A death in our college world is always peculiarly sad; yet the one which is announced this morning seems unusually calamitous. Mr. Young, with the high purpose of fitting himself better for his life work, has been struggling against adverse circumstances which would have completely discouraged a less noble and courageous man. Despite them all, he was successful, and his record pointed to a life of unusual promise-and help to his fellow men. The story of his life is pathetic: that of his death is infinitely sad.
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