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But what an unlikely theme for a nice evening of "en- tertainment" in a college community of young people! 10 g V&lb Cheeseburger Onion Rings and Shake

But what an unlikely theme for a nice evening of "en- tertainment" in a college community of young people! 10 g V&lb Cheeseburger Onion Rings and Shake $1.60 $ Anytime With This Coupon J February 3, 1977 snake venom : The LYNDON CRITIC a high wonder bread & wood Classified ads run free in the Critic for all stu- dents who pay an Activities Fee. In essence, ITT has cre- ated a bread made of refin- ed white flour, from which most of the natural wheat flour has been removed through processing.In my day we used to think we'd live forever and old people seemed vaguely re- pellent and less than human. The cost for all others is 25c per tin; $1 minimum. Contact: Fer- guson Mc Kay, Ex 262, English Department, T. The fiber is then added back into the bread through the purified wood pulp. U, 1976 by Dave Sheridan The LYNDON CRITIC February 3, 1977 Seven Lyndon State Col- lege photographers will have their works displayed in a state -wide traveling exhibition. " Following Kurt Singer's suggestion to hold the day on Saturday and Kelly's , "hear ye, " Ferguson Mc Kay moved to amend the motion to read, "Spring Day is to be conducted as a spontane- ous event to be held on the first Saturday with good weather after the third week of March and before the last two weeks of classes , even if there is still some snow on the ground.

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But what an unlikely theme for a nice evening of "en- tertainment" in a college community of young people! 10 g V&lb Cheeseburger Onion Rings and Shake $1.60 $ Anytime With This Coupon J February 3, 1977 snake venom : The LYNDON CRITIC a high wonder bread & wood Classified ads run free in the Critic for all stu- dents who pay an Activities Fee. In essence, ITT has cre- ated a bread made of refin- ed white flour, from which most of the natural wheat flour has been removed through processing.

.60 $ Anytime With This Coupon J February 3, 1977 snake venom : The LYNDON CRITIC a high wonder bread & wood Classified ads run free in the Critic for all stu- dents who pay an Activities Fee. In essence, ITT has cre- ated a bread made of refin- ed white flour, from which most of the natural wheat flour has been removed through processing.In my day we used to think we'd live forever and old people seemed vaguely re- pellent and less than human. The cost for all others is 25c per tin;

But what an unlikely theme for a nice evening of "en- tertainment" in a college community of young people! 10 g V&lb Cheeseburger Onion Rings and Shake $1.60 $ Anytime With This Coupon J February 3, 1977 snake venom : The LYNDON CRITIC a high wonder bread & wood Classified ads run free in the Critic for all stu- dents who pay an Activities Fee. In essence, ITT has cre- ated a bread made of refin- ed white flour, from which most of the natural wheat flour has been removed through processing.In my day we used to think we'd live forever and old people seemed vaguely re- pellent and less than human. The cost for all others is 25c per tin; $1 minimum. Contact: Fer- guson Mc Kay, Ex 262, English Department, T. The fiber is then added back into the bread through the purified wood pulp. U, 1976 by Dave Sheridan The LYNDON CRITIC February 3, 1977 Seven Lyndon State Col- lege photographers will have their works displayed in a state -wide traveling exhibition. " Following Kurt Singer's suggestion to hold the day on Saturday and Kelly's , "hear ye, " Ferguson Mc Kay moved to amend the motion to read, "Spring Day is to be conducted as a spontane- ous event to be held on the first Saturday with good weather after the third week of March and before the last two weeks of classes , even if there is still some snow on the ground.

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But what an unlikely theme for a nice evening of "en- tertainment" in a college community of young people! 10 g V&lb Cheeseburger Onion Rings and Shake $1.60 $ Anytime With This Coupon J February 3, 1977 snake venom : The LYNDON CRITIC a high wonder bread & wood Classified ads run free in the Critic for all stu- dents who pay an Activities Fee. In essence, ITT has cre- ated a bread made of refin- ed white flour, from which most of the natural wheat flour has been removed through processing.

minimum. Contact: Fer- guson Mc Kay, Ex 262, English Department, T. The fiber is then added back into the bread through the purified wood pulp. U, 1976 by Dave Sheridan The LYNDON CRITIC February 3, 1977 Seven Lyndon State Col- lege photographers will have their works displayed in a state -wide traveling exhibition. " Following Kurt Singer's suggestion to hold the day on Saturday and Kelly's , "hear ye, " Ferguson Mc Kay moved to amend the motion to read, "Spring Day is to be conducted as a spontane- ous event to be held on the first Saturday with good weather after the third week of March and before the last two weeks of classes , even if there is still some snow on the ground.

VOLUME XIII, NUMBER 1 LYNDONVILLE, VT 05851 THURSDAY.The decision shall be made by the college president".There will be thirteen regional festivals throughout the country, and up to ten of the best pro- ductions will be invited to perform at the Kennedy Cen- ter in Washington, D. Proceeds were added to a

VOLUME XIII, NUMBER 1 LYNDONVILLE, VT 05851 THURSDAY.

The decision shall be made by the college president".

There will be thirteen regional festivals throughout the country, and up to ten of the best pro- ductions will be invited to perform at the Kennedy Cen- ter in Washington, D. Proceeds were added to a $1,200 donation by the Community Council to cover expenses for the tour to Durham. Clem in RUINS has been selected to participate in the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition which will be held at the festival. New York (LNS)--While debate in the medical com- munity rages on about whe- ther increased dietary roughage can cure hemor- rhoids, prevent colon can- cer and promote lower cholesterol, here's some- thing new from the folks who bring us Wonder Bread. is marketing a new bread called Fresh Hori- zons, promoted as con- taining "five times more fiber than ordinary white bread".

■ The LYNDON CRITIC February 3, 1977 At "RUINS" benefit performance right, John Sibley, Evelyn Cra John Young, Lisa Buckler, Din Tuesday night, left to mer, George Babcock, Jr., Golden .( Photo by Pete Lynch "Ruins" Revisited: To Live is to Function Something strange and won- derful about "These Ruins are Inhabited" brought many of us back for a second look at the benefit perfor- mance Tuesday night - to ponder, laugh, grieve, and come face to face with the universal predicament of age and death. The secret ingredient in Fresh Horizons is alpha cellulose--or purified wood pulp.

Since the fall semester finals were held in January at the time, Spring Day fell near the middle of a semester which ended in June, as opposed to the last days of class recent practice of inter- rupting the final days of classes . Contest Goes to UNH The Lyndon State College Theatre and Interpretive Arts Department production of THESE RUINS ARE INHABITED has been invited to the reg- ional conference of the Am- erican College Theatre Fes- tival to be held at the University of New Hampshire in Durham today, tomorrow, and Saturday.

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VOLUME XIII, NUMBER 1 LYNDONVILLE, VT 05851 THURSDAY.The decision shall be made by the college president".There will be thirteen regional festivals throughout the country, and up to ten of the best pro- ductions will be invited to perform at the Kennedy Cen- ter in Washington, D. Proceeds were added to a $1,200 donation by the Community Council to cover expenses for the tour to Durham. Clem in RUINS has been selected to participate in the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition which will be held at the festival. New York (LNS)--While debate in the medical com- munity rages on about whe- ther increased dietary roughage can cure hemor- rhoids, prevent colon can- cer and promote lower cholesterol, here's some- thing new from the folks who bring us Wonder Bread. is marketing a new bread called Fresh Hori- zons, promoted as con- taining "five times more fiber than ordinary white bread".■ The LYNDON CRITIC February 3, 1977 At "RUINS" benefit performance right, John Sibley, Evelyn Cra John Young, Lisa Buckler, Din Tuesday night, left to mer, George Babcock, Jr., Golden .( Photo by Pete Lynch "Ruins" Revisited: To Live is to Function Something strange and won- derful about "These Ruins are Inhabited" brought many of us back for a second look at the benefit perfor- mance Tuesday night - to ponder, laugh, grieve, and come face to face with the universal predicament of age and death. The secret ingredient in Fresh Horizons is alpha cellulose--or purified wood pulp.Since the fall semester finals were held in January at the time, Spring Day fell near the middle of a semester which ended in June, as opposed to the last days of class recent practice of inter- rupting the final days of classes . Contest Goes to UNH The Lyndon State College Theatre and Interpretive Arts Department production of THESE RUINS ARE INHABITED has been invited to the reg- ional conference of the Am- erican College Theatre Fes- tival to be held at the University of New Hampshire in Durham today, tomorrow, and Saturday.

,200 donation by the Community Council to cover expenses for the tour to Durham. Clem in RUINS has been selected to participate in the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Competition which will be held at the festival. New York (LNS)--While debate in the medical com- munity rages on about whe- ther increased dietary roughage can cure hemor- rhoids, prevent colon can- cer and promote lower cholesterol, here's some- thing new from the folks who bring us Wonder Bread. is marketing a new bread called Fresh Hori- zons, promoted as con- taining "five times more fiber than ordinary white bread".■ The LYNDON CRITIC February 3, 1977 At "RUINS" benefit performance right, John Sibley, Evelyn Cra John Young, Lisa Buckler, Din Tuesday night, left to mer, George Babcock, Jr., Golden .( Photo by Pete Lynch "Ruins" Revisited: To Live is to Function Something strange and won- derful about "These Ruins are Inhabited" brought many of us back for a second look at the benefit perfor- mance Tuesday night - to ponder, laugh, grieve, and come face to face with the universal predicament of age and death. The secret ingredient in Fresh Horizons is alpha cellulose--or purified wood pulp.Since the fall semester finals were held in January at the time, Spring Day fell near the middle of a semester which ended in June, as opposed to the last days of class recent practice of inter- rupting the final days of classes . Contest Goes to UNH The Lyndon State College Theatre and Interpretive Arts Department production of THESE RUINS ARE INHABITED has been invited to the reg- ional conference of the Am- erican College Theatre Fes- tival to be held at the University of New Hampshire in Durham today, tomorrow, and Saturday.

RUINS, by Mike Mc Donnell, Community Council Chairman, clears the Library Reflecting Pond of snow for skating.

In a lobby display of photos by Keith Chamberlin, one sees the lovely young faces transformed to clients at "Greener Pastures." Everyone connected with this production has reason to be proud to be going to Durham, New Hampshire, this week for the American Col- lege Theatre Festival, with the chance of going on in April to the Kennedy Center, Washington, D. And Lyndon State College again has occasion to be glad about our Theatre and Interpretive Arts Department. Alfred; George Brad- ford and Kevin Mc Gee as male nurses; Michele Cur- ran as Mrs. We've all felt this way at times, and now Lisa Rus- sell and Pat Parker have established a peer coun- seling center on campus. Any- thing that ' s on your mind we're willing to listen to. The Peer Counseling Cen- ter opened in Room 426 Vail^Monday, January 31 at 10 a.m. If you are interested or have any questions, contact either Lisa or Patty in Room 426. Stop smoking cigar- ettes (or try to cut down, anyway) #2. This vehicle was pur- chased mostly through contributions, and replaces a 1967 Pontiac which the rescue squad will attempt to sell or simply dispose of .

Diet and exercise(one piece of cake won't hurt) #3. The Oldsmobile is in better shape and has less mileage than the Pontiac .

Scheduled for the week of May 15, the exact date was not to be announced until c i Q. The highlight of the day was not a 25 keg drunk, but a contest of which class could collect the largest pile of tiash.

Class members partici- pating met in the back park ing lot at 9 am for instruc- tions and the starting gun.

Charles Roys, Assistant to the Prsident unveiled plans for the first "Spring Day" in early April of 1966.