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The secretary of the Senior class has received answers to his questions from 408 men who are members of the class or have been connected with it. To the question as to the present or proposed occupations of the individuals, 29 replied that they intended to study medicine, 45 to teach, 14 to become manufacturers, 100 to study law, 12 to prepare for the ministry, and 12 to enter journalism.
Eleven men intend to be architects; 6 life insurance and real estate agents; 7 chemists; 3 brokers; 2 salesmen; 7 merchants; 4 railroad men; 4 publishers; 13 mechanical and civil engineers; 6 bankers; 2 landscape architects; and 2 contractors. Sixteen men will continue their studies in the Graduate School or abroad, and 18 intend to enter some form of business. There are 68 men undecided as to their future occupations.
Among the remaining members of the class there will be a biologist, a superintendent of public schools, a commission merchant, two draughtsmen, three writers and literary critics, an iron founder, a coffee cultivator, a musician, a geologist, an entomologist, a mining expert, a forester, a gas engineer, three military men, a dentist, a wholesale grocer, a dealer in live stock, an actor, an artist, and a missionary.
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