Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

Page 312 of 424

 

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Who's Who Castle, C yer, Cates Jimmy Cawyer, an accounting-finance major from Dallas, served as the Students, Association treasurer. The senior was a member of Kinsmen and served as the clubis parliamentarian, vice president and Inter-Social Club Coun- cil representative. He also was vice presi- dent of ISCC. Jimmy was involved in Big Purple, Sum- merstage Companies Two and Three, Freshman Follies and Sing Song. He also was in the Student Accounting Society, Alpha Phi Omega, College Republicans and Alpha Chi and on the Dean's Honor Roll. "I loved the activities," Jimmy said, "but they were just a way to meet people." He also said he hoped he had "touched a lot of different peoples' livesf, Bart Castle, an oral communication ma- jor, was the 1981-82 SA president. He said he wanted to be remembered as "someone who people felt was responsible and a young man of integrityf' The senior from Lubbock planned to earn his doctorate in rhetoric and public address and become a college professor and administrator. Bart was involved in the Student Foun- dation, Student Bar Association and Cen- turion. He served as the social club's presi- dent his junior year. Bart's hobbies included outdoor sports, basketball and public speaking, which he pursued as a member of Toastmasters International. Bart said he would remember ACU most for the SA-sponsored Roast the Rams, a spirit-boosting weekend before the Angelo State football game. t'My major interest is Senate," said Carl Cates, public relations major from Odessa. "It,s something I enjoy, and it is something I can serve the school by? The senior was involved in student government as director of public informa- tion for the SA, a senator and class vice president. Carl was a member of Cen- turion and the Student Foundation. "I want to be remembered as a This page: Jimmy Cawyer, Bart Castle, Carl Cates. Opposite page: Polly Comp- ton, Courtney Connell, Nancy Chester. 308 Who's Who leader in the student life," Carl said, "not someone who sat around and twiddled his thumbs for four yearsf, Carl said his memories of ACU will in- clude "things like the food fight in the Bean and the faces of children at Christmas for Children . . . the Taylor Choir . . . the silence in sensitivity to tragedy? Polly Compton, an art major from Plain- view, received the Juanita Tittle Pollard art scholarship two years. The award, named after a former faculty member, seldom was given to one student twice, said Dr. Brent Green, chairman of the ai department. Polly's out-of-class interests include painting, drawing, ceramics and readinj The senior was a member of the Ne Masters Art Club and worked in the Tex: College Fine Arts Show. She also was member of Alpha Chi, Zeta Rho Alpl and Omega Rho Alpha, freshman Englis honor society. Polly, who was listed on the Dean Honor Roll, planned to earn a master degree and teach art at the college level. She said she wanted to be remembers t l l l

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