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COI1SIl.lllII'Ol7 constitution . . . who
has thejrst page to the Constitution?
After almost a month of trying to revise
or amend the Students' Association con-
stitution, Chris Tharrington, election
director, discovered that all the Senate's
copies of the constitution were missing the
last page. That page contained Article Vll,
which outlined procedures for amending
the constitution and by-laws.
But finally two amendments were
ratified March 4. One raised the grade
point average for an SA treasurer can-
didate from 2.0 to 2.5. The second assured
senators, class and executive officers that
they would regain their offices if they ran
for another position during their term and
Besides arranging its internal affairs,
the SA arranged events for students.
The SA sponsored a lecture by former
Iranian hostage Barry Rosen. The former
U.S. Press Attache at the Tehran Embassy
gave a speech titled, "Iran As I Saw lt"
and answered questions from the audience
Nov. I9 in Cullen Auditorium.
The SA also sponsored musical enter-
tainment, including a Sept. 22 concert by
country musician Ronnie Milsap.
The student government organization
also helped raise school spirit. The SA
sponsored a 6'Roast the Rams" weekend
before the Oct. 17 football game against
the Angelo State University Rams.
Weekend activities included an all-school
pep rally, a barbecue cookout, a 10-
kilometer road race, a bicycle race and a
Frisbee golf tournament. Also, an "Almost
Anything Goes" day was sponsored April
10 by the SA, the Hardin-Simmons
University Student Congress and the Stu-
dent Government of McMurry College.
The SA participated in statewide stu-
dent government when Brad Cheves, a
sophomore finance major, represented
ACU at the annual Association of In-
dependent Students of Texas convention at
Baylor University in Waco. At the Feb. 27
convention Cheves was elected AIST
This page: top A Nancy Chester, senior
from Austin, talks with former ACU stu-
dent Leslie Courtwright at a reception the
Students' Association gave to honor Presi-
dent William J. Teaguej bottom f
Students' Association members.
268 Students' Association
eludes SA officers
.U O J I
FRONT ROW - Bart Castle, Steve Mack, Jimmy Cawyer, Lori Osburn. ROW 2 - Doug Durr, Dc
Thurston, Jay Bailey, Terra Hardin, Johanna Haltom, Lori Stobaugh, Angela lsham, Cathy Daily, Gin
Barnett, Lisa Treadway, Stacy Brecheen, Brad Small, Carl Cates. ROW 3 f Kel Hamby, Chris Tharringt
Kyle Carter, Mark Pickle, Jim Sager, Mark Edge, Clay Hale, Ragan Young, Bob Johnson, Robert Reag
Rob Sellers, Troy Williamson, John Beyer, Judd White, Tracy McDonald, Greg Foster, Larry Nelson, J
Boyd, DeRinda Hogue.”