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The Lampoon.

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The current number of the Lampoon contains nothing startlingly funny, but the jokes and pictures are at least interesting. The centre page gives a very elaborate and complicated plan for a "Ten Day Go-As-You-Please" race, in which many students took part during the holidays. The drawing is very well done.

The picture entitled "Lampy's Idea of an Advocate Editor at Work" is weird in the extreme. The series "As Others See Us" is continued by a sketch of Harvard as seen by a recent writer. The editorial deals with the proposed change in the Class Day exercises and claims to solve the problems presented, in three simple and self-evident plans. Aside from the pictures and the editorial the number contains nothing worthy of special note unless the short conversation, "Lispings of Little Lew," has claims because of its simplicity.

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