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RISLEY . .
'why 'Me Game to Qfilhlvot
Why did I come to Abbot?
. . . To break the ice
. . . For a change of atmosphere
. . . . . . . To see the big city
To see if Yankees are all they are cracked up to be
. . . . . . . . To be in Choir
. . To ski
. ..... To learn French
. . . . . . . . Too much radio
. To see if the life of the school was free and happy
. . . . . To eat an Abbot Special
. . . . . . To take Morton Street
. To grow up and to meet the ucultured easternersw
. . . . . Just for the Dickens of it
, See if I could fill my sisteris shoes
. . . . . Mere convenience
. . . For the ride every day
. . It was '4Abbotized" in all the magazines
. . . . . . Process of elimination
To develop my voice and meet Someone my own size
. . . . . . . To Stir things up
To make roller skates for backward children
Each day we go to History class
To learn if we can that subject pass.
With trembling lips and shaking knees
We desperat'ly try Miss Bean to please.
With bated breath and pallid face
We see the red pencil'S rapid pace.
We always find on every test,
4'Be concise. Few words are best!"
In every class it's just the same.
We strive to pass not just toward fame.
Ah, diploma, for thee we Strive.
For thee we labor as bees in a hive.
We ever long to grip thee tight
And feast our eyes on the glorious sight.
For then we'll know that we have passad
And softly murmur, "Ah! At lastli'