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

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Allelll 1984-1985 Trinity Christian College Palos Heigh ts, Illinois A World Within A World" 1 In the Beginning God Credred By faith we understand that the world was created by the word of God, so that what is seen was made out of things which do not appear." fHebrews 11:13J RIGHT land insetl: Colors of fall ignite outside the classroom building. BELOW: Tulips bow to the wind within the college "circle", 0 'l TOP: Sun streams through storm clouds above the soccer field. ABOVE: Winter's fingers reach out from tree branches beside the classroom building. He Creored Mon In His Imoge For His Glory. A broken altar, Lord, Thy servant rears, Made of a heart, and cemented with tears: Whose parts are as Thy hand did frameg No workman's tool hath touched the same A heart alone Is such a stone As nothing but Thy power doth cut. Wherefore each part Of my hard heart Meets in this frame To praise Thy nameg That, if I chance to hold my peace, These stones to praise Thee may not cease, O let Thy blessed sacrifice be mine, And sanctify this altar to be Thine. f"The Altar", by George Herbertj ,f spun-W' 171 3 ' w. 2 ig 2 ll 1 F2123 22? l 2 l 2 l -+ l J 4 C, j , , 'f , ' ig, , LEFT: Deborah Adams and Liz Harrell praise God in song with the school's first gospel choir. BELOW: Reverend Manny Ortiz, pastor of the Spirit and Truth Christian Reformed Church in Humboldt Park, challenges our chapel audience. BOTTOM: Kim Bulthuis takes time out for personal devotions. 5? f 2 6, ff I F V i A, : . nd .Mun-annum... FACING PAGE: TOP: Sophomore Linda Schaap gives an emotional account. of her responses to the "Ur bana '84' conferences. BELOW: Gary Virtue, who came to the U.S. from Jamaica, gives an inspiring chapel speech. FAR LEFT: This inauguration banner now graces the chapel. Ports of the Lorger World Toke Shope in Our World. Our World is different, special. Yet here, too, are people with needs com- mon to all men - needs for food, for friendship and keeping in touch, for shelter, for work ieven in the less desirable tasksj, and most of all for God and His salvation. These needs bring us closer to all of God's world and closer, in gratitude, to Him. ABOVE: Brenda Huizenga is hopeful for a letter. ABOVE RIGHT: Laura Broekstra, Laz Santana, and Brenda Buikema pass by the Homecoming tent on their way to South Hall. RIGHT: Kris Kerkstra, Laurel Eenigenburg, and Deb Tjaarda survey the lunch possibilities. 5 k v 3, f .m 9 1:45 . Ji, , - "'?xur' 3:72, 4- , .- 5' V . . ,Ji-,Q ,L , TK- ' -A 2 M52 , -,LW , , ' 'f-2 Q i ' . ' wg, F42 K- -, 1" , :wi if ' 'rff ,, N . ff if' ii W Y : ff , 5 ,,.,,,- , fav ,, A jgg,-.ga , 2 wg M, .. - 11 an 17,16-L2 1,mf.m,,?,-V nf, Ss- L1 e 42 a- 'U L k V 5 V f V ziazfrzy K' ' 1. A 15 xr in j ,, He 5.71 ,E 1' fx 'ri' ig j 9: - gf, I J Lfii-12 11, L , 33 U , ,S-f' H ,Wg i , Q, l r V K, gi' Y God Brought Us Together in Our World . . . We come from near-by cities and far-away lands To live, study, and grow together. Many backgrounds enmesh to form our worldg Different cultures contribute to the uniqueness Of our surroundingsg Each individual experiences what it is to live in a WORLD WITHIN A WORLD. u ABOVE: Lorna Naheyama saw it to be God's will that she leave the island of Palau to study at Trinity. RIGHT: James Dayugar and William l"Bowee"l Jaywheh, brothers from Liberia, and Afework Zellelew, of Ethiopia, display their African garb. A-H-'new rl r , .. ,,.,, .iw- S """ 'P Wi 4? ,mg TOP: Snow-eating Ron Van Dongen came to Trinity from the Netherlands. ABOVE: Freshman Martha Perez hails from Chicago. LEFT: Wang Vang, here listening to an interim session, was born in Laos. J J' I . . . To Be Srewords Of All of Gur World . . . With diverse talents, In various tasks, We together unfold God,s creation Subduing the earth With care for His world And thanks for our strength through His Son. 11" . 4 RIGHT: Mid-term time finds Barb Nagel and Dan Los studying with friends in the library. BELOW: Mr. Dick Cole's introductory psychology class receives corrected tests. LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Doug Eckardt speaks with students about "Teaching the Bible for Various Age Groups." a l 10 i Y 'fm F' gr I ' Z: 2' , ,IU ,1 YV,,, 7. V 3 4 ' ' E' Vyll 3 1 wtf dilaa ,D A I 7 ,,,, .Y.,YY, Y W - , sg, N I .Ny fn, ,i,i F 5,5 n. Who Develop Our Gifts Together Unique people, we have a medley of talents - in music and athletics, leader ship and academics, technical skills and dramatics - all of which can be used fo the glory of God. In the words of the apostle Paul, "whatsoever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not unto men." RIGHT: Bryan Jabaay and Laura Scheeres co-starred in I Never Saw Another Butterfly. BELOW: Henry Hofman displays his soccer skills. c C' - f . I -an . o I , . V I l l A fColossians 3:23J 156' H 'fvfflffl R aszifv A-H," . . X 41' ti an V .. M A 1 5 ,fi I l K X 1 if ' . -, v ' w . x X - UPPER LEFT: When not busy at a women's athletic event, Kristy Tamminga referees intramural volleyball. ABOVE: Duane Baker, Resident Assistant and Student Association vice-president, updates the information in the kiosk weekly. LEFT: Pianist Ocie Booker plays for everything from gospel sa 5 I , choir to lunchtime entertainment. 13 In the World, We Are Ser Aporr. Thus says God, the Lord, Who created the heavens and stretched them out, Who spread forth the earth and what comes from it, Who gives breath to the people upon it And spirit to those who walk in it: "I am the Lord, I have called you in right - eousness, I have taken you by the hand and kept youg I have given you as a covenant to the people, A light to the nations, To open the eyes that are blind, To bring out the prisoners from the dungeon, From the prison those who sit in darkness . . . ilsaiah 42:5-71 FACING PAGE: TOP: Chicago lights pierce through a December night. LOWER LEFT: A train departs from the station at Division and LaSalle. 5262 .V ,W wr ,gQ1fmm l ,L 1 f ,W,4,a5111 . iiwffff h- , ff'lf7i'JTL if Q. F2 - ' . .f:.'::f:f,s,, 'f.L-:X-pvewvff V mfurli U P P E R L E F T: This familiar sign stands on the cor- ner of Ridgeland and Route 83. ABOVE: Vander Velde Hall's sil- houetted geometry. LEFT: Low storm clouds threaten the Sears Tower and its city of Chicago. the field is the world and the good seed means the sons of the Kingdom . . . fMatthew 13:38l 15 N wg wr: .F fi iviiflxfxsli CXN55 N' ' WV -'G A n A R i M It iyfwgf ft M YQ ai Fl Hii 5 ' X, , 1 x.f. NJ 5 JU Ury- EV ,icuii X5 ,1!... i"" seat vT""'fQ TOP: Except for its trees, the facade of the Ad- ministration building never seems to change. LEFT: President Bootsma takes advantage of the morning snack bar. ABOVE: Veteran faculty - Mr. Hendrik Sliekers CLibrary Servicesl, Dr. Harold Van Kley CChernistryJ, and Dr. Dan Diephouse CEng1ishJ - dine in the cafeteria. ORGANIZATIONS Helping Us Get Acquointed Orientation 1984 was a time for new students to catch a glimpse of Trinity before the college kicked into full gear. The theme was "Seek the things above" from Colossians 3:1. The goal was to introduce freshmen and transfer students to Trinity's "way of life" and to have some fun in Trinity's backyard - Chicago. The enthusiastic Orientation Committee worked hard to make the week flow smoothly. Overall, Orientation 1984 provided a good spring- board for students to enter the full college experience. For many students, college life means dorm life. Resident students are aided by resident directors and resident assistants. Working closely with the Dean of Students, RA,s and RD's help to make sure things run smoothly in the dorms. Planning activities, leading Bible studies, and making sure everyone's light bulbs are working are among their respon- sibilities. RA's and RD's are an essential ingredient of happy dorm life. RIGHT: Jeff and Ginny Carpenter, Resident Directors, South Hall. Lai Lx". - . ABOVE: Vander Velde and North Hall RA's: Laurel Eenigenberg, Lisa Bergsma, Joy Vander Vliet. SIEZHT: Bob and Gail Rice, Resident Directors, North Hall and Vander e e. wr.. 3:9 Tb , any Y I "T.:-' ORIENTATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS - BACK ROW - Cal Timmer, Tom Key, Duane Baker, Alyce Slager, Ted Camphouse, John Groenewold, Dean Larsen. ROW TWO - Jim Hall, Deb Tjaarda, Mac Wiener, Donna Decker, Gia De Martinis, Susie Allen, Jim Bailey. ROW THREE - Tim Bergsma, Joy Vander Vliet, Pam Fiebig, Sara Meden- dorp, Lisa Bergsma, Liz Harrell, Nancy Meyer, Laura West, Cheryl Janek, Tammy Roorda. FRONT ROW - Sally Visser, Jan LeMahieu, Clara Medendorp, Deb Eckwielen, Laurel Eenigenberg, Amy Broekhuis, Judy Geerdes, Karen Biarnesen, Carol Post, Deb Johnson, Cheryl Bulthuis, Shelly Powley, Kris Kerkstra. LEFT: South Hall RA's: TOP: Deb Tjaarda. MIDDLE: Kristy Van Til, Donna li Decker. " BOTTOM: Randy Van Schepen, .. I , Larry Verhage, Duane Baker. 19 Behind the Scenes The purpose of the Student Association, as stated in the student manual, is to "honor the Lord Jesus Christ in the conduct of student activities and in the promotion of student life and interests." These objectives and the functions of Student Association are governed by a council made up of student officers, the Dean of Students, student development committees, and representatives of the student body. Student Assoc. and its sub- committees work hard to encourage and build a unified student body, which has as its foundation faith in God and belief in His Word. The Academic Affairs committee works with the faculty association on matters of grading, cur- riculum, etc . . . and arranges films and lectures to be presented on campus throughout the year. Stu- dent Activities committee plays a key part in get- ting students involved in intramurals, Chicago area activities and on-campus social activities such as dances and concerts. This year students were able to purchase pass cards which gave them easy ac- cess to most campus activities. Student Ministries is active in helping students become involved in Christian service through organizations such as PACE, Summer Missions, Pro-Life, and others. Of course, Trinity is also fortunate to have the Stu- dent Publications committee which maintains and provides for the needs of the Allelu and the Courier, Trinity's two official campus publications -' ., 4.,.aG2-M,'3'. . , . , . , 312 Eg: ' , f 'va-fqtil . ' . f f ' ', . 4' ' ' V - f r f' -' ff" ' ' ' , . ., IZ 5 .tg ,. , 5, . ,.... Mi'-15,3 ,i,,, f ,f . . . . . ,KW V , .,..,.. ., ,-,,.-,., ...f . . ,M I W . I STUDENT PUBLICATIONS - Ken Bakker, Donna Decker, Joy Vander Phil Foust, Dawn Mehrens, Laurel Eenigenburg, Tim Bergsma, Bryan Jabaay ll ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Kristy Van T11 Dan Bergsma Dean Larsen standing here in front of the Student Assoc. symbol also plays an important role in the activities of Student Association 20 v I , ,QW My IASTFET... MSW.: V ,Q V D Y iv-' 4-' -'ww wg-'1 fr , . , ' C WMS 'W ' if as -K ' 49 'is 5 , , ' , 1, 9 I ,Q , - A-se", A , l . aa' 4 4 1 ww ' ' , , A A 4 7 . Y 1 ma w er I H.,-v' Y STUDENT ASSOCIATION - BACK ROW - Jane Mulder, Bob Huisman, Jim Hall, Val Terpstra, Duane Baker, Diane Pruim, Deb Eckwielen, Kristy Van Til, Pam Fiebig, Steve Goudzwaard, Leon Van Dyke, Phil Foust, Dan Bergsma, Tim Bergsma. FRONT ROW Deborah Adams, Kim Russell, Kristina Gaughan, Jean Schaap, Karen Biarnesen, Mac Wiener, Bob Mabrey, Shelly Powley, Carla Dykstra, Sherry Toppen. STUDENT ACTIVITIES - BACK ROW - Deb Eckwielen, .azaro Santana, Alison Zeilinga, Kris Kuipers. SECOND ROW - Jan LeMahieu, Pam Fiebig. FRONT ROW - Brenda -Iuizenga, Deb Posey. 'Hn H? V 2, 5 1 5 I We 'tswarwr STUDENT MINISTRIES - Clara Medendorp, Jean Schaap. l 1 PRO-LIFE - Lisa Bergsma, Tim Bergsma, Carol Post, Bob Huisman, Carole Voss, Linda Schaap, Valerie Hoogewerf. NOT PICTURED: Randy Bergsma, Amy Broekhuis, Dave Gartman, Deb Johnson, Sherri Kam- phuis, Bob Mabrey. Faculty sponsor: Katherine Sliekers. Bread for the World: BACK ROW - Jeff Hoelzel, June Van Milligan, David Klemm. FRONT ROW - Colleen Blaney, Gail Rice, Bob Rice, Lori Stoll. "Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for mef' fMatthew 25:40bl This Christian responsibility has been carried out on campus through organizations such as Bread for the World and Pro-Life. Both organiza- tions worked actively this year for causes of world concern. Bread for the World supported three children in hunger-stricken countries, providing funds for food, clothing, and education. The Pro-Life committee also answered the cries of helpless children by publicly defending the rights of the unborn child. Through films and literature, the criminal nature of abortion was portrayed. Through these two organizations, the campus community has been given the chance to demonstrate their love for God by loving others. "Go Ye Therefore Info All The World . . ABOVE: PACE: Anita Jansma, Joy Vander Vliet, Kim Dykema, Tom Key, Brenda Bulkema, Celia Lehman. NOT PICTURED: Colleen Blaney, Jill Hoekstra, Jeff Hoelzel, Yolanda Johnson, Martha Perez, Linda Pilcher, Gail Rice, Lazaro Santana, De-Ann Vegter. l ABOVE: First Semester Metro: Amy Gabrielse, Betsy Shear, Leona Flim, Laura Kredit. II "PACE is worth the extra time and ef- fort it takes to go because it is so personal- ly rewarding. There is a definite satisfac- tion in teaching such willing students who havenlt had the opportunities to learn that we have had." Kim Dykema's feelings reflect those of all students who par- ticipated in the PACE program this year. Under the guidance of Mrs. Gail Rice, Trinity students spent Monday evenings tutoring inmates at the Cook County Jail. Another program that serves to take Trinity students off campus is "Metro" The Chicago Metropolitan Center CCMCJ works together with nine colleges to pro- vide cultural exposure and professional work experience for qualified undergraduates through seminars, fine arts activities, and internships. The students draw from their classroom knowledge as they gain work experience in the fast-paced, unfamiliar surroundings of Arnerica's third largest city. Metro students receive a full semester's credit from their school. ABOVE: Second Semester Metro: Sam Klementzos and Dave DeBoer. The Courier staff kept us up to date on campus activities throughout the year. Feature writers, regular columnists, and con- cerned students contributed material to inform us of activities and general concerns of Trinity's campus. The Allelu staff spent many hours putting the yearbook together. They tried to capture the vast range of activities and the wide variety of people at Trinity. Hopefully, the Allelu will provide TCC students with much enjoyment and many future memories. RIGHT: Michale Chatham contributes her talent to the yearbook staff. BELOW: COURIER STAFF - Phil Foust, Kim Russell, Ken Bakker, Anita Jansma, Dawn Mehrens, Gary Virtue, Bryan Jabaay. NOT PICTURED - Julie Brabec, Tom Breems, Elisabeth Brown, Maria Carey, James Dayugar, Pat DeYoung, Jackie Greenwood, Liz Harrell, Zantesah Ingalls, Connie Karahalios, Dan Marx, Deb Posey, Teary Simpson, Julie Soluri. Advisor: Linda Bieze. Recd All 1 3 .M ' V 'Q v .AJ Q... .:f'X,N xi,-. ,I gi... K yy ' X +5tg w. . -, ,"7'E:fYsQ.1: -'-wp.. asf:-:,s:,. . Q gfiiek. Z,:,5,:'-.:.5E-513 ,es-,ss-1v,..,f.s,.p,Nap-1::.,:g.f .-rsiftskf ' if-fs:sfgs:2:.1::::,.::-- '1?1?E1H-2:-aff.-as-1-. we-fr-,s::ss.:a:..:f-:es-:frizaf .- 1--1.4::'s.-:.1::..n.,s r, ..1-:Aw -. V S ,,-. X 4Wax?"'.'7IA553fiifi'Kf . . f':fs-'9.w...za,..- r. .. .9 -' We-4 -g A .fg,,,mx-.,.f-ear-4-zMqSf5Q.:a:f:. 1....: .-,, . ' ffl! 2' Elefii' all 5Ez.s --'- . 1:2 ' . :.:,ff5l2 1f? 1f:Fi1 e 4.-,-1-.-qs.-L. Y'? o V6 CP' Sv Q5 Rs Ma Q Y QQ X x :sig X Z ...f . ' ,-.' -' ae +1 ' 1-' - . , . A f 'zz ,,y3'gi,,-,-f-ff-gggggrzggjfqr ji j ,C-pf 1 .:,gz:594:"":1z. '-' - .'V,Qn.f'1.5:-.2fr?-rq,1f:"'-wiv W l l About If ' 7 ' 2 f "A I 3 2 E 5 , 42' 1 I 1 I , , , 2 5 , 2 W ' f 5 - 3, 5 7 , ' ' 3 1 , f f 4 5 ' , ' I 'F L fl? "' ' N '41, 'I mr W 4-uw, f' ' , 'j :V f,,.,, ' . ' , ,6 A g Q "+ 3 ,, I, . . i , J l , ..,W.WMw! ALLELU STAFF - BACK ROW - Wendy Walvoord, Alisa Menninga, Eric Schoonveld, Michale Chatham. FRONT ROW - Elisabeth Brown, Jill Rademaker, Judy Menninga, Beth Huttenga, Joy Vander Vliet. NOT PICTURED - Donna Bosma, Christi Burgess, Lisa Cok. Advisor: Susan Fulkerson. LEFT: The Allelu takes shape with the help of Elisabeth Brown and Jill Rademaker. I Where the Action Is Q As an exciting new addition to Trinity, the drama club has done well to establish itself as a vital part of the cultural life on campus. The club has gone to see various plays in Chicago and neighboring colleges, but its greatest achieve- ment has been its mid-year pro- duction of I Never Saw Another Butterfly by Celeste Respante. The play, held in the chapel on January 31-February 2, was a great success, with sell-out crowds every night. With the leadership of directors Marsha Stoub and Pat Meekema, and the help of a hard working cast and crew, the play helped to establish the drama club as a great addition t0 Trinity cultural life, The club FINAL ACT - Laura Scheeres, Janice Eells, Jill Hoekstra, Anita Jansma, Deb hopes to produce plays regularly in the future. Sandy Schaap, Bryan Jabaay. NOT PICTURED - Tracy Greidanus, Kevin Celia Lehman, Advisor: Ginny Carpenter. X ABOVE: The marriage ceremony of Pavel lPam De Graafj and Irca fJan Terpstral is led by the Rabbi fZantesah Ingallsl. RIGHT: Irene Synkova lAnita Jansmal comforts Raja CLaura Scheeresl at Terezin in the production of I Never Saw Another Butterfly. COMM' cnmsi scam LU Manny Ortiz pauses for a picture in of Humboldt Community Christian The Future Teachers Club IS an rganlzation for students wlth an nterest in education It was rganlzed ln February 1984 and ponsored by Dr Norman DeJong . iss Grace Huitsing, and Mr. Ed anderWeele The club trles to provlde 1tS embers Wlth a varlety of ac lV1t1eS and experiences This year he Future Teachers Club spon ored an Adopt A School r1ve as well as a Walkathon for umboldt Community Christian chool These two events strrred p both campus and community upport Other act1v1t1es lncluded hear g guest lecturers from mission chools, Writing letters to com anles for free literature to build V the members personal educa 1on flles, observlng a mock inter 16W for a teaching pos1t1on and njoymg an end of the year p1cn1c 1 - I came to Be Teachers , .. V -1 6 M cleft grit is MEMBERS - Carole Voss, Laura Broekstra, Sandy Schaap, Christi Burgess, Judy Men- ninga, Jan Meyer, Cheryl Janek, Laura Scheeres. Future Teacher Club officers present Manny Ortiz with a check for their "adopted" school V I . . . ig . . . . . 9 J . . , V . . .-'fffgg 'db - 'mmf . . . . . aff? in as as 4 'L T T X , . XX . 'il I . Y l l W . . ,, Q. H . . - , 9 i - T . . Z . ,- - - - , .I f' -4? -4+ K! 'fffliiii tax' iff A Trinity ff! ,Q , .e s , A b A . , S 57 r , Q ,, .l,. Avb- 4 Q.. A " tf A 1 3 ' .,- 'fl' A"' i s 1 ':'P 14, A1.AA:.,V Q it ,, , ,, , E N ,. ' i f .4A, , ., ,Z A f .Q x , 3 1 is -' V .: fi . t- ,fr 6 i A . .ii iq ' Q J . 28 24 Trinity's vocal community under- went some changes in this school year. The choir's major change was its coming under the new direction of Mr. Dan Sytsma, a professor in his first year with Trinity. This year's choir, including some new first-year voices, practiced many hours to prepare for their perfor- mances throughout the year. Includ- ed in these performances were a cou- ple of chapel appearances, as well as some evening concerts, on and off campus. Trinity was also privileged this year with the start of a Gospel choir. Directed by Deb Posey and Zantesah Ingalls, and accompanied by Ocie Booker, the choir was blessed with great success. Since its chapel debut, it was well received by all at the college. Every chapel ser- vice led by the Gospel choir was very well attended. Many people were moved as the choir witnessed and lifted praises to the Lord in song. If the commitment and enthusiasm of the newly-formed Gospel choir con- tinues, it has the potential of enjoy- ing many more fulfilling years per- forming for the Trinity community. Dan Sytsma leads singing in special church performance. W Q i Choir: FRONT ROW - Kris Kuipers, Diane Smits, Donna Greendyke, Gina Flipse, Anita Jansma, Kim Dykeman, Shari Bosman, Gina Beninato, Deb Posey. 2nd ROW - Christi Burgess, Pam Fiebig, Sally Visser, Judy Geerdes, Nancy Pruim, De-Ann Vegter, Jeff Drenth, Mac Weiner, Dave Stob, Linda Schaap, Elisabeth Brown. 3rd ROW 4 Roger Groenboom, Mike Rozema, Kurt LeMahieu, Steve Chapman, Dave DeWindt. BACK ROW - Terrence Morris, Dale Visser, Bill Kok, Archie Ferguson, Greg Tews. .......wm,, ,V .. ,EP N' Was, df., .za M Sings ' Members of Gospel Choir: FRONT ROW: Deb McCottrell, Maria Carey, Brigitte Fuqua, Zantesah Ingalls, Martha Perez, Debra Brooks, Yolanda Johnson. SECOND ROW: William Jayweh, Gloria Neal, Migdalia Perez, Sherri Browder, Deborah Posey, Deborah Adams, Liz Harrell, Melanie Alexander, Gary Virtue. BACK ROW: Reggie Harris, Ken Bakker, Tearey Simpson, Ocie Booker. f 7 9" rijfftagrm-1 Vrru In u ul on 5,5 Q si 'Q E , 14. , V a ' '- J 4 1 +3 -e l '15, lf' 7 'W-Q 5 M . s A ABOVE: Melanie Alexander and Deb MCCottrell lift their voices in praise. LEFT: Worship in song. All students with various levels of interest in Although the History Club at Trinity has a short Scientists ond I ' fini i f ' 3 5 Historlons Remain Active fx-wa HISTORY CLUB - STANDING - Peter Hillmer, Eric Schoonveld, Dr. Bob Eells, Dave Klemm, Jeff Hoelzel, Dr. Bob Rice. SITTING - Erik Lubbers, Colleen Blaney, Bryan J abaay, Tom Key, John Werner. SCIENCE CLUB - BACK ROW - Dr. Bob Boomsma, Dr. Gerrit Van Dyke, Jane Stevens, Greg Hacus, Sara Medendorp, Brenda Huizenga, Leon Van Dyke, Larry Verhage, Bruce Ten Haken. FRONT ROW - Mary Kmiec, Jeff Payne, Jean Schaap, Wendy Fott, Steve Konings. biology and chemistry are welcome to be members of Science Club. The main purpose of the club is to give students the opportunity to explore areas of science which they find exciting. Money is raised for thse activities in several ways, but primarily through recycling. Past activities have taken club members to Florida for Spring Break, fossil hunting in Illinois and cross-country skiing at Indiana Dunes State Park. Science Club has sponsored films on abor- tion, predator-prey relations and the importance of soil. Alumni and other speakers have come to talk about their area of specialty and to share some re- cent developments and discoveries in science. history of only three years, the student and faculty members are very enthusiastic about its continuing growth and about the three goals which it pursues. First, the members try to encourage each other as they develop a Christian perspective on history. This task, which is not easy, is best carried out as a community. Second, they are committed to discussing topics of current interest and to bring- ing Christian insight to debates that go on in the newspapers, through the media, and at Trinity. Third, the History Club tries to excite the campus community about public affairs, about world problems, and about being historians. l s X S. X Black Hzstorx Week Commzttee FRONT ROW Zantesah Ingalls MIDDLE ROW Liz Harrell Deb McCottrell Melanie Alexander Deborah Posey Gary Virtue BACK ROW floria Neal Barbara Clayton 2FI'SfH" in '40' Culturally ond Physically Fit Traditionally, Trinity holds an annual celebration of Cultural awareness. This year. Black History Week served that purpose. The Black History Week Committee was organ- ized and directed by Zantesah Ingalls and Melanie Alexander. As a group. this commit' tee arranged a week of activities which in- cluded guest speakers films and special music The week was a success bringing a real awareness to Trinitys campus ot the signiticance ot Blacks in our country and the importance of all races working together under God Black History Week provided a time of fellowship worship and appreciation among the diverse groups oi Trinity students Working with the PE department In tramural btaff organizes several sport ac t1v1t1es throughout the year These activities included Co ed boftball Men s and Women s Hoc Soc Womens and Coed Volleyball and Men s Basketball Responsibilities of the committee in clude opening the gym on the nights of activities officiating games and cleaning up equipment afterward The committee has served a great purpose tor Trinitys community providing organized enjoyable physical activity tor those interested in participating Intramural Staff Bob Huisman. Irene Ircyer Sherry Toppen, -Iohn Vroenewold Diane Pruim Bob Mabrey Dave Ribbens. L u , i, , ., 'wt n 4 p s -w w . I 1 - . c c c , . . , V 71 . . . .. I . . h . , 5 , . 7 'B 9 . ' . . ' . . . . . . , ' . I . w i . . s .- ' 1 1 - f .. ' . ' ' , . . . . . . c 5 , V . . .I , -. f . . . I . ' ' T1 7 N 7 i - 1 A . . , V , ., -k , , .. I v w Y , . I . . , I . , l , M- , ' s s . I - .Y . . , . 1 , s s V , V E . 'A , . ,M I F . c 43 I 1,,lVA 5 . . . . 1 V4 . , I ., ' 'iii ' I , ' Ia ,, Q , , v lb . ' dv ' 'i .. . ' I , fr .3 , ' v V 1 s L H I , 4 ' 1 V Sofe From Horm ond Hunger "Where's the beef?" This year Coronet Food Service, under the direction of Marshall True, provided beef and other fine edibles in the din- ing hall. As representatives of each residence hall, the students on Food Service committee met with Marshall, discussing menu possibilities and favorites. With student input, meals were planned, prepared by kitchen workers, and served by work-study students for the enjoy- ment of the Trinity population. Hats off to Mar- shall and Coronet for a year of mean cuisine. The Campus Security Staff serves the college in the evening hours from 10PM to 3AM. Each night of the week, two of approximately 13 members are on duty. They patrol the campus grounds checking buildings, doors, and vehicles, and cooperate with the Residence Staff, Palos Heights Police and Maintenance Department in handling a wide variety of unusual evening incidents. For the past two years the staff has been supervised by Dave Larsen, Dean of Students, and coordinated by student worker Tim Bergsma. Tim Bergsfa stops to check the door of the administration building as he patrols campus on security duty. W . ffl, i Kg bg .,. 1, iill 22 .... 1 ro H' qyuk, ll uf ',:'ib 9 . f n s'. Q,. 'R Ndif' Food Service Committee: BACK: Val Hoogewerf, Judy Geerdes, Jan Oosterhouse. FRONT: Marshall True, Jeff Eenigenburg, Connie Karahalios, Lazaro Santana. Security Staff: BACK: Terry Morris, Lazaro Santana, Kurt LeMahieu, Steve Chapman, Mike Pott, Mike Otte, Warren Batkiewicz. FRONT: Henry Hofman, John Groenewold, Zantesah Ingalls, Brian Ten Pass, Matt Eenigenburg, Tim Bergsma. NOT PICTURED: Ron Van Dongen, Jerry Mhoon, Bruce Ten Haken. PEOPLE Beth Elaine Armstrong Woodridge, Illinois Biology, Education, English, Special Education Mary Lynn Balfoort Dorr, Michigan Psychology, English, Sociology Anne Marie Buteyn Sheboygan, Wisconsin Medical Technology Kent Arthur Buteyn Sheboygan, Wisconsin Art, Business Administration Laura Jean Dale Glen Ellyn, Illinois 'Q ,M - -1 :.1m.m,if:: . - 1-2-6 i,,'.-sf'1:.:--,rf . ' -' frm- " f11':2-"-:':2 fs Q ,,,, , ,- ,gif WF., "'. English, Music, Education i N 'V ii' ' 2133" 2 Q 3 , ,sez ci l 34 91:'1w:w1: . J 's'g::-9.1-11: '. .- ' 2:2s. - , z , it ? , , James David Dees Schereville, Indiana Mathematics, Computer Science Julie Ann Elzinga Dees Schereville, Indiana Business Administration, Computer Science Robert Alan De Young Homewood, Illinois Business Administration, Accounting Vickey Lynn Doncer Palos Heights, Illinois Psychology, Sociology Calvin Edward Drenth Lansing, Illinois Business Administration, Marketing David Alan Dykstra Lynwood, Illinois Business Administration, Accounting 'QQ-'ll -H5 :-, :4,:,g,31. fi . f Ly '-, v gaze fr ,, , sam I f 3 if Wifi April Lynn Eizenga South Holland, Illinois Mathematics, Art Lisa Ann Evers Oak Lawn, Illinois Business, History, Philosophy Patricia Ann Glomb Palos Park, Illinois Psychology, Sociology Janet Lynn Hamstra Bradenton, Florida Business Administration, Psychology ' at -f f,, ,, ,life - '53 ff fslfa, f ' 'M M, A- V -a, r 2, r 'ix f 'fb , .,,., ,. A ,, ., as f' L , 1 A , pi -x g, 3 '- it 17 ..,. . , LL- ezcfmi, .4 Yu Shu Han Peoples Republic of China Mathematics Scott Robert Theune Sheboygan, Wisconsin Business Administration, Management F' 11 ffflvffl - 'ZW-BJ., M. ll" 'yo 'ilfdf W , , " f ' ner: QLSPQ41. , em, sf V. ff lf- ?5i2",:f1g:' i? "Pi-1. 41. . :Sl ' -if ' N fx fs' 153 l 36 i iw X, 'Mr - 5, I .' eg' , 2 2 'ff fib- V-UHF amide, 'QE 0 vb i rm -QQ? "saw ., e M., - il Leslie Ann Heiden Palos Heights, Illinois Business Administration, Management Nancy Jean Hoogstraten Burbank, Illinois Medical Technology Richard J. Leegwater Lynden, Washington Business Administration, Management Eric Mann Chicago, Illinois Cynthia Lynn Mooi Alsip, Illinois Business Administration, Accounting Craig Edward Mrazek Hickory Hills, Illinois Business Administration, Management Thomas Jacob Olthoff Lansing, Illinois Mathematics, Computer Science Scott Robert Paarlberg Crete, Illinois Business Administration, Marketing Gary Alan Ross Palos Heights, Illinois Theology, Music, Philosophy Lori Lynn Schneider Beecher, Illinois Physical Education, Theology William Thomas Schutt Western Springs, Illinois Business Administration, Accounting Kathleen Smith Orland Park, Illinois 38 . - - gy. ' U , , if .. ,f 7 .,-vi.-" .-'ff I if e 712.17 ,,', ' ' .1 'A J?-' - .yn f' ' '19 "al: 6. , f?ti5,Ev' 5-1: X I I Q . ' f"",,,y0 , Wye-- L ' 1 l 3 ,aff 7, E ..A, 'Q 'f-fbgfgivi pq? 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Berquist South Holland, Illinois Biology Christine Bibeau Chicago Ridge, Illinois Accounting Linda S. Boeringa Elmhurst, Illinois Mathematics . 'WJ 1 ,wi TE' J' ' U H 9 -2 , 1 L gg., ff fa me- ' ', 5 . Li, vi , -ff' ,il :,--"V 4 Qs,-Q ,I . i , .A,, .,, ., ., Vvuv , r 5 eiapif I -Y--. , -: WT gl ' - A " . ci, 31- A ,- , IPM, ' . Qi ' ' 1, 2 x fs. --Wil' 4 , ..5.Q-M5144 ,' 53.-, ,gg axis-xcgj Q . . '--1215 'ra vias? ,,,,, ,ff ,, .,4 1597 51:-ggi ., ,,- M-gg,-,At ,,,,,,.x.,7 :"7!ilL".T25 WK: 0 ' f it MQW I, sal jk L 'S tariff ,. 9? ,I- X , 1 nfs Cynthia S. Boomsma South Holland, Illinois Education Kristi J. Boss Blue Island, Illinois Nursing John E. Bovard Burbank, Illinois Accounting Marian Brandwyk Zwyndrecht, The Netherlands Nursing Kristen J. Brinks Grand Rapids, Michigan Pre-Medicine Ted D. Camphouse Palos Heights, Illinois Industrial Arts Education Joel G. Clousing Orland Park, Illinois Accounting S. Rebecca Corbin Orland Park, Illinois Nursing David B. DeBoer Oostburg, Wisconsin Business Administration Judy A. DeGraaf Prairie City, Iowa Nursing Gail A. DeMaster Oosthurg, Wisconsin Nursing Kathleen M. DeYoung Orland Park, Illinois Business Administration Deborah L. Dobben South Holland, Illinois Business Administration Carla J. Dykstra Alsip, Illinois Accounting Roger A. Dykstra Oak Forest, Illinois Accounting Janice J. Eells Oak Forest, Illinois Philosophy, Sociology 1: V,.,,..?,w ' 1 I x ""'h. 'x.'v '41 S nuff Y x sw -94' X .0 f-ii? Iris C. Eitel Tinley Park, Illinois Nursing Gloria J. Flathom Oak Lawn, Illinois Business Administration Amy S. Gabrielse Sheboygan, Wisconsin Physical Education Jean L. Geerdes-Fennema South Holland, Illinois Elementary Education Steven J. Goudzwaard Palos Heights, Illinois Accounting Dennis J. Greenfield Kalamazoo, Michigan Accounting John M. Groenewold Highland, Indiana Physical Education Jonathan M. Heiniger Oak Brook, Illinois Business Administration Dale R. Hillegonds Lansing, Illinois History Deanne L. Ipema Orland Park, Illinois Nursing Debra E. Johnson Broadview, Illinois Business Administration David W. Kamp Tinley Park, Illinois Elementary Education John R. Kamp Orland Park, Illinois Accounting Judy M. Kamp Oak Lawn, Illinois Physical Education Sherri A. Kamphuis Worth, Illinois Business Administration Janet G. Kasper Lansing, Illinois Accounting f li., :a i 2552251 -"I'I-'51-E1:t I" ' ff. 1-..fg.,,.1. A-. 1 'f . - - V-,1552211-2..zafifjil A is ' - riif' ' ' . Sz:.:.,3S'-I.fs,l.:--:a NMFS -A ef- 'XX -. - , ., V- . ' wa 'I -11.-Sifzfs . . 5' f I - ...tl . - ' s-:ers -1 -.-.......,- ,. :sez 11533, , x X K X -. : :5x'::31' ' X W! -Iv' K, N.,,,,,.,f' 9' 'W Donna J. Kerkstra Alsip, Illinois English, Nursing Scott P. Kilgore Oak Lawh, Illinois Accounting Deborah R. Kingma De Motte, Indiana Nursing Samuel T. Klementzos Oak Lawn, Illinois Sociology Steve A. Konings Milwaukee, Wisconsin Biology Rebecca R. Kroll Highland, Indiana Elementary Education J olee A. Lamparter Orland Park, Illinois Nursing Debra L. Lindemulder Alsip, Illinois Psychology, Elementary Education John H. Vant Hoff Randolph, Wisconsin Accounting Dale W. Visser Ontario, California Psychology Barbara L. Voogt Tinley Park, Illinois Business Administration Carole L. Voss Orland Park, Illinois Elementary Education Barbara J. Wigboldy Palos Heights, Illinois Nursing Susan J. Wiltjer Munster, Indiana Physical Education Dennis L. Wise De Motte, Indiana English, Secondary Education Sandra L. Workman Alsip, Illinois Nursing Nay 'J-'Ut' S TB. -wav! NY' S igiffwrvi 'W' 'WW it 29 195. ,rr ,JW .1 5 vt F 4 A fe " Y 1 5 I xx "Q Betsy J. Shear Fulton, Illinois Physical Education Nancy J. Shriey Riverdale, Illinois Nursing Lorraine Stoll Alsip, Illinois Nursing Lynette Vander Woude Alsip, Illinois Physical Education Brent Van Dyk South Holland, Illinois Accounting Kenneth A. Van Kampen Oak Lawn, Illinois History, Secondary Education Linda S. Van Karnpen Lombard, Illinois Business Administration, English June Van Milligan South Holland, Illinois Nursing John H. Vant Hoff Randolph, Wisconsin Accounting Dale W. Visser Ontario, California Psychology Barbara L. Voogt Tinley Park, Illinois Business Administration Carole L. Voss Orland Park, Illinois Elementary Education Barbara J. Wigboldy Palos Heights, Illinois Nursing Susan J. Wiltjer Munster, Indiana Physical Education Dennis L. Wise De Motte, Indiana English, Secondary Education Sandra L. Workman Alsip, Illinois Nursing fs?-lf' 1984 Seniors CNor Pictured? Peter Boonstra COrland Park, ILJ Gary Kunz COak Lwn, ILJ John Camphouse iPalos Height, IL Nancy Liszka fEvergren Park, ILJ Barbara Cesal fHickory Hills, ILJ Nathan Lubbers CSouth Holland, ILE Ann Mary Dykman CDundas, Ontarioj Daryl Poortinga QLansing, ILJ Frank Gipson fChicago, ILJ David Sieben iPalos Heights, ILJ Giesela Grumbach fChicago, ILl Michelle Stobinske iWorth, ILJ Scott Hendrickson fCalumet Park, ILJ A A h fi 1985 Seniors CNot Pictured? Sue Baker iChicago, ILJ Angeline Kroppj Timothy Beezhold 1A1sip, ILJ Judy A. Laning iOrland Park, ILJ Colleen G. Blaney fOak Lane, ILJ Erik G. Lubbers CSouth Holland, ILJ Denise A. Brander iAda, MD Marcia K. Medema fPalos Park, ILD Marilyn Cederlund CPa1os Heights, ILJ Cathy L. Peerbolte Rita Cibas fHickory Hills, ILJ John L. Pickerl lLisle, ILD John H. Clifton CHigh1and, IND Michael E. Pott iPease, MNJ Randy R. Danhour fPalos Heights, ILD Tammy L. Roorda iPosen, ILE Lynn D. De Bruyn fPal0s Heights, ILJ Jane M. Stevens fEvergreen Park, ILJ Deborah De Runtz fOrland Park, ILJ Patricia Stevens CSchaumburg, ILJ Matthew J. De Vries fOak Lawn, ILJ Steve Sytsma CChicago Heights, ILD Leona C. Flim fLethbridge, Canadal Timothy D. Van Baren fSouth Holland, ILE Donald R. Gerry lPa1os Heights, ILJ Kenneth J. Voogt fTinley Park, ILJ Jeffery K. Hoelzel iHickory Hills, ILJ William Vree CSouth Holland, ILJ David M. Klemm fElmhurst, ILJ James Bailey Duane Baker Kim Beckmann Juniors -ww 2 X 655 ' QE' 15 ' i N l X X3 X N X X 4 x 5 N X l , X . .M X ,. X 5 X Q Q ' -ml... .55 Sy.. x l l and A I Q' , -4 .N 4, ,Q ,iw , f Wifi 10 I 5 A. il 1' X X mv 5 'X YP' 'X X if fa' 'I Tim Bergsma Amy Broekhuis Maria Carey Donna Decker Debbie Eckwielen Irene Feyer Cynthia Finley Phil Foust John Freyer Dave Gartman Gayle Ginder Carolyn Greendyke 223.112-use .1 ' -R N N4 ,K fx Q x x xv 'h Q v x ix A ..., X . fx 9 .Q .6 -vi f 4 :C ,Q , MX K , ..-P --:we . 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Michael Pierce Cheri Pott Shelly Powley Diane Pruim Rodell Roberson Elizabeth Rose Jean Schaap Sandy Schaap Alyce Slager Randy Speelman Bruce Ten Haken Jan Terpstra , -ez, . -. 3 , ' ,X Xb -4 2' lm X i ,, X4 Ox - X YS' X xii W X . , X -I., v ef X xx fx P cf -- -1' , as li .QT Ei X 1 ,,. ,.-Q.. rfi"'?,a .4 A-L W .ji .iv f 3' a - kg 1Q"gi, ' "-. Ka: -K-.1.c1. ,, , , - ra .. V, 5 " vb X ' 5:1531 'S y ,.. ' M l 'K -vi . ' um' ' xv' C 5 ,N S, 'Q' r ,X 2 x x X ra , M .,:1e. , F? 1 4 4 he it My f - r 1l',fi?'. K 151.3 " fx: : ' -x .. :Fil-gzip.. 'gg'--. ' ' 'Q -A 5 1. -ff'-f 4 f ' ,..,::5 ge -5 ,1 ij , .-.. X V , , J l X? fc K Nw f ' e ' "ae I a, a :QQ 3:2 :1 '- ' A ,, K. 1 X '- ' .. K J wi! f. A ., ie, ,AW 49" ,eb Sin, gi' 5? -fa I, A , ' 12 x it g i i ii S X A E' S S Su Y' 5 ze 3 ga ' - . - - fm-x.g1fp.:.,g qq5g1.,:,11. f , ix-1-nw year, ' ri' ' SSVIQRSEXE Wfizg --.K X 1. , , ., .. 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Lisa Bergsma Not Pictured: Melanie Alexander Susie Allen Joseph Andracki David Ausema Sheri Blauw William Boersma Evelyn Cajacom Catherine Campbell Karen Dahl Cheryl De Boer Ken Deckinga Bill De Young Jay Earnshaw Rebecca Engelsma Marv Eylander Gerard Fritsch Jackie Greenwood Leslie Haas Tom Haas Greg Hacus Elizabeth Harrell Peter Hillmer Sylvia Johnson Marcia King Cathy Kingma Laura Kredit Dave Kruk Terry Lallky Todd Larson Lorna Mars Daniel Marx Cheryl Matson Jerry Mhoon Jeanette Mollo Jackie Nemec Dan Ottenhoff Louise Pconka Cindy Perry Val Terpstra Bruce Timmer Ron Van Dongen Leon Van Dyke Randy Van Schepen Kristy Van Til Larry Verhage Margaret Wierenga John Williams Steve Wisse Raymond Zaagman Afework Zellelew Frank Pesola Aurelio Picciolini Valerie Poortenga LaDrene Richards Robert Scavuzzo Laura Seeler Rick Stallinga Diane Terpstra Nancy Tigue Carol Van Dellen Sharon Vander Bilt Todd Vander Zee Steve Van Drunen Dawn Van Groningen Sharon Ver Velde Dale Visser Laura West Julie Westerhof Bonnie Wierenga Jim Wiltjer Sophomores Eric Bailey Karen Biarnesen Barbara Boer Ocie Booker , - - vw. -if-., ...,. T we-.za . 2 W' . 1:::g'-Sfsgigg 11 -fff :gl . vw., ,gr f -' -' f ' "2 'vi -as va-, life. M"l's?ef ,K wbgig ,A - i ff - , -"elf - -.-f ...L , r . I: "ik V ,P fi " :RX '1 5' Darrel Bruggink Brenda Buikema James Buiter Karen Buiter My 9' Q R W X ,QQ '- fag 5 , Q X N Ka X Q 1 iw 'N If 2 CS? ,. A 2- N at I 5- "' Y ' .ala - . . . H ,::?,,-:HE Cheryl Bulthuis Kim Bulthuis Mary Buteyn Michale Chatham Maria Conforti NM X is. l"" Laura Coyle ' " K - I-1 W rr ! 1:15:5:?a2E:j5:E:f ' "il: .,- ':f " a?i53 - f' Sieg- iff? '?' 1:1 , ., .- - - "efs4:5:: E , F 3 X 2 ,pl-Q, Nw 4 w Anita DeJong . ' gm.:-I., 'i '. 11. .X Us -Q, I 'W - . Henry DeJong KW J ii 'M Scott DeYoung Susan Drenth Laurel Eenigenburg Charles Evenhouse fe'-'M M' Pam Fiebig il Q 'E Judy Geerdes Roger Groenboom Jill Groenewold Henry Hofman David Howard Q new , ,.,, b 15 ::.E 'v-. 'QE' 'hx wif Bob Huisman Cheryl J anek William J aywheh Kristin Kerkstra Thomas Key Vaughn Lagastee Janice LeMahieu Dave Lemmenes Bob Lemon Daniel Los l 1-iffy 2, ' -f T., ,ii M .. 0 yj'-aa, -Luxe ,t f o o gi ls' le X '-D xr Q f J X. f N? l .f"'M X ' ' - '-M0 1, 1 .-sg-mmzag 'f 1112212 "H ' 222.7-51:Er.'5i2,f.' 'A ,K . , V ff- 9 - " H 4' 1 ' :phi N Q .313 5.35 Q as ff' fb if. ' ""' f1fLiE'.,:,ff-2. - A- V .,,. 3.15, ' -are-, . , ' at-Q' I V . . - 5 + D' 'A N 4 W' ..., , ,V QVV A 4: M ...L....,..,.,, . N ,N X, - 1 . 'V A ' V , -4' 'W' 1.: X 1' va Bob Mabrey Daniel Marx Karine McNicholas Dawn Mehrens Alisa Menninga Katie Montsma Gloria Neal Desiree Ouwerkerk Mickey Perez Deborah Posey Linda Schaap Bill Slager Jacqueline Valence Diane Smits Thomas Solle Kristy Tamminga Calvin Timmer L A A - -.5 .... . ,K 'W l li Deb Tjaarda i f l 3 X ,v 5 Sherry Toppen Gwen VanderTuin Joy VanderVliet Audrey Vasicek Sally Visser Jeff Wandersen vffjfil JU' Zwsi ,Mfg Nj-V: . . ,-5 . ' 42:1 fr' - gg:-. 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Anthony Harris Jill Jeffers Roberta Katt Anthony Kesner Mary Kmiec Dan Leo Nancy Meyer Ruth Nelson Dan Post Yolanda Rivera Kimberly Russell Kristine Weidenaar Mac Wiener Sarah Wilson Beth Wiltjer Lynaia Schaap-Greenfield Pete Schipma Stella Scott Tearey Simpson Doug Smith David Thornberry Hector Vasquez Sue Vriesman Timothy Vroom Stevan Vuckovic Lisa Wierenga Annie Wright Freshmen Larry Abel Annette Almen Daniel Applegate Kenneth Bakker Walter Barney Gina Beninato Tim Boerema Donna Bosma Sally Bosma Shari Bosman Julie Brabec Thomas Breems Laura Broekstra Debra Brooks Elisabeth Brown Christina Burgess Edwin Caraballo Stephen Chapman 9,4 X-A ,- N we A ,,..., -eff 1' 6- 'ag fa.- ,J -it 3 , -'E-fillii -w, J 1541 4 v 8 :SZ A f is 'Q "S: ar f "Wm, -em..-I .mms h ""' ' ' V' , A -, fi. V, if - -M21 WILD' ,mf ,c f pf!-7 Wi? 1 ?' .gslff , - z-ii p:.--,uzzvz-1 as 1 ,W , s +4-gggggzs i iff "lg "" 5' mW" f V - 3'1,1,,:, f xi?-1 .. 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' ,Af .1 - .X . ,, - 'A 3, x 11' -gnu' Picture Not Available '!.'F"9l 9.--1 i I i 'vilc J e1l" 1, .L Eg,- xi? 5 X .,,,-f is XX - s 1' H ' x Q se ' X M-my - . my ' N. ...:q2.. 6, ,,,. ., :.:V 1 . 'Zn . . , , ETS as 5 .,,, gs! - - Xi N, s l 4 is 1 s gf J, 1-hy. -wifi Not Pictured: Mark Arendt James Ashley Anthony Bates Brian Bilthuis Thomas Blum Robert Boersma Sherri Browder Jimmy Corbin Joe Crane Chris Curgian Craig De Blaey Timothy Dekker Nancy Edwards Allen Evenhouse Carl Fields III Brigitte Fuqua Tracy Greidanus Reginald Harris Chris Howell Douglas Hromada Yolanda Johnson Ken Kamphuis Deborah Kelly Hang Kim Kevin Krejca Mark Lammers Seok Lee Phil Leo Debra McCottrell Belete Mekonen Dennis Muhm Lisa Murai Kimberly Tuuk Dawn VanderWoude Jacquie VanDyke Wang Vang De-Ann Vegter Gary D. Virtue Jill Voskuil Tom Voss Sharol Walker Wendy Walvoord Chris Wierda Dawn Wolterink Alison Zeilenga Catherine Zelhart Daphne Olander Michael Otte Michael Patrykus Druanne Patterson Philip Ridgell Overna Roberts Robert Robles Janet Rosendale Michael Ruffalo Annie Rufus Lazaro Santana Steven Sonne Carl Sterken Robert Vos John Williams Faculty ond Administration Dr. Kenneth Bootsma College President Mr. John Bakker Art Mr. Dick Cole Psychology Mrs. Lois Cole Physical Education Dr. Norman De Jong Education Mrs. Sandy De Jong Aerobics Mr. Michael De Vries Psychology Dr. Daniel Diephouse English Mr. Doug Eckardt Theology Dr. Robert Eells HistoryfPolitical Science - Dr. Jack Fennema VP - Administration Mrs. Nancy Fennema Alumni Relations Mrs. Susan Fulkerson Accounting Mr. Ronald Hansum Supr. of Computer Services Ms. Grace Huitsing English Ms. Elizabeth Klaassens Nursing Mr. Richard Kooy Mathematics! Computer Science xv! QL A X Q QTXQXV is X, ' of 'Uh ' v . 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Q f X N 'W rf T i Q Mr. Mark Ward Business Mr. Robert Wolff Biology Mr. John Kooyenga BusinessfEconomics Mr. Dave Larsen Dean of Students Dr. Robert Rice History Ms. Lois Roelofs Nursing Mr. John Roose Philosophy Dr. Burton Rozema VP Academic and Student Affairs Mr. Hendrik Sliekers Dir. of Library Services Mrs. Katherine Sliekers Nursing Mr. Daniel Sytsma Music Dr. Lou Sytsma Chemistry Ms. Constance Turner Nursing Mr. Edward Vander Weele Registra1'fEducation Dr. Gerrit Van Dyke Biology Dr. Harold Van Kley Chemistry Not Pictured Dr. Robert Boomsma Biology Mrs. Maxine Groen Dir., Dept. of Nursing Dr. Maarten Vrieze Philosophy RIGHT: PUBLIC RELATIONS - Linda Bieze, Bill Worcester, and Louise Pconka. J' in BELOW: BooKsToRE- Betty Kerkstra. LOWER RIGHT: LIBRARY- I I '1-t-1 Lois Boonstra and Jean Strong. Sroff -2-1'-1.-rw-rl.,-' ,p-gf,-,, A' M' ,QM .Qs 'QQ ily,- A - 1, . , ,A wife, I A-H R2 LEFT: FOOD SERVICE - BACK - Val Zawizsa, Dodie Schulz, Dottie Tillman. FRONT - Shirley Payne and Marshall True. BELOW: DEVELOPMENT - Bill Worcester, Joan Cannon, Larryl Humme, Dr. Charles W. Schoenherr, and Judy King. NOT PICTURED - Ruth Schurman. LZ 4 'E u ,, . ,-5 vi .111 1 RIGHT: BUSINESS - FRONT: Bernice Balsan, Lois Thomson, BACK: Marilyn Wiltjer, and Tom Vloedman. BELOW: FINANCIAL AID - Betty Bultsma. BELOW RIGHT: ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIES - Doris Slager, Chris Huizenga, and Celeste Dougherty. X I News If LEFT: ADMISSIONS - Ruth De Groot, Dave Troup, Susan De Vries, Russ Otten, and Barb Clayton. BELOW: MAINTENANCE - FRCNT - Nick Crescenzo, Jerry Dyke, William Hollaar. BACK - Kaye Le Mahieu, Marsha Wolterink, Butch Bergman, and Chuck Wagner. RIGHT: FACULTY SECRETARIES - FRONT - Ann Boerema, Dorothy Boersma. BACK - Bonnie Decker, and Nancy Rupp. BELOW: Vries. Administration Secretary Alice De S fi' -... 1 . . .Vx ,, B A 1 . , 7 . wp, Q:w33m. w zfs.-rm:-. .. " . , ' ' -,f - ' 1 ' - 1. f- ' 4' 3' "if , . '- ' :., " . .- ff. .A Q15 gg.. F. ,, Q . 3:41 1 , , . , .5' h ff. ,,,, I Sgr it :..3:i5' f iff , 'v 31 , S -5 ' , A ,I - f -' , A -A f WL f , X S? R 4' 4 rg., 1 XR, , it Q r S X Y ATHLETICS . rols lnrromurols lnrromurols lrirromurolsg T' ,,', :ir "-:""' -E ' "A'1. . :-' ffffg., .,.- "x' ,. ' in E: L vul -'.,. S K The year opened with co-ed 16-inch, O ' , is I ' one-pitch softball. Teams consisted of 8 to f , 15 players. The rules called for everyone to r A I .1 V--: . I , bat in each inning, receiving one pitch 5 if to -ri g if from a pitcher of his own team. Games ' g E 1 were scheduled Monday through Thurs- 'A --A day, with 2 night games played. The Winn- ' ing team was the "Wild, Wooly, Whooping Q P Llamasf' If fi .-., E, , it . , y.ry r'4evi . . ' N ' . ' 2' " "" ' I? ""-, '.-' f 455551. i 4 , ,, , , x ' .V 4 vgv, is ,.y , 9 y yg,V . V A g.1- .,r, . , . :W , V4 'A 'Cv VM .v3,- , V x , A A V-l,Il Q 4 - ui. , ,d I 2, V . ,y i ,V If V A3 , A J -zf ' :I :Wir 'v,' ' A , , 17' E " 'sf ,"i 6 , ' if , "2- . ' . ' fi.. .A V V . V 'V ,.v,v. Q54 ,I , tt'.i "r' 2 Viuv -. A . 1 " M ' i"i .,'V,l 1 ,var - --,f J .,, W ZW. . 5. -. ...gf V -:,. IIVI 3 :-, :img ZQV 'vzl 1 iavt' - 1 -- '- ' ,L ., awww MN-..,, H-Mg vvlvv if Ja ,,.,, V ,A jr ,EZ-3 :V Allv .Q Qfwijnj V :xiii H :..,,5:iu4,.g iff. - ' V-,. gg: ' 151-.:. igyw gt' :V f T l r-,, O, , f trni V 75 E . r'.r' aerrrr . ,il. 2 f 'v,- at -vfv . I riy- ,,",'s,, " if ABOVE: Karen Buiter goes to show that women are sometimes better than men as she grabs the ball while Bill DeYoung looks on. ABOVE RIGHT: Sharla Haringa grips the bat in determination to hit the one pitch. ABOVE LEFT: Ray Rivera is safe after his fan- tastic slide. BELOW RIGHT: "I don't really care if you got on base" says champion-team member Diane Smits to Mac Wiener. W, Wild, Wooly, Whooping Llamas: Sorry, no team photo available. 74 4? A il" gif E if M, .,. , 1 lnrromurols lnrromurols lnrromurols Infr 1 l Rib's Kids: Lori Schneider, Deb Ribbens, Sue Dees, Jan Terpstra, Lin- Ep da Boeringa, Nancy Pruim. CENTER: Diane Pruim. -,1 I A D '11 1 A F 'fl Q s I Q 3 .. . Q I "" 'A . J ar' W 5 M ff WW' 420 mf' , 1 The DC II's: BACK ROW: John Groenewold, .li Judy Kamp, Bill Schepel, John Vant Hoff. FRONT ROW: Brenda Kamp, Brent Van Dyk, 3 Becky Kroll. 3,, ..:... 4 ..1..,.., .ft Us . Klum - M W --W" ,cv Women's Co-ed Volleyball A popular intramural sport with one of the highest turn-out ratios is volleyball. Each team consists of 6-12 players. The spirit of enthusiasm runs high and many turn out to participate. ,ga 3l? K -vw wmmqf.-,.. ww... P as . 45- W 18,5 ! .. Q ABOVE: Donna Greendyke and Steve Workman can only hope that Dave Lemmenes will get a good hit. FAR LEFT: The net is a nice place to meet. LEFT: Judy Kamp shows off her natural volleyball form. 75 Inrromurols Inrromurols lnrromurols Inrr Hoc-Soc 1 4 Q ' .Q ,K ' ,ati ' , .2 4 -env ' -' , 4172. .,S!','27" 1- f 2 - I, 1' 1:5 -1 .arf-'ff 3 . -I 5 fi - -ff if . ' 1 L -' E f 1 'I:5,- , if-'V " e A W 54 'fm 1 7 2 f 2 , 1 A Q. ' ,, '7'5 iff" 'xi 40" 6 'N . j,:,- M"'i 'Wee 1 ' 1 5 2 , ' Q' ' 17 I 5 f A I M- .L mf QJM V , The Gerber Kids: TOP ROW - Deb Tjaarda, Betsy Shear, Kaye Le Mahieu. MIDDLE ROW - Donna Decker, Lynnie Vander Woude, Linda Schaap. BOTTOM ROW - Amy Gabrielse, Deb Dobben, Lynn De Bruyn. NOT PICTURED: Bonnie Gier. ,fi A. .' M ABOVE RIGHT: Linda Schaap and Anne Bu- teyn try a jig as they go for the ball. ABOVE: Kaye Le Mahieu blocks out Kris Kerkstra's pass reception. CENTER RIGHT: The ball takes a mighty kick from Kristi Boss. RIGHT: The "Krazy Kickers" plan their strategy? K 4 14, f..,...,,. 'f , 'rfzff-an ' " A ,. ig' I f-Q an 3 .., A A , We 1 V W ,..,,. .,.-..,......,,.. fini, 5 X MQW ""1Svim,'c4 744-:nm Mm 3M ,Ie 4 'F-.. xx I 'ar iw 76 mx , "f-. Nh 'X-. W gnrrornurols Inrromurols lnrromurols lnrroi A favorite intramural sport for both men and women is indoor soccer, or Hoc-Soc. "Professional" or amateur soccer players can play this type of soccer. Playing off the ceiling and walls provides action that does not stop for players and for spectators who dare to watch. The "Gerber Kids" posted a 2-O win over the tournament Cinderella team "Krazy Kickers" in the women's final, and the "BB Bombers" became this year's men's champions by winning an exciting 3-2 overtime battle. r y , i 2 1 5 x f I ,F ' 3, 'QW 4 K rl., . yr .MW BACK ROW: Mark Herron, Dave Beezhold, Cal Timmer, Warren Batkiewicz, Bruce TenHaken. FRONT ROW: Bruce Timmer, Henry Hofman, Mac Wiener, Steve Goudzwaard. , Midzfi' --womb .,.vN - g 5 ., wi 8: --. ., .sf , xx xg ' jg ' 2 4.4 , jg , T rm, ,f N ' I . at . ,,.,, N, ., ,....q.,. . A1.b41.' Q ' Q-1 4-riff x Q34 4 -1, ' 4 3 if i n inne if . af ABOVE LEFT: Henry Hofman and Afework Zellelew try the new Trinity dance. ABOVE: Appreciation must go to Dan Bergsma and John Groenewold, and all referees who suffered through "ref"-ing the rough Hoc-Soc games. BELOW LEFT: Ken Voogt stops the champion BB Bombers team from getting another goal, but couldn't stop them from becoming champs. BELOW RIGHT: Steve Goudzwaard gives the ball a mighty kick as Cal Timmer looks on with relief that it isn't coming toward him. YQ Z R l ' g P M - EFF' , ,MQ as rss., " - If - .3 ,Qi ,iz-.. j Q 3,39 4 55 1' fri rols lnrromurols lnrromurols Inrromuro Gil. Men's Basketball Intramural basketball had two leagues to accommodate all men of the student body, faculty, and alum- ni. For experienced players who needed a challenge, there was an ad- vanced league. This league's cham- pions were "The Good oli' Boys," an underdog team from Wisconsin. There was also a recreation team for those who had not had as much basketball background yet still wanted to participate. The cham- pions of the recreation league were "Club Cheap Suits" - winners by forfeit. E is swirl .,,,. ,,,,, , . . . is 1 r ' me . N. l A .N .M W :zany ' .,'- -as ,.,., W ' ww, x wi., - Www Club Cheap Suits: BACK: Bob Mabrey Darrell Bruggink, Charlie Evenhouse. MIDDLE: Dan Los, Eric "Tiny" Bailey, ABOVE: Darrell Bruggink and Jim Dykstra go for the ball. LEFT: The Good ol' Boys rush down the court to make a basket. RIGHT: John Vant Hoff lifts off with the greatest of ease. FAR RIGHT: They can only watch in unbelief. BOTTOM RIGHT: Steve Wisse attempts a 15 foot jump shot as ' +V ff' Q . ,K . ,. ' 1" fa..- '71 . 7 J' 1 M, .f fl f f ,-MN Brian Bilthuis can only A 5- A M' . " 72:-21!r...... look on. Q- , ff.,, A Q WW . B . 92-9 '1' .. ' .l 3:21 . . ze 5 K - : F ltffig rj Randy VanSchepen. FRONT: Edwin Caraballo. 78 The Good 'ol Boys: BACK: John Vant Hoff, Don 3 Slager, Scott DeYoung, Steve Wisse. FRONT: Bruce Ten Haken, Dave Gartman, Randy Gartman. A 'fax +2 K x ff? X fluff' "'l its i... ig: .f, Dig it -N V , QM , Ris k N - N. , wiv-P We X ta . y Q. X if ii it t 1 -ms,-:ssh . , r ...r wfmx A - H lr . . . . .. ll . . 'vw X A, L: Q. xi Xff X 112142: X96 'Q 'Si , . 51 .ln sbs St X WN X . . ,,,,. . . . - as Q rs so Q 1 .. ..., 1 -'-1 - . ,- . "N ' 5 . ks si' Trolls' Soccer Moves Indoors l W, . 9 Q V ,V :iii Indoor soccer provided literally off-the- 25 fifth I Q . wall excitement as a "club" sport during l 1 QM 'gf' f the winter and early spring. The men's M M579 s il' team, largely comprised of players who had 45 "" M 1 . I . q ' A 1' w been on the outdoor team, posted a respec- - rs Q table showing at each of several tour- -if u' ,V naments and had as the highlight of their - season a trophy-clmching flrst place v1c- f 4 tory over Trinity Deerfield on February 16 ' wg in the Mitchell Memorial Gymnasium. , The first-time-ever womenls team hosted 1 ' one tournament and came away with one victory, as did the "Alumni" team, put together the night before as a replacement for the absent Trinity Deerfield. ff' , A ., r . X : y Q A , ' --ff-- --4 ' " 5 ., ' .vm If ' ...,.,.,.., I hh -N -WM ...fi 'M' I ' I V r ' l f ' , I . I 9 Wim-y,.s,..., ..f1.' V- A-nun ,,.v ,.f,?,.s,,,l 9Y fw4w.afs-awa,'91g:t,Y l . V 0 A 'sa ' , -1... ' - A ' 1 ' ! :ZZ 2,23 2' " ' ' 2 M42 'J A s Q .. 1 META' V 'w ,,,g .,r, , ,Vi ,.V,e,lr . . .,r, 1'l,- f ' Dwell will ' ' ' 7 A' fi, ..,,.....4. l pf W2 ,- TOP: The Lady Trolls "high five" their victorious opponents. CENTER ABOVE: Bob Huisman "knees" the ball away from the opponent. ABOVE RIGHT: Pam De Graaf challenges the University of Illinois forward as team- mates Jill Groenewold and Amy Broekhuis look on. ABOVE LEFT: How high Randy Bergsma flies as he kicks the ball with his all. LEFT: The Trinity "Alumni" team readies for action. ABOVE: The men's team rejoices after scoring another goal. 9,, Boby Huey Cv The Lady Trolls volleyball team will remember the 1984 season with the greatest of memories as the team finished second in the na- tion according to the NCCAA On- ly a tough George Fox team stopped Trinity from gaining the national title in the tourney at Trinity Christian The Lady Trolls finished the year with 27-11 record the Elite Eleven Spike Agoin lbvt kv S N Q-4 1' 'ii' y c t il-as E ar 3 K E' E, 5: t X ,fri wg . WP? A ,A H my in 1 lg an G 5 ' l N X G E-Zi r if Ii wb i X waded' was Tix 5x fx fe 4 'cf A P 5 R 337' . X . - - .1 A a . it including a nine-match regular season winning streak and an im- pressive 11-match play-off win- ning streak that led Trinity into the national finals. Trinity posted a fine 18-2 record in home mat- ches, a school record. Perhaps the biggest victory was at nationals when Trinity defeated Marion College, last year's national runner-up, in two straight games. Coach Lois Cole won her 150th career match this season, and l FRONT ROW Cleft to rightl - Brenda Kamp, Sue Vriesman, Margaret Postmus, Deb- bie Lindemulder, Judy Kamp, Sue Dees, Sharla Haringa fmanagerl. BACK ROW - Coach Lois Cole, Deb Tjaarda, Jan Terpstra, Kristy Tamminga, Irene Feyer, Mary Bu- teyn, Assistant Coach Bill Schepel. Trinity's fine seniors, Judy Kamp and Debbie Lindemulder, were named to both the NCCAA All- District team and the NCCAA All-Tournament team unanimously. 1 alfr V K RIGHT: Spectators applaud another great play by the "elite eleven". BELOW: The team rallies around Debbie Lindemulder who has just received Most Valuable Player of the whole NCCAA tour- nament award. JD -1 . I. n, F V g ll! ' X if EW A I xg' "L' QSXW 80 w ,4 Ania. rf fM.iii25f'55 5 if BL, el i N3 Qtljiiiiif W ' E371 "2 6058? 1 PGGL A as is Ki? , ., . '35 X A Fi- "r, 'I ,LUV . 1 W - . . I . II F , S I ' . " ' ?f .':1 X is If 4:-.: Q ' E yy tb gl x X X 1 X " "x' . I' 1' ":A' 2 'E 'rw x,,.,A i.Mw.,..IXT1TJ.g .,,... ,Mit r ju po- rwmu .V - .,, ...W-MW F? 1 4 LEFT: Margaret Postmus gets ready to receive the ball after an essential block by her teammates. BELOW: Deb Tjaarda shows the opposi- tion the correct form for setting a ball. A, 1 , V . ,,,",.,ltF4nii-:cn - , if 15' .K V ,gvj4t'a,f ll Q' I ,- .I ' af,"-frrift Q iv .- 4' H av av 4:2 ananllunllillf I . hy y ix ' 11.51 ' . - me H4 sf E2222:-EEL-'EEEEEEEEL-rfr-EEEE2r'r-' I-I P-I L" O na ua m m . 4,- 'J4 ,. Scorecard Aurora Lake Forest North Central Purdue University Trinity Judson Wheaton DePaul University Bethel St Mary s Moody Bible Hope Judson ONC Northwestern ONC Elmhurst Adrian Albion Calvin Central Westland ONC Marlon Houghton Anderson George Fox Total 27 Wins 1-2 1-2 3-2 ' ' 3-0 ' ' 3-0 3-0 3-O A i 0-3 1-2 . ' 1-2 IIT 3-0 North Park 3-0 ' 2-0 2-0 1-2 ' 2-0 ' 2-0 ' 1-2 2-0 2-0 ' 2-0 2-0 2-1 0-2 L Toles of the Trolls Gools Using the theme "Going For More in '84," the men's soccer team faced one of its toughest seasons. Re- bounding back from the injury- riddled 1983 campaign, the '84 squad ended the year healthy, but more im- portantly, winners. The Trolls, led by All-American John Groenewold, fought their way to a 9-8 final record. Although bowing out of the NCCAA tournament in the second round to Grand Rapids Baptist, Ribbens' team was marked by their aggressive play and a spirit that would not quit. When asked to comment on the season, Coach Ribbens said, "It was the best season ever, but we can look forward to '85." Besides Groenewold, three other players were selected as all-district players. They were Afework Zellelew lJr.J, William "Bowee" Jaywheh lSo.l, and senior Steve Goudzwaard. In addition to being selected for the NCCAA All- American team, John was the first player ever selected for honors out- side ofthe NCCAA. John was named by area coaches to the All-Midwest and All-Illinois Colleges and Univer- sity teams. .4 - se fqwf' ABOVE: Loyal supporters of the soccer team came rain or shine to enjoy an ex- citing game. RIGHT: One interesting aspect of Trinity's soccer team is that it is our only inter- collegiate sport that is coed. BELOW: Afework Zellelew goes on the at- tack as John Groenewold and Randy Bergsma race on. x -as afar '. " n . A-.f". V"v 9 . 'V, , - J , '3'v.,a, Q. 19- , Eff cf f" Q zf 2' ' 7 A v ' - .e 77' al". ' , 'Ea 6 J at .. ,I A .. ,I-A l A , 1 b V lllii V. A, , . 4' jvwzp. f ,T . ,fa I --'-1 f .. swf: A " " J - "" ,',' T ,. 6 ' ,. 4 -L ,.": ' ,. - . , , - " ' v ' ' , ,Q , lf . ,E V . . X , f . 1 H " gf Q Msoi-3 Q V b 2-.:- V - .H - - ....,:-' .r ,,, EN vwwwwwv'-. Piwiwxwwshiiesmasus-sg.vamp-xwwsgsfwai- :afsa2Kwfwmwwawks BACK ROW - Afework Zellelew, William Jaywheh, James Stech, Steve Goudzwaard, Randy Bergsma, Bob Mabrey, Henry Hofman, Pamela DeGraaf, Coach Dave Ribbens. CENTER ROW - Cal Timmer, John Groenewold, Bob Lemon, Bob Huisman, Scott DeYoung, Chris Wierda, Steve Konings, Jonathan Hewitt. FRONT ROW - student trainers Lisa Bergsma and Amy Broekhuis. LEFT: Trolls celebrate another goal enroute to another victory. - BELOW: Bob Mabrey and Bowee , Jaywheh can only look on as their team- mate Henry Hofman takes a shot at the goal. ' ' 1 :free :Sze , gf'-2-'2'2.'fw Zfwf M jf," Lag ' 5' , ' A -1 5 ' g:,.:f-. , ,RZ Q ' "if: .. ,. . -. ,WM ,:f ,g:f..,,-. 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Vernon -el - Judson ..-. -- V North Central - 'i"""'1 "'mM"' ' "" "'ij'g i j:, ' ar- North Park - as W , UNC 1 Dordt - 5. X " , ,I Bethany Luth. -.. Moody -I Bethel -a M --- W- ---- ,..-...w,,, ,.,, ,HM G.R, Baptist - '-' -'df-M -- -' --W'-A-v---ms-W ---f- -- -V-T:-y WM...-....., ,, ,, bww.- Total -V Mf If 9 Wins 8 Losses if . ' 4. f E -W M Q M ,fuv.vf- ' ,. Q. zaf xg fail ah Ac. 4 as I .A :give .. N33 sf ' F' U1 8 3 0 Q ff ::ii:z:z.:::i2:z:: O- M. .ml .. The 1984-85 Lady Trolls basket- ball team had an interesting mix of experienced players for first-year coach Dave Ribbens. Due to a great deal of hard work, the squad finished the season with an 11-10 record. The highlight in the early part of the season was a second place finish in the Rockford Col- lege tournament. In January, the Lady Trolls had a strong effort in a 58-56 road loss to a strong Hope College team and in a 59-55 win over Elmhurst College, whom they had not defeated in four seasons. The best series of performances occurred in early February when the Lady Trolls won five of six games with the only loss being an eight point loss to St. Louis University - an NCAA Division I school. Included in that win streak was their first title in their own Midwest Cup tourney. This year's team featured fine career-ending performances by seniors Betsy Shear, Lynnie Vander Woude, Judy Kamp, Sue Wiltjer, and Deb Dobben. H113 We-"-'2P'f' , 5:3 ff 1, "Ribs" Keeps . LEFT: Lynnie Vander Woude shoots one-for-one from the line. BELOW: Judy Kamp uses her height advantage to pass over the George Williams guard. LOWER LEFT: Deb Dobben attempts to sink the free throw. li " ,. Q2 " X ,, : ' - s if W ' 'A M" . .mvwsm .,,. .-me ' --'-' ' - ww 'ff' W ' Kwik: A m -.'.', , x.,4 iw x A.:,. I - N 5' digg, Szzigik .1 . , 4, "-'- 52225 1 gpg: ' , ' I lf , 2" R' ' "' 0 .' -,X - - fs E , dr lgl... Mx --V aa ,Q 113 1, r aw. -V .5 v.,.. 1 I I I, Q' W h I - ., ,xg .V J iii A' V I 1,. Q , an , 'e 4.. Sami ,.... X ,. .4 X Qi V' -- 2 d 1 ' h ' lil, 3, iv 1, 1 It 1 QU fi 251 233 f ' ' F , -' f i 2 t 4. . M E K , ., t 3 V- Y 5-I M ' ..,, -W . 4. '.ati 1 i ' ' I i" ' J 1 ti" -I ., , I 2 R - , """" , "-"':'- L 1 , i, kr , K -. - - lgg . BACK ROW: Coach Ribbens, Amy Broekhuis, Sue Wiltjer, Kim Bulthuis, Betsy Shear, Deb Tjaarda, Diane Pruim. FRONT ROW: Sharla I-Iaringa, Deb Dobben, Judy Kamp, Margaret Postmus, Lynnie Vander Woude, Jill Groenewold, Kristy Tamminga. His Lodies Shooting Y 7',ilff2L,,j5 A ,R I is ,T 4 1 ,f,mWW97WwMlW?',,,,,, Ig , ' l ff in 'qs 1 ,M awww l flew, 5, 2 zfffiss :nw I L , in J ' vw 5 f TZ af . -' 25 , at . 'R 3 ABOVE: Lynnie Vander Woude .searches for an open team member to pass to. RIGHT: The llrady Trolls anticipate a battle ,or the boards against George lWilliams. BELOW: Lynnie Vander Woude fights for the ump ball while her teammates ook on. 'l" W 5, nuff-4' Z' A J, y my-W , ff f .fm if 1, W 3' Y :Wann-. .ff Q , , , W, Q E' tg, , 'M -ways. , www, W an ukf V"' li Q ' WW Ap, , . -.kfaaohff Scorecard Rosary Natlonal College of Educatron Belolt Rockford Trmlty Calvln Dordt Hope Chicago State Unlverslty Elmhurst Aurora North Park Marlan Lake Forest St Louls Umversxty Ollvet Nazarene George Wrlhams Grace Concordla Tflnlty 58 68W 52 65L 44 34W 52 58L 67 55W 57 80L 54 66L 56 58L 70 60W 59 55W 6176L 46 59L 72 70W 68 58W 6169L 65 54W 65 56W 46 66L 716ZW 56 69L Total W 12 L 10 Blaclcburn 67-48 W Mens Basketball: "An Gff Bear Year" The 1984-85 campaign for the men's basketball team was one of transition that saw four seniors play major roles in the team's success. While the team saw many young players looking for playing time and was undergoing a midseason coaching change, the stability of seniors Randy Danhour, Bill Vree, Dan Ottenhoff, and Jon Heiniger led Trinity Christian to a 10-20 record. The Trolls finished in fourth place in the Lake Michigan Conference with a 7-7 record. The early season highlight was Trinity Christian's first victory ever over Concordia College of Wisconsin 83-79 in Me- quon. The second semester highlight was a five game winning streak in February. lt started with the Trolls' first victory ever over Marian Col- lege of Wisconsin 82-75 in Fond du Lac. They defeated Marian College again just two weeks later. The Trolls entered the NCCAA district tournament giving a gutsy perfor- mance at Judson College before fall- ing to a 69-60 decision. -'tl' -as wg , ',,,. a I 7 iiii 3 '- -.argl - ABOVE RIGHT: The adrenaline begins to flow as the team breaks from the huddle. LEFT: The referee is sure of his call. BELOW RIGHT: Coach Ot- tenhoff points out the major game strategy. l ' 9 --HZIIIHIUIEHUHZ ,W Tony Bates Darrell Bruggink Tim Buikema, Randy Danhour Jon Heiniger, 1984-1985 Trolls Roster lphoto not availablel Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Jerry Mhoon Dan Ottenhoff Chris Wierda, Jim Wiltjer Bill Vree, Guard Forward Forward Forward Center 2nd Semester: Wally Ottenhoff Coach lst Semester: Russ Otten lil ABOVE RIGHT: Trolls go in for a rebound. RIGHT: Randy Danhour takes a flying leap to see over the obstacles in front of him. . -ta, .,.,,-lffzwlwowewwfww-4 QI ' ' MM, ,,1,,m,,.,,-.,h-.-ff-M , sn., ,,,.M.fy-f--ye!" .al A iw'-'ki - .1 A 6-r l G Vi' 1 ' gy, 7 I .a W , Q ik' ,A I .FSS x X ir. X J sh 'QI I .',. , ig? J L I , - f V , ...tz awaken" :,- Wim . ..,. , 4 --vl I y Ht y. ii QUQ Pie . -f1:: ,ff ,rairaf --:' QEIEEEE ,aaefi ri ' Q fggii Q23 ' 'tg A+' ff-1" Q Z 1 ww, 1 P ee- ear' be , - G raull 'M'wWw' revise al: nm A I . ' is-f gin-.ef-I givin! -9 5831 3 Scorecard Trlnltx Rosarl Covenant Lat range Post Maranatha Baptist Concordia Moodv Blhle Institute Judson Bethel Aurora UlIlV9l'HIIVllfII1LlldlId Calvin George Williams Olivet Navarene Milwaukee School ol I- lIglIIE'6l'IIIl., Lakeland Contor I8 UDIVQTNIIV ol C hltago Northwestern Marian Elini Card1nalStrulth Maranatha Baptnsl Milwaukee Sth o Moody Bible Institute Northwe tern Marian ludl. n neineerung, 1 1 1 t 1 5 TOTAL W 10 L 20 3 71+ 74 .- g 76- 96 84- 89 i Htl- 84 .' 49- So ' 88- 79 , 734- 69 , ' t ' 257- 74 , 5 70- BI 74- 83 ' BO-IU5 ' .- , 'I A IOV- 6:4 ' Htl- 88 ' ' . fill- 7I ' , 73- 98 ' C' i I A 4 ' 87- 99 ' BH- 88 CardinalSlrilL'h 65- 75 f ' Cl' 68- 85 ' A y ' - al. 71 5 66- 71 ' A 82- 75 6-I-Illll I' ' ' if A ' HI- 66 ' . 96- 79 ' f ool IIC V ' ' 92- 7U 3 ' . ' 94- 71 's 56- 57 L I' 7Il- 712 . Jo flll- V9 U it Borrer-Up' The Trinity baseball club finish- ed its second season with three wins and six losses. Next year the club will become a varsity sport. Highlighting the season was a 7-4 A 4 y L g M V, - l victory over George Williams Col- fi lege, the team's first win over a , . , - , , . N., -fi gleam. ,, X , .As varsity baseball team. Bob e -1 it Q' - Huisman was the team's leading hitter with a .471 average, and Ed- , , H. 2' W win Caraballo knocked in seven runs. Scott De Young pitched in two-thirds of the games and helped to win two of the three games for the Trolls. U.-. :S wr ,. K' M, -, . . . . ,, , . . . A ' 5 A -, Q 131' '- 'ijrI'I'-i:F:'f15Q.,-iiE.'.1:: ' "iii ' L - -ELF.-"i2?iE.,.. f"'f'S" E1"2EIL"q:i'. Eff :Eff ' ,. :f r- ' :IFE V E -22' Qf f-'Eif'f ' . ' ' ' i., mea, , , - - aw f , ' X X .fixes . ......,.... .,, I - ' L.. - BACK ROW - Brian Ten Pass, Vince Pattara, Bob Mabrey, Steve Chap- man, Edwin Caraballo, Matt Eenigenburg, Darrell Bruggink, Christi Burgess fmgrj. FRONT ROW - Bob Huisman, Eric Bailey, James Ashley, Scott Christensen, Scott De Young, Jeff Eenigenburg, Jack Le Grand, Lazaro Santana. -vs.,.,., 'ur 5 . TOP: Scott Christensen and company await the pitch, as Eric "Tiny" Bailey looks on. LEFT: Scott De Young reaches base safely. ABOVE: Jack Le Grand winds up on the pitch. BELOW: Passing the field are Jack Le Grand, Edwin Caraballo, Scott Christensen, and Bob Mabrey. Sluggers ond Sliders The 1985 softball season was the finest in the brief history of the sport at Trinity. The team won 16 games and only lost 6, and during the course of the season, they beat all the teams they lost to, so they did beat all the teams they played. Leading the Trolls were seniors Deb Dobben 1.397 avg.J, Betsy Shear, and Judy Kamp, along with "ace-hurler" Dar Fransman Q12-41 and Diane Pruim. 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I i Ax " " 8 w x I I Q ,551 A Z 'V ' A s 2 ffm, !v4 si . y , ' 4 h f . .. --ao.-.. -:W-.ww -.... , J' M. W... .YQ-4,5 ABOVE LEFT: Deb Dobben stands ready at the plate to slug another one for Trinity. LEFT: Where's the ump? Is Jill Groenewold safe or out, as she slides into home plate? ABOVE: The fans look on as Margaret Postmus , hits the ball with all her might. Oln- Tee Off Time in Elk Grove On May 3, Dr. De Jong loaded the van with six golfers for a weekend of fun in Wisconsin. The group stayed at some friends' homes Friday night to get a good night's sleep before playing in the annual Lake Superior Conference Golf Tournament. Trinity's golf team, the first one to be formed, made a very respectable showing at the Quit Qui Qo Country Club in Elk Grove, Wisconsin. Heavy wind kept the scores slightly inflated, Trinity being led by Jerry Fritsch's 91. Dr. De Jong posted a 90 in the coaches' tournament. Sy ai- ,,,, 3 , sq.. it S' i ww-awww UPPER RIGHT: Darrell Bruggink at- tempts a putt against the wind. ABOVE: Rryan Jabaay putts on the practice green. CENTER RIGHT: Dave Kamp lines up a putt as Darrell Bruggink looks on. 1 .x J to .wgyxll y 9 it l l l if sr .xl-. X X X ml' X! X 'Q ' Z mx , ' . V! ' X BACK ROW - Greg Hacus, Dave Kamp, Darrell Bruggink, Bryan Jabaay. FRONT ff ROW - Greg Tews, Dale Visser, Jerry Fritsch. NOT PICTURED - Dr. Norm De fir Jong, coach. ,V 90 T EN STU TS EN I.l.I E ..l I N. i. The Srorr of Gur Yeor Orientation 1984 was a big success again this year thanks to the student committee and Dean Larsen. The activities attempted to ease the adjustment to Trinity for new and transfer students. By becoming in- volved in the activities, students became acquainted with the campus and the peo- ple that make up Trinity Christian College. 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BOTTOM FAR LEFT: Several R.A.'s Moy VanderVliet, Donna Decker, Laurel Eenigenburg, Deb Tjaarda, and Randy Van Schepenl dramatize what happens to students when rules are broken. BOTTOM LEFT: Freshman Lisa Cok and transfer sophomore Michale Chatham take part in one of the "get-acquaintedu games. TOP RIGHT: Michale Chatham and freshmen Jill Voskuil, Deb Los, Sue Dees, and Jill Rademaker participate in another game. CENTER RIGHT: Many people enjoy the Hostess Dinner held in the gymnasium. BOTTOM RIGHT: Those in attendance enjoy the CABLE award dinner at the Alsip Holiday Inn. BELOW: Mark Ward joins other presenters at the CABLE dinner. 4 " .. e... fm I f . ll" 5' x g is f ..,.., Chapels . . . Chapels at Trinity Christian College are a large part of the weekly life of many students. Chapel meets three mornings a week and both residents and commuters attend, often filling the chapel to capaci- ty. Faculty, staff, and students are the vital force behind each chapel service, as well as special guest speakers. QW 6 2 fs it xxx . gina 3 5 i ""' il . . 4 , . f' TOP RIGHT: Deb Tjaar- Agri . gf 5 1- SWAN 1 t ii N. 4 1' da learns new techniques , in instrumentation with Y K E Ralston Bowles at his con- ":"iA '- ,, m'h"WW":y C "i' cert. ABOVE LEFT: W Q Sophomore Bob Huisman leads students and faculty 4 in worship. CENTER RIGHT: The Trinity Christian College Quartet: Q W awww, I ,,,,,,i g Jeff Drenth, Gary Virtue, Mac Weiner, and Roger Groenboom. RIGHT: John Matias, a pastor "7""'Q" from the Humboldt area, sings a special song during the service. FAR RIGHT: Chapel begins by uniting in song. Q 5,4 gi ' W - ' f ' 1 , 1 And Concerts Several concerts were given throughout this year with music ranging from Folk to Contemporary to Classical. Some of the ar- tists that came to perform for us were Maribeth Baker, Ralston Bowles, Bill Romanowski, Norman Ruiz, the Avendo String Quartet, and the college's own Robin Sterling and Daniel Sytsma. ,,. ,, .,rc, r ,uf xl1 - K x FAR LEFT: Soloist Maribeth Baker offers up praise to God with popular contemporary Christian songs. LEFT: Dave Larsen favors the chapel audience with a dramatic reading of "Ragman." BOTTOM: The Elim Christian School choir presents an inspiring concert. 1 1 Modrigols Delight Mony The Madrigal Christmas Dinners, which draw many people to the college every year, were held on the crisp winter evenings of late November and early December in the college dining hall. Taking part in the spectacular Christmas dinners, which have their origin in England, were the Madrigal singers, Lord Chamberlain, the court jester, and assisting elves. The meal, which included such items as wassail, a salad with marsh- berry sauce, Cornish hen, baked potato, french-cut green beans with almonds, loaves of bread, and Figgy pudding, was prepared by Coronet Food Service. Some of the better known songs performed by the Madrigal Singers were,"Angels, We Have Heard On High", "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." -awmqggfmam -Q.. fee-09?-5' " , 3 -W 4 , ,qw QW sw? ,S ,Lis sv -. 2345 at X ' f TOP LEFT lFACING PAGEl: Jill Rademaker, one of the assisting elves, deft- ly carries the traditional boar's head. CENTER LEFT: The Madrigal singers prepare to enjoy their meal. BOTTOM FAR LEFT: The recorder ensemble's Tim Bergsma, Lisa Murai, and Jill Rademaker delight the crowd. BOTTOM LEFT: Lord Chamberlain, por- trayed by Gary Virtue, addresses the au- dience while singers Jeff Drenth and Elisabeth Brown enjoy some wassail. LEFT QTHIS PAGEJ: Singers Dale Visser, Roger Groenboom, De-Ann Vegter, and Migdalia Perez cruelly taunt the jester. BOTTOM RIGHT: The court jester, por- trayed by Janice Eells, attempts to draw at- tention to herself. BOTTOM: The brass ensemble, John Groenewold, Tim Bergsma, Randy Bergsma, Michael Chen, and Steve Decker accompany the singers. Dr. Kenneth Bootsrnct Trinity's Fifth President Dr. Kenneth B. Bootsma was inaugurated as the fifth president of Trinity Christian College on January 15th 1985 in a ceremony at Peace Memorial Church in Palos Park. Dr. Bootsma, who has a wide range of experience in Christian educa tion and administration, assumed office on September 1 1984 The college marshalls, delegates from other colleges and universities the faculty and trustees of Trinity Christian College and the President s Party took part in the Academic Processlon Organist Marilyn Mulder and soloist Harold Clousing each gave a mini-recital before the ceremony and participated in the ceremony itself. The Inaugural Choir consisted of the Trinity Choir and Chorale and singers from Chicago, Timothy, and Illiana Christian High Schools. A dinner preceded and a recep- tion followed this historic event in the life of Trinity Christian College. TOP LEFT: As part of the formal procession, Dr. Gerda Bos, student Dan Bergsma, and Mr. Harold Clousing march solemnly down the aisle. MIDDLE LEFT: Dan Bergsma, Dr. Daniel Diephouse, Mr. Audley Lemmenes, and Dr. Kenneth Bootsma overlook the proceedings. BOTTOM LEFT: The Inaugural Choir, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Sytsma. BELOW: Dr. Kenneth Bootsma addresses the audience as the new president of Trinity Christian College. BELOW RIGHT: Soloist Harold Clousing presents music during the ceremony. BOTTOM RIGHT: John Groenewold, Tim Bergsma, Donald Kosmal, Randy Bergsma, and Steve Decker - the Brass quintet - ac- company the Inaugural Choir. I x .fi Wimbledon Night '85 "Wimbledon Night" was held this year at Wimbledon, U.S.A. Rac- quet Club On February 16. Students enjoyed an open gym night with activities such as tennis, racquetball, and wallyball fan Off-the-wall variation of volleyballl. Tournaments were held in tennis and rac- quetball throughout the evening, with college president Dr. Ken Bootsma winning the men's singles tennis final. - .'-, T 1 U n Xe 1. 1 VA pq ,tflii ,ix p T . Q E 5' I i TOP RIGHT: sophomore Bob Q T O as O . J Q Mabrey competes in the racquetball -' ie 5 qgul :nzgk A g ., g E l tournament. MIDDLE RIGHT: Q 1 , I Q T Students try their hand at -i" x .g,,1- 1. . llt - p O 4, walleyball. BOTTOM LEFT: Sara 'ii' 5 Medendorp enjoys tennis on one of W , ,Q if I .g,:. j the club's nine indoor courts. T 5 BOTTOM RIGHT: Dr. Deiiong Q enjoys his pipe and conversation P 3 with his wife as they rest between A 1 T games. j " .' . - X 4 S.-' '- 'We' ' 'K' "-,L X' ' '.-Q7fx'.Ei?7?' L TSI1 F' X 'ft' ' "' 1A'l"'-.v. "'y4 , 'k'j 'Ea u TX. ,-'-. It 'J' '-"e T ""f W , .. l ,,., .,.. -Q 1 1 W - - ' T Q 3 ,. 1 5' Q 'U 1 W 'U , q 3 ,,,,,,,q y """"' vw W. AD - o u 1 u - nn 1 D ,, LC I c rn -' I ,Z"'-+ .-rss. f""- 'si 100 4:49 I 'N Sports Bonquer On May 11, athletes and coaches, along with some faculty and parents, enjoyed a Cornish- hen dinner preceding the annual athletic awards ceremony, in which participating and outstan- ding athletes are recognized. Mr. Dave Ribbens served as master of ceremonies and also presented to Dr. Lois Cole a "farewell" memen- to, as she had finished her tenth and final year of coaching and teaching at Trinity. The highest honor for women athletes, the Women's Athletic Award, went to senior Betsy Shear, and the most prestigious men's award, the Keith Albers Memorial Award, was presented to two seniors: Steve Goudzwaard and Steve Konings. 1 l Ph t 51 , .J 5,4 ,E TOP LEFT: Betsy Shear, winner of the Women's Athletic Award, receives her plaque and congratulations from Lois Cole. CENTER: Server Jean Schaap hurriedly prepares a pitcher of coffee. ABOVE: Keith Albers Memorial Award winners Steve Konings and Steve Goudzwaard, along with fellow senior soccer players John Groenewold and Randy Bergsma, have presented coach Dave Ribbens with a silver "Shalom" mug. LEFT: After dessert, Gwen Vander Tuin and Jill Groenewold await the start of the awards ceremony. Blood Drive This year's Blood Drive, held February 6, was a big success, as 33 donors participated. Since the need for blood was great, each pint collected by the staff of Aurora Blood Bank was much appreciated. TOP RIGHT: Senior Duane Baker preparing to donate blood. BOTTOM RIGHT: As freshman Donna Bosma is be- ing tested, fellow freshmen Archie Ferguson and Matt Eenigenburg look on in worry and doubt. BELOW: Anita Jansma and Cheri Pott ponder: How many cookies does it take to replace one pint of blood? BOTTOM LEFT: Sophomore Bob Lemon consoles senior Ted Camphouse while freshman Martha Perez waits and rests. ?lXfZ'z,, A Zu ' 5, -- ' lr I -if 'W ,.l 1' - ' fl-,mg ' 1. '2 ', ' '47 J ' f 1, ' ,V 1' """v-N-1-1.w..,..,,, Q in N fir In . " V f" t'-"'f'l"Al'0p' .f V -' fi ' M' r A f ., ' ' - ff A ' wx f 'wwf 'f', .L ' 5 'N A 1, f Swv ' fe , 7 7 Mwf3i1",f?? ' rw- ' ' fmmvg, 3 .V ,Z .4 g . , A , 'C abil' '1 ' . ,lm 1 f s R 9 Xl K X I 4 1- ' 'i G P 1 ' , .4 ff5izvlQ3 jg L 5 f 511 ' won. 4 , I x, I :f ' 'f'ff"f ' iff? sz - ff 049' gr vm... Mft A New Event: Pipes ond Pizzo A new and overwhelmingly successful addition to the college's entertainment schedule was a night at Pipes and Pizza pizza parlour in Lansing on March 25. Unlimited piz- za, pop, and organ music was made available to Student Association Card holders for just one dollar and to non- card holders for three. TOP LEFT: Featured organist Dr. Bootsma enjoys himself while entertaining the crowd, as did Dean Larsen and Dr. Rozema. CENTER LEFT: Freshman Nancy Pruim and junior Jill Hoekstra eat their pizza. BELOW: Kim Dykema picks up the first of six pizzas for her table. BOTTOM: The converted theater provides ample seating and ample enjoyment. r' iw "" , ,i. f' fi A if 103 3 Aff snows 1984-e5 - Many art openings were held this year, with such featured artists as Michael Mallard, Matt Holland, Tim Van Laar, and others. "Opus '85," the student art show, included sculpture, painting, and photography. Music and interpretive readings were included at the "Opus '85" reception. The senior show, with a reception on May 7, featured the work of senior art student Warren Batkiewicz. TOP: Kim Dykema reads at the "Opus '85" reception. MIDDLE LEFT: Jean Schaap, Randy Speelman, and Jeff Hoelzel speculate on the meaning of Randy Van Schepen's three-dimensional work, "The Princess." MIDDLE RIGHT: Miss Grace Huitsing discusses Deb Eckwielen's work with a student. RIGHT: A sculpture by Jay Earnshaw that was awarded "Best of Show." FAR RIGHT: One of Michael Mallard's paintings. I 104 is. , ia., ,Q 13,23 4, ,w s , 1-L, , 'fi xi P' ', '- an W X .Y 5 P, lizl QI, .'z f4i , ,. ., ... ' W. ZZ Ay' U!!! 5 I I V ar' The Student Activities Committee held two dances during the year, both of which were swinging successes. TOP LEFT: Matt Eenigenburg is stunned by those New Jersey Gyrations. TOP RIGHT: Clara Medendorp and Deb Mulder - They've got the beat! MIDDLE LEFT: "That's right, we badl", Dav Beezhold and crew might have said. MIDDLE RIGHT: It's a slow dance pose for Pam DeGraaf'and Tony Bates. BOTTOM: Miss Katt and friends: Bobbie and Bonnie be-bop. G Country Foir This spring's Country Fair, directed by Mr. George Baar and sponsored, as always, by the Women's Guild, was held on May 11. The "Troll Trotf' the col- lege's annual footrace, began the day's activities, with 95 runners participating in the two race divisions QTroll Trot and Mini Trotl. After a tasty pancake breakfast, visitors enjoyed various sales booths, a garden plant sale, bratwurst and potato stands, an auction, and diversions for the children. The fair took in 840,000 Cbefore expensesb to benefit the college. l 'f . 5 . 4 TOP: Students from Wisconsin keep the Bratwurst smoking. RIGHT: The Troll Trot begins . . . BELOW: .MM Behind the scenes at the Bratwurst stand: Henry Ai., sq Hofman, Mary Buteyn, and Irene Feyer assist. BOT- TOM RIGHT: Clown Donna Greendyke sells another . - 1 vlv- '- H balloon. 1 ., , 7'--.......,.,.,.f, N X Alwoys Time for Fun . Zi g gy . A A ' , , 353 5 1 . '- I , f 1 ' U' I W . 'nl , WH- My aff is A 1 ,vb 1 , f ,f"3f1,,, A! 71 1 Q TOP LEFT: Accomplished organist Q?J Dave Larsen entertains many at the first "Pipes and Pizza Night" in Lansing. UPPER MIDDLE LEFT: Upperclassmen work hard during study times in the cafeteria. LOWER MIDDLE LEFT: Deb Eckwielen, Sara and Clara Medendorp expertly carve pumpkins for the Oktoberfest. BOTTOM LEFT: Kim Bulthuis is at bat during intramural softball. BELOW: Martha Perez, Yolanda Johnson, and Linda Pilcher take a breather from a long night of dancing at the Hawaiian Night Dance. BOTTOM: Sophomores Karen Buiter and Brenda Buikema en- joy a fwholel bottle of Pepsi while watching a game of tennis at Wimbledon Night. diff ' . - 4: .,, 1 A-,J N .wb A P.. .1 L i.. V- .. , "H" ' --- - - .. ,,,. 2 WWW' . :WW MW ff?" me W' V 'mm ,gs gf 1 "'-'i , -"1 21:11 '2'-- f , " Q .32 ,V 'va-.15 - , V Q ',.gg:-I,--35,, , 'Y we 5 11- X E fm., n - ' H --'i V : riff f E X ' We-' 107 .AQ Academics ond Activities of T. XE .qi C 'il 2 C l 01 ,,,. I at 5' ww,-.es , s QQWR5 4 Z it 2 A I ' 5 i i i c ,.,. I i ii i i if n . I i www we I 5, i ' ,,.. iff I 4 f s t as TOP: De-Ann Vegter dives for the volleyball during a serious in- tramural game. ABOVE LEFT: Darlene Fransman and Pat De Young in their chemistry lab. ABOVE RIGHT: Cheryl Bulthuis and Diane Smits, both sophomores, stop to chat outside North Hall. BOTTOM: Sophomores Roger Groenboom and Sally Visser enjoy a basketball game together. FACING PAGE: TOP LEFT: Cute kids: Carl Sterken, Pam Fiebig, Cheryl Janek, Matt Eenigenburg, and Terry Morris. TOP RIGHT: Freshman Shari Bosman passes time by playing her guitar. MIDDLE LEFT' Tom De Young fries brats at Homecoming early in the school year UPPER MIDDLE RIGHT: The commuter lounge is always a center of activity for commuters and residents alike. Pictured here are Cheryl Janek, Tammy Roorda, and Zantesah Ingalls. LOWER MIDDLE RIGHT: Hard workers Dale Visser and Bob Mabrey on a busy night at the popcorn stand. BOTTOM LEFT: Bryan Jabaay as Mr. Englanderova, strikes Pam De Graaf, as Pavel, in the Final Act's production of I Never Saw Another Butterfly. BOTTOM RIGHT: Spring registration with Lisa Bergsma, Phil Snyder, and John Werner. 'v',,M,fmf v .mf f zf f" 12 f '.ye f .iv .mpif WM . ' 5 e I -V-,'.11-eww, 424 fs" is " I 1? .Ns is .gk vm- D .www 1 ii is - :LQ is A 1 ..,.' -. i 1 i K A .. . . ' I E nfl 4 ga sa av 4-xg . ' - ' I V ' in.. A M haf... .. in 1 f- ' "' 7 f w. , 1.41, A A ,,.A nf.. W Y J J ' ,,ga2fT"q 4 V Wy' . in ...auf 'f-tn, ,115 fu F 3 ff , , ,. 1 Mm , ,. ,Q Mfg.. x?-1-1J'Z'?. Q ?gf A 7, I , agp , f GM, 2 '-A' 52? 2 u gffwaf,-V , .,,,. , V, ,, Y Af Q . 3 9-. , 4 7 f JMWWW, Q, , . ,V .aff .f ,.,,. ,.,.- : ,Q if , "z:w:.M,1,5 .if 1" WW A ,. 4.-: ..., , 4 Q K, x 2 255 . Y x X4 4 X4 3 f S 5 5 ,ii E .V s.?'f.m Q, ,V 5 .Q ' .-:,, li Y? ' , ' -- .,.A ...K , W' me X f'm 2Wimi? 4:5 I 5: Commencement Exercises Another class passed through Trinity on May 18, with 93 graduates receiving Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or, for the first time this year, Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees. The commencement ceremony, held at the Moraine Valley Baptist Church, began at 11:00 a.m. U.S. Navy chaplain Captain H. Bergsma, father of two graduates CDan and Randyl, delivered the commencement address entitled "Godly Nobility in Social Mobility." Seniors Steve Konings and Becky Kroll led a litany, which included in it two vocal solos by music professor Mr. Dan Sytsma. In addition to the commencement ceremony, a nursing convocation also was held this year, honoring the college's first graduating nursing class with a pinning ceremony at the Palos Reformed Church. Class speaker Lorraine Stoll delivered a humorous reminiscence speech, and former nursing faculty member Kayanne Janiga delivered the more serious convocation address entitled "Commitment" Barb Wigboldy led a litany and Liz Harrell and Ocie Booker provided special music. .WW -L-.-it CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Captain-Reverend Herbert Bergsma delivers the com mencement address. Ocie Booker and Liz Harrell perform "Friends" at the Nurs ing Convocation. John Kamp receives his diploma from Dr. Bootsma. Constance Turner awards Iris Eitel her nursing pin. Laura Scheeres rejoices after graduation. Trinity's first baccalaureate nursing class. Highlights: 1953-1954 25th Anniversary Rozema's garage door troll "Where's the beef?" "Puttin' on the Ritz" Cabbage Patch craze Cheerleaders Pranks James Watt "The Day After" Trivial Pursuit Reagans tour Asia Arms Race Grenada Barney Clark's artificial heart Courier - Carrier - Carrierless Bike hike Vick Rosema and Coronet Sally Ride: Ist American Woman 0 Niuwll in Space Chicago's Mayor Washington El Salvador death squads Endless campus water fight Volleyball Nationals 13rd place! Soccer Districts fround 15 "Honkin' Awesomel' Parking Regulations "What's your major'?', John De Lorean David Niven dies "Thriller,' Boy George Farewell to M"iA"gS"'I-I ' Dr. Pointer leaves S Baseball club Q Andropov Carl Lewis Mary Lou Retton X A USA Olympic Gold Q X 1 Jack cl? the Blue Crew A Women's B-Ball to Chattanooga Men's B-Ball victory at Deerfield Qfirst time since '73b Soviets shoot down Korean airliner Bombing of US embassy in Beirut, Lebanon Van Groningen retires Chicago Cubs CNL-East Champsj 1984-1985 ,?A, "Seek the things above . . Student chapels U. 5. withdrawal of peace-keeping force in Lebanon Inflation - 154 bluebooksl Bootsma inaugurated Reagan 's second term Eckardt's "Who's on First?" 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