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Campus Quotes For tomorrow read pages 508, 509, 5010. Wouldja tell me why ya did it? Quit dopin ' off ... Just remombre, yoore not as smaoht as you think yous ohr. Aba daba doo! I know they ' re simultaneous, but which comes first? I smell breaf on you! Report to room 207! Get those leaves out of my bus! Saying and doing are two different things, Chaundy! Last night me and my wife went to the drive-in ... to see the Movie! Balooooneey! I mean you have to develop an awareness. Now take this kid Buschel! I ' ve read this passage five or six times, but.. . Silver dollar in mudhole. This will be my first failure in thirty-seven years. How many . . .are there in this class? I never knew steaks to rattle like that. Plugs, one, two, no backs! Well, I didn ' t do it, it just walked off by itself! Am I rig ht or am I right? fulfill — f-u-f-f-i-l — fuffil Now, when I was five, my father and I . . . You won ' t get away with it. Tak ' em to the dorms for lunch. You ' re just who I need for the Carson Dance. This is the worst class in twenty-five years! You ' ll never have a yearbook; it ' s chronologically impossible. Ice cream for tea? Toes in back of the line, boys! Say now listen . . . Shut up boys, right off quick! [ 12 }►
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Corinthian First Row, Left to Right: G. Egler, Mr. C. Valleta, T. Keenan, J. Dutchman Second Row: C. McCullough, J. Poncavage, S. Heimowitz, R. Norton Third Row: O. Peters, J. Flaherty, J. Hackenburg, J. Kauffman, R. Kirby, B. Buschel, E. Johnson To attempt squeezing the course of eight to twelve years within a meager sixty-four pages is indeed a difficult task. All the happy memories mixed with a few sad moments, nearly forgotten faces clouded w ith the rose-tinted haze of sw ' eet remembrance, and the trying years to manhood, must be recreated in w-ords and pictures. This challenging task was shouldered by co-editors George Egler and Thomas J. Keenan with the invaluable guiding hand of the sponsor, Mr. Clement Valletta. Although we had no actual experience in the creation of a yearbook, we gradually learned fom experience how much thought, planning, and plain hard work were required to produce a yearbook worthy of our heritage as Girardians. Our staff of writers, Joseph Flaherty, James Poncavage, Ronald Kirby, Charles McCullough, Jesse Hackenberg, and Bruce Buschel tried to present the material in a clear vivid style. Without the dependable efforts of our competent printing advisors, Otto Peters and Robert Norton, the Corinthian could not have been transformed from an idea to a concrete publication. The pictures were taken by John Dutchman and Morgan Hancock. Without a doubt, the photography is one of the most vital factors in the success or failure of a yearbook’s effectiveness. Much work was done by the business managers, Jack Kauffman and Steven Heimowitz as well as by the art directors. The Corinthian staff would sincerely like to thank Mr. M. Arnold Daffin and the seniors of the Print Shop for the outstanding contributions they made to make our book a reality and ever present reminder of those days at Girard. • ( 14 j
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