Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1976
Page 14
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· Northwest Arkansas.TIMES, Wed., F A Y K I ' I K V I L L E , A R K A N S A S April 21, Top University Students Honored For Achievements · r University ol Arkansas sin*'dents received « total of-'79 * awards for academic· achieve-, ' ment at the 36th annunl Honors * Day 'Convocation hero Tuesday, i. Dr. Charles A. Leone,-vice ". president -provost of the UA - ' FaycUeville campus, was the speaker-for the event, which \vtis held in the Ballroom of -the Arkansas Union. " Heading the * list of - honors were the recipients- of the raveled Senior Keys, which are presented to the top graduates ...jiicc major .wilh highest achievement -- Earl W. Zachryj of Lockcsburg. KDUCATiOX SCHOLARSHIPS Henry G. Holz Scholarships .11 Education -- James M. Bryan of FaycUeviUc;" Owen L. Rogers of Paris; Juntos Kooms burg of Harrison; Mildred M. Hill of West Fork, and Diana F. Intnan of Huntsville. Henry Kronen burg Scholar ship to outstanding member of of each of colleges and Delta P i ~ educational -- Carol Ann Kittrell of schools. Recipients of these were i 1 ich ael F. Runyun of Kansas City, Mo., College of Arts and Sciences: David Griffith of Spriiigdale, College of Agriculture and Home Econo; mics; Deboi«h West of Story · (Montgomery County), College of Business Administration; Karen Schmitz Barton of LUtle Rock, College of Education; David W. Suobank ol Rogers, formerly of Bentonville, College of Engineering, and Kelly Lee '. Heaver of Huntsville, School of { Law. The School of Architecture 1 presented the National American Institute -of Architects ''. Henry Adams Medal to Us top 1 graduate, Debni K. Pearson of -.- Jonesburo. I Additionally, two graduating ^ seniors were recipients of the i Alumni Association's Senior J Honor Citations: These awards, i consisting of i plaque and a 3 S100 cash prize, were presented ; to Kenneth L. Stewart of Mur; freeaboro and Roberta Boyd of t Jacksonville. ; Other awards presented at ?. (he ceremony and the recipients * wore: CHEMISTRY AWARDS Alpha Chi Sigma Feshman Chemistry Awards -- Daniel ;J. Conastcr oE Fort Smith and Peter S, Young of Ko'wloon, Hong Kong. Alpha Epsilon Delta Award to outstanding health science _students -- Joe T. Robinson · of Biytheville and Carole Bryant Kappa society Augusta. Jacob Sycks Award to outstanding junior, premedical chemistry /major -- Charles Thornton of Bauxite. J. William Fulbrrght Award to senior: history; major with highest scholastic i achievement -- Ronald IX Wren of Euless, Texas. John Gould Fletcher '.Award tor Writing -- Carl Launius of Corning, JuliU . Miller Award for outstanding achievement by a freshman in "nursing -- V.N. Brady of Spriiigdale. jVIarke t ing Club A wa rc!s to club members for excellence in cholarship and contributions to he C l u b . - - Howard S. Ham- rians J rlpbcrt ;xas Martin Luthtr King A\sttid to student who demonstrated . human rights.and has a record of high academic achievement -- Dinah ~ " (Jackson Countv) Merck Index Award to s t a n d i n g junior chemistry ma j or _ Alan W. Fluke of Grandview (Carroll Cojmty) Monsanto Senior Achievement Award to '.outstanding, senior B.S. major in chemistry'-- John C. Fetzer of Jacksonville, National American Institute of \rchitccls Achie\pmpnt *riduatini Viofence Continuing Boston Black Youths Stone Cars Of Whites BOSTON roving gang of a ho n't 100 black youths -sloiKxi 11ic curs of whites .who drove through Ihoir lU'ljjhbui'- hotxl [during H.second niglH of niehirvioliMK-e hi Boston, while m u t t .-or the other must stop., II will Bostoiv h i s been the scene of [only lead lo fmther violence * spoL.Khc Molcnce slice a' "1L isn't going to be tolciatcd fcdeial couit oid.°rccl busing of -- tins lawlessness on wilier schools , to desegregate the .city's year afio. K\ir.j policemen uere on rtuLy in imny pails of the ctly, »«I \ohmlccis maimed a 21 Original Rendition of Nashville. Alpha' Rho Chi Medal to As Ted Mack, hust of television's -"Oripiniil Amateur Hour" for 23.years, looks on, Norocnc Carole of Nurih_ Hollywood, Catif. uses her right arm to deliver an original rendition of the "Blue Danube WutU" at Busch Gardens In Los Angeles where Mack Is conducting his .second annual "Great Ted Mack Tnlcnl Search." (AP Wircphoto) NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES the victim of a ; gang boattti ! the night before clung to life; ! Richatd Polccl J4, a \sluloi auto mechanic \\ ho ^ as dragged fiotn his cm jnd buit \ ^ ^ M L l l | l w Q _u d IA ± QS m pn in the pretlonniHinlly black .South Boston. * Rax bury section, was u neon- - i'o,. :a» a'tid civic leaders ex scious and on the danger list, piesstd shock md disma .'early today · after extensive! Tuesday over Poleet's .beatinp b i a m s m g e r i and othei ractal violence that One souice siid, ' f he, out has bcsct the citj look is exlremelj grim Ills sit- Go\ Michael S Dukakis i,aui ' udlion is desperate ' [ f i e was appalled ' He added l u o people \\-re a i i L b k t t foi j lalk of ic'iibulion b\ one side allegedly beating Poleet.,'-Mon ' day night, and the FBI said III has joined the seaich for moic of the'15 "to 20 b! tick youths're- ported responsible. Police blocked off a mile of streets ·. through the adjacent Mattapan ·· section for nearly three hours Tuesday night in an effort 16 slop the sterlings there. They said Hint at least six whiles suffered .cuts.from flying glass. At least 10 ·.windshields were shattered in M a t t a p a n before the disturbance ended about midnight, ; No arrests were do," said Boston Mayor Kevin [ . W h i t e . "There ar£ no oxcus- s. 1 This " week's violence ' M j y lacks against whiles followed ivo attacks by young whites, on 'lacks. " EVEREST AOENN1NG3 WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS T 010" KCNTUI * UIB FtyeUetllleDrur «!-7MI FABRIC MART EVELYN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER .- architectural s t u d e n t who : "gives, promise of real- prpfos- " · sional. merit" -1 , Nancy Pattoii Nemec of North Little Rock. · ' " A l p h a Zeta Scholarship ·- -Award to freshmen in agricul^ ; · ture with highest scholastic · record .-- Thomas P. Foster of ''- North Little Rock; N t i n c V ' J . I-' Oden-of-Hot Springs'; and Carol ·; .L. Walth'er of FayelteviUe. ' ,-;. I; . American Chemical Society .'·' Awards .to outstanding juniors v : iri". chemistry -- Alvin Bceler · oE Fayetteville; Leslie Butler of ! Conway, and Judy Martin Tran- 1 - tnarn of Harrison. I American Institute of Chem ": ists Anftrd to outstanding senior -- Robert HoldaVof Ozark." Anna'Powell Wood Award lor, :L outstanding article in the ; , Arkansas. Engineer -- Lee '···· Ilartz of Stuttgart. ; * } American Society of Interior I- Designers. Award to graduating * · interior design major with high- I est grade point -- .Robbi Rice !· of Little Rock land 'Lita Carver Kmg of Poughk'eepsie. Arkansss Animal Science AsscciaLior. Scholarship to outstanding student in animal agriculture _ Kenneth W. Lambeth of Fayetteville. Arkansas Society of Professional .Engineers Award to outstanding senior in engineering : - Steven H. Sharp of Harrison. Baucum Fulkerson Award for writing -- Paul Williams of Fayetteville. Beta Zeta, Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Award to graduating member. with highest -grades -- Robert Nor- rrton Wilkerson of Greenwood. Charles H. Brough Award for outstanding a c a d e m i c a n d res carch a chi evern en L by sociology major Carol Roddy of Fayelteville. Chemical Rubber Company Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award -- Crit R. Cooksey of Aubrey (Lee County).- · Ch i Omega Jobel! e Hoi comb Award to outstanding English major -- Mary A. Comstock of Stloam Springs, Chi Thela Award for outs t a n d i n g leadership a n d achievement by senior woman in College of. Business Administration -- Deborah West of Story (Montgomery County). Delbert Swarlz Award in Bottuiy and Bacteriology to outstanding senior major in the department ----- Houston A. Hobbs of Yellville. SWART/ AWARD Dr. and Mrs. Swarlz Award lo athlete with highest acade- 1 mic record -- Tommy Cheyne of Fort Smith. Droko-nunn Award to outstanding senior mathematics tecture -- Nacy Palton Nemec of North Little Rock National Association mcmbershi. Theresa P. Wood of Fort Smith Northwest Arkansas logical Society standing major'.in anthropology -- Helen F J ville whose Washington, D C JOURNALISM AWARI Outstanding Journalism Gra duate Award -- Tamora Reed of F»ietteulle Outstanding cultural Bradley G. Boyd of DcWitt. P.E.M. Club Award lo out standing ssnior . . sical ed'ucation or recreation -Garv Hutcheson of Bcnlonvilk and Teresa Hunter of McKin ney, Texas. Phi /Beta" Knppa Award graduating member of PBK with highest achievement -Martha Stamps of Bentonville Physics Faculty Aw ards t senior physics majors for their accomplishments Alexander C Gilder of Waldron Kenneth G Victors of Bates ville;''Mid ael F Runvun of Kansas City Mo., and Arthur W Pillow o Paragould Ralston Purina Scholarship f o r outstanding scholastic achie\emcnt in agriculture -Marcus M Waldnp of Moro (Lee Countj) Rebecca SholLey Gifford-Scho larship to a member of Phi Up silon Omicron, home economics sorietj, for academic ex cellence -- Teresa Jean Gentry of DcQueen. Holland H. Waters Award t graduate student in psycho logy who shows promise ii teaching -- Chris Allegrctii o Fayetteville, formerly of Glei Ellyn, III. Society of Physics Student Award' to outstanding sopho more physics major -- Dann T. Berry of Charleston. Tan Betu Pi Award lo out standing sophomore engineering $2 Sleeveless tops that are great summer companions. Carefree polyester or nylon in a wealth of styles Choose from a palette oljresh colors. Misses' sizes r. Cool for comfort! Perky shirts in no-iron lotion/polyester. Variety of styles in ·hoice of spirited solid tones or flattering irints. Misses* sizes. Save. POLYESTER KNIT TOPS SHORTS FOR HOT WEATHER 2 Our Reg 2.97 3 33 Our Reg. 4.33 Light-as-a-breeze sleeveless knits in easy-care polyester. Have several in a variety of necklines and colors. Play favorites! Polyester or nylon/acrylic shorts, in zippy styles and colors, make great hot weather standbys. VI student -- Danny Bennett major -- Kathleen Knight of Hot Springs. , Marie Duritip Award to undergraduate student in psychology wilh most potential in research --Ronald K. Dimaway of Fay- clleville. Felix ChriMophcr McKean Awards (or Poetry -- ?:ilen Gil- Christ ol New Orleans. I.a.; Tim Connell of New York City; Margaret. Buchanan of Alerhphifl Tcnn.; N'clljcan McConeghoy of Washington, D.C.: Ann Wcsler- man. Lloyd Conner, Vincent Claynool and Lee Martin, all of Fayetleville. Frederick A. Kckulc Award to the . oiitstarjding sophomore chemistry major -- Paul Schubert of El Dorado. Gamma Thcata Upsilon Award [0 outstanding student majoring in geography -- Richard E. Gathright of El Dorndn. tfcorgc I), Lingclljach Scholarship in Physics -- Kugene Clark Tranlhan of Harrison. G r e e k , House Directors' Award to deserving.'undergraduate student -- Janfc l.ce Bartlcll of Banks (Fimdlcy County). 1 : .. Henry M." Alexander Memorial Award !o the senior political ot Biytheville. Vera . Juhre Award for outstanding achievement by a sophomore in nursing -- Cheryl L. Whitchouse.of.Wcst Fork. Wall Street Journal Achievement Award to outstanding student in finance -- Ronald Ty Latfa of Fort Smith, County Medical Society Award to outstanding pre-mecltcal student who has; been accepted by a medical: school -- Mariann Harrington of Little Rock. W.A. 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