Oakland: Mills College, 1964. Pamphlet. p., illustrated with cartoonish sketches on every page, 8x9 inch softbound, a pamphlet in glossy photodecorated stapled wraps. Believe it or don't, the text consists entirely of limericks to which sketch drawings are geared. Niftily done, but clean limericks do pall: "No smoking was ever allowed- / Or anyway wasn't avowed. / On the fences at nights / Gleamed a long row of lights, / And above them there hung a gray cloud." Well, that one at least an expose' of misbehavior. A very innocent copy, completely clean, sound and unmarked, as completely as its contents are innocent of mid-60s issues. Lyricist Hedley was a Mills prof who published something on the General Strike of 1934, he missed a chance here.