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In this issue: Eight of our contributors appear in the Idol for the first time: Daniel F. McLister, winner of honorable mention in last spring's Academy of American Poets contest, is represented by two intricate pieces of verse. A. Rutherford justifies his existence admirably. Stephen Granger contributes with a simple pastoral. Robert Milder contributes an essay on existentialism which won some praise from Prof. Kurtz. Peter Blue, a member of Prof. Gado's Creative Writing course, makes his first appearance with an untitled poem. Charles Nunzio and Ken R. Wilkes make good representatives of the new freshman class with two poems and an entertaining sketch respectively. And Wayne Franklin submits a poem on one of the major problems of any age - communication.
Tulloss, Rodham E., "The Idol, 1964" (1964). The Idol. 53.