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Volume 27, Number 2 - December 1948 Dec 1948

Volume 27, Number 2 - December 1948

The Alembic

Volume XXVII, Number 2 - December 1948. 90 pages including covers and advertisements.

  • "Editorial"
  • Doherty, Robert E., "Editors Also Know Despair"
  • Brott, Clifford J., "Reunion"
  • Boning, Thomas H., "66th Street, East of Broadway"
  • Henry, Wales B., "Timpani in Tom-Toms"
  • Geffroy, Guy, "The Way A Friend Would"
  • Honnen, William, "Rue De Bom Jesus"
  • Wooley, Charles F., "The Concrete Jungle"
  • Brott, Clifford J., "Reverie"
  • Beausoleil, Norman D., "Evolution of French Literature"
  • Lynch, John J., "Gross Negligence"
  • Henry, Wales B., "Five and Twenty Years Ago"
  • Cochran, George Hunter, "Sonnet to Beauty"
  • Eagle, George L., The Felon"
  • Cochran, George Hunter, "One Rose"
  • Marino, L. W ...


The Lantern Vol. 17, No. 1, Fall 1948, G. G. Clamer, W. J. Lekernec, Jane Usher, Albert Miglio, Charles Floyd, Albert C. Selke Jr., Bernice Harris, Richard Wentzel, Dale C. White, Jack Thalheimer, Albert J. Mazurkiewicz Oct 1948

The Lantern Vol. 17, No. 1, Fall 1948, G. G. Clamer, W. J. Lekernec, Jane Usher, Albert Miglio, Charles Floyd, Albert C. Selke Jr., Bernice Harris, Richard Wentzel, Dale C. White, Jack Thalheimer, Albert J. Mazurkiewicz

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• In the Arms of the Sea
• The Expressed Should Be Repressed
• Puppy Love
• Tommy
• How to Eat a Ravioli Dinner
• The Divine Blessing
• On Thunder
• There Is No Hell
• Old Love Re-met
• Autumn Eve
• Dr. Cornelius Weygandt


Volume 27, Number 1 - October 1948 Oct 1948

Volume 27, Number 1 - October 1948

The Alembic

Volume XXVII, Number 1 - October 1948. 58 pages including covers and advertisements.

  • Paolino, Daniel, "Not I, Lord"
  • Scungio, Raymond, "Rain in Trinidad"
  • Doherty, Robert, "Adventures of Blunderjohn"
  • Cochran, George, "Day Coach"
  • Brott, Clifford, "Short Essays"
  • Cruz, Valentine, "On F.E.P.C."
  • Cochran, George, "Windsong"
  • Kirtland, Robert, "St. Thomas Aquinas"
  • Fleck, Richard L., "Resurrection"
  • Henry, Wales B., "Clouds"
  • Fitz Simmons, E. P., "Simplicity"
  • Henry, Wales B., "Soap"
  • Doherty, Robert, "On Gertrude Stein"


Kentucky Autobiography And Kentucky Culture., William F. Keirce Aug 1948

Kentucky Autobiography And Kentucky Culture., William F. Keirce

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this thesis is to trace the historical development of autobiographical writing in Kentucky; to analyze the literary and philosophical characteristics of these works and, by this means, to divide these writings into several categories; and, finally, to reveal by an interpretation of these autobiographies, certain cultural aspects of Kentucky life and society. As thus stated, the intentions of this study are several; but, actually, all these aims are inseparably related part. of a single general problem which is to investigate Kentucky autobiographical writing as a whole in order to better understand the individual works in that literature.


Portland Junior College Newsance, 05/14/1948, Portland Junior College May 1948

Portland Junior College Newsance, 05/14/1948, Portland Junior College

PJC "Newsance", 1948-1957

No abstract provided.


Portland Junior College News, 04/22/1948, William H. Poor Apr 1948

Portland Junior College News, 04/22/1948, William H. Poor

Portland Junior College News, 1937-1954

Dr. Bogue To Give Dedication Talk -- Students Attend First Assembly in New Hall -- Students To Get Free Admission to Sports Events -- Alumni Will Meet May 2 -- Graduation Will Be Held June 20 -- They Were Right! -- Nearly Third of Students Have Jobs; Average Age 21 -- Stag Chosen As Name of Yearbook -- U.S. College Enrollment At Peak, Higher Education Leaders Agree -- Library Book Drive Starts - Students Make Appeal To Service Clubs For Volumes


The Lantern Vol. 16, No. 3, Spring 1948, R. C. Wentzel, Steven Arvanitis, W. E. Turner, Alvin Knepper, Nancy Twining, Jean Anne Schultz, Louis D. Stefan, William Keller, Bernice Harris, Helen Southall, Barbara Dietz, George Bock, Charles Wetzel Apr 1948

The Lantern Vol. 16, No. 3, Spring 1948, R. C. Wentzel, Steven Arvanitis, W. E. Turner, Alvin Knepper, Nancy Twining, Jean Anne Schultz, Louis D. Stefan, William Keller, Bernice Harris, Helen Southall, Barbara Dietz, George Bock, Charles Wetzel

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Not So Light
• Babba's Luck
• Winter Night
• God Hath Wrought
• Less Than Trivia
• What is Progress?
• Betrayal
• The Key
• Journey From a Star
• War and Peace
• Experiment in Prose Poetry
• Dawn
• Eternal Question
• My Gift
• Jazz Fantasy
• M.W. Witmer


Southern Accent, University Of Chattanooga Apr 1948

Southern Accent, University Of Chattanooga

Sequoya Review

No abstract provided.


Volume 26, Number 3 - March 1948 Mar 1948

Volume 26, Number 3 - March 1948

The Alembic

Volume XXVI, Number 3 - March 1948. 105 pages including covers and advertisements.

  • "Alembiscope"
  • Eagle, George, "Another Vintage"
  • Brott, Clifford J., "Those Tender Years"
  • Kurguz, Peter William, "A Students Prayer"
  • Meagher, Francis T., "History's Lesson"
  • Lynch, John J., "Modern Trends"
  • Henry, Wales B., "The Dim Red Glow"
  • "$64 Question"
  • Cochran, Hunter George, "Modern Poetry and the New Slavery"
  • Doherty, Robert E., "Memoirs From Bedlam"
  • Weir, Fantasy, "Illustration"
  • Scungio, Raymond, "Things Are Really Racy In Rio"
  • "Football and the Friars"
  • Eagle, George L., "Hearse-Verse"
  • Doherty, Robert E., "From Europe About the Marshall Plan"


Cyclops 1948, North Georgia College, North Georgia College & State University Jan 1948

Cyclops 1948, North Georgia College, North Georgia College & State University

Cyclops: Yearbooks of North Georgia College & State University

Cyclops 1948: Yearbook of North Georgia College for the 1947-48 academic year. Volume 41.

This edition can also be found at https://archive.org/details/cyclops41nort.


Rats Are Different, Anonymous Anonymous Jan 1948

Rats Are Different, Anonymous Anonymous

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JANET straightened from her intent stooping over the wiretopped lab cage. She continued to watch the rat dispassionately as she groped behind her for the high stool, hooking it with one foot and dragging it into position...


An Old Man's Fancy, Herbert Perluck Jan 1948

An Old Man's Fancy, Herbert Perluck

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"Unmannered devils-little beasts," he said, glowering at the children playing in the park."...


Duke's Orchestra Is An Artist, Don Hayden Jan 1948

Duke's Orchestra Is An Artist, Don Hayden

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THERE is no need to interpret the Ellington music. It is simply its own interpretation. Sometimes moody and expressive, sometimes joyously rhythmic, Ellington's music is always logical and yet surprising...


What Goes On Here..., Richard Schweet Jan 1948

What Goes On Here..., Richard Schweet

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SOME of the more frequent complaints around the campus concerns courses that are 'required' and, occasionally, courses we'd like to elect but don't, simply because we can't get 'credit' for them...


In This The Place To Be, Mary Jo Overholt Jan 1948

In This The Place To Be, Mary Jo Overholt

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time marches by in small staccato steps lifts its feet just off the floor forces through with the heel points with the toes i follow in clumsy imitation...


Transplanted Surfman, John P. Riley Jan 1948

Transplanted Surfman, John P. Riley

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Dry winds beat around his head, No salt tang here. Hot earth pours out It's fertile fragrance. Round about On turf and sod...


Biologic Reveille, Phyllis Thompson Jan 1948

Biologic Reveille, Phyllis Thompson

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Be thou my strength and shield; be Thou still my strength and shield...


God And Bingo, Patrick Minear Jan 1948

God And Bingo, Patrick Minear

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Bingo walked slowly down the narrow street, carefully kicking a battered tin can ahead of him...


Books You Might Like, Anonymous Jan 1948

Books You Might Like, Anonymous

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Probably the most familiar lament of the college student is, "I don't have time to keep up with the new books-or, the old ones!...


To Sleep, John J. Pusey Jan 1948

To Sleep, John J. Pusey

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The black fog stymies Feeble flashes from weakening grey soldiers To repulse the numbing conqueror...


Scaredy-Cat, Austin H. Phelps Jr. Jan 1948

Scaredy-Cat, Austin H. Phelps Jr.

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"Now you run out and play. You can't mope around the house all day." His mother shooed him out the door...


What Goes On, Anonymous Jan 1948

What Goes On, Anonymous

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The girl across the hall looked up from her typewriter...


This Is Why, James C. Mitchell Jan 1948

This Is Why, James C. Mitchell

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You ask me why we have to wait. I tell you it's financially impossible and you immediately block that escape by quoting your annual income and asking why can't we...


A Matter Of Belief, Edwin J. Sidey Jan 1948

A Matter Of Belief, Edwin J. Sidey

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"No!" He said, sharply, "I'm not going." In the quiet of the little kitchen his voice was so loud and harsh that it startled him...


In The Background, Bernice Fox Jan 1948

In The Background, Bernice Fox

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More students enrolled than ever before in a winter quarter, totalling 9,367. Winter quarter, 1948, saw signs of things to come revealed when the 70 million volt synchotron to be housed here was selected...


New Roommate, Howard Lambert Jan 1948

New Roommate, Howard Lambert

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"..... but that ain't all; he darn near drowned when he let loose!"


Sound Off, Merritt Bailey Jan 1948

Sound Off, Merritt Bailey

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O'Rooney, Goldfarb, Scott and Kohl- Names of America, names of men Pursuing happiness guaranteed by Washington, Hancock, Jefferson, Henry...


City Shadows, Dycie J. Stough Jan 1948

City Shadows, Dycie J. Stough

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I love on thirty-fourt' street My name is Esther...


Forget It, Lola Chadwick Jan 1948

Forget It, Lola Chadwick

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The intersection where Mary stood waiting was busier than usual. The last day before Christmas...


The Iowa State College Theater, Joan Pletch Jan 1948

The Iowa State College Theater, Joan Pletch

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WHAT is that little round building just west of the Press Building?' "Oh that? Didn't you know? That's the Theater Workshop. That's where our Players rehearse and produce all these swell plays. And by the way, if you feel an urge to help, just walk in...