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Contents

• Dr. Omwake as his Friends See Him: A Letter from Dr. James M. Anders ; An Interview with Dean Kline
• George Leslie Omwake, Educator and Churchman
• The Story of Ursinus
• "Way Back When"
• Editorial: "We Look Before and After"
• Reminiscences of an Ex-Storekeeper's Daughter
• The Tale of a Toper, or How the Little Stone Went Rolling
• Book Review: May I Present?
• Time Out, Please
• Youth at the Crossroads
• Of Candy Bars and Tears
• Reflections
• To a Star
• It Takes Two to Study the Moon

Publication Date

6-1936

City

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Publisher

Ursinus College

Keywords

Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Lantern, literary magazine, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, George Leslie Omwake, James M. Anders, Whorten A. Kline, Freeland Seminary, history, Zwinglian literary society, Schaff literary society

Disciplines

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

Comments

Editor: S. Elizabeth McBride

Associate Editors: Elmer W. J. Schmitt, Charles Francis Ehly, E. Eugene Shelley, Dorothy A. Witmer, Edward L. French, Richard A. Yahraes, Utahna Basow

Business Manager: James S. Russo

Faculty Advisers: Norman E. McClure, Franklin I. Sheeder, Martin W. Witmer

The Lantern Vol. 4, No. 3, June 1936

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