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  • May 18, 1913

  • Today is the last day of school for all grade and high school students who are exempt from the final examinations. Those who are exempt have passed a grade for the second year of 85, and represent a majority of the scholars enrolled.
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  • Today is the last day of school for all grade and high school students who are exempt from the final examinations. Those who are exempt have passed a grade for the second year of 85, and represent a majority of the scholars enrolled.
    Friday will wind up the examinations and start the long vacation off for one more year.
    On Friday night, 46 seniors will be graduated with appropriate exercises at the new Page Theater. Of these 46 graduates, 31 intend to continue their studies in college and universities. Seven will attend the U. of O., four the O.A.C., ten are undecided and ten will attend various other colleges scattered over the country as far as Maryland.
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    Henry Lerch swore out a warrant this morning charging his wife, Mrs. M. M. Lerch, with threatening to shoot him.
    Lerch claims his wife drove him away from home with two loaded revolvers and threatens to shoot him if he returns to the place.
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    Linemen today are installing a wire at the Isis Theater, which will carry the returns of the Anderson-Mandot fight tomorrow night over the only direct ringside wire to the Isis. This is the wire which the Sun said yesterday would probably carry the returns. In addition to the Anderson-Mandot fight, blow by blow, the wire will also give the results of the preliminaries, which begin at 8 p.m., the special event between Monte Attell and Cal Delaney, the Willard Smith fight at San Francisco and the Jack Britton-Eddie Murphy fight at Kenosha, Wis.
    Moving pictures will also be shown, and the entertainment will be perfectly proper for ladies as well as gentlemen. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
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