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A casual glance at the contents page of the current issue of the "Outlook" impresses one with the number of names of Harvard men found there. First, is another article, on the Progessive Movement by Theodore Roosevelt '80; following this, is a short poem by Mr. Hagedorn '07, who until this year was an instructor in the English Department; Professor Albert Bushnell Hart '80 has contributed an article on "Gideon Welles's Diary," and Percy Mackaye '97 has called to our mind Professor Copeland's reading of "Bouillabaisse," by contributing a poem in memory of its author Thackeray, "The Bard of Bouillabaise," on his centenary. We might flatter ourselves further and take to our credit a story by Edwin Balmer, Ph.D., '03, and still further, an interview which Mr. Leupp has secured from Mr. L. A. Coolidge '83 on the trusts. The present importance of some of these subjects and the diverse and interesting characters of all are a tribute to the University.

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