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two yoai-B, nnrt his -publlHhcil reports
nro nmong tho clnBsIoa of tho Btntc. He
hns dolvcd long and deeply Into rail
road economics, and has published at
least ono book that Is a Standard work
In thlB line. Ills "Political Economy"
Is one of the best books on tho subject
published in late years, and Is used In
many of tho universities of tho country
as a text book.
Whllo first of all a student of politi
cal economy and society, Professor
Hadloy 1b by no means a one-sided man.
Thoro Is hardly a man at Yale who
could have boon put above him In tho
matter of wide sympathies with all
branches of study. Ho la an all-round
man in tho widest sense of the term,
and can bo rel'ed upon to give each de
partment at Yale its full complement of
power and effectiveness. "Whllo ho Is
not pre-eminently a social man, fc) is
most approachable. For several years
he has been a widely Invited speaker at
Yalo banquets all ovor tho country, and
his brilliant wit at these affairs hns
given him a widespread reputation,
second only to that of ills predecessor,
Professor Hadloy Is ono of tho few
men In any college in tho east who has
tho good fortune to be both a profound
scholar and a man of affairs, a book
man and a lovor of bracing out-of-door
sport, a pedagogue and a brilliant pub
lic speckor. He Is without doubt tho
most successful of Yale professors of
the generation. He will bo none tho
less a successful presMont because ho
has been n successful professor. Ed
win Oviatt In tho Criterion '
"Why did you let Mingo?"
'Ho crossed bis heart and body that
ho would bring mo his fat littlo brother
tomorrow. "Now York Journal,
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Hubby Upon my life, Nellie, if yon
arc sc provoking, mybroin'll bo turned.
Wific Oh, don't get excited, dear I
It'll never be worth turning. Ally
That Irishmen, as well as other peo
ple, have been guilty of bulla I do not
seek to deny; even tho other day i
heard one Micky Martin complaining
that, as he had not been allowed bis
natural share of sleep recently, he
was going to square matters by sleep
ing a whole week some day.
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