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