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

 - Class of 1982

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for indoor pole vaulting honor society, Beta Beta Beta biology society and Galaxy social club and was on the Dean's Honor Roll. He was also vice president of Omega Rho Alpha, the freshman English honor organization, and a class senator of his ifreshman and sophomore classes. l Dale was on the ACU golf team and the 1981 Lone Star Conference all-academic golfteam. Other activities he participated in were intramural basketball and racquetball. He was the Bull Roar Racquetball winner in 1980. Her senior year Lori Osburn, a social work major from Columbia, Mo., was elected Homecoming Queen and Miss ACU and served as secretary of the Students' Association. Lori served on the Student Life Com- mittee and was pledge class president, an ISCC representative and chaplain for Sigma Theta Chi. She also was ISCC secretary. After graduation Lori planned to work with the MARK program in Germany. She said she also planned to work in social work. Q Q5 -Q'-if Lori was involved in Spring Break Cam- paigns, participated in intramurals, was on the Fish Camp staff and was a member of the Social Work Club. She was involved in Sing Song for four years and was the reci- pient ofan Optimist Club award. Lori's hobbies included racquetball, swimming, needle work, traveling and working with children. She said she would most like to be remembered as someone who was happy and had a listening ear. Billy Olson, public relations major from Abilene, set a world indoor pole vaulting record of 18 feet, 10 inches. Billy com- peted in the Pan American Games and the World University Games. He also received several track awards. After graduation Billy said he planned to work in his father's bail bond business and train for the Olympics. The senior said competing in the 1984 Olympic Games definitely was one of his goals. But he said he didn't put too much emphasis on winn- ing the Olympics, because "it's just one shot. You could be the best in the world and have an off day." Besides his athletic endeavors, Billy was a member of Sub T-16 social club and the Optimist and KACU staffs. Twyla Pace, senior elementary educa- tion major from Haskell, graduated with a 4.0 grade point average. Although Twyla was 39, she said she "felt very comfortable with the kids at ACU, even though I was old enough to be most oftheir mothers." Twyla worked full- or part-time during her first three years of school. Yet she found time to be in Alpha Chi and Kappa Delta Pi education honor society. For a few years after her graduation, Twyla said she would continue secretarial work in Abilene, where her semi-invalid mother lived. However, she said she even- tually would like to teach elementary school. She said her best memory of ACU would be Chapel. "I loved going to Chapel," she said. "Every now and then we'd hit a service that really said what I desperately needed to hear." This page: Twyla Pace, Lori Osburn, Billy Olson. Opposite page: Suzetta Nutt, Tim Myrick, Dale Moody. Who's Who 317

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