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

 - Class of 1983

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Agriculture Two ag majors try lo rope a calf during the team roping event of the rodeo. judging with the besi judging seemed to be one of the things that the agriculture department did best. The ACU judging teams tied for the Sweepstakes Award April 22425 in national competition at Illinois State University. The university's teams also tied with Western Kentucky University in the competition, where contestants from 16 states entered livestock, dairy and soil judging categories. The horse judging team took first place, and Harold McDonald, a sophomore from Stephenville, placed first in the individual category. Also, Tommy Thompson, a sophomore agriculture major from Abilene, was the fifth-high individual in the soil judg- ing category. ACU's livestock judging team placed fourth overall. The team took third place in swine judging and oral reasons and placed fourth in the sheep category. Bill Dickerson, a freshman from Brentwood, Tenn., and Phil Donaldson, a sophomore from Sterling, Ky., took ninth and 10th places in the individual livestock category. The department also engaged in numerous other ac- tivities, however, including its annual field day March Z8 for area 4-Il and Future Farmers of America members. About 500 youths competed in livestock, soil, and range and pasture judging. Students in the department also attended several conven- tions. Attending the national Delta Tau Alpha convention in Eastern Kentucky were .Janie Swann, national Delta Tau Alpha secretary and a junior from Taft, and jeff Whiteside, a junior from Hampshire, Tenn. 1 Kayce Frye, a senior from Arlington, and Doug Howari a junior from Stamford attend a tour of agricultural sites i the Lubbock area during spring break. The Southwest regio of Block and Bridle was host for the tour. Darrell Stewart, president of the Aggie Club, won thir place in the national Block and Bridle organization for grad point average, club activities and other school activities. The ag department also offered several scholarships. Th largest scholarship fund was a 315,000 endowment from th Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo that was divide among Z3 people. The awards were made for academi achievement and conduct. Other scholarships included the Robert Malone Memoriz Scholarship, presented to jan johnson, a graduate studer from Pampa, and to Ricky jackson, a junior from Marshal They received 31,000 each. The F. M. Churchill Scholarship of 3300 was given to We Pringle, a senior from Gunnison, Colo. The Colby Memori: Scholarship was awarded to Loyd Sims, a senior fror Abilene. He was given a ssoo. The Ex-Aggie Scholarship of 3500 was presented to Brer Carpenter, a senior from Webb City, Mo. In addition to teaching responsibilities and extracurricula work with the many ag-related organizations sponsored b the department, the faculty also found time to do som research. Dr. Edwin DuBose and Dr. Bryan Brokaw worked on project called "Livestock-Feeding Trials and Genetics." D F. M. Churchill researched methods for preventing bus growth in certain areas. - Kelbf Tolyon 328 f Agriculture i E I l l I

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