Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1933

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Page 53 text:

1933 The Abbot Circl Aggressively flamboyant in an orgy of plaid. Then sheets toast-like Crackling. Supple winds corrugating his pillow Cause each particular hair to stand on end. And subterranean ululations like ink-wells rolling down the cellar stairs. VII Now rosy-fingered dawn buffs her fingernails Along the magenta afghan. (quality without frills) Ophelia take three lumps with cream. Hey nonny nonny Also willow weep for me VIII Car 540 Everybody loses when timber burns and Baby Ruth stimulates the gums and rules the waves without narcotics Musterole. But the conductor had an aquiline nose. The rest is silence. IX Oh — whell, let ' s go back to Harvard. M. C. A. C. J. V. Intervale Songs (Tune: Let ' s Turn Out The Lights) No more calories and fat. No more bruises where we sat. What a time we had. although we ' re none the worse for it, at that! No more breakfasting at nine, (Steak and flapjacks so divine). Shouldn ' t mention them, but not to would have been an awful crime. Let ' s hope our Irish dialect Will soon be quite forsaken; At first we thought it most select, But now we know we were mistaken. Back to studying once more Feeling better than before. Senior-mids, please don ' t forget that there ' s a treat, for vou in store. 49

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The Abbot Circle 1933 Mr. T. S. Eliot Looks at Intervale (with apologies to Intervale) I Squashy exotic fruit Somnambulant on hibernating ashington. She rose red with cold feet Gesticulating euphonious epithets. Because there were fritters for breakfast: Oh that this too too solid flesh would melt! On a souvent besoin dun plus petit que soi. — Black and blue — And a choice of sausages and Boston cream pie, (Dieu; L ' etrange peine) II Omniscience, repletion and fetid broiling gloves on a raucous radiator. Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. Ill The woods are never silent. In the hush Of the high places, solemnly there goes In endless undertone the statelv rush Of music IV Down-a-down derry The gliding swoop of vagrant curved planks The force of friction over the total normal pressure Like Gabriel glistening greenly in his gaberdine. Then tumbling torsos crashing in confusion Upon the whiteness poured in rich profusion. Snow in her neck Sorrow — Sing sorrow, but good prevail Prevail ... V Food again. Bland moist pallor of potatoes gravy-stained Like varnished absorbent cotton. And a maid (Oh Dea certe) with an acrid smile like a fritter with pale lemon sauce. VI The skyey night .... Concealing congealing puns. For the pun is mightier than the sword — They were caviare to the general. Sweeney lost a scarf, 48



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T he Abbot Circle 19 33 (Tune: Dunno) Ho ha! he he! We ' re back again, you see, And if anybody ever had a good time It ' s we, we, we! We ' re back in old Andover, And black and blue all over — We ' ve really never been so sore before. So here ' s a bit of good advice: Keep your feet right on the ice, Here ' s to you, here ' s to you, Senior-mids! Intervale is the nuts, it ' s the berries, it ' s perfection! (Tune: Sweet Sue) Looking wan and pale We struck Intervale. Thirty-three ... on a spree . . . Nothing else to do — Just get black and blue. Oh please! . . . .my knees. . . . Now at last we know Where good seniors go. Intervale surpasses all our wildest dreams, So we ' re back, you see, Happy as can be, Thirty-three. . . .from our spree. . . . ! (Tune: A Little Bit of Heaven) Sure a little bit of heaven Fell from out the sky one day, And it nestled in New Hampshire Not so many miles away; And when the angels found it Sure it looked so sweet and fair They said " Suppose we leave it For it looks so peaceful there. " So they sprinkled it with sunshine Just to make the pine trees grow, They ' re the finest ones that can be found No matter where you go. And they placed the mountains round it Just to keep away the gale, And when they had it finished Sure they called it Intervale. 50

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