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Diddymooser one of Owens’ claims to fame

Published 09/30/2010, The Daily Republic

According to Gary Altman, self-described “Daily Anemic Staff Writer,” the Diddymooser was first spotted on the Dakota Wesleyan campus during freshmen week in fall 1952. The “one inch high creature” was “chartreuse colored” with “curling antennae around his sun-tanned eye-brows.” While Altman took notes, the Diddymooser “recited Lincoln’s ‘Gettysburg Address,’ MacArthur’s ‘Farewell to Congress,’ Walt Kelly’s ‘Pogo’ … last week’s Communication 104 test and burped three times.”

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