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University of the South Magazine.

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The second volume of the University of the South Magazine has appeared. It is a periodical of one hundred and fifty pages, published monthly by students at Sewanee, Tenn. The publication shews energy and ability, although a trill crude. Its literary, articles are thoughtful and possess merit; there is no attempt at poetry, the editors state that "poetical contributions are not eagerly sought."

The magazine shows that southern students are active, wide awake men. They have a live athletic association at Sewanee, two literary societies, seven Greek letter fraternities and numerous clubs and religious societies. The editorials are to the point. The magazine is evidently in the hands of pushing men.

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