This one, as told by eleven-year-old cut-up Joe Riley (who sounds like Damon Runyon out of Art Linkletter) follows activities aboard a ship en route to Mexico. . . with night club singer Dodi Doll. . . with Harriet Handy, one of a large clutch of children which makes it possible for him to be dubbed in as her brother--handily seasick. . . and further enabling the exposure of a Mr. Riggle who disappears and reappears under the wig of a Miss Stanhope. . . . Sheer bunk-um.