Good Scow Alice Strong, The

DESCRIPTION: "When running down for Cleveland On the good scow Alice Strong, The Captain's eyes grew weary." He orders the mate to take charge. "The mate was but a farmer Who'd seen service with a plow": He steers the ship on a straight course -- into another boat!
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1933 (Collected from John S. Parsons by Walton)
KEYWORDS: ship farming wreck humorous
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Walton/Grimm/Murdock, pp. 165-166, "The Good Scow Alice Strong" (1 text)
File: WGM165

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