Dan, Dan, the lavatory man
He dresses clean and tidy, and he does the best he can.
He serves out towels and brushes and soap
But he has no opportunities and very little hope.
Bleak, truly, is the lot of any lavatory man, but bleaker still if he is a lavatory man employed by the U. S. Government. Nor are lavatory men alone in their exigency. Federal attendants of all sorts, guards in zoos and biological gardens, seneschals in museums and the gray-faced individuals of nameless profession who patrol at intervals the...