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The Abbot Circle 1921
One fine Afternoon we hoisted Ourselves into Trucks and hied to Haggetts'
where the Noises of Our Merry Feast carried across the Deep Drink.
So, after years of Placid Toil, the Baskers went on a Terrific Bat, in an Effort
to Relax and Recuperate, and for the first time we poor old Birds were un-
shackled and left to run Wild in the Mountains. VVith Mr. Bassett as a Com-
posite of Guide, Counsellor, Friend, Referee, Diplomat, Reception Committee,
Medical Adviser, and Political Prophet, we managed to subsist. At the End of
Four Days, the Weary Vacationers returned to this Peaceful Abode.
Then the Senior Class pulled off one of Dear Gld Willie's Famous Vaudeville
Sketches, "The Taming of the Shrew." It was Rough but made a big Hit.
Then came our Final Blow-Out, which consisted of Caviar and Sweet Breads
and Artichokes and Bosom of Partridge, Pigs Knuckles, Spring Dnions and Grid-
dle Cakes, et cetera, et cetera. Nothing came afterit except the Pepsin Tablet and
the Hot Water Bag.
Then after a Week of joys and Tears when we paraded our Organdies and
Entertained the Old Folks from Home, our Alma Mater tossed us upon this
Wicked World with only our Sheepskins to Guide Us.
Moral: Every Girl is the Architect of her Own Fortune but the Faculty
Superintend the Construction.
THANK YoU, GEORGE