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Snoot Flute Now that's music!
Tags: Snoot  Flute  Comic  book  advertising  nose  music 
Added: 27th January 2014
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Posted By: Music Maiden
HR Pufnstuf 1969 Tags: H.R.Pufnstuf  1969  H.R.    Pufnstuf    Witchiepoo    Freddy    Flute    Classic    Kids    TV    1969    Jack    Wild   
Added: 14th May 2008
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Posted By: Old Fart
James at 15 and 16 I remember trying to sneak to the end of the hall to watch this because my parents would not allow me to stay up to watch it. I had such a HUGE crush on Lance Kerwin, even taking up playing the flute because James played the flute.
Tags: james  15  lance  kerwin 
Added: 16th November 2008
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Posted By: LPROUD
Mad Magazine Introduces 43-Man Squamish As an amusing parody of big-time NCAA athletics, the June 1965 edition of Mad magazine introduced a new collegiate sport devised by writer Tom Koch: 43-man squamish. The rules call for squamish to be played on a pentagonal-shaped field called a fluteney in which the two teams line up on opposite ends to start play. (Think about it.) A squamish game is comprised of seven ogres of 15 minutes each--or eight ogres if it rains. Players are outfitted in polo helmets and swim fins and carry long hooked sticks called frullips. The object of squamish is to advance the pritz (a ball made of untreated ibex hide and stuffed with blue jay feathers) beyond the opponents' goal line to score woomiks (worth 17 points each) or durmishes (worth 11 point each). Some of the positions include left overblats, outside grouches, offensive niblings, and a dummy. The game's officials include a probate judge and a baggage smasher. This illustration shows what a first-rate collegiate squamish team would look like.
Tags: 43-man  squamish  Mad  magazine 
Added: 3rd October 2015
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Posted By: Lava1964

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