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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 FRANCES BRYDEN GOULD " Fran " Class Secretary ' 26 Q. E. D. ' 27, ' 28 Advisory Board ' 27 Merit Committee ' 27, ' 28 President Student Council Bible Group Leader ' 26 Hockey Numerals ' 27 Winchester, Massachusetts Three years Class President ' 26 Treasurer A. C. A. ' 27 Student Council ' 27 Northfield Delegate ' 27 28 Senior Play ' 28 Hiking Leader ' 28 Second Hockey Team ' 28 What would we do without Fran? Who else could so successfully preside over Student Council meetings? Who else would receive fifty-three page letters and daily cablegrams? Who, other than Fran, could so determinedly defend the Gargoyles ' goal, as, almost hidden behind her enormous shin guards and armour she valiantly moves her hockey stick. Although Fran can look very dignified and solemn, anyone who lives on the second floor front can, perhaps, explain those undignified chortles that re-echo through the corridor occasionally. MARGARET GRAHAM " Peg " Andover, Massachusetts Mt. Holyoke Four years Arm Band ' 25 Entertainment Committee ' 28 Class Vice-President ' 26 Athletic Council ' 28 Baseball Numerals ' 25, ' 26, ' 27 A. D. S. ' 28 Hockey Numerals ' 26, ' 27 A. D. S. Play ' 28 Student Council ' 28 Posture Honor Roll ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Carnival Committee ' 27 Head of Hockey ' 28 Third Vice-President of Student Government ' 28 Hockey Team ' 28 Peg does have such a hard time bringing up all the day scholars in the way they should go. Between that and being Psycho-analyzed now and then she ' s rather busy. Her front row seat in Chapel is very wearing on her, she says. We ' ve noticed that she often works off steam in English Class with Diz. Last, but not least, of her accomplishments is Hockey. Lead her to the Hockey field, hand her a stick, and watch her go! 15
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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 JEAN OLIVE FREDERICK " Jean " Greenlawn, Long Island Noyes School of Rhythm Honor Roll ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Courant Board ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Editor-in-Chief ' 27, ' 28 French Play ' 28 Three years Senior Mid Play ' 27 Draper Dramatics ' 26 Senior Play ' 28 Fidelio ' 26 " Miss Hammond, don ' t you agree? " This is a sign to settle back comfortably for an early morning snooze while Jean and Miss Hammond discuss the relative merits of this and that. Ah Jean, how many predicaments you ' ve brought us out of by keeping our fair instructress thus engrossed. Quite seriously, however, you have something to talk about and your literary compositions show it. We shall expect to see in the next ten years a new magazine on the news- stands; and may it be as successful as our own Courant which you manage so well. Class Treasurer ' 25 Choir ' 28 Q. E. D. ' 26 ' 27 ' 28 Class Book Board ' 28 Business Manager Senior Play ' 28 French Play ' 26 Honor Roll ' 25, ' 26 Posture Committee ' 26 Class Cheer Leader ' 26, Assistant Club Cheer Secretary A. A. A. ' 28 VIRGINIA GAY " Gee Gee " Friendship, Maine Four years Fidelio ' 25, ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 President of Q. E. D. ' 28 " A " Society ' 25, ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 President of " A " Society ' 28 Senior Mid Play ' 27 Draper Dramatics ' 27 Class President ' 27 Posture Honor Roll 2nd Hockey Team ' 28 ' 27 Hiking Leader ' 28 Leader ' 28 Volley Ball ' 27 Athletic Council ' 27, ' 28 Head of Clock Golf ' 26, ' 27 We think Gee Gee has more spare time on her hands than anyone in our Class. She ' s only President of the " A " Society and Q. E. D. and Business Manager of the Class Book and Secretary of A. A. A. and in the Senior Play and a few little things like that — really nothing. Gee Gee and Jo Jo are an example to all roommates for their really remarkable dispositions. If they ever disagree we never know it, that is, of course, except on the subject of Harvard and Yale. Run down Harvard to Gee Gee and she ' ll not love you. Aside from that she ' ll stand almost anything! 14
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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 ELIZABETH HOLLIS ' W Lynn, Massachusetts University of Vermont Baseball Numerals ' 25 Head of Volley Ball ' 27 Class Basketball ' 26 Head of Basketball ' 28 Entertainment Com. ' 27 Senior Mid Play ' 27 Four years Volley Ball Numerals ' 26 Class Secretary ' 26 Club Basketball ' 27 Odeon ' 27, ' 28 Advisory Board ' 27 Athletic Council ' 27, ' 28 2nd Vice-President Student Government ' 28 Student Council ' 28 Numerals ' 27 " A " Society ' 28 Class Book Board ' 28 Senior Play Did some one make a remark that thrills the school with its brilliance and wit? Diz, of course. We can count on her to liven up the deadliest moment in the Senior parlor. She coaches basketball most ably: she creates poetry, prose or what have you; she sports at the prom on the hill. How about. that, Diz? And as for any riding party — Diz may be found with her horse ' s nose one-half inch ahead of Mr. Phillips. We hear she advocates mud baths en route as a health cure and recreation. LOUISE HERMANCE HYDE " Weegie " Ware, Massachusetts Mt. Holyoke Four years A. A. A. Treasurer ' 28 " A " Society ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Sec-Treasurer " A " Society ' 28 French Play ' 28 Athletic Council ' 28 Senior Mid Play ' 27 Hockey Team ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Hockey Numerals ' 25, ' 26 Baseball Numerals ' 25 Volley Ball Team ' 27 Northfield Delegate ' 27 Advisory Board ' 27 Fidelio ' 27 Arm Band ' 25 Bang, bang, shouts, squeals! If you open the door to number 53 you will probably find Weegie and others squatting on the floor playing " I doubt it. " This is often the case, especially when she comes to some- body ' s room to make a pie bed, or to hide alarm clocks set for some unearthly hour, or to turn the whole place generally upside down. And once in a while she is serious, too, for instance when she generously offers you a piece of bread spread with cheese and cold cream. But (outside of her playful moments) Weegie is a good sport and a fine friend. 16
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