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A smoker for all men interested in either the literary or business side of editorial work will be held in the Monthly sanctum this evening at 8.30 o'clock. Those who have taken advanced courses in composition and those who have held positions on school magazines are particularly urged to attend. Professor Baker will speak and his talk should give new students an opportunity to learn the value of the work done in connection with the Harvard Monthly. E. D. Smith 1L., business manager of the Monthly in 1912, will say a few words to the business candidates and C. H. Weston '14 will explain what is required of Literary candidates. Business candidates from the classes of 1915, 1916, and 1917 are urged to come as the experience gained in such a competition is invaluable in after life. No previous experience is necessary.

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