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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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The Abbot C i r c I 19 2 8 ftfje tofui ftrutf) Name Favorite Saying Notoriety Probable End ADAMS I ' m a wreck Hats Mrs. Henry Hewitt ANDERSON Huh Hair Permanent waver BARTLETT Watch the stick Noise 67-71 All American Basket- ball team BLISS " The Class Book Board needs " - Mouth Editor of Life BORNEMANN Hullo Theory Mr. Howe ' s Successor CUSHMAN Ah! Excess locks Illustrator of our fam- ous novels DOW Oh dear! What are we coming to? Dramatics Chaperoning Abbot DUNN Mebbc Math Shark Europeans Math FREDERICK Honestly Laurel wreaths and togas Poetess Laureate GAY Whoops Dearie Being President The better half GOULD GRAHAM Hey, Connie! Well, I translated it Cablegrams Walking out on midyears Keeping house Second Miss Moses HOLLIS That ' s a dainty little model Glum expression Nurse to mules HYDE JACKSON JENNINGS LANE Heh, heh, heh! I thought I ' d die Really Helen Noise Psych Shark Curls Signing her roommate ' s name Prizefighter Housekeeper Second Mary Pickford Forger LEAVITT Bea Silence Pining away without Bea 62
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