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"Our ultimate goal was to invoke more participation in
ur three committees - university involvement, alumni rela-
ons and student promotions," said jon Howard, a senior
om Texarkana and Student Foundation president.
"We worked from an administrative angle. We set up
rcruiting functions and alumni functions," said Beth Cox,
tudent Foundation sponsor.
This year's foundation followed the traditions of last
ear's foundation with its involvement in the Homecoming
arnival,juniorfSenior Day and High School Day. But this
ear's foundation also created a few new activities.
"We did some things this year that will be projects the
Jundation can do every year,', said Elise Smith, a senior
'om Carbondale, Ill., and Student Foundation secretary.
Smith said one of the events was the tri-college competi-
on involving the selling of tickets to the double concert
faturing The Cole Younger Band and Sass. The school that
ad the best ticket sales won a free concert by Sass. ACU's
tudent Foundation sold more tickets than Hardin-Simmons
Another new activity was the selling of pie and coffee
during Lectureship. "It was the biggest event the Student
Foundation had this year," said Cox. PFM provided the pie
and coffee, and Student Foundation members served it in
the double gym of the Gibson P.E. Center.
The Student Foundation worked with the ISCC represen-
tatives from each social club in the planning of booths for
this year's Homecoming carnival. Each club had to select an
idea and then construct a booth that would go along with
this year's "Old-Fashioned Homecoming" theme, said
He said the Student Foundation was only responsible for
the "Grubby Derby" event during'IuniorfSenior Day.
Along with these projects, the members also worked with
recruiting students and promoting ACU, said Cox. The
members were given a district in Texas or one of the sur-
rounding states. They went to cities in their district, spoke at
schools and talked to students about ACU. - Pam Hamm
Elise Smith,jon Howard,james Williams, sponsor Beth Cox,
Lett: Helping with Gruby
Derby, Kevin Bslir sends a
contestant e cap. Right: Jett
Conner digs into a hot dog
at a meeting. Bottom Iett:
Jamey DuBois prepares her
hot dog. Bottom right:
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