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The question has been raised of late whether the substantial monthly magazines were edited by college or non-college men. The men and women of the Century Company are well distributed among the graduate bodies of the different American colleges, and have taken great interest in compiling a list of the editors of the well known monthlies.
They have called this topic to the attention of Harvard University by sending to the CRIMSON this list of magazines and their editors:
The Century, R.S. Yard, Princeton '83.
Scribner's E.L. Burlingame, Harvard '69.
Harper's H.M. Alden, William '57.
Atlantic Monthly, Ellery Sedgwick, Harvard '94.
Review of Reviews, Albert Shaw, Grinell '79.
World's Work, A.W. Page, Harvard, '95.
The following two magazines not included in the list are also edited by Harvard men:
Smart Set. W.H. Wright, Harvard '92.
Harper's Weekly--Norman Rapgood, Harvard '90.
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