Ninety - seven graduates received their diplomas a the Ann Arbor high school commencement last Friday. The orators and essayists proved that the school has not deteriorated any from itshigh standing. David E. Carman spoke of the Duties of the Minorities. lts power he said might be used to prevent the passage of unwise legislation, to edúcate the public. He claimed that a man does not throw away his vote by voting with theminority. He only planted seed for future harvests. Miss Gertrude M. Case, of South Lyon, in writing of "Simon says Thumbs up," presented Simon in the light of fashion.