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Ann Arbor High School

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Day
6
Month
April
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mrs. Tjrueblood's recital in the chapel last Friday evening was as usual of the highest order. There was a large attendance, and quite a neat sum was realized for the sewing school. The different group pictures that are to be used in the Omega are being taken. The Clio and Arena were photographed last Saturday, and the Lyceum expect to have their pictures taken this week. The dance to be given next week is an assured success, and the committee on arrangements is to be congratulated. They desire to have it announced that all who intend to go should notify them at once as there s a limited number of tickets and here are only a few left unsold. Prof. Wines entertained the mem)ers of the senior class last Tuesday evening at his home on State Street, o give them a chance to help the celetion. There were about fïf teen or twenty couples present and the evening was pleasantly spent by all. Speeches were madeby Profs. Wines and Kelsey and also a number of the class. The general opinión of the seniors is that there is no ar or the school equal to the one vho is the new President of the üouncil. The long looked for appoinments 'or the senior commencement exercises were made last Tuesday in ;hapel. Out of thirty to choose rom the following eleven were seected: Joseph Acarborough, Louise Weinmann, Gentvieve E. Mills, "rederic J. Austin, Della Read, VVinifred Beman, Wal ter Curtís, S. jOuise McKenzie, Ralph Farnum and E Belle Beals.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News