The third number of the Lampoon is not as interesting as either the first or second. Be it said, however, that it can hardly be easy to keep the standard of the paper always as high as it was in the first number of the year. Perhaps it is lingering pride in those first two numbers that makes the Lampoon reprint a joke that appeared two weeks ago.
The editorial on the "Bloody Monday" question in the current number will enlist the majority of undergraduates on its side; it presents the arguments in favor of the rush with keen clearness and force. A "Specimen Lecture--English 8," and "Heart to Heart Talks with Freshmen" are the best of the other prose articles in the number. The full page drawing by Welldon is remarkably well drawn; none of the other drawings are noteworthy.