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The October number of the Monthly will be issued within a day or two. The issue is a notable one, being contributed to solely by the founders of the magazine. The following are the contents: The Founding of the Harvard
Monthly, W. W. Baldwin '86.
Sonnets, George Santayna '86.
Literary Ideals at College, G. R. Carpenter '86.
The Sorrowful Family, W. A. Leahy '88.
The Notion of the Beautiful, W. M. Fullerton '86.
A Ballad to Don Quixote, A B. Houghton '86.
The Monthly is published on the first Thursday of each month from October to July inclusive.
"The aim of the Monthly is," according to its advertisement, "to preserve as far as possible the best literary work that is produced in college by undergraduates; and, secondly, to furnish alike for the students and the alumni a field for the discussion of all questions relating to the policy and the condition of the University, thus affording a means of communication between the undergraduates and the alumni."
The subscription price of the Monthly is $2.00 a year. In combination with the CRIMSON it may be obtained for $4.00.
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