The New York Times grows facetions over the matter of college "jokes." They are all, it says, of immemorial age, and are clearly of vandal, not of classic origin. "The college faculties do not yet seem to have perceived the extreme humor of the college joke. What they ought to do is to join in it themselves with great energy and with the help of a few humorous policemen and a witty magistrate. Let them kidnap a few sophomores, just as the latter are returning from the kidnapping of a freshman. Let the kidnapped sophomores be brought before the witty magistrate, and given a year or more of imprisonment. This would be an admirable joke."
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