Religion: Friar Tuck

Now maids and men, hark well to me, Sing Aleluya—wellaway! Full blest shall such a wooing be, Sing hey, God loves a lover! For they that meet in chapel cell, Are wooed and won and wedded well; Their lives ring sweet like chiming bell, Forever and forever!

Rollicking verses like the foregoing (Chapel Wooing) have appeared in Chicago newspaper columns, over the nom de plume "Friar Tuck," for 20 years. Lank, bushy-browed Friar Tuck is a copyreader, feature-writer and religion editor for the Sunday Herald and Examiner. He is...

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