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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 $lam §eometrp 1. If the length of two lessons is unequal, the moods of the respective teachers are unequal, and nothing can be done about it. 2. If a straight line could be drawn from Draper Hall to the Food Shop, Abbot girls would not wear out the sidewalks on Locke and Main streets. 3. The last chord is that which might have cut the circle. 4. The circumference of the waist varies directly as the number of waffles eaten at the Manse. 5. A figure is a point, line, surface, or solid, too often, Miss Carpenter thinks, a crooked line. 6. Parallel lines are those which are neither bow-legged or knock-kneed. Conftbential tube Take The Air Good News (?) The Connecticut Yankee The Clutching Claw The Mystery Man Paris Bound Interference Diversion Escape Bless You Sister And So To Bed Rain or Shine Required Walks Marks Marion Quin The Christian Association Advisory Board Night Watchman Diz and Kay The Faculty Tea Dance Vacation Ann Adams Miss Johnson ' s Remedy Church 0m Qlxtt I looked at it And then I thought Oh, lovely thing, how unruffled Yet how modestly you stand there. Would you, if you but realized The diversified interest and conflicts Embodied in you, meet the elements With such gentle equilibrium? E. W. 54
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 ' 28 lpf)abet A — is for Adams, at pounce she ' s a winner B — that is Bliss who couldn ' t be thinner C — is for Connie, she takes all our cash D — that is Dottie, an actress with dash E — is for Emmy who needs a square meal F — that is Fatty who eats a great deal G — stands for Graham at sports she ' s no plummer H — is for Hyde at pranks she ' s a hummer I — that is Isabelle, she ' s not very tall J — is just Jeanie whom we like best of all K — that ' s the Kays — they ' re a most peppy pair L — Lane and Leavitt can be seen everywhere M — is for Marion who has plenty of pep N — stands for Nivvy of musical rep O — is for Olive — that ' s Pipe ' s middle name P — that is Paret — a talented dame Q — is for Quin — at dramatics she ' s great: R — stands for Ross who ' s reducing her weight S — is for Schuh who in Latin got A T — that is Talcott who plans jokes all the day U — stands for you whose name isn ' t here V — that ' s Virginia who Harvard doth cheer W — is for Whitney who keeps on the go X, Y and Z are all we don ' t know. Placfe ptrbs otng J2ortf)toarb March wind — A rusty gate hinge creaking Black specks tossed rhythmically Against the blue sky. 53
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 Wjat=Bou=»iU Time — When you will — preferably regular office hours. Place — Where you will — most likely Miss Bailey ' s office. Scene I. Going. Scene II — Coming. Characters — Who-you-will and Miss Bailey. Scene I Who-you-will — shaking — has white slip in hand — " Miss Bailey would like to see " . Who-you-will disappears into depths of office. Scene II Who-you-will appears again with wrapping paper in hand — puzzled expression. Moral — what have you? ISABELLE BARTLETT. Senior l£ ometf)ing£ LB. — Incessantly Bouncing. E.H. — Extols Horses. K.R.— Knightly Rollings. C.R. — Cash Raider. M.S. — Most Scientific. M.B.N. — Makes Beautiful Noises. D.D. — Decidedly Dramatic. E.S. — Extended Surprisingly. V.G.— Versatile Girl. E.W. — Eager Worker. J.S. — Just Swell. F.B.G.— Fones Billy Gladly. T.T. — Thoughtless Thinker. L.P.S. — Likes Patriotic Sailors. M.D.G. — Makes Dayscholars Good. . E.S. — Everlastingly Skinny. M.B.Q.— Most Boldly Quixotic. F.E.A. — Flaunts Elegant Auburn. H.E.L. — Haunts Everlastingly Lane. 55
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