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Laminations, December, 1979

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AN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDENT PUBLICATION DECEMBER 1979


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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT DENVER
LAMIIMOffiaNS
Mailing address: Laminations c/o College of Environmental Design, 1100 14th Street, Denver
Colorado 80202
Articles and letters must be signed and accompanied by a mailing address. Materials are subject to group editing for reasons of clarity and space.
Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of anyone other than the writer. The newspaper office is located in Room 303 of the Bromley Building.
Michael Fuller
THANKS TO:
Robert Austin-Murphy Jeanne Cabral Michael Fuller Kathryn McGinnis Randy MacMillan Paula Schulte Linda Stansen
LAMINATIONS needs help! Yes folks, this bastion of journalistic expertise needs your support.
We need a cadre of hardworking, dedicated, hardhitting, responsible (not necessarily respectable but hard) individuals who are interested in dabbling in the fascinating, rewarding, exciting world of a small-time college newspaper.
Yes, all of that and more! We need writers, photographers and graphic persons of all descriptions. That's you! After all, you got into this school on something. So let's see it!
What are you saving it for - a one man show at The Wazee? - an interpretive reading by Orson Welles at Muddy Waters?
You can get academic credit, up to 2 hours, by joining the staff, or you can just be a contributor at large. In either case, drop a note in LAMINATIONS box on the second floor or come to the weekly staff meeting at 12:00 on Fridays in the LAMINATIONS office, 3rd floor, southeast corner.


CORNUCOPIA
#The Market at Larimer Square 1445 Larimer St.
Denver, Co. 80202
Books, exotic foods, teas and coffees.
• City Savings Architectural Antiques 1419 15th St.
Denver, Co. 80202
Iron grates, Ionic columns and architectural doo-dads to hang in your apartment.
One quart of orange juice (does a better job of curing trench mouth than curing a hangover)
•Woolworth's 820 16th St.
Denver, Co. 80202
Everything you can imagine and then some...
•Callahan's Wholesale Florists 2130 Welton St.
Denver, Co.
Take 4 aspirin and drink a Coke before going to bed.
Die before daybreak
Dried flowers, baskets, ribbons.
•Pacific Mercantile 1925 Lawrence St.
Denver, Co. 80202
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Oriental foods and gifts.
The Denver
16th and California
Denver, Co.
Any big, sprawling suburban mall
Can you name Santa's nine reindeer?
Kissing mommy under the Christmas Tree.
•Agape Gallery of Religious Arts 1248 Bannock St.
Denver,Co.
Christmas-Hanukkah Show and Sale through December 15th. 10:00 to 3:00 p.m.
•Berkeley-Lainson Gallery Brown Palace Hotel
First anniversary celebration.
•St. Charles on Wazee 1843 Wazee Denver, Co.
Christmas group show.
i6ebastian-Moore Gallery 1411 Market St.
Denver, Co.
Christmas show of primitive paintings, dolls puppets, toys, clayworks, books and more.
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# Arvada Antique Emporium #1 and #2 7519 Gradview 5757 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, Co.
Interesting and inexpensive gifts for under $10. Barter.
• 2727 West 27th Ave.
Denver, Co.
Sizeable coolection of antique dealers under one roof. Lots of crap but some inexpensive good collectables for the finding.
• Old South Gaylord
1000 block of South Gaylord
Very good shops, but more pricey.
• South Broadway
South of Montgomery Ward
Denver’s antique main street. Best place to for anything and everything.
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•Tattered Cover 2823 E. 2nd Ave.
Denver, Co. 80206
Best little book store in the city.
•Solar Bookstore 2239 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, Co.
Best collection of solar and related subject books.
•The Kite Store 1415 Larimer Street Denver, Co.
Beautiful objects to free the imagination and soul.
•Carsons, Inc. 130 Wazee Denver, Co.
Industrial cookware and restaurant dishes for that high tech meal.
•Rainbow Grocery(formally Guru Grocery) 1441 York Denver, Co.
Inexpensive and good selection of soaps, some housewares and gifts.
•Tuesday Morning Turf Club Shopping Center West Belleview and S. Federal Blvd.
Warehouse of merchandise for the bargain hunter with 50 to 80% discount.
•F.J. LaGrue's 476 S. Broadway Denver, Co.
•Government Printing Office Bookstore Federal Building 1961 Stout St.
Denver, Co. 80202
Solar and energy conserving government publications.
Also check out the map department; good maps at low prices.
•Museum Shop Denver Art Museum 100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway Denver, Co. 80202
Books, cards and gifts.
Dried flowers and Christmas ornaments especially the classic wooden soldiers from China.
•Denver Center Theater Company 1050 13th Street Denver, Co.
Season's pass, five plays on Tuesdays for $30 or Mondays for $10 (Dress rehearsals for students and golden agers.
•Bonnie Brae Tavern 740 S. Colorado Blvd.
Denver, Co. 80209
The perfect thin crust pizza with excellent cheese and tomato sauce.


•Jackie McGrath and Co.
3480 S. Acoma Englewood, Co.
Dried and artificial flowers
•Willow Root Hollow 1096 S. Gaylord Denver, Co. 80209
Mountain arts, cornhusk dolls, unusual handmade ornaments and gifts.
•Braukman's Foliage and Decorations 2828 E. 6th Ave.
Denver, Co. 80206
Wooden soldier nutcrackers, gazebos, flowers, and many new, different ornaments.
• The Metropolitan Museum of Art 255 Gracie Station New York, New York 10161
Posters, books, cards, museum reproductions.
•Larimer Square 1979 Christmas Walk Every weekend through Christmas day Noon to 9:00 p.m. Saturday and Noon to 6:00 p.m Sunday
Holiday traditions, parades, live entertainment and delicious treats.
•Holiday Festival of Trees Galleria of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts
November 30, December 1,2.
Auction of trees -November 30, evening. Boutiques, entertainment.
•Free Christmas Ballet Performances Colorado State Ballet Noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
December 17, 19, 21 at the Paramount Theater 519 16th St.
Denver, Co.
• Boston Museum Shop
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 29 Sleeper Street Boston, MA. 02210
Cards, gifts, etcetera.
• L.L. Bean, Inc.
Freeport, Maine 04033
Quality Everything for the outdoors person. Free catalog. Even a Shoo-Bug Jacket which reputedly repels biting insects.
• Conran's
145 Huguenot Street
New Rochelle, New York 10801
European nousewares and furnishings presented in a beautifully photographed catalog; a gift in itself.
•Dover Publications, Inc.
180 Varick St.
New York, New York 10014
Fascinating books at excellent prices, also curiosities like Victorian paper dolls and New England townscapes to fold and assemble.
• Winter Celebration December 21st Denver Art Museum 100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway Denver, Co.
All day arts celebration with workshops and performances.
•Confluence Reunion Christmas Show 2415 15th St.
Denver, Co.


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Bill Johnson, ASIA, advisor to the Landscape Architectural program at UCD, dean of the School of Natural Resources at the University of Michigan, principle in the firm of Johnson, Johnson and Roy of Ann Arbor, Michigan, multi award winner and designer in the Denver area will be in town Wednesday December 5th and present a public lecture at St. Cajetan,
8:00 P.M., 9th and Lawrence, titled
"Creativity and Environmental Protection "Creativity and Environmental Protection".
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE THESIS PRESENTATIONS
12-14-79 Jeff Pecka 10:00 A.M, "Riverfront Redevelopment Guidelines, a test case - The Platte River in Littleton"
12-16-79 Jane Palmer 10:00 A.M. "Auraria: Urban Campus Environmental Interface"
ARCHITECTURAL THESIS PRESENTATIONS INTERFAITH CENTER, CONFERENCE ROOM 2
12-10-79 Monday
Darryl Booker - Folk Museum
Dave Edwards - Housing in Basalt, Co.
Dan Grubb- RTD Terminal
12-12^79 Wednesday
Dan Rawson - Sports Center, Gunnison Massoud Mukthar - Elderly Housing Joel May - Mixed Use in Lower Downtown
12-14-79 Friday
Linas Naujokatis - Department Store/ Hotel in Munich
Shereen Sherzad - Baghdad Historical Red evelopment
The faculty, staff and students extends its best wishes to G.K. Vetter for a speedy recovery.


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SOFTER THAR A MASHED POTATOE SANDWICH
QUOTABLE QUOTES FROM D.C. HOLDER
Here is a list of catch phrases so you will be hotter than a $2.00 pistol and clear as a photograph over the semester break.
1 Hotter than a $2.00 pistol
2 Plug Nickle
3 Invention of the devil
4 Green horns
5 Nickle*s worth
6 Happy as a clam
7 Fly in my ointment
8 Pimple on a pickle
9 Lead ballon
10 Crooked as a dog*s hind leg
11 Cast the die
12 Clear as a photograph
13 Like going elephant hunting and getting eaten by knats
14 Played thunder with it
15 Sweep under the rug
16 Bigger and better things
17 Slip stick (slide rule)
18 Hand crocheted waffle iron
19 All bets are off
20 Isn*t worth the powder to blow it up
21 Mullycodolyn
22 Sink or fly
23 That*s our boy
24 Throw in the towel
25 Give up the ghost
26 Don’t horse around with columns
27 Ernie the turney
28 Seat of the pants call
29 Stickler
30 Useful as a hole in the head
31 Throwing money down a rat hole
32 Saves my bacon
33 Coppering our bets
34 Another way of skinning that particular cat
35 Put that monkey on your back
36 Don’t give a hang
37 The upshot of that
38 No lead pipe cinch
39 Straw that broke the camel’s back
40 Like putting toothpaste back in the tube
41 Never say never
42 Rubber neck
43 Go around the horn
44 Anyway you frost the cake
45 Scare the holy thunder
46 Picky unish
47 Rapid fire cancellation
48 Can’t be scotch and do this
49 Go right on like a big bird
50 Playing tag with it
51 One Iota
52 Bare kitty
53 Fine for wrapping used fish in
54 Odd nausia
55 Enough steel to manufacture a battle ship
56 I'm on easy street
57 Beat the hollow
58 Tip for your hip pocket
59 Why in the blue-eyed world
60 Can't learn to swim standing on the bank
61 Brow beat contractor/wife
62 Close enough for government work
63 The only place you stub your toe
64 That lacey look
65 Kill you faster than a train
66 Has the bearing strength of a japanese lantern
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AN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDENT DECEMBER 1979

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I UNIVERSITY Of COLORADO AT DENVER Mailing address: Laminations c/o College of Environmental Design, 1100 14th Street, Denver Colorad. o 80202 'INS Articles and letters must be signed and accompanied by a mailing address. Materials are subject to group editing for reasons of clarity and space. Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of anyone other than the writer. The newspaper office is located in Room 303 of the Bromley Building. THANKS TO: Robert Austin-Murphy Jeanne Cabral Michael Fuller Kathryn McGinnis Randy MacMillan Paula Schulte Linda Stansen LAMINATIONS needs help! Yes folks, this bastion of journalistic expertise needs your support. We need a cadre of hardworking, dedicated, hardhitting, responsible (not necessarily respectable hut hard) individuals who are interested in dabbling in the fascinating, rewarding, exciting world of a small-time college newspaper. Yes, all of that and more! We need writers, photographers and graphic persons of all descriptions. That's you! After all, you got into this school on something. So let's see it! What are you saving it for -a one man show at The Wazee? -an interpretive reading by Orson Welles at Muddy Waters? You can get academic credit, up to 2 hours, by joining the staff, or you can just be a contributor at large. In either case, drop a note in LAMINATIONS box on the second floor or come to the weekly staff meeting at 12:00 on Fridays in the LAMINATIONS office, 3rd floor, southeast corner. Michael Fuller

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One quart of orange juice (does a better job of curing trench mouth than curing a hangover) Take 4 aspirin and drink a Coke before going to bed. Die before daybreak The Denver 16th and California Denver, Co. Any big, sprawling suburban mall. Kissing mommy under the Christmas Tree. •Agape Gallery of Religious Arts 1248 Bannock St. Denver,Co. Christmas-Hanukkah Show and Sale through December 15th. 10:00 to 3:00 p.m. •Berkeley-Lainson Gallery Brown Palace Hotel First anniversary celebration. tSt. Charles on Wazee 1843 Wazee Denver, Co. Christmas group show. ISebastian-Moore Gallery 1411 Market St. Denver, Co. Christmas show of primitive paintings, dolls, puppets, toys, clayworks, books and more. COilliVCOPIA eThe Market at Larimer Square 1445 Larimer St. Denver, Co. 80202 Books, exotic foods, teas and coffees. eCity Savings Architectural Antiques 1419 15th St. Denver, Co. 80202 Iron grates, Ionic columns and architectural doo-dads to hang in your apartment. • Woolworth's 820 16th St. Denver, Co. 80202 Everything you can imagine and then some •.• •Callahan's Wholesale Florists 2130 Welton St. Denver, Co. Dried flowers, baskets, ribbons. •Pacific Mercantile 1925 Lawrence St. Denver, Co. 80202 Oriental foods and gifts. 0 Can you name Santa's nine reindeer? pue ' 'pJdnJ 'uaXJA s

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I ' 4 •Arvada Antique Emporium #1 and #2 7519 Gradview 5757 Wadsworth Blvd. Arvada, Co. Interesting and inexpensive gifts for under $10. Barter. • 2727 West 27th Ave. Denver, Co. Sizeable coolection of antique dealers under one roof. Lots of crap but some inexpensive good collectables for the finding. • Old South Gaylord 1000 block of South Gaylord Very good shops, but more pricey. • South Broadway South of Montgomery Ward Denver's antique main street. Best place to for anything and everything. •Tattered Cover . 2823 E. 2nd Ave. Denver, Co. 80206 Best little book store in the city. •Solar Bookstore 2239 E. Coifax Ave. Denver, Co. Best collection of solar and related subject books. •Government Printing Office Bookstore Federal Building 1961 Stout St. Denver, Co. 80202 Solar and energy conserving government cations. Also check out the map department; good maps at low prices. • Museum Shop Denver Art Museum 100 w. 14th Ave. Parkway Denver, Co. 80202 Books, cards and gifts. • The Kite Store 1415 Larimer Street Denver, Co. Beautiful objects to free the imagination and soul. ecarsons, Inc. 130 Wazee Industrial cookware and restaurant dishes for that high tech meal. •Rainbow Grocery(formally Guru Grocery) 1441 York Denver, Co. Inexpensive and good selection of soaps, some housewares and gifts. •Tuesday Morning Turf Club Shopping Center West Belleview and S. Federal Blvd. Warehouse of merchandise for the bargain hunter with 50 to 80% discount. eF.J. LaGrue's 476 S. Broadway Denver, Co. :IJried flowers and Christmas ornaments especially the classic wooden soldiers from China. •Denver Center Theater Company 1050 13th Street Denver, Co. Season's pass, five plays on Tuesdays for $30 or Mondays for $10 (Dress rehearsals for students and golden agers. eBonnie Brae Tavern 740 S. Colorado Blvd. Denver, Co. 80209 The perfect thin crust pizza with excellent cheese and tomato sauce.

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•Jackie McGrath and Co. 3480 S. Acoma Englewood, Co. Dried and artificial flowers •Willow Root Hollow 1096 S. Gaylord Denver, Co. 80209 Mountain arts, cornhusk dolls, unusual handmade ornaments and gifts. •Braukman's Foliage arid Decorations 2828 E. 6th Ave. Denver, Co. 80206 Wooden soldier nutcrackers, gazebos, flowers, and many new, different ornaments. • The Metropolitan Museum of Art 255 Gracie Station New York, New York 10161 Posters, books, cards, museum reproductions. • Boston Museum Shop Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 29 Sleeper Street Boston, MA. 02210 Cards, gifts, etcetera. • L. L. Bean, Inc • Freeport, Maine 04033 Quality Everything for the outdoors person. Free catalog. Even a Shoo-Bug Jacket which reputedly repels biting insects. • Conran's 145 Huguenot Street New Rochelle, New York 10801 European nousewares and furnishings presented in a beautifully photographed catalog; a gift in itself. •Dover Publications, Inc. 180 Varick St. New York, New York 10014 Fascinating books at excellent prices, also curiosities like Victorian paper dolls and New England townscapes to fold and assemble. • Larimer Square 1979 Christmas walk Every weekend through Christmas day Noon to 9:00 p.m. Saturday and Noon to 6:00 p.m. Sunday Holiday traditions, parades, live entertainment and delicious treats. •Holiday Festival of Trees Galleria of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts November 3 0, December _ 1 , 2. Auction of trees -November 30, evening. Boutiques, entertainment. •Free Christmas Ballet Performances Colorado State Ballet Noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, December 17, 19, 21 at the Paramount Theater 519 16th St. Denver, Co. • Winter Celebration December 21st Denver Art Museum 100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway Denver, Co. All day arts celebration with workshops and performances. .Confluence Reunion Christmas Show 2415 15th St. Denver, Co. Handcrafted works, through Dec. 2 B

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6 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE THESIS PRESENTATIONS 12-14-79 Jeff Pecka 10;00 "Riverfront Redevelopment Guidelines, a test case The Platte River in Little ton" 12-16-79 Jane Palmer 10;00 A.M. "Auraria: Urban Campus Environmental Inter face" ARCHITECTURAL THESIS PRESENTATIONS INTERFAITH CENTER, CONFERENCE ROOM 2 12-10-79 Monday Darryl Booker -Folk Museum Dave Edwards -Housing in Basalt, Co. Dan Grubb-RTD Terminal 12-12-79 Wednesday Dan Rawson Sports Center, Gunnison Massoud Mukthar -Elderly Housing Joel May Mixed Use in Lower Downtown 12-14-79 Friday Linas Naujokatis -Department Store/ Hotel in Munich Shereen Sherzad Baghdad Historical Redevelopment LA Bill Jonnson, ASLA, advisor to the Landscape Architectural program atUCD, dean of the School of Natural Resources at the University of Michigan, principle in the firm of Johnson, Johnson and Roy of Ann Arbor, Michigan, multi award winner and designer in the Denver area will be in town Wednesday December 5th and present a public lecture at St. Cajetan, 8:00P.M., 9th and Lawrence, titled "Creativity and Environmental Protection "Creativity and Environmental Protection". .... / The faculty, staff and students extends its best wishes to G.K. Vetter for a speedy recovery.

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SOI'TZB THAll A .A\ASBIJD PO'J:Aj:()Jl C:H QUOTABLE QUOTES FROM D.C. HOLDER Here is a list of catch phrases so you will be hotter than a $2.00 pistol and clear as a photograph over the semester break. 1 Hotter than a $2.00 pistol 2 Plug Nickle 3 Invention of the devil 4 Green horns 5 Nickle's worth 6 Happy as a clam 7 Fly in my ointment 8 Pimple on a pickle 9 Lead balloa 10 Crooked as a dog's hind leg 11 Cast the die 12 Clear as a photograph 13 Like going elephant hunting and getting eaten by knats 14 Played thunder with it 15 Sweep under the rug 16 Bigger and better things 17 Slip stick (slide rule) 18 Hand crocheted waffle iron 19 All bets are off 20 Isn't worth the powder to blow it up 21 Hullycodolyn 22 Sink or fly 23 That's our boy 24 Throw in the towel 25 Give up the ghost 26 Don't horse around with columns 27 Ernie the turney 28 Seat of the pants call 29 Stickler 30 Useful as a hole in the head 31 Throwing money do-vm a rat hole 32 Saves my bacon 33 Coppering our bets 34 Another way of skinning that particular cat 35 Put that monkey on your back 36 Don't give a hang 37 The upshot of that 38 No lead pipe cinch 39 Straw that broke the camel's back 40 Like putting toothpaste back in the tube 41 Never say never 42 Rubber neck 43 Go around the horn 44 Anyway you frost the cake 45 Scare the holy thunder 46 Picky unish 47 Rapid fire cancellation 48 Can't be scotch and do this 49 Go right on like a big bird SO Playing tag with it 51 One Iota 52 Bare kitty 53 Fine for wrapping used fish in 54 Odd nausia 55 Enou g h steel to manufacture a battle ship 56 I'm on easy street 57 Beat the hollow 58 Tip for your hip pocket 59 \fuy in the blue-eyed -vmrld 60 Can't learn to swim standing on the bank 61 Brow beat contractor/wife 62 Close enoug h for government work 63 The only place you stub your toe 64 That lacey look 65 Kill you faster than a train 66 Has the bearing strength of a japanese lantern tl-:._:_:::r.c:::. . IJUU U<:. 11 OJLLIQIJ 01] IE aE -1. -=-1--=-I lr !--I-f11.--I. F ;:;;= 1-r--.... ............ -<:::: : in 0 0 ,.....,.. 'el "= loo t= r-I ( ..... 1--1 r-1-1--..__ /"\ r =p.;. ,__ ..... _I '--Patrie Dawe

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