Delta Zeta sorority is holding its annual Fratman's Classic and Turtle
Races which began Wednesday and will continue until Sunday, Nov. 1 to
benefit Better Speech and Hearing.

The University of Tennessee's fraternal organizations will compete in
various competitions throughout the week. While participating in a penny
war across campus all week, the group also has activities planned for the
weekend.

Delta Zeta members will be collecting change at designated areas around
campus before the South Carolina game on Saturday. On Sunday, fraternity
members will compete in various team relays at 3 p.m. at FIJI Island.

The member who has shown great effort and cooperation throughout the week
will be awarded Fratman of the Year. To add to the excitement, this year's
competition will end with a live Turtle Race, the turtle being Delta Zeta's
national mascot.

Delta Zeta nationally supports Better Speech and Hearing, and through local
and national fund raising, funds scholarships to students who wish to
attend Galluadet University in Washington D.C., the only college in the
world devoted exclusively to the deaf. UT's chapter also works with the
Tennessee School for the Deaf, holding two fund-raising events each year --
the Fratman's Classic and the Spring Gala Fashion Show held in March.