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HAS    Posted 08-28-2001 at 19:28:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
In the late '40's, when I was a senior in high school, we literary F F A boys would comment about our knowlege. We had quite an extensive group of books that we would critique, however all that I remember in my foggy 71th year are "The Baffled Rooster" by Rohda Duck and "The Ruptured Chinaman" by Wun Hun Lo. There also was a book written by Mr. I. P. Daily,but unfortunately the title escapes me. I hesitate to post this trivial note on this estemed and proper forum, but I hope some old boys might be able to help this forgetful codger in his hour of recollection. Respectfully HAS

Larry    Posted 08-29-2001 at 17:01:41       [Reply]  [No Email]

How about,"The Wild Cats Revenge" By Claud Balls.

IHank    Posted 08-29-2001 at 14:33:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
HAS- I remember a long ago Iowa State grad study report titled, "Beer Reduces Risk of Kidney Stone Problems", by I.P. Frequently

He got lots of flack from the Vet Med people and the U of I Med crowd about a Voc Ed major invading their intellectul territory...

Grins and getting LOL and memories from this thread, IHank

Dreamweaver    Posted 08-29-2001 at 14:54:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
Actually I used to work for a group of Urologists once and they always kept beer in the fridge for "emergencies."

Cabin Fever    Posted 08-29-2001 at 14:03:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
And don't forget "The Snowflakes of July" by Dan Druff.

--Happy trails, Cabin Fever

F14...Oh, lordy...    Posted 08-29-2001 at 04:09:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
"Under the Grandstands" by Seymour Butts and "Antlers in the Treetops" by August the Moose were two of my favorites. I.P. Daily's book was "Yellow River"...

Jerry B    Posted 08-29-2001 at 11:20:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
My personal favorite was "The Mini Skirt" by Seimore Hiney

Denise    Posted 08-28-2001 at 19:43:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Lee is currently reading the Lord of the Rings for the upteenth time - originally published in the 1930's

magpie    Posted 08-28-2001 at 19:39:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
And don't forget 100 yards to the outhouse by willie makit.

huck    Posted 08-28-2001 at 19:58:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
Was that illustrated by Betty Wont or Andy Dident?

Hogman    Posted 08-31-2001 at 17:20:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ole IP was about tha most prolfic riter uv em all ; Tha yeller stream by IP Freely wuz anuther uv His master pieces.

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