"Spring has sprung..." (1941)

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On a further check, it appears in a syndicated column by Eddie Breitz,  April
11, 1941.
11 April 1941, Reno (NV) <i>Evening Gazette</i>, Sports Roundup  by Eddie
Brietz, pg. 21:
Spring has sprung,
The grass has riz;
But it's still unsung
Where the flowers is.
19 March 1945, Maryville (MO) <i>Daily Forum</i>, pg. 2:
"Spring is sprung,
The grass is riz,
I wonder where the flowers is."
20 March 1948, Washington <i>Post</i>, pg. B14:
<i>Spring has spring,</i>
<i>The grass has riz.</i>
<i>I wonder where</i>
<i>The flowers is?</i>
W. H. L.
554 S. 18th st.
 Arlington, Va.

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