There is ons boy in Wa3htenaw county who is deteriuined to have a.n ed uc'ation. His namfi is Frank Galpin, ix student in tlio High school. He lives with his fathei', adjoining Frane's lake, in the town of Superior. His home is nine miles from tbe High 8chool building-. Notwithstapdlng tiiis long: distanco, the young mun drives in overy marniny and back at niht, eighteen .liles a day or uinety railes a week, in order to take advanti,'es of .the superor i"ac;liiies offered at our excellent schools. Such a boy deservea gucoess and shows evidence of possessirit;the riofht material with which to win t. His exaraple should put to shame ïundreds of j'oung men who have every opportunity right at home to acuire a tino education, but who are too ndolent to take advantage of it.