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As Darlene Carrigan completes almost 20 years of service to Saga, she heads for a new career in the fall at Arizona State U. The ice cream freezers in the cafeterias are never empty, and many, like Barb Milliron, enjoy this dessert any time of year. A special escape is here at President Carlson ' s house for the senior Who ' s Who. Cindy Wilt and Hal Hartley even have candlelight and flowers. and 8) those meals that had to be either microwaved or killed before they could be eaten. And it was a fact that all the restauranteurs uptown and in New Castle were singing your praise. Why, Saga, you kept them in business. Prima ' s and Hoagie Hut would have been in financial ruin if it had not been for your gastronomical catastrophes. For those chosen who had transportation. Big Mac attacks were easily satisfied. If one of your delightfully undefinable meals was sufficiently insipid, a Coney Run was easily arranged. All in all, Saga, you did wonders to bring the student body together. If there was one thing our student bodies would rally for, it was a decent meal. (§) 9
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Sporting a Theta Chi shirt, Eiiie Guido lunches with friends in Russell during Greek Week. Jeff Williams and Don Greathouse chew their way through another Saga lunch at a table where the trays have yet to be cleaned. The Hoagie Hut changed ownership, but it still remains an escape from the cafeteria for Jimmy Brown and Ginny Henderson. Plop-Plop, Fizz-Fizz: The After- Dinner Drink - By Amy Burd Photos By Jim Miller h, Saga, there was so much to thank you for, it was hard to figure out where to begin. I started with heartfelt thanks for helping those of us not on diets to lose weight by the following methods: 1) serving meat a buzzard would shy away from; 2) that delicious cold chop suey; 3) the obscure shades of ice cream; 4) closing me out of breakfast during registration because I did not have to get up an hour earlier; 5) those nourishing cereals at breakfast, like Frosted Flakes and Fruit Loops; 6) having lines so long that by the time I was served, there was not anything left to eat; 7) making desserts resistable;
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(Editor ' s Note: With " Mork and Mindy " emerging as one of the top shows of the year, we thought it would be interesting to see what Mork would report to his comman- der, Orson, after a visit to the col- lege.) M ork calling Orson, come in Orson ... I visited the zoo to- day. It is the second floor of what humans call a library. What do humans do in a library? Humans go there to check-out and pick-up. What do they pick-up? Animals. Usually foxes and chicks Strange species they have on eart The foxes mate with turkeys. While I was there, my friend Wal do Westminster intrc HnccH mr to space cadet. From what planet does she come? She call herself a townie. Do yoi know where that is, oh Wise One? No. It must be in the middle of n where. What else did you learn thii week? What is this place you a visiting, Mork? It ' s a college, sir. An institutio: of higher learning. And what are they learning? They are learning that they are losing everything. I visited three dif- ferent classes the other day — hii tory, language, and sociology — am they each lost something. What had they lost, Mork? Atlantis, Latin, and M( rnlitv Tell me about classes. Well, your eminence, I had trou ' fmding them because nobody ever goes. When they do, the professor comes and starts talking. Then every body falls asleep — argh, argh, argh! What else can you tell me? What is test? Some classes are like cake because you can cut them and others are like hot potatoes because you can drop them. On tests, the profs ask you how much you know. They measure how well you study and how well you cheat. Then you get a grade. gm What is a grade? jH Alpha-beta-hook-dog-flag. They are like secret passwords. If you get the right one you can join the country club. Let ' s see, alpha means you ' re really cookin ' mama. Beta means you were really sneaky and stayed awake during the lectures. Hook means you fell asleep before you finished the last chapter. A dog means " Hey, Jack, how ' d you like to be driving a truck for the rest of your life? " Then there is the flag. They invite you to spend your money somewhere else What are grades for? Alpha studeiit.s become scientists Hook students become college profes sors. Where do )ou eat, Mork? Perhaps you can tell me about human food. It ' s a sad situation, Orson. These humans are fed by a tyrant called Saga Mike. He requires them to stand in line three times a day for what hu- mans call mystery meat. Mystery meat? A hamburger that had a fight with dishwater and lost. Argh, argh, argh! Orson, I also went to a fraternity party.
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