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The Supreme Court Sits
It was upon a Thursday night
The faculty were meeting,
And in the rooms above their heads
Full fifty hearts were beating.
For this, it happened, was the night
The faculty'd decided
To talk of seniors and their ways
And what girls should be chided.
It was Miss Bailey who arrived
To ope the judgment hall,
And after her each teacher came,
Assembling one and all.
Miss Comegys came loping in,
And Madame in her booties,
Miss B. with fllluftmtion,
And Duncie from her duties.
Miss Bean izvas there with H. Bel1oc's
Life of King Charlie One,
Miss Grimes and good Miss Carpenter.
Her daily dozen done.
Then came the Misses Chickering
From Van der Stucken's lecture,
And all wore faces grave and sad,
As you can well conjecture.
"I think that alphabetically
We'll bring up each girl's case.
You all agree?" Miss Bailey said,
And glanced at every face.
"Miss Abbot is the foremost then.
XX hat are her misdemeanors?
Now speak up every teacher please
Who in some class has seen her."
Most every one swore Pri was fine,
And there was small contention,
But Chickie shook her winged hat,
"She doesn't pay attention!"