The Lampoon.

The second number of the Lampoon maintains the excellent standard set by the first one. The local hits in the jokes and the drawings are unusually clever and give the paper an interest which no amount of humor on general matters quite equals. The centre page drawing, "Herbie Arrives in the Philippine's," and pictures of the Freshman billiard room in the Union and "Bloody Monday in 1920" are exceptionally good. The reading matter in the number deals chiefly with College happenings, as it should--and is interesting in consequence.

In its editorials the Lampoon seems to have something to say to the College and is saying it extremely well.