The Class Day number of the Lampoon, out today, is one of the best which has appeared this year. A special cover in red and black, designed by C. M. Bill '00, is appropriate and well drwan, and the centre picture is not only creditable, but unique. It is a scene in the Yard on Class Day and is natural and realistic. The Almanac is more carefully drawn than heretofore, and contains more humor. Of the two editorials on Class Day, the first is rather serious, while the second is rollicking and more in the Lampoon style. The verse and small jokes are as bright as usual, but a short poem entitled "How to Propose" is far above the average.
Accompanying each paper is a useful programme of Class Day events with the time for each. The design is accurate in detail and shows great care in execution.