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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 ELIZABETH MARSH JACKSON " Betty " Springfield, Massachusetts Pratt Institute Two years Fidelio ' 27, ' 28 Choir ' 27, ' 28 Senior Mid Play ' 27 Senior Play ' 28 " I tell you, you cannot force me to do it: " Betty isn ' t defying Miss Bailey, only practicing her favorite elocution for the week. The masterful tones ring out over the transom and we wonder if poor Laddie isn ' t getting killed in the excitement. Never mind, Betty, if we practiced as much as you do we might get a " Sir Andrew " and do it as well. nt mgr-. :!: , h9 DOROTHY LOUISE JENNINGS " Dot " Andover, Massachusetts New England School of Design Two years Volley Ball Team ' 27 Dot Jennings is famous for those curls which so gracefully adorn her head. She seems rather quiet and demure, but with those whom she knows she is very talkative and amusing. Being a day scholar she has not has a chance to know many of the Seniors intimately, but at Intervale we all came to know her better. We hear she was one of those who went on the wild escapade across the river. Isn ' t that proof enough of her endurance? 17
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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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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 BEATRICE LANE " Bea " Fitchburg, Massachusetts Lesley Three years Fidelio ' 27, ' 28 Track Team ' 26, ' 27 2nd Basketball Team ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Arm Band ' 26 Numerals ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Of Bea ' s accomplishments three predominate. First, her athletics, second, her singing and third, her roommate. Her proficiency in track is shown by the fact that she broke Abbot ' s record in the broad jump in ' 27. As for her singing, she has favored us with many a solo in Davis Hall. Finally she is seldom, if ever, seen without her roommate and where one is there the other is also. Although they really do not look alike Lane and Leavitt are often mistaken for each other. We have no fear for Bea out in the cold world, but we do wonder what she ' ll do minus Helen. HELEN ELIZABETH LEAVITT " Helen " Haverhill, Massachusetts Three years Class Book Board ' 28 Senior Play ' 28 Aeolian Society ' 28 Senior Mid Play ' 27 Fidelio ' 26, ' 27, ' 28 Honor Roll ' 27, ' 28 Arm Band ' 26 Numerals ' 27 Helen is one of the " Strong Silent " members of our class. In Class Book Board meetings where the rest of us talk all the time she gives her valued opinion only when asked for it. The faculty think that ' s a quality others of us might cultivate. Helen is a competent member of our infant Society and she cer- tainly deserves the honor. How fortunate that she and Bea are on the same page! 18
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