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. . . . and The Record

By S. C. S.

If the humor in the Yale issue of the Lampoon is worth 25 cents, the corresponding Yale Record should be valued at about $2.50. The Yale magazine is an honest and successful attempt to be entertaining, in spite of the 58 (by actual count) two-line gags. Most of the cartoons are funny; commentaries and stories are consistently amusing. Especially delightful are five two-page spreads of words and pictures on familiar undergraduate situations.

All this proves one thing. The Lampoon has its Ibis, but the Yale Record has its own rara avis: a Sense of Humor.

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