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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,
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Printed by Woodstock Print 8. Litho
" Cover design by Adolfo Spoleta
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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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IVIESSAGEI FBONI TI-IEE' PRINCIPAL
"Education, I believe, is two things: the transfer of factual information and the development
of character." -Bertrand Russell during a television interview
Education in Ontario during the past decade has achieved great competence in the transfer
of scientific information. A doubled retention rate of students in secondary schools, young
teachers, themselves recent masters ofa particular discipline, and schools the best equipped
in the world have advanced this aspect of universal education.
In the early l960's we believed that, could we provide for students the teachers, the
equipment, and the atmosphere for a successful transfer of the knowledge explosion, right
thinking, right acting and a utopian world would result. The virtues of truth, honesty, charity,
dedication, and integrity were to have followed naturally from sufficient knowledge.
The philosopher Aristotle taught thousands of years ago that virtue was a habit formed from
right acting in a given set of circumstances. If education in Ontario is to achieve the goal of
development of character and, if by character we mean the acquisition of the virtues, we must
accept a change in our thinking.
We are prepared to accept the discipline imposed by the learning of factual information
from a learned man in some branch of knowledge such as medicine, but we refuse to accept the
admonition of a virtuous man to act in a certain way. To be told how to act, we claim, is an
infringement upon our individual rights.
The transfer of fact requires a discipline of the mind on the part of the learner, the transfer
of character requires a discipline of the will . The true educator is both a master of knowledge
and of virtue, the true student accepts both as fact and brings his mind and his will into
We have fallen short of the second aim of education because the older generation has
failed to see their two-fold responsibilities to the young people. The young people rightly
criticize us because we have given them information, but do not show them howto use it.
Paul J. Blake, Principal
IVIEISSAGE FBONI TIIE BOARD
I appreciate the opportunity of contributing a few remarks to your Year Book.
First let me say how impressed I was with the performance of the choir and bands at the
"Accent on Music" evening. This type of participation in extra-curricular activities indicates
an enthusiastic student body anda school where there isa significant rapport between administration,
staff and student. The foregoing are a few of the factors necessary in producing an environment
conducive to learning.
Many of you are anxious to acquire a greater degree of freedom of action which ostensibly
occurs when you leave school and go out into the world. The freedom to participate in the
making of decisions which affect you is an admirable obiective. However, coincidental to the
acquisition of this freedom must be evidence of self- discipline. No administration will wisely
deny you the opportunity to share in some form of meaningful decision-making. I believe that
a truly representative student council is capable of creative involvement and could include a
roll in disciplinary matters, curriculum and staff evaluation.
Therefore the challenge is really a fundamental one, demonstrate that as individuals and
collectively as a group you are capable of self-discipline! This will ultimately lead to a
greater degree of freedom when it is apparent that you are able-'to cope effectively with the
relaxation of externally applied controls and discipline. A
On behalf of the Oxford County Board of Education best wishes to the staff and students of
C.A. S. S.
B.wR. Hunt, D.C., Gmairman
Oxford County Board of Education
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