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FEBRUARY THE PILOT PAGE SEVEN
Poll of Opinion Motions In The Wind The Dust Pan
By SCOOP BUMGARNER By PEEPER (beep-beep) PETE Cramberry Cafeteria Bog — His livT^ome
What do you thing about Gard- We all know, by this time, that our Excellency — John Sanka Tea (The , like’G W r to ratrh i]n on
ner-»veob Week-enas/ Student Government has at last Great Drip. . .grind): A, a, a, a, a, fatestdust "Don’t vou^^^^
±5.11 Batts - Pine time for study- made changes to that “Paper Bound methinks, no comment. What's this coming acrLs 'the
ing. iiiey’re quiet enough! Patriarch,” The Porthole. (Bravo! (Reporter’s Note; Thank you for campus CouJd it be Yes its
.eaii ivicRae - They stink! No! I Ana all sorts of excitement.) But, a mcst delightful enlightenment.) Sot tontt and Bunnv Price
like cm. (I Just love this word, but, because Brother Charles Poor: (Sergeant joy"e and Dot hX df y^ like
Bill FitzpatrickStrictly dull all it is so democratic) but but but York): I think that I am at my these cool evening strolls with those
ihe way. (Go ahead and say it, it s a hap- romantic richnep in the wee xhomasville boys?
Jean Dawn — Too quiet! How do py-slayer) well, to continue, it seems hours; also, I believe that it is a
the ones who don’t date live through that some, the extreme left-winger’s sin that the girls are not allowed to . Darrell and
it9 in the “Little White Monastery,” share this blessing with me. “Ah, g “ Darren ana
Kenry Smith - O. K. When I’m (Oh, Peep-Hole, what a lout you that’s the rub: Romantic “Rich- Among the steadies on the campus
not here, ° substantiat- ness. notice: Valeria and Allen,
Gay Waters—I guess I’ve seen mg the nours Detween 4:j(j a.m. to (Reporter’s Quote: “Something “Tmmp” and Billie, Harvey and Mer-
wolse but I can t remember when. 6:00 a.m. ?^s (toot-toot) aatmg per- smells in Denmark.”) ry^ Gwen and Bob, Gene and Peg-
'ihey just don’t compare with those missible.” Brother California George ’rogue- gy’ and last but not least, Norma
at Jiiilenboro. Not knowmg the exact nature or an (Jersey): Brother, there’s just jean and Kelion.
Ken Braay — No opinion. possibilities of this new request, I two things worth while in this world say Roy, what’s this new interest
Betty Gray Linasay — They’re o.k. !»uced (past-tense of “seek”) dis- and they are New Jersey and wo- from Ft. Lauderdale?
when It doesn’t rain. and e^ered the “Monastery ’ men. I have both so now I want Looks as if Gothard’s finally given
Doug Fitzpatrick — I like ’em so and atked. Hey fellars. How come something not worth while and dat- the girls a break, eh Mot?
well 1 go home every week-end. ’use guys are wantin wee mornin ing in the morning sounds bad to- Also, some new romances have
Ann Scott — They’re all right lovm time? r , ..at- me — so I’m all for it. been noticed blossoming: Latita and
■ when I go home I guess! triar Wayne Joyim (tne btick ) (Reporter’s Note: Don’t bother Ken, Pat S. and Ray B., Tom and
Don Bynum — Dead unless you Because Mothei Joe Jackson will pitting a straight Jacket on him. Shirley, David and Carol,
have someone to entertain you. iiot let me out after dark, bhe, I chews them off as What’s wrong with Boling, Pi-itz,
Pat Godfrey — I guess they’re all mean he is so mean. But someday, ^ Moore? Aren’t the G. W. girls
right. Jack °oTS Mve?^e*t mr'm Mother Joe Jimister (Lover). To good enough for you?
Don Sturkey — Get away from Jackson will never get me. Ha, Ha, morning dew, to We notice still cruising along with
’em and leave ’em far b^ind, - (Rpnirrtpr’s note- He i: sroins «tir fondle the tender pedals of a bios- the greatest of ease; George and
Lvaleen Wiggins — They could (Reporuer s noie. ±ie is going stir- go^ied rose, to inhale the fragrance Fioy, Rachel and Don, Joan and
be better but they couldn't be any crazy.) „ „ ^ of a new dav to ereet the son to Bill, Bill and Betty, Bill and Juanell,
. . H wTl ?on" h "ve m? no So i hear thi whispered warble T’the Wayne and Margaret.
Joe Long - I never stay to find Well I don t h^ve me m gai^ So I jean and Steve still have their ups
out. ngure the goils, in the mornm will morning and downs, but it just goes to show
Rachel Scroggs — Personally I’d be so tired that I could probably r’rpot ipmnn« o-iric d ''hat true love never runs smooth,
like to see them roll around more pass for Miss Morgan and then when (Ed. Note: Great lemons, girls dr. - .
often the sleepy-prettys say, “Good Morn- something, this kid is hurtin.)
Tommy Hill - I don’t know. I’ve m Miss Morgan,” I could steal a ^ Mi^ J_ Y Shamrick (H^ mo^
never been here. kiss. , , , ^ 1 f ^ j- ^ Second floor girls’ theme song:
Gail Baucom — If there were a N°te: There may be a re- you will have to first get permis- ..jjo^’t Let The Stars Get In Yom-
few white rocks around. I’d think it . , t hv,- v, f hn, Robert (the ^ ,, heard?
was a graveyard. His Archbishop - Lordhigh of bounder) Foster. p _
Harold Pearson — They stink! Wingate cheerleaders are cute?
Nada Hester — No Comment. you’d thing that all of the boys on have more recreation such as danc- Henry seems kinda interested in
Scott Hamrick — It all depends. the campus were in the Army sta- ing. the student government, eh Cathy?
Shirley Bell — It’s according to tioned in Korea. Margaret Cleary -- They’re O.K. The snow is falling — right, Mark
who you’re with and how you spend gji Reynolds I go home every hut not long enough. and Joyce?
it. week-end ^i^i Scott ^ Don’t let the week- Just be patient Keith and Paul,
Miller Branton — Due that I’m t„„„ pThpv’rp nrpttv srnod end studies interfere with the social the six weeks will soon be over,
going to be here next year and try ^i^vouVe s7t sor^ethLr to e^^^^ especially Saturday night. (Ed.-. Say, how about these special din-
to graduate. I’d better not say! Ty!t^lose weiS^t) “a - Ha) ners that are being served at the
Norma Jean Jones — I won’t say. ^ _ Somp pxritement Carpenter — They’re fine i Bush’s home these days?
Kelion Hinshaw - They’re all and dancing and not s“ much study- something planned. If not. Florida is still the flying state in
right if you aren’t here. I know dancing and not so much study
plenty of places that are better. , Fannie Fruitbasket — I love those Seems they can’t decide on the
Daphne Randolph — Well, at least Sally Thompson — They re all quiet hours on Sunday. If they only color of hair — silver, green, or
there’s no classes on Sunday. (I like right if you have someone to help ^new — Oh! Mother! gold?
to look at the brighter side!) you spend it. (I ain’t!) (Ed. Let me Bally Whoberry — If we can’t In closing let us say — Some
Ernie Beheler — Censored! at that ’phone!) have square dances, we should at things are better left unsaid. Don’t
Nancy Boger — On week-ends Gothard Overcash — We should least be able to dance around. you agree?
KEEPING- UP WITH OUR G.W. FACULTY-