The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.) 1906-1918, March 01, 1913, Image 26

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26 THE MONMAL Saturday evening. March 22. The line-up of the training school team was as follows: Forwards—Barnett and Smith. Center—P. Owen. Guards—Deputy (captain) and Conklin. Substitutes—Kohl, Jones, E. Drummev. Everyone connected with the training school, from the lively boy interested in having a gymnasium for basketball to the critic teachers and supervisors at their wits end to find room to carry on their work, is most intensely interested in the new school building which the local school board proposes to construct. „The plans are most complete and thorough, including nine recitation rooms, five offices, rest rooms, gymnasium, auditorium, rooms for manual training, domestic science, and lunch room. It is proposed to construct the building along most up-to-date lines. The plans include vacuum sweeping, the fan system of ventilation, and fire proof halls and stairways. There has been some delay in the selec­ tion of an architect and in planning to finance the large undertak­ ing but it is hoped that the building may be constructed during the coming summer. Illustrative Sentences. 1. Longitude: The longitude of North America is very long. 2. The longitude of the equator is 23 one half. 3. Actor: May Price used to be an actor in Dillon. Extracts from Compositions. One time Lincoln was at a picture show and a man came up an shot him. Mr. Lincoln and Abraham worked hard clearing off land where they could plant crops next year. Mrs. Lincoln kept losing health. George Washington had very many manners when he went anywhere at home. Questions and Answers. How was Caesar received in England? The people received Julius Caesar with darts and hurling stones.

The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.), 01 March 1913, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/TheMonmal/1913-03-01/ed-1/seq-26/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.