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

 - Class of 1982

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conquer ignorance, then the mission of and motive for the conquest." - Teague He said to teachers, "Unless we cultivate in students, who put their trust in us, this capacity to think, we have lost our bearings." Pope also said he wished he could be op- timistic about the future, but he believed that values were decaying. f'We are living in a culture characterized by greed, cor- ruption, waste and the attitude that if you've got a bank account you can do anything," he said. "We are paying too dearly in the world today for a cotton- candy culture." P ope said he was optimistic concerning Christian education and the future, He commented that institutions like these "will keep a grip on those standards to which we simply must hold on." During the inaugural luncheon U.S. Rep. Charles Stenholm brought greetings from the nation. Stenholm said Teague could not fill Stevens' shoes, but he could be proud if he "wears out another pair moving in the same general direction." The Student Foundation and the ln- augural Committee, which included members of the student body, organized the luncheon. Students also assisted the delegates with their robes before the inaugural ceremony as well as serving at a reception after the inauguration. I eague received numerous letters of con- gratulations from dignitaries throughout the nation. Vice President George Bush, U.S. Sen. John Tower, Texas Gov. Bill Clements and Texas House Speaker Bill Clayton were among those who sent their best wishes. In addition to the inaugural activities, a special 12-page supplement to the Abilene Reporter-News commemorated Teague's inauguration. Feature articles within the tabloid in- cluded biographical pieces on Teague and his family, an interview with Stevens, and photo features on the involvement of the university with the Abilene community through the arts, athletic programs and community service. Teague was born in Olney and graduated from Nocona High School where he was salutatorian of his class and a member of the Class A state champion- ship basketball team. .gy KN. :if f 'Xa fri. - Wil QQQ - 9 4 st si , if, 5 .1 .L S Q 1- gl.: After attending the University of Texas for one year he enlisted in the U.S. Navy. He had served four years and one month when he received an honorable discharge in 1949. That year he married Peggy Newlen, then a student at San Diego State College. And a year later they moved to Abilene where Teague enrolled at Abilene Chris- tian College. While a student at ACC, Teague was named to Who's Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges and was vice president of the summer senior class. He was the first manager of KACC, the campus radio station, and was a member of Frater Sodalis and the "A" Club, a men's honor organization. Also, for one year he arranged student devotionals for Chapel. Majoring in Bible with a minor in speech, he received his bachelor's degree in 1952 and went to work for the school, in- itially as executive secretary for the Alum- ni Association, and then as the assistant to the president under Don H. Morris. Inauguration 39

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