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THE CLASSICAL WEEKLY 



THE CLASSICAL WEEKLY i> published by The Classical 
Association of the Atlantic States, weekly, on Saturdays, from 
October to May inclusive, except in weeks in which there is a legal 
•r school holiday, at Teachers College, 5.5 West isoth Street, New 
York City. 

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