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Time for turning around
"We've turned around this year. We've aired our dirty
undry. It was hard, but we're a better club for it," said Liz
ane, president of DT's.
i'Every club on campus has a stereotype," Liz said, "and
ie people that aren't in a social club see each club as its
"DT's are known as athletes and partiers, and I'rn sure we
ave our share of both, but we also have a lot of girls that
on't fit that stereotype," Liz said.
The DT's had been plagued with a bad reputation, Liz
rid, and this year the women changed that image.
"Our theme this year has been 'something differentj and
e've tried to work hard on the good parts of our club, to
improve our image," Liz said.
"But," Liz said, "we worked on our inward image before
we started working on our outward image,"
Liz said the first thing they wanted to do was to get more
involved in school related functions such as Christmas for
Children. The club sponsored a photo booth during Sadie
Hawkins week and helped sponsor a concert with Galaxy.
The proceeds went to Christmas for Children.
Sing Song really helped to draw the women closer
together, Liz said. "Everybody worked hard, and it didn't
matter how we looked to anybody else because we were
working on something more important than winning."
"I was real proud of our performance." Liz said. "I wasn't
able to participate because of a recent surgery so I was more
objective about the show than most people who were in-
volved in it. We looked so much better this year than in
years past. Sure we made mistakes, but overall it was a fan-
tastic performance, and we won second place in the costume
Liz said that although the club had grown in size the
women still stressed quality more than large numbers. The
club had 26 pledges this year,
The club had a fall and a spring grub as well as a
Christmas social at the Abilene Womans Club and a spring
social at Fairway Oaks with jazmine as entertainment. The
club's Homecoming breakfast was at the Abilene Club, and
more than 300 alumnae attended, Liz said.
Overall, Liz said she was pleased with the year and that
she was glad to be president. "There are so many pressures
when you're the president, I had fun, but I'm glad it's overf'
Top lett: Karen Taylor
relaxing backstage at Sing
Song. Top center: DT
Theresa Avey in e tough
intramural football game.
Top right: Biddio Priss
Hodges expresses her
feelings concerning Bid
Night. Bottom left: Michelle
Mahanay pretends that she
wishes she could ond it all.
Bottom right: DT's Gwen
Carter, Leigh Ann Tooke,
Kelly Tomo, Denise
McLennan and Cindy Smith
shown performing in Sing
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