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CELEBRATION Milligan College Library 3331U47M5627 1982 C.2 lilligan College Buffalo. KH You are cordially invited to experience the Celebration of 1982 in this, the 100th Anniversary edition of the Milligan College Buffalo in Milligan, Tennessee. RSVP P. rl WELSHIMER MEMORIAL LIBRARY MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TENN. 37682 _v •- M BB - B feV _i vi ja — » SL _■» " 1 ___r_ 1 ! _» r Lvi Hr " B .4 1 a 1 s ' 1 J yBBbW " - ' ' _ __ _____________________ _____ :. Merrymaking CELEBRATION Fanfare Gala " ■ SMJ ' Rejoicing in today, indeed we are — the moment, the movement, the NOW! Ours is spontaneity, renewal and change! ■ - Put a little life into your words, for we put a lot of life into Living. : That ' s the attitude, Buffs! Celebrate Life! " " ■■- ' ■ ' ..- ' T - •-..■■■-■ ■■-■■-■.--I-.. - H sH " -■ ' " ■ ' • ' V r . ' V 3eS " • ' ' " ■■ ■■.■-■-.: : : - v . vv- . ' :; : as tf I i » M " -. ' mSm Mr Wt Senior Class Officers President — Dave Jones Vice-President — Victor Hull Secretary — Sue Rossen (not pictured) Treasurer — Vickie Hill Green Historian — Tom Brunsman SGA Representatives — Sue Miller Lane Thompson Allen Dean (not pictured) Scott Hundley Paul Sutherland 18 f : v4 M MWffl Sharon J. Alexander Sandra Kae Allen Douglas Lynn Anderson Jean Marie Anderson Gwendolyn Mays Babel Marianne Barnhart Debra Kay Bane David Eric Boden Janet Carol Bristow 19 Thomas Lynn Brunsman Amy Sue Bucher Julie Ann Burgen Barbara Irene Bushnell Lori Ann Cain David Alan Carpenter Nancy Owen Cummins Kimberly Sue Curran Stephen Bruce Curtiss 2 Taffney Rae Davis Allen Michael Dean Sara Lynn DeBord Joseph William Doyle Rebecca Christine Duncan jjsaBh Marvin Lee Elliot Mark Ely Lisa Evans Phyllis Jeanette Everette Stephen Craig Fair Lisa Lynne Rhoades France Dennis L. Freeman Arlene Belcher Gardner Teresa Gail Gee David Murray Giles Harry Raymond Gill, HI James Earl Green Vickie Sue Hill Green 22 Tammy Lynne Grindstaff Robert Jackson Hall Susan Lynn Hamilton Thomas Dean Hamilton Jayne Katherine Hardy Cathy Michele Harris Cheri Ann Harris Timothy James Hartman Laurie Elizabeth Harvey 2} Brenda Sue Hawkins Victor Davit Hull John Scott Hundley Julie Ann Knittel Cynthia Anne Leimbach Bryan Trevor Lyons Brenda Elaine Marshall Melanie Sue Means Stacye Danette Means 24 Jeffrey Ray Merryman David James Miller Susan Marie Miller Jeff Frank Moody Becky Lou Moorhouse James W. Morgan Lori Lynn Morrell Darla Kay Morris David Wayne Oler 25 Julie Ann Parker Ruth Ann Perry Sbelyne April Shipman Ponder James Wallace Presnell Barry Scott Ratliff Melody Marie Rhodes Pamela Jayne Rhodes Laura Beth Hill Richardson Linda Graybeal Robinson 26 Tammy Alane Boyd Ro Susan Debra Rossen Jaye Leann Rupert Sandra Elizabeth Saylor Randal Kip Seals Mary Bethany Seay Tina Louise Shatto Willard Douglas Sims David Wayne Snyder 27 Kenneth Martin Sours mm William Harvey Sowder, Jr. Connie Lee Stevens Paul Andrew Sutherland Kenneth Mark Summay Paul Reed Tickle Nancy Lane Thompson 4 Brian William Tucker Daphne Hill Tull 28 Richard Milton Tull, Jr. Mary Darlene Wade Cynthia Jean Wead Cathy Lynn Wilkin Gladys Elizabeth Wine Timothy Curtis Walter Douglas Michael Yeaton Robin Ernest Zimmerman 29 Seniors, How can I possibly put into words our past four years together at Milligan College? Our freshman, sophomore, and junior years were full of good times and great memories, and our senior year has been no exception. As a class, we have sponsored skating parties and prayer breakfasts, enjoyed camping together at Red Fork Falls, sponsored Faculty Follies, and retreated together on our Senior Retreat. These times we spent together as a class will never be forgotten, but perhaps even more memorable times will be those that we spent as individuals sharing in each other ' s joys and sorrows. I am so thankful that we were all here at Milligan not only as fellow students, but as fellow Christians. I feel that for this reason we will leave Milligan with true friends, friends that really love and care for us, friends that we can forever remember, and we can feel assured that they are remembering us. We have learned so much while at Milligan. Of course we have learned a great deal a§F through the many hours of lecturing and studying that we were exposed to, but we learned so much more. We not only studied together, we played together, worked together, and many of us lived together. How could we possibly keep from learning with all of these opportunities? I regret that the many stresses put upon us by our studies may have caused us to overlook these lessons we have been taught while at Milligan. I just hope and pray that now as we go out into the " real " world to put our knowledge and talents to work that our striving for more knowledge and our eagerness to succeed in our professions will be important to us, but not so important that we forget who gave us the ability to learn and what He wants from us. Solomon says in Proverbs 1:7, " The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. " I thank every one of you for the best of times at Milligan and I pray that each of you are happy in whatever aspect of life you may pursue. You will always be remembered. In Christian Love, Dave Jones Who ' s Who Among American Students in American Universities and Colleges A recognized institution of the American academic community, this Who ' s Who award is conferred annually upon outstanding student leaders. Over the past 47 years more than 1300 senior colleges have adopted this program as part of their annual campus honors. Selections are made by campus nominating committee and are based on decidedly above average academic standing, community service, leadership ability and future potential. This year ' s life includes: Tom Brunsman Lisa Evans Jim Green Vickie Hill- Green Tim Hartman Donna Hazeltine Laura Beth Hill Victor Hull Melanie Means Jimmy Presnell Lane Thompson 30 Class Officers: President — John Green Vice-Pres. — Nora Dorton Secretary — Charlotte Witte Treasurer — Sharon D. Anderson Public Relations — Amy Black Historian — Connie Gardiner Representatives — Suzanne Ross Candy Witcher JeffRuss Bob Sutherland Representatives at large — John Hall Bill Weekley Class of 1983 I sincerely hope that each one in our class has truly enjoyed their junior year at Milligan. I believe our class has made more progress this year than any other year before. It seems that due to under par past class governments, of which I was a part, our class has become a very loose, unorganized one. I am happy to see the trend reversing, but I still see a long way to go. I urge each one in the class of 1983 to become involved, and experience some of the fun, and responsibility in fund-raising. My hat goes off to those who have helped make this year profitable for the junior class. Class government is a tough job, and can be tougher when one has little help. Please help the officers next year by getting involved; you will be the one to benefit the most. Sincerely, John D. Green 1981-82 Class President m f A 31 Greg Allen Sharon D. Anderson Rod Andrews Laura Arnold ftTJ Rob Aubrey Amy Black Hank Bolten Phil Bolus Ross Brodfuthrer Tim Brokaw Tom Burnette Kay Carmicbael Regina Carrier Ann Carter Corri Casatta Elaine Clark Mickey Clifton Brian Coburn Cindy Davidson Eric Deemer 32 John Dyer Greg Edmundson Royce Everette Bonnie Gardiner Connie Gardiner Darlyn Gordon Rick Gray Karen Gwinn Dave Hamlin Valerie W. Harvey Melissa " Charlie " Hill John Hopkins Sheretta Houston Jeff Ingram Tyjoh Dave Keiser Donna Kidner Phil King P.H. WELSHIMER MEMORfAL " imM MILLIGAN COLLEGE, IENN, 37682! Donna Knisley Sandy R. Kroh Dana McBrayer Carole Maimer Sally Mason Donna Matson Theresa Mess ' r Cindy Miller Greg Moffatt Patty Morrell Ted Pierce Kim Poteet Drema Pugh Kathy Rea Doug Rhoades Chris Robinson STM I Beth Ross Suzanne Ross Carolyn Scarem Jackie Schlegel 34 Greg Small Barb Smith Anne Stilwell Kathy Suchan Bob Sutherland Jana Van Drimmelen Mania Vick Vic Vogt m Randy Warren Duane Warrington Janet Waterbury Bill Weekley Renee Williams Candy Witcher Charlotte Witte Patty Woodward Renee Wooters Mara Worcester Diana Wornicki Diana Young 35 Sophomore Class Officers President — Dave Bowyer Representatives — Sherry Detraz Vhe-Presidnet — Ladonna Coy Brenda Garfield Secretary — Tressa Wiggington Jim Burgen Treasurer — Kenny Sweitzer Gregg Alexander Sgt. at Arms— John Hutchins 36 Lisa Abbot Gregg Alexander Gerry Aurigema Debra Bane Tom Banks Kristi Beck Rives Blanton Kim Boyer V s„ Kelly Brown Mike Brown Amy Brunsman Jean Buckler Patrick Bunton Jim Burgen Betsy Bushnell Brett Carter Kim Cassetty Mania Clements Melanie Cochran Allen Coswell 37 Marsha Cox Ladonna Coy Doug Davis Sherry Day Eric Deaton Starlene DeBord Dan Deremer Sherry Detraz Treva Draper Nancy Dunn Renee El kins Carla Eshelman Karen Fentress Linda Fink Tracy Fisher Brenda Garfield Merideth Gattis Jnanne Gentry Tim Gephart 38 Ed ' Half Shara Harbaugh Elaine Harrison Julie Hensley Debbie Huntley John Hutchins Sally Jacobs Kevin Johnson Tim Justice Jennifer Kelley Beth Kirby Craig Kroh Gerry Lane Adair Lattimer Beth Lewis Robin Linkous Karol May Marsha McNabb Pete Malmquist 39 Ken Means Sue Miller Alan Miller Rutin Miller ■ ty Tracy Moore Randy Neff Dave Oliver Donna Oliver Tom Phillips Cassandra Pitts David Read Brian Reed PhilRodefi Jerry Rose Harold Ross Holly Ross Gregg Shepherd Vicki Sickling Barbara Simpson Missy Smith 40 Stan Smith Sue Smith Beth Somppi Dayna Sparks Diana Stought Donna Stutles Kenny Sweitzer Alyssa Swiney ■ Paul Tarr Denise Taylor Hilda Thomas Laura Thompson 5a V Peggy Trent Anita Vebele P ' ggy Witt Mary Anne Wallenfehz Felicia Walther Windy Ward Darcy Wetzel Curt Wbitesell 41 Tressa Wiggington Kelly Wilkinson Margaret Winkler Mark Yeaton Alan Young A Short Summary about the Class of 1984 (sung to the tune of " 0 Come All Ye Faithful " ) Come all ye sophomores, On the more serious side, all the good times, good friends and good education joyful and triumphant, should be remembered, and we should also be reminded of how God has Come ye, come ye, blessed us during this past year. to Mill-i-gan; Sophomore Class President Remember the car wash, candy sales, David Bowyer and talent show, And Image during Twirp Week, And tests of which we won ' t speak, But most of all be thankful for HU- MAN- 1- TIES ' 42 Freshman Class Officers President — Tony Mellencamp Representatives — Lori Price Vice-Presidnet — Scott Brooks Julie Voke Secretary— John Barto Tim Snyder Treasurer — Karen Stahl Chris Riley Historian — Marc Troeger Chaplain — Roy Alford is «:vw. ' ' ' v- ; - i? ::: 45 Roy Alford Rich Aubrey Lisa Amdia Marylee Barlowe John Bar to Regina Black Curtis Booker Steve Bornemann Alan Brat ton Terry Brinkley Scott Brooks ■ ■ ; a ■ W t ■ 7 .j Jim Bnck June Byrd Pam Caldemeye Beth Cauble 44 Mo ege Desir Lynn Dixon Rabin Downing Greg Edington sit Lois Elaman Brenda Eshelman Mff Dean Farrier Susan Foltz Kim Francis Helen Fuqua Lisa Garland Angela Green Cheryl Green Bill Greer Ken Grundlock Julie Gwaltney Polly Hensley Laura Herron Anne Hersey 45 ' I K »t ?a ■- A Jamesina Hicks Lisa Jordan Pam Kettelson David King ul: fc v Lois King Randy Kunkel Tammy Laidlaw Gina Lambert Kim Lawson Karla Leistner Lois I Jib an Jenny Lowe Lana Mack Cbet McClanchan Cindy McCord Michele McFarland David McKee Tonya McKeeban Linda Melendy Sheri Mess inter 46 Joy Miller Susan Morford Greg Noble Angie Ohlhauser John Oliver Susan Oliver Doug Opper Sheila Pickens Cheryl Pierson Greg Poteet Janet Potter Artie Price Lori Quebe David Rehana Chris Riley Andy Roberts Becca Robinson Kim Roth Kim Sanson 47 Greg Sater field Diane Scholey Mandy Schroeder Kathi Shackelford Becky Shingleton Bob Shurr Debbie Smith Mhhelle Smith Tim Snyder Delores Stanberry Julie Stewart Linda Stimpson Diane Stover Gayle Tabor Debbie Taylor Janet Toon Marc Troeger Valena Tucker Mike Vaughn Cindy Verbeck 48 Btth Williams Kim Wilson Cindy Winegardntr The freshman class of 1985 is an up-and- coming part of the Milligan College community. We have begun our four -year journey under the wings of our new college president, Marshall Leggett. I ' m sure that these next four years will see an advantageous growth not only for our vibrant class, but also the growth of Milligan College itself. I ' m proud to have been elected president of the class of 1985 and am excited about our future. Sincerely, Tony Mellencamp President of The Class of ' 85 49 New President Steps " Forward " In Milligan ' s 100th Year Dr. Marshall Leggett President 50 Bert S. Allen Dean of Students Kenneth W. Oosting Academic Dean Roy H. Somer Business Manager Eugene Wigginton Executive Vice President 31 Paul Bader financial Aid Director Glen R. Davis Controller Bo Deaton Director of Encounter Ministries Ron Eversole Director of Church Relations Phyllis Fontaine Registrar J Director of Admissions Steve Marshall Enlistment Officer Dr. Joe P. McCormick Assistant to the President Steven Preston Director of Learning Resources Mark Richardson Alumni Director 52 Faculty Sue Abegglen Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Patricia J. Bonner Associate Professor of Health P.E. Director of Testing Rowena Bowers Health P.E. Kenneth Carter Voice Teacher Dr. Paul Clark Professor of Education Jeanette Crosswhite Associate Professor of Music Anna May Crowder Assistant Professor of English Dr. Orvel Crowder Professor of Psychology Dr. Terry Dibble Associate Professor of English 53 Dr. Charles Gee Professor of Biology James Greenlee Professor of Art Doug as P. Gross Assistant Professor of Music Dr. W.C. Gwaltney Jr. Professor of Bible Dr. Robert Hall Professor of Sociology Beth Hallquist Learning Skills Dennis Helsabeck Jr. Humanities Professor Dr. Susan Higgins Associate Professor of Sociology Janice Huang Professor of Matbmatics 54 Janice Huang " Can ' t you see I ' m a big girl? " Pat Bonner " Hi -Ho Silver " Terry Dibble " Howdy Partner. ' Chuck Gee " I ' m five years old. ' 55 I ' ll J I Ann lies Humanities Professor Y David ] arms Economics Professor Jack Knowles Humanities Professor Virginia Laws Assistant Professor -Secretarial Science Dr. Eddie Leach Professor of Biology Dr. Richard Lura Associate Professor of Chemistry Guy Mauldin Visiting Lecturer in Mathematics John Meding Visiting Lecturer in Mathematics Dr. John L. Morrison Assistant Professor of Education % Ann lies Lookin ' pretty Bert Allen Hiep Hoa Village— Viet Nam 57 Dr. Edwin Nelson Associate Professor of Bible Carolyn Hipper Humanities English Professor Dr. Eugene Nix Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Euel Ownby Education Professor Doris Pennington Assistant — Secretarial Science Dr. Richard Phillips Professor of Bible Jim Pierson Education Professor Dr. Ira Read Humanities History J Theatre Bill Rhoades Associate Professor of Accounting and Business Adm. 58 Euel Own by Edwin Nelson ?e 7 — Little Eddie Carolyn Nipper You ' re right, I ' m cute! Ira Read " Stick ' em Up. ' 59 = Tt-TC David Roberts Lecturer in Physics Dr. David Runner Associate Professor Of Music Daniel Russo Economics Professor Dr. Donald Shaffer Associate Professor of German j Bible Dr. James Shields Director of Student Teaching Dr. Lone Sisk Professor of Chemistry Harold Stout Physical Education Instructor Herman Stribling Economics Professor Earl Stuckenbruck Associate Professor of Bible 60 Lone Sisk " The suave, handsome me. Carolyn Woolard " Je m ' appelle Carolyn! " 61 Duard Walker Professor of Health P.P.. i J v s j1L Dr. Gary Wallace Associate Professor of Biology Ronald Weir Business Administration Carolyn Woolard Associate Professor of French Phil Worrell Assistant Professor of Physical Education Opal Lyons Campus Nurse Sandy Ahead Charlotte Blevins Patty Hatfield and Karen Cummings 62 Staff Lou Deaton and Lois Trivet Velma Hall Nancy Huff Kay May field Annie Miller Melissa Moreland Elizabeth Treadway Emerald Webb Teresa Wilson 63 Student Life . . . A May Day Celebration of the Past -Jftl Student Life nmBS B 8HHHHH HHH W HaHmBS TOl Hardin Hall Hardin Hilton Hootenanny Open House . . . meeting at the fountain or the front lawn . . . high ceilings . . . falling down slanted staircases . . . fighting over the washer and dryer . . . our little friends Toby, Ashley, and Oreo . . . How many jelly beans in the jar? . . .failing room inspection . . . swinging on water pipes . . . climbing through Corn ' s window to catch the rays on the porch . . . crazy President Laura . . . Spring picnic and Rock- n- Roll . . . jogging parties . . . June falling UP the stairs . . . hamsters? . . . 3rd floor arctic temperatures . . . community showers . . . Cindy ' s terrific cleaning . . . attacks from radiator water . . . personality . . . backgammon . . . Freshman initiation? . . . Secret Pal parties . . . SUB expeditions . . . too close to classes? . . . sunset over Buffalo Mountain . . . Hardin j Dorm Council The Hardin Family 66 Hart Hall The " Dear Harts 9) All dorm parties . . . open house decorating party . . . devotions . . . men on which floor? . . . spring clean . . . kitchen remodeling . . . BODY hill . . . Senior slide show and party at an unexpected time . . . Dear Hart awards . . . big sister — little sister . . . Tim and Tom outside your window . . . the various enjoyable engagements . . . Webb ' s cigar party . . . water slides on 3rd floor . . . dorm council meetings . . . Mrs. Millar! Left: Rives, Brian, and Sue talk Police People talk. 67 Sutton Hall Sutton — The Resort Experience Skydiving on cats . . . madrigal coat check, candy- grams, and stick candy . . . smoke alarms? devotions at the Laurels . . . supported the Haiti group . . . the unexpected visitors, after the ice storm, after the basketball game . . . secret pal party . . . Christmas devotions and carol sing- a- long . . . sold T-shirts . . . open house . . . picnic by the creek . . . hall wall painting . . . new curtains? . . . marigolds on the front lawn . . . flea market for " Forward with Faith " . . . Becky Reeves (B.R.)l 4k ll Above: Surprise Sue! Above Right: Sutton R.A. ' j and B.R. Right: Sutton Dorm Council 68 Pardee Hall Pardee Gets ROWDIE! Water ballooning raids . . . Christmas caroling party . . . all dorm movies . . . collecting stuffed animal heads . . . welcoming the future " rowdies " . . . all dorm meetings . . . the Milligan stereo system . . . houses the two top Intramural teams in basket- ball . . . but we didn ' t do it? 69 Webb Hall Webb Hosts Annual Steak Dinner Steak Dinner . . . Open House; . . . Hot Dog sales . . . engagement rites . . . annual cigar party . . . Coach Walker and Rob Gardner -. Roy Alford gets powerded at Hart during the annua! cigar parly. Above Right: Webb R.A. 1 Right: Webb Dorm Council U» 70 Dorm Life Within these halls . . . We ' ve a place called j I Above: Lynn Dixon plays a practical joke on a friend — Lane! Above Right: Becky Merriam gets silly. Right: Quiet in Pardee? 72 . ' ; .. -v.:- ' J. .. ,; -. " - : . ' HOME! 73 Freshman Week It ' s Off to a Good Start! What does a freshman recall about his first week on the Milligan campus? Dinks, hours of testing, and the mandatory library tour tied for the Once -in- a- Life -time- (Thank- Good- ness ) - Award . Fonder memories are attached to the Faculty Firesides, the skating party, the campus picnic, and, of course, Matriculation. The family closeness of the teams and the busy schedule helped to initiate the freshmen. Amazingly, the dreaded Milligan Mile played no role in the initiation, for it was offi- cally forbidden because of potential stress and intimidation for the frosh. Many were disap- pointed, however, at the break in tradition, and even still feel they should have been allowed the " priv Hedge. " Praises to all who coordinated this week, especially Ross, Melanie, leaders, etc. . . . Top: Sophomore Cassandra Pills assists freshman John Barto with his ice cream. Above: Prof Ed Nelson tries to pass for a freshman. Right: Coach Worrell grins sheepishly as he returns for seconds and is caught in the act. n The Queen and the Rebels A Tense, Dramatic Thriller is Staged Simply, but with Flair Directors Melanie Means and Ira Read opened the Milligan dramatic season with Ugo Betti ' s revolution play " The Queen and the Rebels " on September 23rd, 1981. The searing emotions associated with political upheaval are portrayed in fear, passionate loyalty, disgust, and hatred. What is the human response? Ironically, even the strongest can be made weak and sensitive individuals may yield to the crushing pressures and conform to the all-powerful ideal — Rebellion . Above left: Debra Crane instructs John Hall in Method Acting. Above: Julie Voke and Debra Crane . . . a tragic, but peaceful moment. Left: The cast looks on as the real queen dies. CAST: Tim Hartman, Craig Kroh, Thomas Brunsman, John Hall, De- bra Crane, Julie Voke, John P. Barto, Stephen Bus, Pa- tricia Tabor, Steve Reeves, Joshua Leedom, Mark Hurst, Mary Darlene Wade, Treva R. Draper. 75 Founder ' s Weekend 1981 features Milligan ' s 100th Year Prospective Students Milligan Students Alumni THURSDAY 11 12 81 Arrival Registration; Get -Ac- quainted Vespers; Dinner in Sutton Cafe; " Side by Side " ; Preparations for a busy tomorrow; Bedtime FRIDAY 11 13 81 Breakfast; Prospectives ' meeting in Dertbick; Career Workshops Class Visitation; Lunch; Financial Aid Talk; Admissions Procedures Re- quirements; Campus Tours; Dinner; Imperials Concert; Ice Cream Social SATURDAY 11 14 81 Breakfast; Women ' s Volleyball Tour- nament OR Swimming OR Alumni- Student Football; Picnic Lunch at field house; Alumni- Varsity Basket- ball Game; Adios, Au Revoir, Bye til ' 82! SUNDAY 11 15 81 It ' s nice to awaken in M Y bed! ( Home, Sweet Home); Church; Catch up on all that homework THURSDAY 11 12 81 Classes as usual; " Clean that room for your weekend guest! " ; Meeting the pro- spective students; Dinner; Studying; ZZZ—ZZZZZZZ FRIDAY 11 13 81 Breakfast; Classes with prospective students visiting (Please act intelli- gent!); Lunch; Looking forward to a GREAT weekend; " Side by Side " OR Imperials Concert; Popcorn and late movie; Bedtime??? SATURDAY 1 1 14 81 Sleep In!; Watch Lady Buffs (volley- ball) cream other teams at the tourney; Alumni-Student Football game; Picnic at fieldhouse; Alumni- Varsity Bas- ketball; Dinner; Founder ' s Daughter Pageant (yeah Laura Beth!!); " Side by Side " : Appreciate your Saturday and go out!; ZZZZZZ SUNDAY 11 15 81 Wake up sleepyheads!; Church; Din- ner; Studying (UGH!); Dinner; Ves- pers; Tomorrow ' s Monday . . . sigh . . . THURSDAY 11 12 81 Preparations for visiting East Tennes- see (Destination; MILLIGAN); Packing, making certain of babysit- ters, plantsitters, catsitters, etc. FRIDAY 11 13 81 Travelling to M.C. our Alma Mater; Registration; Imperials Concert ; Shu- teye SATURDAY 11 14 81 Breakfast; Alumni -Student Football game; Class Reunions; Alumni Lun- cheons; Hardin Hall Courtyard Founder ' s Day Ceremony; Alumni- Varsity Basketball Game; Founder ' s Daughter Pageant; " Side by Side " ; Fi- nally, some sleep! SUNDAY 11 15 81 Breakfast; Collegiate Church; Dinner; Farewell, Alma Mater . . . until next year: 7(5 Alumni and Prospective Student Weekend It ' s a Celebration for Sure! Milligan is " home " to many more people than her current students. " Each year in early November, Founder ' s Weekend stages the arrival of alumni and prospective students. These special people join in weekend festivities which are held in honor of the founding of Milligan. Top left: Alumni -Student Football includes romping rowdy! Top right: The Alumni Basketball players of ' 82 pose for a somber group shop . . .just like old times. Left: John Hart accepts the Outstanding Alumnus Award for Ada Elizabeth Hart. Above: Hobos perform as a part of the Alumni Banquet celebration. The classes of ' 31, ' 56, ' 61, ' 66, 11, and 76 celebrated their reunions this year. 77 1981 Founder ' s Daughter Pageant Left to right, contestants are Donna Haze tine, Sue Miller, Cindi Wead, Taffie Davis, Darla Morris, Lisa Evans. Tammy Ross.Jeri Fisher, Sandy Souder, Laura Beth Hill, Lane Thompson, Gladys Sullivan, Daphne Hill, Jayne Hardy, Ruth Perry, Cindy Leimbach, Jan Bristow, Shelyne Shipman, Mary Beth Seay, and Becky Moorehouse. Gilan Wetzel, Founder ' s Daughter of 1980, presents Lane with A close-up on Laura Beth, as she delights in the announcement: her gift as congratulations for being selected First Runner- Up. she is the new Founder ' s Daughter! The two winners embrace. 78 " Side by Side by Sondheim " Sensational Students Sizzle in " Side by Side " Founder ' s Weekend exploded with the opening of Milligan ' s glittering production of " Side by Side by Sondheim. " Dr. Ira Read with musical direction by Lisa Adkins and Julie Alexander led the cast of nine in a stunning performance. The musical revue featured songs about love and marriage. Performed in Derthick Theater November 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21, the show starred Lane Mack, Lois Loban, Julie Alexander, Tom Howard, Craig Kroh, Robin Zimmerman, Melanie Means, Lisa Evans, and Laura Beth Richardson. Left: Lana Mack shines in the spotlight. Below: Melanie, Laura Beth, Julie, Lois, and Lana strut their stuff. Madrigal Dinners Halls are Decked for Madrigal Feast The enchantment of Madrigal Dinners never ceases to glow in the Christmas season at Mi ligan. The 1981 Olde English cele- bration drew guests from all over this region, and manifested the beauty of the Christmas gala. The meal of yorkshire pudding and roast beef, plum pudding with rum sauce and wassail delighted the taste. Moreover, the warmth and joy extended by the student waiters and waitresses, the strolling min- strels and musicians, the court and royalty and all other involved persons fostered the true spirit of celebration. After the jester ' s antics and a full repertoire of renaissance carols, the feast came to a close as all guests and court sang in hushed praise to the Christ child, " Silent Night, Holy Night; All is calm ... " Sopranos: Rebecca Brown, Cindi Leimbach, Holly Ross, Lisa Walker; Altos: Susan Pless, Laura Thompson, Margaret Winkler, Renee Woofers; Tenors: John Barto, Mike Brown, Jim Burgen, John Meredith; Bass: Brian Delp, Jeff Moody, Charles Sanders, Vic Vogt. Lord High Chamberlain: John Hall Court Jester: Tim Hartman Litter Bearers: Phil Bolus and Tim Sutherland Trumpeteers: Danny Bachelor and Paul Sutherland Head Waiter: Jim Dodd Brass Quintet: Danny Bachelor, Julie Bergen, Paul Suther- land, and Mark Tuttle Recorder Consort: Jan Bristow, Donna Hazeltine, Alan Miller, Lynda Miller, and Kathy Rea Strolling Minstrels: Amy Black, Scott Hundley, David King, Diana Stoughton, Donna Knisley, Becky Ross, and Shelyne Shipman. t Above: Jim Dodd caters to the needs of Holly Ross and Jeff Moody. Right: Tim Hartman takes a break from his jesting. 80 81 Winter Awakening " Tho the Weather Outside is Frightful . . . " While attending college means studying, plenty of other ways emerge in which college students occupy themselves. Even in the cold of February, amusements surface. During snow -days, Milligan students head for Seeger and Emmanuel hills and the golf course, accompanied by intertubes and " borrowed " cafeteria trays for sliding fun! Walks in the snow and moonlight are popular, as are evenings in the dorm lobby for popcorn, TV, and cards. Right: The snow is " packed " . . . Rea dy . . . Set . . . TRAY ' . ' !. ' Below Right: Seeger Hill becomes the site of a student snow battle. Below: Treva Draper enjoys popcorn in her dorm room, a favorite winter warm-up activity. 82 Spring Fun Warmer Days Inspire Frolic By the time the early spring flowers pop through the mud of late March, many girls have already been " tanning " on Body Hill behind Hart Hall, and the Pardee Rowdies are cranking up the campus stereo to welcome Spring. Outdoor sports resume in the forms of tennis, soccer, Softball, track, baseball, and frisbee. Spring fever breaks out in spurts . . . sometimes even in an occasional convo cut!! Above: Mark Gotchall gracefully flings the Pardee frisbee. Above Left: Greg Moffatt scales the dorm! Left: Sometimes spring fever means being pinned to the ground and attacked . . . by someone you love. 83 Sweethearts 1982 Sweethearts Go Co-Ed February 1982 introduced a new aspect to the normal Sweetheart proceedings — male and female candidates. Before this year the ceremony consisted of selecting one young lady — a real " sweetheart " from each class. The Social Affairs committee opted for a co-ed Sweetheart selection this year, since gentlemen can be sweethearts as well as ladies. The presentation of candidates formally occurred in convocation, with co-hosts Diana Young and Tim Hartman. The presentation turned out to be a hilarious event as the male candidates, attired in coat, tie, dress shirt, and boxer shorts, escorted their ladies. The audience found this quite humorous — in contrast to many of the faculty and administra- tion. Above Right: Several students entertainers participated in the banquet. Here, Lana Mack and David King sing " F ollow Me " by John Denver. Front: Roy Alford, Julie Voke, Mike Brown, Beth Lewis, Ross Brodfuehrer. Robin Carter, Dave Miller, Lane Thompson: Second: Scott Brooks, Karla Leistner, Dave Bowyer, Denise Cantanzarite,John Dyer, Anne Stilwell, Cin- dy Wead, Jim Presnell: Back: Todd Cluxlon, Beth Cauble, .Mark Yeaton, Sherry Day, Diana Young. Tim Hartman ( M.C.), Stacye Means, Darius Lecesne. Not pictured: Rod An- drews. 84 Left: Seniors Jim Presnell and Lane Thompson were honored with the title of 1982 Class Sweethearts. Below: Robin Carter and Ross Brodfuehrer, Junior Sweethearts, embrace affectionately. Far Left: The Sophomore Class chose its Sweethearts well! They were Beth Lewis and Dave Bowyer. Left: It ' s only their first year and freshmen Beth Cauble and Todd Cluxton are already stealing Hearts! 85 Faculty Follies The Faculty Goes Bananas The Class of ' 82 sponsored the Fac- ulty Follies following the Sweetheart banquet this year. Admission was small and laughs were great as the faculty (true hams by nature) pre- sented their shananagins. The small audience loved every minute of it. The performers enjoyed it too. Above: Dr. and Mrs. Hall embrace affectionately during their duet. Top Right: President Leggetl makes a good effort. Right: The professors play " house " a Table, Chair, Cat, Dog, Maiden, Villain, and Hero. 86 Square Dances Dancing is NOT Part of Our Tradition?? Folks in the Milligan community recall that dreaded mandate which forbade social dancing on campus. SGA secured the ap- proval of the Board of Trustees for the modi- fication of that regulation. Square dances are now allowed! As a part of the 1981 Wonderful Wednesday celebration, the first delightful square dance hailed success, and since then there have been two others. Dr. and Mrs. Gee co- hosted the events. Perhaps it is not sinful to enjoy the " good clean fun " in dancing — as long as it is promenading? Left: Resting those tired feet after promenading is a necessity. So are refreshments. Below Right: Mr. and Mrs Huang do- si- do. Below Left: Chris Robinson and Cindy Cornwell enjoy swinging their partners — each other. 87 Vespers Sunday Evening Worship: Instructive and Informal Top: At 9-00 each Sunday evening students gather in lower Seeger to sing praises and feast on the Word. Above: Singing groups and soloists add sparkle to the worship experience. Right: Jim Presnell, Religious Affairs Committee Chairman, organizes many of the devotionals for the vespers program. SH Campus Life The Milligan Community Left: Spring fever breaks loose in a prank: the eve of a Sophomore Humanities exam sees Hyder emptied of its chairs. Below: The old Post Office and the one newly constructed to serve the Milligan community more efficiently stand side by side. Left: The Library is a major learning and social center for students like Kenny Sweitzer and Ladonna Coy. 89 Cafeteria Milligan Cafe — Chow Time Eating together as a Milligan family means that the cafe is a " commu- nity gathering place " . Banquets such as Madri- gals are held here, as are ice cream feasts, special meals (Halloween costume night, Hawaiian night, and Hors doeuvres night). With the new Benny Winn the quality and variety of the food is at a praisewor- thy level — almost as good as mom ' s. Right: Diana, John, Tim, Terry, and Tom — say " Cheese. " Lower Left: Roy Alford is " sold " for the going price for slaves. Lower Right: Paulette Williams sets the table for a banquet. Students earn extra money this way. 90 Student Union Buildint The SUB ' s Got It All The SUB is probably the social cen - ter for the students and faculty at Milligan. Not only does it carry pen- cils, books for class, and junk food, but there are electronic games and pool down- stairs, and a huge TV screen. Special movies such as " The Goodbye Girl " , are shown bi-weekly and a frequent phrase heard on campus is " Let ' s go see the movie at the SUB. Left: What ' s behind the scene holding the SUB together— Jean the bean. Below Left: Susan Pless makes herself a coke " That will be }0( including tax. " Below Right: Don Sheffy works the counter like a " pro. " 91 This year is one of promise for a brighter future for Milli- gan College as Marshall fames Leggett comes forward to preside over the school. April 2, 1982 was the date of the Inauguration, and this weekend whirled with banquets, dinners and receptions. It was then that Dr. Leggett formally introduced his " Forward with Faith " campaign to rid Mil- ligan of her financial burdens. Students and faculty worked anxiously for the weekend and her success — and it was a great success!! Right: Dr. Leggett accepts the charge as the new President of Milligan College. Below: " Forward with Faith " is the plan for obliterating Milligan ' s great financial debt. Below Right: Jimmy Quillen is presented with a special award for his faithful service to Milligan in the House Of Representatives. Presidential Inauguration Marshall J. Leggett — 13th President 93 Helicon Concert Talent Abounds at Annual Event Each spring sees the tremendous talent of Milligan students and faculty staged in Seeger Chapel for the Helicon Concert. Ad- mission is always a dollar, and the contri- bution funds the publication of the literary art magazine Helicon as well as providing an evening of sheer pleasure and entertain- ment. This year, Tim Hartman and Tom Brunsman co- hosted the display of musical talents, and the great efforts of the contrib- uting musicians paid off . . . the applause and appreciation of the audience was great. Special thanks to Pete, Cindi, William, Dave, P. I., and the back-up musicians . . . Top: Tim and Tom steal the show (at least between acts) with their zany wit. Right: William Sowder intently accompanies Cindi as she sings. Above: Pat Tabor ' s melodies add a plaintive touch to the concert. 94 Left: Pete Malmquist, disguised as a member of " Painful Itch, " reveals the punk in his soul. Bottom Left: Mellow and easy is Dave Jones who graciously strummed back-up to several acts. elow: The transformed Ty Johnson focuses his " Painful Itching " into a sensible outlet — broom -playing. 95 Wonderful Wednesday M A S H Wednesday Almost Wasn ' t Over and over . . . Wonderful Wednesday was expected and expected . . . and expected. Weather cancellations and examination conflicts almost blotted the spring Free- for- All from the 1982 calendar of events. Fortu- nately, the Student Union Board was persis- tent, and the weather was cooperative, and the beautifully planned M A S H Wednesday delighted the campus. Students and faculty participated in the many events, including the morning foun- tain clean-up, the noon picnic, the afternoon relays and Softball game, and the evening movie. Clad in M A S H t-shirts, khakis and other army garb, the students partici- pated in a M A S H look-alike contest, too. The day provided for faculty, adminis- tration, and students a relaxing day -off, and all sincerely thank the SUB for provid- ing this break!!! Above: Students are really " wrapped up " n this relay. Right: Other relays, such as this crutch race, provided many laughs. m $ $!$$ r i v 96 Left: The day begins early for the Student Union Board members who coordinate the activities. Below: The picnic allowed time for ambling around with friends. Above: A day for lazing around . . 97 This year proved to be financially difficult for the Junior Class but everything finally came together for theJr.-Sr. Banquet. Faculty members served the students seated in Emmanuel ' s formal dining hall for the occasion. The event sparkled with silver and gold, and Robin Miller accompanied by her brother Dave, sang several numbers for the audiences pleasure. Eugene Wiggington was M.C.for the event and his humor added more pizzazz to the occasion. Dr. Leggett ' s Senior address focused on success and high goals for achievement. 98 Jr.-Sr. Banquet ' ' Silver Dreams and Golden Memories " Top: Laughing at the M.C.Jayne Harding and Lori Cane. Above: Pam Rhodes reflects on the evening. Left: Dr. Leggett speaks on the difference in a person who is successful despite handicaps and the person who gives up. € S 99 Merry Wives of Windsor A Profile of the Audience Tributes to performances, especially dramatic, tend to be critical analyses of the interpretation rendered by the actors and actresses. Such an account of Merry Wives of Windsor, presented in March as the spring drama, would boldy include praise for the production ' s delightful handling of this comedy. The spirit of Shakespearean comedy evinced as the chattering wives of Windsor battled wits with Falstaff that foolish ' ' mountain of flesh. " As the audience accustomed itself to the Old English vocabulary, it found itself more and more caught up in the pranks and twists in the marital mix-ups. Due to technical problems, there are no pictures of the performance, so these two pages . . . dedicated to the production . . . is a profile on the audience members. Students and faculty attended the drama, and most thoroughly enjoyed the production. Perhaps the directors. Dr. Read and Mr. Knowles, should stand and take a bow! Cast: F. Balding, B. Reed, D. Ferrier, J. Knowles, T. Hartman, T Howard, S. Reeves, J. Barto.J. Sichling, C.Jackson. J. Russ, M. Hurst. W. Greer, C. Robinson,). Voke, L. Loban.J. Gwaltney, D. Young. 100 Opposite Page Top Right: Barb Smith, are you always this lovely? Left: Julie Parker, an ' 81- ' 82 cheerleader, delights in posing for the photographer. Below: Right: John Birmingham contemplates on the graduation address. This Page Right: Announcing the entry of the royal court, Paul Sutherland is poised at attention. Below: Nancy Steinbach suns herself during M A S H Wednesday ' s leisure. Bottom Left: Miss Fontaine and Dean Costing tie for the Most Solemn award during the Graduation of the Class of ' 82. Bottom Right: Tommy Hamilton up to bat . . . ' ?rr TrrTrr? 101 Graduation Ceremony Goodbye, Seniors! Hello, Alumni! The afternoon of May 16, 1982 blazed with heat and tension as the graduating class of Milligan College lined upon the tennis courts in preparation for the final ceremo- ny as a class. Much effort, study, and personal growth had taken place to make that lineup, but, finally, these men and women had arrived. Perhaps the most thrilling thing about graduation ex- ercises is being handed one ' s very own diploma. Following the processional and several addresses, one hundred and twenty -five welcoming hands received that special paper. No longer seniors, for that particular victory had been won, they are alumni, prepared for a spectacular future. May God continue to bless their unique efforts! Right: Daphne Hill Tull relaxes following the formal ceremony. Below. The view from behind reveals a special uniformity . . . caps and gowns . . . each a senior . . . yet each an individual. 102 Top: Intent on the speaker ' s words, the seniors present a striking togetherness in their solemnity. Left: Dennis Freeman rids himself of an extra layer of clothing. Above: Senator Mark 0. Hatfield from Oregon presents a Senior Address. 103 Expeditions Various trips are made by Milligan students and faculty within the year ' s time. The Barf trip, taken in early September and led by Drs. Lura and Wallace, acquaints students with marine life, especially birds and mammals. Christmas break is travelling time, to o, as many students get involved in the missions-oriented Haiti trip. This trip keys in on the needs of the Haitain community and provides a broadening in American awareness. This year, Dr. Nelson encouraged the attendance of students on a tour of the Holy Land during the holidays. A convention of Christian youth congregate in February for Fellowship ' 82. A host of expeditions occur in the spring, with choir tours, class- sponsored trips, and various retreats. The DC trip involves a science -oriented tour of Washington, D.C. For summer vacationers, Milligan sponsors the Humanities tours to Europe and field biology trips are offered through the Science Department. California was the destination of the summer ' 82 study. Travelling public relations groups experience gruelling routines throughout their summer travels, but are rewarded for the labors in growth. Viewing these trips from an overall perspective, it seems that the Milligan community is an adventurous, on -the- go group of wayfarers. Most certainly, the opportunity for experience abroad presented here at the college is a phenomenal one, just waiting for the travellers to pick up their bags again. Right: Dr. Wallace and Bonnie Gardiner watch for low- flying blackcapped petrols. Below Right: Last minute preparations are finalized for Fellowship ' 82. Below: Tosh is suffering for a severe case of sea- sickness. Millagan trav abroad els 1 04 Top Left: Rachelle James and Charlie Hill befriend several Hatian children. Top Right: Will Bob Sutherland find his way to the Pentagon in D.C.? Below: Don Reeves is given a lesson in modern travel. «a 10} Academic Awards Convocation Students Honored during Convo I Students and faculty joined administration members in a very special convocation ceremony on May 6, 1982. The previous years had seen outstanding academic awards presented during a banquet, but this year the service was conducted during a one- hour, formal observance. Following prelude and processional, the following awards were presented to pleased students: Who ' s Who — Tom Brunsman Lisa Evans Jim Green Vickie Green Tim Hartman Donna Hazeltine Laura Beth Hill Richardson Melanie Means Victor Hull Jim Presnell Lane Thompson French Club Award — Diane Schooley Choir Award— John Meredith Biology Award — Dave Jones Vickie Heinen Buffalo Award — Barbara Simpson Candy Witcher Stampede Award — Tim Hartman German Award — Tom Banks Spanish Award— Brenda Garfield Chemistry Award— Tom Brunsman SGA Award— Jim Presnell Humanities Award— Tom Banks Greek Award— Marvin Elliott English Award — Victor Hill Math Award — Donna Hazeltine Political Science Award — Phil Bolus Wall Street Journal Award— Jim Green Student Teaching Awards — Tom Guy Donna Hazeltine Laura Beth Richardson Julie Bergen Carolyn Scarem Melanie Means Ivor Jones Outstanding Sr. Award— Jim Green After the announcement of scholarships and students attending graduate school in the fall of 1982, the benediction and recessional were offered. Many students are to be commended for their work; recognition of achievement is a thrilling experience, but even greater is recognizing the hours of effort and dedication which, poured out from eager minds, reaped reward. 106 Special feature Let ' s Face It iMfx 1 ft. 4 " -T Looking at the several hundred faces which express what Milligan really is can be a gratifying and humorous experience. One will see joy and puzzlement, pain and sheer boredom, spaciness and determined concentration as only a few of the assorted countenances. The Buffalo encourages you to observe those around you . . . and enjoy! Top left: Dean Ferrier is napping . . . the result of boredom or exhaustion? Above: Someone is certainly caught " off- guard, " and he resembles a certain Greg Small. Left: Picture-posing here are Amy Brunsman and Randy Warren. 107 " We ' ve got the team that can ' t be beat so come on everybody do the Buffalo Beat! " Certainly, Milligan ' s cheerleaders worked hard to inspire the crowds and promote school spirit. Their whole-hearted dedication and enthusiastic cheers inspired a winning attitude among the members of the basketball team. The squad bids farewell to their seniors: Brenda Marshall, Darla Morris, Julie Parker, and Rebecca Duncan. The rest of the squad included Lori DeVore, Marianne Wallenfelsz, and Patty Morrell. Right: Cheerleaders for this year were Lori DeVore. Darla Morris, Brenda Marshall, Rebecca Duncan, Julie Parker, Marianne Wallenfelsz, and Patty Morrell. Below: Senior cheerleaders Rebecca Duncan and Brenda Marshall — captain. Below Right: Darla Morris does the Buffalo Beat! 108 Cheerleaders Buff Fans Moved to the Buffalo Beat Left: Julie Parker. Below: One of the favorite stunts was the dunking of the basketball. Bottom: Buffalo fans are brought to their feet! 109 Cheerleaders Leading the Buffs, They Can ' t Lose! The cheering squad is a strong support in the framework of the sports set-up. Leading the crowds to the Buffalo Beat is only part of the squad ' s duty; lending inspiration and enthusiasm when the score is low constitutes another task. This year, the ladies performed beautifully. Their pride in the basketball team and their unyielding support left its mark on the records! Left: The squad tries a new type of pyramid. Below: Patty Morre l flashes a smile. Below Left: Marianne Wallenfelsz in space again. Helicon Staff Another Year, Another Publication is Born! Helicon originated as an underground student publication in the mid- 70 ' s and today retains that somewhat radical heritage. The annual literary publication Helicon and the spring Helicon concert allow for the creative talents of students and faculty to be recognized. The five member editing staff in 1982 consisted of Donna Kidner, Pete Moore, Bob Sutherland, Candy Witcher, and John Hall (consulting editor abroad.) Their goal was simply to encourage and support creative excellence. Hail Helicon!!! Below: Pete Moore, Bob Sutherland, Donna Kidner, and Candy Witcher grimace for the dreaded mug shot. eucon o.r. in Yearbook Staff Buffalo Celebrates 100th Year This year the Milligan Buffalo staff decided to take advantage of the school ' s 100 year anniversary. Such an event happens only once! The staff worked many long, hard, late hours to put this hook together. We realize it isn ' t perfect hut we feel it adequately summarizes this special year. We dedicated this hook to the Class of ' 82 in hopes for their supreme happiness. The editors went co this year and Candy Witcher, who supervised the copy, along with Barbara Simpson, who was in charge of the layouts managed to pull it together in the final week. I Above: Editor Barb Simpson shows Theresa Gee and Brett Carter how to do layouts. 112 Left; Members of the Buffalo staff included: Editors Candy Witcher and Barb Simpson, Artie Price, Jim Dodd, Steve Reeves, Bill Greer, Allen Dean, Kim Poteet, Diana Young, Cindy Cornwell, Marc Troeger, Meredeth Gattis, Jana Van Drimmelen, and Sbara Harbaugh. Below Left: Candy Witcher thinks Yearbook is fun! 1981-82 Buffalo Staff Editors: Candy Witcher t Barbara Simpson Photographers: Marc Troeger — color sections Steve Reeves Cindy Cornwell Bill Greer Artie Price Rene Elkins Jana Van Drimmelen Typists: Pam Caldemeyer Sherry DeTraz Seniors: Diana Young Student Life: Merideth Gattis Diana Young Organizations: Shara Harbaugh D( rms: Theresa Gee Faculty: Kim Poteet Music- Allen Dean Sports: Barbara Simpson Underclassmen: Lois Elaman 113 Stampede Newspaper provides Info and Pizzazz The Stampede Club is a loosely organized group of students which produce the school newspaper. The club members participate in a number of ways: writing, typing, proofreading, doing layout work, taking photographs, or cartooning — in other words, all facets of newspaper production. Experience, campus involvement, fame, creativity, enjoyment, or peer pressure are some of the reasons students become members of the Stampede Club. Actually, writers, photographers, and cartoonists are primarily volunteer labor- ers. However, they receive some financial compensation which is gained through advertising funds. As the club has no regular meetings, members work on their own seeking out campus news, conducting interviews, and writing stories. Officers for this year were: Stacy Means serving as Business Manager, Sherry Day as Advertising Manager, Victor Hull as Editor, and Mrs. Anna May Crowder as the advisor for the club. Opposite page: Slacye Means explains some business proceedings to Victor Hull, the Stampede editor. Left: Staff members are, front row, Re- nee Epps, Wendy Ward, Kathy Lynn Wilkin, Lisa Evans, Laura Beth Richardson, Jana Van Drimmelin, Barbara Simpson, Slacye Means, and Victor Hull (reclining). Back row: Slim Whitman, Jr., Scott Hundley, Steve Curtiss, Ty Johnson, Tim Hart- man, Greg Moffatt. 115 Organizations Service Seekers 1 The Service Seekers are an informal organization of students who visit the Applachtan Christian Village weekly presenting a devotional service and visiting residents of the village. The purpose of the Service Seekers is to serve Christ by serving others. Pictured are: Angis Ohl- hauser, Anita Uebele. Kathy Rea, Ross Brodfuehrer, Debbie Leedom, Ken Means, Dennis Freeman, Kathy Suchan, Nancy Dunn, and Vic Vogt. SUB Flushed in ' 82 The S.U.B. was a not-for-profit organization funded by the sale of activity stickers. The S.U.B. provided monthly campus- wide films which contributed greatly to the life of the MC student. The eight members of the Student Union Board planned and produced the 1982 M A S H Wednesday. It was the most successful Wonderful Wednes- day in the history of the board. 1982 waves good-bye to the board, however, for new funding provides for a social life committee in SGA which will take over the SUB ' s responsibilities. Members of I he S.U.B. are: Cheryl Pierson, Slarlene DeBord, Dave Boyer, Dave Jones, Sue Miller, Kathy Rea, Ross Brodfuehrer, and Tim Snydei 116 Student Government SGA Makes Numerous Advances Bottom: Members of SGA lst—T. Mellencamp. J. Voke, S. Ron, L. Thompson, C. Hill, B. Garfield, S. Detray, J. Green 2nd—T. Snyder, D. Boyer, D. Kidner, G. Alexander, K. Suchan, L. Arnold, B. Sutherland, C. Witcher, A. Dean, S. Mills ird—M. Tattle, J. Russ, R. Brodfeuhrer, T. Johnson, S. Hundley, D. Jones. Left: Officers of SGA p DEDICATION! " ' reside at the A A S H Wednesday SGA meeting. That ' s The Milligan College Student Government Association has worked hard over the years to help coordinate student activities, to participate in the determination of college procedures, and to improve academic standards. This year was no exception as is evidenced by their major accomplishments: 1 — Prompted the Board of Trustees to increase Academic Scholarships and conducted course evaluations 2 — Responsible for the Board of Trustee ' s decision to allow square dances on campus 3 — Helped to revitalize the intramural program and established a volun- teer student tutoring program 4 — Redesigned the student handbook 5 — Established guidelines for the rental of Milligan ' s married students ' apartments 6 — Instrumental in the Board ' s decision to budget $25,000+ for Student Government, Social Affairs, Convocation, the Student Handbook, and con- certs and lectures. 117 Organizations Deaf Ministries Blossom at Milligan College The sign language students at Milligan have channeled their interests in many different forms. Most have taken the non- credit sign language classes offered throughout the year. Many took a trip to the Cincinnati Deaf Institute to attend a weekend of workshops in sign language and Deaf ministry. Some of the students interpret at or have visited a Deaf Ministry in Elizabethon, Tn. The group also took an active part in the Hearing Impaired Awareness Week for Upper East Tn. developing a presentation using signed songs and skits. As a result of the presentation the group has grown into a campus organization called " Eph-phatha " meaning " Be Opened. " (Mark 7:34)- Eph-phatha ' s interest and impact has been growing as the group opens its hands and hearts to share with others because of Jesus Christ. Members of the group are: C. Cornwell, S. Reeves, E. Deemer (student coordinator), A. Uebele, B. Gardiner, P. Kolskt, P. Everette, M. Vaughn, A. Black, B. Tucker,!. Auri- gema and others. Not pictured: Mrs. B. Oakes, faculty supervisor. AK Delta Kappa is a service organization designed to serve the community. This year the club sponsored the bloodmohile, an egg hunt for the faculty j children, and a walk-a-thon for St. Jude ' s Children ' s Hospital. Officers are: M.B. Seay, President; L. Thompson, V-President; D. Bane, Treasurer; S. Mills, Secretary; and N. Dunn, Historian. There ' s too Much Business to Tend to. . Phi Beta Lambda is a national business organization designed to involve students in many areas of the business field. It sponsors trips, special speakers, and tours. Business, Education, and Secretarial Science majors constitute the majority of this group. Left: The officers Doug Rhoades, Barry Ratliff Phil Bolus, stand at attention. Circle K is a national and international service club affiliated with the Kiwanis Club. The main ideal of the club is to serve the surrounding commu ■ nities. The Circle K officers are: D. Pugh, President; J. Gentry, V. President; L. Stimpson, Secretary; J. Toon, Treasurer. 119 Organizations Pictured are: Mr. Preston, Stephen Bus, Doug Davis, Amy Bucher, Mrs. Oakes, Wendy Ward, Janet Waterbury, Taffey Davis, and Cindy Cornwell. The Library Buffs seek to promote interest in the library and to assist in meeting needs that the library may have. This year the club sponsored a Founder ' s Daughter candidate, held a Christmas party, sold Current Stationery, and hosted a book sale. The fun - draising was done to purchase clocks for the library. Political Science In response to the growing number of Track V Human Relations majors preparing for law school, the Political Science Organi- zation was born this year. Hosting such no- table speakers as Tennessee State Senator Bob Burleson and Johnson City Juvenile Court Judge Shirley Underwood, the club served to enhance students understanding of govern- ment and law. Top: Dean OOsting, Vickie Green, and Jim Green: Bottom: Deb Huntley, Meredith Gattis, and Nora Dor- ton. Library Buffs 120 Organizations Science Club Visits D.C. The purpose of the Science Club is to pro- mote interest in the sciences and introduce areas of science not covered in the classroom. Monthly programs presented this year in- cluded topics such as genetics, astronomy, computer, and the slides from the Arizona trip. Projects were monitoring the Science Building during study hours and a trip to Washington, D.C. Back: Dr. Nix, Tom Brunsman, Dr. Leach, Dave Jones, and Mike Tuttle. Middle: Proff Sisk, Mrs. Huang, Vickie Heinen, Kathy Suchan, and Sue Miller, front: Shara Harbaugh, Chris Robinson, Phil King, Suzie Ross, Candy Witcher, and Bob Sutherland. Fine Arts Club The Fine Arts Club premiered on campus this year under the direction of Mrs. Crowder. Classic films included " The Tam- ing of the Shrew " , " Citizen Kane " , " Romeo and Juliet " , and " El Cid " . Fine Arts mem- bers also attended an art auction in Knox- ville and held Halloween and Christmas parties. The club is planning to do even more for the Arts at Milligan in the coming years. Seated at Left are: Elaine Harrison, Treva Draper, Amy Black, Randy Warren (president), Julie Gwalt- ney, Lois Loban, Teresa Gee; Standing are Felicia Walther, Ann lies, Pat Bunton, Kevin Johnson, Alan Miller, Regina Black, Diane Scholey, Anna Mae Crowder, and Jennifer Kelley. 121 Organizations MENC Distributes Holiday Baskets Music Educators National Conference is an organization for music majors and minors. This organization is active in area music educator workshops. These workshops provide new teaching ideas and methods for students and teachers in the area. Pictured are: Cindy Leimbach, Holly Ross, Robin Zimmerman, Amy Hall, Robin Miller, Laura Thompson, John Meredith, Renee Wooters, Alyssa Swiney, Beth Bostwick, and Ed Hall. SCEC SCEC is an organization for prospective teachers. The members meet to discuss current events in the educational field. Yearly dues cover insurance for student teachers and supply members with newsletters and magazines. 122 Organizations Association of Christian Ministries Meets Needs The Association of Christian Ministries is designed for Bible majors and minors. ACM has two basic purposes: ( l) To supplement the mem- ber ' s experiences in the classroom with outside, practical experiences of professional individuals in particular fields of ministry and, (2) To provide a point of interaction between the members expressing a desire to serve the Lord in specific ministries. Those members pictures above are: K. Means, K. Suchan, C. Robinson, L. Harvey, B. Weekley, P. Tarr, A. Dean, T. Gephart, J. Presnell, S. Brooks, W. Sims, V. Vogt, C. Cornwell,]. Birmingham, G. Wiman, M. Poindexter, M. Tuttle, D. Alexander, M. Corey, G. Moffatt. Editor ' s Note: We regret that the members of the newly formed Psychology Club are not pic- tured as an organization in this yearbook. 123 Choral Department Concert and Show Choirs headed by New Director Concert Choir, under the direction of Mr. Doug Gross, has maintained its musical excellence and public- relations role. This year ' s Spring tour was " up North " to Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, and Iowa. This midwest tour proved a new experience for the Southerners in the ensemble. Though Concert Choir stresses quality sound, their performance is dedicated to singing in praise to the Lord, not for themselves. Each concert is preceded by a prayer circle. In addition to the Spring tour, the group has sung in area churches, at the Scottish-Rite Temple in Kingsport, at President Leggett ' s Inauguration Ceremony, for Founder ' s Daughter Weekend, Christmas Vespers, the Senior Banquet and Commencement (Graduation). Their musical program ranges from " heavy " church music to spirituals to selections from " The Music Man. " Humor has been a vital aspect of this year ' s Concert Choir. Pictured above, the members are: Ist—D. Gross (director), S. Pless, L. Walker, 5. Smith, B. Garfield, R. Wooters 2nd—E. Hall, M. Winkler, L. Sapp, K. Grundlock, B. Bostwick 3rd — D. King, D. Knisely, M. Brown, A. Uebele, J. Burgen, R. Miller. J. Moody, A. Swiney 4th— D. Opper, N. Dunn,]. Meredity (president), H. Ross, V. Vogt, D. Stoughton, T. Burnette, A. Black, C. Sanders. Not pictured — L. Thompson and C. Leimbach Right: Greg Noble and Robin Miller cast a farewell glance at the cameraman. 124 Jubilation Corporation, a new ensemble styled ala Broadway and Six-Flags, has brought another dimension to Milligan. Under the direction of Mr. Doug Gross, this " on- the - Road " group of twenty vocalists with instrumental backup and sound-system amplification, performs a variety of music including blues, ballads, country, " 50 ' s " , pop, contemporary Christian, and musicals. Series, Left . . . The three stooges? Musketeers? Directors ' .!? ' . Above: The Concert Choir maintains her style. Below is Show Choir ' s finale stance. Tenors: B. Brown, T. Burnette, E. Hall, B. Sapp: Bass: A. Dean, G. DeGreene, M. Osborne, C. Riley, R. Zimmerman; Sopra- no: T. Brinkley, L. Evans, C. Jackson, L. Mack, J. Voke, F. Walther; Alto: C. Eshel- man, E. Harrison, L. Loban,J. Voke, D. Warrington, K. Wilson; Instruments: T. Culberson, K. Stahl, J. Cummings, B. Bushnell, S. Reeves, M. Vaughn, E. Evans, D. King. 123 Choral Department Women ' s Ensemble Blends Unique Numbers Above: Several chorale menders catch a laugh during " Viva La Cookery Maid " , the chefs song. The Women ' s Ensemble is a choice blend of young ladies who love to praise by singing. Dr. Runner directs the assembly in the Monday- thru Thursday rehearsals and the girls appre- ciate his dedication and excellent instruction. The group toured this year to the Nashville- Jackson, Tn. areas during early spring. Grow- ing to know one another ' s life styles and habits on the trip proved as rewarding as the efforts in learning the music and performing it. Some of the favorite numbers were " Love One An- other " and " Lolly Toodum " . Pictured at Right: lst—B. Williams, A. Hall, S. Ross, S. Morford, J. Kelly, J. Cummings, N. Dorton, S. DeBord, K. Wilkinson, M. Worcester 2nd—L. Miller, S. Shipman Ponder, L. Ela- man, G. Lowe, J. Gentry, C. Pitts, R. Elkins, T. Culberson, P. Hensley, G. Lane, Dr. Runner (director) ird—R. Westoff, R. Black, M. Wade, M. Cle- ments, C. Pierson, D. Smith (pianist), D. Scholey, J. Toon, M. Smith. Not pictured: C. Witcher, S. Pickens, and P. Everette (president). i t A m A i u i t. if n ft H r 126 Milligan Men Seek Growth Milligan Men have completed its 4th year under the direction of Denny Callahan. Though the music may fade and the songs may be forgotten, the changed lives remain. As a performing ensemble, the Milligan Men hope to affect the lives of individuals in the audience. Musical excellence is sought, but as a by-product of men who sing from their hearts to the heart of the audience. Lives of the men within the group are affected. Opportunity to develop musi- cally has always been emphasized in the group. Some who have entered the group unable to " match pitch " have been able to confidently blend in — or even present their own repetoire. Spiritual growth is sought — each rehearsal begins with a time for sharing concerns and needs, followed by prayer. For many in the group, a reconsideration of the gospels challenge, reinforced by seeing it in lives of others in the group, has resulted in a personal relationship with their Lord. The group has provided for social expansion, as one member of the group related, " The guys have learned alot about loving each other. There are many different backgrounds and personalities. " Patience and the willingness to work for each step of musical excellence are the attributes by which Milligan Men have established themselves. Pictured above the 1981-82 Milligan Men are; 1st — A. Miller, J. Aurigema, S. Reeves, E. Deemer, D. George, D, Callahan (director) 2nd — B. Shurr, C. Whitesell, M. Osborne, R. Zimmerman 5rd—R. Seals (president), M. Litten, J. Russ, M. Luke, K.Johnson, C. Robinson 4th— M. Harris, D. Oliver, B. Brown, J. Buck, G. Noble. Not Pictured: R. Warren, D. Sheffy. 127 Sports in the early 1900 ' s WBK m •■■■ ' ■ ' ■ Wm Sports HI l«fKM£ ,.Jsrejs8tt)5S MSESSSs - — ■• 1 Spetlal tlllirli) Dr. Harold Stout, coach of the Buffalo Baseball team since 1939, has announced his resignation as of the end of the 1982 semester. During the past 23 years, Stout has built the baseball program at Milligan into an admirable one. As athletic director Stout has developed 10 teams for intercollegiate competition. In the time that he has been the coach of the team, they have participated in the Conference Championship 13 times, the District Championship 1 1 times, and the Area Championship once. His 1972 team won the league title and the 1980 team captured the District 24 NAIA Championship. His overall record is 467-256. Stout received a B.S. from East Tennessee State University, an M.S. from University of Tennessee, and an Ed. D. also from ETSU. Baseball under Coach Stout is more than just a game, it is an experience in living. Coach Harold Stout has given a large part of his life to baseball at Milligan College, and the many valuable lessons learned will not soon be forgotten by those he reached out and touched. 130 Baseball During Coach ' s Final Year Left: Tommy Hamilton up to bat. Below Left: Coach Stout holds a quick conference. Below Right: Managers Carl and " Buggs " goof in ' off. 1982 Baseball Schedule Feb. 28 East Tennessee State March 14- 20 Spring Trip — Sanford March 21 Appy State March 24 Emory and Henry March 23 Cumberland March 28 Tusculum March 30 East Tennessee State April 3 Lincoln April 4 East Tennessee State April 7 Appy State April 10 Tusculum April 12 Tennessee Wesleyan ; April 16 Emory and Henry April 20 Cumberland April 23 Carson - Newman April 21 Carson - Newman April 28 East Tennessee State April 30 Tennessee Wesleyan May 1 Lincoln 131 Baseball Dave Oler pilcbin ' and grinnin ' . Buffs ' Spirit Never Drops The 1982 Baseball team had a tough year but always seemed to keep their fans coming back for more action. Many key players didn ' t return this year to play, and there was no scholarship or expense money provided by the school. These obstacles were overcome, however, by the tightly knit spirit of the team. Along with all of the trials and " errors " the players enjoyed the stiff competition and learned how to win, how to lose, and how to keep their sanity when everything went wrong. Attitude was the key to the season and everyone learned valuable lessons, from the coach to the very last player. The Baseball Buffs are living proof of what it takes to keep the Milligan fans on their feet. Front: Tom Phillips, Steve Gensurowsky, Michael Hawkins, Tom Hamilton, Darryl Darcus, Mickey Clifton, David Oler, Curtis Booker; Back: Gary Walker, Assistant Coach Bell Wagner, Brian Delp, Jeff Aldridge, Scolty Davis, John Hutchins, Jeff Merryman, Dave Hamlin, Joe Brickey, Billy Long, David McKee. 132 133 Softball Lady Buffs £ Measure Up With only two players returning from last year the Lady Buffs Softball team had a tough start but managed to develop into a strong con- tender by the end of the season. Becky Currier, thirdbase and team captain, along with Kim Cassetty, right center and pitcher, returned from last year to lead the team. This year ' s schedule was a stiff one including some larger Universitites and Colleges against whom the Lady Buffs measured well. The starting line-up included Pam Kettle - son, 1st base; Sherri Whattenburgher, 2nd base; Becky Currier, 3rd base; Darlyn " Shell " Gor- don, right -center; Kim Sansom, left-field; He- len " Sauce " Tuqua, left-center and pitcher; De- lores Stanberry, shortstop; Teresa " T " Piper, right-field and pitcher; Joy Miller, left field and pitcher; Kim Cassetty, right -center and pitcher; Lynda Miller, pitcher. Becky led the team in singles while " Shell " and " Sauce " held the highest batting averages at 455 and 458 respectively. The team batting average was 318. Above: " Sauce " lets one fly. Below: Coach gives Becky some pre-game pointers. 114 ■ KSSSBii ' ' ■■3SHI3533S.r . ' Mmmm r: t . " 5ISiBn5f(!S ' iet : ' siiaiis: n " s • ' ,?!; ' ■■»■- 1i 3 =n ' 885 »Mi£3S«B»$5»SS S»SSi9SHSM s ® • «•- CI »OT £W£; Coach — Dr. Bonner, Helen " Sauce " Vu- qua, Joy Miller, Kim Sansom, Gayle Tabor, Darlyn " Shell " Gordon, Teresa " T " Piper, Pam Kettleson, Kim Cassetty, Betsy Bushnellstats; Front: Lynda Miller, Delores Stanberry, Bonnie Gardiner, Connie Gardiner, Regina Carrier, Sherri Wattenburgher, Becky Currier. Women s Softball Schedule 1982 March 9 Appy State March 25 Wittenberg, Appy State March 26 Hiwassee March 21 North Georgia March 29 Tusculum March 2, 3 Appy State Tourney April 6 Lincoln April 8 Hiwassee April 10 Milligan Round Robin April 12 Clinch Valley April 15 Maryville April 16 Lincoln April 11 Emory and Henry April 19 Clinch Valley April 23, 24 TCWSF Tournament April 26 Maryville April 21 Tusculum May 1 Warren Wilson Dr. Bonner warms up the team. 135 Men ' s Basketball Last Minutes Tell the Tale This year could be entitled " the year of excitement " for the Buffalo Basketball team, as 25 of the 31 games were decided by 10 points or less, and most of those were decided in the last minute of play. Although the final mark of 15-16 didn ' t measure up to many of the seasons of the past, it seemed the Buffs could always rise to the occasion for the important VSAC and VAIA District 24 games. Milligan finished in second place in the VSAC with a 7-3 record and defeated every other conference team at least once. We finished in third place in the District with a 12- 7 mark. Coach Phil Worrell was selected VSAC Coach of the year for the fourth time in his 13 years as the Buffs ' coach. Juniors Mike Brown and Jeff Sanders were selected to the all- VSAC team. Co- captains for the year were seniors Craig Fair and Marion Steele. A sincere thank you goes to the players who shot with pride and accuracy . . . to the fans who showed up for both home and away games, applauding and yelling support . . . to the statisticians and cheerleaders for their dedication . . . and of course to the coaches — who led. % — l Above: Victor on the layup. Left: Greg is determined to win. 136 ; i ' mm HBT Back: Rob Aubrey — manager, Lee Morrow — assistant coach, Tim Brokaw — manager, Todd Bender, Eric Bartholomew, Greg Edmundson, Mike Brown, Marion Steele, Jeff Sanders, Chris Crawford, Mike Dunn, Chris Wilson, Randy Kirk— assistant coach, Vince Lowry— assistant coach, Rob Gardner — assistant coach, Phil Worrell— head coach; Front: Todd Cluxton, Mark Gotchall, Pete Malmquist, Rick Aubrey, Victor Hunter, Wil- liam Trammell, Craig Fair, John Dyer, Kevin Ward, Rod Andrews, Steve Belcher. Left: Marion banks it home for two. 137 Men ' s Basketball Schedule 1981-82 Buffs Opponents Lee 82 80 Clinch Valley 62 18 Tip Off Tournament Bryan 79 61 Tennessee Wesleyan 75 77 Pikesville 75 96 Thanksgiving Tournament Francis Marion 70 66 King 64 77 UNC-Ashevi le 71 82 King 80 62 Tusculum 79 64 Bryan 76 65 Tennessee Wesleyan Tournament Tennessee Wesleyan 79 64 Lee 89 94 Eastern 88 81 King 68 73 Lincoln 76 84 Clinch Valley 84 77 Tennessee Wesleyan 76 71 UNC-Asheville 76 88 Radford 60 61 Bryan 76 Carson -Newman 81 80 Radford 6} 67 Lincoln 74 13 Lee 87 88 Tennessee Wesleyan 93 84 Carson ■ Newman 80 86 Tusculum 89 76 VSAC Tournament King 65 62 Carson - Newman 78 89 NAIA District 24- -King 52 67 Mike shows his all conference f orm. 138 Women ' s Basketball Lady Buffs Gain National Ranking The Lady Buffs ' Basketball team was made up of 12 to. ladies who had little hi common but came together to form a phenomenal winning team. They knew they had a lot of talent but didn ' t expect such unbelievable results. The team was ranked 10th in the nation, 2nd in team field goal percentage, and 2nd in winning margin. Their final record was 22-1. They attribute the success to hard work, dedication, and " sprints. " Individuals who received special recognition were key players throughout the season. Darlyn " Shell " Gordon and Jennifer Tay- lor were All-Eastern division VSAC selections. Jennifer also claimed 1st team all VSAC, All-District 24 honors, and honor- able mention All- American. Vicki Gardner was ranked 2nd in the nation in field goal percentage, Randy Kirk received coach of the year awards for VSAC and District 24- The Lady Buffs ' worked well as a team, and, even when under huge amount of stress, they pulled together and came up with a victory. They have but one regret — that more Milligan students didn ' t attend more games than they did. Hey fans — why not support Milligan ' s tough women ' s team — THEY WIN! Back: Coach Randy Kirk, Missy Smith, Vicki Gardner, Darlyn " Shell " Gordon, Helen " Sauce " Fuqua, Jennifer Taylor; front: Delores Stanberry, Renee Williams, Leah Magestro, Sharetta " C.C. " Houston, Tina Lester, Bonnie Gardiner. 139 Women ' s Basketball Women ' s Basketball Schedult 1981- 82 Buffs Opponents Lee 81 54 Warren Wilson 84 49 King 06 48 Tennessee Temple 12 33 UNC-Asheville — 62 Covenant 69 36 Clinch Valley 92 54 Univ. of the South 61 41 Tusculum 82 6 7 Johnson Bible 88 52 Bryan 102 51 Maryville 61 54 King Forfeit Lincoln Memorial 11 51 Tennessee Wesleyan 14 67 UNC-Asheville 58 51 Warren Wilson 11 46 Bryan 86 50 Carson -Newman 61 66 Tusculum 15 67 Lincoln Memorial 13 64 Lee 81 64 Maryville 84 66 Tennessee Wesleyan 62 10 Carson - Newman 54 10 Above: Leah brings the ball down court. Below: Vickt reaches for the tip. A Team to be Feared 140 Left: Jennifer increases the Lady Buff lead. Above: " C.C. " skies for the layup. Below: Tina surveys the Carson-Newman defense. 141 Tennis Men ' s Tennis Lacks Depth The 1982 team has been through a " trial by fire. " Their increased strength above last season was somewhat neutral- ized by the loss of two members from the top six — Andy Roberts and Scott Shaw, both freshmen. Sophomores Tracy Moore and Mark Tuttle were the only returning players from last season — Tracy playing the 1 position and Mark 3. Harry Gill, the only senior, aggresively held the 6 posi- tion after a year ' s absence from the team. Freshmen Bill Struncis, Rich Aubrey, and Chris Riley showed much promise as they played the early season matches at positions 2, 4, and 5, respectively. The idiosyncrasy of each player on and off the courts has enhanced the esprit de corps as well as the rapport with the coach. Women ' s Tennis Survives Hectic Year The 1982 Women ' s Tennis team had a hectic season, consisting of 22 matches and one weekend tournament in a seven week period. Only three players returned from last year, creating a weakness in the lineup. The top three players " switched off " for the number one position: this rotation of- fered challenge at the top and somewhat of a break at the second and third posi- tions, equalizing the opportunities to ex- cel. Each girl played with a willing heart and ready racket, and the members shared the wins and losses with growing fondness for each other. Team unity played a strong role. Rumors of the impending cancellation of the ' 83 tennis team, due to lack of funds, however, dampened the hopes for such a unity next year, and this was a minus. The season took its toll both mentally and physically, but gave rewards such as greater endurance and sharpened skills. The Second Annual Team Song, with " proper " modifications We are the Tennis Girls: We wear our hair in curls: We wear our tennis shirts. We ' re keen and cute and pert! We all wear hole-y shoes — We play to never lose. ' And when it comes to guys, We simply roll our eyes. 142 Coach Duafd Walker, Rich Aubrey, Scott Shaw, Tracy Moore, Mark Tuttle, Chris Riley, Bill Struncis, Harry Gill. Left: " Netters get cocky! " Middle left: Shara shows her form on the serve. Middle Right: Harry returns the volley. Back: Renee Epps, Coach John Sichting, Carta Eshelman, Corri Casatta, Front: Nancy Steinbach, Lori DeVore, Shara Harbaugh, Kay Carmichael; Not Pictured: June Byrd. Women ' Tennis Schedule 1981-82 March 24 Brevard March 26 Wesleyan March 21 Carson -Newman March 30 Emory and Henry March 31 Va. hitermont April 6 Lincoln April 7 Lees-McRae April 10 Maryville April 12 Carson -Newman April 13 Brevard April 15 Clinch Valley April 19 Maryville April 10 King April 23 Wesleyan April 24 Lincoln April 21 Va. Intermont April 29 Lees-McRae April 30- May 2 AlAW Div. Ill May 3 Clinch Valley May 4 Emory and Henry May 6 King Men ' s Tennis Schedule 1981-82 March 24 Mars Hill March 23 Carson -Newman March 21 Tusculum March 29 Maryville March 30 King April 3 Tusculum April 14 Mars Hill April !■) Emory and Henry April 11 Tennessee Weselyan April 19 Lincoln April 21 Carson -Newman April 23 King April 24 Maryville April 26 Lincoln April 28 Emory and Henry May 1 Tennessee Weselyan May 4-6 VSAC Tournament 143 Track and Field Track Team Under New Coach The 1982 track season has been a year of transition for Milligan ' s team. They practiced daily under the direction of Coach Terry Shy — a newcomer to the campus. Not only did the team have a new coach but also many new members — Rick Gray and Tim Walter were the only two returning lettermen. Despite such changes, there were many bright spots in the ' 82 season. The emergence of a strong women ' s track team was one of them. Throughout the season both the men ' s and women ' s teams placed well in several outings, some of which were attended by many larger colleges and universities. There were also many outstanding indi- vidual performances during the season. All in all, it has been a year for learning and much was accom- plished under the direction of Coach Shy. Coach Shy and Cindy discuss the day ' s events. Mark and Dave stretch to pull ahead. Stan clears the bar with ease. Left: William 6 ' 4 " for 2nd place at Gardner- Webb. elou 1 : Val pr actices her form on the shot put. iMMnHMMgHMMIMM Front: Tim DeVault, Bryan Coburn, Cheryl Pierson, Sheretta (C.C.) Houston, Brenda Eshelman, Stan Smith, Steve Bornemann; middle: Janet Waterbury, Cindy Weadjeri Fisher, Kathi Schackelford, Val Harvey, Tracy Fisher; back: Coach Shy, Joe Nanney, William Trammel, Mark Yeaton, Rick Gray, Tim Walter, Doug Davis, Dave Johnston, Jon Woodring, Dave Rehana. 145 Cross Country Only Two Return The coming of fall signals not only the beginning of another school year but also the start of the Cross Country season. This year ' s coach Lee Morrow depended upon a variety of experienced and inexperi- enced runners. This year ' s team included only two returning runners and this along with the fact that many invitationals were run, held back the overall record. Junior Rick Gray was the team captain and last year ' s MVP. Gray had a very successful season, ending with a 3rd place finish in the district finals. Gray was paced this year by the 2 runner Mark Yeaton, a newcomer to the squad. Chris Mussard was the only other returning runner. Other new runners included senior Doug Yeaton, junior Jeff Ingram, sophomore Carl Coleman, and freshmen Steve Borneman and Dave Rehanna. Above: Rick, Dave, and Carl— determined to win. Right: Coach Lee Morrow, Carl Coleman, Jeff Ingram, Doug Yeaton, Rick Gray, Mark Yeaton, Steve Bomemann, Dave Rehana. Harriers Go " Cross Countrying. ' fS A ► £i A A gu A i . , , ,5, :fi ?£ M f.0Sl.S 146 Weightlifting Weightlifters support Haiti Trip Weight Club Members Brian Ballard Danny Bachelor Tim Beatty Tom Brunsman Tom Caraway Greg Cooper Ben Cott Rick Cross Gary DeGreen Dave Evans Dean Farrier Harry Gill Tim Hartman Dave Johnston Dave Kiser Trev Lyons Greg Poteet Jim Presnell Bill Struncis Paul Tickle Marc Troeger William Wingate The Weightlifting Club was a group of 22 guys who used their energy and talents for a good cause, not sitnply to serve themselves. On March 20th they sponsored a " Lip Off " . Each member of the club participated in the fund raiser and over $200.00 was received by the club. The money went to support a student who went to Haiti, to paint the weight room, and to purchase some new equipment. 147 Women ' s Volleyball Bump it — set it — spike it! Karol bumps it. Women ' s Volleyball Schedule 1981-82 Sept. 15 King Sept. 18 Montreat Anderson Sept. 19 ETSU Sept. 21 Lees McRae Sept. 22 Carson -Newman Sept. 25-26 Maryville Tournament Sept. 28 UNC-Asheville Oct. 2-3 Concord Tournament Oct. 6 Lees McRae Oct. 14 Tusculum Oct. 16 Va. Intermont Oct. 20 Car son -Newman Oct. 26 Tusculum Oct. 30-31 Milligan Tournament Nov. 2 King Nov. 5 Va. Intermont Nov. 6 Emory and Henry Nov. 9 Bryan Nov. 13-14 TCWSF Tournmanel Sony sets it. Becky goes in for the spike! .,- Back: Sherry Lancaster; Susanne Greer, assistant coach; Sally Mason; Betsy Bushnell; Becky Meriam; Helen " Sauce " Fuqua; Kim Cassetty; Front: Teresa Piper; Sondra " Sony " Wise; Karol May; Connie Gardiner, Cindy Jackson, Pam Kettleson. The 1981-82 volleyball season proved to have its ups and downs. The beginning of the season held many questions especially concerning whether the team would have a coach or not. The team was extremely fortunate to have Dr. Bonner to help out. She very graciously spared her time for the team and managed to pull them together for the first match against King College. With the devastating loss of seven players, including both starting setters, the team had to adjust accordingly. The Lady Buffs were again fortunate to fall back on the depth of the past year ' s bench and call on the talented Karol May to set. She, along with first year setters Cindy Jackson, Connie Gar- diner and Sony Wise all pooled their efforts to provide the spikers with suitable sets. Becky Merriam, Kim Cassetty, and Sally Mason led the Lady Buffs in the general upperclassman spiking attack although the first year starters were just as indispensible. Those included Helen " Sauce " Fuqua, Betsy Bushenell, Pam Ketteleson, and Teresa Piper. Becky Merriam was the only senior on the team and served as captain. She and Sally Mason held a 90% acurate spiking record, while Sauce held 99% accuracy in serving. Several Milligan Volleyball members were awarded with the honor of being chosen for the TCWSF all-state Tourna- ment team. They were Becky Merriam, Teresa Piper, Helen Fuqua, Karol May, and Sally Mason. Congrats, ladies! Left: Pam smashes the serve! 149 Swimming Water Buffs " Take Off " Paul Sutherland on the start for the Medley Relay. Margaret Winkler takes a first in the Breast Stroke. Swimming Schedule 1981-82 Opponent Sept. 26 Stroke- A -Thon Results Oct. 24 Science Hill won Sullivan Central won Elizabethton won Nov. 7 Emory and Henry won Nov. 20 Brevard won Jan. 23 Greensboro (men only) lost Jan. 27 Emory and Henry won Western Carolina Univ. lost Feb. 10 Greensboro won Feb. 20 Brevard won Western Carolina Univ. lost H t no - :. ' ■-::: . ■-- « sfe ««t«rfii :3i«B s k 77v Milligan Water Buffs had a great season with an overall record of 9-2. Only 11 meets were held this season due to three cancelations. The Water Buffs also suffered the annual pool malfunctions and were out of the water for quite a while at the beginning of the second semester. The Stroke- A-Thon was held on September 26 and was a success in that it provided for the funds of the team for the entire season. The team ' s toughest opponent was Western Carolina University who defeated the Water Buffs twice. All other opponents were defeated by the Buffs combined teams. The practices were led by captains Paul Sutherland, and Rachelle James. A suggested workout was posted and the members structured their own individual workouts. The captains along with Dr. Coach " Chucky " Gee adjusted the meet events so as to secure the most possible points. The team also excelled on an individual basis. The men ' s team had a tough time breaking records this year, thanks to Alike Gee, last year ' s super- star. Ken Means managed to capture the record in the 50 and 100 meter butterfly. Rachelle James holds the record in the 50 and 100 meter back stroke as well as the 200 medley relay. Lori Quebe, who was only present during the first semester, had just enough time to secure the record in the 200 and 400 meter freestyle. Barbara Simpson held records in the 200 and 100 Individ- ual Medley, the 50 and 100 meter butterfly, and the 200 medley relay. Val Watson was also a member of the winning relay and held records in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle. Margaret Winkler led the Buffs in the 50 and 100 meter breaststroke. All in all the team had a great season and developed a friendly rapport with their opponents. Much thanks goes to Coach and Pam for all their hard work and dedication. Chris Riley swims the 400 meter free against Western Carolina. Back: Ted Pierce, Victor Hull, Chris Riley, Jim Burgen, Paul Sutherland, Darius Lescene, Mike Brown, Ken Means, Ric Cross, Tim Beatty; front: Val Harvey, Barbara Simpson, Anne Stilwell, Daine Young, Rachelle James, Judy Isaacs, Margaret Winkler, Robin Carter. 1U Soccer Frustrating Season for Soccer The Milligan College Soccer Buffs closed a losing season in the fall of the 1981 year after defeating many obstacles. Finishing the season with no wins, the players held tight and remained a strong team throughout the season. The Buffs overcame a great loss of players due to ineligability and injury. Like many other teams this year, the Soccer Buffs had to survive the troubles of a lack of sufficient funds. All appreciation goes to Coach Juan Chin who spent so much time, showed so much patience, and refused to give up on the team. Mike and Greg on the defense. Capl. Greg Moffatt aims for the goal. 152 Mike Cory Mark Ely Steve Leach — co- captain Greg Moffatt — captain David Oliver Greg Poteet Johnathan Woodring Ken Grundlock Harold Ross Mike Vaughn Milligan Soccer Schedule 1981-82 Sept. 12 Montreal Anderson Sept. 16 Johnson Bible Sept. 19 Brevard Sept. 21 Tusculum Sept. 26 Covenant Sept. 29 E.T.S.U. Oct. 1 Maryville Oct. 5 Tennessee Wesleyan Oct. 11 Bryan Oct. 20 Maryville Oct. 22 King Oct. 24 Johnson Bible Oct. 27 Montreat Anderson Woody and Greg do the hustle. 15} Intramurals Intramurals Exciting for All The Intramural program at Milligan is designed to meet the needs of the student in an active physical program. The program is organized by an intramural council and the students on this committee make up all the rules and the decisions concerning these rules. The council is made up of intrawork study students, team captains, three S.G.A. representatives, and other members of the student body. The council is open to suggestions and the meetings are also open to any students wishing to attend. The main activities include both coed and non-coed programs in flag football, basketball, volleyball, and Softball. There are also individual and doubles sports tournaments held at various times throughout the year. These include such activities as racquetball, tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. Tag football 1U Farewell Tribute Phil Worrell Leaves Milligan Editor ' s note: This dedication to Coach Worrell owes much factual data to the article in Jun e 1982 edition of the Mill-Agenda. Special thanks to Mr. Mark Richardson, associate editor, for permission to edit and reprint.. In late spring of 1982, Phil Worrell, appointed to succeed Dr. Harold Stout as Athletic Director, announced his resignation as head coach of Milligan ' s basketball program. He has served the college for thirteen years of excellent coaching, and he leaves to accept a position with ETSU as one of the top assistants to basketball coach Barry Dowd. Mixed feelings accompany the decision, of course, but Worrell sees this opportunity as a crossroads in his career of coaching. Worrell himself graduated from Milligan in 1959 after involvement in the basketball, baseball and track programs here. He received his M.S. from Indiana State University in 1965. Until 1969, he held the post of a high school basketball coach in Ohio, and then he found himself back in Tennessee, the head coach of his college alma mater ' s basketball program. Within two years the Buffaloes established a name in the conference, and for the next eight years the wins averaged 21 per season. This year Worrell was named Volunteer State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year for the fourth time in his short coaching career. His record stands at 230 victories and 150 losses during the 13 years at Milligan. Milligan appreciates Coach Worrell ' s faithful service to the athletic program, and each of us recognize him as an excellent coach. We offer special thanks to him for his dedication and bid him farewell as he prepares for this move to East Tennessee State University. 135 5693 JBPJS ■ i ■ - ra Advertisements JACKLYN ' S - iiju SHOP " Brighten Vp A gay 8 3014 Bristol Highway Johnson City, Tennessee Located in the Creekside Shopping Center PERKINS ' CAKE STEAK America ' s Eavorite Family Restaurants A full menu of delicious meat, fish and chicken platters; tasty S7z i sandwiches, plus a variety of V ' ZSIhS? j gourmet pancake and waffle plates. " For Information Call " Open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. 2608 N. 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The Chamber of Commerce on behalf of all Johnson City I Washington 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 " 825 WEST WALNUT STREET JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE 37601 926-8611 RAMSEY ' S VARIETY 1D7-111 MAIN STREET - P.O. BOX 1 MOUNTAIN CITY, TENNESSEE 37683 615-727-9277 Beyeuy Farms HOMEMADE ICE CREAM SANDWICH SHOP 160 From the Students, Faculty, Staff and Administration o) EMMANUEL SCHOOL of RELIGION Ccnsratul aliens e s CLASS DF 1982 Q fragcr ItUiiiiL for i (SoMg Wiaoom j2 GOD, let the firmament of 1 ClH Ry heaven be shattered. Let the C5% foundations of the earth burst. We cling to Thee, rock of salvation, for we have dedicated ourselves to Thee, and we believe in Thy word. May our conduct be righteous and kind. May our speech be humble and gracious. May our m thoughts be clear and clean. May we, above all, gain Christian wisdom. To the everlasting cross be glory, forever and — ever. Amen. r - Degrees Offered: Master of Divinity ,. , Master of Arts in Religion Accredited by: The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada " From An Elder ' s Public Prayers By Toyozo W. Nakarai Distinguished Professor of Old Testament nx EMMANUEL SCHOOL OF RELIGION Route 6, Box 500 Johnson City, TN 37601 61 5 926-1 186 161 Senior Directory Seniors Spell Out 4 Years CYNTHIA KAYE ALBER— " Cindy " — 123 S. 8th St. Las Vegas, NV 89214 Health and P.E. DWAYNE EDWIN ALEXANDER— " DWAYNE " — Route 7, 4 Green Acres Johnson City, TN 37601 Health and P.E. SHARON JEAN ALEXANDER- " Red " — 349 S. Gilbert LaGrange, IL 60525 Buffalo Ramblers 1; SCEC 2, 3, 4; SNEA 4; Special Education, Psychology Elemen- tary Education MICHAEL L. ALREAD- " Michael " — 735 W. Harp Rd. Fayetteville, GA 30214 History SANDRA KAE ALLEN— " Sandy " — 411 N. Florida Ave. Tarpon Springs, FLA 33589 Elementary Education Bible DOUGLAS LYNN ANDERSON- " Doug " — P.O. Box 328 Milligan College, TN 37682 Track Team 2; Missions Club 2, 3; Swim Club 2; SGA Representative 3- Business Ad- ministration, Economics, Psychology JEAN MARIE ANDERSON— " Jean " - Rt. 14, Box 378 Charlotte, NC 28208 Human Relations B " Given " — Box 95, Apt. 26 Milligan College, TN 37682 DEBBIE BAINES— " Debbie " — 2780 NE Hickory Ridge Ave. Jensen Beach, FLA 33457 Christian Service Club 1, 2; Service Seekers 1, 2; Circle K 3- Sociology Track 3 Psycholo- gy BRIAN WILSON BALLARD- " Brian " 11319 67 Ave., N. Seminole, FLA 33542 Human Relations MARIANNE BARNHART- " Hosetta " — 924 Boulevard Salem, VA 24153 ACC Choir 1, 2; ACC Cheerleader I, 2; 10,000 Mile Club 3, Treas. 3. English Greek ARLENE GARDNER BELCHER— " Arlene " — 3208 Buckingham Rd. Johnson City, TN 37601 Human Relations JOHN THOMAS BIRMINGHAM II— " John " - 1975 Hampton Hill Memphis, TN 38134 Transfer 4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4; Religious Affairs 4; Assoc. Christian Ministries 4; RA 3 Humanities Bible DAVID ERIC BODEN— " Dave " - 1098 Fordham Rd. Columbis, OH 43224 Business WALTER LEWIS BRADLEY- " Walter " — 323 W. 8th Ave Johnson City, TN 37601 Human Relations GWENDOLYN MAYS BABEL- JOE A. BRICKEY, JR.- ' Joe ' Rt. 1 Box 15C Dungannon, VA 24245 Business Administration JANET C. BRISTOW— ' Jan " — 109 Lyn field Rd. Bristol, TN 37620 Madrigal Recorder Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Academic Committee 3, 4; SNEA 4; Yearbook Staff 2; RA 4- Humanities, Ele- mentary Education THOMAS L. BRUNSMAN— " Barney, Tom " — Rt 3 Geneva, OH 44041 Science Club 2, 3, 4; SGA Representative 1, 2; Weightlifting Club 4, Sec. 4; Hampton Christian Club 1; Who ' s Who 4; Track 1, 2; 10,000 Mile Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Theatre 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; National Register 4; National Dean ' s List 4; Chemis- try Award 4- Chemistry Biology AMY S. BUCHER— " Amy " — Box 704 Astoria, IL 61501 Library Buffs 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Hardin Hall Sec. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 1, 3- Business Administration History JULIE ANN BURGEN— " Julie " — 904 E. Clinton St. Frankfort, IN 46041 Brass Quintet 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; SNEA 4- History Psychology BARBARA I. BUSHNELL- " Barb " — 12715 Carter Rd. Painesville, OH 44077 Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Delta Kappa 3- Youth Leadership Physical Education MELAN1E ANN BUTTRAY— " Melanie " — 2252 Lakeview Drive Melbourne, FLA 32935 Business Administration, Human Rela- tions 162 LORI ANN CAIN— " Lori ' 69 Hillary Dr. Rochester, NY 14624 SENIORS . . . seniors . . . seniors . . (sen yers) . . . seniors . . . Seniors . I SRS . . . seniors . . . SENIORS!!! seniors . . seniors GABRIELE KATHLEEN TAYLOR CAMPBELL— " —Rt. 7, Box 532 Elizabeth ton, TN 37643 Human Relations DAVID A . CARPENTER— " David " — 119 Sherwood Dr. Hillsboro, OH 45133 Bible DOUGLAS KING CARRIER— " Doug " — Route 5, Box 147 Bristol, TN 37620 Take My Hands Puppet Ministry 3. Ele- mentary Education, Youth Leadership NANCY OWEN CUMMINS— " Nancy " — Box 123 Energy, IL 62933 Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2; Sutton Dorm Repre- sentative in SGA 3; Wife Mother 4- Hu- man Relations (Youth Leadership), Ele- mentary Education, Early Childhood Education KIMBERLY SUE CURRAN— " Kim, Kimbli " — 15 Berkshire Dr. Washington, MO 63090 Softball 1. Human Relations (Social Agen- cies), Business Administration STHEPHEN B. CURTISS- " Steve " - 3030 Rockwood Trail St. Charles, MO 63301 Dorm Council 2, 4; Social Affairs 4; Science Club 1, 2, 4; Stampede Writer 1, 2, 4; 10,000 Mile Club 3, Treas. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Sea Monkey Club 4; Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 4. Accounting Computer Science D TAFFNEY RAE DAVIS- Daffie " - P.O. Box 503 Johnson City, TN 37601 - " Taffie, Buffalo Ramblers 2; Library Buffs 3, 4, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Swim Club 4; Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4. Business Adminis- tration, Secretarial Science ALLEN MICHAEL DEAN- " Allen " - 2166 Priscilla NW Massillon, OH 44646 Milligan Men 1, 2; Concert Choir 3; Show Choir 4; SGA Representative 4; Class Histo- rian 3; Concert Band 1, 2; Sign Language Club 4; Jazz Band 3; Circle K 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Bible English SARA DEBORD— ' Sarai " — 715 East Myrtle Ave. Johnson City, TN 37601 Swim Club 1; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3; Wom- en ' s Ensemble 1. Secretarial Science BRIAN DOUGLAS DELP— " Brian " — RR 1, Box 123 -B Liston, In 46149 Health and P.E. JOSEPH WILLIAM DOYLE— " Joey, Bug, Peahead " — Rt. 1, Box 139 Atkins, VA 24311 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, MVP 4, Highest Batting Ave. 4, Most RBIs 4, Most Triples 4, Most Hits 4; Dean ' s List 4. Health and P.E. Business REBECCA CHRISTINE DUNCAN— " Rebecca " — 608 Jackson Pi. Kingsport, TN 37660 Cheerleader 3, 4- Business Administration Human Relations WILLIAM PLEASANTS DUNN— " Bill " - 12305 Valleyview Dr. Nokesville, VA 22123 Weight lifting 4; MVP Football 3; Basket- ball; Softball 2. Business Administration Psychology MARVIN LEE ELLIOTT— " Marvin " — 1405 Burgie Street Elizabethton, TN 37643 Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, Student Conductor 3; Chamber Singers 2, 3; Jazz Ensemble I; MENC 1, 2. Bible MARK ELY— " Mark " — 2273 Bethel- New Richmond Bethel, OH 45106 Health and P.E. LISA EVANS— " Lisa N.M.I. Evans " — 2606 Wood Hill Lane East Point, GA 30344 Women ' s Chorale 1; Handicapped Swim- ming Instructor 1; Theatre Costumes 1; Musical 2; Concert Choir 2, 3; Class Exec. Council 2, 3; Freshman Team Leader 2, 3, 4; SGA Rep. 2, 3; Social Affairs 2, 3, Chair- man 3; Cheerleading sponsor 2, 3; Intramu- ral Basketball 2; " Day Star " 2, 3; Swim Club 4; Show Choir 4; Stampede Feature Writer 4; Psych. Lab Asst. 4; Psychology Club 4, Pres. 4; Self- Study Committee 3, 4; ACC Concert Choir 3; ACC Dean ' s List 3- Psychology, Sociology PHYLLIS J. EVERETTE— " Phyllis " — 705 Appomattox Rd. Davidsonville, MD 21035 Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Circle K 3; Sign Language Club 3, 4; Choral Union 4. Sociology, Elementary Education STEPHEN CRAIG FAIR- " Craig " — Rt. 4 Elizabethton, TN 37643 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4- Business Ad- ministration ALBERT 0. FLOYD, JR.— " Albert " — 163 sagacious . . . seniors . . . searching . . . smooth sprightly . . . staunch . . . scintillating . . . smiling sublime . . . sharp . . . 405 Schuyler Rd. Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Business Administration! Bible LISA LYNNE RHOADES FRANCE— " Lisa " — 2 28 E. 10th Ave. Johnson City, TN 37601 Phi Beta Lambda 4. Accounting Psychol- ogy DENNIS L. FREEMAN— " Dennis " — In c o Orville Freeman 4673 N. Ruess Rd. Rt. 3 Owasso, MI 48867 Circle K 4; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3. 4: Service Seekers 4. Business Administration Secre- tarial Science, Psychology ARLENE BELCHER GARDNER- " Arlene " — 3208 Buckingham Rd. Johnson City, TN 37601 Human Relations TERESA GAIL GEE— " Teresa " — 1070 Belhaven Dr. Russell, KY 41169 Stampede Advertising Mgr. 1; Buffalo 1, 2, 3, 4, Advertising Mgr. 1; Class Historian 1, 2, 3; Service Seekers 1; Christian Service Club 1; Dorm Council Sec. (Sutton) 3; SNEA 4; Psychology Club 4; Fine Arts Club 4- Eng- lish, Psychology CHERYL ANN GILBERT— " Cheryl " — 4205 Whitehall Circle SW Roanoke, VA 24018 DAVID M. GILES- " Wild Giles " — Rt. 8 Box 285 Jonesboro, TN 37659 Soccer 1, 2, 3- Human Relations Track 2 Bible HARRY R. GILL III— " Harry " — 720 Helen Ave. Charleston, WV 25302 Weightlifting Club 4: Tennis team 1, 2, 4 Biology Chemistry TOMMY L. GILLIS— " Tommy " — Route 2 Limestone, TN 37681 French Club 1, 3, Treas. 3; Haiti expedition 3; Foreign Studies at U. of Madrid (summer of 79); Mission Club 3- World Studies French JAMES EARL GREEN— " Jim " — 12401 Stretton La. Bowie, MD 20715 SGA 2, 3, Pres. 4; Class officer 1, 2, 3, Vice- Pres. 1, Pres. 2, 3; Phi Beta Lambda 3; Self- Study Library Committee 3, 4; Political Sci- ence Club 4- Human Relations Track 5 Accounting, History VICKIE SUE HILL GREEN— " Vickie " — 3813 So. Jefferson Ave. Norwood, OH 45212 SGA Academic Affairs Committee Chair- man 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Self- Study Steering Committee 3, 4; Women ' s En - semble 1; Drama Club 1; Political Science Club 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3 Forward- Wit h -Faith Committee 4; Hardin Hall Dorm Council, RA 3- Accounting, Business Govt. Leadership Business Economics TAMMY LYNNE GRINDSTAFF- " Tammy " — 510 Parkway Boulevard Elizabethton, TN 37643 Secretarial Science TOM GUY— " Tom " — 2400 Newell Circle Minerva, OH 44657 Education, History H MARY MALINDA HALL— " Malinda " — Route 13, Box 561 Gray, TN 37615 Secretarial Science ROBERT JACKSON HALL— " Bob " — Rt. 19 Box 120 Johnson City, TN 37601 ROTC 2, 3; Pardee RA 3, 4. History, Soci- ology SUSAN LYNN HAMILTON— " Susan " — 527 Altamont Dr. Kingsport, TN 37663 Sutton Dorm Council 4; Sutton Vice- Pres. 3, Pres. 4; SGA Dorm Rep. 4; Student Hand- book Committee 4, Chairman 4. Human Relations Track l Biology THOMAS DEAN HAMILTON— " Tommy, Bone " — 6404 Gateway Blvd. District Heights, MD 20747 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4- Business Administration JAYNE KATHERINE HARDY— " Jayne " — 1423 Abingdon Rd. Abingdon, MD 21009 Human Relations CATHY M. HARRIS— " Cathy " — 13519 Capitol Dr. South Tampa, FLA 33612 Science Club 2, 3, 4. Biology Chemistry CHERI HARRIS- " Cheri " — 1406 Williamsburg Dr. Champaign, 1L 61820 Human Relations TIMOTHY JAMES HARTMAN- " Tim, Fred " — Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Stampede Cartoonist 3, 4: Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 4; Madrigal Jester 4: Who ' s Who 4: 10,000 Mile Club 3; Sec. 3; Dean ' s List 1; Stampede Award 4; Milligan singing group 3. Bible Art LAURIE HARVEY— " Laurie, Harv " — 8949 Co. Rd. 215 Kenton, OH 43326 Take My Hands Puppet Ministry 3, 4; Ser- vice Seekers 4- Bible, Elementary Education BRENDA hLiWKINS— ' Brenda " — RR 1 Box 98 164 Dix, IL 62830 (Lincoln Christian College): Jr. Class Sec. 3; Who ' s Who 3, 4; Gloria Choir 2; Band 1. Elementary Education Bible DONNA SUE HAZELTINE- " Donna " — 5453 Charles Rd. Rockford, IL 61108 Science Club 3, 4; SNEA 4; Phi Beta Lamb- da 3; Executive Council Sec. 2; Take My Hands Puppet Ministry 1, 2; Recorder En- semble (Madrigals) 4- Mathematics Bus i- VICTORIA RAE HEINEN— " Vickie " — 2712 Catalina Dr. Anderson, IN 46012 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Swim Club 2, 3; Self- Study Committee 3, 4- Biology Chemistry VICTOR DAVID HULL- " Victor " — 1360 Ridgecrest Clinton, Iowa 52732 SGA Representative 1, 2; Academic Affairs Committee 2; Sr. Class Vice- Pres. 4; Reli- gious Affairs Committee 2; Swim Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Milligan Men 1, 2; Stampede Writer 1, 2, Editor 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; 10,000 Mile Club 3- English Bible JOHN SCOTT HUNDLEY— " Stack, Scrogg " — 2072 South 550 West Columbus, IN 47201 Class President I; SGA Representative 4; Social Affairs Chairman 4; Concert Choir 1, 2; Pardee Dorm Council 4; Stampede Writer 3, 4; Spiritual Affairs 2; Strolling Minstrel (Madrigals) 2, 3, 4; Sea Monkey Club 4; Intramural Volleyball 4; Day Star " 2; " Leave- it -to- Beaver " Club 4- Business Administration, Economics Social Agen- J DAVID ALTON JONES— " Dave, Blue Hornet " — 6208 Apex Dr. Louisville, KY 40219 Class President 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; SGA Academic Affairs Chairman 2; Student Union Board 1, 2, 3, 4- Biology Chemistry 1 1 si g superlative . . . spunky . . . seniors . . . scholarly scheming . . . select . . . sharing . . . supportive . significant . . . silly . . . K Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Theatre 1,2,3, 4; SGA 1,2,3, 4; Student Union Board 2, 3, 4; Show Choir 4: Founder ' s Daughter Runner- Up 4; Who ' s Who 4; Dean of Student ' s Assistant 4; Social Affairs Chrmn. 3- Elementary, Special Education, Psychology DAVID M. KEISER— " Dave, Zoomer " — 4614 Indian Ridge Sylvania, OH 43560 Soccer 4; Weightlifting Club 4- Business Bible JULIE ANN KNITTEL— " Noodle " — 4634 New Garden Ave. Portsmouth, OH 45662 Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2. Accounting Mathematics CYNTHIA ANNE LEIMBACH- " Cindi, Cyd " — 7824 21st Ave. So. Tampa, FLA 33619 Delta Kappa 1; Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2, Vice- Pres. 2; Con- cert Choir 3, 4, Sec. 4; MENC 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4; Chamber Singers 3, 4- Music Per- formance Psychology GRANT LOUM— " Grant " - Box 1113 Johnson City, TN 37601 Bible TREV LYONS— " Trev " — Rt. 2, Box 132 Lake Butler, FLA 32054 Health and P. E. Psychology M LEAH MAGESTRO— " Leah " — 8216 Nichols St. SE Sharon, PA 16146 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 5; Volleyball 1, 2. Phys ical Education MELANIE MEANS— " Melanie " - 107 Royal Evansville, IN 47715 STACYE MEANS— " Stacye " — 5703 W. Wilkhis St. Indianapolis, IN 46241 Stampede Staff Member 4; RA (Hart) 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4. Accounting Mathematics JAMES ALAN MEDING— ' Jim " - 1706 Ohio St. Michigan City, In 46360 Human Relations JOHN J. MEREDITH— " John " - Rt. 1 Bluff City, TN 37618 Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Asst. Con- ductor 3, 4; Chamber Singers 2, 3, 4; MENC 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; NJ Society 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; 10,000 Mile Club 3. Music Bible, Education BECKY MERRIAM- " Q " — 920 Feldkamp Springfield, IL 62704 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Athletic Committee Chairman 4; Intramural Coun- cil 4- Health and P. E. Youth Leadership JEFFREY RAY MERRYMAN— " Jeff " — Mill Race Village, Apt. 6-D Elizabethton, TN 37643 Business Administration DAVID JAMES MILLER— " Dave " — 415 E. Brayton Mt. Morris, IL 61054 SGA representative 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3; 10,000 Mile Club 3; Hampton Christian Club 1, 2. Chemistry Biology SUSAN MARIE MILLER— " Sue " — 513 Mistletoe 165 sensitive . . . studious . . . sexy . . . seniors . . . shining . . . special . . . spacy . . . soaring . . . sensational Bethel, OH 45106 Basketball 1; Softball 2, 3; Vice-Pres. of Hardin Hall 4. Physical Education Biol- ogy Youngs town, OH 44511 French Club 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; SGA Representative 3, 4; SNEA 4; Self- Study Committee 4; RA 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union Board 2, 3, 4; Sweetheart Candidate 2; Class Sweetheart 3; Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4- Elementary Edu- cation! Language Arts JEFF F. MOODY— " Bob " — 2454 Lisa Lane Melbourne, FLA 32935 Concert Choir 3, 4; Chamber Singers 3, 4; Summer enlistment groups 4- Bible j Music BECKY LOU MOORHOUSE— " Becky " — 1225 Ridgeway Rd. Johnson City, TN 37601 Mathematics LORI LYNN MORRELL— ' Lori " — 146 West Locust Canton, IL 61520 Alpha Lambda Delta 1, 2, Vice-Pres 2; Cheerleader 2; Science Club 4; Theta Sigma 2; Academic Standards Committee 2; Aca- demic Award at Spring Honor ' s Convoca- tion. English I ' Psychology JAMES W. MORGAN— " James " — Mathematics DARLA KAY MORRIS— " Darla " — RR 1 Box 163 Morgantown, IN 46160 SCEC 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2; Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3; Hart Dorm Council 4; RA 4; Buffalo— School Mascot 4- Special Education, Elementary Education, Psy- chology NEIL S. MORROW— " Neil " — 1643 S. Seneca Alliance, OH 44601 Health and P.E. Accounting DAVID WAYNE OLER 1701 Scenic Dr. Johnson City, TN 37601 Business Administration CHRIS ALLEN MUSSARD- RD 1, Box 424 Martins Ferry, OH 43935 - " Chris " — JULIE A. PARKER- " Julie " — 2704 Catalina Dr. Anderson, IN 46012 Cheerleader 2; Phi Beta Lambda 2. Secre- tarial Science RUTH ANN PERRY— " Ruth " — 2035 Cascade Dr. Jackson, MICH 49203 SGA Representative 3; Science Club 3, 4, Treas 3; Swim Club 2, 3, 4- Business Ad- ministration and Economics Chemistry SHELYNE APRIL SHIP MAN PONDER— " Shelley " — Rt. 8 Box 456 Johnson City, TN 37601 Women ' s Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band; MENC: Madrigals Strolling Minstrel- Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4- Voice Music Education Piano JAMES WALLACE PRESNELL — " Jim " - 402 Daytona Ave. Elizabethton, TN 37643 Baseball 1, 2, 4; Religious Affairs Chair- man 4; Convocation Committee 3; Athletic Affairs 3; " Most Dependable " and " Best All Around " Senior Titles; Senior Class Sweetheart (Male); ' 81- ' 82 SGA Leader- ship Award; Who ' s Who 4; Self -Study Committee 4; RA (Webb) 4. Bible SHERRY GWYN LANCASTER PRINGLE- " Sherry " — 2906 Sugartree Rd. BARRY SCOTT RATLIFF— " Barry " — Rt. 4 Box 114 Grundy, VA 24614 Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Webb Hall Dorm Council 4- Business Adminis- tration and Economics, Psychology (Hu- man Relations, Track l) RON REVIS— " Grandpa " — 841 Ridge Ave. Cling, FLA 27069 Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; Service Seekers 1; Milli- gan Men 1, 2; Sammy ' s Apex Club 2, 3; Milligan Maintenance 5, 6, 7. Physical Education Sociology MELODY M. RHODES— " Pretty " — 8730 N. Hyaleah Rd. Tampa, FLA 33617 Sociology Bible PAMELA JAYNE RHODES— " Sweet and Innocent " — 10485 Lisbon Road Canfield, OH 44406 Dorm Council (Sutton) 3, Treas. 3; Intra- mural Volleyball 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; ICU 4. Secretarial Science Business Ad- ministration, Health LAURA BETH RICHARDSON— " L.B. " — SCEC 2, 3; SNEA 4; Who ' s Who 4; Founder ' s Daughter 4; Register of Out- standing College Graduates 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Elementary Student Teaching Award 4- Elementary, Special Education Psychology LINDA GRAYBEAL ROBINSON— " Linda " — Route 7 Johnson City, TN 37601 Cheerleader; Chairman of Academic Com- mittee. Elementary Education Psychology BECKY ROSS— " Bunny " — 703 Webster St. Catlin, IL 61817 166 Women ' s Ensemble; Summer travelling group member. Special, elementary education! Psychology TAMMY ALANE BOYD ROSS— " Tammy " — PO Box 212 Milligan College, TN 37682 Accounting SUSAN D. ROSSEN- " Sue " — 4630 Grand Ave. Western Springs, IL 60558 Class Secretary 3, 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4, Sec. 4. Business Administration Human Relations JAYE LEANN RUPERT— " Jaye " - 376 Messina Drive Manchester, MO 63011 English EDWARD KEITH SALYER— " Eddie, E " — P.O. Box 710 Eklhorn City, KY 41522 Concert Choir 1; Milligan Men 2. Busi- ness Psychology SANDRA ELIZABETH SAYLOR— " Sandy " - Rt. 2 Jonesboro, TN 37659 Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3; Science Club 3; Pounder ' s Daughter Candidate 4- Ac- counting RANDAL KIP SEALS— " Randy " — 114 West Staat St. Fortville, Indiana 46040 Milligna Men 2, 3, 4; Milligan Men Exec. Council 3, 4; Webb Hall Dorm Council 3, 4; Take My Hands Puppet Ministry 1; Year- book Photographer 2, 3- Business Adminis- tration Psychology MARY BETHANY SEAY— " MB " — 118 West 1st St. Big Stone Gap, VA 24219 Delta Kappa 3, 4, Pres 4- Elementary Edu- cation, Psychology strategic seniors . showy . . Li . " superb " . . . scrutinous . . . seemly , scatterbrained . . . sunny . . . sensible TINA SHATTO- 445 Patterson " Tina " - Columbis, IN 47201 Secretarial Science WILLARD DOUGLAS SIMS- " Willie " — 7953 Benjamin Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46226 Drama 1, 2; Assoc. Christian Ministries I, 2, 3, 4. Missions DAVID WAYNE SNYDER— " David -J " — Minnick Ave. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Missions 1; Assoc. Christian Ministries 2, 3, Treas. 3; RA (Webb) 4. Missions ' WILLIAM H. SOWDER— " Bubby, Bill " — Rt. 4 Box 349 Rocky Mount, VA 24151 Business Administration Computer Science CONNIE STEVENS— " Conrad, Cone " — 3409 Kemptoum Church Rd. Monrovia, MD 21770 Stampede 1, 2; SGA Secretary 1, 2. Business Administration, Human Relations KEN SUMMA Y— " Rocky " — I 8916 Lippincott Rd Louisville, KY 40222 Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3; Dorm Council ( Webb) 2, 3, 4. Business Computer Science PAUL SUTHERLAND— " Paul " — Rt. 6 Box 500 Johnson City, TN 37601 Jazz Ensemble 1, 2; Brass Ensemble 1, 2; Brass Quintet 1, 2; Webb Hall Dorm Council 2, 3; Swim Team 3, 4, Captain 4; SGA Representative 4- Business Administration Psychology MARION HENRY STEELE, JR.— " Marion " — 3021 Sanland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37914 Business Administration GABRIELE KATHLEEN CAMPBELL TA YLOR— " Kathy " — 800 Jordan Rd. Elizabethton, TN 37643 Elementary Education Science STEVEN B. THOMAS, JR.— " Beave " — 5169 Rock Ct. St. Geneva, IN 40069 Milligan Men 1, 2; SCEC 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4- Business Psychol- ogy NANCY LANE THOMPSON— " Lane " — 1305 Bridwell St. Kingsport, TN 37664 Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4; Social Affairs Chairman 4; SGA Representative 4; Student Teaching Award 4; Class Vice- Pres. 3; Who ' s Who 4; RA (Hart) 3, 4; National Register of Outstanding Grads 4; Senior Class Sweetheart 4; Pounder ' s Daughter Runner- Up 4- Psychology, Ele- mentary Education PAUL REED TICKLE— " Tick " — 1810 Hillsboro Ave. Johnson City, TN 37601 RA ( Webb) 3, 4, 5; Organizational Aid Committee 4; Science Club 4, 5; Weightlift- ing Club 5, Treas 5; Phi Beta Lambda 3; Milligan Baseball 1, 2, 3; 10,000 Mile Club 3. Business, Chemistry BRIAN W. TUCKER- " Tucker " - 729 E. Fifth St. Berwick, PA 18603 " Missions Club 3; Circle K 3, 4; Board Mem- ber 4; Science Club 4; Academic Affairs Committee 4- Biology Chemistry DAPHNE HILL TULL— " Daph, Bink " — 98 S. Traymore Ave. lvyland, PA 18974 Concert Band 1; Jazz Band 1; Sutton Dorm Council 2, 3, 4; Sutton President 3, 4; SGA 167 sizzling . . . sanctified . . . salient . . . spicy splurging . . . sophisticated . . . sincere . . . sensational . . . SENIORS!!! 3, 4: Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4; Hu- manities Tour 3- Human Relations Secre- tarial Science RICHARD M. TULL,JR.— " Rick " — Phi Beta Lambda 2; Circle K 3, 4, Board Member 3, Pres. 4; Publications Board 3; Humanities Tour 2. Accounting! Human Relations Track 3- W MARY DARLENE WADE— " Mary Darlene " - 1138 NW 59th Seattle, WA 98107 Business Administration DAVID WATTS— " David " — 228 St. Ann Dr. Lexington, KY 40502 Physical Education CYNTHIA JEAN WEAD— " Cindy " — 4 Northridge Circle Johnson City, TN 37601 Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 3; Publicity Mgr.for class 3; Women ' s Track 4. Business Administration, Economics Hu- man Relations (Social Agencies) CYNTHIA ANN WEIDNER— " Cindy " — 3114 Hillgate Rd. Columbus, OH 43207 Int. Volleyball 2, 3: Jr Sr Committee 3; SCEC 4: Academic Affairs Committee 4; RA (Hardin) 4: Tutor 4- Elementary, Spe- cial Education Psychology CATHY LYNN WILKIN— " Cathy " — Box 297 Fisher, IL 61843 Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Daystar 2. Business Administration Secretarial Science GEORGE ANDREW W1MAN— " George " — Box 97 Milligan College, TN 37682 Madhatters ' Club 2, 3- Bible, Loafing Psychology, Lunch GLADYS ELIZABETH WINE— " Happy, Glad " — Rt. 11 Box 611 Gray, TN 37615 Science Club 1, Founder ' s Daughter Candi- date 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4. Business Ad- ministration Psychology Track 3 TIMOTHY CURTIS WOLTER- " Tim " — Box 476 Hanover, WI 53542 Concert Choir 1; Track Field 2, 3, 4, MIP 3; Summer gospel team 2; Dorm Council (Webb) 3; Philosophy Club 1. Philosophy Bible. English DOUGLAS M. YEATON— ' Yeager " — 10702 S. 700 W. Columbus, IN 47201 Humanities Tour 4; Varsity Cross Country 4: Milligan Men 2; Phi Beta Lambda 4; Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; 10,000 Mile Club 3. Business Administration, Psycholo- gy ROBIN ERNEST ZIMMERMAN— " Izzy, Zimbo " — Box 752 Milligan College, TN 37682 Milligan Men 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 1, 2, 3; Show Choir 4; Milligan Theatre; MENC 4; SNEA 4; President ' s Council 3; Dorm Council (Pardee) 4. Music 16b Direct our many paths, o Lord, in the way you would have us go . . . 169 Milligan Celebrates 100 Years As A College Editor ' s Note: The following article is an excerpt from an address delivered by Dr. Henry Webb (Chairman, Area of Biblical Learning) at the founder ' s Day Ceremony during Alumni Weekend on November 14- Buffalo Male and Female Institute was opened in 1867 by W.T. Barker. It would serve young people of the Valley by providing basic education for more than two decades until public education became reliably established in the area. In the same year a young man who had served in the Illinois armies of the Union entered Abingdon Col;ege, a fore-runner of Eureka College. Four years later, in 1873, he graduated, married, and undertook to find a place where he could invest his life in service to mankind in Christ ' s name. In August of 1875 he came to Johnson City, made arrangements to operate Buffalo Institute, and opened school the next month. The single building was situated on a one- acre tract owned by Joshua Williams. Mr. Milligan ' s First President and his wife— Mr. Mrs. Josephtis Hopwood Hopwood purchased a small house and one acre adjacent to the school property, thus doubling the campus. Additions to the property came bit by bit and with difficulty. Mr. Hopwood initiated a policy of seeking out promising students. An early circular stated that the Institute sought to " educate the student for real life " and endeavored to elevate the students character. Lodging and meals could be obtained for $1.50 to $1.75 per week. Hopwood gained the reputation of a good school man. The Institute grew. Meanwhile, public attention was centering on the need for schools and Hopwood saw clearly the opportunity to supplement Buffalo Institute with higher level education. Plans were made to establish a college. In the summer of 1880, 150,000 handmade bricks were burned on the school grounds. In April of 1881 the cornerstone was laid for the college building and the announcement made that the college would be named for Robert Milligan, President of Kentucky University. Milligan was a mathematician, theologian, and, according to Hopwood, " the purest and best man I have known. " A century ago in September the first students were admitted and 100 years ago in May the first degrees were granted to ten aualified students. Today, with 100 years of history behind us, Milligan College faces a challenging future. That is nothing new here. Milligan has always demonstrated courage and commitment in confronting its future. To the men and women of the past century, whose vision, and sacrifices, and labor are embodied in this campus and breathed into our tradition, we say: We commit ourselves to the perpetuation of the heritage you have bequeathed to us. During the past 100 years the programs and the products of this community of Christian scholarship have given real meaning to the slogan: Christian Education — The Hope of the World. We enter our second century as a college proud of our heritage and determined to project it into the future. no Through the years From past to present Marshall Leggett—1949 o


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