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Tuesday morning the shower's warm
And I'm wishing I was asleep
Monday seemed like a wasted day
Cause all I did was sleep
But today I need to settle down
And work that problem out
And tell myself to realize
That's what life's all about.
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Thursday morning my head is warm
And I'm wishing I was well
I need to get some good ole rest
And study just as well
The choir will be short a voice today
But my ears will both be there
To try to gain some knowledge from
The notes that fill the air.
Opening - 11
I find the blanket on the floor
Where it certainly shouldn't have been
Another week of classes are eone
to study them
Saturday morning the sun is warm
My late sleep wish came true
And now my stomach calls to me
It needs attention too
A ride into the mountains today
Or a day at the library
Between these two, 1 must find one
Some times it's hard for me.
14 - Openii
Sunday morning I feel warm inside
I visit God's house today
I ask for guidance thru the week
And to be thankful every day
All through the week I need to stop
And give thanks to the One above
Thanks for all You've given me
And thank You for Your love.
Opening - 15
It's where I've been all along
Where the mountains live and the forests call
I know I haven't gone wrong.
Dr. Wayne Anderson assumed office as the eighth president of Maryville College on Juty
1, 1977, at the age of 39. He brings to the position an extensive background in administration
and a deep commitment to independent higher education. He was also appointed in 1977
as professor of political science at the College.
At this time, Dr. Anderson serves as the Vice Chairman of both the Tennessee Independent
Colleges Fund and the Tennessee Council of Private Colleges and as the President of the
Mid-Appalachia Colleges Council, Inc. He is a member of the executive committee of the
Presbyterian Colleges' Union as well as the Board of Directors of the Knoxville Symphony
Orchestra and a former member of the Board of the Blount County Chamber of Commerce.
In addition, he belongs to various regional and national professional groups, including the
American Political Science Association.
Dr. Anderson earned a B.A. degree in 1959 from the University of Minnesota in his home
state, majoring in political science. He received a Master of Public Affairs dsgree in 1961
from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of Princeton University.
In 1974, he earned the Ph. D. degree in government from Georgetown Universit-/ in
Washington, D.C., with his dissertation on the White House staff of President Dwight D.
Dr. Anderson is the force behind the Toward Century III Program. His job is a thankless one,
but we, the students, would like to take this opportunity to say "THANKS", and that we do
appreciate his dynamic efforts on behalf of Maryville College.
18 - Faculty & Staff
Mr. Pat Ballard - He received his B.A. from the University
of Kentucky in 1979 and his M.Ed, from MTSU in 1977. Mr.
Ballard serves as a football recruiter, assistant football coach,
and Women's softbali coach.
DR. CHARLOTTE BECK - This outstanding English instructor
received her B.Mus., M.A., 1966, and Ph. D., 1972, from the
University of Tennessee. Besides her duties in the English
dept., she acts as Faculty Coordinator for the Presidental
IVIR. CARROLL BARCER - He received his B.F.A. from the
University of Tennessee in 1974 and his M.F.A. in 1977. Mr.
Barger is currently teaching Art - Drawing, Painting,
Photography, Art History and Education, and Fine Arts. He
serves as a Webelos Den Leader for the Cub Scouts and lists
Photography, sketching, and hiking as hobbies.
MS. THaMA BIANCO - Her educational background
Includes: B.S.Ed., Texas Technological University; M.A., Texas
Women's University, 1969. She Is currently serving as an
instructor in the Art Department.
Faculty & Staff - 19
DR. CAROLYN BIAIR - She is the current chairperson of
the English dept. and her list of degrees includes a B.A. from
the University of Montevallo (Alabama College), 1943; M.A.,
1948, and Ph.D., 1961, from the University of Tennessee. She
is associated with numerous professional, honorary, civic and
religious clubs and organizations and lists reading and
creative writing as her hobbies.
DR. DEAN BOLDON - He serves as chairman of the Division
of Social Sciences and teaches Sociology. He received his
Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 1975 and also holds a
M.Div. from Princeton Seminary. Dr. Bolden's campus
activities include the International Club, World Concerns,
and Academic Life Committee. His hobbies are travel, tennis,
DR. JAMES BlOY - His impressive credentials include: B.A.
and B. Mus., North Central College, 1951; M. Mus., Eastman
School Of Music, 1953; D.S.M., School Of Sacred Music,
Union Theological Seminary. He has had additional organ
study with Helmut Walcha in 1958 and has also studied at
Oxford University in 1972. Dr. Bloy also serves on the Board
of Advisors, MACCO.
DR. ROBERT BONHAM - His degrees include B. Music from
Phillips University in 1963; M. Music from Kansas University
in 1964; and Ph.D from Ohio University in 1981. Dr. Bonham
teaches Piano, Music History, Art History, and Fine Arts
(Architecture). He also has to his credit a continuing series
of recitals broadcast by WUOT.
20 - Faculty & Staff
MRS. SHERRY BONHAM - She is currently serving as
co-director of the Learning Center and teaches developmen-
tal reading. She received her B.A. in 1966 from Maryville
College and is working on her M.S. in Reading at U.T. Mrs.
Bonham is a member of the Blount County Historic Trust and
her hobbies include reading and photography.
IViS. SHARON BROWN - She received her B.S. from Carson
- Newman in 1973 and her M.S. from the University of
Tennessee in 1974. She teaches Physical Education and
coaches the Lady Scots Volleyball and Basketball teams. She
lists jogging and guitar as hobbies and is also associated with
the Blount County Center for the Handicapped.
MRS. EXIR BRENNAN - She received her B A 1967 and
M.L.S., 1972, from the University of Alabama She holds
membership in Delta Kappa Gamma American Library
Association, Southeastern Library Association, and Tennessee
Library Association. She serves as Head Librarian and
Yearbook Advisor. Her hobbies include hiking, gardening,
MR. KEITH BRUCKNER - He graduated with a B.S. from
Cornell in 1965 and continued his education at the University
of Tennessee where he received his M.B.A. in 1971. He
teaches Economics and is a member of the International Club
and World Concerns Committee. He is involved in reading
on public policy issues and enjoys travel.
Faculty & Staff - 21
DR. TERRY BUNDE - This outstanding Chemistry professor
received his B.S. from Rollins College in 1968 and his Ph.D.
from the University of Florida in 1975. He is involved with
numerous campus clubs, organizations, and activities. In
recent years he has been named outstanding - Teacher -of
- the - Year and could be a strong candidate for Father -
of - the - Year (at least his one - year - old daughter, Janet,
MR. ARTHUR BUSHING - He received his B.A. from
Maryville College and then did graduate work at the
University of Tennessee, University of lowfa, and Duke
University. Most freshmen get to know Mr. Bushing well
through use of his Manual of Outlining and Research.
DR. DAVID CARTLIDCE - His Impressive list of credentials
include: B.A. Wooster, 1954; M. Div. McCormick Seminary,
1957; and Ph. D. Harvard, 1969. Dr. Cartlidge teaches
Religion, Philosophy and Greek. He is a stand-out member
of the college pep-band and lists amateur radio, music and
athletics as nobbies.
MR. DAVID COOPER - His degrees include: B.S. University
of Georgia, 1973; S. Ed. University of Georgia, 1977; Ed. D.
University of Georgia, 1981. He teaches Health and Physical
Education. Mr. Cooper is a First Aid and CPR instructor for
the Red Cross and enjoys jogging and racquet ball.
22 - Faculty & Staff
MR. DUNCAN CRAWFORD - He graduated with a B.A. from
Southwestern-at-Mettiphis in 1967 and continued his
education at the University of Tennessee where he received
his J.D. in 1973. Mr. Crawford is a practicing attorney in
Maryville and teaches Business Law. He is also a commander,
U.S. Naval Reserve and enjoys running in his spare time.
DR. WILLIAM DENT, JR. - He received his B.A. from
Maryville College in 1957, his M.S. from the University of
Kentucky in 1963, and his Ph.D. from the University of
Tennessee in 1972. He teaches all levels of Mathematics and
is a member of several mathematics associations. He is
involved with Curriculum Review and enjoys golf, bridge,
MR. JIM DAVIS - He received his B.S. in P.E. and coaching
from Plymouth State in 1979. He currently coaches Football
and Track and is a member of the American Football Coaches
Association. His hobbies include sports, reading, and music.
MR. JAMES DIAL, JR. - This instructor in Health and Physical
Education received his B.S. from Louisiana State University
and Northwestern State University of Louisiana, 1975 - 1977.
He is also involved in teaching gymnastics.
Faculty & Staff - 23
MR. J. SIDNEY DOWNEY - He is a teacher of
Accounting, Management, and Finance. He received his B.A.
in 1970 from High Point College and his M.B.A. in 1975 from
Indiana University. Mr. Downey is involved with the St. John
United Methodist Men as their president, the District
Committee, and Boy Scouts of America. He also enjoys
backpacking, camping, and being an Amateur Ham Radio
Composition, Journalism, American Literature, and Western
Literature. Dr. Fowler obtained her B.S. at Birmingham -
A.A.U.W., Tenn. Philological Association, South Atlantic
Modern Language Association and is very involved in her
MR. ROBERT ElllS, JR. - He currently serves as
Vice-President in charge of Development. His education
includes: B.A. (English), 1973, Emory and Henry College; M.A.
(Speech and Theater), 1976, University of Tennessee. In
addition to his duties at Maryville College, he serves on the
board of Directors Greater Knox Council for the arts.
24 - Faculty & Staff
MR. ERNIE COSS - He received his B.A., 1972, from the Univ.
of South Fla., his M.8.A. in 1975 from Georgia State Univ.,
and his A.B.P. in 1981 from the Univ. of Tenn. Mr. Goss
teaches Principles of Economics, Microeconomics, History of
Economic Doctrine, and a Seminar course in Labor
Economics. He is interested in Mathematical Functional
Forms and their Effect on Regression Results, and Incentives
to Encourage Nuclear Waste Disposal Siting.
MR. DENNIS GRAHAM - Our current Adn
Vice-President received his A.A.S. from Monroe Community
College, Rochester, N.Y., his B.A. from University of South
Florida, and his M.S. from Johns Hopkins University. Mr.
Graham is also a Certified Public Accountant.
MS. BARBARA HANDLER - This math instructor received
her B.S. (1961) and her M.A. (1964) from M.S.U. She expects
to receive her Ed.D. from University of Tennessee in 1982.
She IS a member of the League of Women Voters, the
Zoological Association, and Planned Parenthood. Her
hobbies are reading, traveling, and cooking.
DR. JOHN HARDWiC - He teaches Philosophy and Religion.
Dr. Hardwig received his B.A. from Yale University in 1963,
and his Ph. D. from the University of Texas in 1975. In his
spare time he enjoys biking and tennis.
Faculty & Start - 25
DR. HARRY I. HOWARD - He teaches Political Science,
Religion, and Interdisciplinary Values Course. Dr. Howard
received his B.A., 1967, from Tennessee Wesleyan College,
M.Th., 1970, M.A., 1971, from Southern Methodist Univ. and
his Ph. D., 1980, from the Univ. of Tennessee. He is
associated with the Bd of directors for children's Center of
Knoxville and with Church St United Methodist Church Day
MR. DAVID IRWIN - He received his B. Mus. in 1972 from
Florida State Univ. and his M. Mus. in 1974 from Yale
Universitv. He teaches orchestra, band, Music education, Fine
Arts, and Clarinet. He is involved in the Maryville - Alcoa
College - Community Orchestra and is a Faculty Advisor for
Phi Mu Alpha. In his spare time he enjoys hiking and
DR. JAMES JOHNSTON - He received his B.A., 1973, his
M.S., 1976, and his Ph. D., 1979, from the Univ. of Tennessee
of Knoxville. Dr. Johnston currently teaches Human
Anatomy, and Physiology, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy,
Exercise Physiology, General Physiology, and Kinesiology. He
is involved in the Institute for Positive Hiring, the
Construction of a Fitness Circuit for the Campus, Muscular
Dystrophy Association and more.
DR. YOUNC-BAE KIM - His education background includes:
B.A., Yonsei University; M.A., Indiana University, 1965; Ph.D.,
University of Kansas, 1974. Besides teaching Political Science,
he is actively involved with the International Club.
26 - Faculty & Staff
DR. MARiORIE KRATZ - She currently teaches History and
received her B.A., 1959, and M.A., 1960, from the Univ. of
Mass. and her Ph. D., 1965, from the Univ. of Oregon. Dr.
Kratz belongs to the Organization of American Historians
Women's Comm. of the Southern Historical Association, and
is interested in Early Nineteenth Century Women Travellers.
In her spare time she enjoys knitting, travelling, walking, and
MS. EDITH D. lARCEN - She received her B.S., 1948, from
Maryville College, and her M.S., 1951, from the University
of Tennessee. Ms. Largen teaches physical education. In her
ijoys crafts, reading, and golf.
spare time she enjoys i
MR. RANDY LAMBERT - He is MC's Physical Education
Instructor. He received his B.A. from Maryville College and
his M.S. from the Univ. of Tennessee at Knoxville. He enjoys
golf, tennis, racquetball, and basketball in his spare time.
MR. MICHAEL M. LEDFORD - He is an assistant football
coach and Head Baseball Coach. Mr. Ledford received his
B.S., 1975, and M.A., 1980, in Health and Physical Education
from Tennessee Tech. University. His hobbies include tennis,
hunting, and fishing.
Faculty & Staff - 27
DR. WALLACE L. LEWIS - He received his B.A., 1957, and
M.A., 1960, from the University of Alcron, and his Ph. D.,
1969, from the University of Iowa. Dr. Lewis is a professor
of History and Non-Western Studies. He is an advisor to Pi
Gamma Mu, is the precinct democratic chairman, and is the
Election Judge for the college precinct. In his spare time he
enjoys gardening, war games, and travel.
MR. GARY E. MOWL - He teaches American Sign Language
and Interpreting and received his B.A , 1977, from Maryville
College and his M.S., 19B1, from the Unrv of Tennessee He
is associated with Sigma Lambda Kappa, the Tenn Registry
of Interpreters of the Deaf, The Tenn. Association of the
: Deaf, and the Knoxville Area Comm Center for the Deaf
" He is also involved in Research in Interpreters Aptitude and
Research in AASL Ling.
MS. KATHRVN MARTIN - Her educational background
includes: B.A., Vanderbiit University, M.A., 1943, and
1949-1950, Vanderbiit University, Universidad Internacional
Menendey y Pelayo, 1956; University of Madrid, 1956-1959,
1967-1968. At Maryville, she currently teaches Spanish and
DR. ROBERT ). NAYIOR - He teaches Physical and
Inorganic Chemistry and Astronomy. Dr. Naylor received his
B.A., 1966, from Butler Univ., and his Ph.D., 1973, from Case
Western Reserve Univ. He is involved in Research in Surface
Diffusion Studies at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
and also the use of Computers in the Chemical Classroom.
He is associated with various Science Organizations
28 - Faculty & Staff
DR. JOHN NICHOLS - His education includes a B.S. (1965)
from Maryville College, M.S. (1967) and Ph.D. (1972) from the
University of Tennessee. He is a member of the Outdoor
Club, Math Club, M.A.A., A.M.S., T.M.T.A., and Blount
County Historic Trust. He enjoys playing ping-pong, hiking,
and archaeology in his spare time.
MR. ART OGDEN - Our head football coach and athleti,
director graduated from Lasalle in 1968, received his M.A.
from Delaware in 1970, and has done graduate work at
Rutgers, Wichita State, and Glassboro State. He holds
membership in the American Football Coaches Association
and is in the process of writing a book on Athletic
Administration. His hobbies are fishing, golf, and reading.
MRS. CHOI PARK - Mrs. Park is the Catalog Librarian. She
received her M.L.S., 1970, from George Peabody College for
Teachers of Vanderbilt Univ. Her hobbies include tennis, golf,
hiking, and collecting stamps.
DR. RUSSELL D. PARKER - Dr. Parker teaches Western Civ.,
U.S. Survey, African Studies, History of the South, and U.S.
Cultural and Intellectual History. He received his B.A., 1949,
from Lincoln Mem. Univ., his M.A., 1951, and Ph.D., 1966,
from the Univ. of Tennessee. He is involved in the Kiwanis
and the New Providence Presbyterian Church. Currently he
is researching the history of the city of Alcoa and the state
Faculty & Staff - 29
DR. ALFRED PERKINS - He graduated from Mercer
University with an A.B. and then received his M.A. and Ph.
D. from Harvard University. Dr. Perltins is the Academic
Vice-President and a Professor of History. His hobbies include
camping, tennis and swimming.
DR. lAMES D. PICKENS - He received his B.A. from Ohio
State University. In 1978, he received his Ph. D. from the
University of Tennessee. Dr. Pickens teaches many
psychology courses along with Science Thought. He is a
member of the American and Southeastern Psychological
Associations, Reading, baking, and playing with his children
are among his favorite hobbies.
DR. WILLIAM POLLARD - His impressive credentials
include: B.A., Centre College; M.A., M.Div., Ph.D., Duke
University. Dr. Pollard teaches in the English Department and
holds membership in several English-related organizations.
His hobbies are golf, travel in Europe, and archaeology.
DR. MARILYN POLLIO - She received her B.A. from
Brookline College and her M.S., 1971, and Ph. D., 1973, from
the University of Tennessee. She currently serves as Assistant
Professor of Education and Director of the Learning Center.
30 - Faculty & Staff
DR. ROBERT RAMCER - This biology and Health instructor
graduated from Maryville College in 1956 and received his
M.S., 1962, and Ph. D., 1972, from the University of
Tennessee. He is involved in numerous community and
college organizations, including Circle K, Athletic Commit-
tee, Self Study Steering Committee, and February Meetings
Planning Committee. His hobbies include jogging, tennis,
hiking, gardening, and painting.
MS. CAROL ROBERTS - This member of our library staff
graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1974 and
received her M.S.L.S. from the Univ. of Tennessee in 1977.
She is a member of several Library Associations, the National
Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Blount County
Historic Trust. She enjoys collecting and refinishing antiques,
travel, and historic Preservation.
MS. JANE RICHARDSON - Our associate Dean of Students
graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1978. It has
been said that she is "Giver of all things great and small (like
single rooms)." She also enjoys hiking and folk dancing, but
not at the same time.
MR. MICHAEL SABATELLE - He currently serves as Head
Soccer Coach and Head Athletic Trainer. He received his B.S.
in Health Education in 1979 from Pittsburgh State Univ. of
New York. Coach Sabatelle teaches sports medicine, athletic
training and CPR/First aid. His hobbies are running,
photography, soccer, Softball, and travel.
Faculty & Staff - 31
VICTOR AND SALllE SCHOEN - This dynamic husband and
wife team teach in the music department. Mr. Schoen
graduated from Miami University in 1950 and then received
his Masters from Indiana University in 1952. Mrs. Schoen
graduated in 1951 from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and
then received her Masters from Indiana Univ. She also
received the Dalcroze Certificate in 1979 from Ithaca College.
DR. MARGARET SHERER - She currently serves as Professor
and Chairman of the Department of Education. Her ow/n
education consists of B.F.A., Oklahoma City University; M.S ,
1953, and Ed. D. 1967, University of Tenn.
MR. AUSTIN I. SHAMBLIN - Our director of the computer
center graduated with a B.S. in education in 1965 from the
Univ. of Miami, Oxford, Ohio. Besides teaching computer
science, Mr. Shamblin acts as Faculty advisor for Intervarsity
Christian Fellowship, serves on Religious Life Council, and is
involved in Community Outreach. He enjoys jogging and
music in his spare time.
MR. KENT SKINNER - His educational background includes:
B.A. (music) University of Northern Colorado, 1972-1976;
M.Mus. in Conducting and Choral Lit., 1977 and M. Mus.
(Voice), 1978-1980, Univ. of Texas. Besides serving as Choir
Director, he teaches Choir, Voice, Conducting, and Opera
32 - Faculty & Staff
MR. WILLIAM STRICKLAND - Our Vice-President for
Student Affairs' educational background includes; Maryville
College B.A./B.S., 1957; Louisville Presbyterian Theological
Seminary, B.D., 1963; Duke University, M.A., 1969; University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with his dissertation in
DR. lUDITH SUMNER - Her impressive educational
background includes; A.B., Vassar College, M.S., 1974, and
Ph.D., 1976, University of Massachusetts. She teaches in the
Biology department with her specialty being in the field of
botany. Her hobbies include gardening and the care of small
rodents, particularly guinea pigs.
MR. DONALD THOMAS - He graduated from the Univ. of
Tenn. in 1968 and received his M.A.C.T. in theatre from UT.
in 1975. He currently teaches English, Speech, and Theatre.
Mr. Thomas is associated with the Playhouse Association and
Acts as Director of Theatre at Maryville. He is also a member
of the Executive Board of Playhouse of Blount County and
the Knoxville Arts Council.
MR. PETER VIAL - Our new chaplain graduated from
Maryville College in 1975 and from Pittsburgh Theological
Seminary in 1979. He currently serves as the Coordinator of
the Religious Life Council and enjoys Photography in his
spare time. His special projects are refurnishing his house and
helping to raise his 2-year-old daughter.
Faculty & Staff - 33
DR. ARDA WALKER - This outstanding History instructor
graduated from Maryville College in 1940. She received her
M.A. from the Univ. of Tenn. in 1941 and her Ph. D. from
the Univ. of North Carolina in 1958. She is both active on
campus and in community through involvement in numerous
clubs and organizations. Her hobbies include travel, plants,
DR. lERRY WATERS - His educational background includes:
B.A., 1957, Maryville college; Ph.D., 1960, University of
Kentucky. He teaches various Psychology courses and is a
member of several pyschology, speech and hearing
associations. He also serves as chairman of the Steering
Committee of Self Study.
DR. ROBERT YAGER - Our Physics professor received his
B.A. fr-bm Harvard University and his M.A., 1967, and Ph. D.,
1969, from Rice Univ. Dr. Yager is usually found playing
raquetball, jogging, or talking about his idol. Reverend Jim
MS. IRMA YOUNG - She currently serves as Assistant
Professor for Interpreting for the Deaf and holds a certificate
from Registry of Intepreters for the Deaf.
34 - Faculty & Staff
Secretary for Admissions
Secretary for Admissions
Secretary for Development
Financial Aid Assistant
Graphic Art Coordinator
Donna F. Davis
Assistant to the President
Donna L. Davis
Career Planning and Placement
Director of Alumni
HPER Building Manager
Secretary for the President
Billie Sue Howard
Office Manager/Payroll Clerk
Secretary for the
Secretary for the
Secretary for HPER
Print Shop Manager
Director of Financial Aid
Coordinator of Community
Development Office Manager
Director of Auxiliary Services
Secretary for Communications
Secretary for Development
Eleanor Sandidge & Julia Rop
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Secretary and Bookkeeper
for the Library
Assistant Basketball Coach
Director of Admissions
Assistant to the Registrar
Mary Ann Wise
Admissions Office Manager and
Eldria Hurst, Fred
Chief of Security
Director of Housekeeping
Row 1: Helen Malcolm,
Helen Williams, Bertie
Myers, Bob Whitehead.
Row 2: Georgia Gray,
Prudie Cooper, Joyce
Perkins, Floyd Valen-
tine, Leonard Coins.
Row 3: Pauline Webb,
Yvonne Long, Isabelle
Row 1: Les Teffeteiler,
Larry Thomas, Clifford
O'Niel, Charlie Whi-
tehead. Row 2: Carl
Former, Ernie Farr,
Johnny Godsey, Tim
Shaw. Row 3: Bob Kirk-
land, Bill Slater, Lee
Stephens. Row 4: Cor-
nell Young, John
Director of Maintenance
Food Service Manager
Seated: Roger Brunson,
Jenny McCall, Shelia
Cobb, Gail Hedrick,
Mae Shuler. Standing:
Wanda Wolfe, Mary Sue
Lowe, Ernie Burchfield,
Sally Hiens, Dottie Wil-
cox, James Hodge,
Louise Shields, Bill
Lundy, Lynn Cole, An-
drea Earls, Tom Duckett.
E. Palestine, OH
Lenoir City, TN
Mountain City, TN
Mary Jane Babich
Seniors - 43
W. Palm Beach, FL
Orange Park, FL
Church Hill, TN
Orlando Park, IL
Glen Falls, NY
Seniors - 45
W. Islip, NY
Port Charlotte, FL
Virginia Beach, VA
Mt. Vernon, NY
Oak Ridge, TN
Oyster Bay, NY
Mountain Top, PA
Thorns River, NJ
Crosse Pointe Farms, Ml
CLASS OFFICERS - Donald Xiques, President; Traci Fraser, Sgt-At-Arms;
Wilma Coleman, Vice-President.
Mary Lea Ballman
Mary Jo Bowen
Sophomores - 61
62 - Sophomores
Sarah Jane Lindsay
Sophomores - 63
Sophomores - 65
66 - Freshmen
Mary Ann Bobbitt
Mary Jane Burnett
Freshmen - 67
Mike Kennedy ^_^_
Shaun King M^k <»
68 - Freshmen
Freshmen - 69
''Sure, years from now we'll look back at
our years at MC with fond memories. I can
see some of those memories now as I live
But Maryville College will be more than
just a bunch of reminiscences, more than
just a collection of quotes and photo-
graphs in an annual. MC has given us all
much more than these - perhaps more
than we'll ever know. It has given us a way
of looking at others, ourselves . . . "
72 - Senior Candids
"Maryville College means a great deal to me
academically and socially. Academically it
means dedication, responsibility, hard work,
timing, and luck. Socially it means maturing
and fostering lifelong friendships."
Senior Candids - 73
'7 leave with direction, set upon a chosen
path. I have seen myself evolve through
learning - in the halls of study, in the
company of friends, and in the shadow of
74 - Senior Candids
"Maryville: New experiences from which to
grow, special friends that mean so much; a
smiling face in troubled times.
Maryville: an experience we all share and will
-Carol J. Carter
Senior Candids - 75
''Maryville College has provided me
with new experiences, challenges,
friendships, and personal growth.
Now that my four years are coming
to an end, it is time to move on,
but the memories I have of
Maryville College will be everlast-
-Mary Jane Babich
76 - Senior Candids
"/4s an entering freshman, all I wanted
was to be an upperclassman and to be
able to see the end. Now as a
graduating senior, I look back at
freshman year and wonder: what was
so bad that comps, independent study,
and graduation could have actually
looked good to me?"
Senior Candids - 77
''After four years at Mary vi lie College
filled with good times, good friends, hard
studying and hard work, I can look back
and say . . . it's all been great. The
experiences and friendships I have
developed here will carry me through a
lifetime ... a lifetime in which I shall
always look back to Maryville with the
deepest and happiest of memories."
78 - Senior Candids
". . . a lot of work, a lot of play; a lot of
laughter, a lot of tears; a lot of emotions,
a lot of carefree times; a lot of growth, a
lot of set backs; a lot of caring, a lot of
love . . . cherished experiences placed
-Donna M. Czegledi
Senior Candids - 79
"'I am a bear of very little hair and long
words bother me' was my quote from
high school. Fortunately, my college
years have proved that the hair is only
as small as you limit it to be."
80 - Senior Candids
'7f has been said that 'we must
resemble each other a little in order
to understand each other, but we
must be a little different to love
Senior Candids - 81
82 - The Snow Of 1982
The Snow Of 1982 - 83
The Class Of 1982
'The four years we have spent at Maryville have
helped direct us toward the kinds of lives we would
like to lead and the goals we would like to pursue.
With the challenges, successes, failures, and
discoveries we have encountered, we have been able
to evaluate ourselves and emerge as individuals whose
horizons have been broadened and whose characters
have been strengthened. These have been four very
special years. "
Senior Class President
- Senior Class
JUNIORS - First Row: Jeff Hayes, Second Row: Beth
Sieber, Melanie Petree, Sue VanAken. Third Row:
Under the direction of Dr. Charlotte Beck, the
P.S. program will graduate its first class this
year. The program originally designed to give
scholarships to academic high achievers, has
developed into a fellowship organization that
promotes cultural and scholastic excellence.
Along with their faculty advisors, the Presiden-
tial Scholars are treated to trips, concerts, and
monthly luncheons in Profitt Dining Room.
SENIORS AND SPONSORS - First Row: Dr. Robert Ramger, Janet Helwig, Lee
McCampbell, Anita Baker, Lesa Andrews. Second Row: Dr. Charlotte Beck, Angela
Murphy, Russell Gibson, Page Harris.
SOPHOMORES - First Row: Martin Paluga, Bruce Petitt. Second Row: Leslee Hay, Kay
Lippincott, Diane McDaniels, Margaret Andrews, Glennis RIedl. Third Row: David
Edington, Karen Spence, Joel Chesser, Kevin Crothers, Traci Fraser.
FRESHMEN - First Row: Maelae Morrison, Kathy Conklin, Laura McNeely, Helen Smith,
Melissa Parks, Leslie Boand. Second Row: Jeff Tickle, Teresa Welch, Mary Ann Bobbitt,
Earl Stokes, Adrienne Ramsey, Gary Daniels. Third Row: Cameron Buckholtz, Paul
Anagostics, Todd Troke.
Playmakers - This group is composed
of some of MC's most talented
students and is directed by Sharon
Crane. The Playmakers provide both
on and off campus entertainment in
the form of singing, dancing, and
presentation of short plays. The
group is one of Maryville's most
positive recruiting tools.
First Row: Tim Fitzgerald, Ruth Wilgus, Tracey DePue, Frank Fiore, Kathy Long. Second Row: Jean Plant,
Tom Hudson, George Cassutto.
Each year the college and
community come together to
perform Handel's Messiah. This
spectacular event is directed
by the college choir director
and includes the choir, MAC-
CO, and many members of the
community. Many hours of
practice make this the event of
the fall season.
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During halftime of the
game, Mary jane Babich was
crowned 1981 Homecoming
queen. Other candidates
were Donna Czegledi,
escorted by Brad Goar; Janet
Helwig, escorted by Bill
Dent; Vanessa Logan,
escorted by Don Rufus; and
Julia Wickstrand escorted by
Also present was last year's
queen, Mari Ann Masch,
escorted by President Wayne
Anderson. Class representa-
tives included, Kathy Long
(Junior), escorted by Curtis
Shaw; Dottie Carson (So-
phomore), escorted by Don-
ald Xiques; and Kim Sperry
(Freshman), escorted by
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Mary Jane Babich
Mathematics & Business Administration
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HALL COUNCIL - First Row: Debbie Hall, Simp
Broughton, Kim Mitchell. Second Row: Brad Goar,
RA's and SA's - First Row: Judy Creer, Ruth Wilgus.
Second Row: Sam Foust, John Cockfleld, George
RESIDENT DIRECTOR - Sam Foust
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RD, RA's and SA's: Sheryl Moore, Beverly
Fox, Barb Booker, Sharon Crane, Julie
HALL COUNCIL - First Row: Beth Manire, Margaret Andrews, Ellen Smith. Second
Row: Jenny Walker, Susan Friedman, Donna Czegiedi, Traci Fraser.
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RESIDENT DIRECTORS - Jim, Mary Ann, Brandon,
and Lindsey Wise.
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HALL COUNCIL - Steve Arnold, Bill Argyie, Chris
Porter, John Rush.
RA's and SA's - First Row: Alex Albert, Pat Burke, Steve Ford. Second Row:
Tom Hudson, Sidney Bright, Mike Krtausch.
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RA's and SA's - First Row: Jean Plant, Wilma
Coleman. Second Row: Beckie Haynes,
Beth Sieber. Third Row: Teri Trotter,
HALL COUNCIL - First Row: Sarah Jane Lindsay, Lesley Boand, Jennifer Hart. Second
Row: Crystal Carroll, Teresa Welch, Tara Wey.
RESIDENT DIRECTORS - Andy and Clair
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RA's and SA's - First Row: Trevor Nelson, Joe Crabtree, Gene Wheatley, Ed Brewer,
Mike Weiss. Second Row: Bill Dent, Jeff Pierce, Tim Fitzgerald.
HALL COUNCIL - First Row: Johnny Russ, David Sanchez, Mark Mixner. Second Row:
Vernon Golden, Pat Moyer.
RESIDENT DIRECTORS - Pamela, Trevor,
and Emily Nelson.
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All College Council
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First Row: Dr. Elizabeth Fowler, Dr. Carolyn Blair, Sherry Bonham, Linda Stephens. Second Row: Mike Davis,
Dr. Alfred Perkins, Mr. Arthur Bushing, Mike Hester, Bill Strickland, Bill Bent, Don Xiques, Dr. Wayne
All College Council - The ACC is the equivalent of a Student
Council, except the ACC works to involve all members of the
college community. Composed of students, faculty, and staff, it
is chaired by President Anderson with Bill Dent serving as
Co-Chairman. Three major committees work under the ACC: The
Academic Life Council, Student Life Council, and the Religious
Life Council. Through these committees, the college is made a
more democratic community equally for students, faculty, and
"It has been an honor to serve my fellow students as
Co-Chairman of the All College Council this year.
Serving on the ACC has helped me to gain an
understanding of responsibility and all the commit-
ments that come with it. As Co-Chairman, I would like
to thank everyone who has devoted their time to
serving and working on the ACC this year. Thank you
all for a great year and an unforgettable learning
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PHOTOGRAPHERS - First Row: Joel Chesser, David Lee, Martin Paluga. Second
Row: Lesa Andrews, Sidney Bright, Tara Wey, Jennifer Hart, Randy Shackleford.
EDITOR - Sidney Bright
COPY EDITOR - Russell Gibson
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First Row: Tara Wey, Sarah Jane Lindsay, Martin Paluga. Second Row: Sidney Bright, Kay
Lippincott. Third Row: Joel Chesser, Jennifer Hart, Russell Gibson, Lesa Andrews. Fourth Row:
David Lee, Randy Shackleford, Exir Brennan.
Photos, faces, quotes, places. That's what this yearbook is. At least
now. But it becomes more. It becomes something that prods
memories and reminiscences - something that ties now and then,
then and now, together. It's the closest thing one can get to a
slice of life between two covers.
FACULTY ADVISOR - Mrs. Exir Brennan
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ASST. EDITOR - Sarah Jane Lindsay
HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER - Lesa Andrews
SECTIONS EDITOR - Kay Lippincott
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First Row: Traci Fraser, Nancy
Rojas, Barb Booker. Second
Row: Steve Arnold, Robin
Rimmer, Barbara Hogan,
Charles Melton. Third Row:
Kathy Fitzeli, Jenny Fitzell,
Led by editor Kathy Fitzell, this group
produces the college newspaper every
week. Members of this group write
stories, lay-out, and proofread each
edition of The Highland Echo. Out-
standing sections this year include
sports reporting and special features.
Kathy Fitzell - Editor, Barbara Booker - Assistant Editor.
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First Row: Bill Warren - Editor, Lisa Swisher. Second Row; Brad Coar. Cynthia Cunningham. Third
Row: Jim Kidder, Carol Humphrey, Fourth Row: Phil Merrill, Debbie Hail, Scarlett Carson, Dr. Beck,
Impressions - The members of this
organization collect, edit, and
layout the Maryville College Liter-
ary Magazine. Impressions presents
a means of self-expression open to
all members of the college
community. It recognizes the often
unseen talents of the more creative
First Row: Beth Neil, Sharon Pimm, Cathy Angell, Heidi Robinson, Teresa Welch, Glen Stout, Leslee
Hay, Amy Nicholson, Susan Jennings, Emily Nelson, David Sanchez, Cynthia Cunningham, Lora
Williams, Julie Nasipak. Second Row: Joe Longo, Ellen Snivley, Barbara Hogan, Lesley Boand, Ben
The Outdoor Club is an organiza-
tion open to all students who wish
to join and are invested with a love
of nature. The club enjoys our
outdoor world through activities
such as: hiking, skiing, horseback
riding, spelunking, and camping.
The Great Smoky Mountains Na-
tional Park provides an area rich
with opportunities for the Out-
door Club to relish the world
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Drama Club - The members of this
organization have a common inter-
est in theatre. Most members are
involved in Playhouse productions
during the year and want to
promote the image of theatre on
campus. By well-planned activities,
the officers hope to involve more
students in this important division
of the Arts.
First Row: Jean Plant, Frank Fiore, Diane McDaniels. Second Row: Heidi Warner, Beth Manire, Karen
Kotz, Bryan McFarland. Third Row: Linda Trostle, Lee Lord, Cynthia Cunningham, Jina Radozycki.
Third Row: Ruth Wilgus, Beckie Haynes, Lisa Swisher, Ellen Snivley, George Cassutto. Fourth Row:
Kathy Long, Tommy Brown. Fifth Row: Andy Bevers, Mark Beyer, Tracey DePue, Tim Fitzgerald.
Sixth Row: Tevor Nelson, Don Thomas.
Black Student Association - The
BSA is an organization of black
students interested in fellowship
and preservation of common iden-
tity. Through all-campus activities
the BSA works for recognition of
minorities as important members
of the college community.
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First Row: Monica Paige, Sara Covington. Second Row: Adrienne Ramsey, Dorcas Battle, Simp
Broughton, Vanessa Jordan, Toko. Third Row: Andrew Baker, Tyrone Matthews, Robert Loray,
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Beta Beta Beta
First Row: Shelley Kingsbury, Tara Wey, Lee McCampbell, Rebecca Cole, Wilma Coleman, Cathy
Angell, Beth Neil. Second Row: Martin Paiuga, Bruce Pettit, Joann Berretto, Pat Burke, Dr. Ramger,
Joe Wynne, Teresa Welch.
Beta Beta Beta - Our chapter of
this national biological society is
dedicated to achieving high stan-
dards in biological study at Mary-
ville. The activities of Tri-Beta
include seminars, lectures, and
field trips. Tri-Beta is also in charge
of the College greenhouse and
sponsors plant sales every Wednes-
SNEA - Our chapter of the
National Education Association is
open to students interested in
possible careers in education. The
group holds regular meetings
where problems in education
today are discussed. Guest
speakers are invited on a regular
basis and all seminars are open to
First Row: Lynda MacCall, Mary Jane Babich. Second Row: Steve Arnold, Sarah Jane Lindsay, Janet
Helwig. Third Row: Bill Warren, Mike Weiss, Walt Montgomery.
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student Music Educator's National
Conference - SMENC is a professional
organization founded to provide its
student and professional members
with the opportunity to share ideas
and discover more about music
education through seminars, publica-
tions, and conferences.
Wendy Wolfner, Barbara Morrow, Darlene Cilman, Bill Bender.
Delta Omicron is a professional
women's music fraternity founded in
1909 at the Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music. Delta Omicron's purpose is to
create and foster fellowship, develop
character, and promote high ideals of
musicianship and scholarship. Delta
Omicron also holds musicales, formal
meetings, and performs musical ser-
Barbara Morrow, Karen Harvllle, Darlene Gi
Dorothy Bushing, Margaret Andrews, Wendy
First Row: Janet Helwig, Scarlett Carson, Beverly Fox, Angela Murphy, Ed Brewer. Second Row:
Julie Wickstrand, Amy Grubbs, Carol Coffey, Mary Hughes, Andrea Vousden, Linda Hasty. Third
Row: Sheila White, Mrs. Gilmore, Jim Kidder, Kim Morris, Susan Jennings. Fourth Row: Steve
Ford, Ed Davila, Ed Welch. Fifth Row: Peter Vial, Todd Honeycutt; John Sanders.
Worship Committee - This campus
organization is responsible for
religious activities on campus. The
group is composed of members of
all faiths and plans its activiites
accordingly. Besides being a plan-
ning committee, it also provides
good fellow/ship for its members.
Intervarsity - This organization is a
Christian Fellowship open to all
members of the campus and
community. Members enjoy Bible
study and other Christian activities.
First Row: Shelia White, Lynda MacCall. Second Row: Chandra Williams, Connie Wheeler, Amy
Grubbs. Third Row: Julie Humpert, Laurie Nelson, Cynthia Cunningham. Fourth Row: Jim Kidder,
Mary Lea Ballman, Carol Cooper, Joel Chesser, Bill Warren, Lisa Swisher.
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The Social Committee plans the major social activities on campus,
attempting to provide a varied and well-rounded program. It plans
and administers such traditional activities as Homecoming and
"May Madness," and works with the food service in planning
study breaks and other social events on campus. It also seeks to
encourage spontaneity and to function as a task force at the
service of community members who have ideas for social events
and need help in carrying them out. It gives attention to
scheduling for a balanced program of social and recreational
First Row: Tommy Brown, Betty Schuster, Jean Plant. Second Row: Frank Fiore,
Bryan McFarland, Karen Kotz. Third Row: Debbie Hall, Kevin Crothers.
Circle K is a service organization that
is affiliated with Kiwanis. They are
involved in service to both the college
and the community and have per-
formed such services as painting the
football field and initiating the Big
Brother and Big Sister Organization
here on campus.
First Row: Todd Honeycutt, Ed Welch, Joe Longo. Second Row: Susan Jennings, Lisa Yacks, Leslee
Boand, Teresa Welch, Helen Smith. Third Row: Andrea Vousden, Missy Williams, Larry Martin, David
Denshaw, Paula Walton, Kevin O'Riley
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First Row: Susan Jennings, Linda Hasty, Ivy Hinton, Jean Plant, Claire Roberts, Lesley Boand.
Second Row: Kim Morris, Sharon Pimm, Lisa Yacks, Lesa Andrews, Teresa Welch, Beckie Haynes,
Lora Williams, Lynda MacCall, Rita Wade, Cynthia Cunningham.
First Row: Cynthia Cunningham, Janet Helwig, Sue Taylor, Sarah Jane Lindsay, Sandra Jones.
Second Row: Sue VanAken, Barbara Booker, Lee McCampbell, Wilma Coleman, Leslee Hay,
Debbie Hall, Ellen Smith. Third Row: Larry West, Russell Gibson, Beth Sieber, Linda Hasty, Andrea
Vousden, Amy Nicholson, Anita Baker, Marnie Evans. Fourth Row: Ed Welch, Martin Paluga, Brad
Allison, Brad Goar, Todd Honeycutt, Sidney Bright, Ellie Gilmore.
Chi Beta - This women's service
organization is open to all interest-
ed female students. All activities
sponsored by Chi Beta are service
oriented and usually are well-
planned by its officers. Initiation of
new members always provides
much needed excitement on cam-
Student Foundation - In its second
year, the Student Foundation
remains an honored organization
of Maryville's finest. Its members
act as ambassadors and hosts to
guests of the College. Working
closely with the Admissions and
Alumni offices, the students often
give tours, assist in alumni events,
and present an overall positive
impression of Maryville College.
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Pi Gammu Mu
Pi Gamma Mu - This is the internation-
al social science honor society. Its
function is to recognize the academic
achievements of students of the social
sciences; i.e., history, sociology, and
First Row: George Cassutto, Page Harris, Mike Weiss. Second Row: Dr. Harry Howard, Dr. Young
- Bae Kim, Dr. Russell Parker, Dr. Wallace Lewis.
Jazz Ensemble - This is a small musical
organization that provides an op-
portunity for students to utilize their
musical talents in a relaxed and
enjoyable atmosphere. The group also
has the opportunity to perform
periodically throughout the year.
First Row: Tom KiersnowskI, Susie Kinnee, David Irwin, Melanie Teffeteller. Second Row: Paula
Walton, Ric Brand, David Denshaw, Don Rufus, Ed Brewer, David Eddington, Hampton Henry.
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Sign Language Club
Sigma Lambda Kappa, the Sign Lan-
guage Club, is both a service and social
organization. The purpose is to give
students opportunities for experiences
outside the classroom in communicat-
ing with deaf people. Fund raising
projects provide monies for activities
in conjunction with Deaf Awareness
week or other worthwhile activities
related to deafness.
First Row: Kim Mitchell, Cynthia Cunningham. Second Row: Jina Radizycki, Ciretta Carperter, Barbara
Hogan, Amy Nicholson, Susie Kinnee, Jean Plant, Sharon Pimm. Third Row: Irma Young, Pat Walker,
Julia Wickstrand, Connie Wheeler, Mary Lea Ballman, Kathy Conklin, Donna Whitley. Forth Row: Ben
Hornsby, Ellen Smith, Ed Cervasoni, Lisa VanDivort, Gary Mowl, Karen Shaffer.
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This organization works toward a
better understanding between
members of foreign nations. Those
interested in international matters
foster their interest through fellowship
activities such as international dinners.
First Row: Amy Crubbs, Lina Anawatabi, Rosa Wong, Tami Frye, Yumi Okubo. Second Row: Faith
Thompson, Susie Kinnee, Marie LeGrains, Hamdan Bader, Jim Kidder. Lee McCampbell, Domingo
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Lambda Delta - Members of this Freshman
Honorary Society are chosen at the end of their freshman
year. Membership is reserved for the top ten percent of
the class with a minimum GPA of 3.5. The student remains
an active member through his sophomore year and usually
assists in initiation of new members the following spring
First Row: Martin Paluga, Bruce Petitt, Clennis Riedl. Second Row: Mary
Hughes, Lee Millar, Sarah Jane Lindsay, Amy Nicholson, Marnie Evans.
Third Row: Kay Lippincott, Karen Spence, Andrea Vousden.
American Chemical Society - The ACS
is open to all students with an interest
in chemistry or chemical Engineering.
The organization provides its members
with an opportunity to present and
listen to formal seminars on chemical
topics. The ACS is the largest scientific
organization of its kind and the MC
chapter has been named Outstanding
Chapter numerous times in the past
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First Ro\y: Todd Dickson, Dr. Terry Bunde. Second Row: Dr. Robert Naylor, John Cook, Bill Dent,
Charles Along!, Randy Shackleford, Lee McCampbell, Russell Gibson, Rebecca Cole, JoAnn Beretto.
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Phi Mu Alpha
First Row: Bill Bender, David Edington, Frank Fiore, Andrew Bever. Second Row: Ed Brewer, Todd
Dickson, Bill Dent.
First Row: Barbara Morrow, Diane McDaniels, Karen Kotz, Ivy Hinton, Tracy DePue, Kama Cook,
Angela Murphy, Lori Kuchlbauer, Masako Yoneda, Laura Woodhull. Second Row: Teresa Lawson,
Gloria Anaple, Dorothy Gillun, Melissa Morton, Simp Broughton, Paula Walton, Wendy Wolfner, Sue
Taylor, Leslee Hay, Maelea Morrison. Third Row: Trent Gilmore, David Denshaw, Mark Beyer, Todd
Dickson, Bryan McFarland, Mike Good, Frank Fiore, Mike Hawn, Jeff Hayes, Dr. Dave Cartledge,
Phi Mu Alpha is a men's professional
music organization designed as a
service club. The club provides ser-
vices to the campus such as painting
the band room and sponsoring
In his first year as Choir Director, Kent
Skinner has maintained the high
standards set in past years for MC's
Choir. The Choir is open to all
members of the College community
and allows those with musical talent to
exhibit it on MC's behalf. Besides its
religious obligations, the choir acts as
an important public relations tool and
tours different areas of the country
each spring break.
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Whose Life Is It Anyway?
The Cast of A Midsummer Night's
Under the direction of Don Thomas, the MC
Playhouse presented three major produc-
tions in 1981-82. The Fall production of
Whose Life Is It Anyway? featured Kathy
Long in the leading role. Winter term's
production, A Midsummer Niglit's Dream,
worked to involve numerous campus
members through acting, set design, and
technical work. The Pirates of Penzance \Na%
chosen for the Spring production and
promised to keep the spirit of theatre alive
at Maryville College.
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HOW ABOUT THEM LADY SCOTS!
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First Row: Mari Jennings, Kandy Schram, Kay Julian, Tammy Williams. Second Row: Manager Br
Reese, Donna Owens, Deanna Chapman, Coach Sharon Brown.
Rigeil, Bonnie Dobson, Robin Rimmer, Rachel
NOTES FROM THE COACH:
1. Finished #10 in nation in NCAA Division III;
2. Traveled to Stevens Point, Wisconsin, for Regional competition.
Lost to Occidental College from Los Angeles, California, in first
3. Held first ever NCAA Division ill Final Four Championships at MC.
First place went to University of California at San Diego; second
place w/ent to Occidental; third place w/ent to Juniata; and fourth
place went to Illinois Benedictine.
COACH'S COMMENTS: MC made the transition well from having lost
two starting seniors from the previous year. We had good victories
over UT Chattanooga, Austin Peary, and MTSU, and we're not afraid
to play the best. Only Division III losses were to Bryan and Radford.
The other ten losses came to Division I and Division II Schools.
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Owens and Coach
Captain and Senior Donna Owens
Senior Deanna Chapman
at Maryville, 6:00 pm
-Tennessee Temple, at Maryville,
-Maryville College Invitational, at
Maryville, 5:00 pm
-Carson - Newman College, at
Jefferson City, TN, 5:00 pm
-UT Martin Invitational, at Martin,
TN, 5:00 pm
-King College Triangular - King
College, Tusculum, Maryville Col-
lege at Bristol, TN, 6:00 pm
-Emory and Henry Invitational, at
Emory, VA, 5 00 pm
tucky, Maryville College at Coo-
; Chattanooga, TN, 6:30
-Bryan Triangular -
-King College, at Maryville, 6:30 ;
-East Tennessee State University,
lohnson City, TN, 6:30 pm
-Milligan Invitational, at Millig;
Maryville College, at Maryville,
-MTSU Triangular. - Middle Tenn
lege, Lambuth College, at
freesboro, TN, 5:00 pm
'What A Great Day!'
Scots capture winning season
First Row: Bob McQuade, Jon Watson, Chris Falco, Gerry Shadley, Keith Martin, Dave Evans, John Cockfield, Mike Wortman, Glen Katz, Alex Albert.
Second Row: Bob Glowers, Bill Goetsch, Don Sawyer, Greg Driver, Scott Dixson, Jon Roberson, Ed Ainsworth, Jeff Skipper, Brian Shea, Doug Knight.
Third Row: Chuck Angelus, Don Poeppel, Earl Stokes, Mark Barron, Mike Krtausch, Dave Sheffield, Tony Fletcher, Jeff Carboneau, Ed Belfi, Tony
Mitchell. Fourth Row: Bill Adair, Mike Williamson, Mike Evangelisti, Mike Surrency, Dudley Taliaferro, Charles Haynes, Darrell Strother, Brian Tucker,
Darius Fagin, Tony Volkodav. Fifth Row: Paul Anagnostis, Thomas Lindsay, John O'Donnel, Brian Gunter, Danny Bouch, Joe Wortman, Brian Skipper,
Hal Helton, Vince Safatinos, Steve Monday. Sixth Row: Ed Jones, Archie Poeppel, John Riffle, Will Randolph, Mike Scotti, Shannon O'Brien, Mark
Araujo, Pat Moyer, Pat O'Brien, Todd Schlenker, Ralph Tennant. Seventh Row: Linda Barile, Veron Golden, Mike Wilhite, Rich Morrow, Jack White,
Mike Shannon, Joe Fazioli, Jim Rice, Jerry Thompson, Don Titman. Eighth Row: Tom York, Ken Bartuccio, Jeff Belcher, Randy Topping, Wayne
Cockcroft, Gene Smiley, Johnny Russ, Truit Graue.
that graduates only two seniors, tl
Fighting Scots Football team had a remarkable
Captains Keith Martin, )on Watson, and Dave Evans led
the talented, young Scot team to a 5-4-1 record. Their
ability to fight back when all seemed hopeless earned
them a 2nd place finish in the Old Dominion Athletic
Conference behind Washington and Lee (although both
teams had identical conference records, Washington and
Lee outscored Maryville 14-1
game). The never-say-die attitude of the Scots enabled
them to come from behind three diffei
i-Sydney to finally overtake the Tigers 35-21.
Trailing Emory and Henry 0-10 going into the final period,
1 proved themselves worthy of their
nail-biting fans by mounting two scoring drives in the 4th
prevail 14-10. And the Scots endeared
themselves to the homecoming crowd when once again,
trailing Southwestenr 3-21 after three quarters, they
fought back to a 24-24 tie capped by Gene Wheatley's
miraculous catch in the end zone with 24 seconds left in
the game and Pat O'Brien's tw
Chuck Angelus. Finally the freshman dominated Scots
gained valuable experience by playing nationally ranked
t Georgia, Depauw University, and Millsaps.
For their superior play, five members of the fighting Scots
named 1st Team All-Conference. These
Gene Wheatley, Offensive Guard Doug Knight,
Defensive Tackle Alex Albert, Linebacker Ed Belfi, and Bob
McQuade at Defensive Back. Those named to the 2nd
Team were, offensively: Dave Evans, Mike Krtausch, Mike
Scotti, Tony Fletcher, Pat O'Brien, and Chuck Angelus . . .
defensively: John Cockfield, Jeff Carloneau, and Jeff
Skipper. Of these 14 All-Conference players, only one is
lost to graduation. Look out i
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Bob Glowers - Senior
Joe Crabtree - Senior
Dave Evans - Senior
Jon Watson - Senior
Keith Martin - Senior and Student Coach Art Ogden - Head Coach
COACHES - First Row: Pat Ballard, Wayne Thompson, Jim Wise, Jerry Thompson. Second
Row: Jim Davis, Art Ogden, Mike Ledford.
CAPTAINS - Dave Evans and Jon Watson
Emory & Henry
Washington & Lee
First Row Mark Street, Walt Hardaway, Bobby Rimmer, Andrew Baker, Bo Foxx, Brian Gray. Second Row: William Gipson, Gordon Miller, Tyrone Matthews,
Greg Gheen, Larry Winter, Brian Williams, Tom Bill Weston, Sterling Bales.
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Last year the Scots posted an
impressive record of 15-11.
This was the most wins in thirty
years. The 81-82 line up
contains no seniors but despite
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CAPTAINS: Tom Bill Weston and Andrew Baker
team's strengths as depth, team speed, and amazing shooting abilities.
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LADY SCOTS BASKETBALL
First Row: Assistant Coach Brenda Cooper, Rachel Reese, Kim Allen, Brenda Babb, Melissa Sullivan, Head Coach Sharon Brown. Second Row: Stacy
Medlin, Robin Rimmer, Mini Chesney, Trina Coggins, Sara Covington, Candy Nutter, Beverly Evans, Robin Simmons.
SENIOR - Brenda Babb
CAPTAIN - Kim Allen
1981-82 Women's Basketball
Tennessee Temple University
University of the South
University of the South
Tennessee Temple University
Emory & Henry
Kim Hatfield, Carol Carter, Susan Williams, Mary Jane Babich, Sissy Gravely, Terri Roberts, Ginger Harris.
SENIORS: Carol Carter and Sissy Gravely.
CAPTAINS: Ginger Harris, Sissy Gravely, Kim Hatfield.
Carol Carter, Terri Roberts, Sissy
Gravely, Susan Williams, Ginger
Harris, Kim Hatfield
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First Row: Glenn Stout, John LaCava, David Luzadder, Eric Deziel, Cory Alden, Mike Weiss. Second Row: Pete Worley, Jeff Denson, Mack Paschall,
Andy Steinbeck, John Beaupre, Mark Burnett. Third Row: Fernando Delfino, Carlos Avogaro, Eduardo Delfino, Ken Davidson, Chris Laisy, Mike
Sabatelle - coach.
Men's Soccer 1981
Washington & Lee 4
Longwood College 9
Hampden - Sydney 8
Lynchburg College 7
Milligan College 2
Tennessee Wesleyan 3
University of the South 6
Milligan College 1
Eastern Mennonite 1
Roanoke College 3
Tennessee Tech 1
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In the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, the
second leading scorer was senior, Fernando
Delfino on the second team offense. He
accumulated a total of 25 points, with 11 goals
and 3 assists in 10 games. He averaged 2.50
points per game. Coach Sabatelle said he was
"Best Offensive Player, Highly Skilled Pro
In talking about freshman John Beaupre, on
the second team Defense, Coach Sabatelle was
quoted as saying he was the "Most Valuable
Team Player" and "Very Steady, Consistent,
Mature for a Freshman."
In the ODAC Scoring, the sixth and eleventh
place also went to Maryville College. Number
Six was Eduardo Delfino, a freshman who
averaged 1.33 pts/game, with 12 points, 4
goals, and 4 assists in 9 games. Junior Ken
Davidson was ranked eleventh, with an
average of .73 pts/game, and 8 points, 3 goals,
and 2 assists In 11 games.
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Sports - 133
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First Row: Laura Hart. Second Row: Amy Blanc, Colette Kehoe, Julie Quinton, Cathy Angell, Jackie Dye, Laurie WiniarskI, Amy Nicholson. Third
Row: Linda Trestle, Mary Hughes, Sue VanAken, Beth Neil, Marie LeCrain, Gretchen Wadewitz, Laura Woolard, Allison Perry.
Women's Soccer 1981
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee
CAPTAINS: Sue Van
Aken, Beth Neil
134 - Sports
1981 marked the beginning of the first
official women's soccer club in MC history.
According to the founder, Beth Neil, the
players were "loyal, devoted, and improved
greatly with each match." Their potential
began to show toward the end of the
season, as the scores indicate. The club was
self-supporting through doughnut sales and
aluminum can collections. They truly
appreciated the support of their fans. We're
proud of you, ladies!
Beth Neil - Senior
Colette Kehoe - Senior
Allison Perry - Senior
Laura Woolard - Senior
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First Row: Kevin
Row: Steve Arnold,
Dave Raulerson, Jim
Kidder, Pat Dyer.
CAPTAINS: Randy Shackleford and
COACHES: Steve Arnold, assistant,
and Pat Dyer, head.
SENIOR: John Sanders
First year head coach Pat Dyer, assisted by Steve Arnold, prepares a team torn by graduation.
Losing their 2nd-5th position players, the Scots return their number one and number six players
and embark on a 12 game schedule and prepare for the seasonal ODAC tournament.
136 - Sports
First Row Maria Irwin, Shar-
on Pimm, Shelley Kingsbury,
Tern Roberts. Second Row:
Ellen Smith, Mari Jennings,
Sharon Wood, Coach Brenda
The Maryville College Lady Scots Tennis Team, under the leadership of
second year coach Brenda Cooper, anticipates its best season ever. The
Lady Scots are led by returning starters Sharon Wood, Shelley Kingsbury,
and Sue Spence with newcomers Maria Irwin, Ellen Smith, Mari Jennings,
Terri Roberts, and Donna Owens. The Lady Scots feel they will have a
tough season facing Division II schools Carson Newman and Roane State
and top Division III schools.
Sports - 137
TRACK AND FIELD
TRACK - First Row: Charles Melton, Sam Hill, Joel Chesser, Mike Surrency, Ken Davidson, Jim Gerald. Second Row: Pat Foster, Darius Fagin, Brian Cunter,
Mike Scotti, Walter Nesbitt, Gene Wheatley, Jim Davis.
138 - Sports
FIELD - First Row: Brian Shea, Alex
Albert. Second Row: Archie
Poeppel, Jim Davis, Ed Belfi.
Sports - 139
First Row: John Riffle, Ken Bartuccio, Todd Schlenker, Nick Venditti, Vernon Golden, Jim Rice, Will Randolph, Mike Wortman, Pat Moyer. Second Row:
Rick Brand, Domingo Castillo, Joe Wortman, Mark Woodhull, Mike Rohan, Matt Allison, Duran Williams, Chuck Angelus, Tony Mitchell, Coach, Mike
RETURNING STARTERS - First Row: Coach Mike Ledford. Second Row: Rick Brand, Nick
Venditti, Mark Woodhull, Duran Williams, Mike Wortman.
Coach Mike Ledford
140 - Sports
TO THE FIELD
FIRST YEAR PLAYERS - First Row: Vernon Golden, Ken Bartuccio, John Riffle, Pat Moyer, Will Randolph,
Jim Rice, Todd Schlenker. Second Row: Domingo Castillo, Joe Wortman, Chuck Angelus, Mike Rohan,
Matt Allison, Tony Mitchell, Coach Mike Ledford.
California (Pa.) State
Carleton (Minn.) State
Emory & Henry
University of the South
Washington & Lee
University of the South
SENIOR and CAPTAIN - Bill Dent
Sports - 141
First Row: Sterling Bales, Tom Swager, Bruce Blaisdell, Walter Nesbitt, Walt Hardaway. Second Row: Scott Chandler, Bo Foxx, Mike Rohan, Mark Street,
Coach Rich Suttle
142 - Sports
The Class Of 1982
ALLISON, JAMES B. - Political Science - 569 Sugar
Camp Drive, East Palestine, OH 44413. Football,
Intramurais, RA Copeland, RA Carnegie, Vernon M.
Queener Award, Athletic Committee, Judicial Com-
mittee, Dean's List, Mid-West Model United Nations.
ALONGl, CHARLES - Chemistry - 36 Willow Lane,
Newburg, NY 12550. American Chemical Society
president. Manager of Football Team, Intramurais,
Charles and Octavia Merrill Scholarship.
AMOS, KEITH G. - Business Administration - Route
1, Box 197A, Lenoir City, TN 37771. Baseball,
Cheerleader, Dean's List, intramurais.
ANDREWS, LESA D. - Biology - 1301 West Sullivan
Street, Kingsport, TN. Presidential Scholar, Head
Photographer for the Chilhowean, Beta Beta Beta,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Instructional Program Commit-
tee, Interim Committee.
ANGELL, CATHY - Environmental Science - 5516
South Bethel Church Road, Columbia, MO 65201.
Freshman ACC Representative, Band, Chi Beta,
Outdoor Club, Sophomore Class President, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Social Committee, Intramurais,
Women's Soccer Club, Beta Beta Beta, Judicial
Committee, Review Board.
ARNOLD, STEVE - Physical Education - 621 Fairground
Lane, Mountain City, TN 37683. Football, Tennis Most
Valuable Player, Tennis Student Assistant Coach,
Intramurais, Highland Echo Sports Editor, Intramurais
Director, ACC, Dorm President.
BABB, BRENDA A. - Biology - 1280 Bridwell Street,
Kingsport, TN 37664. Presidential Scholar, Beta Beta
Beta, Women's Varsity Basketball, Highland Echo,
Student Foundation, Intramurais, Judicial Committee.
BABICH, MARY JANE - Elementary Education - 1301
Brantwood Drive, Valrico, FL 33594. Cheerleading,
SNEA, Dean's List, Intramurais.
BAKER, ANITA M. - Biology - 1309 Sevierville Road,
Maryville, TN 37801. Presidential Scholar, Beta Beta
Beta, Student Foundation, Student Assistant in
BERRY, DOUGLAS F. - Business Administration - 2407
Pennsylvania Avenue, Maryville, TN 37801. Alpha
Lambda Delta, Blount County Alumni Scholarship,
Beulah M. Kittrell Scholarship, Dean's List.
BLACK, VICTORIA A. - Psychology - Box 2072,
Maryville College, Maryville, TN 37801. Ellen
Mapstone Scholarship, Band, Orchestra, Wind
Ensemble, "Messiah" Orchestra, Sigma Lambda Kappa
Treasurer, Dorm I Vice-President, Judicial Council,
Hall Council, Outdoor Club Advisor, Intramurais.
BLESSING, DEBORAH R. - English - 1517 Washington
Street, Edmond, OH 73034.
BREWER, EDWARD C. - Business - 1954 Fireside Drive,
Cincinnati, OH 45230. Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer
of Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-President of Tau Kappa Chi,
Assistant Editor of Highland Echo, President of Band,
Chairman of Hall Judicial Council, MC Rising Freshman
Music Scholarship, SA, Student Host, Marching Band,
Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, Choir,
Intramurais, Traffic Committee, Worship Committee,
Publications Committee, Dean's List, "Messiah",
Computer Room Lab Assistant, Judicial Review
BRIGHT, SIDNEY - Mathematics and Business
Administration - Route 1, Box 356, Church Hill, TN
37642. Yearbook Editor, SA, Sophomore Class
Vice-President, Junior Class Vice-President, Senior
Class Vice-President, MC Playhouse, Dean's List,
Intramurais, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Publications Committee, Review Board, Math Club.
BURKE, PATRICK T. - Biology - 6515 Meis Avenue,
Cincinnati, OH. Presidential Scholar, SA, RA,
Intramurais, Beta Beta Beta.
CARTER, CAROL J. - Interpreting - 13 Summer Road,
Burlington, NJ 08016. Majorette, Cheerleader,
"Messiah", Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore, Junior,
and Senior Class, Intramurais, Dean's List, Sign
CASSUTTO, GEORGE H. - History - 32 Carrollview
Avenue, Westminister, MD 21157. Playmakers,
Playhouse, RA, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Committee,
CHAPMAN, DEANNA - Psychology - 802 Tompkins
Street, Melbourne, FL 32935. Women's Volleyball,
Women's Basketball, Intramurais.
144 - Senior Directory
Locations throughout Blount County
BLOUNT NATIONAL BANK
CLEMENS, PATRICK L. - Political Science - 1634 Maury
Street, Alcoa, TN 37701. UN Midterm in St. Louis.
CRABTREE, JOESEPH H. JR. - Political Science - Route
1, Box 303, Copperhili, TN 37317. Dean's List, Football,
Elections Committee, Head Football Coach Search
Committee, RA, SA, Hall Judicial Council.
CREER, JUDY - Business - 14228 Union Avenue,
Orland Park, IL 60462. SA, RA, Dean's List, Intramurais.
CUNNINGHAM, CYNTHIA E. - Art - 16519 Laurel Field
Drive, Houston, TX 77059. Tennis Team, Outdoor
Club, Sign Language Club, Chi Beta, Dean's List, Art
Editor, Davies Award, Fine Arts Award, Gamma Delta,
Student Foundation, President of Sign Language Club.
CZEGLEDI, DONNA M. - Psychology and Interpreting
for the Deaf - 7 Democrat Road, Mickleton, NJ
08056-0068. Chi Beta, Sign Language Club, Band, Lloyd
DAVIS, MICHAEL K. - Biology - 61 Coolidge Avenue,
Glens Falls, NY 12801. Dean's List, ACC, Secretary of
American Chemical Society, Beta Beta Beta, Student
Life Council, Soccer Club, Intramurais.
DENT, WILLIAM H., Ill, - Chemistry - 107 Humming-
bird Drive, Maryville, TN 37801. Marching Band, Wind
Ensemble, MACCO, SA and RA in Copeland, Baseball
Team, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, American Chemical
Society, George Dewey Howell Scholarship for Most
Outstanding Rising Senior Chemistry Major, Out-
standing Achievement in Structural Chemistry Award,
FISHER, KENNETH M. - English and Foreign Language
- Route 2, Box 108, Stanley, NC 28164. Choir, Student
FITZGERALD, TIMOTHY M. - Business Administration
- Kenwood Avenue, Glenmont, NY 12077. Playmakers,
Playhouse, SA, Choir, Varsity Soccer Captain, Varsity
Baseball, Intramurais, Soccer Most Valuable Player,
Dean's List, Maryville-Alcoa Civic Ballet, Coffeehouses,
Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble.
FOX, BEVERLY K. - Economics and Business
Administration - Route 8, Sevierville, TN 37862.
Intramurais, Robert Ailey Burchfield Scholarship.
FRITTS, PAMELA M. - Elementary Education - 2438
Pennsylvania Avenue, Box 4, Maryville, TN 37801.
GIBSON, E. RUSSELL - Chemistry (Pre-Med) - Route
5, Box 453, River Divide Road, Sevierville, Tennessee
37862. Alpha Lambda Delta, American Chemical
Society, Beta Beta Beta, Playhouse, Presidential
Scholar, Student Foundation, Howell-Strain Pre-Med
Scholarship, Chilhowean, Academic Life Council,
Instructional Programs Committee of ACC, Dean's List,
Hall Judicial Council.
GILMAN, DARLENE Y. - Music Education - Route 2,
Monroe, TN 38573. Student Music Educators National
Conference, President and Secretary; Delta Omicron
Publicity Manager and President, Tau Kappa Chi,
SNEA, Band, Orchestra, Chi Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Intramurais, Flag Corps, Highland Echo, "Messiah,"
Fine Arts Award (3 years).
GOAR, BRAD - English - 2811 East Geddes Plaza,
Littleton, CO 80122. Student Foundation, Dean's List.
GRAVELY, MARY M. - Political Science - 382 Bonta
Drive, Harrodsburg, KY 40330. Alpha Lambda Delta,
Freshman class Secretary/Treasurer, Cheerleading
Captain, Intramurais, Social Sciences Honorary Society,
Dean's List, Chi Beta.
GRITMON, JAMES H. - Political Science - 843 Troxel
Road, Lansdale, PA. Community Standards and Values
Committee, Carnegie and Copeland Judicial Councils,
Varsity Basketball, Intramurais, Dean's List.
GUILLAUME, JEFF - Business Administration - 588
Everwood Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43214. Intramur-
ais, Intramural Director and Official, Junior Class
HAMBY, CHARLOTTE A. - Psychology - Route 2, Box
256, Oakwood, GA 30566. Softball, Dean's List.
HANSFORD, MARY - Political Science - Morningside,
Maryville College, Maryville, TN 37801.
HARRIS, PAGE - History - 3811 Taliluna Avenue,
Knoxville, TN 37917. Intramurais, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Beta Beta Beta, MC Playhouse, ACC, Dorm Council,
HELWIG, JANET - Math - Route 2, Carmack Road,
Flintstone, GA 30725. Tennis Team, Cheerleader,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Presidential Scholar, SNEA
President, Publications Committee, Workshop Com-
mittee, George Knapp Math Award, ALCOA Founda-
tion Scholar, Dorm Officer, Alpha Gamma Sigma
Award, SNEA Award.
HINTON, IVORA D. - Psychology - 4811 Renezet
Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37416. Choir, Softball, Band,
Beta Beta Beta, Chi Beta, Cordek, BSA.
HUDSON, THOMAS F. - Religion - P.O. Box 334,
Hughsonville, NY. Band, MACCO, MACCO Director
of Public Relations, Publications Committee, Highland
Echo Editor, Staff Assistant, Judicial Council, Play-
makers, Playhouse, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
146 - Senior Directory
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KEES, SANDRA L. - Business Administration - 1254
Montauk Highway, West Islip, NY 11795. Choir,
KEHOE, COLETTE - Economics and Business - Route
1, Box 123C, Laceyville, PA 18673. Women's Soccer,
KIERSNOWSKI, THOMAS M. - Business Administra-
tion - 416 Northeast Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte,
FL 33952. Jazz Band, Food Committee, Intramurals,
KINNEE, SUSIE - Psychology - 709 Cates Street, Apt.
4, Maryville, TN 37801. Dean's List, Sign Language
LAIPPLY, CHERYL - Elementary Education - 538 Illinois
Avenue, Mansfield, OH. Sign Language Club, Chi Beta,
LEE, DAVID - Physics and Chemistry - 26 Rose Avenue,
Westbury, NY 11590. Presidential Scholar, Dean's List,
Yearbook Photographer, American Chemical Society,
Gymnastics, Society of Physics Students.
LEWIS, TONY R. - Recreation - 1312 Young Avenue,
Maryville, TN 37801. Dean's List.
LOGAN, VANESSA M. - Political Science - 1102
California Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45237. Hall Floor
Representative, Black Student Association, Playhouse,
Playmakers, Student Coordinator of Student Activities.
Elections Committee, Intramurals.
LONG, KAREN M. - Studio Art
Circle, Brentwood, TN 37027.
MCCAMPBELL, MARGUERITE L. - Biology - 4315
Garden Drive, Knoxville, TN 37901. Presidential
Scholar, Susan Allen Green Award, President of
International Club, Beta Beta Beta.
MCCROSKEY, BETSY - Recreation - Route 3, Box 510,
Maryville, TN 37801. Yearbook Photographer, Softball
MCCROSKEY, MIKE - Chemistry (Pre-Med) - Hickory
Lane, Gatlinburg, TN 37738. Presidential Scholar, Beta
Beta Beta Affiliate Member, American Chemical
Society Vice-President, Student Foundation, Election
Committee Chairman, Scholarship to Argonne
Laboratory in Chicago, Intramurals, Structural
Chemistry Award, Midwest Model United Nations
MACCALL, LYNDA ANN - Elementary Education -
5021 Churchill Court, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.
Outdoor Club, SNEA, Inter-Varsity, Tennis Team.
MACKEY, NANCY A. - Interpreting - 625 Gramatan
Avenue, Mount Vernon, NY 10522. SNEA, Sign
MANNING, NANCY L. - Business Administration - P.O.
Box 264, Madisonville, TN 37354. Dean's List, MC
MARTIN, KEITH P. - Physical Education - 1536 Lime
Drive, Melbourne, FL. Phi Mu Alpha, MC Playmakers,
Football Student Coach, Football, Baseball, Social
MERRILL, PHILIP A.
English - 2944 Walnut Crest,
MINISH, ROBIN E. - Psychology - P.O. Box 2545,
Maryville College, Maryville, TN 37801. Alumni and
Student Representative Club.
MITCHELL, KIMBERLY - Studio Art - 31 Florence
Avenue, Oyster Bay, NY 11771. Sigma Lambda Kappa,
Dean's List, Knoxville Theater of the Deaf.
MONTGOMERY, WALTER L. - Art Education - 3201
Ellis Street, Knoxville, TN 37920. Soccer, Outdoor
Club, Band, Freshman Class President, Art Scholarship,
English Scholarship, Highland Echo.
MORRIS, KIMBERLY A. - Religion - Route 2, Box
341G, Inverness, FL 32650. Worship Committee,
February Meetings Committee, Circle K Secretary,
MURPHY, ANGELA P. - Religion - 3323 West 27th
Street, Bradenton, FL 33505. Presidential Scholar,
Playhouse, Worship Committee, Community Outreach
Committee, Choir, "Messiah," Chilhowean, Highland
NASON, DEBRA K. - Interpreting - 5 Jacob's Ladder,
Mountaintop, PA 18707. Sign Language Club.
NEIL, ELIZABETH - Pre-Physical Therapy - 437 Mimosa
Drive, Decatur, GA 30030. Beta Beta Beta, Concert,
Jazz, and Marching Bands, American Chemical Society,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Outdoor Club, Intramurals,
Captain of Soccer Club, Community Outreach
Committee, CIV Committee, Athletic Review Board.
OKUBO, YUMI - Business Administration - 341 Okubo
Masuho-cho MINAMIkoma-gun, Yamanashi-ken,
Japan 400-05. International Club.
OWENS, DONNA M. - Business Administration - 2453
Allan Adale Road, Melbourne, FL 32935. Captain of
Volleyball Team, Basketball Team, Intramurals.
148 - Senior Directory
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PERRY, ALLISON - English - Box 2588, Maryvllle
College, Maryville, TN 37801.
PERRY, RUBY A. - Business Administration - 2905 Fisk
Avenue S.W., Birmingham, Al 35211. Black Students
RALSTON, GEORGE A. - Interpreting - 708 Northwest
60th Street, Bradenton, PL 33529.
RICCI, JOANN - Psychology - 511 Vine Avenue, Toms
River, NJ 08753. Chilhowean, Dean's List.
RICE, PHILIP L. - English - Box 55, Gatlinburg, TN
ROBINSON, NADINE - Business Administration - Box
288, 704 Main Street, Delta, PA 17314. Student
Activities Committee, Playhouse, "Messiah."
SANDERS, JOHN M. - Biology - Brevard, NC 28712.
Beta Beta Beta, Tennis Team, Most Improved Tennis
Player-1980, Assistant Editor of Chilhowean.
SCHUSTER, BETTY L. - Music Education - 913 Sam
Houston, Dyersburg, TN 38024. Presidential Scholar,
Student Programming Committee, Choir, Marching
Band, Highland Echo, Student Foundation, Staff
Assistant, Presser Scholarship, Fine Arts Scholarship,
SHIELDS, TRENT R. - Business Administration and
Economics - Route 13, Box 94, Maryville, TN 37801.
STANSBURY, BARBARA - Interpreting - 5800
Woodburn Drive, Knoxville, TN 37919. Social
Committee, Circle K Club, Lloyd Judicial Board, Dean's
STEINBECK, ANDREW E. - Psychology - 39 Briar Road,
Wayne, PA 19087. Soccer, Chilhowean, Judicial Board,
Volunteer Work with Child and Family Services of
TEFFETELLER, TONY H. - Business Administration - Box
336, Route 13, Maryville, TN 37801. Intervarsity.
TROTTER, TERI K. - Business Administration - Route
2, Box 343, Athens, TN 37303. Dean's List, Faculty
Women's Scholarship, Band of Maryville Scholarship,
Peterson Scholarship, ALCOA Foundation Scholarship,
Intramurals, Sign Language Club.
VENDITTI, EDWARD J. - History - 7817 Northwest 66th
Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33319. Football, Intramur-
als, Dean's List, Presidential Scholar.
WALKER, ELIZABETH L. - English - 1310 Collinsdale,
Cincinnati, OH 45230. Intramurals, Theta Epsilon,
Impressions, Highland Echo Photogrpaher.
WARNER, HEIDI E. - Business Administration - P.O.
Box 103, Grayson, GA 30221. Dean's List, President and
First Vice-President of MC Theatre Association,
Majorette, Playhouse, "Messiah", Outdoor Club.
WEISS, MICHAEL S. - History - 1945 West Wesley Road
Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30327. Dean's List, Vernon M.
Queener History Award, Highland Echo, Varsity
Soccer, Pi Gamma Mu, Judicial Review Committee, RA
WHEELER, CONNIE S. - Interpreting - 1331 Tsali Trail,
Lake City, Ga. 30252.
WICKSTRAND, JULIA M. - Interpreting - 10617 Seneca
Ridge Drive, Gaithersburg, MD 20760. Dean's List,
Sigma Lamba Kappa, SA, RA, Intramurals, World
Concerns Committee, Lloyd Judicial Board, Interna-
WILGUS, RUTH A. - Studio Art - 4930 Mountain Crest
Drive, Knoxville, TN 37918. CM^oivean photographer.
Art Scholarship, Commissioned by School for Artwork,
RA in Lloyd, RA in Pearsons, Dean's List, Playmakers,
Coffeehouse, Van Metre School Of Dance.
WILSON, SCOTT J. - Business - 34 McKinley Plaza,
Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.
WOODRING, PETER A. - English - Route 2, Box 106
B, Chenoa, KY 40925. Wrestling, Athletic Committee.
WOOLARD, LAURA B. - Interpreting and Psychology
- 503 Falkirk Road, Wilmington, DE. Dean's List, Sigma
YONEDA, MASAKO - Music Performance (Piano) - 47
Nihonenoki Kanagawaku Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-
ken, Japan. International Club, Japanese Class Tutor,
ZENICK, DANIEL L. - Business Administration and
Economics - Route 12, Box 521, Maryville, TN 37801.
Soccer, Highland Echo Photographer, Dean's List,
150 - Senior Directory
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Abramson, Michelle - 66
Adair, Francis - 121
Ainsworth, Edwin - 55, 121
Albert, Alexander - 61, 73, 97, 121, 138, 139
Alden, Cory - 132
Allen, Kimberly - 14, 95, 128, 129
Allen, Shawna - 55
Allison, Brad - 1, 6, 43, 94, 111
Allison, Matt - 140, 141
Alongi, Charles - 43, 73, 114
Amos, Keith - 43
Anabtawi, Lina - 61, 113
Anagnostis, Paul - 86, 121
Anaple, Gloria - 115
Andrews, Lesa - 43, 77, 81, 86, 102, 103, 105,
Andrews, Margaret - 61, 86, 96, 108
Angell, Cathy - 42, 43, 81, 90, 105, 107, 134,
Angelas, Charles - 121, 140, 141
Apgar, Janet - 61
Araujo, Mark - 121
Argyle, William - 55, 97
Arnold, Steve - 15, 43, 97, 104, 107, 136
Avogaro, Carlos - 132
Babb, Brenda - 43, 78, 128, 129
Babich, Mary Jane - 13, 43, 75, 76, 81, 88,
90, 107, 130
Bader, Hamdan - 67, 113
Baker, Andrew - 43, 55, 106, 126, 127
Baker, Anita - 86, 111
Bales, Sterling - 61, 126, 142
Ballman, Mary Lea - 61, 96, 109, 113
Barile, Lindy J. - 121
Barron, Mark - 82, 121
Bartuccio, Kenneth - 121, 140, 141
Battle, Dorcas - 61, 106
Beaupre, John - 67, 132
Belcher, Jeff - 121
Belfi, Ed - 121, 139, 158
Bender, Bill - 55, 78, 108, 115
Benton, Rhonda - 67
Berretto, JoAnn - 55, 107, 114, 159
Berry, Doug - 44
Bevers, Andrew - 55, 106, 115
Beyer, Mark - 55, 106, 115
Black, Vicky - 44
Blair, Connie - 67
Blair, Kathy - 44, 59
Blaisdell, Bruce E. - 142
Blanc, Amy - 134
Blessing, Deborah - 44, 80
Boand, Leslie - 67, 69, 86, 98, 105, 110, 111
Bobbitt, Mary Ann - 6, 67, 86
Bonning, Dianne - 55
Booker, Barbara - 54, 55, 96, 104, 111
Bouch, Daniel - 67, 121
Bowen, Mary Jo - 61
Braden, Paula - 67
Brand, Ric - 55, 112, 140
Brannon, Cindy - 61
Brewer, Ed - 44, 90, 99, 109, 112, 115
Bright, Sidney - 42, 44, 57, 77, 79, 80, 90,
97, 102, 103, 111
Broughton, Cynthia - 55, 95, 106, 115
Brown, Thomas - 61, 106, 110, 116
Buchholtz, Bryan - 86
Buchholtz, Cameron E. - 67
Burke, Pat - 44, 73, 97, 107
Burnett, Mark - 132
Burnette, Mary Jane - 67
Canon, Melissa - 61
Carbonneau, Jeffrey - 121
Carlton, Jackie - 55
Carmigniani, Jimmy - 61
Carpenter, Ciretta - 67, 113
Carroll, Crystal - 67, 98
Carson, Dottie - 61, 64, 89
Carson, Scarlett - 55, 105, 109
Carter, Amy Jo - 67
Carter, Carol - 12, 42, 44, 75, 78, 81, 130,
Cassuto, George - 45, 87, 91, 95, 106, 112
Castillo, Domingo - 113, 140, 141
Chandler, Scott - 142
Chapman, Deanna - 45, 118, 119
Chesney, Mimi - 128
Chesser, Joel - 61, 86, 102, 109, 138
Chilcoat, Shannon - 67
Clarke, Jeffrey - 67
Clemens, Pat - 45
Glowers, Bob - 121, 124
Cockcroft, Wayne - 121
Cockfield, John - 55, 95, 121
Coffey, Carol - 55, 109
Coggins, Trina - 67, 128, 129
Cole, Rebecca - 55, 76, 107, 114
Coleman, Wilma - 60, 61, 98, 107, 111
Conklin, Catherine - 67, 86, 113
Conrad, Janet Gaile - 67, 159
Cook, John L., Ill - 55, 73, 114
Cook, Kama - 115
Coomer, Anne - 61
Cooper, Carol - 61, 96, 109
Corbitt, Kimberley - 61, 96
Corey, Margaret - 55, 115
Covington, Sara - 67, 106, 128, 129
Crabtree, Joe - 45, 73, 99, 124
Cragle, Matt - 55, 56
Greer, Judy - 45, 95
Crothers, Kevin - 61, 86, 110, 136
Cunningham, Cynthia - 45, 105, 106, 109,
Curry, Regina - 67
Czegledi, Donna - 45, 78, 79, 81, 88, 96, 13
Dalton, Janna - 61
Daniels, Gary - 86
Davidson, Kenneth - 56, 132, 138
Davila, Edward - 7, 67, 109
Davis, Michael - 45, 74, 100
Davis, Peter - 56, 159
Davis, Ruby - 61
Delfino, Eduardo - 132
Delfino, Fernando - 56, 132
Denney, Jennifer - 61
Denshaw, David - 67, 110, 115
Denson, Jeffrey - 132
Dent, Bill - 46, 91, 99, 100, 114, 115, 141,
DePue, Tracy - 56, 83, 87, 106, 115
Deziel, Eric - 67, 132
Dickson, Todd - 9, 56, 114, 115
Dishman, Elizabeth - 61
Dixon, Scott - 121
Dobson, Bonnie - 56, 95, 118
Donahue, Louise - 67
Driver, Greg - 61, 121
Dye, Jackie - 56, 95, 134
Edington, David - 61, 86, 112, 115
Esty, J. Chris
Evangelisti, Michael - 121
Evans, Beverly - 62, 128
Evans, Dave - 121, 124, 125
Evans, Marnie - 62, 111, 114
Fagin, Darius - 121, 138
Falco, Chris - 62, 97, 121
Farrell, John - 67
Favors, Kim - 62
Fazioli, Joseph - 67, 121
Fiore, Frank - 87, 106, 110, 115
Fisch, Frank - 62
Fisher, Mark - 46
Fitzell, Johny - 104
Fitzell, Kathy - 56, 99, 106
Fitzgerald, Kelly - 67
Fitzgerald, Tim - 46, 73, 87, 106, 116
Fleenor, Melinda - 56
Fletcher, Tony - 121
Ford, Stephen - 56, 73, 97, 109
Foster, Patrick - 67, 138
Fox, Beverly - 46, 75, 109
Foxx, Darrell - 126, 142
Foy, Gary - 56
Eraser, Traci - 60, 62, 86, 96, 104
Frazier, Nickie - 62
Friedmann, Susan - 62, 96
Fritts, Pam - 46
Fry, Tammie - 113, 159
Gartrell, Ed - 62
George, Jeanne - 67
Gerald, Jim - 138
Gervasoni, Edward - 62, 113
Gheen, Gregory - 126, 127
Gibson, Russell - 42, 46, 71, 79, 86, 102, 103,
Gillespie, Brenda - 68, 98
Gillun, Dorothy - 68
Gilman, Darlene - 46, 78, 108, 115
Gilmore, Trent - 68, 115
Gipson, William - 68, 126
Goar, Brad - 11, 46, 72, 80, 95, 105, 111
Golden, Vernon - 99, 121, 140, 141
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Good, Michael - 68, 115
Grau, Truitt - 121
Gravely, Sissy - 47, 76, 91, 130, 131
Cray, Brian - 126
Greaser, Eric - 62
Green, Marcella - 68
Green, Tyrone - 68
Gritmon, James - 47
Grubbs, Amy - 56, 109, 113
Guillaume, Jeff - 72
Gunter, Brian - 121, 138
Julian, Donna - 118
Hall, Debora - 56, 95, 105, 110, 111
Hamby, Charlotte - 47, 76
Hamilton, James - 56
Hansford, Mary - 78
Hardaway, Walter - 62, 126, 142
Harmon, Terry - 68
Harris, Ginger - 56, 74, 130, 131
Harris, Page - 7, 47, 76, 86, 92, 112
Harrison, Robert - 67
Hart, Jennifer - 66, 67, 98, 102
Hart, Laura - 134, 158
Harville, Karen - 56, 108
Hasty, Linda - 56, 109, 111, 130, 131
Hatfield, Kim - 62
Hawkins, Lenida - 68
Hay, Leslee - 62, 86, 105, 111, 115
Hayes, Jeffrey - 56, 73, 86, 115
Haynes, Rebecca - 6, 11, 13, 57, 98, 126
Helwig, Janet - 9, 13, 47, 11, 78, 79, 81, 86,
88, 92, 107, 109
Hendry, Hampton - 112
Hester, Michael - 100
Hickman, Greg - 106
Hill, Sam - 142, 138
Hinton, Ivora - 44, 47, 11, 110, 115, 158
Hogan, Barbara - 68, 98, 104, 105, 113
Honeycutt, Todd - 62, 109, 110, 111
Hornsby, Benjamin - 68, 105, 113
Houtchens, Glenn - 62
Howard, Stanley - 57, 79, 97, 158
Hudson, Tom - 47, 72, 83, 87, 97
Hughes, Mary - 7, 62, 109, 114, 134
Humpert, Julie - 68, 109
Humphrey, Carol - 57, 105
Hurst, Teresa - 62
Irwin, Maria - 68, 137
Jafvert, Jane - 57, 83
Jennings, Mari - 118, 137
Jennings, Susan - 66, 68, 105, 109, 110, 111
Johnson, Tammie - 68
Jones, Edwin - 121
Jones, Sandra - 62
Jordan, Vanessa - 106
Katz, Glenn - 63, 83, 121
Kees, Sandra - 48
Kehoe, Colette - 48, 76, 134, 135
Kennedy, Michael - 68
Kibbons, Charles - 63, 105, 109, 113, 136
Kidder, James - 63, 105, 109, 113, 136
Kiersnowski, Tom - 48, 77, 112
King, Shaun - 8, 10, 57, 107, 137
Kingsbury, Shelley - 8, 10, 57, 107, 137
Kinnee, Susan - 48, 112, 113
Kirchner, Catherine - 82
Knight, Douglas - 63, 121
Kotz, Karen - 6, 57, 106, 110, 115
Krtausch, Mike - 82, 97, 121
Kuchlbauer, Hannelore - 68, 115
Laipply, Cheryl - 48, 76
Laisy, Christopher 132
Lawson, Teresa - 57, 115
Layman, Kelly - 63
Leahy, Peter - 68
LeBar, Amy - 63
Lee, David - 48, 77, 102
Legrain, Marie - 113, 134
Lindsay, Sarah Jane - 63, 98, 102, 103, 107,
Lindsay, Thomas - 121
Lippincott, Kay - 63, 86, 102, 103, 114
Livesay, Tommy - 57
Logan, Vanessa - 48, 50, 88, 96
Lonas, Angela Denise - 68
Long, Karen - 48, 78
Long, Kathryn - 57, 58, 87, 89, 106, 116, 158
Longo, Joe - 63, 105, 110
Loray, Robert - 68, 106
Lord, Lee - 57, 95, 106
Lovingood, Lenyce - 63
Lucke, Jill - 68
Luzadder, David - 132
McCampbell, Lee - 49, 86, 92, 107, 111, 113,
McCollum, Kathy - 68
McConathy, Laura - 63, 94
McCroskey, Betsy - 49, 75
McCroskey, Mike - 49
McDaniel, Diane - 63, 86, 106, 115
McDuff, Patrick - 68
McElroth, David - 69
McFarland, Bryan - 8, 57, 106, 110, 115
McNaughton, Doug - 57, 97
McNiell, Helen - 63
McQuade, Robert - 121
McWilliams, Valerie - 57, 76
MacCall, Lynda - 49, 80, 81, 107, 109, 111
Manire, Elizabeth - 57, 96, 106
Manning, Nancy - 49
Marshall, Joan - 63
Martin, Kenneth - 57, 124
Matthews, Clarence - 106, 126
Medlin, Stacy - 69, 128
Melton, Charles - 57, 104, 138, 139
Melton, Lisa - 69
Meneely, Laura - 69, 86
Merrill, Philip - 49, 105
Mertes, Michael - 57
Millar, Lee - 63, 114
Miller, Gordon - 126
Minish, Robin - 49
Mitchell, Kimberly - 50, 76, 95, 113
Mitchell, Anthony - 121, 140, 141
Mixner, Mark - 69, 99
Miyagi, Kinuyo - 57
Monday, Steve - 121
Montgomery, LaDonna - 58
Montgomery, Walt - 50, 72, 104, 107
Moore, Sheryl - 57, 96
Morris, Kimberly - 50, 77, 109, 111
Morrison, Mae Lea - 86, 115
Morrow, Barbara - 58, 108, 115
Morrow, Richard - 121
Morton, Melissa - 115
Moyer, Patrick - 99, 121, 140, 141
Mrazek, Craig - 63
Muller, William - 58
Murphy, Angela - 50, 79, 86, 109, 115
Nasipak, Julia - 69, 105
Nason, Debra - 50
Neil, Elizabeth - 50, 81, 105, 107, 134, 135
Nelson, Laurie - 63, 96, 105, 109
Nesbitt, Walter - 138, 142
Newmark, Victor - 69
Nicholson, Amy - 63, 105, 111, 113, 114,
Nutter, Candace - 58, 95, 128, 129
O'Brien, Pat - 65, 99, 121
O'Brien, Shannon - 121
O'Donnel, John - 121
Ogle, Beverly - 69
Okubo, Yumi - 50, 113
O'Reilly, Kevin - 69, 110
Owens, Donna - 50, 118, 119
Paige, Monica - 63, 106, 159
Paluga, Martin - 86, 102, 111, 114
Parks, Melissa - 69, 86
Paschall, Mack - 69, 132
Perry, Allison - 51, 76, 78, 134, 135, 158
Perry, Ruby - 51, 76, 78
Petitt, Bruce - 63, 86, 107, 114
Petree, Melanie - 58, 86, 94, 159
Pierce, Jeff - 58, 72, 99, 141
Pimm, Sharon - 15, 69, 98, 105, 111, 113, 137
Pitcock, Terry - 58
Plant, Jean - 54, 58, 87, 98, 106, 110, 111,
Poeppel, Arch - 58, 121, 139
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Poeppel, Donald - 69, 121
Porter, Chris - 64, 97
Post, Mickey - 64
Prescott, Brenda - 68
Pulliam, Thomas - 69
Quillen, Lora - 69
Quinton, Julia - 58, 96, 134
Radozycki, Jina - 64, 106, 113
Ralston, George - 51
Ramsay, Cynthia - 64, 97
Ramsey, Adrienne - 66, 86, 106
Randolph, William - 69, 121, 140, 141
Raulerson, David - 64, 136
Reed, Caroline - 64
Reese, Rachel - 118, 128, 129
RIcci, Joann - 51, 72
Rice, James - 121
Rice, Philip - 51, 140, 141
Riedl, Clennis - 64, 86, 114
Riffle, John - 121, 140, 141
Rigell, Brian - 58, 118
Riley, Jeffrey - 58
Rimmer, Robert - 64, 126, 127
Rimmer, Robin - 57, 58, 80, 104, 118, 128,
Roberson, Jonathan - 121
Roberson, Lee - 69
Roberts, Andrew - 98
Roberts, Terri - 130, 131, 137, 64
Robinson, Heidi - 58, 105
Robinson, Nadine - 51
Rodgers, Wayne - 58, 86, 77, 79
Rohan, Michael - 69, 140, 141, 142
Rojas, Nancy - 64, 104
Rufus, Donald - 69, 112
Rush, John - 97
Russ, Johnny - 69, 99, 121
Safatinos, Vincent - 121
Sanchez, David - 69, 99, 105, 112
Sanden, Rebecca - 64
Sanders, John - 42, 51, 74, 109, 136
Sasscer, James - 64
Sawyer, Donald - 64, 121
Schlenker, Todd - 121, 140, 141
Schram Kandis - 68, 118
Schuster, Betty - 51, 92, 110
Scotti, Michael - 121, 138
Shackleford, Randy - 58, 102, 114, 136
Shadley, Gerald - 121
Shafer, Karen - 69, 113
Shannon, Michael - 121
Shea, Brian - 121, 139
Sheffield, David - 69, 121
Shoffner, Jennifer - 58
Sieber, Beth - 54, 59, 86, 98, 111
Simmons, Robin - 69, 128
Skipper, Brian - 121
Skipper, Jeffrey - 121
Slack, Leah Ann - 59
Smiley, Eugene - 121
Smith, Ellen - 1, 64, 96, 110, 111, 137
Smith, Helen - 86
Snively, Ellen - 64, 105, 106, 113
Sowell, Evelyn - 64, 94
Spence, Karen - 64, 86, 114
Spence, Susan - 10, 58, 59, 74, 94, 137
Sperry, Kim - 70, 89
Stansbury, Barbara - 42, 52, 77, 81
Steinbeck, Andy - 15, 52, 132
Stewart, Margo - 70
Stokes, Earl - 86, 121
Stout, Glenn - 65, 105, 132
Street, Mark - 126, 142
Strother, Darrell - 70, 121
Sullivan, Mellissa - 8, 59, 128
Surrency, Michael - 70, 121, 138, 159
Swager, Thomas - 142
Swisher, Lisa - 59, 105, 106, 109
Taliaferro, Dudley - 121
Taylor, John - 59, 72, 94
Taylor, Susan - 9, 59, 111, 115
Teffeteller, Melanie - 65, 112
Teffeteller, Tony - 52
Tennant, Ralph - 70, 121
Thompson, Faith - 59, 113
Thompson, Gerard - 121
Tickle, Jeffrey - 86
Titman, Donald - 65, 121
Topping, Randall - 70, 121
Troke, Todd - 86
Trotter, Teri -
■ 59, 106, 134
52, 75, 92, 98
Vagnier, John - 70
VanAken, Susan - 59, 86, 74, 111, 134
Van Divort, Lisa - 65, 97, 113
Varney, John - 65
Venditti, Edward - 52
Venditti, Nicholas - 8, 65, 140, 141
Volkodov, Anthony - 70, 121
Vousden, Andrea - 65, 98, 109, 110, 111, 114
Wadewitz, Gretchen - 74, 134
Walker, Elizabeth - 52
Walker, Kathleen - 59, 74
Walker, Mary - 15, 64, 65, 96
Walton, Paula - 70, 110, 112, 115
Warner, Heidi - 6, 52, 106
Warren, William - 59, 105, 107, 109
Watson, Renee - 70
Watson, Jon - 121, 124, 125
Weiss, Michael - 1, 11, 45, 53, 74, 93, 99,
107, 112, 132
Welch, Edward - 65, 109, 110, 111
Welch, Teresa - 86, 98, 111, 70, 105, 107,
West, Larry - 111
Weston, Thomas - 59, 126, 127
Wey, Tara - 65, 98, 102, 107
Wheatley, Gail - 8, 97
Wheatley, Eugene - 99, 138
Wheeler, Connie - 53, 80, 109, 113
White, John - 121
White, Sheila - 65, 109
Whitehead, Robert - 59
Whitley, Donna - 65, 113
WIckstrand, Julia - 53, 77, 88, 93, 109, 113
Wilgus, Ruth - 42, 53, 75, 81, 87, 93, 95, 106
Wilhite, John - 70, 121
Williams, Brian - 126, 127
Williams, Chandra - 70, 109
Williams, Duran - 59, 72, 140, 141
Williams, Joan - 70
Williams, Lora - 70, 98, 105, 111
Williams, Susan - 65, 94, 130, 131
Williams, Tammy - 118
Williamson, Michael - 121
Wilson, Scott - 53
Winiarski, Laurie - 65, 134
Winter, Lawrence - 70, 126, 127
Wolfner, Wendy - 59, 108, 115
Wong, Rosa - 65, 113
Wood, Sharon - 137
Woodhull, Laurel - 70, 115
Woodhull, Mark - 59, 140
Woodring, Ginny - 77, 158
Woodring, Peter - 53, 73
Woodworth, Robert - 70
Woolard, Laura - 53, 76, 134, 135
Worley, Peter - 70, 132
Wortman, Joseph - 70, 121, 140, 141
Wortman, Michael - 121, 140
Wutt, Mary - 70
Wynne, Joseph - 59, 107
Xiques, Donald - 11, 60, 65, 100
Yacks, Lisa - 15, 70, 110, 111
Yoneda, Masako - 53, 76, 80, 115
York, Thomas - 65, 121
Youpa, Kimberly - 8
- 70, 111
My years at Maryville have been very special
to me. While at Maryville, 1 have been able to
realize the true meaning of life. I have grown
in many ways. 1 will always regard these four
short years as the beginning of a successful life.
In serving as editor of the Chilhowean, I have
also grown in many ways. Learning all about
Maryville, working with all kinds of people,
and acquiring a sense of school pride are just
a few of the benefits. I have been able to see
exactly how the entire Maryville College
The 7982 Chilhowean is a product of many
long and hard hours of work. To say the least,
it is the product of many contributors.
Tremendous gratitude goes to Kay for her
positive attitude and willingness to work; also
to Russell for his dependability and supportive
attitude. Lesa was a great asset in photography.
As for Swisher, thanks for everything. A special
thanks goes to Mike Boyatt for the use of his
photography in the opening section, and to
Sandy Stephens for typing the index. Finally,
thanks also goes to Mrs. Brennan for her words
of support and guidance.
This yearbook is produced for the Maryville
College Community. I hope that it will always
a source for remembering the yesterda/s.
yHThe todays and tomorrows are meant for
living, but the yesterdays are ours to treasure.
158 - Memories
Memories - 159