WEEKEND | 12:15 pm | October 19, 2011 | By Tapley Stephenson

UPDATE: SAE trails Theta for LettuceFest glory

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Photo by Brianne Bowen.

LettuceFest at the Little Salad Shop is halfway through, and the ladies of Kappa Alpha Theta holds a slim lead over Sigma Alpha Epsilon for the top spot.

The competition, which started Oct. 1., pitted Yale’s fraternities and sororities against each other in a low-calorie slugfest. The organization whose members register the most visits to the Little Salad Shop will have its first chapter meeting in November catered by the restaurant.

At press time, Thetas had notched four more salads than SAE for the lead, 53-49. Kappa, PiPhi, and SigEp are all in the low 20s, and ADPhi is last with only nine salads. C’mon guys. Get your salad on.

“Overall, LettuceFest has been going well, and we’ve had many different Greek organizations participate,” Etkin Tekin ’12, co-owner and a brother in SAE, said.

The full rankings are below:

  1. Kappa Alpha Theta – 53
  2. Sigma Alpha Epsilon – 49
  3. Kappa Kappa Gamma – 25
  4. Pi Beta Phi – 21
  5. Sigma Phi Epsilon – 21
  6. Alpha Delta Phi – 9

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