Prickly Pear, Yearbook of Abilene Christian College, 1916 Page: 98
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An A. C. C. Alphabet From the Girls Diaries
A-Stands for Abilene Christian College L-Is for both Loyd and Lee
Where all good boys gain their knowledge. The busiest boys in A. C. C.
B-Stands for boys, so nice and sweet -Stands for the "Mc's" at hand,
The girls all think they are hard to beat.Sewell, Coach and cCaland.
Sewell, Coach and McCasland.
C-Is for Coons, if you put him in the lightN-Is for Noles who gets many bumps
N-Is for Noles who gets many bumps
You can hardly tell whether or not he is white.uldn't get by without having the mumps.
Couldn't get by without having the mumps.
D-Is for Dunn noted as a crook, O0Is for Oliver so fiery,
Won't even pay for his annual book.Always found in Mamies'diary.
Always found in Mamies' diary.
E-Is for Ed and Earl so different in tastes.P-Is for "Pat" who could always tell
The first often studies, the latter with the girls his time The kind of a flower by its smell.
R-Stands for Rodway and Russel, the two
F-Stanas tor Frank with his nice little frown, Who can punch cows and read lboks too.
That comes right off when they let him go to town.
S-Stands for the Sikes delegation
G-Is for Gililland with that smile
They will make four great men in our nation.Spread
on so thick you can see it a mile.
H-Whom can H be but Hollis and Hugh T-Is for T. Bone and Terry so fine
The basketball players so tried and true.The pitcher and catcher of our first nine.
I-Is for Ira the poet-a treat, V-Is for Vincent who was called to meet the Dean
Anybody will tell you he can't be beat. For in his place he was never seen.
J-Stands for Jay Jackson so easy to tickle, 'WVIs for Wylie, better known as "Dick'
Everytime you meet him he asks for a nickle. A good natured fellow never known to kick.
K-Stands for Karl, "who wants to know? X. Y. Z.-Stands for "Plagiarists," each an individual crook,
Ask me and see, and I 11 tell you so." And all their ideas from the girls they have to hook.
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