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The Lampoon.

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The current "Lampoon" is decidedly varying in quality. Several of the drawings and articles are really funny, but others are evidently printed merely to fill space. The center page is excellent and quite timely. The most amusing picture in the number is number of five the series "As Others see Us." The takeoff on Rattle at the Riverside Recreation Grounds is good, and the letter describing the drill at the "Sand Oldbonio" is cleverly patterned on the original. "An Everyday Fable" is rather more serious than ordinary Lampoon fiction. The short jokes in the number are very poor, in marked contrast to the longer articles. Many of these witticisms savor of old age, a failing which should be carefully avoided. Two more numbers of the Lampoon are yet to appear-one the Class Day and the other the Commencement issue.

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