Top Eight Acts Chosen From All University Sing Competition

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    Phi Kappa Chi
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    Alpha Chi Omega
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    Delta Tau Delta
    Jason Raddin / Baylor Photography
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    Chi Omega
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    Kappa Omega Tau
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    Lambda Chi Alpha
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    Kappa Sigma
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    Kappa Alpha Theta
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    Delta Delta Delta
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    Zeta Tau Alpha
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Feb. 24, 2004

Phi Kappa Chi was named the top act during Baylor's 51st All University Sing competition.

A national panel of judges reviewed the student musical acts and chose the top three groups based on entertainment value, musical quality, creativity, choreography and theme development. The winners were announced on Feb. 28, with the top eight acts invited back to perform at Pigskin Review during Baylor's 2004 Homecoming celebration in October.


WINNING ACTS FROM 2004 ALL UNIVERSITY SING


Phi Kappa Chi (First Place): "Free At Last"


Delta Delta Delta (Second Place): "The Greatest Show On Earth"


Kappa Sigma (Third Place): "Get Your Motor Runnin'"


Chi Omega: "The Beat of Buenos Aires"


Kappa Omega Tau: "Wayfaring Stranger"


Pi Beta Phi: "You've Got Mail"


Delta Tau Delta: "The King"


Phi Gamma Delta: "Not Coming Home"

And make plans now for Sing 2005 scheduled for Feb. 18-20 and 25-27, 2005. Tickets go on sale to students on Jan. 20, 2005, and to the general public on Jan. 21, 2005.

For more information, visit Baylor Sing.

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