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LAMPOON OUTSCOOPS ITSELF, AGAIN PUTS OFF 23-2 DEFEAT

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In a series of quick self-contradictions, the Lampoon double-crossed itself yesterday. E. J. P. Zwoncus, handsome, auburn-haired secretary of the organization, had called off the CRIMSON-Lampoon baseball game for the fourth time, explaining that pressure of their studies would keep 'Pooners in what he cleverly termed, "Harry's Club."

But at the same time a new issue of the funny mag, containing reprints, appeared yesterday with an editorial hailing a 'Poon 23-2 victory over the journalists. Quizzed on the subject, W. Russell Zwoncus, Jr., President of the Lampoon, asserted, "In a series of quick self-contradictions, the Lampoon double-crossed itself yesterday."

CRIMSON plenipotentiaries are trying to persuade the mouse-like humorists to hold the contest June 12 or 13.

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