The following table has been compiled from information received by the Class Secretary concerning the intended occupations of Seniors. These results can not be regarded as final as the replies, which have been coming in since February last, have not all been received. Architecture 6, army 2, banking 22, business 34, chemistry 4, commercial artist 1, coffee planter 1, dentistry 1, engineering 27, forestry 1, farming 2, geology 1, Graduate School or studying 9, insurance 4, Journalism 15, literary work 2, landscape gardening 1, law 72, manufacturing 24, medicine 39, music 1, mining 2, ministry 9, religious work 1, railroading 7, real estate 7, sugar planting 2, teaching 66, travelling 3, diplomacy 1, patent examiner 1, undecided 55.
Future Occupations of Seniors.
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