Chicago, 111., June 17. - Before a larg-e number of proud fathers and mothers, .sisters and sweethearts, twenty-four students of the Michigan military academy received their diplomas in Music hall at Jackson park Thursday afternoon. There was an address by Presiden! Palmer and Gen. Nelson A. Miles presented the diplomas after a few remarks. He advised the cadets to live honorable lives full of good deeds and self-command. He said it were far greater to govern self than to sack a city, and of much more use to a community. Following is the list of graduates: David L. Auld, Atchison, Kan.; George D. Baker, Indianapolis; Eugene Ballard, Shelbyville, Ind. ; Albert B. Bates, Chetopa, Kan.; Don A. Baxter, Lima, O.; Henry L. Benton, Jackson, O.; James S. Burnett, Chicago; Charles H. Campbell, Denver; Albert Gillespie, Aspen, CoL; Kendrick Gillespie, Aspen, Col.; Fred R Graves, Detroit; Harry Herdman, ZanesYille, O.; Leslie T. Hubbell, Manistique, Mich.; Jerome T. Leland, Springfleld, 111.; Edward P. Leonard, Milwaukee; Lee M. Olds, Columbia City, Ind.; Kichard D. Patton, National Military home, Ohio; Edward S. Rogers. Savannah, Ga.; Charles T. Sansberry, Anderson, Ind.; George B. Sloan, Chicago; Leonard B. Slosson, Reed City, Mich.; Arthur B. Turner, Saginaw, Mich.; Wüliam W. Waterman, Detroit; Clarence L. Wheaton, Camp Poplar Kiver, Mont. The diplomas were divided into "A," "B" and "C" diplomas, according to ■standing, and Edward Sidney Rogers, of Savannah, Ga., took the tirst honors among those who took "A" diplomas.