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Our Prosperous Schools

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The board of trustees of district No. 1. of the city of Ann Arbor, have submitted their 32nd annual report, for the year euding Sept. 3rd., 1888. The report shows that]our schools giow more popular, hoth at home and abroad, every year. The amount of tuition collected during the past year, principally from non-resident students, aniounted to $6,257.94, the largest amount ever collected in the history of the schools. Figuring on this basis, the tuition collected daring the next five years will be more than enougli to pay the entire boncled iudebtedness of the district at present. The statisties of the report are of great interest and show the careful manner in wbich our board have doue business. receipts for '87- '88. The total receipts for the year were as follows: - BOJÍDED IXDEBTEDNESS. After the first of February next the total indebtedness of the district (aew and oíd) will be twenty-eight thousand dollars, bearing interest at five and tour per cent., the principal sum to become due and payable as follows.- The report concludes with a descripion of the uew "High School Hall" laimiug that when completed, the quipment and buildings will be equal o any.


Ann Arbor Argus
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