So It Seems looks and reads like nothing so much as a Mad magazine feature. Perhaps if it had appeared in Mad, rather than the daily comics page, we’d still be reading endless reprints of it, like The Lighter Side Of. As it is, the feature may not have even completed its first year. So It Seems was initially credited to Lou Cameron when its run started on March 3, 1952, but was signed by Sy Grudko starting on September 15 of that year. The feature lasted until at least February 1953, but not much longer (anyone have an end date?)*.
The paper from which these samples were taken continued displaying the Lou Cameron credit after 9/13, but I’m assuming that they just failed to update their boilerplate text.
* Update 3/6/2019: Art Lortie supplies a definitive end date of 3/21/1953 based on the Brooklyn Eagle.