The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 35
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For the first time, Greek Week at
North Texas was organized into a
team competition. It proved to be a
good opportunity for the twenty four
individual Greek organization at
NTSU to come together to compete
and raise money for the Denton Unit-
Team competitions included the
Brain Bowl (a trivia competition),
Stop Light Bliss (a street corner char-
ity collection) and dance shows such
as Sing Song and Step Show. The All
Greek Toga Party were also on the
Greek Week calendar.
At the end of the week, when the
points were totalled, the Gamma
Team, comprised of Alpha Phi Al-
pha, Chi Omega, Delta Sigam Phi
and Theta Chi, was declared the
team winner and was awarded the
Greek Week trophy.
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Sing Song (above left) and a pool tourna-
ment were both parts of Greek Week
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