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They contain the same fundamental principles of construction as the regular Horizontal Grand Pianos. Be sure to investigate these superior instruments before purchasing any other. Mr. Loomis will be pleased to give all further information.

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YALE STUDENTS, look for the sign of


For there you will find YALE SOUVENIRS in GOLD and SILVER. Also the place for your WATCH to be made well and reliable.

KIRBY & SON, 822 Chapel Street




Church and Court Sts., New Haven, Conn.

GEORGE T. WHITE, Proprietor.


Largest Manufacturers in the World

of Official Athletic Supplies

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Spalding's Official Base Ball Guide for 1906

Edited by Henry Chadwick. The most complete and up-to-date book ever published on the subject. Fully illustrated.

Price, 10 Cents Spalding's Official League Ball is the adopted ball of the National League, and must be used in all match games. Every requisite for Lawn Tennis and Golf.

For over a quarter of a century Spalding's Trade-Mark on Base Ball implements has marked the advancement of this particular sport.


Spalding's Trade-Mark on your Athletic Implements gives you an advantage over the other player, as you have a better article, lasts longer, gives more satisfaction.

Every Base Ball Manager should send at once for a copy of Spalding's
Spring and Summer Catalogue-Free.


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the Great Vintage of 1884

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THE YALE LITERARY MAGAZINE.—Conducted by the Students
of Yale University. This Magazine, established February, 1836, besides
being the oldest college periodical, is the oldest extant literary monthly
in America; entering upon its Seventy-first Volume with the number for
October, 1905. It is published by a board of Editors, annually chosen
by each successive Senior Class, from the members of that Class. It
thus may be fairly said to represent in its general articles the average
literary culture of the university. In the Notabilia college topics are
thoroughly discussed, and in the Memorabilia it is intended to make a
complete record of the current events of college life; in the Book
Notices and Editor's Table, contemporary publications and exchanges
receive careful attention.

Contributions to its pages are earnestly solicited from students of all
departments, and may be sent through the Post Office, or left at the
office of the Magazine in White Hall. They are due the Ist of the
month. If rejected, they will be returned to their writers, whose names
will not be known outside the Editorial Board. The Editors may always
be found in the office on the first Monday evening after the announcement
of contents, where they will return rejected manuscript and, if desired,
discuss it with the contributors. A Gold Medal of the value of Twenty-
five Dollars, for the best written Essay, is offered for the competition of
all undergraduate subscribers, at the beginning of each academic year.

The Magazine is issued on the 15th day of each month from October
to June, inclusive; nine numbers form the annual volume, comprising at
least 360 pages. The price is $3.00 per volume, 35 cents per single
number. All subscriptions must be paid in advance, directly to the
Editors or their authorized agents, who alone can give receipts therefor.
Upon the day of publication the Magazine is promptly mailed to all
subscribers. Single numbers are on sale at the Coöperative Store and
book stores. Back numbers and volumes can be obtained from the

A limited number of advertisements will be inserted. The character
and large circulation of the Magazine render it a desirable medium for
all who would like to secure the patronage of Yale students.

All communications with regard to the editorial management of the
periodical must be addresssed to Walter B. Wolf, Chairman. Communi-
cations with regard to the business management, to Lamson Jennings,
Business Manager. Both should be sent care of THE YALE LITERARY
MAGAZINE, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn.

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