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F rater Sodalis
6 de to the Fl ' weeps Sing
Buzz - Bzzz - Bzzz - the sound of
annoying flies. With this sound the men of
Frater Sodalis honored the insect in Sing
Song 1982 with their "Ode to the Fly."
And the flies proved good to the Frats!
Judges awarded the social club first place
finishes in all areas of competition -
originality, costume and vocal. For the
sixth time since Sing Song began in 1956,
Frater Sodalis took all first places.
"All the guys wanted it real bad so they
put a lot of time and effort into it, which is
what it takes to win," said David Roach,
Sing Song director and senior education
major from Abilene.
Besides Sing Song, the Frats also were
involved in service projects for the com-
munity. Club members worked to help vic-
tims of the extensive Columbus Day
The Taylor County chapter of the Red
Cross presented an award to Frater
Sodalis recognizing its members for the
participation in evacuating, sheltering and
relocating flood victims. Frats were the
first organization to be honored as a group
by the chapter.
Frats cooperated with the women of
Zeta Rho Alpha to sponsor the children of
Abilene Christian Elementary School in a
field day called "SportsTacular." Terry
Touchstone, a local Realtor, again coor-
dinated the annual program, an afternoon
of athletic contests. Money raised from
donations and pledges to the children was
spent on school supplies for ACES.
The club also participated in in-
tramurals. Frats fielded three teams in
flag football competition and entered three
in spring basketball games. Two Frat
teams competed in volleyball, finishing
fairly high in the standings.
This page: top - After a club vote Donnie
Clary, Frats secretary, explains the out-
come lo the group,' bottom - Frater
Sodalis social club members. Opposite
page: top left- Rodney Smith, vice presi-
dent, enjoys a comment made during a
spring meetingg top right - Frater
Sodalis social club members: bottom left
- Frats' chief fly, club president Jeff
Craig, gets ready to go on stage for the
group's award-winning Sing Song perfor-
mance,' bottom right - Frater Sodalis
social club members.
290 Frater Sodalis
FRONT ROW - Jeff Craig, Brent Davis, Tim Stephens, Brian Chastain, Phillip Derrick, Bingiee Shiu, To
Towns. ROW 2 - Bill Keenan, James Clark, Matt Gerdes, Jack Dyer, Rob Sellers, Mark Burns, Edwar
Hod e, James Flo d John B S Bl k. ROW ' '
g y , eyer, teve ac 3 - Donnie Clary, Willie Delaney, Rodney Smith, Be
Hutchinson, Kevin Karnes.”