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

 - Class of 1983

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Top: Senior Jim Mcltissick leases a masked pledge during club. Bottom: Group 272 f Galaxy picture. A tradition of excellence "The main thing about Galaxy is the personal relation- ships, but when we do something we expect to win. We won intrarnurals, vocals in Sing Song, and we're proud of our stu- dent leaders," said Kevin Blair, senior from Fort Worth and president of the club. The men of Galaxy have had a long tradition of winning in both Sing Song and intramurals, but "winning isn't everything," Kevin said. "We play upon the emotions of winning. Like in Sing Song we have some inspirational speeches before we go out on stage. But usually the guys in club are achievers anyway, and they strive for excellence in whatever they attempt." RR Goodman Homecoming was a busy time for the club, even though did not participate in the Student Foundation carrriv "because the pledges were busy on another project and d not have time for the carnival," Kevin said. The Homecoming breakfast was at the Sheraton Inn ar was attended by more than 200 past and present members. The fall Nova social was a movie star theme, and tl spring Nova social was a pajama party. Highlight of the pajama party was the pie fight at the er ofthe grub, Kevin said. "There were pies being thrown everywhere and everyone. It was definitely the funnest grub I ever went to he said. The spring social was in early April at the America: Hotel in downtown Fort Worth. Friday night was the form dinner, and Saturday night was informal and include barbecue and a private concert with singer Gene Cotton the Owens Ranch near Fort Worth. Although the club was not involved in any service pri jects it placed a big emphasis on its relationship with sist club Kojo Kai. "We were more supportive of them and tried to ha' more functions with them," Kevin said. "We traded pledg one night during clubg we got behind each other during Sir Song and just tried to get closer to them," he said. "Patience is a great virtue," Kevin said. "You have to e pect people to complain about things, but you just have I keep going. It's really tough to be a leader among your pee . . . That's probably the greatest thing I learned." And what will Kevin remember most about Galaxj "Having 80 best friends," he said. -jonathan Gibbs ei ir k...V it ,sweep .Q jZ.,. M.. V FRONT ROW: Mark Duncurn, Scotty Elston, Kevin Blair, ROW 2: Mark Robbinshleff Chowningjim McKissick, Scott Hughes, Robert Beasley, Richa Salter, Mo Bryant, Eddie Holt, Holt Lunsford. ROW 5: Kern Lewis, Tim Dods, Brian Shiu, Scott Meadors, Mike Hopkins, Scott Wood, Nelson Coati Randy Pharis, Len Wade. Don Edmonds. ROW 4: Pat Adams, sponsor, Reagan Young, Mark Stephen, Mark Pickle, Mike Copeland, Tim Williams, Cl Rhoden, Mike Casey, ROW 5: Gregg Hodges, Darrell Andrews, Kyle Carter, Scott Biggs-rs, Chris Moore,jeff Prather, David Green, Craig Goodspeed.

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