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Contents

• After Thinking Things Over
• Ho! Ho! The Mistletoe!
• Unrealized Dreams
• Two Preeminent Victorians
• The Thing
• Progression
• It Wasn't in the Lines
• He Was the Most Perfect Man
• College (C)lasses
• Robins and Roses
• The Commuter
• When the Rose is Dead
• Truth in Print
• Alias Mike Romanoff
• Winslow Homer
• When I Was Young
• Maurice Evans, a Great Shakespearean
• Among Our Contributors
• Of Manx and Man
• A Sanguinary Pirate
• Conversation Has an Adventure
• "Ursinus' Neediest Case"

Publication Date

12-1937

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Publisher

Ursinus College

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Lantern, literary magazine, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, Christmas, Oscar Wilde, The Mikado, W. S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan, Reginald S. Sibbald, drama, Louis Pasteur, newspapers, censorship, propaganda, Winslow Homer, Maine, Maurice Evans, King Richard II, Isle of Man, Manxmen

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | Fiction | Illustration | Nonfiction | Poetry

Comments

Editor: Richard Allan Yahraes

Associate Editors: Utahna Basow, Frank Frosch, Edward L. French, Jane Poling, Jean P. Wingate

Business Manager: Eli Broidy

Faculty Advisers: Franklin I. Sheeder, Martin W. Witmer, Calvin D. Yost, Jr.

The Lantern Vol. 6, No. 1, December 1937

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