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1937

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The Lantern Vol. 6, No. 1, December 1937, Roberta Byron, Ernest Muller, Mabel B. Ditter, Elizabeth M. Seidle, Jane Poling, Frank J. Tornetta, Vernon D. Groff, Edward L. French, Evelyn Huber, Robert B. Peck, Dorothy Kinsey Shisler, C. Kenneth Snyder, Robert E. Yoh, Eli Broidy, Ruth Grauert, Charles Steinmetz Dec 1937

The Lantern Vol. 6, No. 1, December 1937, Roberta Byron, Ernest Muller, Mabel B. Ditter, Elizabeth M. Seidle, Jane Poling, Frank J. Tornetta, Vernon D. Groff, Edward L. French, Evelyn Huber, Robert B. Peck, Dorothy Kinsey Shisler, C. Kenneth Snyder, Robert E. Yoh, Eli Broidy, Ruth Grauert, Charles Steinmetz

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• 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"


The Lantern Vol. 5, No. 3, May 1937, Jane Poling, E. M. Huber, Jack Maloney, Edward L. French, Valerie H. Green, C. Kenneth Snyder, Frank J. Tornetta, Mabel B. Ditter, Robert C. Yoh, Bertram Lutz, H. Spencer Halberstadt, Catherine Steele, Roberta Byron, Vernon D. Groff, Alfred Gemmell May 1937

The Lantern Vol. 5, No. 3, May 1937, Jane Poling, E. M. Huber, Jack Maloney, Edward L. French, Valerie H. Green, C. Kenneth Snyder, Frank J. Tornetta, Mabel B. Ditter, Robert C. Yoh, Bertram Lutz, H. Spencer Halberstadt, Catherine Steele, Roberta Byron, Vernon D. Groff, Alfred Gemmell

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Dedication
• Dr. McClure: An Ursinus Man
• Roar, O Wind!
• To the Ladies!
• The Futility of Dying
• The Symbolism of the British Crown
• Oh!
• "It Might Have Been"
• Treat Yourself?
• Three Writers
• Hawaii in June
• On Being a Twin
• Black Magic
• Triangle
• Who Longs?
• A Son Passes
• "Sing an Old-Fashioned Song"
• Questioning
• An Argument About a Fish
• That Morning Eye-Opener
• Scoop for the "Sun"
• The Dead Do Not Die Once
• Give Us Time


The Lantern Vol. 5, No. 2, March 1937, Marjorie Brosz, Betty Sacks, Edward L. French, C. Kenneth Snyder, Evelyn Huber, Keith M. Thompson, Jack Maloney, Dorothy Burton, Richard Yahraes, Valerie H. Green, Elizabeth Ballinger, Frank J. Tornetta, Marjorie Bell, Vernon D. Groff, Helen Smith, Jean P. Wingate Mar 1937

The Lantern Vol. 5, No. 2, March 1937, Marjorie Brosz, Betty Sacks, Edward L. French, C. Kenneth Snyder, Evelyn Huber, Keith M. Thompson, Jack Maloney, Dorothy Burton, Richard Yahraes, Valerie H. Green, Elizabeth Ballinger, Frank J. Tornetta, Marjorie Bell, Vernon D. Groff, Helen Smith, Jean P. Wingate

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Frame of Mind: An Editorial
• Sahara
• Memories
• 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"