Monday, November 24, 1975
The G>stume Shop
Susan brought a friend
George IVfitchell and George IVDtchell?
“Shoilee” showed up with enough charm to spell bound an elf.
I She won first prize! TTie bottle of champagne she holds here, i
t? ' Is it a tree? Well, sort of
By KEVIN ATKINSON
Essay Staff Reporter
Homecoming weekend proved to be a letdown as far as all-out
gayla festivities go, but there was still fun to be found if you
knew where to find it. . , * j-
Homecoming made a noble attempt, puttenng about for a
couple of days but, truth be told, most people were too caught up
in production for “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” to devote a
great deal of time to making '(organized) whoopie.
There were, of course, our beloved Pickles, a rigorously
trained fighting squad of (touch) footballers, pirouetting their
hearts out on the grid iron. We managed a decisive - if somewhat
shadey - victory over the Wake-Forest Warts in a tension ridden
game that Saturday afternoon.
And we can’t forget those long legged lovelies of the fans- our
NCSA Cheerleaders, and their inspiring rendition of “I’m So
Glad I Go To The School Of The Arts” as well as a whole
repetory of rousing anthems which they so deftly used to spur
our Pickles to victory.
Fraternities and sororities were generally nonexistant with
the exception of the Third Floor Whore Corps, who made a nice
showing in full evening attire at pep rallies, half time, and
behind various bushes around campus.
The weekend started out with a pep rally held Friday at
dinner. Our Cheerleaders leapt through the aisles, shaking and
shouting, and our blushing Pickles were introduced to the
The Third Floor Whore Corps made a grand entrance, and
bounced up to the bulliten boards where they pinned several of
their most treasured mementos up for public viewing.
The rally ended with the election of Homecoming Queen.
There was such overwhelming response that two queens were
chosen in a tie decision - the two iucky winners were Benjie
Iremier and Freddy Matthews.
The next day brought the big game and half-time jollies. The
two queens looked stunning as the received their exquisite
crowns and Ear'ine deii'^ered a heart rending farwell speech as
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