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Edit0I',S 3 "Editors are like cans: you open
them, empty them and throw them away."
Yearbooks are also like cans: you collect the material, put it in the can and
The content of a yearbook has been established by tradition, and is universally
uniform in topic matter. The emphasis is appropriately placed on students and
their activities, or more correctly their participation in approved activities. fThe
Wholesome Ones ..... "God and apple pie".i Naturally only the best achieve-
ments of the students and the school are recorded for posterity. The ingenuity
with which this format is repeated from one year to the next depends wholly on the
individual school, the editor and the staff.
The philosophy behind Casscade 70 is basically the same but an effort has
been made to extend the horizons ofa yearbook. The fundamental function of
Casscade 70 is the crystallization of memories, memories of CASS in l970 and also
'nemories of l97O on Earth. We do not profess to be capable of the phenomenon
common to Established yearbooks: that of reflecting an image of the school year
with all of the flaws neatly removed since we believe that a yearbook should not
be an instrument of propaganda. Casscade 70 is an individual yearbook. The
memories contained within its pages are only of skeletal proportions, the catalytic
effect of which activates your own memories.
Casscade 70 contains the bones of this school year. You, the students of CASS
are more privileged than the students of other high schools since a wider range of
memories has been preserved for you in a more attractive can. Casscade 70 cans
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world and therefore brings out the
fear in the world's white minority,
Canadians are unfit for human
consumption. Animals which have
seven parts for every million of DDT
in their fatty tissues are iudged in
Canada to be unfit to eat. And it is
now disclosed that the average
Canadian has l2parts per million of
this pesticide in his body.
UP AGAINST THE WALL FRED
lUYl FELCH, OHIO Fourty-three
students were killed and seventy-
one were critically injured yesterday
on this Ohio campus when a hund-
red National Guardsmen suddenly
turned and Fired into a crowd.
General Robert Mecrokhtefur,
when asked to comment on the un-
fortunate incident, stressed the
fact that the Guardsmen were not
acting under his orders. He con-
sidered his men to be iustified in
their action, since, as he said,
"some of the students were throwing
pebblesat us and calling us 'pigs. "'
The Population Explosion is only
a threat to the supremacy of the
white nations which today, as in
the past are raping the Third World
for wealth, resources, and human
potential. The Population Explosion
is the natural increase ofthe black,
brown and yellow people of the
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a minority that has, through the
ages, exploited all other races with
a ferocity and viciousness
incomparable to any other human
QUYQ OTTAWA Charles F. Running
Bear, a local lawyer, yesterday or-
ganized a demonstration in Memo-
rial Park to protest recent govern-
ment legislation which he claims
"is absolutely useless as far as the
Indian cause is concerned."
Running Bear, who happens to be
an Indian himself, claims that more
discrimination is practised in Canada
against the Indians than there is in
America against the negro.
Although the demonstration was
intended to be peaceful, one iniury
resulted. Patrolman Irving Glimp
is in critical condition ih Victory
Hospital today as a result ofa tom-
The inhabitants of My Lay and
Songmy were not killed because of
blindness, hate and war .... It wasn't
addicts, longhairs, or "terrorists"
who murdered, it was your neat,
crew-cut polite, all American boys
nourished on God and apple pie.
Phone the Woodstock Good-Guys
The first time I madehis acquaint-
ance he was showing his animosity
towards life by hurling his tennis
racquet into the net. What a
'goaner'I Right then and there I
decided that I didn't like him. But
after we got to know each other we
became good friends. I guess this
iust goes to prove that first impress-
ions don't mean a damn thing.
From here on in lwill refer to
this person as Loon. This wasn't
his real name, of course, because
no one names their kid or kids after
birds with the exception of Robin
which is an okay name if you have
a bright orange chest, but enough
about bird names. We called Loon
'Loon' because he himself was al-
ways referring to other people as
'Ioons', that is people he didn't
like. There were quite a few people
in this category. No onel have
ever met has been able to down-
grade people with such sharp dero-
gatory comments as Loon. If this
was part of a school subiect he
would have been able to get at
least an A-plus-plus. He could
have been a professor of Derogatory-
Comments at Yale, he was that
At the time I met Loon I was
trying to develop a liberal attitude
towards all people. He didn't help
me any. He would say something
like, "That 'nad'waIks likeaduck,"
and I would laugh along with the
rest of the guys. Then I would
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HELMUT ZISSER - editing 8. layout
CRIS CONLON - grads 8.undergrads
GARY MOORE - boys' sports, etc.
PAT OLIVER - girls' sports section
RUTH HIPPERSON - school clubs
GAVIN MOCKENZIE - social events
HILDE HOFMANN - commercial art
JUDY REYNOLDS- literary section
PHILIP PARKING - bookkeeping
JUDI WEBB - typing i90.6666. .MJ
SIMONE GROEN - reluctanttypist
Ramon Joyes iLeperl
Mr. Conlon C- - censor,
CASSCADE 70 was conceived and
created in room l25.
Printed by Woodstock Print 8. Litho
" Cover design by Adolfo Spoleta
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