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)RARY DEGREES
Lowrence Lowell today
QeftrepR uir.n tho etudeuu
toiveraity. Honorary de- 1
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-i harlea Francis
n general of (ho navy:
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if tho Aim rican Physi
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lirr. r Shattuck of Mos
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Xetters Kuno Franeke.
Oermanir museum
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I Fork, law v it.
Kviniti Lawrence ivnr
nclsnd; Hon jnmin 8KOod
WK-. physician ami matho
jW! Georpo Washington
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YALE FRESHMEN FOUR
WUI FROM HMMRD-
Big Race of the Intercollegiate
Regatta Takes Place To
day on Thames.
SFAV LONDON, Conn., lune 20 The
Vale freshman four iWcatod Harvard by
one and one-half lengths in the firsi of
tiie races on the Thames today. The
Harvard graduats ic lit won over Yale
by two leiiRthK.
The principal regatta f.ventH will come I
tomorrow, starling with th- freshman I
rare up stream fruin the drawbridge at i
10:?,0 o'clock and followed at 1 o'clock
by the varsity substitute four-oared
craws,
Thep will come the varsity substituic I
fouis over tho remainder of the four-mile I
course, and following It (he varsity eight-I
oared race, four miles down stream, late I
tomorrow afternoon.
t '. ft. Allen Jr., of Salt Lake is a mem
ber of the Vale crew.
POUGHK&EP8IE, x. v.. June 80
Continuance of good water and weather
conditions made the afternoon practlci of
the Intercollegiate regatta crews agree
able to coaches and oarsmen today. All
crews were on the river, each squad do
inn four to eight miles.
HIGH PRIVATE WINS
IT LATDNIA TRUCK1
(Continued From Procoding Page )
kliow Xl'.'.'O. Ilnr.l. TIlDS, 1 Dii Prbnzn n.
Wbtla Wool ilm run.
Slvlh mlli nA nllrnlli Supplf. 107
II, '.Oli I
plaot 11,60, nooad; QarnMU, 101 (MeOshey),
ibo ;n, talrd, Tnn i S" HnVv Lad, Bit
C3atcaby sad Helmut in'' r"
OoeUX d 'AlOne Entries.
P liiipirmlonut NWS SrYlc
At. AS. l1 . -tune :,' -Tnnn. row' four 1'AIn
rntrlot :
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In-tex. W i ' tndrx. W.
0012 The Clodar 1091 IS2 Ktnjr W I0
. - nunlar i oti i 294P Tom n io
ISM Vivian II 10'.' ISM ''oionliu 103
,w: r;rti.r totl c' round . ...to
Son'l Rao- Sfn fmlng. follim
3STJ Paroy Dandentn 106 1006 Vnni Behnslder . too
::oor, Rapartar lOSl Marts ''okmii ...too
.ins Dlsmoad Backla.1041 60161 Pratt noon . ,.100
Coin .. 10'J I !!! Kavona 100
1766 Wild Hvr in;1 .J.SI l.idy Mini . 100
3067 Kl.icwhor lflOM6 l.adr l.oinidea ...100
Third IU Onr mllo. ipIMih.
no: .tun Kulhrfont ,U4(SMf Ml Naomi 10J
?M1H Afirrmalli 111(3010 My Bounurt 10
1001 fa-" Barbar . , lttl 66SJ Jonathan .. 101
JJ(0 nonnd A Round Mil 306 Man Kmllv 00'
Fonrlli Raro- RlT furlongn. sotllne
M.-.s Toimiij M.-OW ..IIS, Ho Hinior ... 10S
:i-i Piio.l . . .10!i 260 Saii-ho faiua . (Oil
SOU Lady T'an-lilta ..lOOjtOOl Thr t.lnUa . ... S
M TlilMlo Rrlle ... lofli 2rn Pi.Iror.la 107
KS3 Muff lor.i
Klltli Rare -One "ill aollinfj.
Itaa Onataaaa M51 :9i HlRh Rana .. io ,
22 Ren t'n. aa 115! 9061 Crltle 105
IPI3 Whlddan U2l I6B6 Bddla Moii .105
:V.n l.on.1 : I .... U0 2742 Southern Oold .. lOi
dratehan o not SOW Balr t.out ioj
:V Mad HUBBTSTO 110! MO Anne M.-Cen 103
Sllli Rare 008 mile, felllnr
.,n.i 10i 20OA Kfheoner .. . 103 1
1007 Hawlay 106 SOU Jndh o'LantnrD...10l I
-ipnl.Tlna lOf.i ;.J2 MonUilk Pod ....102 I
2'.1I Joliiiatown .. 10-.I J478 BOOS 1ft2
2,- AKare 1W.i 27f.K BOPS So 102
yy,?. Hon Dlas , .10f S069 Dorothy L4eeti..ioo
Seventh Raoa OOl mllu. eellini;
XO07 lord Roaalnicton.lll SOOfi rttarlaa Oron .. 111
,f,-o wiokal i" Bastrlos Souls . . io i
SOloBpaotal Daltren Ul 6010 Baana W. . ... OS
2054 Kooioo till 293S Mona Lake .. ..105
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Today's Latonia Entries.
D Inlernational NSVS fiarrtpe.
CINQKNATf. - JOBS 20 Tomorrow- U111114 I
en'rles
Kitni na-e-Kio fiirlonira olllnc
Index tJ IndW W!j
;J1 rti.h Reao . 105" 2043 Jean Urer Ob
- Rr.ema.v . .106. "O, Kallnka .... JM
Ml EfaU Ra . .WSfSOtJ Palav I'latt J O
M ., K.nce c.oinen .105' 2171 Katrtn J10
Ardon Roe .10.5' INI 1-odona "Oj
:'i(3 Ropenlan" ..16WS1MI Red Roee 110
BaomMl Bane gls rurlnnsa, aeiiinc.
1041 P"i Oett' ..1O1IS06S6 Wilfred I3rde 106
,- i,ord Konmore . 10 8048 Jaoh main "ii
;,jn Bll, 1051 Pin Onk 16
T60 Tooland 1061 1818 Jacobite 106
' 2747 -alall 106! SMI Theo Cook 116
Thud Baea !tS and half furlonni
-W naltvalioa 1 00 1 .1043 Puchoaa Paffr . ..108
S'obb. lH '.nil Hawlhorne ..U!
;.:! i-onndauon . 108 1 28 Roaturtlum . .. IU
Kourlh Rasa BIS fiulonga
Ml wondowbT . '.'2 roll Springboard 101
m Baohalor Olrl 2' :r;o Oriental r.ari 0S
"(ii3 I.udv l.lrhlntoc . 7l 187? T. M r.rei .107
atnr laamlne .. 67 rM Roeeanx . 10T
MM! Sir Blalaa .. 7 .3011 M.rrlek 107
,,,, ,.. . 117 6671 lUohelor Pot .107
ytfth Rare One Bits
,M4 Reau-lfui 4 14468 Klrel Star 102
Hfj ,, 4, ... 6V Urania Kaima . . 101
3044 rrnne da Menthe 88l 1047 Oey Bird 107
"77 Kair K 9' fir tienrah . . 107
v:,Mr tin "n rr I- .. pri!) ard
"1J RndoUo 8 "f!5- rlnr. r.llaway 113
,io4 rallph '.''' Vi Mar.v Darla 113
Mi 't,emuipo . 061 1 W luamnca m
.13 Flnit l'eP 113
zami.cx;h is bought
by detroit tigers
Hi.f. lal 10 '"he Ti Ibuna
I IUBBOI LA Mont . ilia 80 -Manar"" OIW
Blnnlwasbtp tanlgbJ seassted the offer of Rob
ert UoOUlra, Detroit aroui. for ritehor B4UntOCn,
who pttchad the Oral aame of the MlMoula-Salt
Laka iwrlct Una week The terma of Uu aalr
were no' alren nil Zmlo.-h villi raport lo
Datnill si ""rr. The sl deprive. Btankenahip
of hia be. 1 pl'i'hei nuah. a vonngater. la a
Rood man. but he Ivan lha alfpar l.nre of Zam
lorh.
CJssV t6j allTsslTfai sT tf4 T - VQU A SORl.
1 H af 'fv I hr
Ju!a pJom r .tJ TukiL ALL WERE iNR.l.vnd See ME- 8 OCs HOO str on
W BR0r5x A mn OiUUrfi but TMe 4AwN
9ASGmJLu Jia HAPPVHtTfeMAN WH D CONNECTICUT, 3 QUCxS
SUDDENLY H& O ME H OOR. l. f TE- TH vV A a, ait nvir&L
SAW A 6ANV STetVNC. iRAT TEA CHER. ytLie 0 AT LPH Dsre
AC0S5 BROA0WAV 3 UT ' POOR H ER WlN Tl LL TEkKS DSSSTefLS OPBNS. AJiTU,-
uecooLONr WfkEtu7TPe game to tme poor, little rHe(ze wa5 a Man h
AisW, $vtwnirs K!:r-sr
IFA RAM KNOCKED rr
TtM DOWN poGS CUTGlASS D0O(jLS QfZE CKN H(D(
WOUjjTlMrauCTOO MAKC A WMOOW PANE-ACAA W Y
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I rAOrSS. AWDrVJ 77V J lAftf
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OWN THS Brf mrJj "JXEN MX CO Me pOOTupTKtrc ' WOUALE" ) TO &0 TTLL
PAtivTHVr CeVrME VHO l LAYOUT" f03T rM6 ldol A uucVtoovaJ
BbTFo. crfSC up THE" I (r5 AOU M D AnB M As:?, 0or 3 LLS aMD '
THITJTUFF BsHO POT T MTH " 3J &V I' JO 'M 00 NS P
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Australian and His Pacemakers Who Will
Compete Against Joe Fogler and Crew Tonight
G ORD rfDY IIEIim
Another programme nf ryrie. raclns; r,
the class whjcfi has mads the Bait Pal
acs saueff : suocaas tiiis season will be
offered by Manacor Floyd MacKarland
toniffht. The feature event will be a
patted match ;:ir .-i five miea between
Joe Foxier, American, and Alfred doul
iet. Australian.
Koprler will he pa-e.l I'v Kddle Rool
Proddls Hill, Martin Ryan and Hardy i
liowninsr. while liouli-' V pa emakerw will
be Jnckie Clarke, Gordon Walker. Paddy
Hehlr, Uoyd Thomas autj W. i. Mitten.
Phe riiMHrice suits FVigtcr. no he Is a
formidable rider In any five-mile race
resjardless of the class of th- field,
The C'lnrke-riigler-InwfOii ffcud Trob-
.ihly will he evidohl In the t ht ec-q 11:1 rl er-
mhe bandicap tot professionals, Clarke
and Lawaoti will stmt iTin BCtatCh in
the finu heat artd Gotlllet from the same
position in the second heat. All three
are almost rare to Qualify for the final,
which win Insure u battle royal if Clarke
makes good hia threat to ifot out and
race nil the way.
There will also be a mlss-and-out race
for Ihe professionals, with all of them,
exoepl Fogler im.i Qoullst, taking jiart.
This race will bring Lawaon and 'iorke
Logethei agali The riders will all start
frnm srraU'h and th last man at tlie
end of every two laps win have to drop
nut nf the race until only one remains,
and he Is thS winner.
The amateurs have two good races.
WARD BEATS WHITTLER AND
WHITTLER THEN BEATS WARD
ptad Wi m il 1 demonstrated '.st nigh
1 ha 1 he is not on the downhill Stretch
of his career as one of the meat, motor
rldern of the world, and that he will
not have to vieki the lupramsoy of the
Wandamere track to hli worthy goun
rival ai Ward 80 far Hub year wnlt-
tier ban been ri.lliiK olH of form ami
Ward has been winning- all Ihe BTSI
money with mtie difficulty for while
I Whlttler lisld his tongue and uM notli
iiiir Finally, however, the "vonpiing
WTaard .-oiiKl :tanu it no lonser and In
formed blc frieinN thai H had -
nuK'hlne t tin t . aut.-tl !'.K deleal iin.l thai
I ns sim.ii as it or" WeU h- would
show Ward up.
w-ii -, i;.. whiitier declared his mo
tor to be in ship shape, and lat night
the crowd went down to the motordrom
to see Ward's colors lowered. Hie two
rivals rut met In 6 H v a-mile race and
Ward won In a whirlwind flTii.sh. This
took thS confidence oul Of Toe WliltUei
fana and they began to die. red it whit
1 iers mat bine egeuss
In Hie elubi-nille race Ward led neur
it, ail the way, and when near the end
' uf the rn-e Whlttler tried to pass hlrn
1 end failed a grroan went up from Wblf
I th-r'o friend. Twn ;.vpn farther on, ln.w
1 ever, the wlaur.l unwound a SPrlBl whlob
, made Wnid look Billy, and Whlttler lln
! Isbed nearlv half a lap In the lead This
look the henrl OUt Of Ward and be
, llOWed up, letllnic Hrodberk lake aecond
. place.
In 'he amateur events McNeill hud
e ervthlua hia own WS I
1 The three-mile profeastonel race was
Hi fiercely oontestad event. In which the
rernwd tM on ii" feet nil the time Brad
beck took the lead and held it for three
laps, when Ward sprinted around him
and ro( a big advantage, with Riodbeck
and Whlttler rldlne even for second
plate. On the bill Whlttler v.-nl after
Ward strong, but In one lap he could
not overcome ids rival's lead, and Ward
won ..ut by not more than a fool.
Summary ;
First heat, two-mile match m e, uina
tsui McNeil w-;i. Bernetrom second
Time, 1 "i l-f.
First heat, live-mile anialeui- McCall
won. imih Johnson second, Duckworth
third, Bernetrom fourth. Time, I :;i
Second hear five-mile amateur -McNeil
won. I Htchc'i'k s t n 1 . I ten .lolmson
third Time, I ID
Fivo-mih profeeeioiMkl- Ward aron,
Whlttler second, Brodbeck third. Peck
fourth. 'I'lme, 2-6.
l iiial of five-mile amateur- McNeil
won( Q. Johnson second, Duckworth
third. Ben .liibiis'iu fourth Time.
:t.r,n z-:,.
3 and heiit. two-mile niaich race -McNeil
won Bam s tram second, Tlmi 3 N
As McNeil won two Mrairrhi heats, no
ii ti h i was necessary
Three-mile invitation, amateui Ban
Johnson won, Bernntrom Bacond, Duck
worth third. Time 2:29 l-b.
Bight-mil professional -Whtttler won.
Brodbeck second. Ward third. Pack
fourth. Time. 5.40 l-S.
Fine Bathing at Saltaii.
With the temperature of water m the
lake Si 71 degrees hathinp; nt Hah.sir
uu'is w,' be formed gloiiotts! Trains
v ery 4o minntea.
The first win be s quarter-mile scram
ble, to he run In four heats and a final
There are several additions to the ama
teur ranks and the hoys are riding in
g i form at the present time. The
other amateur event will he a two-mile
lap handicap with twenty-seven starters.
The present warm weather has dried
out the track and made it lightning feat
so thai there Is every Chance thai some
records win be smashed tonight The
riders are going troll at the present time,
and the rivalry Is extremely bitter
Aside from 'he m-infr. there will he
a special concert by the famous Randa
Roma. The first race will be begun
promptly at :15 o'clock and the pro
gramme wiil be carried through without
delay.
LAWSON ANSWERS CLARKE.
He Reminds Jackie That MacParland Is
No Longer Clarke's Manarjer.
Snirie of the local cycle racers appear
to be getting- to the "shorl and ugly"
word stage, Jackie Clarke ha- act
Joe Foglei .mri tver Lawaon with mm
blnlng io t.iuih him to such an axteni
as to kill all his chailCSS Of winning a
race. This has aroused the Ire of Utf
son. who last night issued ibe follow
ing repl
"Clarke is squealing because he is a
quitter For several years he had Mac
FaiUmd huudlln hia affairs and pulling
him In most of his races. Everything
was set for him ir. w'n. Now he has to
go out for himself and he is not there.
He is phowtng his true form al the pres
ent time.
"Now. i don i a.e to have anything to
do wit, him personally, but if he thinks
tie in getting sny the worst of it i win
take him out -n the track any time and
under any conditions and race him alone.
With only iwo of ua In the race there
will be DO combination against htm, and
11! show hint up jusf the same as all of
us have been Snowing Mm up this sea
son. Me is the moat dv ex-rated cycle
racer In 'he game and he hasn't got the
nerv(. of a child.''
BASEBALL GAMBLING
COSTLY AMUSEMENT
raiLADBLPHM, June 80 Tha t.-emai.doua
profit n basrliall nou) anil Uie atnall eltancva nt
the player pettluc an? return on hia apertilatlon
are iliown i :i Mejaea proflnrefl bv tha Hldl
.lalpnia police agaluat ttirae nier who are al
leged tn hae mll. tart between 81700 acirl 1 IOC
a day nn pool' ami paid wtnnep an iviriit of
ttO a da
Companj K's bail team win play
Bountiful Jui' 4. ,-.t ui a m Any tem
lesliitiK gsmes. sec C. C Hall. Korf
! I touglej.
ROBBERS SURPRISED 1
BY SHERIFF II RANK
i
Officer Had a Tip and Was
Waiting for Thieves to Put
in Anneal ance.
1
mammoth SPRINGS, Ark., June Id.
sheriff m C. Carruthers, warned thai an
attempt to rob iKV Cltlsehl hank of
Mammoth Sprirags would bs mads today,
secreted himself and three deputies in S
room in the rear of the bank and sur-
prised three masked robbers after thev.
had forced the woman -ashler Into aj
vault
One of the robbers. Ren Jonaa, was.
shot and killed by Sheriff Caxmtbera I
when the robher sho-.vri light. The other I
two. Otto Burrow and I. if us Davis, i
promptly surrendered.
This was shortly after noon, wnen
whs expected most ol the .men of the
town would be off the streets at 'heir
dinner. Men appeared from everywht -
however, and In the axoltemenl many
Indulged in promiscuous shooting Judge
.1 W Meek and John Cunningham were
slightly wounded.
The excitement had hardly died down
when ie Burrow, relative nf one of the
masked men captured in the bank, was
brought to town, suffering from serious
wound in the abdomen. Physicians soy)
Burrow will die He said Dr Jones,
father of the robbei who was killed
Howard Bears had shot him because they
believed he had Informed the sherlfi ol
the intended robbery,
AGITATION BEGINS FOR
INCREASED DIVIDEND
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass., Juna 20. Agitation
has been started here foi an Increased
dividend upon I'niterl States Smelting
common stock. This Issue took on a new j
en-"e of life yesterday, and on transac
tion? of 4 Ton shares advanced to ; the
highest price sln.e lOio. The advance,
however, has sound base, as Ihe company
is earning over $-irn 000 net monthly and
has been since January, Ai present
earnings are at the rate of $5 a Share
on the COmman, or IT per 'cnl on Ms
selling prt'-e. and It is possible' ihat the
directors may shortly see their was clsar
to tdvancing the dividend rate, Ins i
as the newly -acQUi red coat properties.
whose ten millions of notea I'nited States
Smelting is guaranteeing, are self-supporting
and oapable of a large sx pension
of earning power. ,
CUTLER COMMENDS
TARIFF ON SUGAR
NKW YORK, June 20. Thomas K
Cutler, vice president and Bone! mnn
agar t the Utah-Idaho Sugar company!
continued today his testimony as to the
onrlv domination o1 Che beet sngax in
dnstrj by the American Surrur Ficlin
i og company . 'ut I. r roiterati I h
lief that the -;in;ur tarift BS Bfltab isl I
m 1897 bad 1 11 a ureal Factor in the
prosperity of the beat 6ugai business,
A letter from Mr. Ontlei to Henry 0.
Havemeyayr named the American Sugjaj
Refining company antj the Monnoi
church rts among the Iargeat stockhold
or? when the BUgBr tartoric- in dgho
and I'taii were consolidated m l(h)7
into the Company of which bs now ii
viec pre-1 den f.
Officers Elected.
QRAND RAPIDS, Mich., .luite . The
niter national Journeymen Horsashoera
union this afternoon elected Hon a
Mlohaelaon, ix.s Angt las, irli s p Is 1
Don t bo content wirh indifferent)
careless service, when thOSCJ who are
proficient -an be reached by bid
them through The Trrbnne Wanta.
Skilled specialists in business dan d the
professions, i liov,. arho CBB snow b j
their records and references i hat they
can serve von sntisfactorih . mc ica lv
and willing The Tribune Wants wiil ,
brine thorn to voti.
Civil War Hero Dies.
nkw YORK, June 80. General
Michael Kerwln, one-time police root-1
mlsalonar of New fork. Civil war dm ro.
tighter In the cause of Irish liberty and !
of lute I idled States pension airer.l. died
today al his home here. inoiai Kerwln
was n-a: I v ' years ..Id.
Don 't b6 content with indifferent. J
careless set vice, w hen tliu.se who are
proficient an be reached by bidding i
them through The Tribune W ants.
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Charles Mies Dies.
Spe, i.i, t. The Tribune.
OODKN. Mine :-l Charles Mies, i:!
veats of die.1 at Ids home. :,i.'
Washington avenue. at IStSO I-.cK
this morning He leaves a WldOa and
I wo children. He w as a salesnyan f.ji i
the Kilns Murrls Monument I'ompunv of
Salt I-tke. He had Pv,-u tn Utrdeii f.-n -
teen ears.
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SUMMOiD BY DEATH f
General Edward S. Bragg Ex
pires at Fund du Lac, Wis
consin at Age of 85.
POND DTJ LA . W,a. June 20.
Greneral Bdwards 8. Bragg, romman
tbr of the famous Iron Rrignde fltir
ing the Civil war die.j this nftcmoon
Bragg lul h.-cri iii feeble health for
number of years, and was BS var
old last February, He eervsd several
terms in congress as s fiemocrat from
V iaeonaill and following his retirement,
trom congress he represetifed the I'nited
States n diplomatic positions in Mex
ico. I uba and 'h i nn.
General Bragg jreined considerable
tame jo io,. national Democratic con
ventton Of 1884, when, in seconding the
nomination of Orover Cleveland, bs
used the expression "We love him for
tho enenue- be has made.''
PRESIDENT ENJOYS
HIS USUAL GOLF GAME
WASHINGTON! June 80 4rrea)
lent Tatr drojipeti considerations of
political bulletins late today and mot
ored out to Chevy t'hase to play golf
with bit son, Robert. Ths president 'a
smile was as cheerful as it -.v a Tlmre
da of the third of the week in June.
1908, when he at in his office, then
in the war department and looked over
ore of the delegates .-. tbev vot
ed for his nomination.
Tonight the president itayed ig 'he
White house. He took up again ths
political threads and there were e
Bra telephone conversations between
the White house Conversations between
political malingers ai I hlcago
So far as the president was con
corned tonight M was a waiting game.
His hand will not be Jrtid on thn table
Until the time come? when hi man
ngers believe it safe for him to do so.
(here's man- an auto bargsi" ar
ranged by means of The Tribune'
Want Columns. Ths changing of make.
and models, trading securities for at
ro, nn such information forms part of
I he Wanta
rVged Sinker Dies.
NKW YORK, .fune 20. W, Hutler Dun
Can railroad man and banker and proir.l
f or for decades In the social Mfe of this
Ity. died of pneunionln tonight He asgS
s'J years old.
At the time of his teatn Mr DoJSean
was cjiolrman of the boitrd of directors of '
tle Mobile Ohio railroad j
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Gifts for Harvard.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., -lime !.- Pteal
dent Lowell todo announced the rerelpt
bj the Harvard unlvarsltv of aifts
amounting to J l..1C.,,ft00 Of this amount.
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.7ndi;e. Given Degree.
OLIVET, Mich.. June 20: At the
eommencemeni df Olivel mllege toda."
the degree of doctor of laws whs con
fen sd on -1 Ige Walter BordweD of
Los kngeies, srho tried the M-cNamara
brothers. i . "
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