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The Lampoon.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The football number of the Lampoon, which appeared Saturday, does credit to the progressive spirit which the editors have shown this year. The innovations of the last number in paper and printing are now fixtures and need no longer be commented upon. This number is pleasing in every respect.

Both editorials are very readable, the extravagant exposition of the manner of obtaining Pennsylvania game seats being particularly amusing. "Jack Tyler's Father," is a football story which contains much human nature but lacks the force of a climax or an effective catastrophe. The best drawing of the number is the centrepiece--"Puzzle: Find the man who vows he will never take another girl to a game"--a clever illustration of a situation decidedly within the range of possibility. A black and white poster effect by R. Edwards '01 and an illustration in wash on the first page are also well done.

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