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Indianapolis Shortridge High school Daily Echo (Newspaper) - January 21, 1907, Indianapolis, Indiana
The daily Echo vol. 9. No. 86. Shortrid6� High school Indianapolis monday Jan. 21, 1007 two cent legislator discuss a income tax in overtime report on the Bill is accepted a Many Good speeches made. Senator. Truer Melville Cohn it be Man the senatorial hostilities on last Friday by appealing from the decision of the chair. Parliamentary discussion waxed warm bats Ina Tor Teller c mid Erin i discretion the better part of valor relapsed involuntarily into a state of inaction. The real business of the meeting was begun when president Tillman left the chair and vigorously attacked the Quot income tax Quot Bill. President Tillman declared the measure socialistic in its tendencies and advocated the defeat of the Bill. Senator Teller followed senator Tillman and ably aided in the attack upon the Bill. The senator from Colorado declared that the Passa in of the measure would be legislative discrimination. Senator Frye Anna Louth Lin took advantage of senator s Teller s plea of discrimination and declared that the great Middle class of the country is discriminated against. The senator declared that the passage of the Bill would do away with discriminate us in taxation and equalize the distribution of burdensome taxes. Senator Lafollette Robert Arm Strong also defended the measure with a lengthy Type written speech. It is a High compliment to this diminutive senator to state that the excellence of his speech was Only surpassed by its length. Senator Allison Raymond Kiser ridiculed the provisions of the Bill and declared that to put a tax on incomes Means simply to Quot work Quot people. The Bill was committed and while the committee discussed the measure senator Turner Prentice Robinson addressed the senators. He likewise attacked the measure on the grounds of unjust discrimination and denounced the Bill As inimical to a sound state of Economy. The minority report of the committee upon the Bill was read after some discussion the majority report was also read. No vote was Tai ten upon the reports. After a most profitable and enthusiastic meeting the body adjourned. Joe Newbyth Lead seconds a faint manual. The illness of Byram Gates has resulted in the promotion of Louis Gregoire to the first team. Thug promotion necessitated the election of a new Captain for the second Basket Ball squad and Joe Newby was Given the position. He will probably prove his abilities As a Leader next Friday night. Newby is a fast player and a hard worker and deserved the Honor accorded him. He has not been playing regularly but nevertheless be serves As a Good example to his team mates we Hope he May Lead Liis men to Victory on Friday.1907 Basket Ball team heretofore All Hurtridge basketball teams have been identified with two separate years As the 1905-1906 team. However this season s team engager in no of Lucial contest until january 4. For this reason the team should be called the 1907 team and not the 1906-1907 talk. Captain Bob is expected to run a great race in the 440, Liis year. Z the team will be Well supplied with distance runners. The two by a Siroos Henderson Hamilton and Hatfield will enter the Lon distance runs. Hubbard and Bonnell ought to a bring Home the Bacon Quot in the sprints Newby and Ehnes will take care of the hurdle races. Several weight men will have to be developed. The interesting schedule is inciting the boys to conscientious practice. Drummond is showing up will in the pole vault. Hamilton and Newby will probably enter the High jump As a Side Issue. Gavin Mccotter and Thomas Are expected to try for the Hammer throw shot put and discus. Norman Joseph and John Gauchat will try for the sprints their ability is Well known and they will make the old Raen Hustle to retain their places. Broad jumpers Are scarce. Or. Woodhams certainly is a Good manager. His conscientious efforts have made him popular with the boys. Game goes to cd a a Fordsville by 40 to 11 play fast Brilliant games Shaffer stars for Shortr Idjo a. Last. Saturday even intr in the Shortridge Yinti Asilum Tii Quot Strong Crawford Vilie team demonstrated it superiority Over Shortridge by defeating us 40 to 11. The Sere to Lough a Large one just about demonstrates the difference be tween the two teams. Crawfordsville Quot had it on a it Quot in every dts apartment of the game their fast Pas Ini rapid Hoor work and accuracy in hitting the Basket being the Stellar features of the play. Maloney and Vaughn played the a St e ame for Brawt ords Ville. Shutter made All tout two of tie posits registered l y Short Ridge. Liaf resolved itself into a r by and Tumble to it with Short ring getting the worst of it. Ertel was pitted la Maloney the fastest and Rouk Hest player on the visiting of Ain. Maloney repeatedly slugged and t ripped and a Tigard Les sturdy than Ertel would have been Able to stand the gruelling. Ertel however was equal to the occasion and in the end c Une our on lop. Except Lor t he. Routh work in the Sec ital Ltaif t ii Maine was an interest it g one a d w is Rendi Refl spectacular by Lii in it or work and the Long Dis Ranc shots of the visitors. Snort Ridin a will play Craw i r let a Lull a return game at Bosson elected a member of athletic Board. At Sweeting of the athletic Board last thursday Richard Bosson was elected to fill the place left vacant by the resignation of Robert Hendrick son. Hendrickson s election to the track captaincy necessitated his resignation from the athletic Board. Richard Bosson has been identified with Shortridge athletics since his freshman year and his election As a member representing the Junior class has the endorsement of All his class m club notice. The glee club will meet this afternoon at 2 30, every member must be present. L. B. Mcmullen. People s concert offers a pleasing variety. The fourth people s concert to be Given to night promises to be very entertaining. The program is unusually charming and varied with Herr Grienauer cellist mme. Grienauer Soprano and Marian Green Basso. The greater part of the program in Given to Herr Grienauer cellist. There is no instrument so human As the violin cello and it has been said of Herr Grienauer that he suggests by his playing As few artists can the human Nice in its wide Compass its Rich Quality and varied expression. Mme. Grienauer has the to if of varied and Beautiful expression ranging from the playful to the tender or pathetic. Both these artists As Well As Marian Green have been been enthusiastically received in this country. Tickets for to night s concert Are on Sale a the school Tolice or at d. H. Baldwin Scharles Ertelt leave school at close of semester. On last saturday evening Quot Chick Quot Ertel probably appeared for the last time in a Shortridge uniform Quot Chick Quot has been the and of the season and his fast Heady play inst has won him Many admirers. Aside from his athletic Abi titles Quot Chick Quot is a popular fellow and his Many friends Are sorry to hear that he is to a ave school. Chick Quot will enter the business world. Here s to his expected to Settle for tickets. F rom the Liberal Advance Sale of tickets for the entertainment next thursday a Gratifying attendance May be anticipated. Most of the seniors have taken tickets to dispose of and they Are expected to Settle with the treasurer will Taggart on or before wednesday i trials Effin to Day at 8 30, in room 37. The Semi annual civics i trials will begin this morning at 8-30, in room 37. The first second third sixth and seventh hours will each have a differ ent Case to consider. Visitors Are Welcome at the trials
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