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And many others equally as
ARE YOU GOING TO
If so, have you a correct style of
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An engraved copper plate with
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NOT A BIT OF DOUBT beat Maybury by a very small margin.
Then followed a series of 'aces with
That Maybury is a Profes- Valentine, of Mnneapolis, and
sional. Nelson, of Litchfield, both of whom he
defeated in 10 1-5. In an open race
The University of Chicago Weekly of at Paynesville last fallbetween Craigie
last week contains all of tha evidence "Cash" Grim and Nelson, he got second
presented at the meeting of the grad- place, Craigie leading him again. Me
uplace Committeeleading h.iI.aA.iA. A.
sate committee of the W..A.A.A was then matched with Craigie and
tending to show the professional stand- beat him on a track in this city.
ing of Maybury, of Wisconsin. Some This season he has been matched for
of the more interesting bits of evi- only three races so fac, winning evcry
one. One was against Scherfen'berg, of
Copy of an article printed on page 8 Detroit, whom he allowed a handicap of
of the Minneapolis Times, Aug. 19, 1894. two yards in 100; another one, a sweep-
HtTTING TilE GRAVEL. stakes, open to the world, on July 4 us
A ST. CLOUD PHENOMENAL RUNNER, this city, beating Jones and Watson, of
HE EQUALS THE WORLD'S RECORD, 50 YARDS St. Paul, and the last one from Jones
IN 5 1-5 SECONDs. IN A RECENT RACE. this week. He is now anxious to meet
any man in Minnesota for that dis-
St. Cloud, Aug. 18 (Special). ...
lance, Craigie preferred. He is only i~i
The leading topic among the sports his nineteenth year, meast res 5 feet
for the last few days has been the phe- 81/, inches and weighs 155 pounds.
nomenal speed made by James May-
bury in a fifty-yard foot race Wednes-
day evening, with W. H. Jones, for a
purse of $50 a sde. The race was ar-
ranged between the backers of -the two
men during the afternoon of the same
day, and was run on the track of the
A. R. U. picnic grounds. In starting
the first time the men, for some reason
or other, did not get away evenly, and
Maybury made no effort to win. The
judges awarded the race to Jones. May-
bury's backers immediately challenged
Jones to another race fo: $100, which
he accepted, and in this race is where
Maybury made the fifty yards in the
remarkably low time of 5 1-5 seconds,
equaling the world's record for that
distance. The referees were F. M. Low
and Ben McLain, and Chief of Police
McKelvey acted as starter; D. Han-
Ion, time keeper.
He was born in this city December 6,
1875, and is the son of ex-Alderman
Maybury, who was the Republican can-
didate for the legislature two years
ago. He attended the State Normal
school several years, and the last term
he attended the law school of the State
University a-t Minneapolis. The first
record of his speed as a runner was
made during the field sports of -the com-
mencement exercises of the Normal
school in 1892, where he won nearly
every foot race with perfect ease. A
yea, later he wtn an exciting 50-yard
AFFIDAVIT OF PHILO A. ORTON.
Deponent further says that the per-
son specified in said contract as Henry
Sherwood, one of the contracting par-
ties, was James Maybury, as deponent
has always been informed and verily
PHILO A. ORTON.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
29th day of May, 1898.
R. E. ORTON, Notary Public,
(Seal.) Lafayette Co., Wis.
Copy of the original agreement be-
tween J. E. Freeman and J. E. May-
bury alias Henry Sherwood:
FOOT RACE AGREEMENT FOR A
PURSE OF $1,000.
This is an agreement between the
undersigned that a race is to be run
at Shulisburg September 15, 1895.
This is to be run by Henry Sher-
wood and J. E. Freeman a distance '>f
Start is to be a flying start,
The track is to be agreed upon by J.
E. Freeman and Henry Sherwood on o
before the 1st of September, 1895.
The winner is to take 75 per cent of
the gate receipts and 25 per cent to
The expense of the track to come out
of gate receipts before divided.
Thirty-five dollars a side is dopositod
this day. Two hundred dollars a side
Comm en cement Week Program.
Following is the program of com-
Sunday, June 26-Discourse to the
graduating class in University Hall by
Acting- President Hutchins.
Monday, June 27-At 10 a. m. meeting
of the Board of Regents; at 2 p. m.,
class day exercises of the department
of law in University Hall; address by
the class president, Lewis L. Thomp-
son, of Allegan; presentation to the
University of portrait of Hon. Levi T.
Griffin as a class memorial, presenta-
tion speech by Carl T. Storm; accept-
ance on behalf of the University by
Regent Farr; poem by Charles Engel-
hard; oration by Rufus L. Weaver; his-
tory by M. H. Abbott, of Ann Arbor;
prophecy by P. Y. Albright; valedic-
tory by Robert Healy. At 8 p. m., sen-
ior promenade on the campus.
Tuesday, June 28-At 10 a. m., class
day exercises of the literary depart-
ment and the engineering department
under the Tappan Oak; address by the
class president, F. S. Simons, of De-
troit; history by Chas. H. Farrell, of
Dexter; oration by Chas. Simons, of
Detroit; poem by C. F. Gauss, of Ann
Arbor; prophecy by Florence N. Pom-
eroy, of Ann Arbor; presentation of
memorial, address by Paul W. Voor-
heis, of Ann Arbor. At 2 p. m., class
day exercises of the dental college, in
the dental amphitheatre; president's
address, R. J. Roper; address by Dean
Taft; history by Robt. B. Howell; ad-
dress by Professor Dorrarce; oration
by W. H. Bowman; address by Pro-
fessor Hoff; prophecy by Bessie Hutch-
inson; valedictory by Robt. N. Forbes.
Wednesday, June 29-Alumni day;
special reunion of literary classes of
'48, '58, '73, '88 and '96. At 2 p. m., busi-
ness meeting of the Alumni Association
in Tappan Hall. At 8 p. m., Senate re-
ception in the Waterman gymnasium to
inoited guests, graduates, former stu-
dents and friends of the University.
(Cards of admission can be obtained at
the steward's office, from the secre-
tary of the Alumni Association and the
deans of the faculties.)
Thursday, June 30-At 10 a. m., com-
mencement exercises in University
Hall, oration by Benjamin Ide Wheeler,
dash in a free-for-all at Osakis; time,
10 4-5, for $50. After that he met and
W AHR'S BOOK STORE defeated Berriam, of Little Falls, in
Up Town Down Town 100 yards in 10 1-5, for a purse. Charles
S. State at. Opposite Courtfouse Craigie, of Minneapolis, came next and
&an Arbor Main t.
is to be deposited on or before the I1s LL. D., professor in Cornell University.
of July, 1895. That is one hundred and At 1:15 p. m., commencement dinner.
sixty-five a side the second deposit. (Dinner tickets must be procured at
The remainng three hundred a side the steward's office, price 50 cents
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