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Indianapolis Shortridge High school Daily Echo (Newspaper) - October 17, 1906, Indianapolis, Indiana Lao Jjo of Hsih 3ht v. \ Jav j in Nti Latisi at Voi. 9. To. Life of 2 3rijui oct. J 7, 100�\ ill Ujj Quot auditorium or. Jacob p. Dunn to speak on Quot Indiana Jessie Breadheft to Render violin Solo orchestra to play. The main feature of to Day s program will be or. Jacob p. Dunn s speech on Indiana indians Quot. Or. Dann for Many years has been a prominent member of the Indiana historical society and has contributed liberally to local history records. In the Commonwealth series which deals with the various states in the Union he furnished the article relative to Indiana. Or. Dunn was formerly state librarian and under the administration of John w. Holtzman was City comptroller. The musical part of the program also promises to be excellent. Miss Jessie Breadheft a Shortridge Pupil will rive a violin Solo and the orchestra will again be heard. Tie sixth hour classes will not recite the fourth and fifth hours reciting the fifth and sixth s concert series promises to be As popular As it was last year. The people s concert association gave the initial concert of the season 1906-7, in Caleb Mills Hall last monday a vening. Every seat had been sold and a number of people stood throughout the concert. The celebrated baritone Guisseppe lamp anal and mrs. Jeannette Duro Collins a Pupil of Eschet Lutzky of Vienna gave the program. All the members were enthusiastically received and both artists responded generously to encores. Of the piano numbers perhaps none gave More genuine pleasure to the audience than the Dainty Quot humor esque Quot by Chaikowski Lescheditzky s famous Quot arabesque Quot and the Quot Berceuse Quot from Chopin. As one of his encores Campanari Sang the magnificent Quot Toreador Quot song whose popularity was shown in the applause elicited by the first chord of the prelude. The program closed with the great artist s singing of the a a tar Eutelia Quot by Rossini. The next concert of the series occurs november ii. High school pupils would do Well to secure seats a the demand is always great. l i october of Rpse seniors fio have lox credits Ralph Abbott i Rede Aidrich Grace Rol Margaret Barr gracb4a a i Margaret Baughman brr was off Quot Ethel Bishop Georgl aaa Ond Veleair or Bookwalter Eva fib Mian Lilac Braddock Elizabeth Brewster Madge Brokaw edit ii Brown Margaret Browning Earl Burgess Jessie Falla Han Bernice Campbell Isabelle Cowen Marie Craig Mary Dallas Joe Daniels Eunice Davis Margaret Dean Raye Dreyer Margaret Duj an Katie Duncan Bert Dwyer Carina Eaglesfield Edith Edwards Darl Ehnes Ralph Elvin Inez Empson Beulah Flickinger Miriam Furnas Catherine Gallagher Irene Gardner William Gavio Floy Gilbert Nellie gird Rober Graham Alfred Goodlet Jeannette gris Vold Alma Grumman Helen Gusdorf Julia Haines Sarah Hamler Hazel Hammel Bessie hard away. Ruby Haslinger Ruth Hendrickson Carrie Heston Caroline Hildebrand Jack Hinman Henry Hobbs Mamie Horn Ruth Howe Edith Hughes Leslie Harper Carnot Hodges Hazel Howe Rosalind Heims John Jameson Caroline Jennings Parker Jordan Charles Julian Mary King Raymond Kiser Marion Klus Mann Selena Kneale Mamie Lang Ridge Paul a leathers Edith Lieber Lloyd Allen Katherine Littel Bessie Lloyd,,Ethel Mccormick Agnes Mccoy,, Anna Magel Rena Mallory Edith Manville Jeannette Matthews Gertrude Mescal Hazel Miles Bess Miller Elizabeth Mills Evelyn Milner Harry Minnoch Herbert Minturn Clemans Mueller Ada Mundello Anna mantel Joe Newby Clara Niemann Hazel Orr Bertha Pennington Lulu Perry Frances Potter Ida Power Lela Pryor Catherine Luck Bonnie Ralston Richard Ranger Blessing Rassman John Rauch Hilda Reeder Ruth Richardson Clarence Rominger Emma Rogatsky Leslie Rouzer Carl Sautter Bloor Schleppey Alma Schlotzhauer Bertha sch null Leo Secttor Grace Sellers Anne Shaw Lucy Shover Richard Simpson Elma Smith Florence Snodgrass Terrell Speake Genevieve Steele William Taggart Harold Thorpe Roxana Thayer Elizabeth Thompson Adelaide Thornton Verne Tomlisson Maurice Tuli Edith Venn Curtis White Gladys Williams Hazel we hate Marie Williams Ethel Wilson Carolyn Woerner Mert Wolcott. Herman Wolff Grace Woodard Margaret Wood Bridge. Warren Wright Clara Ziegler. Flew Board to or a Max mqn1>ay to consist it Ora -.-i?, Iri i a a h 1&Quot ,. To Sre wer it it to Doacha on monday the new athletic Board cd of mrs Dmitiri. A do. Thomas an9. A std Fate potty members and will Gavin Edwin Hancock and Robert Hendrickso students met for the first time Quot they Brigani cd with or. Dunn As chairman. Robe v Hendrickson vice chairman will Gavin Secretary and miss Donnan treasurer. Or. Dunn then took Charpe of the Mestini and the Board elected or. Garter manager of the foot Ball team. He was voted 825 for immediate expenses of the team. The Board discussed equipping tie foot Ball team and decided to do so As far As the present financial condition of the association will allow. Jatin Hancock and or. Jthomas Ere appointed a committee to act with or. Carter in securing a coach. The foot Ball Teui received a crushing blow a announce that it in. it to tal o charge Bis year a former years or. Brewer s business has Kepi him in this City and he a As been Able to devote a portion of his time each Day to coaching our foot Ball team but he expects to be out on Fife Road a great Deal this fall and so cannot be depended upon to whip the boys into shape for the manual game. However a competent Man will l e secured at once As capt. Leathers cannot Bear up under his double Burden much longer. The committee will probably make Bill Spaulding Captain of Wabash for two years Gan offer. They Hope to have Little trouble in securing him although at present he is coaching the Wabash h. S. Team. This was Quot the team which put up such a great game against Shortridge lost saturday and which showed such a thorough knowledge of the new rules. At present the Treasury of the association is in a very depleted condition and Means must be found for replenish in it. The Board discussed ways of securing some ready Money but did not decide upon anything definite. Thursday afternoon at 2 30 All girls and women teachers will go to the auditorium for fifteen minutes. B ask i Ltd Lito Jfe a Sci by let r inter class b2iker�ofit the juniors and seniors for their. Up a Pri As there is Only on. In rtt prance before the inter Clas Arne much attention was Given to Devenc Ping and of rafts team work. first had the flow i ii iii engaged in a fast skirmish. There were enough men out to make up Tiro. Teams but in the preliminary practice it was easily seen that the men on last year s team would probably qualify again. With Hendrickson As enter Ibi amp lit Bosson and Charles Morey As and a Chic Quot Bertei capt and Bob Bosson As guards the juniors Promise to have an excellent team. After about Twenty minutes the seniors were a Xvi the floor. The men who turned out for the various positions were d , Schleppey Foli Ards and who uni of Range and Browder guards. The senior ? devoted All of their time about to r3e-quarters of an hour to practising trick plays and throwing a the juniors again came on the j unions who have Gat they Ai. C. A., played the ther juniors but it was throughout walk away i Quot the former who All played in their accustomed form. For the latter Judd and Benson were the stars. The teams of both classes Promise to be exceptionally Strong. For the seniors r in o Haver will probably Star at a Al throwing while the juniors Ali have All their old quickness and ability. It is urged that men turn out since the class games Are Only a week . Richard Simpson Alice Brannon Quot Ain t i Bright Quot politeness compels our acquiescence. Mabel Shaw Quot yes i believe in the theory of Mabel also practices her belief Mae Belle Sinaw. Mary Bush Quot of goodness there s an Echo editor Quot. Mary had just unexpectedly assumed a sitting position on the stairway. Miss Dillman Quot i expect to see the roof fall every time you move Clifford Browder Quot. Is this Anticipatory subjunctive or. Carr Callen Thomas Quot gee we were treated swell after the game last saturday Quot

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