Trinity Christian College - Allelu Yearbook (Palos Heights, IL)

 - Class of 1983

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We come to believe in horizons beyond Where the glory of flight awaits us. 1 ' 'wt ,WJ ' f"gfgQ',f54i5-fr1f'f, 1 .ii if , 44,55 :wa W ' ' H,-y., ,, w , IJ- v , . ,-,r .,,,, , ,,,.,,,, . - .t , ' Y M ' " " "-HW-rw'z: ,, ,I ,i r VL ',"i'1f'r'Gfsf-VW'-' 1' "W, r "FT, , ' KU" Vi 'V ':r'J"" fl' mg, JL -egg, i3M,,, ,V- ,VL fi-W 'au hw' Y' .,2.,v-,A -.',:f,3-sq,'- ' ' A, .if V. 'IGN n' , ,tn ,fir wt l 5511 15 , ., 7 r , , , HA ' Jil' l ' 'yt'f97':fl'- V- L Jxlvfn ,, g ' ,V ' ll' wC 'h':Q'1 iff-F an if i , .Slain-a , ,is:1fm ,L e . , F i if . fr-'G'-A 564 1 . 'f f' bis. ' ,- Y , fri: -if , ' igffgl' J, '13 ,gg ' MW ""' it L Mane-f':'5.w.inf, Wa2 H. ' Q , 4 w f ' , rwrrffssqs ff.-',w,'wt ,g:.,fgf,gjey, N J, gpg , rim 1 'miata .Lrg , ,,s.,s'1-3' ggi ' if. , With Joy on our wings We find meaning beyond space and time, risk X ' if . Beyond bone and featuresg sy fl if , i,,Ah Our vision is opened to x' 1 . New sights, new thoughts, new questions I N 11 I. , e If if JU , Vgfy fl is I , I A gs i f 4 I X . . .4 4 is fi . ,..-..-4- f ,.. . 1 4' ' X 'sr' 1 , X! at ,4- ,H ik, 1 "' 1 'f l A 1 i le is 7 l li 2 5 l l 4 lr if 1, l l 2 1 3 I I Joining the migration in the sky We pursue a higher purpose ll Believing that the flight of ideas i Can be as real as l The flight of wind and feathers. l N 1 3 "They who wait upon the Lord Shall renew their strength, They shall mount up with wings like eagles They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint." Isaiah 40:31 1 1 W 11 1 1 S I 11 W H 11 1 1 Y F 1, E1 51151 II 111 11 51 11 Qi 1 1 .1 1 I 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 11 ,N , 1 1 1 1 . 1 , 1 13 114 11 5 11 3 gf 1 . 1 ,N 1 1 I X 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 l U i I 15 ' IL Ilf- PE PLE Easter Wings Lord, Who createdst man in wealth and store, Though foolishly he lost the same Decaying more and more, Till he became Most poor: With Thee O let me rise As larks, harmoniously, And sing this day Thy victories: Then shall the fall further the flight in me. My tender age in sorrow did begin, And still with sicknesses and shame Thou didst so punish sin, That I became Most thin. With Thee Let me combine And feel this day Thy victory, For, if I imp my wing on Thine, Affliction shall advance the flight in me. ...f ' "IR ,,- " ,Z ff' d -- I- ' ,ff f - , ,. 1, ff IJ . , 6 X X Xb 1,111 fqf X Xxx X IN Tv! " f ffylf ' it 'i V' V X X' X XX " T We X. i ,.,,,ff ,J T T, X , .s cfgfbnm-A 153' Y',, d WI MX lk I, V jj: A ,- K, ixxc i' 1 ,ff f if 1 lg, i , , X .I 251- , Z QQ .. 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Vander Woude Education 'x.""'-Q Rick Van Dyken Business Administration Barbara Van Prooyen Accounting W James Van Wo Mark Ver Hage Business Administration Marjorie Vis Accounting Anita Voss Biology Gerry Wedlake Psychology Charles Wessels Chemistry mini'-0 i Chrlstopher Zellenga l 0 gjnvlf Robert Workman Accounting Biology Not Pictured Anastasia Chakonas Psychology Perry Malik Frederick Collins Judith Ottenl-,off Education Art Margaret Memmesheimer Medical Technology Luke Han Clyde Wheeler Business Administration Chemistry Frances Nichols Psychology Education f-Q f .Il INIGRS ' .'fPv'e?44V-lf 57.11. 'm'D?5'Z',.'fdQiyx: 17: V ss J" ' 'IW W' ' ff -rf' .wg-13. ,N 0, gf ,V . vi-my A ' za,..,14-- 1 fy If ,Q - W' - Mm- WW ,WW WW? 'WWW Beth Armstrong Anne Buteyn Patricia Cummings Matt De Vries 459-4' fm-v fy? Warren Batkiewicz Kent Buteyn James Dees Calvin Drenth vw- as-foil . 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J V Eunice Houweling 2, N 'j Deanne Ipema Deb Johnson Dave Kamp John Kamp Sherri Kamphuis Steve Konings Becky Kroll Lisa Krueger Jolee Lamparter Myra Laninga Marcia Medema E i Laura Scheeres Virginia Medendorp Debbie Noort Dave Perkins Carol Post Sheri Postma Mike Pott John Rehling Ellen Reitsma Dan Scheeres 'VW 'mr 271 f a 'B v ' i ,, , f X ff I ,, 5 VW, va, M Vf, , ,,,,, , ff , f 5 Off f f f y , , , X Z f Z , 2 , 'Z f f , f i ,, , 9 if 44 -U-1. , , -M lil. ,N i g-55:55--ge Q V ,V , , - 41:1 Q.-,gs-::gy..i5, mmf,,,:, 1. 41,-4, 1 - " 4 " :1'w:A'ff - , ,,,, Nj f"'--' 3 W 1' f ,X mf' -1 - Vx- .A Z f , N.-N Y W , VVVV V , V ,, V we x- ---- ,sf-, 9 ,iw f ,z-s,,g.,-q:,- "ff 'fini X44-if, 1312-fr ,p lf ,j L Wi ' ' ' " it -- - eg-Q:-fg.13e m a f V'V-1 Bill Schepel Charlie Schutt Betsy Shear Paul Sterenberg Lori Stoll Brent Van Dyk Dale Van Dyke Linda Van Kampen June Van Milligan 36 ii' Qu'-ng, ,, '1 Y-mms-an-Q. , 4 'Via X , ,-,- ,.v, Tal, ,D , ,- .-. sf '5- -y,. 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'V r 'fx 5. 362351 Not Pictured Sharon Ver Julie Westerhof Velde Bonnie Wieringa JOSQPIW Andracki Steve Visser Jim Wiltjer Deborah Betts Gary Walton Laura Frazier Anthony Herron Paul Johnson Anita Johnston Marcia King Darlene Koschnitzki Pat Lanigan Tom Lemmenes Paul Michaels Gary Mills Jacqueline Nemec Brian Otto iflqhping Wendy Putz Todd Vander Zee Jack Vroegh , . John Werner N Q ' 1 L Marge Wierenga Wi ,, . A 4. -fa .e i Faculty And Administration Mr. Jack Brothers Mr. David Buursma Mr. Dick Cole Business Music Psychology X 1 W,-,lx 'W Q' f" 1 A sw Mrs. Lois Cole Dr. Norman De Jong Mrs. Sandra De Jong Physical Education Education Physical Education l Mrs. Karen De Mol Mr. Michael De Vries Dr, Dan Diephouse Music Psychology English MW ig-Qx Mr. Robert Eells Dr. Jack Fenema Mrs. Susan Fulkerson History VP of Administration Accounting 4 , l .Q Mr. Ron Hansum Ms. Grace Huitsing Ms. Kathryn Janiga Computer Services English Nursing I I I Mr. John Kooyenga Mr. David Larsen Mrs. Carol Larson Business Sz Economics Dean of Students Music 'Uh I Mr. Orin Linde Dr. Steven Pointer Mr. David Ribbens Physical Education Theology Physical Education I JF: Q Dr. Robert Rice Mr. John Roose Dr. Burton Rozema History Philosophy VP for Acad. 8: Stud. Affairs 48 Mr. Hendrik Sliekers Library 8a Bookstore 7' X W! i ff QV Mr. Edward Vander Weele Registrar f Education Not Pictured Dr. Gerda Bos English Mr. Eric Echols Print Dept. Manager Mrs. Maxine Groen Nursing Education Mr. Richard Kooy Mathf Computer Science Mrs. Margaret Rusthoven Nursing Dr. Lou Sytsma Chemistry Mr. David Versluis Art Mr. Maarten Vrieze Philosophy QQVUN Dr. Gerrit Van Dyke Biology Qwsxr Dr. Gerard Van Groningen Dr. Harold Van Kley Mr. Robert Wolff President Chemistry Biology - - mfwwt - ,, "' " ' 'xsmfazxx Q-n..J,,.1.w. ' .-vm-A at ,. -smau-"'- -v vim -.. nltfmat COLLEGE ADMISSIONSQ Betty Bultsma, Tom Back, Sue De Vries, Russ Otten, Martha Madany, and Bruce De Smith. COLLEGE DEVELOPMENTg Judy King, Carol Kent, and Keith Vander Pol. SECRE'l'ARlESg Fannie Carlson, Nancy Rupp, Alice De Vries, Carol Van Wyk, Ann Boerema, Chris Huizenga, and Celeste Cougherty. BUSINESS AND FINANCEQ Fred Van Swol, Bernice Balsan, Lois Thomson, Marilyn Wiltjer, and Jessie Galloway, ,ff- ,44 -.L-. W ,- W BOOKSTOREQ Betty Kerkstra. LlBRARYg Jean Strong and Lois Boonstra f' I " X f Q fd N...,.an-ni Joan Cannon Grant Research Al Bult Public Information qi 1 k U ! r T 2 1 Q mg gk u , - -1 .r N K 'XXX K-,xfghb Q I i I 1 it - N I 1 1 1 E .... ,, ,-, r 5 E 5 - Q Y if 5 wx u wr 9 1 Q 1 1 I I Q 3 5 I 3 4 I 555 I x X Qs Thou wast not born for death, immortal Bird! No hungry generations tread thee downg The voice I hear this passing night was heard In ancient days by emperor and clown: Perhaps the self-same song that found a path Through the sad heart of Ruth, when, sick for home, She stood in tears amid the alien corng The same that oft-times hath Charmed magic casements, opening on the foam Of perilous seas, in faery lands forlorn. Excerpt from "Ode to a Nightingale" , XX X Qi 9-' WX A X Q xxx x X ,V 4. --- ., if , ,fy Q .41 46 x ,L -E 3 1, 1. X r if 5 . i f X .W N X 5 ' K ' c , f , if T f - f- M' ' 2 K T ' X, -QL. , so X 1' 'WI ,J I, janv' ' ax: i T .T XXX, OR GANIZAT I ONS il X The Allelu Pulls Through Another Year Members of the business staff. What you hold in your hands stands in a long tradition of Trinity yearbooks: an artistic and organizational effort by a very few on behalf of the many who wish to remember and celebrate an academic year. Directing the small but energetic staff was Joanna De- mick, a senior accounting major. Assisting her were Jane Vander Kooi, Laura Olthoff, June Van Milligan, Leon- ard Sturrup, Diane Pruim, Donna Kerkstra, Jean Schaap, Marv Eylander, Barb Oostema, Larry Verhage, Tom Olthoff, Cindy Finley, Rick Rowoldt, Don Slager, Sheri Postma, and Brian De Jong. On the business staff were John Kamp, Anne Olthoff, Jolee Lamparter, John Rehling, Scott Theune, John Vantl-Ioff, and Roger Dyk- stra. Faculty assistance was provided by Mr. John Kooyenga of the Business Department, who advised the business staff, and Dr. Dan Diephouse of the English Department, who trusted the staff implicitly. Student Association Begins With A New A Constitution STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Back row Don Slager and Rick Van Swol Front row Jolee Lamparter and Jack Strong l'ill'f?1fgQ3Q'f : 4 A The New Bulletin shows signs of Trinity s life Ja ii f 15, gy fx X Q X M..-I lr" T 9 1 ' twig fl 'i ' FY iff . ""Q fini. its 5.1 , ,- .JFK W' ' . :sig A, I., gif- 6 M 4 Sm' q2f'gi,f:'! C' V if 4 Y N, , if '!.!,,, Q1 " ,mv " wilfii r gf? K T3 wi :I "1f?41L,i?f ' " 4, s A - 1 fy - W' F F sf- it " 1 4 T in V ., - NY- A' --0 - fs-, XS I " I An-M N, ,Mi 4E 3 , fl , ' 7 STUDENT ASSOClATIONg Back row: Lynn Vander Woude, Brian Boss Chuck Van Groningen Jack Strong Don Slager George Lindemulder and Gloria Garate. Third row: Kris Stob, Ruth Schaap, John Kamp Dean Larson and Dave Dykstra Second Row Janet Hamstra, Jolee Lamparter, Laura Dale, Rick Van Swol, and Ted Camphouse Front Row Jean Schaap June Van Milligan and Carla Dykstra. Not pictured: Dale Van Dyke, Deb Van Dyk, Peggy Gabrielse Gail De Master Jake Sturrsma Sara De Meester, Dan Bergsma, Sherri Kamphuis, and Donna Kerkstra. Planning for the Student Association year began in the spring semester of 1982, when four students attended a student leadership conference at Taylor University, Up- land, Indiana. This led to a major revision of the Trinity Student Association constitution which became a vehicle for greater student involvement and better communica- tion about Association goals and activities this year. Solid leadership was provided by Don Slager, President, Jack Strong, Vice-President, Jolee Lamparter, Secre- tary, and Rick Van Swol, Treasurer. Student representa- tives gave direction and approval to the work of the four development committees: Academic Affairs, Student Life and Activities, Student Ministries, and Student Pub- lications. 0r1entat1on commlttee beglns a new year The Or1entat1on Commmttee planned the trans1t1on 1nto another school year for the new and returnlng students They carrled th1s out by plannmg events for students to see the metro area of Ch1cago by pre sentmg the purpose and m1ss1on of the college by planmng soc1al act1v1t1es such as a talent show and by a1d1ng 1n the reg1strat1on process Those 1nvolved on the Or1entat1on Comm1ttee 1n clude Back row Dave Dykstra Don Slager Chuck Van Gromngen Dean Larson M1ddle row Jenn1 Ba ker Jolee Lamparter John Kamp Barb Oostema Joanna Demlck Glor1a Garate Tom Olthoff Front row Laura Olthoff Carla Dykstra June Van Mllll gan Jack Strong L12 Metcalfe Not p1ctured Ir1s E1tel Dan Scheeres Jul1e I-lamstra Jean Geerdes Laura Dale Becky Kroll and Nelda Nelson gif X-ALM' North Hall R.D.'s and R.A.'sg Linda Heersink, Bob Rice, Gail Rice, and Allison Hamilton. Vander Velde Hall R.Dfs and R.A.'sg Mary Cramer, Alicia Cramer, Bob Cramer, and Nelda Nelson. R.D.'s and R.A.'s - the Backbone of Dorm Life Each year a group of students are selected to work with the Resident Directors in assisting students in various aspects of campus life. The R.D.'s and R.A.'s help stimulate unity by planning activities which ease the transition from home life to dorm life. These activities in- clude pizza parties, going out to dinner, devotional moments, and rap sessions. It is also their respon- sibility to maintain dorm policies which are necessary for order. By carrying out these responsibilities, the R.D.'s and R.A.'s strengthen the Christian atmosphere of the dorms and unity among the stu- dents. South Hall R.D,'s and R.A.'sg Back Row: Deb Ribbens, Sue Wiltjer, Joanna Demick, and Nancy Hoogstraten. Front Row: Leonard Sturrup, Dave Ribbens, Charles Wessels, and Mark Tazelaar. Music Scoresg A Wide Variety Are Played Trinity's choir played a big part in the music program at Trinity this year. The choir performed in area churches several evenings during the fall semester. In the spring, the choir's schedule picked up dramatically as they per- formed in more church services as well as chapels and a final spring concert on campus. Their repertoire includ- ed a wide variety of music from negro spirituals to hymns and from Vivaldi's Gloria to contemporary music. Ensembles also played a part in the music program at Trinity. Both a woodwind and Brass ensemble met week- ly and performed at the final spring concert. In addition to the choir and ensembles, a third part of the music program consisted of private lessons given to students interested in developing their voices and instru- mental abilities. These students also met weekly with their instructors and were required to attend perfor- mance classes which tested their skills. 1 TRINITY CHOIRg,Back row: David Dykstra, Randy Bergsma, Brian De Jong, Dan Bergsma, Rick Rowoldt, Steve Arnold, Tim Bergsma, and Dale Van Dyke. Second row: Brenda S. Huizenga, Virginia Meden- dorp, Anne Buteyn, Rachel Moore, June Van Milligan, April Eizenga, and Laura Dale. Front row: Diane Metcalfe, Linda Vander Naald, Jean Geerdes, Mary Kooy, Kathy Ettema, Liz Harrell, Liz Rose, and Jill Hoekstra. The Courier Brings Gut The Campus' Issues. Trinity's student newspaper made significant progress this year under editors Nelda Nelson and David Dykstra. With the help of Janet Hamstra and Leona Flim and the advice of Mr. Mike De Vries, faculty sponsor, the editors were able to produce twice as many editions with very little increase in expenditure. Memorable issues dealt with throughout the year were the Troll mascot discussion, the place of Black History week, and administrative thunderings from Olympus. 3 ss N X is X EX XX x X SPOR TS - X W XXX X y x ix 4 li . 7' Nita QX f Ex ik Q X -ix . t X K 'li it i R Nr' X l 1 X i " 7' l 1 a A X X . X , 1 fe, or i s, s - X T, 62. btgzigi sl .. '4 i -ff ',,,f"'5:-ek is .X Y Q. .. - T ,,--- X Y ,Q 'xxx 5 xg "' Z lg X x X N N X ' 'i' X X - P is sr' QQ X -, ?'i:f-3 S' vp x Q .X Xfx N.4:?f?l.f W.-i a . -as . f X x - Kgs:-" '4.iL"7 K X ,iv f W 4 Evil -F'i X X . ,X f, I - xg, M s, If joys and hopes and earnest throes, And hearts whose pulse beats still for light, Are given to birds, who but thee knows A love-sick soul's exalted flight? Can souls be tracked by any eye But his, who gave them wings to fly? Excerpt from "Cock-Crowing" Intramurals INTRAMURAL ASSISTANTS: John Groenewold, Jack Strong, Lori Schneider, Bill Schepel, Betsy Shear, Randy Bergsma, Amy Gabrielse, and Dave Ribbens. Softball Denny's Dazzlers 1 . 1 1 f , , 1 Volleyball ,, ,fyWfff,!f4g,4yWQ,fjj ,ZYWU ff X , wwf 5 Afdzffffa ff f Z Wf fwm D.C.'s ' 67 ,Q-uv h 'lfif ... K Hoc-Soc ms wffvww sf M-:X f ww-cdawmxmmn J , ..0..v.. 4-A-sm. .XXX I ""' . an: .x 1 .A Q, 'ay Aa! r , ,,,,,..u0lu-nv , .ku Aw-...-W - mann-qq',Ne 'Sul' swfmwsxwmb W Wows vzrr' 'U' 4-rw-"Qi gslh I ww.. , 5 is..-w . gf an-. ,..,..n-si" .Q-4 Zoom Vrooms Shorts kop Basketball Brun Ball 'K my X MSP 5 AQ l ' f b Q l n1 if 'fl' Q Tix ki 5 If Men's Soccer MEN'S SOCCER TEAMQ Back row: Steve Goudzwaard, Randy Bergsma, Steve Konings, Chuck Van Groningen, Rick Rowoldt, Tim Bergsma, Steve Arnold, Kevin Ten Harmsel, John Groenewold, and Coach Dave Ribbens. Front row: Dennis Greenfield, Charlie Wessels, Bill Wigboldy, Tim Beezhold, Neal Ooms, Dan Bergsma, Leonard Sturrup, Mike Pott, and Gary Walton. .i 'S' v . X.,-J ll - - 'iffy 5 M I .4 ' V A ' ' 'V G r, l ' v -N M l "' c1l1!lv-12'-Nr?-AM x .R 'Q I ' uve.-M L " 49-01 ,-Anvil M ' N' ww., 14 7 47 , , , y , 4 V ' A, , v ln' 'si '. r , 7 ia -Q7 Mem. W- W ..1- 1 ,i,, f f ww , iw fr i, X The Trinity Christian College soccer team completed its 1982 season with competition in the National Christian College Athletic Association CNCCAAD District semifinals. They finished the year with a 5-9-1 record, led by third year coach Dave Ribbens. lt was a year of rebuilding for the Trolls, a young team made up of seven freshmen and nine sophomores, along with 5 returning upperclassmen. The Trolls were victorious twice against Lincoln Christian College from Lincoln, IL. They also won a very tough game against Cardinal Stritch College from Milwaukee by a 5-4 score. Then as the season progressed they played very well in a 1-O homecoming win over NCCAA district rival Olivet Nazarene College. But perhaps their biggest and best win was in their final home game of the season. They artistically defeated Moody Bible Institute from Chicago by a score of 3-1 to post a win in that long standing rivalry. Unfortunately for the Trolls, that same Moody team eliminated them from the NCCAA playoffs in a close 5-3 game. This year's team was the highest scoring Trinity Christian team in many years. Inexperience hurt the Trolls at times this year, but the squad picked up some very valuable experience this season. 3 j'f'P"'f- lf!-Vwk , - ' tj.- fa, ,Q -IN ' ' t ' fa.. 5 w 1 ' 7' ',,,'r . P Af- .f,,Mx,,, . .HBV , . 4 . , f Hr, uf' 5 - , V, i -.Aw ., rx x, 1,5 ,ly thus X , , 531,-...qu ,W- Y ,,, M K I vlwaflgs 5 ,K J gs 7 , VI, 1 hug. , e' -- -1 5 , , he if i lv T f . 5 , " tr ,.. i z Women's Volleyball The Trinity Christian College women's vol- leyball team competed in the National Chris- N ' 'ff' tian College Athletic Association National Tournament as the finale to one of the finest seasons in their short history of the sport. The Lady Trolls, led by eight year coach Lois Cole, finished with a 21-11 match re- cord, a district championship, and a fifth place finish in national competition. It was the first time the Palos Heights, IL school had competed in volleyball at the national level. The 1982 squad was trying to improve on last season's 24-9 record but against the toughest schedule they have ever faced. The highlights of their regular season include a second place finish in their own Trinity Christian Invitational, a 5-3 game record in the tough Benedictine College tournament, and three game to one victories over the ,ww Illinois Institute of Technology, the Universi- ty of Chicago, North Park College, and Jud- 'Q son College. A gr. 'Q LYS WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Back row: Ann Mary Dykman, Irene Feyer, Ellen Reitsma, Jan Terpstra, Liz Metcalfe, and Coach Lois Cole. Front row: Amy Gabrielse, Shar Bloemhof, Kris Stob, Deb Noort, Lori Schneider, Lynn Vander Woude, and Peggy Gabrielse. 74 pn 1 Ill ,...,a ik 4 wmv- S0 sw 4 W Z V 2 W W ,M fW,Wy0 QWNW f ,WI Q W 1 MQD,S Basketball i 17 V x,., W "1 an-nun!! vihluuwdli' FX' V" .,.A 8 Ai M The men's basketball team concluded its season in the NCCAA district tournament for the first time in the last four years. They lost in the first round to the eventual district winner - Bethal College of Indiana. The Trolls, behind first year coach Orin Linde, concluded the up and down season with an 8-17 record. After starting the season with a win over Moody, the team lost to the powerhouse squads from Aurora College and Lakeland College. The Trolls posted a strong performance defeating archrival Trinity College for the first time since 1978. The Trolls then took a turn for the worst losing six straight and Steve Hoekstra to a knee injury. But on the turnaround, they added James Venema and Joel Clousing in the second semester. They both played key roles in the Troll season. Strong wins late in January against Northwestern College and Cardinal Stritch College brought Trinity to second place in the conference. But a tough game at the Milwaukee School of Engineering thwarted title hopes. The Trolls bounced back to post victories against Moody Bible Institute and Northwestern College. ln the toughest game of the season, Trinity lost a heartbreaker in double overtime to Grand Rapids Baptist College. A loss to Maranatha put Trinity in fifth place in the conference, and a loss to Bethel ended the season. MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM: Back row: Manager Brice Nelson, Duane Baker, Steve Hoekstra, Don Slager, Daryl Poortinga, Randy Van Schepen, and Coach Orin Linde. Front row: Kent Buteyn, Gary Walton, Dave Gartman, Derek Blue, and Scott Williams. Not pictured: James Venema and Joel Clousing. -xxllb 'W ,L 78 ,P Q , N KT? , ,. -a f.o, '8 1 H' .. ,.,...,.., wwf" Women's Basketball WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAMQ Back row: Manager Ann Mary Dykman, Liz Metcalfe, Amy Broekhuis, Diane Pruim, Dar Franzman, Betsy Shear, and Coach Lois Cole. Front row: Sue Wiltjer, Lynn Vander Woude, Deb Noort. Donna Decker, Laura Henke, and Lisa Bergsma. The Lady Trolls basketball team ended a very successful season with a trip to the national tournament in Chattanooga, Tennesse. Although they lost to Lee College in the first round, this youthful squad showed great strength in winning their district tourney and finishing with a 13-5 record. With six freshman and only one senior on the team, the squad started the season by winning four of its first seven games and gaining valuable playing time. They played superbly in a weekend torney at Pella, Iowa finishing in third place. After winning three straight games, they lost a heartbreaker against George Williams College. They won the next seven games. The depth of the squad really showed in the last four regular season games as they won three of them by 22 or more points. In record-setting performances this year, the team set the blocked shots record with 17 against Bethel College. Debbie Noort broke the individual record with 9 in that same game. The strongest individual performance in a game this year was by Debbie Noort against Grace College. Debbie had 39 points and 15 free throws in that game-both are school records. The key to this year's squad was depth from the bench. Eight different players scored in a double figures throughout the season. Each player on the team had important contributions during the campaign. Wornen's Softball Trinity Christian College's women's softball team finished their first season with a fine 3- 5 win-loss record. Head Coach, Dave Ribbens, lead the eleven-player squad against strong local college competition. The highlights of the initial season were the upset victory over highly rated Elmhurst College by a score of 10-8, and the hard fought victory over North Park, 11-8. Overall the softball program is off to a good start. WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TEAMQ Back row: Sue Wiltjer, Lori Schneider, Diane Pruim, Jan Terpstra, Ellen Reitsma, and Lynn Vander Woude, Front row: Coach Dave Ribbens, Ann Mary Dykman, Irene Feyer, Myra Laninga, Betsy Shear, and Liz Metcalfe. Not pictured: Manager Donna Decker. an Cheerleaders ' WWW w ig' 'G-fx Q' CHEERLEADERS Barb Wlerenga Sara De Meester Gayle Gmder Sharon Ver Velde Jolee Lamparter and Val Terpstra 6 K 'Nu .uufhli I f S Q E .4 V 'A E 'V ,rx , Q? in ..,, w e A aa C , , Y Ear' 'V N X ff- Aa u . ' ' ' Q . , 'fr . I e if A M . r, , 5, - b . , , , , f M -,X 8 , sr' ,M '- . E 'Q' Q, mf an f 'R K K Af, - A ,mf X 'Q . asf 4 . I 7 7 7 7 7 Nj -A Q4 , 1 V f -W3 ' .W Q33 NIJ K . ,Q , 4 Aw lx Q :A f M f E Ee 1 - .yffy If E ,-ff' . . , 'YJ' , E A ' 'J if if 1 I . ff u ' ' iw ' 2" me Mama ...fm 5 f ., ,f 2: I' 'H 11-A ... ' W N A+ , , , 'fl ' 1' . fi E ' Y i 1 ff ' 2 4' ' , A f . N I 1, l I l "The Eagle: A Fragment" l He clasps the crag with crooked handsg l Close to the sun in lonely lands, Ringed with the azure world, he stands l The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls: He watches from his mountain walls, And like a thunderbolt he falls. Alfred Lord Tennyson Xl! I r 1 X x x KX. , 1 , X ' X f ' , 5 Zfif -1 'K X - 5 'iff ZZ! X? 4 , Z ' T "g TlXQ 'xxx X T., f , I l,, ,,k , X if fx U S' I A . 2 f '7 if Ti -. ,.- I., ,riff , 1 ' fl X, If X, y,f!,f 'ffij Wf.:'ZQ K 4 If lf ,ff a n d J T DE T LIFE X V A P' v Y., y 'KO N... Q 'H 'sf' ,N .M . r J' ,V 5 7 , , ,,,. , X, 86 ,- .JH rv fs '1 Z ylfaiv Vw X 2 , ,yy I ., S 1 '1 39 X NK Qs A X 5 , X X X , Q , .,,. f ,. .-rw , 4 x. NLS AE: M . Q, ,V x . 2 3 i . ,XR x -.wg Students at work ,. 129 S m ywagl ' ,SSW ' wing 4 'I an Fei At Play .,, f f 6 ,ff ' Us ' it M16 auf ,, hw K 1, 'ff' Ag 4' """"'--.41 'iigwfid ' We sf 1 X 1 -:mi -:T 1 M. 'Q 4 . Q. YQ' NU iq un . . . .Wax X ,SJ N1 ,Y . 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Residence living has the potential for developing a student's spiritual, social and intellectual life. lt gives the opportunity to exercise responsible freedom in Christ as adults who belong to Him. All of this takes place in a cauldron of prayer and pranks, confrontation and reconciliation, small-talk and significant reflection, and friendship and loneliness. Quite a curriculum! f . f fdff MwmfWMMn,,,,,.m.M . -V ,. v f f 'f f 4 :Z 77 M 7 -Q 'fu . S q iw ,,6.k x. X , is xl? Q Trinity's Turkeys Trot A cold, November day brought the annual running of the Trinity Turkey Trot. This trot, unlike the spring Troll Trot, is for the Trinity campus only. In spite of the weather, a number of students and faculty f staff members trotted the 3 mile course around campus. Those going home with a prize turkey included: June VanMilligan, Rick Stallinga, Bob Eells, and Deb Ribbens. A f MMWW ffm Q W! 'WWWZW . 94, f 1 M, ZW f V :J v V- f, ! g .. 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X 1 Madrigal Feast Dt Food And Fun An advent tradition at Trinity the Madrigal Feast prepares for the celebration of Christ s birth Led by the Madrigal Choir under the direction of Mrs Carol Larson guests are ushered back to slxteenth century England The dining hall is transformed 1nto a royal banquet setting where the costumed chorus musiclans and Jesters create a festive mood Dining is accompanied by prayer Scripture readings and lively caroling The meal is served with dramatic flair highlighted by the aging boar s head and flaming figgy pudding The evening concludes with a reverent service of scripture reading and song in the College Chapel Over 800 guests attended over the course of the six performances Again this year the Madrigal Choir treated the student body to a dress rehearsal while the faculty and staff served a welcome steak dmner organized by Coronet Food Service and the Dean of Student s Office I I - a 9 - 7 S 7 Y 7 7 - 1 . . . Q - . 1 . 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Q V , Q H s Y: IQ fr, .H N W M Y ,,f My I AS? mv' . v M f, Q al! 1 'ffl' ,.., ... g 7 :I Trolls Trot Around Trinity A record number of 136 runners, joggers, walkers, and crawlers entered the 1983 Trinity Troll Trot. This well organized traditional run begins the Country Fair activities each year. Runners faced an overcast morning and a stiff headwind on "Presidential Hill". Entrants included a couple in their 60's from Guan and a healthy representation of out-of-state alumni. The Trot is a 6.2 mile circuit around Trinity's campus. Runners may also opt for the mini-trot, a 2-mile run over the same course. A crowd is always on hand at the finish line as guests arrive for the opening of the Country Fair. f xxxxx xxmxxxmit tm 11119444 if V' TKULZJ' GETS W It's Country Fair Time! Throughout the year, Trinity's Women's Guild supports the institution in a number of ways: The February Love Letter Campaign, the Adopt-A-Student program, the Hostess Supper, catering services, and the Country Fair. Each year on the Saturday before Mother's Day the campus comes alive with a small town atmosphere. Many food booths lSheboygan bratsli, children's rides, and a lively auction attract hundreds of people to the campus. The Country Fair not only raises funds for the collegeg it demonstrates the strong constituency support for the institution as dozens of volunteers mobilize to run the fair, and many college friends attend. The fair has also become an unofficial Alumni homecoming. Many a memory is exchanged over pancakes or coffee or while strolling the grounds. f f ff ff +,!cf5,,,W0 'W W, f Of ww-.amffsfwifw W fy,v f A f , ff, Q M,W,,,ffff ' 'VZQQWAQ ' If " Aff "2 M 2 7 ef' " 7. 4 ig,-Z f x Z? 5 1 ,nf ,F ff, , ' W X , 557,22 ff-, Q-' , , X ' Of, if, "1-47 .ff In 'f, Q ffffflo , f f ZX f f , f f 0 ,f f X gfqf: : U ' Z , . f, A w,f12"ff,,:i: Q gf , 'fwvw ' A -1 jf 7 ' ' f f f f ' ff M. Q f-,mf wfw M ,h V, ,. ,. M f ' , Q , ff 0 ff Q M f' Z7 nf A ffm, if f, y Z 4 -4 2 1 Www f f Nmww E N Qwwwy Q9 '-Q... gi 47 f W A. 4. X , fem. ,kv ,zz , 2, W f W! W h f ,off xw sw f Nw gi- .WW NX: x X1 x XX. Graduates, Its Your Serve' The class of 1983 received their degrees on May 21 at the Orland Park Christian Reformed Church. Dr. Edwin Roels, Africa Coordinator of the World Home Bible League, delivered the commencement address which focused on the challenges of the Christian servant. Dr. Roels is a former Professor of Theology and Dean of Students at Trinity. The ceremony included a litany of praise and thanskgiving to God written by Dr. Gerda Bos and led by senior Steven M. Hoekstra. Seventy-three graduates, some hopeful, some fearful, most joyful, marked this significant moment in their lives with family, friends, and a suportive Trinity community. , ,Q . -- , - . H I Y - T " . N g Q. , - XX www W ' ww- ww M. R, Q u k , ,.. , I V, X 1 R n I 1 1 L E E If ,f ,f If ff 1 109 Thank you, Lord, for the community of Trinity, for sand in mortar, for beams from trees, for those who support, for those who maintain, for those who lead, for those who are led. Thank you, Lord, for the community of Trinity, for podiums and group response, for cheers and basketballs for coffee mugs, for stereos, for table talk and dinner plates, for hymnals and a psalm. Thank you, Lord, for the community of Trinity, for academic fellowship, for entryways and crowded halls, for things to share and those to share them with, for purpose, and for prayer. Thank you Lord, for our varieties of response, for joy, for love, for musing and concern, for laughter and reflection. And thank you, Lord, for insight found in class, in talk, and in solitary study, for revelation of your Law for your creation, and for our power to form according to your Word but Lord, our sin - our broken lives - closed to others and they to us - joy turned to frantic compulsion - we reject and distort the fullness of your gifts. Thank you, Lord, that in Christ we are re-created. Our sin is forgiven, and we are healed. We praise you for your Kingdom, for the use of your Creation, for the direction of your Word, and for our growth in your Spirit. Allelu! ,.-f - --R fl a t' 1 A, i ? N I f f f Xxe . 1- ,vii-5 X Q-.Axe Qs ,ME I' ,lf 4 KlLQ to x XX J Aff o f 1 ,I fin r , aajziyx- Z ,ffxxp , 1 lx, N., But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strengthg they shall mount up with wings as eaglesg they shall run, and not be wearyg and they sahll walk, and not faint. 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