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Club acquires unexpected win
"The Breakfast of Champions,"
Kinsmen's Sing Song theme, seemed to be
a good omen for the social club.
The theme, which Kinsmen carried out
by appearing as sunny-side-up eggs and
toast with jelly, was good enough for a
second place finish in the costume com-
petition. Norman Taylor, club secretary
and senior marketing major from Dallas,
said the award did more than just build
club morale. "I think it's great,', he said,
"that people in some other clubs paid S45
for their costumes, and we just got an old
sheet and got second placef,
But "The Breakfast of Champions" also
seemed to foretell an event that had not
happened since the club was chartered 14
years before - Kinsman III won an in-
tramural basketball game.
Club President Mark Ray, senior pre-
dental major from Dallas, said that by the
season's end the third team, which never
before had won, was victorious in two
The Kinsmen green and gold also had
good luck on the intramural volleyball
court where the club took first place in
social club competition and advanced to
the semifinals of the playoffs before being
Members of Kinsmen took on two
unusual fund-raising projects to finance
club socials and other projects.
One weekend in February turned out to
be a real gas for Kinsmen as the club
assisted E-Z Serve, Inc., in the grand open-
ing of the company's new gasoline station
on North First. Club members helped
direct traffic and pumped nearly 70,000
gallons of gas for customers lined up to buy
the less-than-a-dollar-a-gallon fuel.
The men did such good jobs as
"petroleum transfer engineers" that E-Z
Serve gave them a 25 percent bonus in ad-
dition to the money they originally agreed
to work for, Taylor said.
This page: Unusual makeup and
costumes, like these Dwayne Shults, left,
Charles Ratcliff and Michael 0'Quinn
wear, were commonplace at Kinsmen
meetings. Opposite page: top left -
Kinsmen president Mark Ray helps the
cIub's dog, Gamma Sigma Phido, attack a
stuffed alligatorg top right - The sailor
fashion craze influences Pat Bailey's
choice of meeting garbp middle and bot-
tom - Kinsmen social club members.