Sing Song winners announced at conclusion of fourth show

For Immediate Release
Feb. 20, 2001

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Tom Craig, Director of Media and Community Relations

Jamie Milstead, Media Relations Specialist
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After four shows Feb. 15-17, the 44th year of Abilene Christian University's annual Sing Song concluded with three victories.

Pi Kappa men's social club took first place overall with the medieval act titled, "King Arthur … A Knight to Remember." This was the first Sing Song victory for the men of Pi Kappa.

Kilted freshmen won first place in the class division with their Scottish show titled, "They Can Give Us Curfew, But They'll Never Take Our Freedom."

The overall winner in the women's division went to the women of Ko Jo Kai, making their 13th Sing Song victory. The women of Ko Jo Kai can claim the highest number of Sing Song victories for a female social club.

The overall results coincided exactly with the winners of the new People's Choice Awards picked by the audience at the Thursday night show.

The acts were judged on originality, presentation and vocals. The freshman class and the Ko Jo Kai dominated all three categories.

Pi Kappa placed second behind the men of Gamma Sigma Phi in the vocal category.

Gamma Sigma Phi placed second overall in the men's division and the women of Sigma Theta Chi took second in all categories in the women's division. The senior class broke their two-year winning streak by placing second in all categories.


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