The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present
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• Frame of Mind: An Editorial
• Tears of Blood
• A Review of Gielgud's Hamlet
• What is This Thing Called Swing
• Oriental Impressions
• Campus Rhymes
• Death of a Soldier
• Should We Denounce the "Scab"
• Descent to Celia
• Blood for Sale!
• To a Winter Day
• They Met at Sunset
• A Week With the Weekly
• My Alarm Clock
• Chasing the "Blues"
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Lantern, literary magazine, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, John Gielgud, Hamlet, swing music, Ursinus Weekly
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Brosz, Marjorie; Sacks, Betty; French, Edward L.; Snyder, C. Kenneth; Huber, Evelyn; Thompson, Keith M.; Maloney, Jack; Burton, Dorothy; Yahraes, Richard; Green, Valerie H.; Ballinger, Elizabeth; Tornetta, Frank J.; Bell, Marjorie; Groff, Vernon D.; Smith, Helen; and Wingate, Jean P., "The Lantern Vol. 5, No. 2, March 1937" (1937). The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present. 10.
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Editor: Dorothy Aurand Witmer
Associate Editors: Utahna Basow, E. Eugene Shelley, Edward L. French, Frank Frosch, Jane Poling, Jean P. Wingate, Richard A. Yahraes
Business Manager: Eli Broidy
Faculty Advisers: Franklin I. Sheeder, Martin W. Witmer, Calvin D. Yost, Jr.