The fourth number of the Monthly, which appears today, contains the following articles: "Intercollegiate Athletics," by L. W. Clark, Jr., '06; "The Worst of All," by E. B. Sheldon '08; "Requital," by R. Altrocchi '08; "I Knew I'd Have My Way," by H. Hagedorn, Jr., '07; "The Watchers," by R. E. Rogers '09; "A Reluctant Charity," by H. H. Harbour '06; "Phillips Brooks House and Harvard Ideals" by C. W. Gilkey '03; "Dirge," by C. T. Ryder '06; "Marston Moor at Cambridge," by L. Price '07; "Merope," by H. A. Bellows '06; "Electra," by R. M. Arkush '07; "The Age of Anne," by E. Royce '07; "When All is Done," by H. Hagedorn, Jr., '07; "Oscar Wilde; A Study in Decadent Romanticism," by H. E. Woodbridge 3G.; "Music," by J. H. Wheelock '08; "The Silver Grey of Cedar Bluff," by W. Hamilton Gibson; Editorial.
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