New Haven, Conn., May 1 Undergraduates here will launch a new magazine the coming week, to be called the Linonia. It will not be as representative of the sedate type of publication as the Yale Literary Magazine, the first college magazine published in America, nor will it be devoted solely to humor like the Yale Record.
A touch of "Vanity Fair" will be given to the pages of Linonia, it is understood. The editor-in-chief is to be Howard H. Brown of Augusta, Me., who is one of the editors of the "Lit." The Linonia is named for Yale's most famous debating society, which disappeared with the Civil War, when military service replaced debating at the college.