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The Vagabond.

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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
[Front Matter]
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"The Wheat Field," [Frontispiece], T.C. Steele
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Once An Athlete, Always An Athlete?" Harlan Logan "The university has more need of great coaches than of great professors"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Ultima Thule," [A Poem], Virginia Crim
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"What Price Degrees?" Griffith Niblack "A senior sketches his college life and wonders if it has been time wasted"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Confucius," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Private Secretary," Virginia Crim "The unloved secretary receives a sympathetic appreciation and interpretation"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"The Great God Porcus," [Illustration], Rob’t Freiberger
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Thanksgiving Comes But Once a Dozen," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus "Alias, wild life among the cracker"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"A Challenge to Stagnant Patriotism," Charles W. Smith, Jr. "An optimistic writer believes that reason and justice will prevail"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Stupidity," [Poem], Betty Fleming
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Bathtubs and Pocket-Handkerchiefs," J.H. Pitman
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Poem on an Ambitious Subject," Maurice Harold Smith
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
Editorials
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Singe," Harry Engel
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"The Lanier House," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"With A Gift To You," [Poem], Robert Hallstead
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Settin' Up With the Dead," Leila Shelley "A one-act play"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
"Pluto and Byejove Incorporated," Lena Gedunkhaus "A gentle Greek tragedy in several spasms"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 

Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 

Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 4, May 1930 
[Advertisements]
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
[Front Matter]
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Head," [Woodcut], S. W. Rudder
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Vagabondagerie," J .H. Pitman
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"C'etait Trop," E. Flora
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
[Untitled], [Poem], Nathan
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Paul Vorhees McNutt," A. H. and R. H.
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"A Lesson for Armistice Day," Spurius Longimanus Mus
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Memorial Hall Towers," [Woodcut], S. W. Rudder
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Two Elegies," Robert Hallstead
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"The Passing of Arthur," Portable Porcelain
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Joyride," Sheila Rafferty
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Perennial Vergil," Claude W. Barlow
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Happily Ever After," Catherine Moore
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"The Vagabond: Retrospect and Prospect"
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Oats," Leila Shelley
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"We Have a Little Comer in Hell For-"
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Church Advertising: New Style," Dan Carlyle
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Yappin' Losers," A. H. and R. H.
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 

Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
"Kindergarten- 2; Indiana- 0," "(They won by a safety-pin)"
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 1, Novemeber 1930 
[Advertisements]
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 2, December 1930 
[Front Matter]
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 2, December 1930 
"Flight," [Woodcut], Stephen Rudder
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 2, December 1930 
"Saga," Delight Hinton
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 2, December 1930 
"The Cult of Rampant Patriots," Charles W. Smith
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 2, December 1930 
"Helen to Penelope, Penelope to Helen" Betty Fleming
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Volume 7, 1930/1931 
No. 2, December 1930 
"Applesauce," Jen Essis
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