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Indianapolis Shortridge High school Daily Echo (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Indianapolis, Indiana
The daily Echo vol. 8. No. 147. Shortridge i Cidh school. Indianapolis. Thursday. Apr. It 1906. Two cents Vuk Promise to att pid the pro tomorrow Eveis my 25 Cei sits admission official Public schools to whom it May concern an examination for All grades of teachers licenses will be held in the teachers room Shortr Idtse High school third flour North Street Entrance on saturday april Twenty eighth at 8 30 a. M. A fee of one Dollar is charged if the applicant is entering the examination for the first time. Pens and Ink will be furnished. Manuscript Blanks will be on Sale at the building attention is called to the revised edition of the License system adopted by the Board of school commissioners several copies of which Are being sent to each building for distribution by principals to those teachers who Are interested. This is of interest to teachers who have temporary certificates and those who have not completed their assistants and principals certificates. The changes made in the License system Are chiefly for the purpose of giving teachers wider latitude in the Subjec Lri which they offered in examination for these certificates. These changes in the main will be found in sect oils 8, 9, and 10 of article i on pages five and six of Tho pamphlet also in Section 1, of article Iii Section 1 of article in and sections 1 and 2 of article Vii. Respectfully c. N. Kendall superintendent of schools. Aprih9, 1906. No. 199. To principals and teachers those teachers who desire a change of Grade building or other change in their work for the coming school year beginning in september will please notify the superintendent to that effect on or before saturday april 28th. It will be Well to name three build Ings in the order of preference. Please make letters Short and to the Point. Teachers who intend to resign at the close of the year will Confer a favor by notifying the superintendent of the fact. Such information will be regarded As confidential if so desired. No resignation will be accepted after july first except for very urgent and unforeseen causes. It should be borne in mind that owing to the numerous requests which will probably come to the superintendent As a result of this notice a relatively Small number can be granted. Respectfully g. N. Kendall superintendent of schools. April 19, 1906. No. 200. To members of the principals club the next and last meeting of t he principals club fit a the season has been postponed by vote of the club until tuesday evening. May first when miss share will read a paper on Quot French respectfully c. N. Kneall superintendent of schools. April 19, 1906. No. 201 to principals and teachers a the ninth lesson in training will be taken up on monday april Twenty third. Respectfully William a. Steger director physical training. April 19, 1906. No. 202 to principals please Send to the school office the present addresses of the teachers of your building. These lists should contain every teacher s name including supervising principals assistant principals directors of practice and teachers of German. If any place is filled by a substitute teacher give the name of the substitute and regular teacher also. These lists should be in the office saturday april Twenty first. Where changes of residence occur principals will immediately notify the office. Respectfully c. N. Kendall superintendent of schools. April 19, 1906. No. 203. To principals his excellency governor Hanly has designated Friday april 27th, As Arbor Day to be observed throughout the state. A copy of the governor s proclamation will be sent to each school. Wherever practicable the Day should be observed in the schools. Principals who desire should make requisition on the business director for Trees not later than saturday of this week. Respectfully c. N. Kendall superintendent of schools. April 19, 1906. No. 204.history --0- department h is charge of exercises. Or of orchestra plays a glee club Siu Jiso or. Dunn annoy vices Junior on Friday Nii Fht. The exercises which i were held in the auditorium yesterday morning were in charge of or. Dunn and the history department and were of a patriotic nature. The Orch Stra played our great National hymn Quot America Quot and the school standing Sang it As Well As another and older song 1l was a new and great experience losing this old and very Soho a the words to which few of us had Ever seen before noted As the tune itself is. Shortridge is probably the first Puvalic school in Indianapolis to sing it. There were four recitations on the program All of which were Well spoken especially that of Paul be Neon which made a great Jessie Metcalf Ralph Edenharter and Merrill Potter were the other speakers. The glee club rendered a Ballad on Cornwallis to the tune Quot Maggie they responded to an encore by repeating the quaint old National tune. Or. Dunn made several announcements chief among which was the announcement of the Quot Junior prom., which As everyone should know takes place Friday night in Ilie gymnasium. The orchestra played the closing number consisting of a mixture of patriotic Sony. They were encoded vigorously Atul responded with the same Plecki. The first hour classes did not recite. Shortride it e wins. Tuesday afternoon on the liver Side Diamond the Shortridge baseball team Defeated tie plunger Atli Letic club team by a score of 8 to 4. The work of capt. Scott who was in the Box f or Shoi Ridge was the feature 01 the game and it was his work that was chiefly instruments in the winning of his team. Tiie team has a game scheduled wit ii the faculty for wednesday and expects an easy Victory. Thomas orchestra. The Thomas orchestra which played in the Caleb Mills Hall yesterday afternoon and night was a great Success. All their pieces were Well received especially the concert overture in e minor which was written by. Or. E. B. Birge director of music in the Indianapolis Public school and also director of the Short Ridge orc Viestra it was an event of great Lerest to Indianapolis to have this famous orchestra play a composition by our Well known townsman. The Cliance to hear this great orchestra Vas probably the Best musical Opportunity Indianapolis has Ever had and it is to be regretted that More s did not Avail Tjem selves of it. Or. Birge announces that tile Sai be Opportunity will be Given again next year if possible and he Hopes to see Liaf of the pupils of Shortridge present. Cross country run. The Shortridge Cross country club which has just organized will first meeting and run next saturday morning at Nuivo o clock. The meeting place will lie at Bosson s on North Illinois Street near forty third. Will Taggart is manager and the Captain will be Tiosen saturday. The club expects to to develop new material for the track teat and willies to get As Man members As possible. Vou can join her to will Tigart or Oliver Copeland. Those win live already joined Are Zelanti. I ail Art. Fish Bein Riu Liba i Waldorf. Hendrixson d. Bossi Tif Isson Wolf Bonnell Miller Lowry Rippinger of Mllton Julian and new by. Miss Brannon should try for the track team. She surprised several demure students last Friday by making a a Uick run of in Fly Yards Dovon the Hull after a Recreant student. Time 1-5 seconds world s record. The piece that n Ade such a list last wednesday was called Quot Lunser Heinrich Quot which in Elij Liu i Means Quot our tiie orchestra dedicated it to Dieury Knippenberg the drummer. Get Myrtle Pierce to Tell you How she coi a tuned a spilling match yesterday in Misso hair s fifth hour English class. 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