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Jountoni5 - The Gamecock
Announced
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(Editor's note: We hope the fol
lowing simulated "Black List" wil
offend no one. It is merely a taki
off
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the
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Know
(Lifted from Esquire the follow- ji ist because you knew them be:ng story or helpful hints are f, >re, or because they live near you.
vhat they advocated for the "The IC on't cozy up to campus leaders
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formally by certain girls' schoolsthough there they give no reasone
No one person is responsible fo r
the compilation of names beloN
they just happened to fall inti
11he hands of the complier who ha
requested to remain anonymous.)
Do You
College Ti Ps
For ] Freshmen
Black List
"Or How to y et or you may get in the wrong
Student Prince"
Seize Power Through an Under- g roup. Make friends with upperC lassmen who try to make friends
graduate.")
"The first 100 days are the most v ith you. There's bound to be
crucial period of your college a
wrong with them.
:'areer." For the new arrivals
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Never mind the spectacular enLIFE
ACADEMIC
Rule III:
trance. You don't know enough
like
is
money
happy
professor
yet and you're bound to screw up. i the bank.
Keep mysterious.
Go to all your classes and do all
1. Get long-distance phone calls
our
assignments (for now). But
from Vassar. No one will red
on't
be too smart right away. It
member your sister goes there.
make
rill
your professor happy to
2.
Mail
yourself letters return- eel they have
For lounging around the house
helped you.
addressed
J.
to
D.
or
the
or
for
comSalinger
during
holidays,
fort while studying, this toreador Pamela Turnure.
set has the casual lines that will
3. Rent a
good painting
Choosing Your Role
t make any hour a comfortable one. for your room.very
When you have to
The pullovers have a new look! send it
say the artist was
Link stitching creates a narrow having aback,
On most American campuses,
show.
horizontal r i b throughout the
P ower lies with: 1) The news4.
Get
a
a
(from
junkyard)
sweater body. On the V neck
Ferrari grille and have it en- P aper-literary magazine complex.
plaquet in front, and repeated on graved
"October 16, 1960, Bar- 2 ) The student politics group. 3)
trim
the bottom and cuffs, is a
bata."
Put
it some place everyone 'he charismatic, party-giving noncomposed of alternate hands of will
The intellectual nonlink stitching and flat shaker
look, like in your closet.
j. )iners. 4)5) The
artsy-craftsy and
The
ankle-length
tapered
stitching.
groups. 6) Crackpots.
slacks are a woven checkerboard
Student
Prince Rule II: Don't li ttle-theatre
Author's note
Fraternities
pattern of worsted wool. (Courtesy go out JUST to go out.
of Penney's.)
With girls: Go out with older nd athletes are no longer power
)urces by themselves, but are still
women (sophomores). At freshseful when combined with
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BLACK LIST
For all girls whom it may con
cern
that includes every femal
of the species who is anywher
near normal. The following youn
men are to be avoided at all cost
'unless you want to take the risl
and tha
nto your own arms
night not be such a bad idea).
lack KirkpatrickNever mind the reason.
By the Congaree
Hut.. the is
were the
Pi Kappa Phi's
really
Cebra Riley and John Bradley, Jane Rentz
kicking it out
and Raymond McKay, Bobbi Christmas and Buck Cutts.
Elaine Wangel and David Taylor, Nell Brasington and Bob
Baucom, Jamie Howard and Teddy Kiene, Linda Taree and
Dickie Terry, Beezie Blakely and Billy Jarrett, Jeanette
Moore and Jim Curran, Marie Taylor and Chance Lavender.
Nida McGehee and Jarryl Stokes, Linda Maxcy and Sydney
Ackerman, Mary McClore and Brooks Curran, Sandra Fel- 'Cent Andersonlers and Bill Reid, Mary Crenshaw and Billy East, Sarah You know those Law Schoo
Albea and Sonny Evans, Kay Carter and Jim Dunn, Kay students.
Elling and Bob Gaskins.
krnie WebbFlowing Formals
Dern't.
And boys in tuxs
at the Columbia Hotel
Last He got pinned
'Cen
FranoThe
Delta
Pi
formal
Jean
and
Willis
Saturday
Alpha
Bartow Culp, Gerda Moore and John Williams, Elke Maror Likes to play Indian
"paw.
and Carl McClendon, Belle Howe and Bob St. John, Betty nee" type.
Wyman and Emmet Clair, Judy Fitzgerald and Eddie Walker, 3illy GambrellClare Foster and Bill Wood, Pat Lynn and Charles Mc- Can't get football off his minc
Alister, Mary Ann Sadler and Hack Kirkpatrick, Innes and tries to throw some passes.
Anderson and Loy Doggett, Susan Anderson and Jack Helms, 23an ReevesLynn Bellamy and Don Ferns, Hibby Calloway and Wyatt Runs tooooo fast hard t<
Theus, Patti Clark and Erick Wowra, Margaret Clarkson and catch.
Charles Davis, Lin Correll and Gean Capper, Anne Digby Laney Ruffand Carl Hendricks, Mary Dixon and Woody Woodward, Di- If I can't have him, no on(
ane Dowell and Allen Gregory, Cookie Epps and Shep Jordan,
can!!!!!
Duchess Fitch and John Aikens, Macine Folger and Doug Dee WestNash, Cloudy Hardy and John DaLisa, Mikel Hazelhurst and
Carroll Pitts, Liz Humphery and Fill Faircloth, Salley Keyes Because!!!
Sullivanand Likey Biles, Emilie Lengnick and Jim Harbor, Mary 'xeorge
Calls
Lynn and Nick Papadea, Eloise McMillan and Terry Lucan- 'ohn too late at night.
sky, Zann McMillan and Bob Frank, Monnie Meeks and Jack TooGorsageWilliams, Mary Louise Mickle and Don Blair, Rosemary giantess.short for the average
Moody and Carl Warren, Christy Newman and Jack Gregory,
Leigh Powell and Dee West, Susan Reed and Ed Hutchinson, D3avid KellerPatty Richardson and John Seastrunk, Mary Roberts and There's that Law School again.
Jim Taylor, Libby Rogers and Ed Duffy, Mary Louise C. 0. WarrenSaverborn and Pete McKenna, Terry Seay and Jerry Graves, If you don't know, I ain't 'a
Antoinette Siddall and Pettigrew Hamilton, Deidre Spencer gonna tell ya.
and Rusty McCredy, Laurie Trotti and Bill Brady, Josanne
BEAT CLEMSON!
Verdery and Jimmy White, Connie Wall and Kemper Powell,
Robin Warwick and Jim Fitzpatrick, Rita West and Jimmy
Barnette, Susan Youmans and Benny Seigle, Ann Young and All news for the society pages
Byron Rast.
must be in the "Gamecock" ofBREAKING THE UNWRITTEN CODE
fice by 2:00 on Monday afterAnd getting pinned
are
Kae Harper to Don Childs
if it is to appear in the
(Phi Delta Beta), Linda Lowe and Johnny Troutman (Phi noon
paper the following Friday.
Delta Beta). Leave it to William (McPherson, KA)-cause Any news turned in after that
BLOSSOM
and now he's getting henpecked by Beth ATtime
he did it too
will not he used!
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Hardy (Converse).
w Men's Doriiories
From Clemson
Phi Kap
Dear Maw,
Well, here I am at Clemson. It's
just like bein' at home on the
farm. Let me tell you what it's
like.
The rooster got us up this
morning. It kinda made the boyst
mad when he was ten minutes late,
Pledge
so good. The
floors are made of dirt and they're
pretty cold. We have a long walk
following our gettin' up as there
Y
is no plumbing. The slogan is get
ahead.
'On our way to the outhouse, we
get exercise. There are a few bulls
out and some upperclassmen said
Neecten iswtrss
wve should wear red and black
cendwo
bathrobes. They don't like red tehn
and black bathrobes. Funniestwhc,baseoaspil(l,
thing. The boy left. Said he wascnno bewuhdrclae
heading south. Have you ever wtotfdn.Tecasccri
gaistydinapslyrn.Th
heard of a city called C'lumbia?
olfanlsiti
Well, after we get dressed we dr rw
n ie.(oreyo
went to eat. They used to call the srih
building the Mess Hall and it's still Pauc'.
a mess. The dish we eat mosti
often is pretty good. I think they
call it "slop."
After breakfast, we went to our
first class. It was called "Feed-i HL;
ing Chickens." One boy set the
record. He only got pecked at 15
times. Another boy was almost
kicked out of the class. He thought
the corn was for him.
Biology. The first
corei
eonzNext wasHwt
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Delta Sigma Pi
Tells Pledges
misers, palm yourself off as:
a) a veteran, b) a transfer student. If your date is very goodlooking, exploit it. Meet her at
Beta Gamma chapter of Delta your dorm and take her to college
Sigma Pi, professional business places. If your date is not very
fraternity, has pledged 11 students good-looking, tell your friends you
are having an affair with a mar.or the Fall semester.
ried woman, and take her to the
are
class
of
The pledges
Epsilon
movies. Make sure
getting
.Tohnny M. Coleman, Robert W. Dif- letters from a girl atyou're
home in case
fle, Clyde C. Tice, and Charles none of this works.
H. Mathis, all of Columbia. Emil
With men: Don't make buddies
P. Baur of Wallington, N. J.;
George W. Fisher of Norfolk, Va.;
William G. Holt of Conway;
Charles N. Reach of Mt. Pleasant;
David R. Smith of Lake City;
Tobe H. Todd of Simpsonville; and
Donald H. Wickwire of Richmond,
Va.
Membership in Delta Sigma Pi
is based on scholarship, leadership,
and character. Only students in
the field of business and commerce
may seek admission to the fra-
ternity.
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BEAT CLEMSON!
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If anyone finds a Phi Delta
Beta Fraternity pin, please contact Kae Harper, Box 1811
U.S.C. The pin was recently
gained and lost, and it is important that it be found.
Other members of the Phi
n
BEAT
HELL
OUT
avers...pick the <
OF
CLEMSON
iagazine editor to be football
aptain but not for the charisiatic party giver to be a fra-
!rnity
man.
Continued next week.
BEAT CLEMSON!
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bly upset emotionally.
That wiring rooms is the latest
ad?That the Chinese writing which
v ,e read last week said: University
o f South Carolina, and had the
d ate Nov. 16th on it.
That we saw a Hobo hat on
c ampus the other day?
That one individual remembers
w hen students used to laugh at
eejuns because they were "funny-
I ioking."
That we
are going to BEAT
I [ELL OUT OF CLEMSON! !I
Old dorn rooms can bring back
t !arful memories.
That we hope everyone has a
]H [APPY THANKSGIVING! !!
Law school gave out
[ickey Mouse ears at one of their
r ,cent parties?
That people bringing news
u p here are getting slack again?
That we can start studying
f finals now that mid term is
0 ver?
Eighteen m on th s ago a
s taff writer predicted that Khrushc hev wouldn't fight over Cuba?
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Enjoy a ( 0onplete
Thanksgiving Dinner
ROAST I rURKEY
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With All the Trimmings
$2.5 0
CHILDREN'S PORTION
$1.
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"eadmrI for Hn.ry Amrkend
Jountoni5
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Cornwr of Stat, and Blossom Sts.
CAYCE, S. C.
bigetprblm
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Kai
and Mike Walters.
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electric sh
teSu Shine on the
Ga eocsa Death Valley!
Ma SusieB of Service to You?
~k makes two difi ~erent
mne to
match you r face!
rmieN
Bloth new Super Speeti shavers have
Schick's exclusive washa ble head, made
of surgical stainless sta 'el. Snap it off
and wash away dirt, stul ~ble, and germs.
L
)ntradictory accomplishments; i.e,
.'s all right for the literary
r
pledge class are Tim Bassett, Bil
Briggs, Ron Brown, Jimmy Car
roll, Lee Cherry, Steve Counts, Bo
Eldridge, Charles Hedgepath, Joh:
Heurer, David Jordan, Mac Ma(
Knight, Bryant Owens, Billy Rick4
born, Nowell Ridgell, Charle
Salters, Joe Tillotson, Bill Vanc<
Woman." That's a pretty exciting
course. I've heard that some boys
flunk on purpose so they can keep
Newmexcitement_in_sweaters_i
taking the course.
The other courses are "Climbing Hills or PT 1," "Milking
You asked me about whether
they's integration issue here. Well,
from what I could find, the
integration is having the pigs,
cows, and chickens in the dorms.
There was a fight about it last
year and the people who were for
it won. It's pretty crowded but
it's worth it. Every once in a
while someone gets up nerve
enough to kill a pig and we haveONMI
Ars
other,
man
Pledge officers of Alpha Et:
chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma ar<
Mike Patrick of Clayton, Ga.
President; Curt Howard of Arling
ton, Mass., Vice-President; Jin
Bell of Hlarleyville, Secretary
treasurer, and Jeff Stafford o
Norfolk, Va., Athletic Chairman.
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extra food.
For recreation; well, there really
isn't much to do. Most of the time
theyre's square dancing. A n d
theyre's the hard cider. But most
of the time we spend running from
the bulls.
Yore loving son,
>iners.
Officers
though.
Getting up is not
onlyMa
V
Do you know that we are now
. etting letters to the "Do You
E :now Columnist" with interesting
t d bits on them?
That there is now a "V" in the
idewalk where the "Y" used to be.
That just because some people
d on't smile all the time people
ti xink they are deathly ill or ter-
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