The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, April 30, 1993 Page: 4 of 8
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By Monte Masters
Prc-cnrollmcnt sessions for 1993's
entering freshmen and transfer stu-
dents haVc been scheduled and have
been renamed new student orienta-
tions. Colleen Blasingamc coordinator
for prc-cnrollmcnt said three new
student orientation sessions will be
conducted during the summer. Each
new student orientation session will
last two days: June 13-14 July 11-
12 and Aug. 19-20.
The sessions were renamed
because "the name prc-cnrollmcnt
had a big question mark on it"
In the past many students thought
the sessions were for only those stu-
dents needing to enroll in classes;
thus many students skipped the
sessions having already enrolled in
classes by phone.
Blasingamc said the sessions
allow new students to enroll in
classes tour the campus take
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She said changing the name from
prc-cnrollmcnt sessions to new stu-
dent orientations should inform
everyone Of the greater scope of
About 300 students will be
attending each session with the
July session the smallest and the
August session the largest
All student athletes arc encour-
aged to come to the June session
she said adding this enables them
to have more time to prepare for
their particular sport.
Blasingamc said if needed hous-
ing is provided in the dormitories
but many students stay at hotels or
at the homes of friends and rela-
tives. Current students may take an
active role in the sessions by serv-
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the recent news about ACU. The 1993-94
subscription package is only $30.
the Oprimfst ACU Box 7892 Abilene TX 79699
Two library staff receive honors
for outstanding service 0
Library staff members Anne
Usrcy cataloging assistant and
Elaine Huckabee periodicals
?fssist5itr;ejlvefil awards for
ffihcfftwiid nriilnt pettaxmmtti
awfservice to Uw ACU Library
Osrey a cfdsJoftukig assistant
was awarded the Evelyn Scott
; The award goes only to work-
i?crs whose records of service to
the library and Its patrons merit
tltc highest recognition said Mar-
sha Harper; library director.
The award was named after
and first given to Evelyn Scott
upon her retirement in 1988.
i-.Scott contributed nearly 30 years
of service to the library said
Since Scott only one other per-
son has received the honor.
Usrcy said she was astonished
after receiving the award durjng a
taff meeting April 14.
;. "I was ecstatic. I bad no idea
thai they were even giving the
...iiwara to anyone ana l couiu
ucueve u wncn i received
The Bill Reese scholarship an
award that recognizes an upper-
classman band member for service
and merit was awarded to Joe
Hootcn junior math major from
"Joe represents the qualities we
feel Bill Reese embodied through
his service to the band" said Fred J.
Allen assistant professor of music
and director of bands. "This is a
way of keeping those traits alive."
Qualities the recipient must pos-
sess are dedication commitment
and an unselfish loyalty to the bond
Allen said. Hootcn will be present-
ed with a one-year scholarship and
Let the Naval Reserve
to your FUTURE.
Quality Naval School
Future Retirement Benefits
If you are age 17-25
was sneechlcsi. TJsiisvsaid. 'i $?.
Tile process of choosing Aii M
with a staff member beliw nomi
nated for the Koftcnr by a fetiow
wker. 'v' ' "t
The other staff members iheri.i
discuss the qualifications of the1!
nominee ami occioc wnenracr iw'j
nominee meets the standards tk'i
were first displayed by Evelyn J
Huckabee received the. Qutfl
standing staff award a semi-1
annual award given by the tibrari-jf
ans to the staff mehiber UieyT
believe best meets the criteria of"
the award t 1 . 3
The person receiving the award J
must be service minded people
oriented dependable consistent!
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Huckabee also was surprlsedf'
she received her award.
"I appreciated it very much" "
the Raid. "It is reallv an honor '
when your co-workers respect j I u
your work enough to want to; && i?
honor you fn this way" 'v; t'f Z
The scholarship is in memory rf
Bill Reese who was drum major
from 1964-67 in the Big Purple
Band. Reese a member of the U.S.
Marine Corps served less than a
year in Vietnam.
Reese's dedication to his cause's
were visible in his involvcmcnW
with the Big Purple and In the
Vietnam War. He was selected pla-
toon honor man and honorary
recruit of his 1500-man battalion
prior to his tour of duty. He died at
age 24 while on patrol near Quang.
Tri Vietnam in 1968. .)
The Bill Reese memorial scholar-
ship aids students interested in
becoming a part of the Big Purple.
Thrt DinmAiinl TtirtttrM O
Cypress St. will present James?)
Dean Alms day beginning at 10
a.m. as part of the West Texas
Film Festival. The film show-
ings will continue through the
weekend. For ticket information
and movie times the
Paramount may be contacted at'
The African Mission Fellow-
ship's last meeting of the year
will begin at 7:30 p.m. at 6421
Japanese class '
Elementary Japanese I will be
offered in the fall for interested stu-
dents. The class will involve the basic
dialogue of the Japanese language .
and an introduction to JapanelCy
tuiiuic aiu jcii niuciunc uircciur
of the Institute of Intensive English.
Haseltine currently Is teaching
the class for the first time and says .
he enjoys it.
He uses a textbook-based audio-
lingual method for teaching thejrj
class. The method uses a habit for-
mation approach which means stu-!
dents repeat and practice continual-
ly said Haseltine.
Japanese uses three alphabets
the first being Hlragana which farfc
used for regular Japanese wordr. (a
The Karakana alphabet mainly is '
used for foreign or borrowed 1
words. The third alphabet is Kanjl f
and is used for the conversion of
Chinese characters. .
Haseltine said anything can ty ;
written phonetically in Japanese i
using the first two alphabets but on
educated Japanese person would
use all three.
An advantage of Japanese is the
many English words that are pulled
into the Japanese language he soicji
"When you study any foreign
culture it gives you more insight
into your own culture" he said.
Haseltine said he encourages stu
dents to enroll in the course.
"I hate for students to shy awa i
trom it because it might be to
hard" he said. "It shouldn't be eas-
ier or harder than any other foreign
Haseltine lived in Japan with his
wife for eight years and returned to
the United States in 1986.
"I would love to take some stu-N
dents to visit but it is too expen-
sive" Haseltine said. "Japan is a
beautiful country. I would love to
snare the beauty of this culture."
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 59, Ed. 1, Friday, April 30, 1993, newspaper, April 30, 1993; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth92184/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.