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Indianapolis Shortridge High school Daily Echo (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Indianapolis, Indiana
Shortridge daily Echo thursday september 28, 1911. Shortridge daily Echo Shortridge High school file phone main 2476 William n. Otto Mana fing editor published every school Day by the daily Echo press William n. Orro and Guy d. Miller managers. Rates subscriptions�?$1.00 per year in Advance by mail in Indianapolis $l.r>0 extra for postage. Semester rate 6uc Mont Fly rate 20c, delivered at the school. Advertising rate made known upon application to the Manakin Ioctl tor. Entered As second class matter sept. 17, 1909, at the Post Otrice at Indianapolis Indiana under the act of March 3, 1879. The manat Iii editor and the Man Ajmer Are members of the Shortr Dixe High school faculty. Monday editor Austin Clifford a Nooi. Editor Ehtor John Henderson Vire inia Kingsbury assistants Frank Gastineau Esther Thompson Dean Francis Edward Ehrensperger Harmon Bross tuesday editor Ralph Thompson assistants Florence Moffet Albert Quigley Mary Clippinger Walter Edwards wednesday editor Vernon Burns assistants Georji a Jarvis Mary Southwick Leon Hook Edith Frost Garrett Olds thursday editor i Thlu Lewis assistants Earl Stevenson Katharine Jameson Samuel mantel Mary Elizabeth Howo Bernice Vaughn Hal White Ethel landia Friday staff Oliver Stout Mil Rassman Henry Holton Dorothy Haskett Hail soccer captains come to that soccer meeting. Pretty Good Tennis we be had. When Are those class elections coming let us have 100 i it oys in the study Hall today. How did you like the reunion in the auditorium yesterday. Everything is getting Fine Early Start organizations and athletics both. The girls Are started now and they expect to have a Banner year in athletics. With the excellent captains and managers chosen we Are sure to have a successful soccer season. There have been several upsets in this year s Tennis tourney. The younger to s Are playing a Fine game. Learn the game there arc very few people now in school who have played soccer to any extent but there Are enough to teach the others. The freshmen and sophomores have probably never seen a soccer game so it behoves the rest to help them. It is to be hoped that an exhibition game can be played on Irwin Field or at Washington Park As a curtain Raiser to one of the big football games. This was successfully done twice in the first two years of the sport and was its first introduction to the people of Indianapolis. But before that can be done we must learn the arts of the game in order to give a Good exhibition. There Are plenty of vacant Fields and if a dozen boys or so could get together and play some the teams could Start off at top Speed. Learn the main Points of the game buy a Rule Book and get to work. Tennis prizes one of the circumstances which has Given Tennis such an impetus and has caused a Large entry list is the numerous prizes donated by sporting goods houses. Great credit is due the boys who solicited the prizes but still More is due the firms who donated the prizes such As Tennis net Racquet Case Etc. It shows the Public spirit of the concerns and their friendliness toward Shortridgert. While of course the Quot a Quot is the great prize nevertheless it arouses More interest and makes better playing when there is a prize for the Winner of consolations Etc. On behalf of the Tennis enthusiasts we express our gratitude to those firms who have helped make this tournament a Success. Essentials we Are All familiar with those students who always get the very Best Marks and yet contrary to the Laws of nature do not seem to study very hard. Everybody has some time or other won dered Why it is that some pupils can read a history or English assignment through Only once and yet can recite that lesson metropolitan school of music North and Pennsylvania its. Opposite Shortridge lessons 50 cents to $3.00 phones main 2716 i new 1883 better than some other pupils who have read it through three or four times. The invariable answer to this question is that some students Are brighter than others. We shall not attempt to oppose this idea but shall Endeavor to Analyse that particular kind of brightness that allows some students in Shortridge to Lead a life of comparative ease. The Success of a student is not so much due to an Over Supply of Gray matter As to the ability to pick out the essential facts from a lesson and let the rest go. A student with this ability can read a lesson through Only once and then have an accurate outline of the lesson in his mind for he picks Only the major Points which a of course Are in close Terence so that a mental review of it Chat he has read clinches every fact in his mind. On the other hand a student who is unable to grasp essentials finds after Reading a lesson through once that he does not have a Clear idea of what he has read for the very simple reason that he has picked up a major Point Here a minor one there and so on with the result that he has no mental outline of what he has read for his Points Lack Union. The Points do not stand out in his mind As a connected whole but As individuals. When he has read the lesson through three times he has obtained All the major Points but with them whole tribes of unimportant Points so that when he is called upon to recite he is not sure of his ground. The brain of an Ordinary mortal is not Large enough to House with Comfort any but major or essential facts so in studying try to hit the essential facts and let the others go calmly on their of special Merit Black sateen petticoats of excellent heavy Grade material with sectional flounce and underlay 98c. New line of Messaline petticoats of Eppo make coming in All the wanted shades and also Black and White with pretty sectional flounce and silk underlay two styles both priced $5.00 a third floor Southl. S. Ayres Fie weather Means big eats for mine you can get it a Crawford Indiana dental College of dentistry University of Indianapolis an Oit Oriner excellent clinical advantages and perfectly equipped for the Joachine of scion Tilie dentistry in All its branches. Winter course in Qto her and ends in May. Summer course for juniors and Seniora in May and ends in october. For catalogue Anil All information Addrena Indiana dental College s. W. Cor. Delaware and Ohio its. 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