The February issue of the Lampoon seems in places to be below the high standard set by several issues, but on the whole is rather amusing. The center piece and many of the smaller drawings are decidedly poor; some however, are very amusing, notably the picture on the cover. The jokes seem to be about up to the usual standard and the longer efforts are praiseworthy. The verses are uniformly good and the longer skits, especially those on the faculty meeting and the CRIMSON criticisms are good examples of undergraduate wit.
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