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The illustrations of the "Lampoon," which comes out today, are in general rather poor. The centre picture is a collection of college scenes without much interest and some of the other drawings are weak.
One feature of the number is the unusually large number of body articles. They are generally amusing, particularly the "Fables" and "In a Grape-Arbour." The shorter "Jokes," however, are even better.
There appear also some verses in the untypical, unliterary, ungentlemanly, profane style which has marred the short stories put forth by Harvard men during the past year. Because Kipling damns is no reason why we should.
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