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writes 6 essimi ti column
jor from Yakima, Wash., was the Optimist
editor in 1981 and 1982.
M1 want to continue working in
newspapers . . . l'd like to be a copy editor
or something along that line," he said. "1
want to find some way that lean do that as
Doug was the recipient of the Wendell
Bedicheck Award for outstanding student
journalist. He also placed fifth in the 1980
Layman's Bible Committee Editorial
He wrote "The Pessimist" column for
the Optimist. "I feel that 1 will have had a
successful college career if everyone at
ACU dislikes at least one thing that l've
written," he said.
Doug was a member of the Student
Press Association and Alpha Chi. He also
was listed on the Dean's Honor Roll.
"1 want to be remembered as the only
person who ever made 108 on one of Dr.
Marler's Comm CCommunicationJ Law
tests," Doug said.
Steve Mack, a finance major from Lub-
bock, was vice president for the Students'
Association and his junior class.
He enjoyed skiing and basketball and
hoped to be "in the top management ofa
bank," he said.
"l guess l'll have to be remembered as
somebody who didn't take his studies too
seriously," he said jokingly. He also said
his memories of ACU would include the
way professors cared about students.
Steve was a member of the Student
Foundation, Frater Sodalis and ISCC. He
also was the chairman of the 1981 univer-
sity security committee of the SA, a
Christmas for Children group leader and
the recipient of the First State Bank
Who's Who 315”