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TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 




THE JOURNEY BEGINS 






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TL: The Big Day! TR: Our hero and winner of the Big Race . . . Kevin 
Eichelberger! MIL; Leslie, next year we use my coin to flip for who 
pushes. MR: Chic Jeans come in all sizes. M2L: Bevy of TWC Beauties: 
Scarlett Hunt, Tracy Ebinger, Cindy Tipton, 1984 Queen Beth Parham, 
and Jackie Barnhart. BR: 1984 TWC Homecoming Queen with Keith 
Bailey. BL; I'm glad they finished the bleachers for the spectators. 



OUT A CROWN 







TL: Tracy Ebinger is escorted by Clint Baker. TR: Scarlect Hunc escorted by James Webb. MIL: 
Cindy Tipton escorted by brother-in-law, Bobby Davis. MR: Jackie Barnhart escorted by Evan 
Woods. M2L: The Winner is . . . Cindy Tipton! Dr. and Mrs. Cheek congratulate the 1986 
TWC Homecoming Queen. BR; I thought they said we could help them cheer! 
BL: TWC Legs Contest: Oh, You Beautiful Dolls! 



RECOGNITION 




Is there mure Canadian Moose Pit 
Chef Extraordinaire 





"Hey, Dad, how about the weekend off?" Daughter, Kim and Glen work 
together 

It couldn't possibly cost that much to feed the tootball team! 




WELL DESERVED 




GI.LN THOMAS LOWE 

Wt, the Nocatula Staff of 1986, would like to extend our greatest ap- 
preciation to Mr. Glen Lowe. Not only has Mr. Lowe provided supervision 
over the preparation of our food, but has forged with us a lasting bond of 
friendship. We wish to honor both his service and his companionship by 
dedicating the 1986 Nocatula to him. 

Glen Lowe (better known as "Chief or "Boss" by many) was born in 
1933 in Virginia. Upon graduation from high school, he joined the Marines 
and fought thirteen months in the Korean War. After returning from Korea, 
he left the Marines to finish his education, only to rejoin in 1957. During his 
reenlistment he was stationed in several exciting places around the world: 
Japan, Lebanon, the Phillipines, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. He also spent a 
tour of duty in Viet Nam where he received a Letter of Commendation and a 
Purple Heart. 

Mr. Lowe filled many positions in the course of his military career such as 
Drill Instructor for 36 months in South Carolina. After being stationed at 
several places throughout the United States he became a food technician. At 
one time, he was responsible for training cooks, bakers, and feeding 9,000 
people at one sitting. He successfully completed his career in the Marines and 
retired on July 29, 1976. 

After retirement, "Chief went to work for ARA. His first assignment was 
with the Alabama Nutritional Program, where he fed 13,000 senior citizens 
each day. During this time he attended the Auburn University School of 
Economics. 

Mr. Lowe has been at TWC for three years and has been a great asset to 
campus life. Although he spends about twelve hours a day (even Sundays) on 
campus he still finds time to be with his wife, Grace, their two daughters and 
beautiful granddaughter. 

Glen's philosophy of life is "The good Lord has put us on this earth for a 
reason and it is up to us to make ourselves happy! We shouldn't sit around 
feeling sorry for ourselves, we should get out there and make things happen 
for ourselves. We can cause our own problems, but we can especially bring 
happiness to others and ourselves. I like working with the faculty and 
especially the students. They make me feel young all over again!" 
Again, we say "Thank You" to Glen Thomas "Chief Lowe for his consis- 
tent concern and understanding. No one else would listen to all our com- 
plaints and still give his best! We wish for you, with admiration and respect, 
all the world's best. 



TL: Daughter, Rhonda, enjoys a happy time at home. ML: Rock-a-bye 
Granddad . . .. LL: The Real "Boss" — Granddaughter Brittany. LR: This 
is the life! Glen and Grace relax the most when they are fishing. 



THE BEST OF WESLEY AN 

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T: Receiving the honor ot Best Christian Witness must have 
been "Heaven Sent" forjenne Beach and Glen Reece. 

B: Jeff Webb and Angie Hamilton: It's music to our ears to 
hear that they are Most Talented. 




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T: Being Best Dressed on Wesleyan's campus isn't an easy job 
according to Roger Higgins and Tracy Ebinger. 

B: Most Likely to Succeed, Keith Bailey and Diana Kelly, 
pause for a moment before they go "once around the block." 




IN 9 EASY SHOTS . . . 




TL: Most Mischeivous, Karen Campbell and Steve Kerley were caught leaving 

the scene after unsuccessfully attempting to obtain Dr. Dunn's midterm 

exam. 

TR: Karen Peavyhouse and Scott Trigg seem to handle the pressures of Most 

Outgoing quite easily. 

LL: Being Most Dependable, it takes Rhonda McDaniel and "Trainer" 

Ehrenfeld forever to set up a date. 

LR: Chris Allen and Jack Barnhart, Most Attractive, have what it takes for 

the look of the 80's. 

L: Mr, and Mrs. TWC, Dwayne Brabson and Diane Renfro, displayed all of 

those unique characteristics we wish we all had. 



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SAID AND DONE 




Don Atkins 




Madisonville, TN 




Business 




Administration 




Melissa Alexander 




Greenville, TN 




Psychology 




Camille Beadle 




Pulaski, TN 




Elementary 




Education 




Sharon Bingham 




Athens, TN 




Accounting 




Glenda Brannon 




Tellico Plains, TN 




Social Science 




Education 




Lisa Brantley 




Greeneville, TN 




Communications 




Jane Currin 




Hillsville, VA 




Church Vocations 




Margaret Dannel 




Athens, TN 




Elementary 




Education 




Billy Daugherty, Jr. 




Madisonville, TN 




Mathematics 




Education 




Denise Davis 




Etowah, TN 




Accounting 




Kim Davis 




Maryville, TN 




Public 




Administration 




Debbie Derrick 




Etowah, TN 




Math/Secondary 




Education 





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Tennessee Wesleyan 



Kenneth Dunlap 
Louisville, TN 
Health/Physical 
Education 
Kevin Eichelbetget 
Newpott News, VA 
Physical Education 
Alice Edwatds 
Tellico Plains, TN 
English Education 



Kay Etheridge 

Chatswotth, GA 

Elementary 

Education 

Beverly Evans 

Knoxville, TN 

Health/Physical 

Education 

Eddie Farmet 

Summerville, GA 

Health/Physical 

Education 



Melissa Flanigan 
Athens, TN 
Health/Physical 
Education 
Yvonna Fouts 
Madisonville, TN 
Elementary 
Education 
Chuck Glass 
Arlington, TX 
Business 
Management 



Crystal Guffy 
Athens, TN 
English 

Thomas Guffy 
Knoxville, TN 
Business 
Management 
Angela D. Hamilton 
Norris, TN 
Music Education 




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Seniors Are 




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Harry Hamilton 
Hnglewood, TN 
Mathematics 
Patti Hester 
Madisonville, TN 
Psychology 
Laura K. Hickey 
Dalton, GA 
English Education 



Scarlett Hunt 

Madisonville, TN 

Human Services 

Thomas F. Ingram, 

Jr. 

Lenoir City, TN 

Histon 

Sara Inscho 

Madisonville, TN 

Biology 



Sue Ann Jones 

Athens, TN 

Math/Science 

Education 

Rajab Khashman 

Jordan 

Business 

Management/Economic 

Sherry K. King 

Riceville, TN 

Computer Science 



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Tammy Lynn 
Tellico Plains, TN 
Psychology 
Rhonda McDaniel 
Tracy City, TN 
English Education 
Sherrie McConkey 
Madisonville, TN 
Pre-Seminary 



NUMBER ONE 



Todd McConkey 
Madisonville, TN 
Pre-Seminary 
Pamela S. McMillan 
Knoxville, TN 
Behavioral Science 
Jeffrey Marsh 
East Ridge, TN 
Pre-Seminary 



Ronald "Chuck" 
Martin 

Barbourville, KY 
Business 
Management 
Kathy Melton 
Athens, TN 
History 
Bill Mitchell 
Madisonville, TN 
Business 
Management 



Thomas Mulligan 
South Amboy, NJ 
Business 
Management 
Masayuki Noritsune 
Kyoto, Japan 
Business 
Management 
Beth Patham 
Mosheim, TN 
Math/Secondary 
Education 



Ruth Pugh 
Athens, TN 
English 

Sharon Ordonez 
Etowah, TN 
Elem. /Secondary 
Education 
James Pickel 
Athens, TN 
Business Education 




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SECOND TO 




Glen Recce 
Dalton, GA 

Business 
Management 
Diane Renfro 
Blaine, TN 
Elementary 
Education 
Michael Rinehart 
Decatur, TN 
Mathematics 



Kerwin Rogers 
Madisonville, TN 
Accounting 
Mark Saunders 
Athens, TN 
Biology/ Chemistry 
Teresa E. Sherrill 
Crab Orchard, TN 
Business 
Management 



Connie Spakes 
Athens, TN 
Accounting 
Julie Stricklan 
Madisonville, TN 
Elementary 
Education 
Betty Strickland 
Knoxville, TN 
Church Business 
Management 



Gloria Tate 
Athens, TN 
Human Services 
Susan Tiegs 
Athens, TN 
Mathematics 
James Tobin 
Jacksonville, FL 
Psychology 



N-O-N-E 



JeffWadley 
Gatlinburg, TN 
Pre-Seminary 
James Webb 
Madisonville, TN 
Business 
Management 
Jeff Webb 
Englewood, TN 
Music 



Michael C. Webb 
Vonore, TN 
Business 
Management 
Julie White 
Athens, TN 
English 

Michael Wiggins 
Madisonville, TN 
Education 



Jo Wilkinson 
Maryville, TN 
Public 

Administration 
Robert A. Williams 
Plymouth, MN 
Health/ Physical 
Education 
Susie Wilson 
Maryville, TN 
Elementary 
Education 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 







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Ashraf Abuwarda 

Palestine 

Freshman 

Chris Allen 

Newport, TN 

Sophomore 

Lora Allman 

Big Stong Gap, VA 

Freshman 



Mary Ambrister 
Rossville, ,GA 
Junior 
Gary Amos 
Lynch, KY 
Freshman 
Ron Arms 
Knoxville, TN 
Freshman 



Kim Arnold 
Cleveland, TN 
Junior 
Keith Bailey 
Etowah, TN 
Junior 
Clint Baker 
Castleberry, FL 
Freshman 









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They'll have fun fun fun 'till their daddy takes the Mustang away! 
Two times two is four; tour times tour is eight . . . 




Anybody for Trivial Pursuit? 

Ya do the Hokey Pokey and you turn yourself around 



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Charlie Brackett 
Sweetwater, TN 
Freshman 
Tijuana Bradley 
Cleveland, TN 
Sophomore 
Cheri Brady 
Johnson City, TN 
Freshman 



Leslie Buckles 
Kingsport, TN 
Sophomore 
Tommy Bunch 
Decatur, TN 
Junior 

Shentonta Burchett 
Butler, TN 
Junior 




What more can I say 
than, "Oh, wow." 

The baseball team show 
their tails again! 



Gary Burgess 
Etowah, TN 
Junior 

Franco Burgos 
Buena, NJ 
Freshman 
Roseanne Burn 
Athens, TN 
Junior 



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Rodney Burton 
Rogersville, TN 
Freshman 

Karen Campbell 
Alcoa, TN 
Sophomore 
Claire Carnnger 
Knoxville, TN 
Freshman 



Don Chance 
Kingsport, TN 
Sophomore 
Jim Cheaves 
Guild, TN 
Freshman 
Caroline Cheek 
Athens, TN 
Junior 



Debbie Summy sulks 
because she doesn't like 
the soap opera everyone 
else does. 

You mean you want me 
to forget this accounting 
and go to Pizza Hut? 



Barbara Collins 
Englewood, TN 
Junior 

Derrick Combs 
Rutledge, TN 
Sophomore 
Kip Combs 
Rutledge, TN 
Sophomore 



Penny Cook 

Madisonville, TN 

Junior 

Barry Crabtree 

Athens, TN 

Freshman 

Gregg Crain 

Greenbrier, TN 

Sophomore 



Elizabeth Crisp 
Etowah, TN 
Junior 

Connye Crockett 
Ten Mile, TN 
Junior 

Angela Curtis 
Athens, TN 
Sophomore 



I'm Gumby, dang it! 

Now let me get this 
straight; He said what' 



Billy Devine, Jr. 

Englewood, TN 

Junior 

John Drinkwater 

Apopka, FL 

Freshman 

Ernest Droke 

Cleveland, TN 

Sophomore 




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Audrey Eaton 
Athens, TN 
Sophomore- 
Tracy Ebingei 
Danridge, TN 
Freshman 
Michael F.dmonds 
Madisonville, TN 
Sophomore 



Ernie Ehrenfeld 

Parseppany, NJ 

Junior 

Majdj El-Massri 

Palestine 

Freshman 

Paula Elmore 

Decatur, TN 

Junior 



De agony of de feet! 
Man, she is goodlookin! 



David Ezell 
Sweetwater 
Freshman 
Karen Fleury 
Riceville, TN 
Sophomore 
Renee Fox 
Maiyville, TN 
Junior 



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Tim Fritts 

Evansville, TN 

Freshman 

Betsy Fronk 

Midland, Michigan 

Junior 

Teresa Gardner 

Knoxville, TN 

Junior 



Patti Garwood 

Ten Mile, TN 

Senior 

Kim Gibson 

Calhoun, TN 

Junior 

Jason Goldberg 

Dalton, GA 

Freshman 



Tom Griffin 
Roxbury, NJ 
Sophomore 
Roy Guthrie 
Spring City, TN 
Freshman 
Hiro Harakawa 
Fukuoka, Japan 
Junior 




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Rubin H.ims 
Athens, TN 
Sophomore 
Ronnie Hatchett 
Houston, Mississippi 
Sophomore 
Ronnie Hayes 
Hickory, NC 
Sophomore 



Janine Helle 
Knoxville, TN 
Freshman 
Roger Htggins 
Benton, TN 
Freshman 
Andy Hight 
Marietta, GA 
Freshman 



Bill Hill 
Decatur, TN 
Junior 
Chris Hill 
Atlanta, GA 
Freshman 
Robert Hooper 
Tellico. TN 
Junior 




T — N — T!!! 

Where did we put that Playgirl magazine? 



Stacy Hutsell 

Athens, TN 

Juniot 

Jill Inzer 

Athens, TN 

Junior 

Jennie Johnson 

Newport, TN 

Sophomore 



I can't believe I ate 
the whole thing! 

Whew! What a 
grocery list! 



Elaine Jones 
Caryville, TN 
Junior 
Diana Kelly 
Dryden, VA 
Junior 

James Kennedy 
Athens, TN 
Junior 




Hani Khajah 

Kuwait 

Sophomore 

Raad Khashman 

Jordan 

Freshman 

Eun-Ah Ku 

Korea 

Freshman 



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Satoshi Kurosaki 
Tochigi, Japan 
Junior 

Susan Laws 
Newport, TN 
Sophomore 
Camala LeBaron 
Athens, TN 
Junior 





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I'll have a Big 


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and 


anything that shakes! 



John Linder 
Harrison, TN 
Freshman 
Penny Littleton 
Athens, TN 
Freshman 
Lisa Lloyd 
Chattanooga, TN 
Freshman 



Tony Lotti 
Morrow, GA 
Freshman 
Donald Lowe 
Athens, TN 
Junior 

Libby McKinny 
Athens, TN 
Junior 



Lisa Mason 
Athens, TN 
Junior 
Scott Mason 
Harnman, TN 
Freshman 
Angela Matherly 
Etowah, TN 
Freshman 



Tommy Mathis 
Franklin, TN 
Freshman 
Karen Meeks 
Englewood, TN 
Sophomore 
Tim Miller 
Athens, TN 
Freshman 



John Morgan 
Chattanooga, TN 
Freshman 



Masami Mori 
Nagasaki, Japan 
Freshman 





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Dale Murr 
Knoxville, TN 
Freshman 
Naomi Nakamura 
Fukuoka, Japan 
Sophomore- 
Holly Nation 
Athens, TN 
Sophomore 



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Englewood, TN 

Junior 

Grace Nicol 

Sierra Leone, West Africs 

Junior 

Jimmy Odom 

Longwood, FL 

Freshman 



Steve Owens 
Rutledge, TN 
Freshman 



Karen Peavyhouse 
Spring City, TN 
Junior 



Eat your heart out, Vanessa Williams! 



Jim Perkins 
Lenoir City, TN 
Freshman 
Tim Perry 
Chapmanville, WV 
Freshman 
Stacy Phillips 
Knoxville, TN 
Sophomore 



Phil Pippenger 
Cleveland, TN 
Sophomore 



Julie Price 

Cleveland, TN 

Sophomore 

Randall Ramsey 

Chattanooga, TN 

Junior 

Scott Randolph 

Chattanooga, TN 

Sophomore 



Rhonda 


Pickett 


Etowah 


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Junior 






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You were the one who was supposed to find a dry place to hide! 




Bernadeti Ritchey 
Madisonviile, TN 

Junior 

Sharmin Roberts 

Decatur, TN 

Freshman 

Howard Robinson 

Knoxville, TN 

Freshman 



Over the teeth and around the gums; watch out stomach, here it comes! 



Michael Robinson 
Knoxville, TN 
Freshman 



Robbie Robinson 
Orlando, FL 
Sophomore 



Lesley Ross 
Cleveland, TN 
Freshman 
Kim Rush 
Cleveland, TN 
Junior 

Nancy Russell 
Philadelphia, TN 



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Karen Saffles 
Cleveland, TN 
Sophomore 
Tim Selvage 
Ten Mile, TN 
Freshman 
Deborah Shaw 
Athens, TN 
Junior 



Jackie Sherlin 
Athens, TN 
Junior 



Kenji Shigematsu 
Saga, Japan 
Freshman 



Kenneth Simpson 
Chattanooga, TN 
Freshman 
Daniel Smith 
Austell, GA 
Freshman 
Sheridon Smith 
Chattanooga, TN 
Junior 





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'He's got legs, he knows how to use them. 




Janet Standridge 
Madisonville, TN 
Junior 

Debby Summy 
Vonore, TN 
Freshman 
Jennifer Sutton 
Memphis, TN 
Sophomore 



Atsutshi Takahashi 
Fukyshima City, 

Japan 
Junior 



Ed Turzek 
Parsippany, NJ 
Junior 



Dan Thieban 

Greenback, TN 

Junior 

Jo Thomas 

Knoxville, TN 

Junior 

Susan Thompson 

Athens, TN 

Sophomore 



It slices, it dices, and here's where the toast pops out! 



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Cindy Tipton 
Knoxville, TN 
Junior 

Shannon Torbett 
Madisonville, TN 
Freshman 
Scott Trigg 
Franklin, TN 
Freshman 



Beth Trotter 
Athens, TN 
Sophomore 
Toyoko Umezaki 
Fukuoka, Japan 
Freshman 
Jim Wagstaff 
Evergreen, AL 
Freshman 



Jayne Wallin 
Newport, TN 
Freshman 



Tim Ward 
Greenville, TN 
Freshman 



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Loudon, TN 

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Tuny Weaver 
Kingsport, I N 

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Dale Webb 
Sweetwater, TN 

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Tambcrly White 
Vonure, TN 
Freshman 
Marty Wild 
Newport, TN 
Junior 

Danielle Williams 
Athens, TN 
Junior 



Chris Wilson 
Etowah, TN 
Junior 



David Wilson 

Sevierville, TN 
Sophomore 



I think he made it to third base! 



Evan Woods 
Englewood, TN 
Freshman 
Kay Yamada 
Madisonville, TN 
Junior 

Jimmy Young 
Independence, VA 
Sophomore 



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Brab and The 
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Two hours ago I 
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Which way to the 
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WESLEYAN'S LEADERS 




Chapel Convocation Fellowship brought smiles to everyone's faces. Stan Harrison 
shares his ever ready smile with Naomi. 



Office work isn't fun, but Edna Simpson enjoyed talking to this student. 



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THEY MADE IT: 




Jeff Pugh, #7, one of the "stars" of the TWC road race. 



Robbie Ensminger enjoys a break in the action during one of our 
home football games. 



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Mrs. Saunders cannot believe her eyes, another change in the ACRs. "What will she think of next!" 

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ARE TEACHING 



Louise Harms 
Head Librarian 

Jane Schultz 
Library Sraff 

Sandra Clanday 
Library Staff 



Naomi Courson 
Library Staff 



Gladys Kyle 
Library Staff 

Anita Cain 
Library Staff 

Connie Akers 
Campus Nurse 





Even the Faculty and Staff took pan in the Doggin' it tradition during the Tn District playoffs of 
the Lady Dogs. 
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Nancy Roberts just can't get the message to Diane Renfro after a night of activities 
at the bowling lanes. 



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Kenneth Charles 
Director of Maintenance 

Joyce Williams 
Campus Bookstore 
Manager 

Mildred Witt 
Campus Soda Shop 
Manager 



Susan Miller 
Campus Counselor 



Glen Lowe 
Cafeteria Manager 

George Naff 
Professor of Religion 

Jeffrey C. Pugh 
Ph.D., Drew University 
Philosophy and Religion 




Jim Harrison made sure everything was ready to go to WythviUe to recruit. 



"Some of these articles are pure trash. The newspaper will never get to the printer.' 



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Durwood Dunn 
Ph.D., U. of 
Tennessee 
Political Science and 

History 

David Duncan 
Ph.D., Vanderbilt 

University 
History 



Andy Kane and Jeff Folks were neck and neck at the finish of the Alumni Road 
Race. 



Cafeteria Managet Glen Lowe, and John take time for a joke or two before the evening rush. 



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"BEAM ME UP, 



Penelope Fowler 
M.S., U. of Kentucky 
Mathematics 

Maxwell Courson 
Ph.D., U. of Hawaii 
Communications 



Isaac Gaidoo 

Ph.D., Indiana State U. 

Business Administration 

B. T. Hutson 

M.S., U. of Tennessee 

Business Administration 

Thomas O'Neal 
Business Administration 



Edmund Cox 
Ph.D., U. of Alabama 

Biology 

John Woods 
Ph.D., U. of S. 
Mississippi 
Recreation, Biology 





Nancy Roberts "shook" it at the Lady Bulldogs game against Louisiana College. 
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Louise Harms didn't seem very happy when she had to walk to 
lunch in zero degree temps. 



SCOTTYH!" 




Joyce Baker 
Ph.D., Texas A&M 

University 
Chemistry 

Susan Woods 
Biology 



James Thompson 
M.A., U, of Houston 
Sociology 

Doris Burris 

Ph.D., U. of Tennessee 

Psychology 

Jeanne Williams 
M.S., U. of Tennessee 
Psychology 



Dwain Farmer 
M.S., U. of Tennessee 
Physical Education 

Betty Keirn 

M.S., Florida State U. 

Health and Recreation 

Jerry Bivens 

M.Ed., U. of Tennessee 

Physical Education 













Joyce Williams and Betty Keirn gave it their "dog gone" best to 
support the Lady 'Dogs. 



Now, that's a wild and crazy bunch 
Ensminger! 



especially that Bag Lady, Robbie 

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THE MAIN ATTRACTIONS 






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[IT FEST: E. A. POE & DR. SEUSS STYLE 




Louise Harms — Poe or Seuss? 




Lit Fest 1985, proved to be 
an exciting display of several 
great literary masterpieces, done 
only as could be on the 
Wesleyan stage. The acts includ- 
ed skits from portions of: Dr. 
Seuss' Sneetches, Edgar Allen 
Poe's "Waskley Waven," and 
"Rambo-Wulf." 




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3r. Folks is helping to solve the problem of the Waskley Waven in I I Ruth Pugh, Rhonda McDaniel, Julie White, and Betsy Fronk gave it their all at 
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Sneetches or pregnant students — Only Dr. Seuss Knows. 



RICK DAVIS CLOWNS AROUND T. W.C.! 







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Rick Davis, clown and mime, came to the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan College in 
Novembet. The petformance was ptesented as a convocation. This ptesentation was made 
possible by the Extta and Co-Cutticular Committee through the Affiliate Attist program 
of Maryville College and the Alcoa Foundation. 



OPERATION MARDI GRAS 




Top: Jeff Pugh and Dave Duncan performed a special 
version of "Woodstock II" for the Mardi Gras 
celebration and talent show. 

Left: Scott Trigg displayed his dexterity in a juggling 
act to keep the audience in suspense. 

Right: This group of students gave the audience a 
typical look at what goes on at a faculty meeting. 
Susan Thompson played Dr. Duncan, Betty Strickland 
was Louise Harms, David Wilson as George Miller, 
and Glen Reece portrayed Jeff Pugh. 



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HALLOWEEN: 






Country boys really go for big city women! 



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Captain Hook (Scott Trigg) and Miss Hooker (John Duffett). 



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TENNESSEE WESLEY AN STYLE 




THE CURIOUS SAVAGE, 







The Curious Savage started the TWC 
drama season in fine form, Director Lynn 
Whiting presented a cast of faculty, staff 
and student players which included: Bet- 
ty Strickland, Dr. Genevieve Wiggins, 
Evan Woods, Susan Miller, Gordon 
Delashmitt, Paula Elmore, Holland Vib- 
bert, Dan Thieben, Mike Edmonds, Alice 
Edwards, and Ronnie Hayes. Stage and 
House Managers were Todd and Sherry 
McConkey. 



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THE FALL DRAMA PRODUCTION 
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WESLEYAN EXPERIENCES PRESIDENT 

WEi-COMta 

PRES. 
REAGAN 




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Tennessee Wesleyan College welcomed 
incoming Freshmen — and the President of the 
United States! Athens was a beehive of activity as 
we cleaned up and fixed up to greet Ronald 
Reagan. The press descended in droves and used 
the TWC Cafeteria as a command post. Thank 
you, Mr. President, for a day all of us will long 
remember — especially Diana Kelly! 



HERE, 
MR PRESIDE 

CHATTANOOGA 





REAGAN FIRST HAND . . . 




President Reagan's visit was very brief, giving only enough time for his address on tax reform proposals. He did take time, however to accept a 
handmade leather saddle, a gift from the City of Athens. 




LUV WITH ANGELA, 










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LUV 

by 
MURRAY SCHISGAL 

THE CAST: 

Harry Berlin BENNY MATHERLY 

Milt Manville JIM TOBIN 

Ellen Manville ANGELA MATHERLY 




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BENNY AND JIM 





LUV, by Murray Schisgal, is a Romantic Comedy which was to be perfotmed as the Valentine's Day Drama production. The 
play was postponed until March 1, due to cast illness. Appearing for the first time on the Wesleyan stage were Angela and her 
father, Benny Matherly. 






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THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK" 




^ MOVING DOCUMENT ON STAGE. 





Anne Frank Beth Trotter 

Mrs. Otto Frank Ruth Pugh 

Mr. Frank Jim Tobin 

Margo Frank Kathy Melton 

Mr. Van Daan Michael Edmonds 

Mrs. Van Daan Betsy Fronk 

Peter Van Daan Andy Hight 

Mr. Dussel Phillip Hill 

Mr. Kraler Daniel Theiben 

Miep Sara Inscho 

Stage Manager Todd McConkey 

House Manager Sherry McConkey 

Director Lynn Whiting 



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HONORS DAY: A CLEAN SWEEP FOR SIGMA KAPPA 




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In 








Kelly Michael Carter received the Senior Psychology Award- 



One of Wesleyan's finest teachers was recognized by Alpha Chi as the "Alpha Chi Teacher of the Year," Dr. David Duncan. 




Julie Price eagerly accepted her award from Dean Miller 



Julie White was honored with the award, SORORITY 
WOMAN OF THE YEAR. 



JVE BAND AT FORMAL IS A HIT 




Even the faculty and staff enjoyed the "Main Sttect Band 





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Barry, Bob and Kenny wete ready to dance the night away 



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Was he singing Rod Stewarts "Do You Think I'm Sexy''' 



Clint and Sharmin — cute as can be, and rea. 
"boogy." 



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Patty Hestet and Paul get down! 55 



JERRY CLOWER MAKES A BRIEF VISIT TO WESLEY AN 




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Jerry Clower made a brief visit to the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan. 
While here, he visited and was given a tour of both Athens and T.W.C.'s 
campus. He gave an hour show which was followed by a thirty minute recep- 
tion in the cafeteria. Jerry Clower was sponsored by C. W.T. and the T.W.C. 
S.G.A. 




LIBERTY 




Wesleyan Christian Fellowship sponsored the group "Liberty" in concert. The band played Christian Rock, which delivered a 
very special message to the audience. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




AND 



SERVICE 
GROUPS 




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THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




B: Lajuana Alexander, Advisor; David Wilson, Glen Reece, Jim Tobin, Roger Higgins, Bersy Fronk. M: Claire Carringer, Jane Cur- 
rin, Missy Flanigan, Betty Strickland. F: Jeff Wadley, Rosanne Burn, Jeff Marsh, Michael Rinehart, and Lora Allman. 




The Baptist Student Union was established in 
1965. It is a vital part of the student life on the 
campus on TWC. Students of various denomina- 
tions meet every Thutsday at lunch fot a 
homecooked meal and a chance to patticipate in 
Christian fellowship. The BSU advisor is Lajuana 
Alexander of First Baptist Church in Athens. 



BSU Officers: Back: Missy Flanigan, Jeff Wadley and Jane Cur- 
rin. Front: President, Glen Reece, V-President, Claire Carringer. 



Home looking 

Sound Good ? 

Them Joi/f Us> 
Fck Lumch f\T 
\ THE BS U 



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MR. T.W.C. CONTEST WAS A BLAST 




ALPHA XI SORORITY 





Alpha Xi is a local sorority which was founded on the TWC campus 
in March, 1985. Alpha Xi's colors are navy blue, pink and white; their 
flower is the pink rose; and their mascot is the teddy bear — nicknam- 
ed "Alzie." The faculty sponsor is Dr. Genevieve Wiggins, and their 
dream man is Keith Bailey. They also have a faculty dream man, Dr. 
Jeff Pugh, and six "dream dudes" — Tom Ingram, Hal Williams, 
Chuck Anderson, Chris Allen, Kenny Dunlap and Tom Guffey. 

Their activities for this year included two booths at the Halloween 
Arts Festival, decorating and cleaning up at various dances, working in 
the concession stand at all home basketball games, supplying "teacher 
treats" on Fridays, taking several area children Christmas shopping, 
and buying several books for the library. 

This year's officers are President, Margaret Dannel; V-President, 
Cynthia Edwards; Secretary, Missy Flanigan; Treasurer, Kay 
Etheridge. 

Who is an Alpha Xi Woman? She is a/an cheerleader . . . majorette 
. . . Choir and Consolidation member . . . Ambassador . . . Alpha Chi 
. . . Who's Who . . . softball player. 



SIGMA KAPPA — DOWN TO EARTH 




Gamma Psi Chapter of Sigma Kappa Sorority is the only na- 
tional sorority on TWC's campus. Lavender and maroon are the 
sorority's colors. The violet is their flower and the pearl is their 
jewel. Officers this year included: President, Julie White; V- 
President, Leslie Vibbert; Secretary, Lisa Baker. 

Sigma Kappa helped in the Special Olympics, the Skate-a-Thon, 
as well as donating a bench to the campus, sponsoring a chili supper 
and Beach Theme dinner. They also gave the athletic dance, ran the 
football concession stand and visiting the nursing home. If you 
want a sister, join Sigma Kappa! 




S.A.M. 






S.A.M,, The Society for the Advancement of Management, is an organization dealing with business. S.A.M. s main purpose is to get the 
students interested in the business world. The faculty advisors are B. T. Hutson and Tom O'Neal. The S.A.M. supported all CWT activities. 
The officers for 1985-86 were; President, Kim Davis; V-President, Jo Wilkinson; Sec/Treas, Denise Davis; Program Chairman, Kerwin 
Rogers; Publicity Chairman, Glen Reece. The Society for the Advancement of Management is involved in a series of employment oppor- 
tunities each year that benefit its members. These include job interviews with local businesses and various guest speakers that give tips to 
members. These activities have been valuable learning experiences. Thanks to S.A.M., its members will be prepared to meet the challenge. 



S.Cj.A. 





1985-86 S.G.A. members are always ready to pose for a picture, as well as give money to our 
needy campus organizations. 




S.G.A. OFFICERS — Tom Mulligan, President; Marty Wild, Vice President; Jo Wilkerson, 
Secretary; and Kim Davis, Treasurer. 



WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 




Back: J. Currin, B. Fronk, K. Shigamatsu, Dr. Pugh, M, Rinehart. Front: G. Nicol, E. Ku and B. 
Strickland. 




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During the WCF Convocation, Roger Higgins 
whined to Jeff Wadley in order to prove his point. 



WCF is where the students may share 
their belief and personal interest in Christ 
with one another. Every student is 
automatically a member of WCF. Their 
sponsor is Dr. Jeff Pugh. 

Every year, WCF is in charge of at least 
one chapel convocation. The student 
turnout is usually very good and the ser- 
vice is well-liked. 



THE RETURN OF F.C.A. 



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Fellowship of Christian Athletes was brought back to the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan by popular de- 
mand. With the start of the new football team, Wesleyan was overrun by athletes Although the club had a 
rocky beginning, next year promises to be action packed. The F.C.A. advisor was Ken Henry 




AMBASSADORS 




Back: Sharmin Roberts, Roger Higgins, Jim Wagstaff, Evan Woods, and Keith Bailey. Front: Lisa Borden, Leslie Buckles, Beth 
Parham, Diane Kelly and Karen Peavyhouse. 






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ALPHA CHI = HONORS 




B: William Mitchel, Danielle Williams, Keith Bailey, Jeff Saunders, Mark Saunders. M: Teresa Sherrill, Velva Howell, Denise 
Davis, Kerwin Rogers, Michael Carter, Jenne Beach, Barry Hamilton. F: Rhonda Pickett, Margaret Dannel, Julie White, Diane 
Kelly and Jill Inzer. 




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The Fearless Leader — C. C. Senn 



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MASQUED PLAYERS 









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The Masqued Players are college 
students and faculty who participate in 
the productions of the Department of 
Speech and Theatre. The Club provides a 
way for the students with dramatic talent 
and artistic ability to express themselves 
on the stage. The sponsor for the Mas- 
qued Players is Lynn E. Whiting. This 
year's activities have included a Fall Pro- 
duction of "The Curious Savage," one- 
act plays and a Winter Production of 
"Luv." The Spring event was a produc- 
tion of "The Diary of Anne Frank." 



P.E. MAJORS AND MINORS 




The Physical Education Majors and Minors Club was started in the Fall of 1985. The President was Dwayne 
Brabson. This club was designed in order for majors and minors of physical education to get together and share 
their techniques and experiences. Their faculty advisors were Betry Keirn and Coach Dwain Farmer. 







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CHOIR AND CONSOLIDATION 



The 1985-86 Ten- 
nessee Wesleyan College 
Choir spent many hard 
hours practicing for their 
Spring Tour of 
Washington, D.C. and 
the surrounding areas. 
Under the leadership of 
Darnell Chance, the 
Choit sang and wowed 
theit audiences. Other 
activities which the 
Choir participated in 
were the Christmas 
Concert, Chapel con- 
vocations, Baccalauteate 
and Graduation. 







Spotting their new sweaters, the Choir performed for 
many churches and high schools. 

While still in Athens, we can tell by the many expres- 
sions that the Choir had mixed feelings about Tour. 

The Washington Monument was a popular attraction 
for many of the Wesleyan Singers. 



NVADE THE STREETS OF WASHINGTON, D.C. 





The Consolidation is a 
group ot what is thought to 
be the most talented 
students of the Choit picked 
by auditions. They sing con- 
temporary pop, rock, jazz 
and religious music. 

Again, under the leader- 
ship of Darnell Chance, the 
Consolidation has become a 
household word not only in 
Athens, but around the 
mideastern states as well. 
Members of the Consolida- 
tion were: Keith Bailey, 
Diane Kelly, Steve Owens, 
Margaret Dannell, Roger 
Higgins, Sara Insho, 
Michael Edmonds, Blaire 
Wentworth, Pam Mc- 
Cowan, Leslie Russ, Angle 
Hamilton and Darnell 
Chance. 



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WESLEYAN'S SPORTSTERS 






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Back: Margaret Dannell. Front: Cam LaBaron and Lisa Mason 




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TWC socce 



KENNESA 
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: ternoon as 
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the season 
Freshman 
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over iNAiA-uistnct 24 opponent neitner team score< 
Back: Coach Brad Smith, Andy Hight, Hal Williams, Tom Mulligan, John Mulligan, Jim Tobin, Kevin Eicheiberger, Brian 
' Chamberlin, and Chris Hill. Front: Kevin O'Shields, Jason Goldberg, Tommy Mathis, Scott Trigg, Tom Coi», and Tony Weaver 



enn. Old nemesis Tennessee Patterson one-on-one. Patterson, 
esleyan once again foiled the usually theSoots' ce nter fu llback, 

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again 



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"We had control of the match, but I °' Sh ields, played well in the mid 

l't think we could hit a shot inside area - He was also pleased witl 

feet all day," said Coach Brad P lav of Cox > Mulligan and ' 



L: Scott Trigg, Tom Mulligan, and Andy Hi, 
holding their positions in front of the goal. 



at are steadfast in ( 
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Wesleyan Bulldog 
1 victory over T« 
Wednesday. 

Scott Trigg hac _ 
lead with a goal 10 minutes into the 
first half, but Tech knotted the score 
before halftime. 

Wesleyan improves to 5-2-2 with 








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of defeat written on their faces. 






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Mid: Kevin O'Shields has to give that little extra kick in 
order to stay in front of the defense. 

L: "Ike" shows his strength while trying to block a kick as 
his teammates are looking on. 

R: Hal Williams has the look of "Determination" on his face^ 
while racing for the goal. ^^^ 



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,gvr nuuaogs Football - back and 







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LIVE IN 1985!! 





Under the direction of Coach Ken Henry, Tennessee Wesleyan 
ventured to try football one more time. The program was brought 
back to raise the enrollment number. The number of students did in 
fact grow larger in the Fall, but gradually they fell back to old 
numbers by spring. 

Tennessee Wesleyan plans to continue to nonscholarship football 
program in 1986. Hopefully, we all have learned something from 
this attempt to bring football back to the campus ot TWC. It's all 
"academic'' now! 




rdrmer inducted 

BULLDOGS HELI\] 




Back: M. Andrews, T. Browder, L. Ragsdale, J. Wagstaff, K. Burse, K. Dunlap, B. Williams G Amos and S 
Perk.ns. Front: E. Farmer, fySfw ^FWa 1 ScWl^l I t««P i n?rrriefttl 1 fi^ d M Dod S e " 




wo uld be like to be sitting up front for the friends, wo rkers anH « 
am 



congratulated 

Coach Farmer and VI rs. Farmer after 
the game which gave the Mighty 
Bulldog Coach the nagic number 500 
in the win column. Coach Farmer was 
thrilled beyond belief, but his players 
still couldn't believe that they had 
finally reached their goal. 



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r.W.C.'S TALENT SHINES BRIGHT 





Tennessee Wesleyan's Eddie Farmer was unbearable on offense. Ken Burce and Bob Williams were ready to bat- 
tle with the "Buffs" cenrer just in case Eddie missed. 



B.L.: Ken 


Burse 


needed a 


little 


extra 


"umph" to 


get the 


tip! 






B.C.: Bob doesn't 


seem to 


enjoy 


'slam 


dancing." 








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David Scott penetrares for two! 



Eddie Farmer "flies through the air 
with the greatest of ease." 




LADY BULLDOC 



:SLEYAN'S 

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as all laid out for you and that it was the be; 



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tell me that one miss 
im a loser — or even t 
oreboard made Tennessee Wesle 

ally 







L to R: J. Wallin, C. Crockett, J. Barnhart, D. Renfro, S. Torbett, R. Pickett, J. Helle, T. Sherrill, K. Saffles, K. CampbeU, S. r1utsett t S. r '° 
Roberts, B. Parham, K. Meeks, L. Brantley, S. laws. 

a nno-nAint cK n rtf,ii „„ »k, i-.-^j. basketball team, said Coach 



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player must have 




y&^pSs^a senio^BeW'ffcrn and Lisa Brantley both 
started and were vital parts of the Lady Bulldogs team. 
— they wouldn't be who they are — if 

Above: Karen Saffles and Karen Campbell battle for position 
under the bucket for a rebound. 



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The Lady Bulldogs proved to be enthusiastic both 
on the court and off. During the football pep rally the 
ladies piled up, clapped their hands and many other 
things to try to win the competition. 

Led by Coach Stan Harrison, the Lady Bulldogs had 
a great season. They missed out on going to the Na- 
tional Championship by only 'one game. WAY TO 
GO, BULLDOGS! 



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L: Ronnie Hayes 
looks like he 
swallowed his 
Skoal! 



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fielding a half innings 
The Bulldogs, who lo t 
ennessee Tech scored t vrf 
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hursday, had eight run 
nd inning, two in the 
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L: Gus bites the 
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tl i dayffchris Barney the s 

tl ; men to second and fii: 

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n lk f)rfofcw3fi$F e feys" 
N >rtheastern Illinois. 

Ch?{ S e Wffiin ll Rnock 
w th his single, subsequen 1 
in ; tRseQmdyaied Hrabl-or 

wy^pitch-iHe^aijed 
R ibinsop's squeeze .bunt, 

b iiid^g» , 2W ! 

Tennessee Wesleyan is 
tl J year. The Bulldogs w 

hpnrtf*r aoainct St Yavipr PaIIpoa tt\. 





THEIR OPPONENTS 





J. D. Boyd fires one in for another "K." 




R.: Chris Bolton was speechless as he watched John Lee warm up. 
Tom Mulligan rounds the bases one more time — two homers in one 

Injured player Clint Baker hams it up for the photographer. 
R..: John Lee checks his runners and then zings one by the batter. 



Tom Grif- 
fin: It's 
going, go- 
ing, gone! 




>B 3, 1986 



TO SUCCEED, THESE GIRLS 




Back: J. Perkins, Stephanie Watts, Karen Saffles, Diane Renfro, Karen Meeks, and Coach Jack Slaton. Front: Connye Crockett, 
Teresa Gardner, Rhonda McDaniel, Camilie Beadle, Jane Currin, and Kimalee Jones. Not Pictured: Betty Strickland. 



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Connye Crockett shows her talents behind the plate. 



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Camilie Beadle strains as she delivers the pitch. 









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MUST BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY! 








Karen Meeks looks "Down Town.' 



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Diane Renfro swings just a little too early! The Lady Bulldogs 
had a rocky beginning. Plagued by a general lack of interest, like 
many other things at Wesleyan, this bunch of girls, decided that 
if nothing else, they would have some fun. 



Teresa Gardner knows the importance of warming up. 



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Jane Currin fires one back 10 the pitcher. The girls that did hang 
tough during the tough times, should be congratulated tor their 
patience with difficulties which are present when starting 
building a program from the ground up. 



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LADY BULLDOG TENNIS 




L to R: Beth Parham, Jackie Bamhatt, Janine Helle, Jayne Wallin. Front: Pam Barefield. Not Pictured: Mary Farmer. 





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M.L.: Sophomore Jackie, Bar- 
nhart anticipates another win! 

M.C.: Mary Farmer showed the 
crowd exactly why she held the 
Number 1 spot on the team. 

M.R.: Senior Beth "Buffy" 
Parham didn't seem very sure 
of her backhand - was Keith 
watching? 

B.L.: Freshman Jayne Wallin 
said, "Go ahead, make my 
day!" 

B.R.: Pam Barefield looks like 
she was swatting off flies in- 
stead of tennis balls. 









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WHAT A "RACKETT!" 




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T.L.; Freshman Janine Heile was a great crowd pleaser. 

T.R.: Bulldog Tennis Balls — The best that money can buy — WILSON! 

M.L. We told Beth that she would be better in ballet! 

M.C.: "And with a click of her heels . - 

M.R.: CONCENTRATION! 

B.L.: "Now how did Coach show me how to open this thing- 1 " 

B.C. and R.: Jayne can't seem to "get a grip" on her game. 




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TENNESSEE WESLEYAN BRINGS 




BACK THE SWINGERS — GOLF 




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T.W.C CHEERLEADERS 




TWC 

CHEERLEADERS: 

CATCH 

THE SPIRIT! 

Our cheerleaders worked 
many long hours this year to 
boost our soccer, football 
and basketball teams. They 
were always willing to par- 
ticipate in any school ac- 
tivities such as the Hallo- 
ween Arts Festival, and 
made many of the great 
"TWC" signs seen during 
visitation weekends. 








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RAH, RAH, RAH — SHISH, BOOM, BAH! 




The 1985-86 T.W.C. 
Cheerleaders not only 
cheered at various ball 
games, but they also par- 
ticipated in pep rallies. 

T.R.: Caroline Cheek said, 
"Everybody wants to be a 
jock like me." 

Mid.: Sara Inscho said, 
"Other football players are 
whiners, just like me!" 

M.R.: "Like what's the deal? 
How does this thing work? I 
wonder what will happen if I 
push the red button?" 



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ATHLETES HONORED AT BANQUET 




PUBLICATIONS 






rlngs « Hen, 





'con 



1986 



THE NEW EXPONENT 




L to R: Betsy Fronk, Julie White, Ruth Pugh, Dr. Wiggins, Rhonda McDaniel. Back: Lane Willson, Jenne Beach and Caroline 
Cheek. 




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Editors-in-Chief: 


Ruth Pugh and Rhonda McDaniel 


Faculty Sponsor: 


Dr. Genevieve Wiggins 


Photographers: 


Melinda Hillman, Gary Burgess and Jenne 




Beach 


Staff: 


Betsy Fronk, Jenne Beach, Lane Willson, 




Caroline Cheek, Margaret Dannel, Julie 




White, Gary Burgess, and Diane Kelly. 


The New Exponent 


is the official student newspaper of Tennessee 


Wesley an College. 





SPRINGS OF HELICON 







The Springs of Helicon is the official literary magazine of Ten- 
nessee Wesleyan College. The editor-in-chief was Julie Price and 
the faculty sponsor was Dr. Genevieve Wiggins. 

Students are encouraged to submit art work, poetry, short stories 
and photographs that will be judged. Awards are given in these 
categories each year at the Honors Day Convention held in May 



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THE NOCATULA STAFF 






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The Nocatula is the annual of Tennessee 
Wesleyan College. The faculty sponsor for 
1985-86 was Academic Dean George Miller. 
The editor was Jenne Beach. 

The Nocatula Staff was very limited. 
Members of the staff were: Photographers, 
Gary Burgess, Jenne Beach and Melinda 
Hillman; Layout Design, Gary Burgess and 
Jenne Beach; Layout Editor, Tijuana Bradley; 
Copy Editor, Pamela McMillan. We would 
like to extend a special thanks to everyone 
who submitted pictures to the Nocatula. Also, 
thanks should go to Mrs. Louise Trotter for 
passing out last year's annual and supplying 
emotional support in tough times. 



. . . AND NOW THE REAL WORLD — WATCH OUT! 





Four years of hard work finally came ro an end on June 7, 
1986. Some gained their much wanted honors (Especially 
Pamela McMillan), others just received that magical piece of 
paper. Parting always brings sadness, especially with close 
friends. We say we will keep in touch and then we go our 
separate ways. Some day we'll all be together again, so do well in 
all endeavors until then!!! 



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A FINAL NOTE FROM THE EDITOR 




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Asalways, there are a few people that deserve a special thank you. Mrs. Trotter: Thanks for helping in the handing out of the annual. 
The Ladies of the Business Office: Thank you for putting up with all of the student questions pertaining to the yearbook, and for putting 
up with me when I was mad about my staff not showing up for meetings. Meltnda Hillman: Thank you for giving pictures to me that I 
did not have. George Miller: The Annual staff as a whole would like to thank you for being our advisor even though you were already 
"Swamped" with other work. The Big Annual Staff — Pamela McMillan, Tijuana Bradley, and Gary Burgess: Thank you for your 
dedication and patience while dealing with your ruthless leader. If I have forgotten anyone, 1 am very sorry. 

This year seemed to be plagued by apathy among the student body. I was very disappointed at many of the student events by the 
lack of participation. It was very difficult to cover these events with little or no attendance. To those people who made my life and job 
difficult, I dust the tops of my shoes to you. That may seem harsh, but after this year, I think that is pretty mild. 

Being a part of the annual staff has meant a great deal to me. I get to know many of the students and their special qualities. The an- 
nual staff always needs hard workers, so come on and join the crew. 

Editor 
Jenne C. Beach 



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HUE MMOTM IMIM 



A wounded English officer from Fort Loudon was 
befriended by an Indian Chief and nursed back to 
health by Nocatula, daughter of the Chief. The 
soldier, given the name of Connestoga, "The Oak," 
was accepted into the tribe and married Nocatula. A 
jealous suiter attacked Connestoga with a knife. As 
he lay dying Nocatula confessed her eternal love and 
plunged a knife into her breast. Buried together, the 
Chief placed an acorn in Connestoga's hand and a 
hackberry in Nocatula' s hand, symbolizing undying 
love. From these there developed two trees which 
stood on this spot for 150 years.