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Zeta Rho Alpha
Club helps conduct sport da
The women of Zeta Rho Alpha began
the year by working with the men of Frater
Sodalis to sponsor Sportstacular, a
money-raising event for Abilene Christian
The social club members supervised
ACES students who participated in
various sporting events such as foot races,
wheelbarrow races and a Frisbee-throwing
contest. "It was a lot of fun for the kids
and for us," said Kendra Gilbert, junior
accounting major from Amarillo.
Becky Parker, a junior marketing major
from Albuquerque, N.M., described the
October event as "a good opportunity to
get to know not only people from ACU,
but also people from the community."
Terry Touchstone, a local Realtor, coor- A a'ltl M 5 T
dinated the event, which local businessmen
Also in October, Zetas won the booth
contest at the Student Foundation's 2
Homecoming carnival. The Zeta booth
was a Cookie Hut where visitors decorated
cookies, and the best decorated confection
won its creator 575.
Before the school year began, the club
made efforts to attract more pledges for
the fall semester. Approximately 50
women who had received letters from club
members during the summer attended a
"Garden Party" rush in the Campus Z.. .
Center. Each of the women who attended 5'
received a small plant as a favor.
"We worked really hard in the summer ff
writing letters to get a lot of pledges to
build the club up," said Susan Rohre, a
junior elementary education major from
Lubbock. L'And we were real pleased with
the number of girls who came to the rush." A ""5"' e
Of the 50 women who attended the fall
rush, l2 became Alphas, or Zeta pledges.
Five women joined the club as spring
The pledges and old members entered a
basketball team in intramural competition
for the first time in the clubfs history. The
team earned a 2-2 record and played to the
semifinals of the tournament.
This page: During a spring meeting Zeta
president Charlotte Anderson turns to
answer a question. Opposite page: top A 2
Donna Garrett, junior public relations
major, listens to a club discussiong bottom
- Zeta Rho Alpha social club members. L-
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