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IT IS STRONGLY RECOiiiiEMDED BY MR. PAUL THAT
STUDENTS LEAVING THEIR HOUSES IN MEADE HEIGHTS
UNOCCUPIED OVER WEEKENDS OR HOLIDAYS SHOULD
ADVISE SECURITY OF THE SAiiE (787-7936) SO THAT
HOUSE CHECKS iiAY BE PERFORMED.
The C. C. Reader staff, on behalf of the
student body wishes to express their sincere
sympathy to one of our campus nurses,
iirs. Jean Kresge, whose husband, Kenneth, died
Saturday, November 24 at their home.
Services were held Tuesday, November 27
with burial in the Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens.
Students, Faculty, and Staff who wish to
contribute to a memorial
given to iirs. Kresge may
Faculty Art Exhibit
College of Colorado
the Gallery Lounge.
THE C. C. READER ALSO EXPRESSES A
, FOR THE LOSS OF R. T. BROWN.
TO FOLLOW IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE
fund which will be
do so in the Student
from the Western State
is now being displayed in
The meteoric career of the Ode Records
comedy team of Cheech and Chong proves
beyond doubt that the music-oriented count-
er culture can laugh at its own foibles as
well as those of
appearing at the
burg on Satuday,
The gold albums -
and "Big Bambu"
rent one -
shipped gold (that is, more than one-
million dollars in pre-release sales) were
chalked up in advance or release.
& Chong have attained the top rung of
Not only do they perform before sold-
out concerts around the country, but
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November 29. 1975
CHEECH & CHONG
the establishment when the
Cheech & Chong will be
Farm Show Arena in Harris-
December 1 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cheech & Chong"
- later and a third cur
- which was