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Gutheim, Frederick; Tietjens, Janet; Tesar, Franklin (ed.) / Wisconsin literary magazine
Vol. XXV, No. 3 (March 1929)

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LITERARY MAGAZINE
CONTENTS
COVER DESIGN
EXTRA FARE
To SCHOLASTICS
JUNGLE ART
FIVE LINES
Two POEMS
DISTRICT SCHOOL NO. 12
WILD GEESE
TRAIN VERSE
DAY DREAMS
MY THOUGHTS
CHORUS MYSTICUS
GABRIELLE
COMMON SENSE
MILWAUKEE AFTER MIDNIGHT
WHY?
A NOTE ON DESIGN
Molnar Gyula
Fritz Jochem
Frances M. Brown
G. James Fleming
Tamarra
*  .  William J. Fadiman
J. Brinckerhoff Jackson
E. A. Greider
Lee Forest
Florence Hamm
Maxwell Krasno
Clarence Weinstock
Bernice Tweed
Anon.
Maxwell Krasno
Francisce Tonoghanua
Raymond Hathaway
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BOOK REVIEWS:
Proust: An Essay: (Page 23) A review by SAMUEL ROGERS. The Ivory Door:
(Page 24) reviewed by RAYMOND HATHAWAY. Mamba's Daughters: (Page 25)
reviewed by FRITrz JOCHEM. On My Way: (Page 26) reviewed by SIDNEY HERrZ-
BERG. Headlines: (Page 27) reviewed by WILLIAM J. FADIMAN. Memoirs of a
Fox-Hunting Man: (Page 28) reviewed by F. A. GUTHEIM. Elizabeth and Essex:
(Page 29) reviewed by FRITZ JOCHEM. Comment: (Page 30).
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
FRITz JOCHEM is the handy man about the
Experimental College Factory. He reviews
books, writes fair prose and symbolic verse.
FRANCES M. BROWN is a freshman Zona
Gale scholar from St. Louis, Mo.
G. JAMES FLEMING is a sophomore in the
School of Journalism. He was born in the
Virgin Islands of the United States and makes
his home in New York City.
WILLIAM J. FADIMAN is a young man just
trying to get ahead. He has spent the past
semester abroad, largely, we understand, in
Paris.
J. BRINCKERHOFF JACKSON is an Experi-
mental College freshman who will next year
transfer to Harvard-perhaps.
LEE FOREST is either a pseudonym or not
enrolled in school. He will receive a pewter
beer check if he reports to this office for hav-
ing the hardest contribution to make-up in
this issue.
CLARENCE WEINSTOCK really needs no
mention. He is a former Zona Gale scholar
and has done a number of other things which
we shall leave for his biographer to record.
He wishes it said that in Chorus Mysticus he
adopts a contemporary pose, rather than his
own attitude.
BERNICE TWEED is a staff member of The
Daily Cardinal and frequently contributes book
reviews to that paper.
FRANCISCE TONOGHANUA was referred to
this office by W. E. Leonard. He is a native
of Binalbagan Occ Negros, P. I. There's
music in them thar woids.
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WISCONSIN


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