David M. Driver has accepted a position as head of the modern language department in Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, Cookeville, Tenn., and has gone there to assume his work. Mrs. Driver, who is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Reynolds, and their children will join him later. Mr. Driver has been associate professor of modern language in Hendrix College.
Senior Jim Fulmer posted the fastest time as the Conway Wampus Cats’ cross country team defeated North Little Rock Saturday at the course of Hendrix College property east of Highway 64.
Conway had 15 points. North Little Rock had 45.
Conway swept the first six places. Fulmer’s time for the 1.7 mile course was 9:05. Ron (Buzz) Boyer was second in 9:08.
The University of Central Arkansas has released the names of cheerleaders selected for the 1987-88 school year. They include three Conway students: Kim Hull, daughter of Don and Norma Hull, a junior majoring in communication; Wesley Simpson, son of Fredrick and Connie Simpson, a sophomore; and Barry Grant, son of Marian L. Grant, a senior majoring in business management.
While attending the week-long Universal Cheerleading Association Camp in August at Memphis State University, the UCA squad won a fourth-place trophy in the “fight song” competition and a fifth-place trophy in the “sideline cheer” competition. In addition, they won a “spirit stick” each day of the camp.
Crystal Boone, Devynne Diaz and Soren Diaz tried their luck at the Duck Grab game on Saturday afternoon at the Faulkner County Fair. The fair ended another successful run Saturday night.