The Green Gazette: A freshman publication

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Authors
University of Wichita
Department of English
Advisors
Issue Date
1928-01
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Magazine
Keywords
English composition , Student publications , University of Wichita. English Dept. , Freshman writing
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The Green Gazette: A freshman publication. University of Wichita, Department of English, January, 1928. 25 pages
Abstract

The purpose of this magazine is to acquaint the students and faculty of Wichita University, and especially those of the English classes, with the work of the students in English Composition. The Editors of the The Green Gazette have tried to select from Miss Haymaker's three classes the most representative and interesting compositions, though not necessarily those receiving the highest grades. We hope that the compilation, though limited in size, may be of value and interest to many people, and of service especially to those affiliated with the English Department of the University. [Editorial staff]

Table of Contents
We come to school / Margaret Ash -- Snookums and his tribe / Eloise Clark -- Up from the alfalfa / Catherine Nitschke -- Christmas legends and customs / Virginia Anderson -- The gallant vagabond / Cornelia Saxton – Sacrificial bloodshed of the Aztecs / Harlo McCall – Sportsmanship / James Brettmann -- The romance of Antonius Stradivarius / Dorothy Martin -- The Church / Anonymous -- A definition of definitions / Alice Whittaker – Stars / Adolph Unruh -- Sphinxes and the Great Sphinx / Geraldine Hammond -- On Christmas eve / Anonymous -- Doubting Thomas / Lura Lincoln -- Superstitious beliefs of the Russians / Darrene Wilhite -- Jerry Meets his waterloo / Dorothy Martin – Quiet / Ruth Pfeifer – College students and the churches / Catherine Nitschke
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Editorial staff: James Brettmann, Eloise Clark, Harold Foght, Geraldine Hammond, Caroline Kirkwood, Donald Weltmer
Publisher
University of Wichita
Journal
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Series
The Green Gazette
January 1928
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