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High School Graduates

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A special meeting of the Board of Eduoation was held at the office of J. E. Beal Monday, June 2üth, at 5 p. m. Present - Trustees Bach, Smith, Beal, Eberbach and Mills. Upon motion of Trustee Eberbach, Principal Pattengül was instructed to sign the graduating class diploma us acting-superin tenden t. Prof. Pattengill read the following lis - of students recommended by him for graduating diplomas: CLASSICaL COURSE. M. Ethel Bancroft, Elizabeth S. Brown, Henry J. Brown, jr., "Wülis L. Gelston, Christine H. Halier, Liilian M. Hillman, Ezra C. Knapp, Lucile V. Matchett, R. Burns Otis, Hugh M. Parrish, Philip L. Svhenck, Lucile C. Stone, Daniel D. Schurtz, J. Walter Yaughan. latín course. Blanehe Abbott, Fleda J. Anderson, Faye Bodmer, Allen M. Broomhall, Henry J. Brown, jr., Allen M. Hoyt. Caroline Klingman, Nellie II. Hamfltoa, Lucile V. Matchett, E. Olive MacNaughton, Lucile C. Stone, Cora Wíigner, Mary L. Weidemann. ENGLISH PREPARATORY. Thomas U. Fuller, Anna G. Matteson, Robert B. MaLacnlan, Louise E. Richard, Harriet M. Cornwell. BNGLISH COMMERCIAL. Clara E. Bedford, Willis Kent, Henry Schnierle, Mary Sheffold, Cora M. "Wise. SCIENTIFIC COURSE. Fred Bury, Guy Bates, Allen M. Broomhall, Edwin S. Clapp, Markham Cheever, Jno. H. Crosby, Richard D. T. Hollister. Genevra S. Hoadley, Jessie M. Horton, Roscoe Huston, Leila E. Kelly, Elizabeth Capitola Pennell, Thomas p. Sanford, Gracia B. Rhead, Lulu A. Saddler, Henry Schnierle, Otto Schairer, Jno. B. Taylor. ENGINEERING COURSE. Fred S. Clevenger, Laurence Whitlark, Robert Hall. CERTIFICATES OF PROFICIEXCY IN BOOKKEEPING. Maud J. Moss, Marie J. Schaeberle. Upon motion of Trustee Smith, the list asread by Prof. Pattengili was approved and the aeting-superintendent instructed to issue the proper diplomas. Upon motion of Trustee Beai, the matter of increased class room in the High School building was referred lo the committee on buildings and grounds. Trustee Smith moved that the teachers and text books committee confer with the superintendent and principal and teachers of the High Schooi and report a plan for preventing High School students loitering on the streets between class hours, which motion prevailed. Upon motiort of Trustee Beal the board adjourned. Kate Louise Crawford is the first colored woman to gradúate from the Medical Department of the University of Michigan. She is a gradúate of the Ann Arbor High School. Before coming to the University Miss Crawford taught school in St. Louis, Mo., for a number of years. Four years ago she entered the medical class of '98. Her work has been under great disadvantages but sound sense and perseverance have gained her a degree. Personally, Miss Crawford is reserved and dignified, her individuality having won for her the admiration and best wishes of every other member of the class of '98. There is a great field of work among her people in which Miss Crawford, will prove herself a credit to the class with whom she graduated.- Courier.'


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