"L.S.D." (little sadistic dramas) ran in April 1966, and was printed in two colors, black and orange, for 13 four-panel ink strips. Another regular strip, printed toward the end of his run in September and October 1966, was "Scratch 22."
"U-22" (a.k.a. Larry Stickletodd) ran only for one week, in 1967, rendered in color felts. "Old Man Jones" (a.k.a. U23), an illustrated prose story, ran for a week; rendered in ink. George Beahm's Index says that, later, "The Rudolf" and "War Lizard" each ran for a week, rendered in pencil. Perhaps this was in 1968, when those particular stories were drawn: in that case, "War Lizard" may have ran for two weeks, not just one, since its 10 segments fit with the Monday to Friday printing schedule in the Orange. If you have any further information please let me know!
The "Orange Bodé" catalog reprinted Bob Coughlin's collection of Daily Orange tabloids from Syracuse University. Many pieces of art were re-shot several times to improve the original, cheaply produced images. For those places where the artwork is messy or extremely faint, these are problems that were not corrected during the original D.O. printings.
Cuyler "Ned" Brooks journeyed to Atlanta from Virginia to read through the collection, and he passed on the following tale: supposedly, Vaughn (after turning pro) went back to Syracuse and destroyed this early work. Interestingly, the Daily Orange online archives at Syracuse University are missing almost all of its newspapers from the time Vaughn was working on it. The following scans were done by Brendan Hunt using a personal copy of the book (snagged one for $50 so I thought I'd share the love).