Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1920

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In Physics class J. W. Moore displayed his brilliancy by the following: M . Royer if a man were to sit by a steel bridge and play a violin of the same pitch as iilIIIlIIIIIIIIi ?2Qe F1iAsHL1G1-IT 2i, !llIllIIIIHI S SS r We appreciate such talent and deep thinking in our class and we are proud to be Y the bridge in time the bridge would be destroyed by the sympathetic vibrations." a friend of one so scientifically inclined. l Mr. Dudley fin Psychologyj-"Habit is a petrified impulse." Junior Collins-"Is that right? I thought it was a petrified action." 0-.li In 4-B History Class after a very testing basket ball game, Miss Davis, the girls' basket ball coach, hurriedly exclaimed, "Cosette, I am going to foul you if you don't stop talking." -ii We ask Miss Christopher if she can name the benefits derived from an enlistment in the Unit,ed States Army, as she had no papers to grade. l.,..o-.il FRESHMEN BONES scene where the Prince of Morocco makes his choice of the caskets appeared these words, "Exit Prince with his train." X The class in 1A English was reading "The Merchant of Venice." At the end of the 1A English student-"Miss Goodnight, how did they get a train in the house?" We are afraid that the IA Latin classes will not be able to go on much longer as Miss Clara Jackson sat down on the principal parts of a verb. the stairs, as Frances Blain finds it impossible to walk down them. She recently fell ,J We wish to ask the Principal of the Abilene High School to widen the steps on down the stairs and sprained her ankle. Miss Sievert-"Inez, who went to the baths in Rome?" ' Inez Cope-"I don't know but it looks like they all ought to." Miss Sievert--"Characterize Caesar." Pupil-"He seized every thing he laid his hand on." FRESHMAN PEP By a Senior You rotten little freshies You're just as green as grass, THE JUNIORS I see them in the Study Hall, I hear them chewing gum, I see them whispering slyly And yet you sit in that north corner Of the deeds that they have doneg S And torment the Senior Class. They buried all the Seniors, 'Xt 3 But the Seniors came to life You think you are cute and funny In time to make each Junior And it's good for you, you do, Feel like a ten cent knife. N For the Seniors know quite better And the rest will soon know too I X For I'd bet my head, a Freshman, J I mean not one of you, Will ever amount to a hill of beans Or even a pot of beef-steak stew. . I'm thru. i Q g 123 E E f - -. E E B , W A 1 3: s sl . 'ZZ-1' - . ' 4 Q WlIIIIIlIlIIIl: - ,. ,L ,ssgkwffglf-ess- - P Allnlllllflf x. -,lf

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