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The Abbot Circle 1973
University of Wisconsin Two years
Senior Play '23 Bible Group Leader '23
Senior Mid, Play '22
"And lo! her name led all the rest."
"Libby" looks so tall and stately, but you
know that saying, " Looks are often deceiving"?
We think that it applies to her - and her room-
mate verifies our statement. Haven't you
heard "Libby's" infectious laugh rolling down
the corridor? As for swinging a hockey stick,
she does it with the best of us. In Psychology
class her answers are always a help tothe rest of
us. In the Senior-Mid play "Libby" shone and
we wonder if she isn't secretly harboring am-
bitions for the stage -?!
"Nutty", "Name B."
"A" Society '22, '23 Honor Roll '19
Odeon, '22, '23 - Glee Club '21
Class Book Board '23 Senior Play '23
Hockey Team '23 ,
Class Hockey Team '21, '22, '23
"Who says in verse what others say in prose."
Have you ever heard about her cats? She is
always writing about them,-teither cats or
eating peanuts on top of a freight trainj - cats
for English, cats for Odeon, cats in poetry, cats
in prose -and cats on sweaters! Oh yes,
"Nattie B", will yougplease tell us where you
learned to say "He-ah" so distinctly? And also
who dared you to write the original melody
"Stumbling," in musical appreciation? We're
almost willing to bet that it was your own clever
thought. You see, you have made your "rep,"