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OLD IKE

OLK IKE WAS THE STORY OF A MAN WHO COULDN'T DIE. HE WAS A GIANT OF
A MAN, AND HE LIVED IN THE WOODS OF UPPER MICHIGAN. IKE WAS
ACCUSED OF MURDER AND WAS SENTENCED TO BE HUNG, BUT HE KEPT BREAK-
ING THE ROPE. FINALLY THEY FOUND A ROPE STRONG ENOUGH, BUT IKE
BROKE THE TREE LIMB AND ESCAPED, AND HE'S STILL LOOSE IN THE WOODS
LOOKING FOR REVENGE BECAUSE HE WAS ACTUALLY INNOCENT.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; EAST TAWAS

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Abnormal in size
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