffalo, Mickey Clifton, joined the "Council of .400" by ripping the ball at a .435 clip. Gary Walker makes the most of his double Scotty Davis lets it fly! kt ggi ,..i '-1.-7-.:l - R va ' wx' XSS-rf, Mickey Clifton shows the form that produced his tremendous season at the plate hitting .435. 127 f SCJFTBALL , I-figf, twill ,N nf! T, :iff .1 fBp--- it-4 1 fb'-Q! if Ip Lit? l 1,1111 . .. --m,.x1.sa.t321l'aLni...... . .,. fn, , ,,WAn , M-JR , Y 77777 Cback rowJ Dr. Bonner-Coach, Judy Brunner-Ass't Coach, Belinda Brown-Trainer, Cindy Alber, Karol May, Jill Grove, Beth Lewis, Lori Chesnut, Becky Merriam. C2nd row! Tracy Fisher, Becky Currier, Regina Carrier, Jalyn Sales, Missy Smith, Kim Cassetty, Sally Mason. 11st rowl Charlotte Witte, Sherry Lancaster, Kathy Replogle, Karla May, Cindy Jackson, Anne Harker, Stephani Dougherty. npyswg? .-Q-ii?vC?sv-" sxsys-Q3-.-uv vdlgtvzp ,s we-swf :rf on fm. aww? - -'ww' , - -' 'Es-af . 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Karla May at bat swings with authority. . 1 -f gf Dr. Bonner looks on as her girls take the field. :SL H8955 fig' i fr"-Y 9 A rv, ,1'- "hu-1 5 1 - -- -f ' 2 . " h A ' .iff-' -- .1 -tg,,,,,,,,, ? ., A .- -...e - 1 -- ...-..... A .. I 'IIS ..-s,,4,.. Y -. N ' - at f-- - 1 ' 1, 'g "-1.1-0-1 f-:ff :QmE1,.3.?f?-IKE?-3-fffi.1.8: 4 1.0-Jul. J.. . Ja 1.1: ....'-fl ,A 4, . . Ctopl Kathy Fteplogle has no trouble mak- ing it to second standing up. irightb Ste- phani Dougherty isn'i as lucky but still makes it before the tag. On their home field for the first time the Lady Buffs turn in a re- cord of 18-16 for the 1981 sea- son. Anne Harker led the team with a .474 average and 30 R.B.I.'s Anne was named "Most Valuable Player." Becky Currier was second with a .404 average and was named "Most Consistant Player." Three of the Lady Buffs were chosen for the Tennessee State Tournament Team, Stephani Dougherty, Karla May, and Becky Merriam. 129 MENS TENNIS F' vA v-Q.- QP-, vfv- 'L-L V- ,, 4 . , - .,- -va, goth ini vw. Wi. X r-4rv-+ tLeft to rightl Coach Walker, Tracy Moore, Mike Tuttle, Mark Tuttle, Jeff Ingram, Steve DeLong, Randy Gibbs. 1'4- Tracy shows his form on the serve. 'iv -bv -' ten. wo, S. Coach Walker shows the team how it is done. GIRLS TENNIS nd' Left to right: Back Row: Carla Eshelman, Carolyn McFadden, John Sichting-Coach, Kathie Bailey, Jan Busche, Down: Corri Casatta, Kay Carmichael, Alyssa Swiney. ' ., . ..,, ,...4amsw""'?Ff., . . 'J' W' K' ' . ', A . W, ...N .l .. Alyssa Swiney shows good backhand form. Kathie concentrates on the return. INTRAMURALS ll I . 0 - r r -pf . 1 Q Mark Gotchall looks for an open man underneath. Butch shows a lot of enthusiasm in rebounding, ' i 'S y S X Nag, -".vf'i 1 ,... ,,V A L ,JQ33-'f '.'f'-,Vs-. sn 1. .',j.nv:-if --ii -'11, TQ, -, fl' "'1l M Qltfvr' 1-'l-- , -f 'rg -' --B A i-- V- -, ' -, -r 4- .-. -' :-,. L - , A " , . -1: pg. .J- J L ' "Q .19 - ,. 1 '+ 'f 1 ' 1'-vi' ' - 4 r , an 4- "H - , v-',,- -3 , --- , f:---- -g.f:e, , f- -- -"r ' - , . 4. - -. L -. e . v 4. A . -es.. " A -f' -W-gg +" ' '- H . . 5 ve- - 1 ". .. ' : M- A - -X s- - A in Q--1.-. 1 A ' "1-u --...V Q..1.'f 1 ' 9 , . ,, ' 'VJ ' '.1'-QL' ' In . ' ' .,+L- -.- .- ' I-.,"'j-4' 5 -,-- MQ. -3' 4..-- . A A . . Ka - , v . - Q I I -.4 hp- 0 -AL, Guys enjoy a weekly romp ID , --A , - , , - . . N .--., 'F - '. l J' v .V - Q-. ' -Ag 1 y 0 J-. V Football. s -4- .,y IA- '- '-' . 9- , -14 ' r . , -' A- 132 ,... .Q H X .ut-X xlibs A Ammon ..:.'- '-N sh. U -- 5 . -' .. Q . Msg, . s Skipm Q" QW ' ' ' .ur K paws-.WEEE w 4.1 wig M 5 i i - ' . :X "3"'..'zff f Q -- . .1 , ss U ,.,.,.-Q-we .. A W A b A: . t Q.-:Q ' . As. -. is I wt ,-I' Y. , - , .Q '54, - 7 , '- "- A' I , -'egg X 1 .. - . .Q 4. an ...M . P .f...f.g X Dave Sapp learns to fly in Flag Football. Who says you don't need talent to play intramurals. .-7 'rn'- ,K That's no way to build a pyramid. Intramural sports play a big part in campus life. Such sports as football, basketball, and softball are included in the intramural activities. The intramural program starts in the fall and runs until spring. With each team scoring points which can lead to a possible intramural championship title to finish off the season. Intramurals is designed to build character and sportsmanship, but these charac- teristics are sometimes hard to find. 133 CJFZGANIZATIONS e.. ifTT':fQZ?12L3'A'HTf .,. V .ff'f,:A' I ' ,. -S.-g 9i:',,,,Q5 , f3.4:j,,g:1 -,V -s wirl , f . .- ""Z-47 eu, , ff , A li, ' . , -. f Yi - , . - : 1+ 2 I J' . fa - .. ' ' ! 1' ' 1 ' Y A - ' , , ,. ,siVV'vvx I.- V-X -'fi 'A 1 Z f -lf. s Ngji ' ' '-if A. , . ., ,,a" ' ' 'ff-F 5k -ff'-xlsf 'fr -'QSC . 2 , 4.5L'- , 1 3? 'Fi-'f5i.:'.a .ue ,, I- X x ' X M X X . , A My MP" 'N SUTTON HALL Sutton girls enjoy a picnic along Buffalo Creek. .. .S A. - rf- 1f?f,,yT.J'- -, .Hu-,1-mtfh:..zg1'34..:.LZN.a9.i' . Q ' Cindy Jackson takes advantage of a cool creek on a hot day. 1 Y.. W I. 3 ,. t K: -v4S:'.:"' yy In A ,,Q5.a4,6-N ,F Sutton Dorm Council. Top to Bottom: Kathi Replogle, Patty Hatfield, Becky Currier, Teresa Gee, Rhonda Rhodes, Daphne Hill, Becky Reeves, Lydia Rivera. Sutton Hall Head Resident, Becky Reeves. Sutton R.A.'s: Stephani Dougherty, Vicki Jones, Barb Christian, Yvette Owens. I 137 WEBB HALL l i EW .1 Webb Dorm Council: Standing: Mike Gee, Tim Wolte:', Dan Poulter, Don Reeves, Randy Seals, Denny Callahan. Third Row: Paul Sutherland, Doug Church, Kenny Summay Second Row: Tim Bates, George Wilson, Mark Weimer. Front Row: Rob Lehman, Steve DeLong. Q l 2'- Y Mark Fletcher and Mike Corbett making dorm life like home. 1. 5. Escape committee reveals the latest second story escape device. Tim Hartman confides with a few close friends Webb Hail makes even the announcement of an engagement fun! 40 Prof. Sisk accepts the Honorary Dear- hart T-shirt with pride. er- fl. ?' J '-,Q E ,. E 'W' ,X 'E yi RA's: Robyn Self, Ginny Gwaltney, Mary Lynn Dell, Lane Thompsom, Sarah Oursland, Kathy Rae asf - . ""' " j""fWW""f"" 1 fF7ff'f'7??'f'f3 -' ' , 4 " ,.4 ,..... A ' 1. mf,M-Q,-1---F .-1' sf: ' .,-5 x -N. ,f ,.,' -,f I It yy an A VlV:'?:ZQ2iEif1: .-,- '- - I ' J 5 JR , 4 TT rw Hart Dorm Council: Charlotte Witte, Carol Grimes, Sharon Alexander, Brenda Garfield, Anne Stilwell, Cindy Davidson, Lisa Robinson, Kathy Suchan, Teresa Jacobs. Mary Lynn-Typical pre-med student. Floss Brodfuehrer wins the Dearhart award. 141 1 if Welcome back Wendy. Cindy Weidner caught in the act of enjoying studying. Stop that! 142 HAFZDIN HALL x. in, Punk Rock hits Hardin Hall hard. Way to stay with the times. Q F 592 n I. . ,NI . -Q v -.,. ns. 'sn A' -w-.hw-am. ,- me I U . 4: 2 "' T.. if, J, , , Dorm Council: Corri Casatta, Jay Rupert, Jan Busche, Karen Hughes, Wendy Oosting, Bonnie Gardiner, Vickie Hill. Hardin Hall, home of many wild Uno card games. Seen here are the hard core players. va-"' X X , ,Q . ij' 'L-i v 'X ,4e'w- "-'A "e1fQ's3'H"A' i. - 1 151i 1' V c,.- M may tx 4- r ... , A . g, ,U-5 - Tressa studies for science exam by acting like an ameba. 143 fr: X 44 .. rg Q, QA ,' . -'-.- -: -. e, ,. Z The view from Pardee porch. if' fy-" ..f J,.x+ f-ry, 3. .f-. N aio-1, . 'Y X f.,,-sf i W. 1 ff 251 If :Fl , ' 53' ' asf PAF-IDEE HALL -YA. 2 " iff . U Q W ,353 LQ. Q 5 V. ' - il! V ., - X I V -v A 5 - 1 N " , ., - . - Q ' 1 Xi l l l i A I, i 1 , i 1 Dorm Council: Steve Curliss, Tom Fasham, Ty Johnson, Ross Brodfuehrer, John Hall, Frank Frye-Pres., Rod Andrews-Sec,-Treas. 19- .y,, wmmw. .-.ali Fi.A.'s Bob Hall and Rob Denning hard at work. 'Fi-M "" Pardee Hall, home of the Pardee Rowdies. 1. "'-'L -1 ,'.4 f- -fo- '3 1. l - bgfeg. . ,-V., P' ai "i.,'IQ1w, ' FN' KQV -l fl. . .N Tom Fasham and Bob Hall lead the way down the Pardee Water Slide. 145 46 S.G.A. John Hall, Randy Nicks, Theresa Jacobs, Jim Green, Vickie Hill, Doug Anderson, Birdy Black, Frank Frye, Carl Fiyden, Dino Senesi, Tom Who, Donna Kidner, Duane Palmer, Loren Stuckenbruck, Katy VanLew, Ruth Perry, Vicki Jones, Nancy Owens, John Green, Cindy Jackson, Mary Lynn Dell, Mike Brown, Brenda Garfield, Jay Rupert, Bill Weekly. 3 ,,," , l Duane Palmer-Secretary, Katy VanLew-Vice-President, Loren Stuckenbruck- President, Donna Kidner-Treasur- er. PFZESIDENTS' CGUNCIL A L N V 'Cin -A S9405 lLeft to Right! Back Flow: George Wilson, Dennis Elkins- Pres. Fourth Row: Melanie Means-Sec., Robyn Self, Kathy Rae, Loren Stuckenbruck, Third Flow: Mary Lynn Dell, Eric Deemer, Jan Bushe, Mike Brown, Keith West, Second Row: Becky Crook, Daphne Hill, John Green, Victor Hull, Dave Russell, Tony Tench. Front Flow: Jim Green. SERVICE SEEKERS QLeft to Fiightj Back Row: Vic Vogt, Patty Hatfield-V. Pres., Ross Brodfuehrer. Front Row: Kathy Suchan, Deb Daniels- Pres., Debbie Baines, Kathy Rae, Brenda Hawkins. STUDENT UNION BOARD an WSJ 1-1153: Clockwisez Melanie Means, Sue Miller, Dennis Elkins, Dave Bowyer, Starlene DeBord, Dave Jones, Ross Brodfuehrer, Kathy Rae. ig: Loren enjoys wonderful Wednesday softball. How was I suppose to know he was going to catch it! TAKE MY HANDS -fi-fr-'N"v','-v-v-sm- -1 -1 x X X, A.-gm -qv wh Ni Left to right, Back Row: Carol Grimes, Dale George, LouAnn Heller, Curt Whitesell, Katy VanLew. Front Row: Laurie Harvey, Tim Bates, Donna Bean. www-,.... , . Laurie Harvey rides in the trunk this trip. MILLIGAN MEN vgfagariaf- , ' if .f , a -,,-,.,,W-a,,-,, D .-, .ea , , ,A W l uf Back row: Cleft to rightb Mark Harrison, Paul Travis, Don Sheffey, Mac Mclntosh, Greg Allen, Mike Luke, Third row: Jim Meding, Greg Small, Dave Croy, Charles Shores, Brian Reed, Hank Bolten, Second row: Eric Deemer, Randy Seals, Kevin Johnson, Jeff Russ, Chris Robinson, Steve Majors. Front row: Denny Callahan, Jerry Aurigma, Robin Zimmerman, Matt Osborn, Randy Neff, Alan Miller. , X. Director of the Milligan Men, Denny Callahan. 150 ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES The Association of Chris- tian Ministries is organized to supplementthe ministeri- al training program at Milli- gan by providing situations within which the student may obtain insights into areas of ministry that are not directly approached in class. Through this organi- zation, students are able to seek practical guidance in their ministerial pursuits. 15 It tLeft to Ftighth Back Row: Bruce Cameron, Mr. Stuckenbruck, Ross Brodtuehrer-Vice Pres., Dave Hamilton, Loren Stuckenbruck, Vic Vogt, Duane Alexander. Second Ftow: John Hagee, Carl Fiyden, Ruth Perry, Kathy Suchan, Bill Weekly, Laurie Harvey, Tony Tench-Pres. Front Row: Mr. Nelson, Carolyn McFadden, Ted Pierce, Steve Huddles- ton, Alan Dean, Dr. Webb-Sponsor. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE 152 .DC- Robyn Self-Pres., John Meredith-Treas., Margaret Cloud, Renee Wooters, Laura Thompson, Debbie Frye-Secy. LIBRARY CLUB . ,tffj """ ,,j1jj, J -my 'H it mw 95 -. V- --4-- www gfff' .fgfigti .Q ' '--. , ""?"""m fe. ' ' r y S- - ww- ' V . V A A .,.g.. et- " 1 f-1: , .,.A -f 'P' 4. .A M. . P ,.,. Q , 1.4, , , 1 ' an v.-. W 1.-4.,,..f : If .5 --', A I, , j.. .g,,,,-r V f , f -V - - .N . - :Q-- 4-V. ,- - . , 5:QL:::,.:, , V 3 nz 'Ne A ., i ' i r r .. 6 V , V.. v4-. . . Wm Y ,.,. ..-.. CLeft to Rightj Back Row: Mrs. Billy Oakes-Sponsor, Taffie Davis-Secy. Second Row: Donna Moffitt, Beth Somppi, Julia Bennedict, Becky Crook-Pres., Sherry Detraz, Sherry Toney. FRENCH CLUB .,-gnuwvve ..-v-"""' . Q " a"""' rf ff, tLeft to Right! Back Row: Mrs. Woolard-Sponsor, Victor Hull, Cornelia Betz. Front Flow: Sharon Dowty, Kathy Rae, Brenda Garfield. ,fm , . ,lf f. , 'E The Library Buffs were organized to help promote interest in the Li- brary as well as to provide a means of communication among library staff, students workers and inter- ested patrons. Since our club is made up of mostly student workers, we work together to help in the effi- ciency and effectiveness of library service. 153 if SCIENCE CLUB 'K 17 i , xxx . 'W F' O. 1 ,Fi ' . V k - ,V l ITL-fn: ff- . " S f-.. Back Row: Left to Right: Dave Jones-Pres., Mary Lynn Dell, Tom Fasham, Tom Brunsman, Sandy Saylor, Steve Cruitss, Dave Oliver, Vickie Heinen, Jody Moore, Paul Tickle, Ruth Perry-Treas., Deb Bane, Angie Moyers, Dave Bowyer, Meredith Gattis, Candy Witcher. Front Row: Suzie Floss-Vice Pres., Barb Fordyce, Kathy Suchan, Cindy Miller, Becky Crook-Sec., Charles Sanders. -HH- 1 -1-- l Hn--51 N .. ' rf 1 .Y 'Qs'- ! Y. If Charles helps with Science Club work day. CIRCLE K CLUB Back Row: Left to Right: Eric Deemer-Vice Pres., Denise Taylor. Second Row: Jess Russ, Amy Black, Jnanne Gentry-Treas., Dave Croy, Rick Tull. Third Rowr Dale George, Debbie Baines, Kurt Whiteseil, Beth Dunfee-Sec., Brian Tucker. Front Row: Suzie Ross, Marcia Clements. 1110? Q 1"Q- A77 ' Q X Within the past few years, Milligan has S' A experienced the benefits of the growth v andimpact ofthe CircleKClub. CircleKis rl a national and international service club 'A affiliated with the Kiwanis groups. Her X s members are striving to make a differ- X ence for the college and the surrounding X community. lvlilliganls Circle K'ers are not X yet finished improving their organization E and outreach. During the past year they if have worked with the childrens home of Elizabethton and the Carter County mens and womens residence homes. Through fund-raising, they have been able to con- tribute to needs of people around them. Circle K is an active group and is shown here after presenting a special program for convocation. STUDENT NATIDNAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATKDN 'lfi"'.f'1 V. A 7 ----X ' 5 ' " if-H-,Eff ' F Spf- 'f' T -fr'W'i l if , D B-ff 'Q 1, T , is ,free ,Q . X. at .a T 1 if , Af -al-' ' as if -"V su , - u - , - , '- -,X 4 1 71 W- 1 -il, , ,, , xrjgg. A - 2 TN -,I J A 'ff' i eg 7' V A 4, 1" WEEE, 'T' 3' ' ' Y -X -Ll -. Y., ' . 1. - B a ., T. i Q. 1 ' 114. .f - T ' ,X B- ' wx- D q ' s ' ' .5 - 'ffl' , 1' -, J' , L21-,nu ff 1 gr: -1 ' f7' -. i 9 xx. - 5, K :SQ ' 'f' f , . 1 'Q ' Q., Y - N, 1 j 1 y V.. , , gg- ,5 .... L . Q ' sp 'X " su ,Qs K 4' Q, ' 1: :if 7 " f QL, -ash -C qv. . f' 19 A K, Y - kts.. -343 l ' -., i X , h ' V fi r --I sa B ' my A B -1 at 1 X 'f - , --A f ali' . . ir - ' ,, 'gig . fri 4 - ' 11 .1. 1 ' Y T ' - "- ' f ' 1 1. QM ' 1 "fe X s - ,N is ,is If ..,, 1 : ,gre f.la"'..L' .,,, ALS' '- s I' Cleft to rightl Jan Busche-Pres., Brien Crowder, Anne Harker, Cheryl Bickel, Diane Schlauch, Beth Rhinehardt, Marilyn Belingham, Paula Hill, Lisa McDuff, Melissa Dahlman, Barb Christian, Janet Cross, Debbie Polkow, Diane Warren, Linda Graybeal, Carol Talbert, Randy Nicks. DELTA KAPPA ""'11'A"' CLeft to Flight? Back Flow: Debbie Bane, Carol Grimes, Tressa Wigginton, Nancy Dunn, Julia Bennidict, Kelly Wilkinson, Third Row: Kathie Bailey-Historian, Linda Fink, Sandy Williams, Diane Warren, Debbie Polkow, Nancy Dunn, Sue Mills, Mary Beth Seay. Merrillyn Bellingham, Second Row: Lane Thompson-Tres., Ginny Gwaltney-Pres. Barb Christian, V-Pres., Front Flow: Charlotte Witte-Sec. 156 HELICON dk 2 1 5 A 5 , .v b .,.. , 2 ,111 . ,. 1 ' - , 'MM 'Q 75 if ap, Y r 5 f onna iner, on a. CLeft to Righty Candy Witcher, Pete Moor Sh Lequieu, D K d J h H II Ll 1' c'dz'lngg .ffflyi Jbzlns in Eumfq me dfflllfdf M15 lffcrafy rmigdztnof fiowinq thlztf you wifi' izjjvreffjlafc thi' wart' if Mc wnfrzlbfmluj wriizfrs and arfzkfs, we 4155 h sinfpfh flint you, tie feadevj fafc' time iso U1 jf1,,------- R. 3.35, V -.-xi : 4, YQ-: ,Qc-: 5. N.,. E f:- 0 :iff Q 22571351 -3 4214: '2:.h".55. X x.,.4.-,-.x. kg.-. . wir? ,- M51-:"':vg. ' 51-,"f,'L 4:53453 i1j:,:fi':' Rum, . NJ: :sz -, . 4:f::g:g:5:f.1:11:f5:1. I ff: :f.-:f5?:2-:f:1:':5:': 3 e icon 2 ,X PHI BETA LAMBDA f"e-3,951 riff .41 f'p 05g 6' V! X I 'wt 4' ffl?" Zi F, r 4 ' .5 Ji, - iLeft to Fiightl Back Row: George Wilson, Donna Hazeltine. Dave Shaffer, Kenny Sumi, Mark Fletcher, Doug Church, Mark Weimer. Fifth Row: Becky Moorhouse, Tim Bates, Cindy Wead, Donna Bean, Sue Rossen, Dennis Freeman. Fourth Flow: Frank Frye, LuAnn Heller. Birdy Black, Kathy Bailey, Shari Stephens. Third Row: Wendy Oosting, Beth Brinkley, Lisa Robinson, Vickie Hill, Jim Green. Second Row: Phil Bolus, Paul Sutherland. Front Row: Theresa Jacobs, Rhonda French, Berry Flatcliff, Fiandy Seals, Keith West-Pres. Mrs. Laws makes award presentation at club picnic. CHEERLEADERS ,X X, .1 ' 5 o , E af1aA4g3Sgq ,- 1. wr- '- f--5 CLeft to Rightj Back Row: Gina O'DeII-Captain. Second Flow: Rebecca Duncan, Jayln Sales, Mary Anne Wallenfelsz. Front Row: Renee Epps, Kathy Karnes, Brenda Marshall. nn... 9 Guess what's in our hands! Renee Epps is stuck in the same old routine! How is that for a side of Beef? 159 "Quo: SWIM CLUB X-Rt L-Q "' as v---H .1 4 EEL .3 4" ,,,,,. 1,1 In vim- f ' 5 ,gh illlff' ii, 36 . ff 1, .,.. ! I me-N,-,s,,,. Q..-Hb. in ff s-4 'J' , .ff-'Ki ff 5? 339- ,b,, Cleft to right! Back Row: Mike Gee-Co-Captain, Paul Sutherland, Margaret Winkler, Ken Means, Mike Brown, Victor Hull, Rick Cross, Front Row: Barbara Simpson, Rachelle James-Co-Captain, Betsy Bushnell, Ruth Perry, Kathie Bailey, Diana Young, Valerie Watson, Anne Stilwell, Jennifer Peters, Dr. Gee-Sponsor, Ted Pierce. 4, ' The Water Buffs, Milligan College's ver- v S ii, W Q sion of a swim team, completed their ,A ,.,g -- competitive season with a perfect 11-O S N., 'T . . W record. Although the team competes on a 'F " o - , club and not a varsity status, the Buffs xx-. 'W -1 challenged varsity intercollegiate teams such as Greensboro and Western Caroli- at " na University. Milligan's winning record in- cludes victories over Emory and Henry and Brevard besides Greensboro and Western Carolina. Both early and late, the season of competitive swimming was a magnificent success. 'sl-'n - "4- so ,13- 'Wg F: -' -19" Mike Gee and Dr. Gee talk over strategy, 1:4 "H-.. Margaret feels the tension starting to build. Dr. Gee the hotest thing in Rock-n-Roll 161 X x V - x l' Q ' X "' Q , X X XE' ff T a xt VOLUME 45 OCTOBER, 1980 P lg. Q 45 - if A ex 'Il .I - I - , 4 ,f ISSUE 2 Special Addition Vs. - , -L -3 2.-:::5I-9' 1 H ' -5 3.5 liS1Hl , fue, Q-.1 :'..':3.:.'..-:-' . -- 1:,...::..1 ns! un' " ' Q ll snugwmngpr t 1ClQ jr -gave-1 G., z... W..-E 2'-S L1 fn? ' ' 2.1 NU! 1 . n" . 7 I1 532 e " ' 11: use 1' " cb IC :M A Q ' fi, AV 133: ' 5 ' V- ' I . . 1 lu, J V :Mix O in ffm 1+ fam T E Back row: tleft to right? Tom Brumsman, Dan Foote, Amy Hysell, Victor Hull-Editor, Donna Bean-Bookkeeper, Gary Spenser. Front row: Tom Fasham, Shari Stephns, Tom Banks, Theresa Messimer, Rod Andrews, Steve Curtiss, Scott Hundley, Jeff Ingram. 162 The Stampede is a loosely organized club, des- ignated with the goal of producing a monthly cam- pus newspaper cleverly called the Stampede. Working as a staff member affords students the opportunity to sharpen their writing skills, whether it is in the field of newswriting, sports, feature or editorial areas. Students can also participate in fields such as photography and cartoon work. The Stampede aims to "maintain an atmosphere of free and responsible discussion and of intellectu- al exploration on the campus." -nik 2. s .Q A is 7 6:51 .im 'zz 2554111 ii ' t .i .. 33+ .sa at -42 Y-. TN A 1 I - Vic Hull finds the job as editor has its rewards with Laura Beth Hill on his lap Aa..-X Dan Foote working on another cartoon idea in his room. i 1 - 1 - Editor: Victor Hull Advertising Manager: Sherri Stevens Bookkeeping: Donna Bean Advisor: Dr. Donald Shaffer This Month's Contributors Pete Moore Bert Floyd Scott Hundley - Tome Banks Laura Beth Hill Tom Fasham cannon,-5 . Meridith cams 's'.gf,:',L'ff:,an Barbara Simpson wClldy Wald Ph t T - Loren Stuckenbruck 0 ogra ' Dilsfaoyssslmer John I-tall Melanie Ty-piss: Phil Bows Steve Crutiss Cathy wilkin The STAMPEDE, as the official student publication, operates under the code for joumalistic freedom and responsibility specified in the constitution for the Milligan College Publications Board. drafted and approved in the spring of nineteen hundred and sixty, nine by the Publications Committee. the Board of Advisors and the President of Milligan College. The business and editorial office of the STAMPEDE is located in Webb Hall Room No. 228. The STAMPEDE is published by the Eliza bethton Newspapers Inc.. Elizabethton. Tennesee and is entered as third class matter at the post office at Milligan College. Tennessee. 163 I vs BUFFALO 1.55 Q ' ,-1 0-6 -vf X 41: AEE Y""'4 - .G "fv- , 'TA , .Je ? a :...15Qiu-..41: ..'5'A'.'3i1',f Back row: Cleft to right? David Russell, Rhonda French, Teresa Gee, LuAnn Heller, Diana Young, Dan Gary Spencer, Barb Simpson, Alyssa Swiney. The Buffalo is a historical record of the activi- ties of Milligan College. The staff gives freely of their time in order to bring this book to the stu- dents. The staffs' abilities in journalistic and cre- ative style are tested. The desire of the Buffalo is to produce a book that will represent the Milligan College community in a true light. The staff hopes that Milligan College will not only enjoy this book but also profit from it. Foote, Dan Seals. Sitting: Candy Witcher Introduction Barb Simpson Candy Witcher Senior Rhonda French David Russell Underclass Denise Anderson Faculty David Russell Student Life Diana Young Sports David Russell Organizations Teresa Gee Becky Crook Sandy Souder Advertisements Rhonda French David Russell Editor David Russell Business Manager Rhonda French Adviser Paul Bader Photography Editor Randy Seals Photographers Leonard Hill LuAnn Heller David Russell Randy Seals Gary Spencer Alyssa Swiney Cover Design Dan Foote David Russell Cover Artwork Dan Foote 4 Alyssa Swiney caught in a duel, shooting it out with cameras. X 1 Ill x x J i:,sN,3E'5: K., .Q ,. 194-Ijggiw ' -nyc: Y ...--,mugs 2. ,",g'Y '- ' " Q55 ll Q gg- V ,fix-5-s P55151 2555. fx' ,h 3 ' 1 . . 'E lulgffif- ' sz 1 - W 1, ' A . .V 2 N N , Q ..-.Nfl N-,N ...W-.5 -f c :,- 1 V ,. 14'--. 54 -.5-,c - ,V T .14:-:M--::,-eg-355,23-.:,f-gg1,1-:..,.,...,.'...3,,, f., ?E:.iE5iSi,f '?f'E' - . st- .f ,....M.... . X 1 ' ' N' R A .A,. , ,tw q y M . 4 5 it 9 V. , ' ' K XX, ,Q , X v- . 5: . :gs-'I 3Q'5lg5I5f"fjf'1, if :fi ' 1 Ziff-.' . ' 0 ' 1" 'rw - . 3-51 A 'gf 1 .Qf -N . 5. .Y ' ' Y 1 Q QQ. AAI: Randy Seals this time on the other side of the camera. at Teresa Gee eating out 341 mais Sf' Becky Crook and Sandy Souder clowning around. 165 ADVERTISEMENTS .swans x 'Q 1 'S , - xl W N ig? i , I Y JR o fa 96 S, if . ASH H , E fa - s- , '1' "f2f,,,,,.,,Y,,g:?E' ,, wx- 'I vom Amon 'Ss ou ,S Li KUNG zlm Q 361' PEPSI ' "' tgetfk, CPt0hg?x0Vw a Bottlin n City, T 1 K IH S 300 E. Main Street Johnson City, TN I iii' JOHNSON CITY WASHINGTON COUNTY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Chamber of Commerce on behalf of all Johnson City lWashington County business firms is happy to extend its services to the students and faculty at Milligan College. We are proud that you have chosen Milligan to be your school. We invite you to make our area your home! "OUT FRONT AND MOVING AHEAD" of IN 'E ,,..u" - J, i . lbw' ""1Q. Y 'fl Degrees offered: Master of Divinity Master of Arts in Religion EMMANUEL SCHCOL OF RELIGION announces Preparation for World Mission under the direction of Charles R. Taber, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. llinguist, educator, preacher, writer, former missionary, anthropologistj .lfffF' ri i 'Y A"'1.H 7 L-tual. i ll ! ,Lg -5' , ' A i h I, 4 .,.,.-S-if For catalog and further mformatron Write or call Dr. Delno ,llg.li.g2 lK -s e ' b i' .,','. .g A mi- W. Brown, Academic Dean, Emmanuel School of Religion, -' ' sfv 3 ,9,lj ' ' Route 6, Box 500, Johnson City, Tennessee 37601, 16151 The B. D. Phillips Memorial Building 926-1186. You may Write or call Dr. Charles R. Taber at the same address. JOHNSON CITY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS UNITED AMERICAN BANK 208 Sunset Drlve p173 MOUNTAIN EMPIRE BANK 1616 W Market Street FIRST TENNESSEE BANK HAMILTON BANK 200 E Mann Street GEORGE WASHINGTON SAVINGS 81 LOAN 2122 N Roan Street FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 8t LOAN W Kung Street HERITAGE FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS St LOAN 2112 N Roan Street 103-107 W. King Street 1907 N. Roan Q- S S - -. ,N R MCRWW.:-.. X .. , ' A xg'-xx A .- ..., X.. AR-as A , .- -- W.. -v-Q.-.N,.Nh . we K QM. , t. . " '- ,, ,A h X ww , --- -lg, i x-N. SY, N ' -- .L ' " Q .- -+XQN:,.- SSN x, -er., - 1 K W " A L- Q K .-.- 1- -Q X A- fi-J.. -. .. K , 'vxw U N" I . --K3 xx . K' . RF V T by 'Q ' 'Q 'N " '. A ' 'Z' A 5 Q x 1- V-amx A 'NN' t , K I is ' Q s. ' ':5i'S-iii? x- . X ,:X X--X :Q x Q xxx X 3 x ' . N ' FFA X -1 ,vs , s" ' Q A L1 XX N 4' ' ! , -W--"' f Ni W' F J TIIWY X af 1 WATSON'S Carter County Plaza Elizabethton, TN 37643 A Flussell in the Bushes Since starting college 2 degrees and 6 years ago, I have learned a great deal. Not all of that knowledge has some from textbooks. Some college professors shouldn't be . . .the best part of dorm life is moving out . . . that being on your own shows how much you need others.. , that everything looks better with your eyes closed . . . and making changes at a private college is like pushing a wet noodle. My special thanks to all those who helped in making this book possible. To everyone that gave of their time, my deepest appre- ciation. Thanks to Pual Bader and Rod lrvin for their time and help. Thanks to Sandra Smith of Hertf Jones for putting up with me and for lunch. To Steve, my roommate, for another fun year. And to my close friends Mark and Marsha for being just that. It has been a good year, Toge parties, skiing trips, lobster din- ing, beach parties, Barf trip, soccer games, Doonesbury, eating at the Pitts', who could ask for anything more. My hope is that everyone tinds in life what he is looking for. God's Grace, David Russell K! l ,V .. 2 , ' ' 1 .90 Q . Q.. . , :JK . ' if N -, ---Aa - 'Ti-...nf i, rw.--+5 . , pu fa ' f K 4 'V 44 qvslzr-L.. 1 ., . QX'fy4'. L1Lf"1'.lfx:'Pf:.f1.Q.v'.i'.'f' V' .-'. ' A. nf- : . 0 , Q, "Fi -: el - - 5 . fr:,,,' gg ' r L.14-..ll!5'i-241--99 Q ' X T. 'N' ,fvzii L' fu XE 4' 1 iff A Q- :ig 4 N S4 ww- '1' - ' A ': Q ,-.,' b K. ,H . . vw, . I Us .h , - " t ' . ww' -- ' 1-fb.-Yr'-'H ff' ' ' 'Mara . Q I-. ,lf x 41: A,p.,,g . S I Q ,Q-JSC f V1 - W ' ' ' 4 - . I' 'T - C- I-SF ' . I , 'f ' . .g..,,.,. I . - L, ' 1 3-9 x f 4, A xr-Y exif ,Ay "Ng f' gf A V . I 'af N Ht: 355355 4 i' gig " , ' 'U :Af 1 Y. :lv x ' fins' . . T ". : V in Q W ng. we I wage not any feud with Death For changes wrought on form and face: No lower life that earth's embrace May breed with him, can fright my faith. Eternal process moving on, From state to state the spirits walks, And these are but the shatter'd stalks, Or run'd chrysalis of one. Nor blame I Death, because he bare The use of virtue out of earth: I know transplanted human worth Will bloom to profit, otherwhere. For this alone on Death I wreak The wrath that garners in my heart, He put our lives so far apart We cannot hear each other speak. Alfred Tennyson Woody Wallenfelsz Front Royal, Virginia To our friends Butch and Woody. Their lives expressed the fullness of living. Their death touched Butch and Woody die in two separate auto accidents this year. Butch Gallagher Kingsport, Tennessee the heart of our emotions. IN MEMORY i ' , 5 w 1 -Nw -yy 1 ' . Q v N I I A , . I ' ui ,S Nt.. V' X ' -vw' , 174' , 1,-1 , Y . 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