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To meet a pressing problem of finances, "The Harvard Monthly" recently held a special board meeting. Just when the meeting seemed domed to failure the phone rang. A Santa Claus was on the line in the person of one Mr. Galacar, who wanted to buy an interest in the magazine.
Shortly afterwards, his partner, Mr. Fuller, called and set $2000 as the price offered. Joyously Mr. Hay, head of the "Monthly" agreed to have dinner with the men at the Ritz at 1 o'clock yesterday to discuss details.
Dreams of a new building, handsome profits, and perhaps a press or two rose before his eyes.
At two o'clock a worried Mr. Hay was still alone. The date was April 1, the "Monthly" finances remain in the same straitened condition.
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