"Rush Week is a regular carnival," said somebody
or another's grandmother, and just to prove it, the Zetas
carried out the theme by being the only sorority to
entertain with a lawn party. The crown and shield continued to shine brightly this year as the Zetas jumped
into campus activities in full force. Verna Mae was
senior class secretary. Vanity Fair chose Charlotte, Kathleen, Joni, and Wanda as top campus beauties. Zetas
were well represented in Pep Club, Student Government,
and Phi Theta Kappa.
All in all it was a great year with the Zetas scoring a
first place in Songfest for the second consecutive year.
Anyone for graduate school?
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Crown and Shield
Ahead at "Big Red"
TOP: K. Barbour, N. Bartels, G. Bowers, S. Bowers, N. Bowne, B. Boy kin, J. Brogham, A. Cordell. SECOND: L. Crow, J. Davis, M. Embree,
S. Frazier, G. Freeland, D. Goudelock, S. Greer, B. Henson. THIRD: V. Hicks. J. Holley, S. Kimbriel, E. Koontz, C. Kuenstler, K. Landers'
B. Leissner, B. Matthews. FOURTH: J. McConnell, N. Moreland, J. Morris, J. Moses, C. Oden, C Olson, C. O'Neill, S. Payne. FIFTH- w'
Peterson, G. Phillips, C. Ralston, A. Schutte, P. Stallings, M. Trost, D. Trowell, E. Via. SIXTH: J. Wahlers, G. Wainscott, G. Walsh, G.
Williams, C. Wilson, N. Womack, L. Woodward. K. Wright, A. Yarbrough.
A typical ZTA meeting gets underway.
Jenny Broghan, Gerry Walsh, Jane Holley converse.
There's always something to chat about
before the meeting gets underway.
When Zetas get together, what they discuss
is mighty important to the growth of the