To my knowledge, only two mentions of Morse code have previously appeared in Word Ways: the observation, in the November 1968 issue, that fifteen is a Morse-truthful number (because it takes fifteen dots and dashes to write "fifteen" in Morse), and Dave Silverman's kickshaw on ambiguous Morse sequences in the August 1975 issue. But Morse offers a vast range of other possibilities to the logologist, including interesting interlingual recreations. In this article I present a few suggestive results.
Cohen, Philip M.
Word Ways: Vol. 8
, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol8/iss4/7