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

 - Class of 1983

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c Q 5 Top Iett: Jay Crook, iunior computer science meior ., from Mineral Welle, and Don Berryman, iunior computer science mejor from Abilene work together on a computer program. Top right: Don Clardy encourages students to sign up tor ACUDATE, the cIub's money making project. Middle: Robert Smith, Chris ML,--,,, Courtright and Jay Crook ' C observe a prospective date S as she registers tor ACUDATE. Association for Computing Machinery "This fall we named our chapter of Association for Com- puting Machinery, a national organization for computer scientists, 'Cell Block S239'," said Scott Boyd, chairman. Boyd said the group decided on this name because members worked in Foster Science Building Room 239 so much it seemed like a prison cell. They made the group of- ficial by adopting a logo for T-shirts and wearing hats with :heir computer numbers on them. ACM sponsored a computer dating project the week before Sadie Hawkins. ACUDATE matched men and women with similar interests. Men and women filled out a questionnaire to get their names on the ACUDATE roster. Women paid 50 cents to ensure that their names got on the list of "that certain guy." Men paid 25 cents for a list of the women who filled out a questionnaire for ACUDATE. Boyd said ACM sponsored the project as a "service" to the students of ACU. The ACM participated in intercollegiate programming competitions. The group competed with schools such as Baylor University, Texas A8zM University and University of Texas. In the spring the group toured Electronic Data Systems and the University of Texas. Mark Rokey, senior applied math major, said he enjoyed receiving the ACM trade journals he got with his member- ship - Communication of the ACM and journal of ACM. "Sometimes I don't understand them, but they're in- teresting anyway," said Rokey. "Letdown" parties after Homecoming and Sing Song were a favorite activity for the "Cell Block." The parties in- volved the group leaving their computers and going to a park or the lake for recreation, just to "get away from it all." Keith Canfield, sophomore computer major, said, "I en- joy being a member of ACM because it allows conversation with others that have the same interests and background as you do." - Rachel Rainwater . ,, ',,.,, 1 I , 'Q ? D -E ".,: j , -4-ex, f Y :- ""ns,. , V - -ff, 51 1 FRONT ROW: Richard Bradford, Rick Oden, Don Clary, Lydia Smith, joe Booth, Chris Courtright. SECOND ROW: Susan Adkins, Richard McDuff, Scott Baker, Kaleen Smith, Keith Caughfield,jim, Don Berryman, Elaine Reynolds, Mark Kar-tic, Bill Poucher. THIRD ROW: Scott Boyd, jay Crook, Mark Rokey, David North, Dwight Caughfieldhjeff Haney. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Hogg, Diane Rider, Rob Brannon, Robert Smith. ACM 1 221 Fi, Goodman

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