Editorial . . . . . Page 1.
Ode to a Cane. . . . . - 3.
"Real Conversation" . . . . . - 8
What We See from the Back Seats . . . . . - 13.
Alfred Austin and the Muse . . . . . - 14
The Basket-Ball Game . . . . . - 15
"In the Hour of High Festival . . . . . - 27.
Correspondence . . . . . - 35.
Cover Design by Lisa Harkness
We feel highly gratified at the reception which our new venture has received at the hands of the students and friends of the college, and hope to make each succeeding number of "In Cap and Gown" better than the last. (We believe that this is the correct thing to say). If contributions continue to "pour in" - we quote the University Column - there should be no difficulty in keeping up the standard of the magazine.
We call attention to the fact that, though the college has existed since a yell has never been evolved.
We want something in which to express our espirit-de-corps, and how [tha] that be done better than in a college yell?
Surely a yell would add the finishing touch to the appreciation of the students when their football team comes off victorious.
Therefore we ask that suggestions for yells be sent in on approval.
These will appear, numbered, in our January issue, to be voted for by the students. Votes should be sent to the Editor with the number of the yell and name of the sender, and the successful yell will be published in the February issue.