speakeasy scenes by george luks the president's unkind words on crime . . .
Thus, without capitals, were the headlines and picture captions in vanity fair for October. Always arty, Conde Nast's monthly smartchart of fashionable foreignisms seemed like an esthete who had discovered a bigger, fancier orchid for his buttonhole.
A poet who calls himself e e cummins and who has successfully posed for years without capitals, has had several things in vanity fair. Some readers wondered if the whole magazine had now come under his influence.
Others fancied it...