In his new career of action he neither forgot nor was forgotten by his college friends. They still remember (in the felicitous words of a classmate) ‘his genial and neverfailing humor, his quick and grasping intellect, his ready decision, and his modest but firm independence of thought and action, which all combined to form a character of unusual strength and beauty, winning alike love and respect.’ He returned in June to graduate with his Class. Many of them were about to enter the army, and he desired above all things to be one of these. His mind was filled with the
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