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The Vagabond.

Summary Information

Repository:
Indiana University Office of University Archives and Records Management
1320 East Tenth Street
Herman B Wells Library E460
Bloomington, IN 47405-7000
Phone: 812-855-1127
Email: archives@indiana.edu
http://www.libraries.iub.edu/archives

Title
The Vagabond.

Collection No.
C461

Extent
.8 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Abstract
Published from 1923 until 1931, primarily as a bi-monthly publication with some interruption, The vagabond featured the poetry, visual art, essays, criticism, short stories and humor which targeted not only Indiana University's undergraduates, but also its alumni and prominent members of the faculty.

Administrative History

With an introduction from then Indiana University President, William Lowe Bryan, the first issue of The Vagabond appeared in October of 1923, as a bimonthly student publication, carrying poems, essays, short stories, sketches, and humor. The publication statement of the first edition outlined the twofold objectives of the publication stating: "the magazine offers a medium of expression for the literary life of campus; and it hopes to hasten a rebirth of science, art, and life at Indiana." The first editor-in-chief was Mauck Brammer, followed by Philip B. Rice and Robert E. Harris, Edmund Bierwagen, John H. Johnson, Maurice H. Smith, Walter Grant and Robert Fink, and Robert Hallstead.

Featuring articles which were often highly satirical, critical of the university and sometimes quite risqué , The Vagabond, as might be expected, often aroused a great deal of disapproval from the campus community. In January of 1927, then editor John Johnson ran the article "The College Student: Juvenile Sophisticate" which painted a highly critical picture of the typical campus student. The article resulted in the expulsion of both the editor and the author ofthe article and as a result, only one issue ofthe magazine was published in 1927 and 1928. Following the scandal, the magazine was again revived in 1929 to its original standing. The last known issue was published in April 1931.

Arrangement

The collection of publications is organized chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Published from 1923 until 1931, primarily as a bi-monthly publication with some interruption, The Vagabond featured the poetry, visual art, essays, criticism, short stories and humor which targeted not only Indiana University's undergraduates, but also its alumni and prominent members of the faculty. Often, articles were authored under humorous, though rather obvious pseudonyms, the most famous of which was William E. Moenkhaus who worked under the pen name Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus.

The cover and pages of each issue were highlighted by reproductions of paintings, sculpture and prints by talented members of the student body as well as notable members of the faculty such as T.C. Steele, Robert E. Burke and Harry Engel. Reoccurring columns such as the "Campus Silhouette" humorously highlighted noted members of the campus faculty and administration, such as T.C. Steele, Carl Eigenmann and Dean Charles Sembower. The column "Notes on Higher Education at Indiana" featured articles highly critical of the university, and documented topics such as mandatory R.O.T.C. participation, athletics, greek life and the Business School. Other highly satirical editorials sought to address other hot issues of the era such as racial inequality, the influence of the Ku Klux Klan, gender inequality, and the existence of women's dormitory hours. Other articles were satirical simply for the sake of humor such as the article "In Defense of Necking," or featured the now bygone campus landmarks such as the Book Nook and the wooden boardwalk.

Administrative Information

Usage Restrictions
Copyright interests for this collection have not been transferred to the Trustees of Indiana University. For more information, contact the Indiana University Archivist.
Preferred Citation
[Item], The Vagabond, Collection C461, Office of University Archives and Records Management, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Processing Information
Processed by Carrie Schwier.

Completed in 2012.


Series: Volume 1, 1923/1924 

Box 1 No. 1, October 1923 

Cover by H.I. Middlehurst


[Front Matter]
  • Table of Contents
  • Dedication
  • pp. 1, 3
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"Marching On," Perry W. Bailey
  • Story
  • pp. 5-8
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"Indiana's Earliest Magazines," Carl Asquand
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-13
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"In a Waste Land," Mauck Brammer
  • Poem
  • pp. 13-14
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"Larceny," Harloyd Mixtil
  • Play
  • pp. 14-18
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"A Love Song"
  • Poem
  • pp. 14-18
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"A Rebirth of Wonder at Indiana," by a Dyspeptic Idealist
  • Essay
  • pp. 19-23
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"Chinese Lyrics," Translated by Robert Huang
  • Poem
  • p. 23
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"Campus Coed's Costumes," Alleda Robb
  • Illustration
  • p. 24
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"William Baird Elkin, Philosopher and Irishman," Philip B. Rice "Campus Silhouettes No. I"
  • Satire
  • pp. 25-28
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"Nightmare in a Minor Key," Sir Polonius Panurge
  • Poem
  • p. 29
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"In a Grey House," Louise Hastings
  • Story
  • pp. 30-32
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Editorial
  • pp. 33-34
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"The Vagabond Offers Prizes"
  • Announcement
  • pp. 33-34

"Philosophic Book Nooking"
  • Essay
  • p. 34

"Our Patriotism"
  • Announcement
  • p. 34

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 35-38
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Yniard
  • Review
  • p. 35-37

Jurgen
  • Review
  • pp. 37-38

Vagabondage
  • pp. 39-44
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[Illustration with quote by Jane Austen]
  • Illustration
  • p. 39

"Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana"
  • Jokes
  • p. 40

"Laboratory Guide for Freshmen in Campustry"
  • Jokes
  • p. 41

"Youthful Indiscretions of the Faculty"
  • Jokes
  • p. 42

"Rejected"
  • Jokes
  • p. 42

"To Anyone Occasionally"
  • Poem
  • p. 42

"The Art of Darius Buzzwell"
  • Story
  • pp. 43-44

"Vote for Us and Truth"
  • Jokes
  • p. 44

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • p. 45-48

Includes back cover.

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Box 1 No. 2, December 1923 

Cover by Mary Ann Cotton


[Front Matter]
  • Table of Contents
  • Contributors
  • pp. 3-4
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"Should the Curriculum of Indiana University be Revised?"
  • Essay
  • pp. 5-9
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"Like Birds of Former Springs," Anna T. Geran
  • Poem
  • pp. 9-10
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"The Passing of the Melodrama," Trinculo Foolstaff
  • Story
  • pp. 10-14
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"Janus Speaks," Philip B. Rice
  • Poem
  • p. 14
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"Young Sycamore by the River," Poz
  • Poem
  • Illustration
  • p. 15
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"Will Taliaferro Hale, Personification of the Comic Spirit," Wilbur S. Fulow "Campus Silhouettes No. II"
  • Satire
  • pp. 16-19
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"Things Entire," Rodman Hillard
  • Story
  • pp. 20-24
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"When I'm a Sailor," Anna T. Geran
  • Poem
  • p. 25
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"Impressions of the North Woods," Sir Polonius Panurge
  • Story
  • p. 26-30
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Editorial
  • pp. 31-37
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"Prize Award for Cover"
  • Dedication
  • p. 31

"Our Campus Revues"
  • Essay
  • pp. 32-33

"A Protest Against Our Convocations"
  • Essay
  • pp. 33-35

"Communication"
  • Letter
  • pp. 35-37

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 38-41
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"Upton Sinclair's The Goose Step," by Sir Polonius Panurge
  • Review
  • pp. 38-40

" Janet March by Floyd Dell"
  • Review
  • pp. 40-41

Vagabondage
  • pp. 42-51
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"Sock"
  • Review
  • p. 42

"Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 42-43

"Medic Students Please Copy"
  • Jokes
  • p. 43

"Christmas Verses"
  • Poem
  • p. 44

"Great Victory for the Yappin' Hoosiers"
  • Story
  • pp. 44-45

"Vote for Us and Truth"
  • Jokes
  • p. 46

"Song of the Sidewalk," By Vachel Lindsay
  • Poem
  • Parody
  • p. 47

"Village Crack," By Henry W. Longfellow
  • Poem
  • Parody
  • p. 47

"Soliloquy of the Sidewalk," By Carl Sandburg
  • Poem
  • Parody
  • pp. 48-49

"Revised Pleas"
  • Dialogue
  • p. 49

"By Products"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 50-51

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 47-52

Includes back cover.

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Box 1 No. 3, [February] 1924 

Cover by Mary Ann Cotton


[Front Matter]
  • Table of Contents
  • Contributors
  • pp. 3-4
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"The Sea Gull," Yoshitaka Shioji
  • Illustration
  • p. 2

"What Is Indiana's Greatest Need?" Answered by President Bryan, U. G. Weatherly, A. S. Hershey, W. E. Jenkins, H. H. Carter and W. B. Elkin.
  • Essay
  • pp. 5-11
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"Two Poems," Robert Fink
  • Poem
  • p. 11
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Nemesis
  • Poem
  • p. 11

Night Camp
  • Poem
  • p. 11

"The Era of Sock," Tempo
  • Essay
  • pp. 12-14
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"Chalice of the Strong," Raymond Bouvet
  • Poem
  • p. 15
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"Speed Thou Death," Harley Tally
  • Poem
  • p. 15
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"Missus Addie Lappan," Rodman Hilliard
  • Story
  • pp. 16-19
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"White Whiskers and Poetry," Sir Polonius Panurge
  • Poem
  • pp. 20-21
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"Frank Senour, Professor of English," Joe Smack "Campus Silhouettes. No. III"
  • Satire
  • pp. 22-24
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 25-32
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"A Modern Fable"
  • Story
  • pp. 25-26

"Reading Taste at I. U."
  • Essay
  • pp. 26

"Babbitism and Progress"
  • Essay
  • pp. 26-28

"Honor Bright"
  • Review
  • p. 28

"The Stadium Builders"
  • Essay
  • p. 28-30

"Freshman Composition"
  • Essay
  • pp. 30-32

"Indianana"
  • Jokes
  • p. 32

"Don Bolt, the Reviewer"
  • Dedication
  • p. 32

"A University Competes with Ziegfeld," Robert E. Harris
  • Essay
  • pp. 33-35
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The Burning Glass
  • pp. 36-41
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" Freedom and the College by Alexander Meiklejohn"
  • Review
  • pp. 36-38

" A Social Study of Mental Defectives in County H, Indiana by Hazel Irene Hansford"
  • Review
  • pp. 38-39

" Young Felixby Frank Swinnerton"
  • Review
  • pp. 39-40

" The New Decalogue of Scienceby L.E. Wiggam"
  • Review
  • pp. 40-41

Vagabondage
  • pp. 42-52
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"Indiana's Greatest Need"
  • Jokes
  • p. 42

"The Aristocrat"
  • Jokes
  • p. 43

"The Campus Seager"
  • Jokes
  • p. 43

"Vote for Us and Truth"
  • Jokes
  • p. 44

"Higher Education"
  • Jokes
  • p. 45

"For the Absent Minded Prof."
  • Jokes
  • p. 45

"The Spirit of Contemporary Literature"
  • Poem
  • p. 45

"The Ideally Composed Sorority"
  • Jokes
  • p. 46

"Recommended For Congressmen"
  • Jokes
  • p. 47

"By Products"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 48-52

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 46-53

Includes back cover.

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Box 1 No. 4-5, May/June 1924 

Cover Design by Yoshitaka Shioji


[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-8
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"The Dark Tarn of Auber," [Frontispiece], Y. Shioji
  • [unnumbered pages]
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"The Union Building Should Have an Adequate Auditorium!"
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-10
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"The Tall Faces," William H. Wright
  • Story
  • pp. 11-14
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"T.C. Steele, Artist and Gentleman," By Prof. Elisha Witwarmer "Campus Silhouette No. IV"
  • Satire
  • pp. 15-18
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"From the Ashes of Old Europe," By Gail Hamilton "Glimpses of Foreign Universities After the War"
  • Essay
  • pp. 19-24
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"Gargoyles," V.M.
  • Poem
  • p. 24
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"The Era of Sock No.II," By Tempo
  • Essay
  • pp. 25-27
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"Julie and the Seven Wise Men," Rodman Hilliard
  • Story
  • pp. 28-36
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"On Recherche Le Dieu," By Violet Muse
  • Poem
  • pp. 37-38
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"To the Older Generation: From the Younger," Philip B. Rice
  • Essay
  • pp. 39-45
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"Spring Green," Leila Shelley
  • Poem
  • p. 45
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"Haresfoot in Hoosierdom," Robert E. Harris
  • Review
  • pp. 46-47
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"The Indiana Man," By DeWitt O'Kieffe, Wabash, '26
  • Essay
  • pp. 48-51
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"In A Boudoir," L. S.
  • Poem
  • Illustration
  • p. 51
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"Editorial: The Year in Retrospect"
  • Essay
  • pp. 52-56
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 57-59
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"In Defense of Athletes"
  • Essay
  • pp. 57-58

"Hallelujah!"
  • Satire
  • p. 58

"Essay on Mutability"
  • Jokes
  • p. 58

"A Lurid Confession"
  • Jokes
  • p. 59

"Thou Shalt Not Steal"
  • Essay
  • p. 59

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 60-64
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"The Faculty Crashes Through" Symphonies and Songs by John Robert Moore
  • Review
  • pp. 60-61

"Another College Novel" The Plastic Age by Percy Mark
  • Review
  • pp. 61-62

"The Baboon Hunter" In His Image by William Jennings Bryan
  • Review
  • pp. 62-63

"Brainfood for Babbits" Liberty, the Chicago Tribune Weekly
  • Review
  • pp. 63-64

Vagabondage
  • pp. 65-73
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"Indiana University Pageant: Episode No. 4" "(The Episode that was not given on Centennial Day.)" "Lux et Veritas: 1924 model"
  • Play
  • pp. 65-66

"Rodney Jones, Aesthete and Wit" "Student Silhouettes No. I"
  • Satire
  • p. 66

"Cecilia Smith, Revoltee" "Student Silhouettes No. II"
  • Satire
  • p. 67

[Misc.]
  • Jokes
  • pp. 68-73

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 67-76

Includes back cover.

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Series: Volume 2, 1924/1925 

Box 1 No. 1, October 1924 

Cover Design by Eleanor Fleming and Mary Ann Cotton


[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-8
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"The Turn of the Road," [Frontispiece]
  • Photograph
  • [unnumbered page]
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"Gigantism and the University," The Editors
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-15
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"Sonnet: Love of the Fleeting," Philip B. Rice
  • Poem
  • p. 15
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"Goldie Tippical," [A Story], Frank Smith
  • Story
  • pp. 16-21
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"Autumn Night," [A Poem], Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Poem
  • p. 21
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"The End of the Jazz Age," Sir Polonius Panurge
  • Story
  • pp. 22-27
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"Rhapsody In Mud," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Poem
  • p. 27
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"Henry Thew Stephenson, Novelist and Teacher," Robert E. Harris "Campus Silhouette, No. V"
  • Satire
  • p. 28-31
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"Gulls," [A Poem], Paul Ruthven
  • Poem
  • p. 31
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"Bozo Learns About Women," [A Story], Rodman Hilliard
  • Story
  • pp. 32-40
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"Those Who Can't," [A Story], Mauck Brammer
  • Story
  • pp. 41-43
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"Loss," [A Poem], Myrtle Johnson
  • Poem
  • p. 43
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Editorial
  • pp. 44-47
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"We Praise a Convo Speaker"
  • Essay
  • pp. 44-45

"Publicity for Freedom"
  • Announcement
  • p. 46

"Provincialism and the Curriculum"
  • Essay
  • pp. 46-47

Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 48-55
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"On Immorality"
  • Essay
  • pp. 48-49

"Progress of Advertising"
  • Jokes
  • p. 50

"Corrupting Advice to Freshman"
  • Essay
  • pp. 50-55

"The Irony of Politics"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 55

"Hail Apollo!"
  • Announcement
  • p. 55

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 56-60
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"The Real Mark Twain"
  • Essay
  • pp. 56-57

"A Belated Naturalist" A Lovely Day by Henry Ceard (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, $2)
  • Review
  • p. 58

"Adventures with a Book List"
  • Review
  • pp. 59-60

Junior Vagabond for Kollege Kiddies
  • pp. 61-76
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"Suggested Improvements for the Book Nook" "To Further Promote Good Fellowship and the Art of Borasserie:"
  • Jokes
  • p. 61

"Why Do Women-"
  • Jokes
  • p. 61

"The Prom 2024 A.D" "(If We Are to Believe the Younger Novelists)"
  • Story
  • p. 62

"The Ku Klux Klan" "Has Been on the Kampus, Is on the Kampus, And Will Be on the Kampus" "(Extract from the katalogue of Indiana University for the year 1925-1926, after the Ku Klux Klan has elected all state officers.)"
  • Essay
  • Illustration
  • pp. 63-66

"The Book Nooker"
  • Poem
  • p. 66

"I Hate College Boys" "(Written by a disillusioned flapper.)"
  • Poem
  • pp. 67-68

"I Love College Girls" "(Written by a disillusioned candy.)"
  • Poem
  • pp. 68-69

"His Twenty-Fifth Rib"
  • Jokes
  • p. 70

"How to Tell a Student Who Plans to be a Teacher"
  • Jokes
  • p. 71

"Our Usual R.O.T.C. Joke"
  • Jokes
  • p. 71

"A New Policy"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 72-75

"Another Angle on K. K. K."
  • Jokes
  • p. 76

"A Tragedy"
  • Jokes
  • p. 76

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 69-76

Includes back cover.

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Box 1 No. 2, December 1924 

Cover Design by Mary Ann Cotton


[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-8
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"The First Snowfall," [Frontispiece], T.C. Steele
  • Photograph
  • [unnumbered page]
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"Arcadia in Absence," F.C. Senour
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-13
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"The Two Christmas Dinners," [A Story], Leila Shelley
  • Story
  • pp. 14-17
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"Through Eyes of Irony and Pity," By Philip B. Rice "Campus Silhouettes No. VI: Ulysses G. Weatherly"
  • Satire
  • pp. 18-22
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"Adieux Forecast," [Verse], Grace Shoup
  • Poem
  • p. 22
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 23-27
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"In Defense of Necking"
  • Essay
  • pp. 23-26

"Bobbed Hair and the Uplift"
  • Essay
  • pp. 26-27

"Progress of Theology in Bloomington"
  • Jokes
  • p. 27

"High Hat in Budapest," Jack Geiger
  • Story
  • p. 28-30
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"Rejected," [Verse], Robert Dane
  • Poem
  • p. 30
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"A Sisterly Plot," [A Story], Rodman Hilliard
  • Story
  • pp. 31-40
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"Snow," [Verse], Robert Dane with Drawing by Yoshitaka Shioji
  • Poem
  • p. 40
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"Posteriora Plumbosa at I. U.," By a Reformed Book Nooker
  • Essay
  • pp. 41-44
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"Jazz Duet," Robert E. Harris
  • Story
  • pp. 45-48
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"Ode to a Torn Wrench," [Verse], Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Poem
  • p. 48
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Editorial
  • pp. 49-53
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"A Forerunner to 'Gigantism'"
  • Essay
  • pp. 49-50

"To the Typewriters!"
  • Essay
  • pp. 50-51

"Pearls to the Swine"
  • Essay
  • pp. 51-52

"Communication," Alumnus '22
  • Letter
  • p. 52-53

"The Vagabond's Role of Honor"
  • Jokes
  • p. 53

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 54-57
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"Five College Magazines"
  • Review
  • pp. 54-56

"As Others See the American University"
  • Essay
  • pp. 56-57

"Life and Doubt," [Sonnet], Paul Ruthven
  • Poem
  • p. 57
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The Junior Vagabond for Kollege Kiddies
  • pp. 58-64
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"The Indiana Co-Ed," By a Depauw Man
  • Essay
  • pp. 58-59

[Misc.]
  • Jokes
  • pp. 60-64

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 59-64

Includes back cover.

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Box 1 No. 3, March 1925 

Cover Design by Yoshitaka Shioji


[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-8
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"Over the Hill," [Frontispeice], T.C. Steele
  • Photograph
  • [unnumbered page]
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"Our Frightened Education," The Editors
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-15
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"Mister, Come and See My Baby," John Oscar Beck
  • Story
  • pp. 16-17
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"'Semmy' [Dean Sembower]," Robert E. Harris and P.B.R. "Campus Silhouette VII"
  • Satire
  • pp. 18-21
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"Protest," [A Poem], Wilbert Snow
  • Poem
  • p. 21
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 22-27
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"On Fraternities"
  • Essay
  • pp. 22-24

"Decadence of Journalism in Hoosierdom"
  • Poem
  • pp. 24-25

"An Instructor's Glossary"
  • Jokes
  • p. 26

"Learning Or Junk?"
  • Essay
  • pp. 26-27

"R.O.T.C Note"
  • Jokes
  • p. 27

"Eternity - A Cosmic Farce in Three Scenes," Philip B. Rice
  • Play
  • pp. 28-37
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"Us Waffles," [A Fable], Jack Bold
  • Story
  • pp. 38-39
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"I'S," [A Poem], Winifred Anne Wilhite
  • Poem
  • p. 39
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"Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus," Sir Polonius Panurge "The Kallikak of Literature" "A Philosophic Interpretation"
  • Essay
  • pp. 40-42
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Editorial
  • pp. 43-50
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"To the Alumni and the Trustees"
  • Essay
  • pp. 43-46

"Bravo Garrick"
  • Essay
  • pp. 46-47

"Emasculating the Professor"
  • Essay
  • pp. 47-48

"Three Letters"
  • Letter
  • pp. 49-50

"Reading Habits at I.U."
  • Jokes
  • p. 50

"Triolet," [A Poem], Philip B. Rice
  • Poem
  • p. 50
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The Burning Glass
  • pp. 51-53
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"A Novel of Indiana University" Initiation by George Shively, Harcourt Brace and Co., N. Y. $2
  • Jokes
  • pp. 51-52

"The Misology of Mr. Morley" "To the Editor, Saturday Review of Literature"
  • Letter
  • pp. 52-53

The Junior Vagabond for Kollege Kiddies
  • pp. 54-63
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"Fourteen Degrees Below Tuesday: A Morality Play in Three Acts," Wolfgang B. Bunkhaus
  • Play
  • pp. 54-55

"For a Bottle of Rum"
  • Poem
  • p. 55

"Ghost of the ol' Board Walk"
  • Poem
  • p. 56

"The Student Mind"
  • Poem
  • p. 57

[Untitled]
  • Poem
  • p. 58

"I Hate-"
  • Jokes
  • p. 58

"Reverie," by T. L. S.
  • Poem
  • p. 58

"The Math Major's Lament"
  • Poem
  • p. 59

"King's English?"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 59-60

"A Cross-word Puz-le"
  • Poem
  • p. 60

"Hymn of Hate"
  • Jokes
  • p. 61

"Helpful Hints to Fish"
  • Jokes
  • p. 62

"Late News"
  • Jokes
  • pp. 62-63

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 56-63

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Box 1 No. 4, May/June 1925 

Cover Design by Yoshitaka Shioji


[Front Matter]
  • Jokes
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • Dedication
  • pp. 1-8
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"Belmont," [Frontispiece], T.C. Steele
  • Photograph
  • [unnumbered page]
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"Vale," The Editors
  • Essay
  • pp. 9-17
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"Won'erful Nell," By Frank Smith
  • Story
  • pp. 18-21
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"The 'Big Man,'" [A Story], Edmund Bierwagen
  • Story
  • pp. 22-30
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 31-36
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"Youth and the Age" "A Familiar Fable in Two Parts"
  • Story
  • pp. 31-32

"The Thundering Herd"
  • Essay
  • pp. 32-33

"Dramatic Note"
  • Announcement
  • p. 33

"Viva Babbittry!"
  • Essay
  • pp. 33-34

"Limitation of Enrollment"
  • Jokes
  • p. 34

"Decadence of Journalism" "On the Wings of Mercury" "Campus Activities Again"
  • Review
  • Reprint
  • pp. 34-36

"A Comedy of Errors"
  • Story
  • p. 36

"W.E. Jenkins, Scourge of 100 Percenters," P.B. Rice and R.E. Harris "Campus Silhouettes No. VIII"
  • Satire
  • pp. 37-40
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"A Word to the Better Sort," Professor Galahad Jones
  • Essay
  • pp. 41-48
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"Lovers and Linguists," [Verse], Ethel Marjorie Knapp
  • Poem
  • p. 48
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"The Great Lover," [Verse], Edmund Bierwagen
  • Poem
  • p. 49-50
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"To Her Thinking Me Tipsy," [Verse], Robert Dane
  • Poem
  • p. 50
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"Pedant's Progress," [A Story], Rodman Hilliard
  • Story
  • pp. 51-56
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"The American University as Critics See It"
  • Essay
  • pp. 57-59
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Editorial
  • pp. 60-62
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"Apologies"
  • Announcement
  • p. 60

"Our Unhealthful Athletics"
  • Essay
  • pp. 60-62

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 63-66
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"Main Street Medics," R. P. Bond Arrowsmith By Sinclair Lewis (Harcourt, Brace Co., New York. $2.)
  • Review
  • pp. 63-65

"The Jazz Age at California," E. B. The Western Age By Clarkson Crane (Harcourt, Brace Co., New York. $2.)
  • Review
  • pp. 65-66

"Regrets in Paganism," [Verse], Paul Ruthven
  • Poem
  • p. 66
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The Junior Vagabond for Kollege Kiddies
  • pp. 67-72
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"A Snake in the Gravy, or the Hissing Mortgage," by Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus "A Sociological Drama"
  • Play
  • pp. 67-68

[misc.]
  • Jokes
  • pp. 69-72

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 69-72

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Series: Volume 3, 1925/1926 

Box 1 No. 1, November 1925 

[Front Matter]
  • Jokes
  • Advertisements
  • Table of Contents
  • Contributors
  • pp. 1-5
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"The Frontispiece," By G. A. Howland
  • Profile
  • p. 6
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"Landschaft: Verwandeln," [Frontispiece], Adolph Dehn
  • Photograph
  • [unnumbered page]
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"The Passing of the Teacher," Philip B. Rice
  • Essay
  • pp. 7-12
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"Frustration," [A Poem], Abner
  • Poem
  • p. 12
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"The Strange Case of Wildern," [A Story], Carl Asquand
  • Story
  • pp. 13-20
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"Immigrant America Speaks," [A Poem], Bowie Millican
  • Poem
  • pp. 21-22
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"My Lady," [Verse]
  • Poem
  • p. 22
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"Theodore Dreiser," Williams M. Toner "Indiana University's Only Literary Genuis"
  • Satire
  • pp. 23-27
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 28-35
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"On House-Mothers," By Wad Allen
  • Satire
  • pp. 28-32

"Football Pep Session"
  • Jokes
  • p. 32

"Order of Peons"
  • Jokes
  • p. 32

"Rotarian Culture"
  • Jokes
  • p. 32

"The Daily Student Confesses"
  • Reprint
  • pp. 33-34

"Systematized Exultation"
  • Jokes
  • p. 34

"Death Rattle"
  • Jokes
  • p. 34

"Antimetabole"
  • Reprint
  • Story
  • pp. 34-35

"So Long Alone," [A Poem]
  • Poem
  • p. 35
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"Amos Shartle Hershey - Non-Conformist," By Charles Hyneman [Campus Silhouette No. IX]
  • Satire
  • pp. 36-41
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"Supplication," [A Poem]
  • Poem
  • p. 41
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"Cacophony," [A Story], Leon Wallace and Anna Ruth Haworth
  • Story
  • pp. 42-47
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"The Law School," Edmund Bierwagen
  • Essay
  • pp. 48-53
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"A Ship," [A Poem], Abner
  • Poem
  • p. 53
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"Why the Average American is Sub-Normal," Mauck Brammer
  • Essay
  • pp. 54-56
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"Deux Lyriques de L'Amour," Leila Shelley
  • Poem
  • p. 56
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Editorial
  • pp. 57-61
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"The Vagabond Again"
  • Announcement
  • p. 57

"Anti-Democratic Education"
  • Essay
  • pp. 57-59

"Freedom of Speech"
  • Essay
  • pp. 59-60

"That Dumbest Professorial Remark"
  • Announcement
  • pp. 60-61

"Letter"
  • Letter
  • p. 61

"The American University as Critics See It" Willa Cather, The Professor's House
  • Reprint
  • p. 61

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 63-65
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"SIC Semper Academicis," by Richmond P. Bond The Professor's House by Willa Cather (Alfred A. Knopf Co., N. Y. 1925. $2.00 net.)
  • Review
  • pp. 63-64

"Horn-Rimmed Specs and Education," by Wiliams M. Toner Professor by Stanley Johnson (Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1925.)
  • Review
  • pp. 64-65

Vagabondage
  • pp. 66-70
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"'Amos, The Boy Skunk' or 'The Building of the Wedding Hen,'" By Wolfgang Beethovan Bunkhaus
  • Play
  • pp. 66-67

"To Short-Skirted Coeds"
  • Poem
  • p. 67

"The Drunken Barber" (Title by Bunkhaus)
  • Poem
  • p. 68

"The Brushwood Rooter's Lament," J. A.
  • Poem
  • pp. 68-69

"The Flight of the Orphan Bird," By Oscar Humidor Martin "(A Poem of 6,218 lines of which 6,202 are rumored to be in Detroit.)"
  • Poem
  • p. 70

[Untitled]
  • Poem
  • p. 71

Thoughts In An Eleven O'Clock
  • Poem
  • p. 71

[Advertisements]
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  • pp. 70-72

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Box 2 No. 2, January 1926 

Cover Design by Yoshitaka Shioji


[Front Matter] [image]View item(s)
  • Advertisements
  • Jokes
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-5

"A Wood Cut," [Frontispiece], Wanda Gag
  • Woodcut
  • p. 6, [unnumbered page]
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"The Three Wise Men of Bloomington," Carl Asquand
  • Story
  • pp. 7-14
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"Dusk of the World," [A Poem], Paul Ruthven
  • Poem
  • p. 14
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"The Sophistication of Avril," [A Story], Philip Blair Rice
  • Story
  • pp. 15-22
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"Why a Commerce School?" Williams M. Toner and N. M. Davis
  • Essay
  • pp. 23-27
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 28-35
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"That Parable of the Fried Potato," Wad Allen
  • Story
  • pp. 28-32

"From the Daily Student"
  • Reprint
  • pp. 32-33

"Of Interest to Kollege Kiddies"
  • Reprint
  • p. 33

"Another Advantage of Prohibition"
  • Reprint
  • pp. 33-34

"Dirty!"
  • Reprint
  • p. 34

"Pigskin Preferred"
  • Reprint
  • p. 34

"Onward, Education"
  • Reprint
  • p. 34

"Social Service of the Kamelia"
  • Essay
  • pp. 34-35

"Where Books are Concerned"
  • Jokes
  • p. 35

"Condolences"
  • Satire
  • p. 33

"Dr. Carl H. Eigenmann," Anna Ruth Haworth "Campus Silhouette No. X"
  • Satire
  • pp. 36-40
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"The Fog," [A Poem], Franz Montgomery
  • Poem
  • p. 40
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"Windows of the King," [A Story], Robert Edward Harris
  • Story
  • pp. 41-49
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"Our Fear of Intelligence," Mauck Brammer
  • Story
  • pp. 50-51
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Editorials
  • pp. 52-58
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"R.O.T.C."
  • Essay
  • pp. 52-57

"Letters"
  • Letter
  • pp. 57-58

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 59-61
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"The New Realism of the Middle West," Roy A. Tower
  • Review
  • pp. 59-61

Vagabondage
  • pp. 62-67
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"Bunkhaus is Dead!"
  • Essay
  • p. 62

"Fine Fish Don't Eat No Breakfast," Roland McFeeters
  • Story
  • pp. 62, 64

"Hail to Old I.U.," Y. Shioji
  • Comic
  • p. 63

"Frustration," Gloomington Gussie
  • Poem
  • p. 64

"Our Own Little Court Martial"
  • Play
  • pp. 64-66

[Misc.]
  • Jokes
  • p. 67

[Advertisements]
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  • pp. 66-68

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Box 2 No. 3-4, May-June 1926 

Cover Design by Eleanor Mebane


[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Jokes
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-5
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"Samoht Sregor," Thos. P. Rogers
  • Poem
  • p. 1

"Elective Affinity"
  • Poem
  • p. 1

"Earthbound," [Frontispiece], by Robert Davidson
  • Photograph
  • pp. 6, [unnumbered page]
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"Who Killed Pan?" Mauck Brammer "A Modern Fable"
  • Story
  • pp. 7-13
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"Two Drawings," Yoshitaka Shioji
  • Illustration
  • pp. 14-15
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"Archaeology," [A Story], George Shively
  • Story
  • pp.16-35
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"Song," [A Poem], Leila Shelly
  • Poem
  • p. 35
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"Why Not a School of Crime?" Harlan Logan
  • Essay
  • pp. 36-41
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"To the Mock-Bird," [A Poem], Bowie Millican
  • Poem
  • p. 41
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"A Campus Case," [A Story], Rodman Hilliard
  • Story
  • pp. 42-50
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"Progression," [A Poem], Alonzo
  • Poem
  • p. 50
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"Inquisitorial," [A Poem], Violet Frances Muse
  • Poem
  • p. 50
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"The Tale of Hourda the Virgin," by Williams M. Toner
  • Story
  • pp. 51-53
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"California Trees," [A Poem], Violet Francis Muse
  • Poem
  • p. 53
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"The Life and Death of Bunkhaus," Tod Owlin
  • Story
  • pp. 54-59
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"Fulfillment" and "Pool and Brook," by Lola Malatt
  • Poem
  • p. 59
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Notes on Higher Culture at Indiana
  • pp. 60-67
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"Perfect Behavior"
  • Reprint
  • pp. 60-61

"A Confession!"
  • Essay
  • pp. 61-62

"For the Militarists"
  • Aphorism
  • p. 62

"Literature Booms at Backwater," Snigzy Grimes
  • Essay
  • Satire
  • pp. 62-64

"Whither Goest Thou, Indiana," Louise Hastings
  • Reprint
  • pp. 64

"Concerning the Auditorium"
  • Reprint
  • pp. 64-65

"The Arbutus"
  • Satire
  • p. 65

"Why Comma Hounds Bark on Moonlight Nights"
  • Satire
  • pp. 65-67

"Reclusion," [A Poem], F.E. Wylie
  • Poem
  • p. 67
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"Archdeacon of Comma Hounds: My Friend Stith Thompson," Robert E. Harris "Campus Silhouette No. X"
  • Satire
  • pp. 68-73
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"Sonnet," Alfred Obermyer
  • Poem
  • p. 73
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"The Optimist," [A Poem], Bowie Millican
  • Poem
  • pp. 74-75
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"Song to a Witch," [A Poem], Paul Ruthven
  • Poem
  • p. 75
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"Pages from an Oxford Notebook," Philip B. Rice
  • Story
  • pp. 76-82
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[Untitled], [Poem], Robert Dane
  • Poem
  • p. 82
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"Halltree," [A Parody], Williams M. Toner
  • Story
  • pp. 83-86
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"Of Love, of Marriage, of the Inaccessible," Nathan Davis
  • Essay
  • pp. 87-92
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"Horace, Ode V," A Free Translation by William Lesh
  • Poem
  • p. 92
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"Mr. Hornblow Goes to the Play," Harlan Logan
  • Story
  • pp. 93-94
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Editorials
  • pp. 95-106
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"Military Training"
  • Essay
  • pp. 95-99

"Inbred Indiana"
  • Reprint
  • pp. 99-101

"Omega?"
  • Essay
  • pp. 101-105

"A Letter from Mencken"
  • Letter
  • p. 106

"An Alumnus Writes"
  • Letter
  • p. 106

The Burning Glass
  • pp. 107-108
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" The Mauve Decade by Thomas Beer," Nathan Davis
  • Review
  • pp. 107-108

Vagabondage
  • pp. 109-112
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"Abe Bloaters, the Four-Legged Buzzard, or, Why Not Kill Aunt Hally?" by Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus "A Novel"
  • Play
  • pp. 109-110

[Misc.]
  • Jokes
  • pp. 110-112

"Despair," by Pouquoinot
  • Poem
  • pp. 112

[Advertisements]
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  • pp. 110-112

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Series: Volume 4, 1926/1927 

Box 2 No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 

[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • p. 1-3
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"The Maggots'll Gitcha," Addie Noydes
  • Poem
  • p. 2

"A Study," Adolph Dehn
  • Illustration
  • p. 4
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"Under the Shelter of 'Ideals,'" Edmund Bierwagen
  • Essay
  • pp. 5-9
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"The College Student: Juvenile Sophisticate," Nathan Davis
  • Essay
  • pp. 10-13
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"Why I Am an Atheist," Herbert W. Burkle
  • Essay
  • pp. 14-17
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"Lord Effingham's Christmas Party," Townsend S. Albright
  • Story
  • pp. 18-25
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"Respite" and "Lament," [Two Poems], by Lola Mallatt
  • Poem
  • p. 25
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"The Negro at Indiana," Rufus Calvin Kuykendall
  • Essay
  • pp. 18-25
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Editorials
  • pp. 29-33
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"Religion of the College Student: An Outlet for the Sex Urge"
  • Essay
  • pp. 29-30

"Military Neurosis"
  • Essay
  • pp. 30-31

"Football Asses"
  • Story
  • Satire
  • pp. 31-32

"The Revolt of Youth"
  • Essay
  • p. 33

"Advice to Prospective P.B.K.'s"
  • Satire
  • p. 33

"Perhaps in 1930"
  • Announcement
  • Satire
  • p. 33

Vagabondage
  • pp. 34-36, 39
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"Granville Unthanks Merger or Why Hate Celery," by Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Play
  • pp. 34-36

"Gloriana," Alvin B. Zeplowitz
  • Essay
  • p. 39

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 36-40

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Series: Volume 6[5], 1928 

Box 2 No. 1, May 1928 

[Front Matter]
  • Advertisements
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-4
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"A Communication from the Dark," Edmund Bierwagen
  • Essay
  • p. 5
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"Curious Cuisine of a Study of the Great Bloomington Bellyache," by M.H. Smith
  • Essay
  • p. 6
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"Paris - Nocturne," by William M. Toner
  • Story
  • pp. 6-7, 11
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"Why I Bought and Airplane Factory - A Message for Farmers," by Wad Allen
  • Essay
  • pp. 8, 11
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Exchanges
  • pp. 9- 10
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"The New Student" "Vol. 7. No. New York, Wednesday, April 4, 1928. Antioch Continues Its Experimentation"
  • Reprint
  • p. 9

"Der Welt-Eagle, Or, Was Und Warum Hast Du?" Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Poem
  • p. 9

"The McRice and McFall of Aunt Foley," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
  • Poem
  • p. 10

"Edmund Spencer Returns to Earth," Franz Montgomery
  • Poem
  • p. 10

"Blue Flower," Elizabeth K. Van Duesen
  • Poem
  • p. 10

"Lovely Ladies," Joseph Moore
  • Poem
  • p. 10

[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 12-16

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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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  • pp. 63-64

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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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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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  • pp. 59, 61-63

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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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  • pp. 61-63

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Series: Volume 7, 1930/1931 

Box 2 No. 1, Novemeber 1930 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-3
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"Head," [Woodcut], S. W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 4
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"Vagabondagerie," J .H. Pitman
  • Essay
  • pp. 5-7
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"C'etait Trop," E. Flora
  • Story
  • pp. 8-10
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[Untitled], [Poem], Nathan
  • Poem
  • p. 10
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"Paul Vorhees McNutt," A. H. and R. H.
  • Profile
  • pp. 11-12
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"A Lesson for Armistice Day," Spurius Longimanus Mus
  • Story
  • pp. 13-14
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"Memorial Hall Towers," [Woodcut], S. W. Rudder
  • Story
  • p. 15
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"Two Elegies," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 16
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"The Passing of Arthur," Portable Porcelain
  • Story
  • pp. 17-21
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"Joyride," Sheila Rafferty
  • Poem
  • pp. 22-23
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"Perennial Vergil," Claude W. Barlow
  • Essay
  • pp. 24-27
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"Happily Ever After," Catherine Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 28-30
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"The Vagabond: Retrospect and Prospect"
  • Essay
  • pp. 31-33
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"Oats," Leila Shelley
  • Story
  • pp. 34-39
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"We Have a Little Comer in Hell For-"
  • Essay
  • pp. 40-41
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"Church Advertising: New Style," Dan Carlyle
  • Essay
  • pp. 42-45
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"Yappin' Losers," A. H. and R. H.
  • Essay
  • pp. 46-47
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Books
  • pp. 48-49
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"The Shortest Path to a Piece of Cheese," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 48-49

"Just Another Poet," Sarah Goldstein
  • Review
  • pp. 50-52

"Kindergarten- 2; Indiana- 0," "(They won by a safety-pin)"
  • Essay
  • Satire
  • p. 53
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  • pp. 53-56

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Box 2 No. 2, December 1930 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-4
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"Flight," [Woodcut], Stephen Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 5
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"Saga," Delight Hinton
  • Story
  • pp. 6-13
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"The Cult of Rampant Patriots," Charles W. Smith
  • Essay
  • pp. 14-16
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"Helen to Penelope, Penelope to Helen" Betty Fleming
  • Poem
  • p. 17
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"Applesauce," Jen Essis
  • Story
  • pp. 18-19
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"Protest," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 20
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"Entrance to Commerce Hall," [Woodcut], Stephen Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 21
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"The Yule Party," Leila Shelley
  • Story
  • pp. 22-26
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"Problem" and "Statement," [Two Poems], Vivian Lee Welch
  • Poem
  • p. 27
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"A New Tune on an Old String"
  • Essay
  • Satire
  • pp. 28-30
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"Traveling Man's Girl," Helen Rogers
  • Story
  • pp. 31-35
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"On Being An Organist and Why"
  • Essay
  • p. 36
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"Symphony a la Bunkhaus," Sentimental Tommy
  • Play
  • Illustration
  • pp. 37-41
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Correspondence
  • pp. 42-43
  • Letter
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"We Have a Little Corner in Hell for Professors"
  • Essay
  • pp. 44-45
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Books
  • pp. 46-50
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Mother's Cry, J. H. Pittman
  • Review
  • pp. 46-48

"In Quiet Desperation," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 49-50

"Explanation," Nathan
  • Poem
  • p. 51
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Jokes
  • Jokes
  • pp. 52, 54-56
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  • pp. 53, 55-56

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Box 2 No. 3, March 1931 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • p. 1-5
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"Landschaft," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 6
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"Noon Hour," Edna Glair
  • Story
  • pp. 7-10
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"William Moenkhaus," Dean B. Winfred Merrill
  • Profile
  • pp. 11-12
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"The Miraculous Deeds of Bunkhaus," Phil Rice
  • Profile
  • pp. 13-17
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"The Woman with a Cameo," J.H. Pitman "To an imaginary portrait by Giorgione"
  • Poem
  • p. 18
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"Semira," Catherine Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 19-23
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"Pygmalion," J. H. Pitman
  • Poem
  • p. 23
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"Maxwell Hall," [Woodcut], Stephen W Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 24
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"Night Market," Ethel Henneford
  • Story
  • pp. 25-28
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"Bells, Purdue, Bells," J. Rodney McFetchwun
  • Story
  • pp. 29-32
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"Choice," Vivian Lee Welch
  • Poem
  • p. 33
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"The Doctor's Alcohol," Herman Bogue
  • Story
  • pp. 34-42
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"Sophistication," Robert N. Halstead
  • Poem
  • p. 43
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"Nude," S.W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 44
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"Long Holiday," Doris F. Holmes
  • Story
  • pp. 45-48
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"Values," Nathan
  • Poem
  • p. 48
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Books
  • pp. 49-53
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"Setting by Gordon Craig," J .H. Pitman
  • Review
  • pp. 49-51

"Swift: The Artist as Man" Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 52-53

"Our Contributors"
  • Contributors
  • p. 54
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Opportunity for the Constructive Critic
  • Announcement
  • p. 55
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  • p. 56

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Box 2 No. 4, April 1931 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • p. 1-3
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"Well House," [Woodcut], Stephen W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 4
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"Story," Mary A. Pattie
  • Story
  • pp. 5-9
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"Accident," E. Flora
  • Story
  • pp. 10-14
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"Hush Wind," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 14
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"Two Fantasies," Catherine Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 15-17
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"Epigrammata," J.H. Pittman
  • Poem
  • p. 18
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"Autobiography," Edna M. Wilson
  • Profile
  • pp. 19-24
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"Personal Glimpses From the Lives of Famous Authors," Edna M. Wilson
  • Essay
  • pp. 19-24

"Lenin," R. H.
  • Essay
  • p. 25
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"Reflections Upon Eating Rah Oysters in a Can in a Park on a Rah April Afternoon," [Poem], Max Grey
  • Poem
  • p. 26
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"The Way of the Transgressor," Rebecca Whittington
  • Story
  • pp. 27-34
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"White Linen and Blue Grapes," Robert Hallstead
  • Story
  • pp. 35-39
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"Vigil," S.W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 40
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Books
  • pp. 41-43
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"Hansel and Gretel in Bohemia," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 41-43

Above the Dark Tumult, Rebecca Whittington
  • Review
  • pp. 43-45

"Our Contributors"
  • Contributors
  • p. 46
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"Editor's Note"
  • Announcement
  • p. 46
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[Jokes]
  • Jokes
  • p. 47
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  • p. 48

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