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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 gfobot cabemj Comprefjentfibe examination Note: Read the question thoughtfully; if after the tenth reading it is no clearer, it never will be: so go on to the next. If you can ' t answer the question asked, answer one of your own invention and get credit for originality. I. Choral: 1. Compare this with the methods of torture used by the Spanish Inquisition. a. Would you say this was worse? Define your reasons clearly. 2. Name the advantages of having it in the music room. H int: Such as: — more crowded, floor is harder than benches, every one is more uncomfortable. 3- Show how above advantages tend to sweeten the tone and disposition of all. II. Bible: 1. Name some of the profits prominent in a Bible course such as: renting your note-book the week before note-books are due; selling text books at cost plus 50% for valuable illustrations. 2. Give some benefits you have derived from Silent Times. a. Discuss: How I clean my room, prepare Math and Latin and write home in the twenty minutes before Chapel. (Optionaf) b. The help I have received watching P. A. youths in Sunday afternoon Silent Times. III. Mathematics: 1. (Seniors only). Divide a pie into ten equal pieces, four of which must be " not too large. " 2. Calculate the number of hours necessary for one day if you carry five subjects, and put in two hours of study for each, plus seven hours of classes, plus an hour for silent time, plus eight hours of sleep, plus one hour for eating, and minus any time for recreation. 59
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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 g ong Site Henry made a Lady out of Lizzie Just a Sailor s Sweetheart Crazy Words He Loves and She Loves Hallelujah Sometimes I ' m Happy Just Like a Butterfly You Don ' t Like it — Not Much Start the Band . Two Black Crows When Baby ' s Feet go Bitter Batter Cut yourself a Fiece of Cake I Know that you Know . Only a Rose The More we are Together The Blue Room That Old Gang of Mine Danny Boy The Melody Lingers On . The Prisoner s Song Hoiv Many Times Just Between Us Girls . Kay Adams Connie Rundlett Jo Paret Fran Gould Peg Graham Dot Dow Piper Firedrills Jane Goodell Eaton and Miller Madame Craig Food Shoppe Miss Kelsey Graduation Leavitt and Lane B. B. ' s Office Pipe-etc. Hartigan ' s Practice Rooms From the Infirmary Hygiene Lectures Faculty Meetings 58
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 8 3. If a girl spent four hours on Math, six hours on English, three hours on French and five hours on Latin what would be the two results? 4. If a girl and a boy start from Davis Hall after the Prom and walk around the Circle how long will it take them to reach the guest entrance if: a. There is a full moon? h. A chaperon near by? A contented teacher and a busy undertaker. IV. English: Allow plenty of time for concentration and make everything as vague as possible. If you know any really good jokes tell them; a hearty laugh may put the examiner in a good humour. 1. In your own words tell as briefly as possible why you think the ash can the best place for Spencer ' s Faerie Queene. 2. Cure Mate thy suawie fate, The histie stibble kirk behand the gate, Their hydra drouth o ' winter waur, Sprattle deep-lairing beneath a scour; Och Mamie gangs agley — Sae rountinly awa ' . A Bonnie, bonnie, bonnie, It ' s fonnie, fonnie, fonnie! Why is this one of the loveliest gems Burns ever wrote? Show the beauty of rhythm, excellent choice of words and explain the hidden meaning. 3. Write a four hundred word theme on one of the following: How to take bicycles to pieces. Why I use flour when I bake muffins. How I tripped in a canoe. 60
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