The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 48, Ed. 1, Friday, March 30, 1990 Page: 7 of 8
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Friday March 30 1G0O
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Tri Kappa Gamma conducted its
annual Kappa Krush picnic March
10 said Kcllye Rlchtcr sophdmore
elementary physical education ma-
jor from Pleasamon.
The picnic at BufTalo Gap State
Park lasted from 12:30-4:45 p.m.
The club members and their dates
then met at Southern Hills Church
of Christ for a scavenger hunt.
Rlchter said everyone received a
list of sounds to record such as a
baby crying and a person sneezing.
She said many of the members and
their dates went to the mall since
most of the sounds on the list could
be found there. The whole event
was over at about 5:30 p.m. she
Richter said about 50 members
and their dates attended the picnic.
Brown Library friends
select 1 990-91 officers
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The Friends of ACU Library
recently selected officers for the
1990-91 school year.
Dr. Bennett Hutchinson presi-
dent of the Friends said all officers
were nominated by the committee
board which consists of 57 people.
Other officers for the year include
Hailey vice president for member-
ship; Dr. David Mcrrell vice presi-
dent for programs; Dr. James Culp
f vice president for resources; Opal
Walls vice president for publicity;
Dan Alexander treasurer; and Mrs
Don Jackson secretary.
New board mcmbers-at-large are
Dr. Monty Lynn and Lorna Davis.
Friends is an organization that
supports the library financially and
by volunteering time to do special
About 700 people currently are
on the Friends mailing list. About.
40 percent of the people on the
mailing list live in Abilene said
Erma Jean Loveland member of
In order to financially support the
library members are charged dues.
Freshman honors society
adds most members ever
By Grtg Stly
The ACU chapter of Phi Eta
Sigma the freshman honor society
inducted its largest number of new
members into the organization
March 13 in the Living Room of
the Campus Center.
Dr. Ina Green faculty adviser of
Phi Eta Sigma said about 56 stu-
dents were inducted bringing the
organization's membership to 200.
The requirement for admittance
into Phi Eta Sigma is a 3.5 grade
point average during either semester
of the freshman year.
The required GPA does not need
to be maintained after being in-
ducted to remain a member of the
Green said not all newly inducted
members are freshmen. Any student
who notices that he or she had the
required GPA as a freshman but
was not inducted still may be con-
sidered for membership at a later
date she said.
Every newly-inducted member
pays a $12 induction fee. This fee
goes to pay for the induction cere-
mony and the Phi Eta Sigma keys.
The ACU chapter contributes $8
of new members induction fees to
the national organization's scholar
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summer and also gain use of our professional
placement service for graduates:
What: The Southwestern Co. will be holding Summer
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When; Thursday April 5th at 1 p.m. or 4 p.m. or 7 p'.m. '
WherctMabec Business Building Room 318
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Building Character in Young Pcoplo
An ACO student reported tc
Abilene police that her 1987
Suzuki Samurai was stolen from
the parking lot near Sewell
Theatre sometime after 9:30 a.m.
Monday. The jeep valued at
$5600 is brown with gold trim
and has the New York license
plates 3FZ990 according to
A man reported Tuesday that
someone took a basketball goal
valued at $350 from the front
yard of his Wcstheirocr Boule-
An employee of Pizza Hut res-
taurant at 550 E. Ambler Ave.
reported Sunday the theft of
$260 that had been lying by the
cash drawer after closing. Police
have some suspects and the in-
Students pay $5; a regular member
pays $20; a contributing member
pays $50; a sustained member pays
$100; a life member pays $500; and
a patfon pays $1000.
Eighteen Friends do volunteer
work either one morning or one
afternoon a week.
They are involved in special pro-
jects that otherwise would not get
done Loveland said.
They get papers ready for
research and currei ly are recopy-
ing the diaries of Price Biliingsley a
Loveland said sometimes the vol-
unteers work in their field of exper-
tise; sometimes they oficr their services-
just to help the library.
The Friends also have a program
series featuring various academic
The last speaker will be Dr. Mel
Hailey chairman of the Department
of Political Science. He will speak
on the first Amendment emphasiz-
ing freedom of religion which is
what he did his doctoral work on
The meeting is open to anyone
who wants to attend and is sched-
uled for April 12 at 7 p.m.
ship fund. Any graduating Phi Eta
Sigma member planning to go to
graduate school may apply for a
Green said Phi Eta Sigma is
strictly an honorary academic
"I'm glad I was inducted into Phi
Eta Sigma because it will look im-
pressive on my resume" said Becca
Tolbcrt former secretary of Phi Eta
Sigma and sophomore social science
education major from Odessa.
New officers also were elected at
the induction ceremony. They are
president William Caire freshman
psychology major from Edmond
Okla.; vice president Maria Smith
freshman accounting major from
Sulpher Springs; secretary Suzi
Mann freshman accounting major
from Brownsville; treasurer Dianne
St. Claire freshman general studies
major from Weatherford; and histo-
rian Elizabeth Barnes freshman
human communication major from
The senior adviser is Brent Den-
nis junior biology major from
Green said no activities are plan-
ned for the members of Phi Eta
''Any activities would be up to
the new officers" she said.
Alpha Chi National Honor Society
made up of juniors and seniors who
have grade point averages of 3.6 or
higher recently inducted 43 new
"Alpha Chi promotes academic
excellence and achievement in order
to serve others" said Dr. Jim
Nichols sponsor of the Texas Psi
Chapter of Alpha Chi.
Membership provides scholarship
opportunities and participation in
regional and national conventions.
At conventions students are given
12 minutes to make a presentation
of their scholarships said Nichols
professor of biology.
The presentations range from a
simple term paper to a portfolio of a
"There is no predicting what
someone is going to do" Nichols
The regional convention this year
will be in the Main Room of the
Campus Center Friday and Satur-
day. The new members are Wayne Ar-
thur Alexander Laura Renee
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jana Behunln Caldwell Amy
Michelle Carr Melissa Ann Cart
Wright Kelly Glyn Cavender and
Cameron Warren Clark.
Others are Leanne Yvonne Clark
Anna Lucille Cloud Mary Shannon
Conley Debbie Elaine Couch
Melissa Ann Dennis Christopher
Lee Dcpue Lucretia Diane Dukes
Kelly Lynn Fitzpatrick Brent Lee
Gibson and Michael Wayne
Also inducted are Vlcki Kay
Grubbs Lesca Cherise Hadley
Amy Kathrvn Hughes Rebecca
Jean Jones Amy Elizabeth Knight
April Joy Lansford Philip Brook
Lewis Tracy Nicole Marshall
Mark Ray Maxey and Laura Dawn
Other inductees are Rene
Nicholas Renee Alene Prestage
Randy Scott Ramsey Milton Carey
Roach Michele Bristow Schreiner
Teresa Ann Schwalb Lynette
Louise Sharp David Mark Skelton
Elizabeth Michelle Tucker Julie
Ann Tudor Helen Huycn-tlianh
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William McKinney Young
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Frenchman's Creek Mall
Student Foundation Applications may be picked up Monday-Friday
on the second floor of Zcllner Hall. ' A '' ' '. vMfns
The Students4 Association will'
Looney Bugs' Burufy "Movie" Friday'aM p.m.i 0.ratWdaiip.uiJfe
Bennett Gymnasium. vl '-
Southern Hills Church of Christ will sponsor a service project
Saturday. Students should meet at 10 a.m. in the College of Biblical
Studies Building parking lot. .
Abilene residents can deposit trash free of charge at the Regional
Landfill Inc. all day Saturday in conjunction with the '.'Keep j
Abilene Clean and Proud" campaign. '-"
Reiner Kallus a missionary from West Germany will bcbn'inV ff
pus to meet with anvone who has an interest in working In Germany.
The meeting wit -gin at 6 p.m. at the graduate commons in the
College of Biblical Studies Building.
Holly Dunn former ACU student will be in concert Monday at 7
p.m. at the Abilene Civic Center. Tickets are available at Abilene
Christian Schools and Arrow Ford for $8 end $10.
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 48, Ed. 1, Friday, March 30, 1990, newspaper, March 30, 1990; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101569/m1/7/?q=%22Opal%20Walls%22: accessed August 16, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.