Alice Nielson Cobb (managing editor); Chase Craig and/or Del Connell (story editor); Tom McKimson (art director)
Credits for this issue based upon Alberto Becattini's "Disney Index - Dell Comic Books" Vols. 1 and 2 (Italy, 1992 and 1994). Indicia title is "Walt Disney's HUEY, DEWEY, and LOUIE BACK TO SCHOOL, No. 22, 1959." Code number is H.D.+L. B. to S. #2-5910. (Note number does not match indicia. Possibly originally intended to continue Huey, Dewey, and Louie Back to School (Dell, 1958 series).)
The boys do so well in the school play that they get screen tests in Hollywood. All is going well until Donald horns in, attacking a lion that he assumes is a costumed actor. This ruins the boys' chance at stardom.
Gyro's futuristic classroom promises great results, but the principal demands geniuses now -- he has booked his students for a competition with college students. Gyro has an invention to pump Huey, Dewey, and Louie full of knowledge, but the effects only last five minutes. When the superintendent's car becomes trapped on the train tracks, they use LAST year's learning to save him.
School newspaper reporters Huey, Dewey and Louie investigate why the football mascot keeps digging holes in the field. It turns out that he's a retired police bloodhound, and he recognizes the scent of criminals who are tunneling toward the bank.
Faced with a crisis in his overseas holdings, Uncle Scrooge teaches geography by taking the class to Madagascar, where his work elephants are on a sit-down strike. The kids discover that the Beagle Boys are making the elephants homesick, then substituting papier-mache logs and stealing mahogany ones. They capture the Beagles, cure the elephants, retrieve the mahogany, and jet home just in time for dismissal.