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IN SOCIETY'S ZOO
The returning hero was received
with open arms.
Society flocked to him in swarms
and droves and mobs.
They made a lion of him.
He made a monkey of himself.
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"Yes, my boy, pretty soon you'll
grow up and get married, like papa."
"Not me! I'm goin' to be my own
n. y. yesterday when i was com
ing back in the subway from the polo
grounds where muggsy Macgraw and
his teme was digging further into the
celler i herd a good goak which i will
tell you about
one of the giants has a little baby
in his home and the baby has a lit
tle colick like all babies have my maw
and at nite the baby gets a hunch
that it ought to stay up all nite and
keep the family up too which is purty
tuff on this here baseball player who
is a pitcher and has to work purty
hard every day for about 1 hr and
that nite the baseball player's kid
wanted to get up at 2 a. m. in the
morning and his maw says to the kids
paw, get up and walk around with the
pore dear for a while-and .then turns
over for another snooze.
pop gets up and steps around with
the kid for several hours without no
success, for the kid kept on bawling
louder and louder
mary, he hollers at his wife, if Mc
Graw saw- me now he wood ty a can
to me and send me back to the mi
why, inkwires his wife
because i aint got no control of the
bawl at all
AS THE YEARS PASSED
"Twenty years ago I paid that
woman glowing compliments."
"I jpay her alimony."
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