ACU clubs, classes shine in Sing Song 2000


For Immediate Release
Feb. 22, 2000

The musical mix at Abilene Christian University's Sing Song Saturday night included top notch performances by chorus groups dressed as chili peppers, patriots and ancient Egyptians. While an odd-sounding mix, their presentations had the sound and look necessary to take top honors at Sing Song 2000, ACU's annual muscial variety show.

In the women's club competition, the women of Sigma Theta Chi took first place as chili peppers. The women of Ko Jo Kai came in second dressed as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz.

In the men's club division, the men of Galaxy took first place as patriots, and the men of Gamma Sigma Phi came in second as baseball umpires.

In the class competition, the junior class took first place as ancient Egyptians, and the senior class came in second as convicts.

Several other awards were presented to various groups who performed in Sing Song 2000 Feb. 18-19.

On Friday night, awards were given in the category of originality.

In the women's club competition, the women of Ko Jo Kai took first place, and the women of GATA took second place as circus ringmasters.

In the men's division, the men of Gamma Sigma Phi and the men of Galaxy tied for first place, and the men of Frater Sodalis were awarded second place as Canadian mounties.

In the class competition, the junior class were awarded first place and the sophomore class second place. Sophomores were dressed as postal workers.

On Saturday afternoon, awards were given in the category of presentation.

In the women's club competition, the women of Ko Jo Kai received first place, and the women of Sigma Theta Chi received second place.

In the men's division, the men of Galaxy took first place, and the men of Gamma Sigma Phi were awarded second place.

In the class competition, the senior class took first place, and the junior class took second place.

On Saturday night, awards were given in the category of vocals.

In the women's club competition, the women of Sigma Theta Chi were awarded first place, and the women of Ko Jo Kai took second place.

In the men's division, the men of Galaxy took first place, and the men of Gamma Sigma Phi took second place.

In the class competition, the junior class was awarded first place, and the senior class took second place.

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