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Lampoon.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The number of the Lampoon which comes out today is on the whole better than the average, and in spite of two very old jokes and an uninteresting article on "Dangers of Arctic Industries," is very good reading. The best thing in the issue is a take-off on "The Voice" showing the effects of prohibition at Harvard and the lack of it at Yale. The illustrations are all very fair and the poems are cleverer than usual. The editorial on the new board of the Lampoon contains bright hits on the other college papers. But it is to be hoped that the introduction of suggestive matter does not mark a change of policy in the paper.

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