john marshall fight 1930

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john marshall fight 1930 - Ife, SB. BMSSMIBa SPh S OF COYER TO MAKE FIGHT...
Ife, SB. BMSSMIBa SPh S OF COYER TO MAKE FIGHT Group of, Marshall Parents and Pupils To Ask School Board to Retain Teacher ' Entire Case Talked Over at Mass Meeting of Tenth Ward People Fifteen adults and youths of both cps inlcudimr nunlls and alumni of John Marshall High School and parents of pupils, were appointed l.i.it evening to confer with the lentil of Kihlcation on the tm- tm- ji.ised dismissal of Hubert K. Coyer, i,hvir.il ilirector at Marshall. They were appointed at a pro tect meeting of 250 persons in the fl'enth Ward Republican Headquarters, Headquarters, 333 Driving Park Avenue, cilicd bv Charles K. Bostwick and presided over by William Doane of 1 U Airanna futhsf rT a .lohn Marshall pupil. Cleveland Orinnell of 2.0 Electric Avenue, an Bostwick to See. Weft The committees follow: Pupils, r niin t,,,. orM o,, a rue; Arnold Wilson, 6 Dorothy .vrnuc; Alton Parker, 02 Dorothy Avenue; Walter Russell. 147 Prini-nse Prini-nse Prini-nse Street and Vlnminn Verne- Verne- i. 417 Emerson Street. Parents, lerman C. Saundennan, 203 Ala- Ala- i Knickerbocker Avenue; M. J. u'hane. R4 Lapham Street; F. F. anpworthy, 252 Kislingbuiy Irect. and Mr. Doane. Alumni, 'red Russoil, 347 Primrose Street; 'homas Berry, 235 Augustine Meet; Dorothy Fawcett, 269 Albe-inile Albe-inile Albe-inile Street; Burton Harness, lfiO astman Avenue, and Mr. Grinncll. When Superintendent of Schools Terhert S. Weet returns to Roch-ter Roch-ter Roch-ter next Monday, Mr. Bostwick V a public hearing -of -of the Coyer i.e, Tho committees will attend the hearing: and present a petition f'ned by taxpayers of the ward. Mr. Weet will give us a square rVal. when he learns how matters and," Mr. Bostwick assured his itidience. The difficulty arose when It was learned that Mr. Coyer was not to br recommended for appointment f a regular teacher at the expiration expiration of his three-year three-year three-year probation period. Summer Camp Matter Statements from Herman A. Nor ton, director of physical educa- educa- tmn in the public " schools, and Klmcr W. Snyder, principal of John Marshall, said that Mr. Coyer will not be recommended for sev eral reasons, Including lack of abll-i'y abll-i'y abll-i'y to fill his job. It is charged that Mr. Coyer never hag cooperated cooperated with the school faculty, end that he has not the full support, support, of the pupils. Continued on rage Twenty-one Twenty-one Twenty-one UPF0R1MS

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle23 Apr 1930, WedPage 17

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)23 Apr 1930, WedPage 17
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