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High School Notes

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Day
22
Month
April
Year
1887
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Public Domain
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Where is the high school ball club? The catalogue will be out the 20th of May. Au examination in arithmetic will be lielil next Wednesday afternoon. Messrs. Henderson and Haley made ns a short cali Tuesday morning. The library was closed Tuesday.J Miss Loving being unable to be present. Delta Epsilon this evening will debate : Resolved, that prohibition is more etleo tive thnn high 1 ícense. One week f rom next Wednesday there will be an examination in geometry. All students wishing credit pk-ase note. The unity club is progressing finely. It dow advertises it's entertainment by pastiug notices in the high school halla. E. D. Trowbridge has presented a small sized copy of the famous picture "ührist before Pilate" to the Hobart guild. A silver watch with a gold chain has been lost by one of the pupils. Any information concerning it will be kindly received by the superintendent. The tennis courts back of the building have been put in order and on fine days is a popular resort. We hope we will be allowed to remain and not be asked to vacate as last year. Lyceum No. 1 ie still booming in first olas8Btle. This eveDing they will debate : Resolveit, that a limited monarchy is preferable to the present form of government in this country. A social for the student's christian associatiou will be giveu this eveuing at the resideuce of Supt. Perry, Cl Washington st. All members of the nssociation and others interestd in the work are cordially icvited to attend. The christian aasociation has just issued carda with the subjects for the remainder of the year. The aard are very neat and were pnnted in Sparata, Mich. The Bubject for this afternoon is "The Only Way." Everybody is welcome. The triennial inspeetion of the school for the purpose of determinin if the Standard is high enough to admit students to tho university diploma was held Wednesday. Prof. E. Jone made the inapection and devoted most of the time to the classic and langnages.

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Ann Arbor Democrat