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Back Row: Knox, Bolten, Cross, Webster, Campbell, Ellis, Winslow, G. Wind, S. Cole Middle Row: Rabling, P. Williams, Colley, Davey, Sawyer, Nelson, Wick, S. Hamilton Front Row: Eccles, Hall, J. Wilson, Chase Abbot Athletic Association A. A. A. Council is made up of heads of major and minor sports, club captains, and the Director of Physical Education and her Assistant; namely, Miss Carpenter and Miss Rhodes. Margi Hall is the President, Mollie Chase the Vice President, Jane Wilson Treasurer, and Nancy Eccles Sec- retary. Other members of Council are: Julie Nelson, hockey; Marcia Colley, basketball; Doris Sawyer, tennis; Priscilla Williams, riding; Marge Wick, baseball; Peggy Rabling, golf; Shirley Hamilton, snow; Gisela Bolten, ice; Jane Davey, the dance; and heads of minor sports — hiking, Connie Cross; badminton, Beverley Win- slow; croquet, Eleanor Knox; ping pong, Betty Ellis; archery, Phyllis Campbell; deck tennis, Joan Webster; and Sally Cole and Gitty Wind, of course. At our meetings, usually held during " Tiffin, " we organize our sports seasons. Sometimes the weather man forgets to watch our schedule — witness our third blizzard on April 22! And quite the other J. Wilson, Eccles, Hall, Chase way, our long-anticipated ice carnival simply never came off for lack of ice! However, Fall Field Day leaves rich memories, likewise the Snow Carnival, each of which came off under perfect aus- pices in its proper season. Luncheon rides, nose-bag walks, skating parties or snow sculpture helped to round out a great out- door sports year. 
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Back Row: Schwiebert, Webster, Kelley, P. Williams, Nichols, Nelson, Bolten, Balcke Middle Row: E. White, Elliot, Proctor, S. Hamilton, Chandler, Ellis Front Row: Means, Boynton, D. Hamilton Abbot Christian Association It is hard to put into words what A.C.A. really is. It is something we feel is there, not only on Sunday evenings or at vesper services, but all the time. When we think of our past year definite pictures flash through our minds: ploughing through snowy roads to Lawrence to the Red and Gold Gift Shop, getting a bewildered salesgirl to follow us as we bought the store out for the Andover children ' s Christ- mas party, Room 64 piled high with pack- ages bearing such labels as " Frank Far- rette, Age 5, Mittens, " and then seeing Frank ' s glowing face when later at the party he received them; the dignified ad- visory board tearing around a la horse with wild children wahooing on their backs; Christmas tableaux, soft colored lights shining on the wise men, the babe in the manger, and the mother Mary; the purchasing and dressing of Senior dolls and their trip to Hindman to brighten many a heart on Christmas (we hope the uneven hems weren ' t noticed!); apprecia- P. Williams, S. Hamilton, Proctor, Webster tive letter from our Abbot friend at Hindman; teas with Miss Tuttle in Home- stead with the munching of caramels and much discussion of budget balancing; Golden Rule suppers by candlelight. Jacquy Proctor, President; Shirley Ham- ilton, Vice President; Joan Webster, Trea- surer; Priscilla Williams, Secretary. [5i]
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" A " Society Yearbook A girl is eligible for membership in Abbot ' s athletic society when she has won 250 ath- letic points and received a High Beta rating twice, once in the period just pre- ceding elections. She is then privileged to wear the lovely big Abbot-blue " A " . It is possible but difficult to win the " A " in two years; Connie Cross and Phyll Crock- er did it. Most points are won in the fall season, the longest of the three, when a varsity team counts 40, sub-varsity 35, and a club team 30 points. In the shorter seasons points are won in proportion. On our annual picnic Cole ' s station wagon has come in for heavy duty to near- by beaches where fast and furious baseball is played between the " Ga ' s " and the " Gr ' s, " with Miss Hearsey and Miss Carpenter taking part. ' Tis strange, but invariably true that on such picnics some- one falls accidentally into the ocean and has to be rescued by all the rest! The " A " Society offers countless joys. Joan Webster, President. Doris Sawyer, Secretary- Treasurer. Back Row: Chase, S. Cole Middle Row: Cross, B. Fowler, Bolten, Knox, Sawyer, Hall, Crocker, Harrison Front Row: Howard, Eccles, Webster We were all terribly excited when we were elected to the Yearbook Board this fall. Hectic meetings with photographer, en- graver and printer began almost at once, and a dummy was figured out for us per- fect dummies. Arguments about the cover, light red or burgundy — more " ads " - Marie asking Bobbie " Have you tried the Inn? " — Mary Dean whipping around get- ting everyone in the strangest poses— " We ' ll have to cut four pages out of that too " — Taxi lending her artistic self- Weaver writing en route to and from school — Pat and Gitty tearing their hair- late meetings in Room 62 — Fowler writ- ing like mad — Duchess with her inde- scribable flair — one more week and we go to press — time out for Miss Rath ' s crackers and cheese — Libby being much more than " ex officio " — all this and more! Editor-in-chief, Joan Webster; Business Manager, Marie Bertram; Assistant Business Manager, Barbara Brown; Art Editor, Jane Littauer ; Literary Editors, Barb Fowler, Gitty Wind, Pat Elliot, Bettie Weaver; Photog- raphy, Mary Dean Naff and Libby Travis. Back Row: Brown, Naff, Travis, G. Wind Front Row: Littauer, B. Fowler, Webster, Bertram, Weaver, Elliot 
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