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NOT GIVEN

ONCE A JAR ROLLED OFF A MAN'S CART AND WAS LEFT LYING IN THE
MIDDLE OF A FIELD. A LITTLE MOUSE CAME RUNNING ALONG AND SAW
THE JAR AND THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A NICE HOME AND BEGAN TO WONDER
WHO LIVED THERE. SO HE SAID, "LITTLE HOUSE, LITTLE HOUSE, WHO
LIVES IN THE LITTLE HOUSE?" NO ONE ANSWERED, SO HE LOOKED IN
AND SAW NOBODY SO HE WENT TO LIVE THERE. LATER A FROG CAME BY
AND SAID, "LITTLE HOUSE, WHO LIVES IN THE LITTLE HOUSE?" "I DO,
COME AND LIVE WITH ME," ANSWERED THE MOUSE. LATER A HARE CAME
AND ASKED THE SAME THING AND SO HE LIVED WITH THE FROG AND THE
MOUSE. THEN A FOX CAME BY AND AFTER ASKING THE SAME THING WAS ALSO
INVITED TO LIVE WITH THEM. THEN A BEAR CAME BY AND ASKED, "LITTLE
HOUSE, LITTLE HOUSE, WHO LIVES IN THE LITTLE HOUSE?" "MR. FOX,
MR. HARE, MR. FROG AND MRS. MOUSE AND WHO ARE YOU?"
"I AM MR. BEAR-SQUASH-YOU-ALL-FLAT!" AND THE BEAR SAT DOWN ON THE
JAR AND SQUASHED IT FLAT.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00-00-1965

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NOT GIVEN

MOTHER LION: JUNIOR, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
BABY LION: CHASING A HUNTER AROUND A TREE.
MOTHER LION: HOW MANY TIMES HAVE I TOLD YOU NOT TO PLAY WITH
YOUR FOOD?

Submitter comment: INFORMANT IS COLLECTOR'S SISTER.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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TALE

THIS IS ABOUT A CITY MOUSE AND A COUNTRY MOUSE. ONE DAY THE CITY
MOUSE DECIDED TO VISIT THE COUNTRY MOUSE. WHEN SHE SAW HOW
SCARCE HER FRIEND'S FOOD WAS, SHE INVITED THE COUNTRY MOUSE TO COME
TO THE CITY AND SEE ALL THE WONDERFUL FOOD THEY WILL THEN HAVE.
THE COUNTRY MOUSE DECIDED TO GO ALONG WITH THE PLAN. EVERYTHING
WAS WONDERFUL AT FIRST--GOOD FOOD AND PLENTY OF IT. BUT WHEN
THE COUNTRY MOUSE CAUGHT SIGHT OF A CAT--SHE DECIDED TO GO BACK
TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY WHERE SHE WOULD NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT
BEING KILLED BUT COULD ALWAYS EAT PEACEFULLY.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 00-00-1950

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NOT GIVEN

THE LION WENT UP TO THE MONKEY AND ASKED, "WHO IS KING OF THE
JUNGLE?" THE MONKEY REPLIED, "YOU ARE" AND RAN AWAY. THEN
THE LION WENT UP TO THE ELEPHANT AND ASKED, "WHO IS KING OF
THE JUNGLE?" THE ELEPHANT PICKED THE LION UP AND PUT HIM IN
A TREE, AND THE LION SAID, "YOU DON'T HAVE TO GET MAD BECAUSE
YOU DON'T KNOW THE ANSWER!"

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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NOT GIVEN

A CHICKEN IN AN EGG ABOUT TO BE HATCHED IS DISAPPOINTED BECAUSE
THE WHOLE WORLD IS NOT AS BIG OR EXCITING AS HE HAD EXPECTED.
AS HE IS CRITICIZING HIS FATE, THE SHELL BREAKS OPEN AND THE
WHOLE WORLD IS EXPOSED TO HIM.
A PERSON'S SCOPE IS AS WIDE AS HE WISHES IT TO BE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 03-19-1968

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POLISH BELIEF

IN A CERTAIN VILLAGE A HUGE FIRE BROKE OUT. THE FLAMES PASSED
FROM ONE BARN TO ANOTHER. ON ONE SUCH BARN A STORK HAD HIS NEST
WITH THE BABY BIRDS. SINCE THE YOUNG BIRDS WERE TOO HEAVY FOR
HIM TO CARRY AWAY, HE SAT DOWN ON THE NEST, COVERED THE YOUNG
WITH HIS WINGS AND PERISHED IN THE FLAMES. IN SUCH A MANNER
EVERY CREATURE IN NATURE LOVES ITS YOUNG.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 09-19-1965

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NOT GIVEN

WHEN WALKING BY A BARREL, A SNAKE CALLED OUT TO THE MAN TO SAVE
HIM. WHEN THE MAN PULLED HIM OUT RELUCTANTLY BECAUSE HE WAS
AFRAID THE SNAKE WOULD BITE HIM, THE SNAKE IMMEDIENTLY DID BITE
THE MAN. WHEN ASKED WHY HE BIT THE ONE WHO HELPED HIM HE
ANSWERED, "YOU KNEW I WAS A SNAKE ALL OF THE TIME."

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 09-00-1968

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WHY DOGS CHASE RABBITS

ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A VERY RICH FARMER WHO HAD A DOG
WHICH WAS HIS BEST FRIEND AND COMPANION. ONE DAY DURING A
VERY COLD WINTER, THE FARMER TOOK HIS DOG INTO TOWN AND HAD
HIM FITTED WITH BOOTS.
THE DOG HAD A RABBIT WHO WAS A GOOD FRIEND OF HIS. THE RABBIT
SAID THAT HE WAS COLD, AND THE DOG SAID: "I'M NOT COLD. LOOK
AT THE FINE BOOTS MY MASTER BOUGHT FOR ME!"
THE RABBIT SAID: "DO YOU MIND IF I TRY THEM ON?" AND THE DOG
SAID: "NO."
THE RABBIT WALKED A LITTLE WAY TO SEE HOW THEY FELT, THEN HE
RETURNED AND SAID THAT THEY WERE VERY NICE, BUT THAT HE DID NOT
HAVE A GOOD FEEL FOR THEM, AND ASKED IF HE COULD WALK SOME MORE.
OF COURSE THE DOG ALLOWED HIM TO DO SO.
THIS HAPPENED THREE TIMES, AND THE THIRD TIME THE RABBIT DID NOT
RETURN.
AND SO THAT IS WHY DOGS CHASE RABBITS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; ALLEN PARK

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 07-00-1964

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NOT GIVEN

A CHICKEN AND A PIG WERE WALKING DOWN THE ROAD. SOON THEY
BECAME HUNGRY. "LET'S HAVE BREAKFAST," SAID THE CHICKEN.
"WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST?" ASKED THE PIG. "HAM AND EGGS," ANSWERED
THE CHICKEN. "OH NO," SAID THE PIG, "FOR YOU EGGS ARE AN
AN INVOLVEMENT; FOR ME HAM IS TOTAL COMMITMENT."

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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FINNISH TALE: I WON'T GET IT

THERE WAS AN OLD MAN WHO HAD A HORSE WITH A LONG MUZZLE. AND
THERE WAS A FOX WHO THOUGHT THE MUZZLE WOULD FALL DOWN. SO
HE FOLLOWED THE HORSE. FINALLY AFTER A LONG TIME HE LEFT AND
SAID, "I WON'T GET IT."

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; FINLAND

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1968

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FINNISH TALE: THE HARE AND THE FROST

THE FROST SAYS, "WHEN I MAKE IT COLD, YOU WILL FREEZE." THE
HARE SAYS, "I WON'T FREEZE, NO MATTER HOW COLD YOU MAKE IT."
SO THEY GOT INTO COMPETITION. THE FROST MADE IT COLD AND THE
HARE STARTED TO RUN HARD AND RAN BACK AND FORTH FOR SO LONG
TILL HE BEGAN TO FREEZE IN THE HANDS OF THE FROST. HE LAID
HIMSELF ON THE SNOW AND BEGAN TO GET NUMB AND SAID, "OH, HOW
COLD I AM." HIS FEET KICKED IN A STRUGGLE AGAINST DEATH. THE
FROST SAID, "THERE IS NOTHING MORE I HAVE TO DO BECAUSE HE IS
ALREADY DYING." SO THE FROST BECAME SORRY FOR THE HARE AND
SUDDENLY THE RAIN CAME. THE NUMBNESS WENT AWAY. BECAUSE OF
THAT, THE HARE STARTED TO LAUGH SO HARD THAT HIS MOUTH SPLIT.

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; FINLAND

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1968

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FINNISH TALE: FROST, HARE AND FOX

THE FROST, THE HARE, AND THE FOX BEGAN A COMPETITION ABOUT
WHICH ONE WOULD SUFFER THE MOST. THE FROST BIT AS HARD AS
HE COULD. THE HARE HOPPED AROUND AND LAID HIMSELF ON THE
SNOW IN PAIN AND SAID, "OH, OH, HOW HOT IT IS." THE FOX
THOUGHT, "WHAT WILL HAPPEN BECAUSE THE HARE IS SO CLOSE TO
DEATH." SO THE FROST COULDN'T BITE ANY MORE AND HAD TO GIVE
UP.

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; FINLAND

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1968

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FINNISH TALE: THE ROOSTER, CAT, DOG, AND A PIG

ONCE UPON THE TIME THERE WAS A ROOSTER AND A CAT TOGETHER IN THE
YARD. THE AUTUMN COMES. THE CAT SAYS, "SHOULD WE BUILD A HOUSE?"
THE HEN SAYS, "WELL, WE COULD BUILD A SMALL ONE." SO THEY GATHER
ALL KINDS OF THRASHING AND SLOWLY BUT SURELY THEY GOT THEIR HOUSE
BUILT.
THE DOG COMES AND SAYS, "LET ME COME IN." "WE MIGHT AS WELL
BECAUSE YOU ARE SO SMALL," THEY SAY. AND THEY TAKE HIM IN.
THE PIG CAME AND SAYS, "LET ME COME IN." "WE MIGHT AS WELL
BECAUSE YOU ARE SO SMALL," THEY SAY. THE PIG SAYS, "I'M AFRAID
OF COLD AND I WILL HEAT UP YOUR HOUSE." AND THEY LET HIM IN.
THE NIGHT COMES. WOLVES ARE RUNNING IN THE FORESTS AND TRY TO
GET INTO THE HOUSE. THE HEN AND THE CAT ARE AFRAID. THE PIG
SAYS, "DON'T BE AFRAID, WAIT TILL THEY SEE ME." ONE WOLF GOES,
LISTENS IN THE YARD AND TELLS TO THE OTHERS, "OH, WHAT AN
AWFUL THING THERE IS IN THE BACK OF THE FIREPLACE." THE PIG
SAYS, "NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS, I'LL TAKE CARE OF IT." THE
WOLVES FLED. THEY FLED AND FLED AND THUS LEFT THE HOUSE
UNDISTURBED AND THE ROOSTER, CAT, DOG, AND PIG WERE NOT EATEN.

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; FINLAND

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1968

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NOT GIVEN

ONCE UPON A TIME, A BEAR AND A TURTLE BOASTED OF THEIR STRENGTH.
THE BEAR TOLD THE TURTLE HE COULD JERK HIM A MILE. TO DEMONSTRATE
THIS THE BEAR GOT A 100 FOOT CHAIN AND TOOK ONE END AND GAVE THE
TURTLE THE OTHER. THE TURTLE SAID HE COULD NOT DO ANY PULLING
ON LAND BUT HE COULD OVERMATCH THE BEAR IN THE WATER. SO, HE TOOK
HIS END OF THE CHAIN AND TIED IT TO A STUMP UNDER WATER AND
HOLLERED, "READY!" THE BEAR RARED BACK WITH ALL HIS MIGHT BUT
HE COULD NOT OUT PULL THE TURTLE. AFTER ABOUT THREE ATTEMPTS
THE TURTLE POKED HIS HEAD ABOVE THE WATER AND SAID: "BROTHER
BEAR, I TOLD YOU I WAS THE STRONGEST. YOU DIDN'T EVEN 'PULL
UP THE SLACK.'" THE TURTLE WON THE BET WITHOUT AN EFFORT.
ONCE, A RABBIT AND A TURTLE HAD A BET WHO WAS THE FASTEST RUNNER.
THE TURTLE PLACED HIS TWIN BROTHER AT THE END OF THE TRACK.
WHEN THE GONG WENT OFF THE RABBIT WENT "STRAIT" TO THE GOAL
AT RAPID SPEED THINKING HE HAD WON THE BET TO FIND THE TWIN
TURTLE SHOWED UP IN FRONT. HE WON THE BET, WITHOUT RUNNING AT
ALL.
ONCE UPON A TIME A LITTLE RED HEN FOUND SOME GRAINS OF WHEAT:
SHE ASKED THE GOOSE, THE TURKEY, THE RABBIT IF THEY WOULD HELP
HER PLANT THEM; ALL SAID NO. SO SHE PLANTED THEM AND AFTER THE
WHEAT MATURED, SHE ASKED: WHO WILL HELP ME GATHER THE WHEAT?
ALL REPLIED: "I WON'T." SHE GATHERED IT HERSELF; AND THEN
ASKED WHO WOULD HELP CARRY IT TO THE MILL: ALL REPLIED: "I
WILL NOT." SO SHE CARRIED IT AND HAD IT MADE INTO FLOUR AND IT
WAS COOKED INTO BREAD AND THEN SHE ASKED WHO WOULD HELP EAT IT.
ALL REPLIED, "I WILL." SHE SAID "I WILL EAT IT MYSELF; SINCE
I HAD ALL THE TROUBLE ALONE."
BROTHER FOX BUILT A NEW HOUSE AND INVITED TURKEYS, GEESE AND
DUCKS TO A PARTY. ALL CAME AND WENT IN EXCEPT THE WISE, OLD
GOOSE. AFTER AWHILE BROTHER FOX INQUIRED OF MISS GOOSE WHY SHE
DIDN'T COME IN. ALL THE OTHERS CAME IN. SHE SAID, "SO I SEE,
BUT I HAVEN'T SEEN ANY OF THEM COME OUT."
ALL THE FEROCIOUS ANIMALS MET TO PROVE WHO RULED THE JUNGLES.
THE LION SAID HE DID, THE ELEPHANT SAID HE DID, THE TIGER SAID
HE DID, THE GORILLA SAID HE DID AND THE BEAR SAID HE DID. TO
PROVE WHO WAS THE MOST POWERFUL, THEY SELECTED A BATTLE ZONE,
WHICH INCLUDED A BED OF SKUNKS. TO PROTECT HIS HOUSEHOLD, THE
SKUNK RELEASED HIS GAS, AND ALL THE ANIMALS LEFT WITHOUT PROVING
WHO WAS BOSS. THE SKUNK PROVED HE IS THE BOSS.

Submitter comment: MR. WRIGHT'S GRANDFATHER, STEPHEN SAPP, WAS A BLACKSMITH WHO
MADE PLOWS, FIXED WAGONS AND BUGGIES, SHOED HORSES. HE WAS
THE ONLY BLACKSMITH IN THE WHOLE COUNTY AND HE WAS SO INDIS-
PENSIBLE THAT HE WAS NEVER SUBJECT TO SLAVERY. HE WOULD TELL
A PROFUSION OF STORIES.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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FINNISH TALE: CAT, HARE, AND BEAR

ONCE UPON A TIME THE CAT AND HARE WENT HUNTING TOGETHER. WHILE
THEY WERE RESTING AT NIGHT THEY TALKED AND THEY WONDERED, "WHAT
WOULD HAPPEN TO US IF THE BEAR CAME AND ATE US?" THE CAT SAID,
"I WOULD DO ONLY ONE THING." THE HARE BOASTED, "I WOULD HAVE
A HUNDRED OR EVEN A THOUSAND IF THE BEAR WOULD COME."
SO AFTER A WHILE THE BEAR CAME AFTER THEM. THE CAT CLIMBED
THE TREE. THE BEAR DIDN'T FOLLOW BUT WENT AFTER THE HARE. FROM
THERE THE CAT WAS WATCHING THE BEAR CHASE THE HARE. THE BEAR
TRIED TO JUMP ON THE HARE AFTER EACH HOP, BUT THE BEAR JUMPED ON
AND CAUGHT THE HARE AND ATE HIM. SO THE CAT LAUGHED FROM THE
TREE, "SO IT GOES, HE HAD A HUNDRED WAYS, EVEN A THOUSAND, AND
WAS EATEN, HE WHO HAD ONE WAS SAVED."

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; FINLAND

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 11-00-1968

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POLISH VERSION OF THE MEDUSA MYTH

LONG AGO THERE WAS A HUGE DRAGON WHICH WAS KILLING THOUSANDS OF
PEOPLE. EVERYONE TRIED TO BATTLE AGAINST IT, BUT WHENEVER THE
DRAGON LOOKED AT ANYONE, THEY WERE INSTANTLY KILLED. BUT ONE DAY
A BRIGHT YOUNG PEASANT TOOK HIS SHIELD AND SHINED IT, SO THAT SOON
IT SHONE LIKE A MIRROR. WHEN HE CONFRONTED THE DRAGON WITH THIS
SHIELD, THE DRAGON SAW HIS OWN LIKENESS IN THE SHIELD AND FELL
DEAD. THE PEASANT BOY WAS TREATED LIKE A HERO FROM THAT DAY ON.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 10-15-1971

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FABLE

TWO FOXES LIVED CLOSE BY. ONE SAID, "I'M GOING TO EAT ALL THE
CHICKENS I CAN." THE OTHER SAID, "IM GOING TO EAT ONLY WHAT I
NEED AND GO BACK TOMORROW FOR MORE." THE STUFFED FOX DIED ON
HIS WAY HOME BECAUSE HE ATE SO MUCH. THE OTHER FOX WAS SHOT BY
THE FARMER THE NEXT DAY. WHO WAS RIGHT?

Submitter comment: TAKEN FROM AN OLD TEXTBOOK IN NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, ABOUT 1925.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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THE FOX AND THE ROOSTER

ONCE THERE LIVED IN ARMENIA AN OLD ROOSTER, WHO ONE DAY WAS CHASED
BY A FOX. THE ROOSTER FLEW UP INTO THE BELFRY OF A NEARBY CHURCH.
THE SLY FOX WAITED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE BELFRY WATCHING FOR THE
OLD ROOSTER TO FLY DOWN. JUST THEN THE OLD ROOSTER LET GO WITH
A LOAD OF HIS MANURE AND IT HIT THE FOX RIGHT IN THE EYES. THEN
THE ROOSTER FLEW PAST THE FOX AND SAID, "HA! YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO
BE THE SMART ONE, BUT I OUT FOXED YOU!"

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; WALSH COLLEGE

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

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THE FOX AND THE PRIEST'S WIFE

THE PRIEST'S WIFE WAS BOTHERING HER HUSBAND FOR A NEW FUR COAT.
IN THE MEANWHILE SHE WAS COOKING SOME CAKES AND PUTTING THEM
IN THE BACKYARD TO COOL OFF. A FOX CAME BY AND SAID, "GIVE
ME YOUR CAKES, I AM HUNGRY," THE WIFE SAID, "BEFORE I GIVE YOU THE
CAKES, I NEED A NEW COAT." THE FOX SAID TO THE PRIEST'S WIFE TO
GIVE HIM THE CAKES, AND TO TELL HER HUSBAND TO WAIT AT THE SAME
TIME TOMORROW IN THE BACKYARD WITH A GUN, AND TO SHOOT THE COAT
THAT WENT BY. THE FOX TOOK THREE MORE CAKES AND LEFT. HE WENT
INTO THE WOODS NEAR THE BROOK AND BEGAN TO EAT THE THREE CAKES.
THE FOX ATE THE FIRST CAKE, AND HAD TROUBLE WITH THE SECOND
ONE BUT MANAGED TO FINISH IT, BUT HE ONLY ATE ONE-HALF OF THE
THIRD CAKE. LATER ON, THE WOLF CAME BY AND ASKED WHERE THE FOX
HAD OBTAINED SUCH A FEAST. THE FOX SAID THAT HE HAD STOLEN THEM
FROM THE PRIEST'S WIFE WHO BAKES A NEW BATCH EVERY DAY AND LETS
THEM COOL OFF IN THE BACKYARD WHILE SHE GOES OFF TO TOWN. THE
WOLF THANKED THE FOX AND THE NEXT DAY, THE WOLF WENT THROUGH THE
WOODS INTO THE BACKYARD TO GET SOME FREE CAKES, WHEN, "BANG" AND
THE WIFE HAD A NEW WOLFSKIN COAT.

Submitter comment: JAMES LEARNED THIS IN HIS CHILDHOOD.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: 10-10-1967

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THE DOG IN THE BAR

A HOMOSEXUAL CAME INTO A BAR WITH A HUGE GERMAN SHEPARD AND
ORDERED A DRINK. THE BARTENDER COULD TELL BY THE MAN'S VOICE
THAT HE WAS QUEER. HE REFUSED, THEN, TO SERVE HIM A DRINK.
THE HOMOSEXUAL SAID TO THE BARTENDER: "GIVE ME A DRINK OR
I'LL SICK MY DOG ON YOU." THE BARTENDER ADAMANTLY REFUSED.
THIS HAGGLING WENT ON FOR ABOUT FIVE MINUTES UNTIL FINALLY
THE HOMOSEXUAL SAID "SICK HIM ROVER" WHEREUPON THE DOG JUMPED
UP ON THE BAR AND SAID "BOW WOW."

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Animal Tale

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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