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PRESS CLUB BEGINS WORK

Names of Those Who Are Writing for Newspapers Requested.

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The Press Club is desirous of securing the names of all men in the University who are doing newspaper work of any kind. Students who are corresponding for papers are therefore earnestly requested to send their names to the Press Club, together with the names of the papers for which they write and the nature of the work done. This includes those who do occasional work as well as those who are acting as regular correspondents, and students in sending information to the club are requested to state the frequency with which news items are sent to their papers and the approximate amount of matter furnished. Information as regards the matter of compensation received for work done is also desired.

The club would also like to receive names of men who desire to do newspaper work, together with some information as to their experience in such work. All communications should be addressed to The Harvard Press Club, 37 Thayer Hall, Cambridge.

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