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RONT ROW - Charlotte Anderson, Linda Cannon, Diane McLean, Lori Watlington, Janice Carroll, Don-
a Lynn Garrett, Becky Parker, Kristi Lively. ROW 2 - Pam Milam, Laurie Prather, Tersea Stewart, Susan
ohre, Kendra Gilbert, Brenda Hatchett, Carole lrvin, Jackie McDowell, Linda Felix, Linda Parks. ROW 3
- Leslie Pullen, Pam Strickland, Glenda Davis, Kelly Ong, Kim Barbee, Geri Mooney, Paula Norlander,
,imi Adams, Mardella Hutchinson, Melinda George.
"We did great considering it was our
first time to have a team," said Gilbert.
Zeta also competed in intramural foot-
ball, volleyball and softball.
During the spring semester the club sold
Banana Grams during Sadie Hawkins
Week to raise money. The Banana Grams,
bananas with a message written on them,
were purchased by students for friends and
delivered by members of Zeta Rho Alpha.
The club earned approximately S20 in the
Much of the spring' semester was
devoted to Sing Song preparations. In their
performance titled "The Can-Can Girls"
the women of Zeta appeared as trash cans
that became hobos and then garbagemen,
all in four minutes.
"We had a lot of funf' said Gilbert,
Zeta's Sing Song director, "and I think we
did an excellent jobf'
Zeta president Charlotte Anderson
pointed out a difference between Zeta and
other women's social clubs.
5'We're a smaller club," she said, "and
we're glad we're smaller." But, she added,
Zeta's small size limits its ability to com-
pete in Sing Song with clubs that can put
100 women on stage.
"So we do it Cparticipate in Sing Songj
to have a good time and to put on a good
show," said Anderson, a senior elementary
education major from Anson.
Zeta ended the fall semester with a
Christmas social at Old Abilene Town.
After dinner Zetas and their dates went to
Hillcrest Church of Christ, where they
played games and awaited the arrival of
Santa Claus. When he arrived, Santa
brought stockings filled with gifts for the
The club ended the spring semester with
a trip to Waco for its spring social. The
evening's activities were in a historic man-
sion that after dinner became a mock
gambling casino equipped with blackjack
tables, craps and roulette.
At the end of the evening the two
"gamblers,' with the most chips received
backgammon sets. "We tried to gear the
entertainment toward the guysf, Parker
said, "and I think they really enjoyed it."
Also at the social, Scott Lenhart, junior
psychology major from Clearfield, Penn.,
was named Zeta Beau for helping club
members with intramurals and their
prize-winning Homecoming booth.
Zeta Rho Alpha 287”