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aociety of Physics Students
ACl"s chapter of the Society of Physics Students spon-
red the first ACU Science Fair in October during High
hool Day. said Thad Walker, vice president of the
Bob Smith, senior from Port Worth, and Scott Boyd,
aior from Dallas, took first place in the science fair out of
out 15 entries, said Walker. Dr, Robert D. Hunter, vice
esident, and Dr. Clint Hurley, English professor, judged
The Society of Physics Students had about 30 members
,s year, and the group conducted twice-monthly meetings,
Three members of the organization joined Sigma Pi
gma, the national honor society for physics students and
imni, on April 17, Bob Kish, physics instructor, spoke at
2 induction banquet. About 5 percent of ACU's Society of
ysics Students also were members of the honor society.
The group conducted its end-of-the-year annual picnic at
E Abilene State Park in Buffalo Gap. - Leigh Ann Manir
Top: Thad Walker talke
5 during e meeting. Middle:
Warren Roane and Walker
look over a meeting agenda.
DNT ROW: Warren Roane, Brett Baker, David Cunningham, Robert Smith. ROW 2: David Crabtree, Scott Acton, Ronota Newberry, Ron Eller, Kaleen Bottom: Group picture.
th, Ted Neil, Brad McLemore, Thad Walker, Steve Adrian, Scott Graessle, Steve Shaffer. ROW 3: Dewey Keeton, Kevin Harwell.
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