Read online or download a free book: Addresses At The Alumni Reunion, Butler University. June 7, 1877
Publisher: General Books LLC (2 Feb. 2012)
By: Butler University (Author)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877. Excerpt: ... the University, in the aggregate of these years, 4,493 students, of which 3,725 have been men, and 768 have been women. From these data it appears, that only about seventeen per cent, of the whole attendance has been women. The number of graduates in the Literary Department has been. 136, of which number 122 were men, and 14 were women. Of the graduates little more than ten per cent, have been women. In the Law Department there have been 83 graduates, and the aggregate attendance has been about double. It may not be unsuited to this historic sketch to mention, briefly, the subsequent labors of the persons already mentioned. John Young, after retiring from the presidency, entered on the practice of law, in Indianapolis: was for a short time Principal of Ladoga Academy: was appointed United States.Consul to Belfast, Ireland, and on his return to this country resumed the practice of law in Indianapolis, where he now resides. President S. K. Hoshour continued in the service of the University as Professor of Greek and Modern Languages, and he also gave instruction in the Biblical Department until the Summer of 1876, when he ceased to have labors in the institution. President Benton retired from the University in 1868, and became a member of the Faculty in Alliance College, Ohio, where he remained three years--one as a Professor and two as President. He was called from Alliance to the Chancellorship of the University of Nebraska, which institution he organized in the Fall of 1871, and this position he occupied for five years, when he returned to the North Western Christian University as Professor of Mental and Moral Sciences. Owing to the demands of the Central Christian Church on the time of President Black, he decided to leave the work of the University in th...
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