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We heartily congratulate the new editorial board of the Lampoon on the success of its first number; for the issue not only keeps up, but even raises the paper's reputation. The most noticeable feature is the change on the first page; instead of the old plainly lettered Harvard Lampoon we have a very attracting heading, which shows Lampy sitting on the cross bar of the H, playing a banjo. Another improvement which lightens the appearance of the page, has been made by printing all the reading matter and most of the pictures without ruled lines, either on the borders or to divide the columns. Then, too, paper of a lighter tint is used. In considering that besides these reforms in mere printing, the editors have given us a very interesting and witty number, we have every reason to believe in the fulfillment of our wish that the Lampoon may have long life, and throughout it prosperity.

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