Spelling Match A fair stand-up spelling match will take place in the First Male Grammar chool, High school building, to-morrow, >etween the "Invinciblcs" and the " Un- :onquerables." The sides were chosen his morning, and each pirt« feels confi- lent of gaining tho victory. The boys lave certainly selected good names. The ides are represented by the following lupils: Invincibles—Allen K. Krause, Geo. S. Reinoehl, Wm. IT. Lauser, Walter M. wope, John H. Yingst, Jos. K. Katzenberger, Daniel Zeller, Ray II. M. Light, Walter G. Strickler, John E. Hartman, Edwar.l L. Sholly, Fred. Embich, Ray Moeckel, Eugene W. Kratzer, Chas. H. Cox, Walter W. Wolf, Ed. F. Helms, Geo. A. Ramsay, Gerald J. FitzGerald, lenry L. Hartman, J. Uauer Reinocbl. Unconquerable!.—James W. Gilbert, Tro. L. Coleman, Ray A. Mohr, Harry C. Weitzel, Ray Miller, Wm. D. Boltz, 'aulj. Werner, Wm. II. Wormkesel, ohn C. llonck, Samuel S. Gates, Edw. j. Sholly, John Zeller, Samuel P. Black, lobert L. Miller, Theo. P. Jones, Paul il. Spangler, Oliver Simmons, Edward ?. Ramsey, Edw. F. Gill, Harry W. Frey, Wm. A. Maguire.