Mount Wachusett Community College - Yearbook (Gardner, MA)

 - Class of 1975

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Carse has taught at the Mount since 1965. As an outstanding pro- fessor in Secretarial Science, Mrs. Carse has placed many fine executive, medical, legal, and technical secretaries into the world of busi- ness. She has devoted her time, knowledge, and experience into producing top ranking busi- ness women. Her willingness to offer advice in personal matters as well as business has made her a special person in the eyes of her students. Those of us who had Mrs. Carse to guide us in our careers will find it hard to adjust to her ab- sence. We will certainly miss her. Thank you so much, Mrs. Carse, for our futures. ,Q .gifs .- xi -.. ,B A , ,J ,T-ff A A at is ir" l . V4 3 S i r I 1 QQ gk 3 I x 1 3 l 5 V' .A Q ' S xr if 5 Q 2 f, x i f' til EN ' A" ' ' ' Ks .ss ADMINIST RATIGN .,:'f"' , , ag!!- President Arthur F. Haley '13-"snr 1 ' -'3e,,.., -fm ' . 1 ' . . :ii ,W l .. ff In if , -.M .e,' a -W ,, ' . , - Mage., Congratulations to the Class of 1975! We hope you have gained in knowledge, in skills and in implementing some of the theory gained in the classroom. But that statement doesn't do justice to the change I hope has occurred in you. Two or more years at the "lVlount" has established new personal relationships in both you and us and this growth may better be termed--new emotional awareness. Commencement, then, is a happy but also a sad occurrence for us both. This year you proceed into the commercial world or to a senior college at a time when the economic life of our region is not as strong as in past years. Com petition for positions will be strong because of the constraint of industrial growth. But I know that your experiences here will place you in a strong competitive position for entry into career positions. And, so, Class of '75, this note is an attempt to say I will miss you, I know of the uncertain economic factors facing you, and yet am convinced of your ability to prosper. Godspeed and come back and visit as the "Mount" continues to build! 5' ,. Y 1 Dean of S tudents 9 N John P. Hogan , February 20, 1975 Dear Graduates: The Class of 1975 will soon depart with the first experience of having lived one year in our spanking new campus. I hope your two years were pleasant, meaningful, and fruitful. As the years go by you will constantly refer to the Yearbook seeking the names of classmates. I hope you will keep the book handy and refer to it often. It has been a tremendous privilege for me to share with you in your development and growth at the "NIount." We have only a feeling of pleasure that you accomplished your objective and are now ready to reach for the next level of beckoning privilege. We place great trust in you. We have a deep faith in your future and much pride in your ac- complishments. lVlay the years be good to you and yours, and may you come back often to see us. Sincerely yours, f K ' 'I i N J hn P. Ho Dean of St ts x v .,...-W.-'p' yt, . fi, v ' lW,,-Q -nz-5 f5?eS'W N , -N Dr. John H. Bassett Richard P. Jeffrey Dean of Faculty Dean of Administration 1.1.,yf,- 1 ..:, ii. 1:SQ."C,L""e :'r:"q9 X. i.i,, YQ X -S Afmfnd J- Landry Mason T. Parker Registrar Librarian i to if Sidney Goldfader David W. Halvorsen Director of Admissions Assistant Dean of Students x rv ' ix ! 5 Barbara Oatman Susan F. McNally Counselor-Placem ent Counselor-Transfer fi? '59?"'u 4 -' ' "3"-, j' ,. 3.f4s?'rr.,: ,Jaxx . X 4' ek' ' U f' N' i jf ...N ..,.. x4-J , ' V""- . ... 'C wx. - QP f A X ' W 15,1152 'Q . P -, , K- v 532 7. ,,.,.- 2 vp, ff -9-veg'-'iii '. 5 - . :::'Z:",9-1:- ,M SM ' ,Q 4' 'sw- .5,'rzQg."7fbg:gwg- - -4?'7 fa-s' -'TUE-,U 3'-pf '--' ' :fi : ' iv - 1' 4 .fi L,fii1'-ifli'-'iiklfig 'Sfm t-5,5 52: , .V - iw - -- a . .1 , g3.r5,z: ,ef 1-.Nag-yiwx Q,-.fsnggg . I , -mr,-S -.z 'pr' s 'f' 3:9 'Q w- ' All-Qjjfggg?119'f X551 4 ,Rf Q i , wi X 1 ' , Y ,,Xa,-xv 1,92 Robert H . Gilman Sandra B. Signor Counselor-Project Start Counselor-Health Care ki . .rr 'P ali U 4 6? H - a ' X Thomas Keene Linda C. Oldach Counselor-Rehabilitation Assistant Librarian ml- of in X' 4'-. -' ,X ,., x 3.3 1+ I 1 F. Robert Farrell Thomas E. Milligan Staff Assistant Staff Assistant .FQ ' 1 f "4:9 Frank K. Hirons Staff Assistant W2 W... Stanley T. Moak Staff Assistant abut -f -HTA . 1 4 Phebe Sm ith Staff Assistant Ernest J. Rahaim Superintendent of Buildings 'ie K " f".Tf'?? 'A 14' .hm x M Q H. Britton Stolz Dr. Richard G. Rollins Staff Assistant Director of Athletics Health Care n If Robert L. Banks, Div. Chmn. Paula D'Entremont - 1 I ,551 :,- 3 ff" eee -R5 " 'iehf Lydia Diagnault George Frazer 1 -...,,,.NAN' X, ff' Helen L. Trinque Aili W. Walters Humanities , 'K' ,Z agar if n" v . . 'if ' - , Aspasia K Anastos English ' ii y ,E I g ,.f, Samuel O'Neill, Div. Chmn. i fl'f .2 Edward R. Cronin, English Q ., ' - fjf x im T 5 i E-i, llllll E X l Hull If u 'xx' Q! 'z.e '. A fl, ' ".. rjl Nlarie B. 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'T-fi Q , r r 9 ' : D . p il- Debra LeBlanc 'Q '--E- bfi' ,- , A Gardner, MA A 9 ,- r 4 , I . r V 15 JT' ,fri . ,f Phillip Cormier David Sevigny fi 'A -,jr n.P. B.A. A ,. Q. .N 'A Rx, Q Gardner, IVIA Fitchburg, MA Q . Nr f - I r - -i ., E13 1' ' I: : Tiamarie Suokko Gary Glen,-,y G.S. L.E. Ashby, NIA Fitchburg, MA an 'M' Nlike Kerrlgan Lunnenburg, MA Sharon Schuler , H5 5 I vi fl QQ' Roger Nliknaitas MJ-L Shrewsbury, NIA 1 ILL, Susan Cormier D.P. Gardner, NIA Richard French B.T. Leominster, NIA Jeanette Cormier EWaU9h Rice L.A. B.T. Gardner, IVIA Gardner, NIA IVlary Urquhart Dennis IVliIIs E.S. B. A. Fitchburg, NIA Leominster, NIA Diane Dolron Gardner, NIA Wayne Ronn Lionel Trainque f , 4 or ms-,,, .."f4' . ' ' .f as ,A ZZ.-A 'fflf' VY., 'L L . 191 1 -1 1, egg:- ! 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'ff'-,"'371 F " 1. - - Fitchburg, MA Gardner, MA I 4 ff ' 4 FQ? r -' A 24 Frederick Thrasher B.A. W. Townsend Jane Christopher N.U. Leominster, NIA wx R we ' V" ' K 5 X9'5'151s , Er' Ei 7"' E' ' , -.L ,xr , : V gum-'T . vi X D Rebecca E Pisaruk Westminster IVIA Patti Schneider Debra Bragg NLH- E.s. Fitchburg, NIA Fitchburg, MA Ernest St Armand Alan Gray Fitchburg, MA Hubbardston, NIA Edward Nlorandi, Jr. D.P. Athol, NIA John Shaffer Stephen Leppala P.C. L,A. Littleton, IVIA Fitchburg, IVIA Holly Atchue Sterling, NIA Shirley Wilder lVI.H. Gardner, NIA Janet Hayne E.S. Athol, IVIA Carolyn Peabody Gardner, Nla Debbie Brooks Nabnasset, lVlA Jane Chew E.S. Leominster, Nl A Pauline Davenport L.A. Athol, lVla Jane Casel la James Johnson Lynn Zichelle E.S. E S Amex, MA Fitohburg, MA WJ . '- Ron L' Huillier Barbara Tatro G.S. G.S. Gardner, NIA Gardner, IVIA David Hirshfeld G.S. Orange, IVIA Diane Wasznicky Mohamed Khan G.S. 'Vl-H- Leominster, IVIA Leominster, NIA Paul Gallagher Tom Sheehan B.A. R.T. Lunenburg, NIA Lowell, NIA 1 if Ghirmai Ghebremicael B.A. Fitchburg, NIA Lynn Dora Chris Cookman , ? :1 l--A- E-T- Templeton, IVIA Petersharn, IVIA , -1 "fri J. 53 ' ' iyifii qcsav far", r--rv Mary Lou Crohan Daniel Sullivan N. u. N.u. ,717 Xi Fitchburg, MA Templeton, NIA ,Q QC: I v Mike Levine ?"3a,,, A I' , 4 , G.S. ' : ' Q ,Lf Leominster, MA - Scot Brigham Richard Eastman f ," ig, if, A . D-P- Gs- r 'gf' .Q il Leominster, MA Fitchburg, MA ,.- f , 3 lf 5 -ti 739-L' f "4Fl.:.. -, rn. Judy Lovell Ronald Cormier ..":'Q-Q' Q - R,T, N.U. X, W. Boylston, MA Gardner, 'VIA b Q, A "1 Ng. X . 'iv ,A 'A ' . . if - X .if 1 1 ,'.- 3' l 1 . fi-I - 'fs is A, LuAnne Dondero NJ, - - M7 E.S. t '-nv-,v Leominster, MA A, l L ' :IX ' K , A b , I Chris Finnegan Neil Anderson ' zgfjwf ' L E B T " 'f Lovvell, MA sf Landcanster, MA KX or-.El -L Leslie Butler CaY0'Y"' Peabfldy Leominster, MA Wlf1ChSI1dOrI, MA 41. fagl 35+ ,NQJ 'a!.,,.,'3'x Irene Milbury Townsend, MA Sandra Charpentier Gerald Raymond, Jr. N.U. N.U. f Hubbardston, MA Athol, MA -752'-5 Maureen Corbosiero Pamela Blackburn Winchendon, MA Westminster, MA E'- ,--s,- ,-Q, ,gk Kr. Becky Hildrith Townsend, MA Rebecca Cormier Christine Brewer NU NU "3 'i ' X. Fitchburg, MA South Barre, MA TGYGQYICG FlShel' Claudette Sousa Lowell, NIA Leommster, MA David Colton Chelmsford, MA Carlo Altobelli Leom mster, MA Duck Eastman Fitchburg NIA U figs .ss,.,... ,V ,qiy ii! ll ff! ff' ' 'i 76 'l fl f lille fl l I ll K0 ll fl ll A ll l 3: ' l ' :- i' 'fl fl ll ll if ff fl il ll l' Tony Carreiro M.H. Fitchburg, MA Janet Hayne E.S. Athol, MA Kurt Foresm an B.A. Fitchburg, M A :If ,. I uf ll ,s .l lvei 5. ,- -:N X WN- x . s, li ii? Dennis Harrison Denise Oja hl f d MA Greenville, N,H emsor, r-.Ll 1 . 4' . ,Y X, m. 'ws I ,MW V, f . X I V1 . ,ff- , 'diff af iff :I 8 f - ,f- X , , 1 fl! , H43 '-- - ,.-fm. Z M sb 4 I gi I 2 A Q Fresh men .43 i . Wanted '-rs f x h 'v',,,..:-sf if- 4, 3 I' X l- .fl ff . "M ' y . :fe V- 1 W H e sw e L .. AX I Z, "" L ' W" fs .1 53425 Keith Hood President of F rosh Class lv Tim Frawley Dale Smith B.T. B.T. Leominster, MA Fitchburg, MA 4. Judy Leoni G.S. Clinton, MA John Schertell Leominster, MA i J. Y ,:, V. -V 'C 4532 OI' 4 1 f f .X ,ity 1', f 1 4h 5 BT 1 Wx? I Janet Brehem Cyndi Nyman Fitchburg, MA Leominster, MA Aug Y if j X ' I - 5 ,' V . wg. ff ""5:,- " -.Wg-'l X 'f-N: f A ' 1 A 32. N Paul Trembley J , O o.s. G We ' Gardner, MA ' nl Lift! Q I 1 . Mark Kwipien David Cosgrove - X '-f lvl H B A 9 Q B5ldINinvule,1vlA Gardner, MA i I X' 1 Patricia Kane Paul R. Beauchenian QS 1? Liberal Arts Fitchburg, Nia. Fitchburg, IVla. 1""'h L Rachel J. Mathieu Liberal Arts Fitchburg, Nia. Mark Nlazzarella Cynthia Losaw General Studies General Studies Leominster, Nia. Fitchburg, Nla. 'ibm ,.-qua .om Chris Scerra Bob Iverson General Studies Hardwick, Nia. Gardner, Nia. .X Perry Schwarzer General Studies Gardner, Ma. Lynne Deede Bob Christian W. Townsend Winchendon, Ma. 7 1 - , CVIYIS lVl0l'9al'l Malcolm Farwell Gafdneff MA Fitchburg, NIA Ewa 'ZZ7' Anne Thurman U.C. Shirley, MA Amy Om Choi Jody Boudreau G.S. G.S. Gardner, MA Athol, NIA It Xff Af- A it Paul Beauvais Timothy Miller P.C. G.S. Fitchburg, M A Fitchburg, M A Nl arsha M orse Petersham, M A Mark Rouullard Dave Randall Littleton, MA S. Lancaster, MA fy- Abs, ..-Y , -2 , 1 .. , 'X x 19 ...f is w , 1.11 8 X -1-.Q-.e........... rz.-E, ,gi Ah- ' A--n-:u...1.:, -,-- 1 ',.,:,,f-,-.:1....,. 37 ,311 5 4-Y. xl xxx 38 5' wg, Y uh... wr- ' ' X N ' tw-we--vt " 1 R-. 'ELEQ ,Q N ' , -, b e , M sl' f- . 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J I Sophomore Nurses: Front Row lL to Rl Carol Davis, Doro- thy Butts, Sandy Stevens, Brenda Pellett, Maria Smith, Sandy Charpentier, Ruth Dodson. 2nd Row lL to Rl Terri Millbury, Sue Vandesteen, Marie Aho, Marueen Corbosi- ero, Chris Brewer, Rebccca Hildreth. 3rd Row lL to Rl Dan Sullivan, Martin Schneider, Carolyn Peabody, Skip Raymond, Pam Blackburn, Ron Cormier, Cheryl Allain, Rebecca Cormier, Leslie Butler. I gm Nw. Bowling 1 i - f 9' r M if D 'ar 'Y -.W . A Chess ',,,!,f, Riding I 'lisa ii! EEH wa!!! K , V ma , Q. lax i -41 Phi Theta Kappa Paramo un! -.f 4. fa -X, ,' - :wap ffisfzrf' 2' 4. M ,,gfS'fH1f:55w's.i 5T?h?itif'g ,, Q ...., "' 'I-2' F 'L ,.3. A. . .- AYQ..-.+:+-." 1' , '- , Photomo uni Distinguished Visitors Club HW' i . QQ 5' Hi X 0 I I 0 0 n Dzstznguzshed Vzsz tors Presentalzons : ,,, , '1 x 1 l 5 ,, , ,IL -J. .3.W,w V 4 - F o ., I' J 13... 1? i 5 I I, W- 1-, ' . 5:7 .frfrsgifw D . 4a... 'T . -. ' 'Q .pg ' :Av 99'-w-15:15.-9:9-'5,--:-:' . 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E w x, r' .. ., . , " V1 J,- fib-QQ Y -5 52,1 .fuss -'--Zvweih '41-'w ww, ag f.....n,w 75 SATIRE A CHRIST AS STORY OR SCROOGE REVISITED by BRAINY BOOR and MELLY NISLLY WELLY Once upon a time, in a la.nd long ago and far away, there lived a scurri.lous, scroungy skinflint, who managed a com- munity soup kitchen in the small college town of Mt, Yourtown, U,S,A, This miserable miser charged exorbitant prices for his mucky meade and vermin- infested gruel, None ofthe poor, penniless, down - at -the - heel college students could afford to feed their growling stomachs, and his was the only eatery in the town, So, they were for- ced to sustain themselves on such delicacies as bark of trees, discarded refuse, and,of course, roaches, which helped considerably in easing the pain, It was the week before Christ- mas, and all through the town the hungry students were grovelling for scraps, Within the eatery, all was warmth, light and 347,00 a plate turkey, After a fashion, this situation led to much dissatisfaction, bordering finally on revolt, As a means of trying to deal with the unfair business practices of Mr, Ebudizippah Boorish, the commoners formed the Peo- ple's Council, a group whose purpose was to work for the people's rights, starting with the soup kitchen, The two people chosen to represent the kitchenry com- mittee were Headmaster Sen- vorhal, of the college, and a young tinsmith and college stu- dent, known by the people as the flooded Marvel, They de- ciueu tu go U0 mr, nourish, the soup kitchen owner, and talk to him kindly. for it was near- ing Christmas, lt was asnowy, downy night, when lleadmaster Senvorhal and his sidekick, llo- od, tralpsecl through ,the drifts towards the ornate, spacious mansion where Mr, lioorish liv- ed, As they approached the massive oaken door, and reach- ed for the brass knocker, the door swung open, revealing the pale and beautiful face of Lady Helena, the ba.nished Princess, who was forced to work long hours for little pay for Mr, Boorish, V iw I xx ff K X f ff xg' X X Il ll I . 'I Senvorhal 81 Hood Lady Helena led them down a long, cold hall, where Mr, Boorish sat counting his gold, As the two men made their simple request, merely that Ebudizippah lower his soup kit- chen prices, and make sure that the gruel was warm when serv- ed, the mangy moneygrubber rose up tall, crying, '-Bah. llumbug, , , You know not what you say, Pure folly, pure folly, kiddies, , , Bah, hum- bug!" Dejected and rejected, the defeated duo stumbled sadly out into the cold, friendless night, bearing their sad tidings back to the opressed villagers, On the day before Christmas, the cauldrons in the kitchens of Ebudisippah Boorish bubbled all day and far into the evening, The indentured servants in this sour skinflint's employ were not allowed to split to their homes and families to enjoy their meagre Christmas repast, and the glow of the one lump of used coal that served for a fire in their humble abodes, When, finally, the kitchen clos- ed, for lackof business, Boorish reluctantly dismissed the help, with the directive that theymust return at 5 a,m, on the following day, , , Christmas day, and with a '-Bah, llumbug,!" he sent them on their way, On that Christmas eve, when the miserable old man arrived at his mansion, he was tired, Counting money, arguing with radical factions dema.nding fair prices, watering down the cof- fee, hiding the sugar, cutting the loaves so as to get four sa.ndwiches out of two slices of bread was all hard, weary work, As the myopic mis- anthrope stood at his dreary doorway, he was shocked and appalled to see, leering luridly from his dismal doorknocker, the ghostly face of his dead partner, Jacob Jabem, gone these twenty years, Ebudi- zippah rubbed his eyes in dis- belief, and stared again. . . the O 6 I face was gone, "Bah, hum- bug," he Said, a.nd went in the door, Inside, Ebudizippah rubbed two sticks together and threw them into the pile of old in- nertubes and discarded mat- resses in his fireplace, then stood warming his brittle bones by the cheerless blaze. He ate a lonely meal of melba toast and vinegar, and retired early with the latest copy of the Ladies llome Jour- nal, which he read by the light of a jar of imprisoned lighten- ing bugs, When the bugs died, he put the book aside and went to sleep, Ebudizippah was awakened suddenly, As if from a.far, he heard moans, groans, the clank- ing of chains, and then, there, in the middle of the room stood the wraith of his old partner, Jacob Jabem, Jacob's spider- web-bedecked figure was trans- parent in the dimness, Around his neck he wore a wreath, made from old, chewed-upledg- ers, and, as he lifted his arms, a dreadful clanging arcse frc .1 the hundreds of petrified bagels that hung all over him like a chain, "Ebudizippah Boorish" he moaned, "Your bagel chain is miiiles long already, and you will also walk the earth as I do. . .you will learn the folly of your mean, miserly ways, , ," lzlbudizippah cried out in alarm, , , "No, Jacob, it cannot be, I am but a bus- inessman, and taking a loss at that!" The spirit was vanish- ing, and Ebudizippah calledout, "Jacob, help me, what canl do, , , Jacob?" Jacob's voice wafted back, , , '-Three spirits will visit you. . . listen f0F the striking of the clock," As the old common's clock was striking midnight, Boorish was again awakened, this time by a cold touch on his cold shoulder, He sat up startled, to greet none other than the Ghost of Christmas Past, in the persons of the College Bud- get Committee, boys and girls long since dead of starvation.. who had pleaded, implored, and reasoned with the soup kitchen proprietor- some twenty years ago, '-Come, Ebudizippah Bo- orish," they chorused spectral- ly, and the old man rose from his bed with trepidation to fol- low them. They led him through the streets of town to his own establishment, where, through the window they could see a party going on, Ebudizippah recognized his own father in the room, hustl- ing busily among the frolick- some crowd within, . . the amiable host, the soup kitchen owner of 50 years ago, beloved by the college students and townspeople alike and known for his good cheer, his generosity, his largesse in the community, The scene faded, and they were again standing in front of the Boorish mansion, The door creaked open, and inside, a little boy of five was crying, alone, in the huge drafty hall- way, his face not reflecting the glow of the cold, crystal chan- delier, his hands clutching des- perately at a scruffy old teddy bear, A fat, greasy-faced woman blundered into the scene. . . the maid, She snatched the toy from the frightened child and SC0ld9d. . . "You musn't play with that mangy creature any- more, Ebudizippah, you mustbe a man now, Your fatherls fu- neral is over and you're off to boarding school tomorrow," Old Boorish shielded his eyes, there in the street, as he shiv- ered at the loathesome mem- ories, , , "No more!" he plead- ed, but the ghost said there was one more thing to see, and the scene changed again, The boarding school was empty, , , all the little children had gone home for Christmas, But Ebudizippah's mother and her new lover were honeymo- oning in the south of France, a.nd had no time for the little boy, He remained, alone, in that cheerless, drafty, dismal dormitory, where he spent liis Christmas in tears, Suddenly the clock was strik- ing l:l5, and Ebudizippah Bo- orish awoke in his hed, '-Must have been samething I ate, , , or didn't eat," he reasoned, unreasonably, but more was yet to come, As the clock struck l:-15 EST, Ebudizippah was rudelyawak- ened by the sound of sleigh- bells, A fat. jolly old elf stood under Boorish's black- light, dressed in day-glo scar- let, his cheerful. ruddy face sporting a long, fluffy, orange beard, He introduced himself as the Ghost of Christmas Pre- sent, and Ebudizippah was on his way again, , , out into the winter night, , , in only his cotton baby-doll nightdress, fhe pair stopped at the door of the family of Blob and Berry- boo Fitzbaine where aChrist- mas dinner was in progress, The house was sparsely deco- rated, save for one lonely sprig of mistletoe in the doorway, beneath which all of the female populace of the town would pass, like a harem. each in their turn to be favored by the sheik in residence, At present, Blob Can employee of Ebudizippaivsl and his wife, were sitting atthe table. . . red a.nd green thin, square pieces of paper scattered about them, Between them, the master a.nd mistress of the Fitzbaine household rev- erently surveyed a large pile of twigs and aromatic herbal seeds, theirfaces were dreamy, engrossed in each other. and the room was filled with the sweet smoke of holiday cheer, The children were seated rig- idly in their chairs, , , their tiny hands blue with the told, which their parents were be- yond feelingg their 1-niaciated faces looking long..-:ggly 12 tm roast stuffed pigeon :hai sar forgotten, at a comer of the table, One of thi- 1-hildren, Tiny Twaity, stood at the end of the room a pathetic figure on his hand-hewn crutches, , , his spindly legs wobbling be- neath his small frame, '-lle will die!" propht sit-c' the spirit. and even the hard heart of Elgud- 1 lil-iidlzippali -- the cl izippah Boorish was touched, "Can we not do anything to help him'."' he asked. but the spirit only mumbled something about cheap soup, and l-Lbitdizippah once more found himself in his own bed, awaiting the third and final xisitor. W hen lihudizippah awoke. the clock vias bonging crayily, 13, , . and the old man figured his numwr was up, But it was only the hearld ofthctjhost of Christmas future. A tall hooded figure stood mute, in tht- center of the room, It refused to spcah. tho iibtid- izippah implored ll to do so. but ratsefl an nrnz and beckoned the old man to arisc and follow, lhey flow thru the air, with the LFCIIICSI of case.. . somc- llon, and cnded with a smooth landing in a deserted desert, surrotutdecl bg craggy cliffs on all sides. libiidizippah looked t-ltcrc the Spirit pointed and dinilgt, in thc mist, could make out a wierd-shaped tombstone, Un closer inspection, the stone Zlppf,-:lit-cl to bc shaped like a ram-fl. and thc cpitaph read, , , llcrc lies 'l ing 'lwziitpg hc died lrfff 'U4iI':,t , iiilt l'i11KEJllIlL'l,l xsilii l'::l :.i f .li grit- A " 'lliiiilr' . .il the Scrooge niawnl i'rL5ai1i'Liii'y'tux-lied to the spirit for comfort, but the wraith turned away, and ges- tured again. This time. a huge monument loomed in the distance, As it nizigicallycanie closer, Ebudizippah peered at the words on the stone, lierie organ music echoed the dreary strains of '-The llilliam 'lell U'v'9.l'tlll'C?' in lf Minor, lilbudi- zippah read the words with horror, , . '-llerc lies iibudi- zippah Boorish, he lived as he died, ,V , alone and alienated in a world of haieful booliliecpers. scavenger students and styro- foam strawberry shortcahe, llis cold gold was pilfered and plun- dered, his empty mansion stands as distant and frigid as when he lived there. . . and his soup kitchennowechocs with thc- ghostly, discordant and moans of the wronged," libudizippah sobbed discon- snlately, dcsolatclg, but thc spirit would allow hini no rest . . . there was more to ace, lla-xg turned. and tht- mist rose lilfc a veil, , , In tht- distance, l-.hndizippah couldhear the nicl- aiiclioly booming of a bass clrtini, "A Wilt" lfll'llF,fll,'Ll, lf:-"13j'i531Q-ff ma uuuy nanua vnu: gmc, , , n parade, a parade," he bubbled thru toothless gums, And, in- deed, a little drummer boy could be seen marching merrily down the yellow brick road, , , As the procession approached, Ebudizippah recognized the fresh, angelic face of his nep- hew, Dean Spratt, carrying fl backpack with aliobbllaul bum- per sticlier on it. Behind him. playing the slide trombone mar- ched the leader of the Peoples Council back in Mt, Yourtoi-in, Pall Galaxie, his pink cheeks contrasting his harris :weed suitcoat and rnatching brown flares, and superfpalazzo plain form heels, The next in line were a pair of harbingerfi, shredding old underground newspapers like confetti in thi'- path ni the parade, A maioi-Q etie with long brown hair boun- ced bonnili behind these ti-io, She carried a baton, on which was mounted a placard Waring the words, Vote Bernadette Devlin for DAR Representa- tite, A colorfiil band goose-- swpped behind the girl. and in the sea of faces, l-Ibndizippali recognized more of his aiitaiy- onists, , , The drum rnahn' was the Halter. Don Neitrnan, wearing ti blzicli bakerts hat made ol' old clerical collars. djcd, and a uniform with a hole in the elbow. . . asilxer lame jumpsuit, trimmed with chatreaiise ostrich plumes. Se- iena Genus and Junie Luny, the Bobsg twins played clari- nets, li, Dicliman and his son, lirondicarron. walked hand in hand carrying the parade ban- ner, The tuba player. linown as S, Dan, the man, vioeiiillg. tried to play his instrument. but it was stuffed with clozcns rejected financial aid applica- tions bitt. finally he niustereci up a noise, ,J-lleogi' trumpet- ed the tuba, A darl-.-haired mustachiocd gentleniari in an army jacket lnrandishcd his pit'- colo at anybody and cwr'g'lf'1.lg in his path, As the paradc drcii to siiitmi. 3 rot,niifl. lialijlinp sncc-pci til: Plri alll-,li . lthit'-v f,ii':il:lIl"- CB fivlllll Cl X130-ll' LIUIM 031' on-ey. u,, plowed purpose- lessly behind his Lady Eureka vacuum cleaner, Them-e's af demonstrator in every crowd, Ebudizippah recognized M s, Wally Melsh, world famouspro- pment of Wenches' Wrights, matched along side the pro- cession, carrying a flaming pair d' t pink 1 polka dotted unde rshorts 'the monogram A EN open in dis- Ebudizippah turned to his companion and cried in frenzy Le . . "Tell me this is not what is to be, . . It can be prevent- edg . . speak,Spii-it, speak no me," But the ghost was silent, As if in answer the spirit pro- duced a card from his long flowing robes, The card read, 'fiieaf mute" and showed pic- tures. of a bunch- of hands in various postures signifying me manual alphabet "But where's the pen?" Ebudizippah cried in terror, The next gesture the spirit made cannot be printed here. Head whirling, eyes biearing. stomach spinning, Ebudizippah Best consciousness, and, when he woke he found his lovely babydoii pajamas soaked. . . and not with sweat, He rose from his wet bed in disgust and ran to the open window. Daylight was streaming th1'oog3'z the bars, , , it was fjhristmas day. The oid nian reaE.i21eci-that he was awake. . . he pinched himsseif to prove it, As though possessed by a force stivzmger than himself, , , or an5'bod3:, Ebudizippah was drawn from his mansion, out into the busy street beiow, Dressed new in a multicolored floral caiiari, at smile cracked the face that launched a thousand wiiied gre- en saiads, as he ran tm-otzgie the streets, throwing kisses. tigiqiosgsroi Agapayajuice, ses- , ,:.-PM - . W nf' ,,,,, ,, , V ti r e continued from page 2 T31 E1 F-ra fat! , ami? Squares and small jefiflfft, to the astonished buf, LEQEQQ2-,: Crowd, He bounded into of kitchen where the slaves working busiiy away, home, friends, you are free, , and a Merry Christmas zo yt RHF The employees liter-ai fel! down in their amazeme HIGH get up and jogfeiisijv ftfimti, catching Zi gfiinfapsfg f their employer cizmiring whirling, feioriui demeisfz E,1f1:sa,r'ae with raeswimxsid 57w.zz'i'yffe and if?e1iisima.s C?er:3ax'ai1St3i: Qixsaefi Et XQLSEE Ezagairiy-0 im? ,Rig 1- pm ti iioaisyi 53:'i::e's1. not of E.--ff gyaogizitgl 'Y me among wfticii 1 pet to me Z , . , titaere to me f for iite of iizear t Tiny Twaity feasts:-cj Q U16 !"iC5?s?S'i fimgig, X Stamiy mired of his z waiketi on TTZUiSfIx!i2iZW I thai fog-wma? 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