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Claire Oppenheim and Jean and Ruth Were voted swell dav scholars, And everybody spoke with awe Of Ellen ' s many callers. They all agreed that Alice ' s love Of music was just sweet, And Dossv ' s everlasting doze Was certainly a feat. Then Scudder ' s laugh was criticized, And Shirley ' s niceness praised, But, when our Margit was brought up, The very roof was raised. " She drew us all, " they wailed aloud, " In rompers childishly, And put us in the class book thus, Alas for dignity! " They all praised Towse ' s sportmanship, And couldn ' t help but feel It would be swell to spend their lives In Araby with Cile. And, when at last the Court broke up, ' Twas voted that they would Give every girl her ring, and thus Get rid of her for good. 38
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" This must be fixed, " Miss Bailey cried, Bur passed on to another. And Mick and Dossy Anderson Were found to be no bother. The same was true of Phyllis Brown, ho shone in mathematics, And stood the foremost of the group Of Algebra fanatics. " And what of Katie Burns? " was asked, And up spoke good Miss Baker. " She asks so many questions that Sometimes I ' d like to shake her. " " Well Helen Cary is the next. " Miss Baker beamed her pleasure. " Her German accent is a joy I cannot hope to measure! " When Tubbv C. and good ol ' Coop And Claire had all had praise, " Now what, " Miss Bailey said, " of Ann? Let ' s hear what each one savs. " Then Chickie smirked, Miss Baker beamed, Miss Comegys grinned her pleasure, And all agreed with one accord That Annie was a treasure. " And what of Jane? " Miss Bailey cried. Miss Baker took the floor. " If she would learn Tl est ' and ' C ' est, ' I ' d ask for nothing more. " Of ' Laine and Jerry, Sue and Bun They spoke with approbation, But fought on whom El would perform Her first great operation. Next Lizzie K. and Frannie Mac And Doris More and Pat Were warmly praised by everyone, And that was all of that. " But Lucia, " Chickie said, " has used Such great big words just lately, I find to my embarrassment My Webster helps me greatly. " 37
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The Awful Truth for Seniors Name P. Abbot D. Anderson M. Barlow P. Brown C. Burns H. Carv B. Chamberlain A. Cooper C. Cregg A. Cutler J. Dawes E. Eaton G. Eick P. Harding S. HlLDRETH A. HURLBURT E. Johnson E- Kennedy F. McTernen D. More P. Noonan L. Nunez C. Oppenheim J. Palmer R. Pratt E. Rivinius A. Robinson D. Schwartz K. Scudder S. Smith M. Thony H. Tower C. Van Peursem Known by Her dog Cherubic Expression Moods That hair! Puns Walk Laugh Allowance Clothes Beaverette Expression Her Brother Worries Twins Them Physics Limberger Cheese Bunnies Blush Regal bearing Tea dances Spit curls Gestures Vocabulary Paintpot Boners Blinking " r " s " Rapt expression Strut Chortle Friendliness Unexpected remarks Sticktoitiveness Profile Ambition Journalist Prima Donna Prom Trotter Marriage for love ••Who ' s Who " Italian Manuscripts None Males Go West Great Novel Ha rvard Musical World Baroness Get thin Skiing Bernhardt Great Doctor Metropolitan Interior decorator Veterinary Actress " Johnny " Dartmouth Carnival Canada Drive a Deusenburg Matrimony Poetry Green Key Weekend Adventure Librarian Great artist Second Miss Carpenter Social Worker Probable End Cat and Dog Hospital Angel Social Service Worker Millionaire Consuming passion Organ grinder Nun Rhythmic teacher Mae West No. 2 True Confessions Chorus girl Lebanon Baron less Fat Snow drift Rabbit Farm English teacher Boyish bob Kindergarten teacher Little fat rascal Circus clown Dean of women Schwartzwald Air Hostess Shank ' s Mare Alimony Wool worth ' s Wrapper Ostrich Farm Principal of Abbot Carnival barker Fan dancer Artist Model Head of Harem Saying " Egad! " " Ha, Ha, Ha! " " Oh for heaven sakes! " " No, really! " " Sadist! " Do you get the point! " Gad " " And he said — ■ " " Oh why am I so careless! ' ' " Hello, Angel! " " Honest to Gory " Hiya ' ' ' ' It won ' t be long now! ' ' ' ' am so unhappy " Plug " Squeaks ' ' Just wait ' til you fall in love! ' " Yes ma ' am! " " Oh swell! " " I ' m so cozy " " It ' s the nuts! " " Ma ' am " " Coy like a herring " " Hello, dear! " " Well, all right " " Oh, deah " And so on, and so forth ' ' " Subtle like a kick in the teeth ' " Let me sn-nicker! " Woe is me! ' ' " Oh you cute thing! " " What the Sam Hill! " " Pretty good, boy! " 39
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