Athletics - Fenstermacher
All preparations have been made for the staging Friday afternoon at the Fair grounds of the annual spring athletic meet of the Public School Athletic league. Superintendent of City Schools Edwin S. Monroe believes believes that over ff\'e thousand people will witness the track meet and folk dances. In %vhlch four hundred pupils Of the city schools will participate. Committees of school men and local local citizens have prepared the Fair grrounds for the event. The running events will he held- on the track in front of the grandstand; the jump events In the enclosure just In front of the grandstand; while the Folk and Highland Fling dances by thp girls will be given on the band platform. In plain view of every onlooker. Central Central high school orchestra will furnish the music for the dances. The Muskogee Electric Traction company has made -""angements to have six or eight cars in service on the Fair grounds line, and there will be no difficulty in transporting any size crowd that may turn out. genferal interest being taken In athletic athletic work in the schools, and the co-operation co-operation of the parents with the school euthorities in fostering physical edu- catlony insures an immense crowd to see the games and dances. Admission is absolutely free. The program will begin exactly at two o'clock, and the judges Jvill be assigned to separate classes, so that manv events will be run off at the same time. This will be the first public public exhibition of the athletic work being being done in the city schools, and pupils have been so well coached b.v C. H. Fenstermacher, director for boys, and Miss Bernice Veltch. director director for the girls, that a creditable showing will certainly be made. Every pupil will be numbered, and score cards giving names and numbers numbers of participants will be distributed. distributed. The winners will be announced as soon as each event Is finished.