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x Saturday, r' oN ch 10, 1945

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pud les of Purple Poetry or Yards of Bards

Poetic Works' The Spice
H ighlight COUSS he that
Vary thisaway and that
V - Extra From arboretum 31 and 32
To advanced classes at a f
Read Wht You Wont; Ue re-wa
It for Fire Tinder; Throw It Yes, courses in college
Away; We Won t Core Vary-any kind you like
From evolution to revolution
Or how to catch a pike.
upp'e -er sucker.
True, courses in college
Qoing. O n Vary-each and every way.
GTIE the Guppy From Delfloy dips to solid sh
Waa quite a l:ast (I fooled ya)
A guppy named Gus To "What Do Birdies Say?"
Tried to make a pass, Agreed, courses in collegse
But Gertie rebelldi j Vary-left and right
Axnd got ao maci From lines to jokes
That now poor Gus
To gay times at night.
Is pretty sad. C1
He mopes all day Couraea in college
In a king ise pool Vary-U and down
'Til his brother, George,. And still we come back for mo
Calls him a fool, Can this be love?
For Gus is sad -- - - -
AS sad can be,
'Cuz Gertie's guy
Is,in a fraterni-tee.
So Gus decided /
To join a frat. (poor use of the

'at

I Dream Too Much
CUDDLES COED has a date
-ahe alays has 'em_W ants me to correct papers.
And I sit home and pine. I dream of going out with boys,
For Cuddles likes to cuddle. And holdin' hands-'n things.
And I just can't find time. I want to have their eyes meet
mine;
-I mean-
I like to talk of formulas I want to see angels with vings
Like X plus Y-you know- When our lips touch.
But maybe fellas don't like that. But then I dream too much.
Or maybe I'm just slow. For I'm not like Cuddles Coed.
My name is Gracie Grind.
Yeah, this is me behind the books.
Guess, I was hard to find.
'Fraid there aren t many gals like
me.
- I'm s5orta by myself,
For V-Ball came and went
And I sat on the shelf.
I just can'ti understand it.
'For I use Listerine
But I repeaL: I sit home and pine. Calox, Ponds. Woodbury's,

You Name It
Like Gelette Burgess of fame
renown
I wonder 'bout the purple cow 'n
Sewing machines with neecles
working,
Croix de guerres, and sodas jerk-
ing,
But one thing never entered my
head,
Why is a man with soul, so dead?
Why is a man with a soul--so
dead,
Not living-not even in suspended
animation,
Surely if a man has a soul that's
live,
For his body to live, must be atn
awful temptation,
This question is a very apt one
And the inquirer is a very rapt one.
So answer the query, and finish
his dread.
Oh why is a man with a soul-so
dead.

ips

While Cuddles' phone rings all
time.
re. And mine just rings when my
prof.

Lifebuoy, Mun, O-dor-o-no,
Seampruf slips, Perma-lifts,
-and sweaters.
Maybe, I just dream too much.

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S .

word, but poem must have
some rhythm)
Then perhaps Gertie
Might like that.
So a guppy buddy
Helped this guy
And now our Gus
Is really spry,
For Gus the Guppy
Made quite a show,
And now is a member
Of Rho Dammit Rho;
Now clinging to the sweater
At a certain appointed place
Of. a certain flashy uppy
Rests a pin all t immed in lace.
And proudly Gus
Goes walking with that
Gorgeous guppy find.
For Gertie now is his girl
* Al her men are left behind
the trees-
Imean TH N D.
A Sexy Saga,
GOn, Read
A young girl lived alone.
-rose -in the morning
-put on her slippers
-slipped into her robe
-waist into the kitchen
s-put on the coffee
-raised the shade
-and uncovered the parrot.
Just then the 'phone rang.
It was her boyfriend.
He said, "Hiya, Babe, the ship just
got in; I'll be right over."
So, the young girl
-pulled down the shade
-took off the coffee
-turned off the gas
"ovre the parrot--and
-took off her slippers
-took off her robe
1-heard the parrot say,
-"Ite-rist, tia -was a short day."
-Filched from the
Colorado Dodo
rem Girl-
LIKE the girl who does.
I love the girl who doesn't.
I hate the girl who says she does
And then decides she won't.
>But the one I love the most
And Tm sore "ou'l think I'm right
Is the one who says she doesn't.
But just for me-she might!
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