The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 44, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 4, 1987 Page: 4 of 6
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shorts on campus
Wtyite nMttingt hmr Frktay Srturiiay
ThelPhyska Department will (poster the spring rae&tiag of the
T)ar4 ' sections or the American Physical Society the American
Aaiodetkra of Physics Teechera and the Society of Physics Students
&tUtration Tor the seminar will be Thursday 79 a.m. M the Holi-
day inn on Interstate Highway 20 and daily regktratloa will be Fri-
.day kndSaturday at 8 a.m. in the Mabee Business Building.
"Btfedts will begin Friday with the Chairman'o Breakfast b the
Campus Center at 7:30 a.m. and will continue through Saturday with
Yftttdby exhibits computer software swaps and lectures.
Htlip Books !fi for ACU box-tots studtnts
t Students who do not have an ACU post office box may pick up their
'titjSo: Books in the Don Morris Center Room 301 beginning Wed-
'ncsdayi Books for all 2222 students who ordered them and have on-
campus boxes were mailed Thursday and Friday while 590 books for
faculty and staff were mailed Monday afternoon.
Soaks- were mailed to all students who ordered a directory at the
.bejjinrdng of the Fall semester for $8 entitling them to an updated
vcrjjdn in the spring semester.
Christian musician schedules HSU concsrt
Cork Christian contemporary gospel singer composer and producer
.-will perjerm b concert March 13 at 8 p.m. in Behrena Chapel at
Ha dk-S&amonk University according to a news release Christian a
1973 -ACU graduate k a three-time Dove Award wianct ami fear-
.time nominee and is responsible for discovering the taleat of Amy
Great. Tickets lor the concert are $3.50 and are available in HSlTs
Moqdy Center the Love Shop and the Bible Bookstore.
'&4:b6urs 3.5 GPA? Join Alpha Chi now
Alpha CU the National Honor Society k conducting membership
signups la Room 453 in the Foster Science Building. Studeats who
have a -grade point average of at least 3.5 and have 64 credk hours are
.eligible for membership. Students must sign up sod pay the $35 fee
by Friday at 4 p aa) New members will be initiated Sunday evening.
Sorrslte rtcsivss Schug-Trtat Scholarship
Claudelina Sorrells freshmen French major from Abilene will be
presented .the 1987 SchitS-Trcat Scholarship in foreign language
Wcorteeday at 11:45 p.ru. in Room 134 of the Hardin Administration
"Buljdiug according to a news release.
Pforsall Brock present faculty recital
Paul Picreall and David Brock of the Music Department will give a
iteuljtfrccital Friday at 8 p.m. in the Roxie Neal Recital Hall. Piersall
and Brock' will $ky si cycle of twenty-four tongs titled "Winterreke"
by Franr Schubert; T
Collsglats Orchestra performing Thursday
The Abilene Colfcgkte Symphony Orchestra will perform Thursday
aCSt'lS p.m. in the'Abllene Civic Center. Admission k free aad open
to.tfee public. i"H
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A'fonaer ACU student charged with Class B theft will appear in
court. Friday to state her plea before the case goes to trial said Mark
Westcphbver chief of misdemeanors and prosecutor.
The 20-year-old student was arrested Jan. 12 1987 and charged in
connection with stealing a $76 dress for her club social said
Westenhbver. The offense occurred Sept. 13 1986 at Connie's Fash-
Ions inihe-Mall of Abilene. A customer who saw the woman shoplift-
ing the; dress notified the store manager. The manager stopped the
woman-it the entrance of the store. However when asked to return
the Item -the woman fled from the store and escaped said
The. woman was identified by two customers who knew her and had
been la the store at the time of the incident. Later that day the woman
called the; Afore manager and said she would return the dress and
asked Ihe -manager not to file charges. However the manager refused
and fired an affidavit Oct. 10 1986. The mnTtny penalty for a Class
B; misdemeanor k a $1000 fine and six months in jail said
Other Public Record information:
Ah ACUstudcnt'sJwme was burglarized Friday between 5-11 p.m.
according to police reports.
AH unidentified person entered the home of Kristin St. Clair junior
English icajor from Abilene and took an RCA video cassette recorder
two; Caimon cameras and a Pioneer tape deck amplifier and tuner.
Entry-wa$ -gained through an unlocked window at the back of the
house; ;and the intruder left through the back door according to
reports . '
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M Morris junior history major from GrMnvUte (Mfs through 1M0 PricWy Pr Monday afttrnoon to
gt a gHmpte of what tw boyfriend Scotty Jonaa 19J2 ACU paduata tooksd ilka at the Hkm. aha k
aftting undar a portrait of mki-carrtury ACU admlnlatratora VVaHaf H. Adama Don H. Morrla and
Lawranca L. Smith In tha Brown Library.
Rotary Club honors Gray
Ul small iTaaaing
Dr. C.G. Gray vice president for
academic affairs and dean of the
university was named a Paul Harris
Fellow -k the weekly meeting of the
Abikae Rotary Club Friday said
Myra Rainey executive director.
Jerry Cunningham Jim Hays and
Jlsaay McNeil who are Abilene
bmintwmcB ako were tuased Paul
Harrk Fellows at the meeting said
"Power for Living Sharing and
Working Together" k the theme of
this year's Mission Outreach
Retreat Friday through Sunday
said Lea Bennett missionaxy-in-residence.
This retreat will differ from
ftrevioua retreats because it will
bcus on Spring Break Campaigns
"This particular Mission
Outreach Retreat is designed
especially but not exclusively for
participants in Spring Break Cam-
paigns" he said.
Bennett said the retreat k open
for all students whether they intend
16th & Vine
Church of Christ
Perry M. Greene Minister
Dr. F.M Churchill
ACU ext. 2006
Sunday Classes 9 a.m.
Worship 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
Church of Christ
Pat Stephenson Minister
Sunday Classos 9 a.m.
. Worship 10 a.m &6p.rn.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Church of Christ
Mike Basket 692-6708
Dean Stewart 695-3006
Woodrow Wilson 672-4737
Worship 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Sunday Classes 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
Church of Christ
Sunday Classes 9:30 a.m.
Worships 15 & 1030 a.m
The businessmen were chosen for
the award because of their support
of the Rotary Scholarship Funds
which provide financial assistance
to enable students to study abroad.
When a Rotary Club member do
nates $1000 or more he
automatically becomes a supporter
of the foundation and is named a
Fellow she said.
Rotary Interaatloaal fouaded by
Paul Harris has more thaa me mll-
liaa atesMbers worldwide. The
Abileee Rotary Ckb cuneatly has
to Cisco Saturday
to participate in a campaign or not.
Activities aad discussion groups
are planned for those sot involved
with campaigns as well as for those
who are involved be said. The
principles discussed will benefit
anyone in bringing others to Christ
Three speakers will speak at the
retreat. The speakers and thek
topics are Ken Mick graduate ma-
jor in divinity from Abilene
"Power for Living"; Ed Mathews
chairman of the Missions Center
"Power for Sharing"; and Dr.
Carley Dodd professor of human
communication "Power of Work
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260 members 60 of whom are Paul
Karris Fellows said Rataey.
Gray said he has been a Rotary
HKsabcr for five years baa served
on the Youth Committee of the club
and has helped locate boueiag for
"The Rotary Club k aa opperta-
nity to visit with taea from the
downtown busiaisiw ad kuepait
the scholarship fkads" he aaid.
"I'm cosceraed aiaavt what the
moctey k used fee bacaase stadyiag
abroad k what I natty believe fat .'
Each speaker wiU he feUewed by
dkcueeka Beaaett said. Tkae eke
has beea reserved for prayer recre-
atioQ ead other activities such as
The retreat will be ceadacted at
Cisco Chrktka Camp. Pertkipeats
will meet at the Mketone Center at
4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Students can sign up for the
retreat at the ticket window of the
Campus Center thk week after
Cost for the retreat will be $10
which Includes food and the cost of
the camp Bennett said.
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it k scheduled for April
The men of Frater Sodalk will
have their annuel Luau April 4
said Todd Cokmtn senior bio-
chemistry major from Dennlson.
Instead of a formal social the
men of Prater Sodalk will have a
retreat at Garner State Park near
"It gives us a chance to get away
from Abilene and enjoy nature''
Trojans have not planned a grub
but they are working on "Trojan
Night in the Bean" said Chuck
Howard senior Information systems
quantitative studies major from
Stamford aad president of the club.
Members ako are planning a fa-
jka ceok-eff aad a club cookout
with camping aad canoeing
PksH for i seckl have not been
completed he teM but they have
nasi aa are pjaaniogto ceadact
thek grab wkh Kappa Delka Sfcri
said Reel Fadttk fmhr social werk
saejer from Vkterk aad praekknt
Akhewth kas have not been
cawplstsd m Kaassaea's spring
seckl April 11 aet beea chosea as
the date said Fadttk. The choke of
lecatieaa has beta narrowed down
to two locations The Petroleum
Club aad The Tokyo Ian he said.
The mea of Sub T-16 have sot
completed pkas for a social said
Eddie DeSaeaf senior marketing
major from Fort Worth and skipper
of the club.
A tentative date of April 4 for the
scckl has been chosen but no
defiaite plana have been made said
Phi Quae Mire will join the
womea of Deka Thcta in a "Duel
of the Decaaet" said Kevin
Powers seehesaere public relations
saekc rrem ArHaftea and member
The dab's theme k the 1920s
combiasd wkh Deka Theta's 1960s
theme. The date ef the seckl k set
for April IS ia Sea Aatoeio said
The saaa ef Ceatariea have
schieulid thek grab for March 13.
The theme will be from the 1950s
said Jack Rkjaey sealer Bibk major
&eaa Lubbock aad president of the
The Ckb's social k planned for
the weekead of April 11 at the
Gakrk Mall ia Dallas. The club
ako pkas to attend a Texas Rangers
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 44, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 4, 1987, newspaper, March 4, 1987; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth92104/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.