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Then we'd be duly warned or informed by these— PICTURE SIGNS FOR ALL OCCASIONS OUTSIDE A TYPICAL SERVICE STATION... 4. inept mechanic - on duty. [HI-TEsT) | 2. Filthy ) restrooms. 3. Pumps may or may not contain grade of gasoline designated. 4. No Jews allowed. 2. No Blacks allowed. 3. No member of any kind of ethnic or minority group allowed. OUTSIDE AN EXPENSIVE RESTAURANT... 41. Sky-high prices. 2. Slow service. 3. Very small portions. 4, No seating, unless Head Waiter is tipped. OUTSIDE A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT... 4. High risk - of radio- a gs ‘ 4 V [Sas tier ‘ 4 ‘ ‘ y 3....not to ale ‘ealbdoanal ‘ 4. Protestors renee 4. Assassination in progre: 2. mil ry take-over imminent. 3. Beware of Secret Police. ‘4, Bribe-taking as usual. 4. Stop for muggers. 2. Parked cars are stripped by residents. 3. Watch out for falling bodies. 4. Kiss your money goodbye OUTSIDE A SWINGER’S APARTMENT... 4. Wild parties usually held 2. ...where marijuana is served f 3....also ‘cocaine. 4. No ugly broads admitted. 1. Wait will be interminable. 2. Some painful injections are likely. 3, An accurate diagnosis is unlikely. 4. Doctor is into fee-splitting. 1. Uncomfortable seating. 2. Movie to be shown is a real bomb. 3. Rough trip is expected. 4. Baggage was placed on wrong plane. OUTSIDE A TEENAGER’S ROOM... 1. Deafening stereo. 2. Telephone tied up 3. Beware of messy clutter. 4, Obnoxious kid brother, stay out! lease 4 Pot Ca a FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS ee BERG'S-EYE VIEW DEPT. Tle GET DOCTORS ined you | [Sol strongly recommend But, Doctor... Then | strongly recommend] d that you're that you start jogging! aloes) [ARE {_ that you Cur IT ouTit | IN DOWN! You = PHYSICAL ATTRACTION [remeron \Xeness] (sey |Get of thi oo thi of Brooke Shields! | A SIDE OR... 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EXPANSE ACCOUNT DEPT. ver noticed what happens to a slay on the air beyond its opening s begin to tinker with its characters, its setting and even its basic pr an effort to make sure the program has “something for everyone.” In no time al all, the show becomes a total mish-mosh that includes “nothing for anyone." It 7” you can remember the good old days when Archie Bunker still had a wife and a ughter and worked on a loading dock, or when Laverne and Shi employees living in Milwaukee, then you're already familiar with the w path that m be followed in this ridiculous le that studiously ch THE EVOLUTION tion comedy that’s lucky enough OFA TV SITUATION wow oem COMEDY ...... THE FIRST SE: ASON To the surprise of the network and the horror of many Viewers, “Idle Hours” makes a successful debut. It Is a nostalgle comedy about three high school chums (Nips Conrad and The Horse) growing up in Kokomo, Indiana in 1946. Their idle hours are spent working as Klutzy’ pin boys at a bowling alley which is owned by a retired clarinet player named Elsa. Also featured are the boy's gym teacher, Mr. Faunce, and Conrad's little sister Bufly Lu, Buify Lu is a typically American 14-year-old sexpot, whose smutty one-liners provide endless mirth. To avold critics’ charges that the show is too sugary. the network adds “social significance” by introducing The Horse's cousin, Mangler, as a new member of the cast. Mangler is a certified psychopath (but a funny one) who has eliosen to hide in Kokomo following his es- cape from a southern chain gang. The leading characters try to rehabilitate him Lo a life of unending dullness by convincing him that he should enroll as an appren- ce mortician at Kokomo’s funeral home, which is op- ated by another new series regular, Mr. Ferndipper a KASON The kid who played the role of The Horse quits the show to become a truly awful rock musician, The producers write him out of future scripts by saying he went to live in a leper colony. To take up the slack, Nipsy's little brother, Pooky, joins the cast as Elsa’s new boy friend, despite a. 35-year difference in their ages. An- ‘other element of hilarious romance is added as Mr, Fern- dipper take ut from his duties at the fune home to begin courting Conrad's mother, a sassy, wise- cracking widow who Lakes in laundry and drinks too much, Elsa, left without a partner at the poolroom following Emilio’s departure, is allowed to die of chalk dust in- halation. Pooky thus becomes a widower at 13, and is quietly dumped from the cast after giving the Korean orphan to Conrad's mother and Me. Ferndipper to This naturally leads Mr. Ferndipper into asking Conrad’s mother to marry him so the orphan won't think he's an illegitimate child, Their wedding is presented FOURTH SEASON After portraying the high school seniors for three years, Nipsy and Cor making it un- realistic for them to go on working as pin boys in a bowling alley, Therefore. Elsa trades her bowling alley for half interest in a sleazy poolroom operated by a hysterically funny Puerto Rican bigot named Emilio, This provides Nipsy and Conrad with a more adult han out. It also provides the producers with a great chance to star the boy's former high school gyn teacher, Mr. Faunce, in a new spinoff entitled, “The White Nebbish." rf oc dm ae 7 PIC 1 i THE EIGHTH SEASON eping a show alive that now his drunken wife and the war orphan, the producers decide to move the setting from Kokomo, Indiana to’ Hollywood, California, This Is logially explained by having Bufly Li get 2 movie screen test offer thal includes ‘ree lifetime lodging in California forall of her family and trends The new locale perms the ineoducton of two Wacky new series regulars, an unscrupulous talent agent named Marty and an untalented actor named Lance Surfshimmer FIFTH SEASON Following a fight in a tavern during the off-season, the actors playing Nipsy and Conrad both quit the show because neither will stoop to working with the other To distract from their absence, the producers arrange for Pooky and Elsa to marry and adopt a Korean war or phan, Buffy Lu finally makes it to high school at 18, and finds Mr. Ferndipper teaching Freshman Embalming. after turning over his funeral home to Mangler, Mean- lime, in a special Christmas Show, Emilio’s 14 young brothers and sisters arrive unexpectedly from Puerto Rico. Seeking to capitalize fully on the new Hollywood set Ung, the show begins to feature such weekly guest ce- lebrities as Annette Funicello and Conway Twitty. They blend in the shows format by appearing as performers on a smalll radio station that Mr. Femdipper has bought by borrowing on his life insurance. Meanwhile, Buty Lu and Lance Surfshimmer become co-stars of food chopper demonstrations at supermarket openings, while Mangler leaves the show to move into bachelor pad al the beach and launch a new spin-off entitled, “One's Company THE SIXTH SEASO The program's creative planners become convinced that involving a tipss midwestern whdow with & TOL of uncul children who don't speak English wil make Tor a sure- fire comedy. Therefore, the new season is launched by having Conrad’s mother opening a big rooming house for Emilio’s younger brothers and sisters. While this brait storm proves a total disaster, the network Is nev theless able (o reap millon from its mistake by hasing Emilio and his family leave the show to star in a new spin-off entitled, “Fourteen Puerto Ricans Is Enough! THE TENTH SEASO With the guest celebrity idea having fizzled, the net work tries starring Marty, Mr. Ferndipper and Conrad's mother in a new show about life in a small radio st tion entitled, *KWRP In Anaheim.” Buffy Lu and Lance Surfshimmer also depart to launch their own series about appliance demonstrators called, “One Supermarket Opening AU A Time.” This leaves no one on the orginal show except the Korean war orphan. When efforts fail lo Fecast him as'a 7-year-old truck driver with a pet ape, Idle Hours” quietly goes olf the air after 13 weeks. 25 ERR APPARENT DEPT, i Recently, we asked one of our idiot artists to do a drawing = of a School Prom. Unfortunately, he didn’t do a very good “s HOW MANY MISTAKES CAN eS a ) job. In fact, he made a lot of mistakes...20 in all. And now, it's up to you to find them. So c'mon! Let's see... YOU FIND IN THIS PICTURE? ANSWERS Aa $20,000 worth af orthadonta in this 5. The guy bragging about the number of gishe's gone to bed with staling the truth \ 47. The gir wearing the “0” cup bra cup bre ARTIST: ANGELO TORRES WRITER: CHRIS HART eee ‘ ae bed LEARNING A LIVING DEPT, Among the thousands of things that are known to annoy parents, one is the fact that universities often fail to turn out graduates who automatically act “grown up.” For some reason, Mom and Dad expect a 20-year-old who has been exposed to higher educa- tion to think, feel and behave like a 40-year-old, and they are very disappointed when the new graduate isn’t transformed into a carbon copy of themselves, Employers seem to share the view that anyone with a diploma should have a middle-aged person- ality to go with it. Apparently all members of the older generation would love to have colleges that ignore education and concentrate instead on preparing kids to go forth into the world with a more “mature” outlook. Well, MAD has discovered such an institution, and for the benefit of all concerned, here is its Official Catalogue: ce to cates at oot ae oy, whe ere" Ea COURSES innit: GEORGE GENERAL STUDENT INFORMATION |, |. REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Registration is open to all high school graduates who exhibit marked traits of imma- turity, and who recognize the need to become meek, dull plodders before settling down to adult life. Applicants must possess a 2.5 grade aver- age in high school courses completed at the ninth and tenth grade levels, or a 2.0 average in courses completed at the eleventh and twelfth grade levels, except that a 1.5 average is acceptable when advanced courses were taken first, but a 3.0 average is required when beginning courses were taken last. Any applicant who has re-read this sec- tion until he understands it is already a meek, dull plodder, and doesn’t need to enroll here. ll. GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS As part of your adulthood training, you will learn that nobody gets a free ride in life, and that big institutions such as this one will take you for every nickel they can. So forget ag g Z fh. about grants and scholarships. Youre going to pay us plenty, Kid. IN, INDIVIDUAL TUTORING We don't spoon feed the underachievers around here. If you can’t get it the first time, you're out of luck. IV. OFF-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES ‘Student activities scheduled off the cam- pus shall consist of anything that the Admin- istration doesn’t know about, and that you've got the guts to try. As we keep telling you, grow up! V. HEALTH FEES Most doctors in this area charge about $30 for an office call, If you get sick and can’t afford it, don't come whi three-year-old. Toman [zeae a5 | sf al i Uperclassmen display mate waits of apathy an eae wating to revel thie private ves to saogping. tive while bureaverat. DEPARTMENT OF ADULTHOOD THEORY A-101—SURVEY OF RATIONALIZATION Mr. Copout Introduces the idealistic freshman to various adult techniques for blaming failure in life on others. Examines the role of lazy co-workers, dishonest friends, blood sucking in-laws and ungrateful chil- dren in creating personal shortcomings. The course also investigates bad luck and lousy flukes as blam- able reasons for getting messed up. A-119-INTRODUCTION TO CONFORMITY Mr. Smith Teaches the emerging adult to put aside childish individuality and join the herd in adopting a more meaningless life style. Special attention will be paid to group development of unfavorable aiti- tudes toward long haired teenagers, Cuban refu- ‘gees, Suzanne Somers and crab grass. B-211—NOSTALGIA TECHNIQUES Miss Funicello This required course prepares the student for a productive life of claiming that nothing is as good as it used to be. Misty eyed guest lecturers will speak eloquently about the 1965 Corvair, the 1972 Nixon landslide, the 1974 oil embargo and the 1978 Toronto Blue Jays. C-311—PRINCIPLES OF DISILLUSIONMENT Mr. Stallone Open to students who have completed “Notalgia Techniques.” This advanced study looks ahead to middle age when today's young adult must cope with the realization that he is never going to own his own shoe store, or cruise around the world, or have a love life like John Travolta’s or be served a steak that looks like the picture on the menu. ¢-338-CRACKPOT POLITICS Dr. Redgrave Required of all fuzzy thinkers who are on probation for espousing such childish causes as saving the whales and promoting solar energy. This course is taught by a disbarred chiropractor now running for govetnor on the American Eagle ticket, who ex- plains his mature logic in denouncing fluoridated water, city-owned fire departments and Japanese automobiles D-404—CREATING A “G"-RATED WORLD Mr. Disney This seminar enables upperclassmen to formulate atotally bland, biased adult philosophy of life. Com positions will be read and applauded that point up theevils of nudity, profanity, John Travolta and new flavors of ice cream. Students will draw on conform- ity and nostalgia methods learned in earlier courses, to agree that things are worse now than formerly. Photograph of Annual Campus Prom, where cur entice student ody prepares fora ietine of dislusionment by being unable to get a date to atten CAREER PREPARATION STUDIES A-103-LEARNING THE IMPORTANCE. OF MONEY Mr, Porsche This course features guest lectures by repentant nurses, teachers and liberal arts grads who warn new students of the horrors of preparing for a low paying career. Later class sessions will be devoted to pep talks by the instructor on the financial joys of selling tract development houses or unregis- tered commodity options. B-201—JOB INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES Mr. Bullshine Offers practical guidance to the inexperienced youth who would narmally blow job prospects by admitting that he is inexperienced. Students will engage in practice sessions where they learn to lie their way into high paying jobs for which they are totally unqualified. This course also stresses mastery of the firm handshake and sincere smile. Arash course on Productivity Slowdowns” takes narmally exuberant young people and teaches them far more mature way of behaving while on the ot B-209—CAREER ADVANCEMENT Mr.Goldbrick A vital course for the student who wishes to move up the ladder quickly after obtaining employment through deceitful job interview techniques. Lec- tures deal with methodology for tattling on co- workers, conning secretaries into covering for you, general brown nosing and outright blackmailing. C-316-OFFICE GOSSIP Miss Cleavage Required of all students who mistakenly think they are prepared for a career just because they have completed training in their chosen field. This course teaches the more important skill of on-the-job ru- mor spreading. Lab sessions feature simulated gos- sip about well stacked brunettes, drunken office managers and pregnant file clerks. C-347—PRINCIPLES OF PRODUCTION SLOWDOWN Mr. Sloth Designed for those entering the adult world who still don’t understand the importance of appearing overworked in even the simplest job. Teaches ap- proved methods for arranging papers in no parti ular order, cleaning typewriters that aren't dirty and using company time to prepare demands for more fringe benefits. D-406—-INTRODUCTION TO BANKRUPTCY ‘Mr. Chrysler A thorough guide to coping with the financial calam- ity that is bound to result from the use of normally slipshod adult business techniques. Lectures deal with such practical administrative problems as where to hide from creditors and how to maintain a comfortable life style after all the money is gone. pe HOME AND FAMILY MANAGEMENT ‘A-120-PREPARATION FOR MARRIAGE Mrs. Landers This required course deals with a broad range of pre-marital considerations including the selection of a rich mate with good social connections, insis- tence on maintaining a free lifestyle after marriage, and the advantage of picking a divorcee who al- ready has her own furniture and dishes ‘A-121—PREPARATION FOR PARENTHOOD Mr. Gerber Offers guidance to students on the postponement of having children until they can afford the cost of day care centers and baby sitters to raise them properly. Lectures stress an adult approach to parenthood by viewing the newborn infant as a lux- ury item that has little value as a tax write-off B-213-INTRODUCTION TO STATUS SYMBOLS Mr. Gucci Required of all students who anticipate the future misfortune of living in an upper middle class sub- urb. Class members are counseled to end childish extravagance and start saving for such adult status symbol items as a used Volvo station wagon, golf lessons, a subscription to Consumer Reports and one-fftieth interest in a Waikiki condominum C-309-TAX CHEATING Mr. Veseo Utilizing unique teaching methods, Mr. Vesco in- structs students to keep repeating, “The govern- ment would just waste my money anyway,” until they become convinced of their moral right to com- mit tax fraud. Later lectures deal with such profit- able ideas as listing your bartender as a medical practitioner and deducting yearly depreciation on your dog. C-322—-HOUSEHOLD BUDGET MANAGEMENT Mrs. Houdini ‘A basic how-to-do-it course for students who soon expect to face $2,000 in monthly household ex- penses on a salary of $900 a month. Emphasis on creative credit carding, loan payment skipping and flagrant check kiting will familiarize the beginner with popular adult techniques for fighting inflation D-411-SEMINAR IN PARENTAL INFALLIBILITY Mr. Bigdaddy Required of all seniors who still follow such adoles- cent practices as accepting their share of the blame for personal mistakes. Lab sessions simulate home environment in which students practice parental methods of always being right. Course emphasizes refusal to listen to reason and the citing of facts that are off the point: ‘A: Preparation For Parenthood clas practices streaming ata small chil (Small eidren to scream at may be rented cheap from Campus Book Store a SOCIAL ACTIVITIES TRAINING ‘A-107—ADULT RECREATIONAL TECHNIQUES: Miss Mundane A survey course that enables the recent high school graduate to begin dropping his childish games in favor of more accepted adult recreational activities, including early morning golf ball chasing, rainy weather jogging, Wednesday afternoon bridge and emotional involvement with soap operas. ‘A-138—-INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL DRINKING Mr. Smirnoff Designed to help the new student, who has done most of his teen-age drinking in parked cars, learn the subtleties of ice cube clinking, cocktail guzzling and indoor barfing. Foolish behavior at parties and slurred public speaking will also be discussed in seminars conducted by experienced lushes. B-244—INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ADVANCED DRINKING Mr. Rotgut An in-depth program of alcoholic research for the student who wishes to go beyond mere social drink- ing in adult life. Upperclassmen may earn college credit by spending entire summer vacations on Skid Row mastering the skill of restful gutter slumber, successful panhandling and delirium development, B-252—PREPARATION FOR CLUB JOINING Mr. Oddfellow A valuable course for the emerging adolescent who has never belonged to anything more significant than the Girl Scouts or Little League. Lectures deal with development of snobbishness and intolerence to qualify for membership in respected adult clubs. Learning sacred lodge handshakes will also be em: phasized. C-355—-PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING Nick the Teach Important instruction for the naive youngster who hasn't the vaguest idea how to fritter away the sal- aty he will soon earn by betting on lame horses, standing pat on three deuces or financing his dice activities through loan sharks. ($100 lab fee for this course will help finance the instructor's annual field trip to Las Vegas.) | Br D-410—PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL DETERIORATION Mr. Leadbelly Aimed at ambitious students who wish to acquire the paunch and chronic disabilities of middle age before reaching 30. Strosses the importance of aug- menting deskbound work with an inactive recrea- tional program of evening naps and week-end TV viewing. Homework features heavy smoking and overeating to bring on middle age lung and circula~ toty problems. ‘By Graddation Day, each departing Senor is thoroughly prepared to step inde the marvelous ‘alt worl, an win immediate 2eceptance as an equal IN THE SOVIET UNION. Wee Willie Winkie There’ scarcely an American kid who wast brought won) Wee Willie Winkie ‘Mother Goose.” Now, MAD has found out that these rhymes. Conquers where he can; are a favorite with kids in other countries, too! But the Puts the screws to Poland; difference is tha, somehow, the verses lose something in ‘Takes Afghanistan, ‘he translation, To show what we mean, take a “gander” at GOOSE anes AROUND oe ees Tinlle WORLD ARTIST PAUL COKER WRITER: FRANK JACOBS Wee Willie Winkie Loves to cause unrest; ‘Then, when war is starting, Blames (who else?) the West. IN MEXICO... Old Mother Hubbard : . Went to the cupboard ‘i = To feed her poor doggie some buns; There was an old woman who lived in a shoe She then filled his eup With Boris, ten kids and a pet kangaroo; With some water-poor pup! She said, "Though it’s cramped and from feet it is smelling, He's been sick for a week with the runs, "In Moscow, it’s known as a luxury dwelling.” 35 IN FRANCE... IN JAPAN Mary Had a Small Cafe Sing a Song of Sonys Mary hada smal! cafe; ay Sing a song of Sonys~ Auder onc gia cmtegroad A pocketful of yen; 5 Magnavox and Zenith She charged a modest price. Teereed gli See the U.S. suffer From the job we do; This is how we get revenge For losing World War IL IN COLOMBIA. Peter, Peter Mary's prices now are high; How come? Well, here's the reason- Today officially begins A brand-new tourist season. ae As I Was Going to St. Ives ee Peter, Peter, coffee grower, 4 Found his business getting slower, Ee Looked to make a greater gain, ‘Now makes a bundle from cocaine. Peter, Peter, big supplier, Sees his profits rising higher; “Drugs are where it’s at,” he says; For coffee, go see Juan Valdez.” As Iwas going to St. Ives, Imet a man with seven wives; Of course, the seven wives weren't his, But here in France, that’s how itis. IN CENTRAL AMERICA... Taffy Was a Strongman Taffy was a strongman; Taffy used his clout; Taffy led an armed revolt and drove his rival out; ‘Taffy bled the country; Taffy made a haul; Tafiy lasted 14 days, which isn't bad at all IN ITALY Little Miss Muffet Little Miss Muffet Got up from her tuffet OS And made a big pot of linguini, With baked canelloni And sliced provolone, sagna and veal scallopini. Little Miss Muffet Now plops on her tuffet, Digesting the food that went in her; She burped, then confided, "Tm glad I decided "To have a small snack before dinner.” IN SAUDI ARABIA... Humpty Dumpty Humpty Dumpty drilled a new well; Humpty Dumpty leased it to Shell; He's now worth a billion, this fortunate gent, And entertains friends in his 20-room tent. Humpty Dumpty lives like a kin, Humpty Dumpty knows a good thing; ‘And that’s why each day he is thanking his stars For people still driving those gas-guzzling cars. IN THE MIDDLE EAST... Solomon Grundy Solomon Grundy Arrived here on Monday, Ducked bullets on Tuesday, Took cover on Wednesday, Was blasted on Thursday, Assaulted on Friday, Bombarded on Saturday, Ambushed on Sunday; So much for the peacekeeping mission of Solomon Grundy. OFF THE WALL DEPT. If you want to find out what life is like in a typical High School, it's not necessary to talk to th YOUR CARI ERVICE OFF) EER COUNSELING ERS PART TIME JOB: leeded to pick eek-end on Tearoy ‘our day. Payment: The Balkan Affairs Club Sponsors The MISS SERBIAN-AMERICAN CONTEST FEATURING Accordion Competition & Bib Overall Modeling Thunspay Nice sTUbenr carerena 125 ADMISSION CHARGE inclioee Tue & coat CHEESE Tattooed me otor— ng. Groupies x anyones eas So To Provide Blood Plasma ett Mook-al ies) TENTION TEACHES SUP PIO EAR inte, Locker NUMBER 1637 oR] (A11 Pro, F For ceeds Wil’ ‘irst Aid Care an The Farrah Faw YOu WILL NEVER SEE ME AUVE AGAINeSE Gus Yeny reucy, AMONYOUS students or the teachers. 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