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The Vagabond.


Series: Volume 6, 1929/1930 

Box 2 No. 1, October 1929 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-5
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"Accueil," René de Reno
  • Poem
  • p. 6
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"The Great Sects," William Lowe Bryan "The President discusses some of the possible approaches to life"
  • Essay
  • pp. 7-8
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"Wood Cut," Martha Carter
  • Woodcut
  • p. 8
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"An 'American Renaissance?'" Philip Blair Rice "Phil Rice, first vagabond, returns to review, almost hopefully, certain contemporary possibilities"
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-12
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"Wood Cut," N. Loti
  • Woodcut
  • p. 13
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[Translation from Horace] or "Horace: Book One, Ode Four," Robert Fink
  • Poem
  • p. 14
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"Alumni Day," Leila Shelley "An eminently satisfactory answer to a phase of an old problem"
  • Story
  • pp. 15-19
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"Two Words," Virginia Crim
  • Poem
  • p. 19
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"Caricature," Martha Carter
  • Illustration
  • p. 20
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"Henry Holland Carter," Walter Grant
  • Profile
  • pp. 20-21
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"My Verses," I. Humphrey
  • Poem
  • p. 22
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Editorials
  • pp. 23-29
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"The Vagabond Speaks"
  • Essay
  • pp. 23-24

"Military Training"
  • Essay
  • pp. 24-29

"Trees," I. Humphrey
  • Poem
  • p. 29
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"Culp's Down Feltment or Whose Color is Your Sweater Now," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Play
  • pp. 30-31
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[Untitled], [Poem], Don A. Smalley
  • Poem
  • p. 31
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"Minothustus the Prophet," Walter Grant "Youth arrogantly subjects some of the main tenets of religion to an acrid gaze"
  • Story
  • pp. 32-36
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"Wood Cut," N. Loti
  • Woodcut
  • p. 37
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"William Hazlitt, Enthusiast," M.G.L. "A fine interpretation of a vivid personality in English letters"
  • Essay
  • pp. 38-41
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"Verse - I Feel," I. Humphrey
  • Poem
  • p. 41
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"Professor Hodge," Grace Stanton "A story, cynical in tone, of disillusionment that comes to a professor"
  • Story
  • pp. 42-46
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"Sports News - English Comp Squad Drubs Purdue," Parson Weems "Come from behind in the last minutes of play to win close game, 89.3% to 87.7%"
  • Story
  • pp. 47-48
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"Tears," I. Humphrey
  • Poem
  • p. 48
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"How Shakespeare Wrote the Hamlet Soliloquy," By One Who Was There
  • Play
  • pp. 49-51
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Books
  • pp. 52-56
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Convent Girl Professor Roy A. Tower "by Helene Mullins, Harper's 1929"
  • Review
  • p. 52

"The Sadist as Artist," Leila Shelley "The Dark Journey, by Julian Green, translated from the French by Vyvyan Holland, Harper's 1929"
  • Review
  • pp. 53-54

Journey's End, Professor J. H. Pitman "A play in three acts, by R.A. Sherriff, Brentano's, 1929"
  • Review
  • pp. 55-56

Drama
  • pp. 57-59
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"Tendencies of the Theatre," Barbara Gray
  • Essay
  • pp. 57-59

"Salome's Feet (For the Intelligensia)"
  • Poem
  • p. 59
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"The New York Season," W. G.
  • Essay
  • pp. 60-61

"Interview with Bunkhaus' Cousin Hofbrau," Lewis Jarrard
  • Interview
  • pp. 62-63
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 63-64

Includes back cover.

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Box 2 No. 2, December 1929 

[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-5
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"A Lover Looks At Relativity," Sheila Rafferty
  • Poem
  • pp. 6-7
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"Across the Road," [Frontispiece], Robert E. Burke
  • pp. 8, 10
  • Illustration
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"The Americana Myth," Harlan Logan "An American Discovers that Europe Also has its 'Main Streets' and Derives a Moral Therefrom"
  • Story
  • pp. 11-17
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"Horace: Book One; Ode Four, Part Two," Robert Fink
  • Poem
  • p. 18
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"Behind the Patriotic Illusion," Charles W. Smith "Conventional patriotism meets a thinker who refuses to be impressed"
  • Essay
  • pp. 19-21
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"Venus Was A Bad Girl," Romain Lucan "In which it is shown that an ancient goddess was acquainted with modern tactics"
  • Story
  • pp. 22-27
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"Cycle of a Soul," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 28
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"Robert E. Burke: An Interpretation," Maurice Harold Smith
  • Profile
  • pp. 29-31
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"Flat Sage, Or 13,000 Bucks in the Hole," Lena Gedunkhaus "A play guaranteed to be in five acts"
  • Play
  • pp. 32-36
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Editorials
  • pp. 37-40
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"What Price Bands?"
  • Essay
  • pp. 37-40

"Some Reflections On an Obscene and Archaic Tradition," Leila Shelley "An intelligent pacifist looks for a solution of the problem of militarism"
  • Essay
  • pp. 41-44
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"The Crosses of Queen Eleanor," Virginia Crim
  • Poem
  • p. 45
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"The Cry of Youth," Walter Grant "Youth voices its protest at contemporary live and offers a better way"
  • Essay
  • pp. 46-48
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"Dear Teacher," The Gentleman from Zero
  • Letter
  • pp. 49-51
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Books
  • pp. 52-55
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"Two Books and Their Maker," L. J. Mills
  • Review
  • pp. 52-53

"Bertrand Russell - Social Philosopher," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 54-55

"To Dick," Shelia Rafferty
  • Poem
  • p. 56
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"A Tale of Mhybraz," Lewis Jarrard
  • Story
  • p. 57
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"Princess Bureau, Her Love and Creamery," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Play
  • p. 58
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"Portrait of a Co-Ed's Mind," Edgar Wise
  • Illustration
  • Poem
  • p. 59
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"Collegiate - Then and Now," Ethel Henneford
  • Poem
  • p. 60
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"Some Guys Are Like This," Lewis Jarrard "A romance"
  • Story
  • pp. 61-63
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"Short Story," by Hofbrau
  • Story
  • pp. 64-65
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[Untitled], [Saying], [from the] Ohio State Sun Dial
  • Aphorism
  • p. 65
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"The Talkers"
  • Play
  • p. 66
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[Jokes]
  • Jokes
  • p. 66-67
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"Six Feet Four," Frangelico
  • Poem
  • p. 68
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • p. 62-67

Includes back cover.

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Box 2 No. 3, March 1930 

[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-5
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"Portrait of Mme. Rosita Porras Casceres de Sison," [Frontispiece], Harry Engel
  • Illustration
  • pp. 6, insert
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"Waste Places in the University," Charles W. Smith, Jr. "One intelligent faculty member believes that the university has not attained the millenium"
  • Essay
  • pp. 7-10
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"Violets," Martha Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 11-16
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"The Exodus," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 17
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"The Death of God," Walter Grant "In which the writer diverts his mind with some colossal absurdities"
  • Story
  • pp. 17-22
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"The Camel Through the Needle's Eye," Leila Shelley "Is liberal education entitled to a place in the university?"
  • Essay
  • pp. 23-25
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"Song of the Chimes," René de Reno "(Nouveau modele)"
  • Poem
  • p. 26
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"Tramp, Tramp the Boys," Lena Gedunkhaus "A defense of military training"
  • Essay
  • pp. 27-30
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"Night of Rain," Ethel Henneford
  • Story
  • pp. 31-32
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Editorials
  • pp. 33-42
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"A Toast to the Union Building"
  • Essay
  • p. 33

"Concerning Military Training"
  • Essay
  • pp. 34-35

"How to Play Football"
  • Essay
  • pp. 35-42

"In Memoriam," [A Poem], Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Poem
  • p. 43
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"Why Is the Spring Drive?" Stanley A. B. Cooper
  • Essay
  • pp. 44-47
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"Mythmaking," [Poem], Virginia Crim
  • Poem
  • p. 48
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"Seventh Day," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 49
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"That Precious Little Thing," Max Grey
  • Story
  • pp. 50-54
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Books
  • pp. 55-59
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"Undertaker's Garland," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 55-57

Queen Elizabeth, A. C. Judson "Katherine Anthony, Alfred A. Knopf, 1929"
  • Review
  • pp. 57-59

"How to Eat An Oyster"
  • Story
  • p. 60
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[Jokes]
  • Jokes
  • pp. 61-62, 64
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"Symptoms of Higher Education" "As Overheard on the Steps of the Library"
  • Dialogue
  • p. 63
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 59, 61-63

Includes back cover.

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Box 2 No. 4, May 1930 

[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-5
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"The Wheat Field," [Frontispiece], T.C. Steele
  • Photograph
  • pp. 6, insert
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"Once An Athlete, Always An Athlete?" Harlan Logan "The university has more need of great coaches than of great professors"
  • Essay
  • pp. 7-11
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"Ultima Thule," [A Poem], Virginia Crim
  • Poem
  • p. 12
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"What Price Degrees?" Griffith Niblack "A senior sketches his college life and wonders if it has been time wasted"
  • Story
  • pp. 13-15
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"Confucius," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 16
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"Private Secretary," Virginia Crim "The unloved secretary receives a sympathetic appreciation and interpretation"
  • Story
  • pp. 17-23
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"The Great God Porcus," [Illustration], Rob’t Freiberger
  • Illustration
  • p. 24
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"Thanksgiving Comes But Once a Dozen," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus "Alias, wild life among the cracker"
  • Play
  • pp. 25-26
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"A Challenge to Stagnant Patriotism," Charles W. Smith, Jr. "An optimistic writer believes that reason and justice will prevail"
  • Essay
  • pp. 27-28
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"Stupidity," [Poem], Betty Fleming
  • Poem
  • p. 29
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"Bathtubs and Pocket-Handkerchiefs," J.H. Pitman
  • Story
  • pp. 30-31
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"Poem on an Ambitious Subject," Maurice Harold Smith
  • Poem
  • pp. 32
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Editorials
  • pp. 33-36
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"Let Us Have Action [Military Training on Campus]"
  • Essay
  • p. 33

"Buy a Good Team [Football]"
  • Essay
  • Satire
  • pp. 33-35

"About The Honors Courses"
  • Essay
  • pp. 35-36

"Singe," Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 36
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"The Lanier House," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 37
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"With A Gift To You," [Poem], Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 38
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"Settin' Up With the Dead," Leila Shelley "A one-act play"
  • Play
  • pp. 39-48
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"Pluto and Byejove Incorporated," Lena Gedunkhaus "A gentle Greek tragedy in several spasms"
  • Play
  • pp. 49-50
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Books
  • pp. 51-59
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"Ramon Kessler On the Account," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 51-52

Good-bye To All That, Dow Richardson "Robert Graves"
  • Review
  • pp. 52-54

The Great Meadow, H. H. Carter "Elizabeth Madox Roberts, The Viking Press, 1930"
  • Review
  • pp. 54-59

Jokes
  • Jokes
  • pp. 60-64
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 61-63

Includes back cover.

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