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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1921

v-a ■ i'-:: <i V;- ,"■ Y" -r^T" £ f X ,/ ■r ■ ■ '• /i '. / \ f ' a S. • I , *' ! \ / -t i ? 3~* x \ I f I , v* . r- * A'-'. /' A?: I '.•tot- yfc&J t ^ ); VOL.2. stephen vil££, texas, april 20, 1921. %■■ tarleton PLAYS ' .• .west"' texas ■ league ." V'* 1*1 'V; :j.' ''' i ■ i Tarleton played Cisco v-of the West Texas League here last 'Thursday and Friday, , . hurled the first game-.and would have won it had the t^am given ■him any support at all. Cisco .only got 4 hits' off him but the i .great, number of errors made the hits count' for 4 runs. Tarleton . got 1 hitsbut.luck was against herandalthough the-bases were loaded we were not able to get a run. The game ended 4 to 0. ^heTsecondi ^vaa a,jnuch better game, clean playing and not so many errors. Tarleton started in the* first inning. Hall Walked, Monty sacrificed, Hudsy pooped. Hall stole third and scored pn Johnson's line-drive to left field. Again Tarleton scored in the third by three straight hits by Hudspeth, Jphnson 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1921

-iW;- ;.:r" VI' 'V -'Vs.' J.: ■ ■ ;., -- ;*>; 3,jr tV; s ^ ! •",, • Vv.^V: m- ~ *' ■ ■ ■:/> ■ * X-> ■ ' ' V ''W'VfeT (.Franklin Matheny --Editor Henry Lee Purvis : _ i __.T.___-,-^Maripging Editor - .i- *■):■ • i '. ' ■ V . JH' > i, -A'.,'' j ;f V"' . /i<v '* >M::; £ < ' ' • *;y,/ • ' ■ v-:;l ,V*.>!' ; '* r'1^' - a '/>•••: ' '. , ' ■•. ' 1 .'J' * -V"-'jjs:... Jack Baissei_v„^^ Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise Barekman i-Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery^ _Busipess Mgr. Claude Kay Asst. Business Mgr. Barker: Monty, .have you any special way you want your hair cut? . " Monty: Yes. " ' Barker: How, sir? Monty: Off, sir. Published Weekly by. the'Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College;- ■/ ■ ■ ■ ■■ The dump girls said since Miss Lewis is going to entertain some of the faculty members every, Sunday at noon, they will have to entertain their friends every Sun-' - day afternoop. Miss Lewis agreed so readily that we wonder why they dqn't s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1921

' I'.' „ ' i ■\ ' ' I. m t#-yi i: ,1-. ■; ••FJSBM BUREAtJ MOVEMENT and they adopted that' favorable endor||^e^tfe of sthe ' ; " • ; jXhey, havie. made a success bf iteibuSines's %jSrlCS^|(^xiio3|r^d''.Ahe. txr«i Ja ma a'i 4L;/v >u'a A J? i'itAH n vt'yi ' rniw ' 1 1 ' - ' -I ; r.i /< It ;is but common and general We do not see why the producers; and raisers' of Texas' cajihot.;riiake , , ,,, v : iiu yj. "Atuutg U&iiuul inuKe Understanding among the produc- a success of it, Will it be because: ,;V etfs and , raisers of the state of I they 'aire- Unwilling ' to try, to help* Texas that when a crop hag been themselves,, because they are look- made and brought to the marketing to th6 business world to do it ifpr saje that the price that will tneiny because the; Farmers' be paid for the crop to the man|Uriion failed;"because they tried \vho was responsible for its mak- once before to help themselves; in*g- will not be high enough to because they woiild not be justi- piake-■ the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1921

■'T*^ V'. V.' t ; i '., { t \ > A A NEW UNIVERSITY ; AT AUSTIN, TEXAS, OPENS THIS YEAR BEAUTIFUL ACTRESS CAUSES STRIFE BETWEEN TWO MEN (Continued from page 1) « i •■A. ■f \'* . a A \ ! ! I { f . "V-?-/ -\r Rst Dr. Matthew Schumacher, C. S C„ President of St Edward's College, of Austin, a branch of Notre Dame, announces that beginning next Sep- tember, the standard of this institu- tion will be raised to Include actual college grades as well as the prapara- 4 tory; and that a campaign Will be put on,-running through the year, for funds for -"new. buildings and equip- meat. ■"i Complete courses of instruction In both freshman and sophomore classes will be added lft September, meeting the usual classical, literary, scientific, ■pre-'englueeriijg,^ pr^-legaj, ' and commercial requirements. Aa eoon thereafter as practicable the jun- ior, senior .and' post-graduate courses! • will follow, making !St.' Edward's a - University of the first rank, "A Greater St. Edward's," like 8t, Edward'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1921

.. I. "is . \' ^ Pretty Girls .m , Diy Fete on Thursday Afternoon on College Campus. 'A,FREE " Artistic Programs (giving Theme of Festival Will be Sold For Ten Cents VOL. 2. STEPHENyBXp, TEXAS, MAY X 1921. SEE THE FACULTY AND. v ".; FRESHMEN IN ACTION Sotne. day: in the near future the ' Freshmen / and';'Faculty 'baseball teams- •*$!.. lock; ,Ji{)rns oji . Hays , Field.' This game is for the bene- fit:, ox the summer edition of the J-Tae, which will, be published. in . ■ three issues. "Each admission to . the game will entitle the payer to^ ,a ; subscription to this edition. Thi&i, admission will be • thirty cents (30c; and- should, be ae- companied -.'bytH©' 'payer's name V -'^rid .slimmer, address, You, Are guaranieed your mon- ey's worth. Youhave two chances to get it, V Besides.; the opportunity" of keeping up witii the happen- . ings , at the;' college ; during vthe wilf' see a grohd ball gaiiie;' The faculty members, have Kad,. various experiences in the great game/.arid h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1921

■I-:' ,■■■■■ N. \ * v>' 'D ■■ ! /'• franklin Matheny ^„______Editor . Heniry 'Lee Purvis__.-.,^__,__- .' .,^_W-r-v--^--Mai3iaging Editor* , Jac^ BaaseL.,j:^^;A93o't Editor . Margueri(;e. Carlton-Aaao't Editor V Louise Barekman _Asso't "Editor T. V. Mbntgomery_;.Bu8inesa Mgr. Claude Kay_„As8ti Business Mgr. V ''1 "" ■■ s \. Published Weekly by the Students of;. John , Tarleton Agricultural -.College, 'r Entered ^t the; post office iat Ste- phen ville, Texasj ■$. second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domea- itie Science Building. ' " Subscription Rates $1.50 per year ^ ^ i/; :■■■■■■, T'' There are at present t\po senior colleges using the tpm ''Wildcats" as their, to.tem,: It appears to U3 that this is: an ppportUnity for. mjis- >' leading public opinion, that might be remedied. . Only thirty , days of school re- maiij, ai^4 these thirty days are by far the hardest in the year. Many- class records are already far below par, and the delinquency list grows daily, Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1921

<4 ; • ;T *1 . ; f 1 ■ it.. '■'I LES. LUNETTES t *1 ■•? i' * i ,. i. •'■t Th? Lea Lunettes'Were.".much", mystified when they received a threatening note from the secret service ordering them to go to Pier No. 7 on Bosque first gate to right of park pavilion between 1:00 and 1:30 Thursday* Of course no one thought of, not re- _X|Us rest of the Evening- was spent cording to the disposition and trailing of each one, <; In the "wee toa' hours" whit- tles blew caused a mad scramble for the windows. It was sup- posed they were amateur serenad- ed but we didn't recognize; them as such until their cries of cake! cake! They furnished, excitement for a while but tiring of this aponding to such an imperious •pall. Lucy. an4 Leoti had heard that the early, bird .got the worm sport wes sopght amusement in the but in their impatience they .were* : kitchen. Mis3 Bierschwale rose • ;..even' too early for the worm, so tw the occasion by ;making aoinie the whole bUnch >vent together to' fine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1921

J MASS GALLERY ^ND TEAM RIFLE COMPETITION ENDS - •T V i v The shooting in the . team and mass gajlery was finished Friday . afternoon,' and the results'have al- ready been mailed to the R .0: .T.'C* headquarters at Fort 6am Houston, 'This contest was held in all mili- tary colleges in district _ number eight — including five Southern states. TEjhes 'cadets aire divided into two general divisions, (1) R,-O. T- C. units equipped and maintained by the government, and (2) Special units uijder regulation 45,—equipped by the government ijianaged by civilian instruc- tors,. Taricton belongs to this lat- ter class and does not compete with any -but other school under this same special regulation. Our most forceful opponent "seems to be GruJbbs, just'at present. The re- 'SUltS of the competition are sent in . not T^ter than April, 30, and imme- diately following are the an- nouncements of the winning teams. In the mass gallery competition not less than 50% of the men must shoot; each firing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1921

, V. , i V •" ,i.;V h •>. • r.-: ■ AMI ■ ■ HM 1; H E > VOL. 2. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, MAY 11,1921. 1 ■ ' !,• 1 • i; '<■ % t • t ' ' , I • PRESIDENT BI2&ELL TO ADDRESS GRADUATES President jW. B. Bizpll will de- liver -hi^ annual, address to the graduating class and student body of Johi} Tarleton Agricultural Col- lege on the evening of June 1st: The studeritsy,'faculty1 and -friends r<bf the 'College at: Stephen ville are ■ pj^ways delighted to, attend ;Dr.:Biz- j Soil's addresses; ; The annual ad- *■• ^eas bf President Bizzeli, 'deliver- '^''at^ohri- Tarletc^, ^grjeultural, '\ ait-the close of the" regular term'' in. the ..spring, r is val way's ; a source of inspiration to the stud; ; '-Aril's,:acuity, and friends, of the . college, VKo,are in attendance. Dr. "J^izzell aiways" speaks to a crowded* house upon these occasionsv ^The friends of the college will be de? lighted to-kn.ow.the, date ,pf , this address; ' -i--.' , The..John Tarleton Agricultural /College has,'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1921

-y- "- J- r-:- Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis! _ i : Managing Editor Jack BasseL —Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton _Asso't Editor Louise Barekman.—Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery-eBusiness Mgr. Claude Kay__A*sst. Business Mgr. Published.Weeltly,by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. V, Entered at the post office at Ste- phenvifle, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. t ;>•:... Subscription Rates $1.50 per year It is early to be calling your at- tention to Senior Week,, but the Dean's remarks in: chapel Monday morning deserves further consid- eration. It is true tljat pupils are generally prone to leave school the last week, and to . cut the Senior exercises;- leaving the faculty and Seniors in a rather precarious con- dition. As you expect to graduate m another year or two, you owe the-support to the present Senior class that you are going to expect of your undprclassmen. We join the Dean in one reque...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1921

f r- r -'T . V--' . EXCUSES DON'T'HELP You failed miserably 'tod^y,''.' You know it so well, that no amount of philosophizing about the matter can make the failure seem excusable. - ■ ' It was plainly your own fault— that's all there is to it. ^ Well-^~16t's admit it,.. Let's take it at its worst—there was no ex- cuse for yo,ur failure. J, And now having made this frank confession, let's.) see, what it ' in- volves. '. /■->: First: It should be worth a gxeat deal to you to know that you have failed. The knowledge reveals that there's a weak spot in your make- up, or in your line-up—-probably the latter—:;hat needs to be braced up- ' Second: The fact, ' that ; you know wherein you failed puts you in the position wheve you can be- gin at once- to strengthen, that weak spot. . • • And the course' of treatment has no doubt already suggested itself to* you. 1 Third': The fact that you re- alize there was no excuse for your failure is still more hopeful. If you are trying to square you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1921

i-\; ;; ••"If- ■ ■. ■ \ ■ ■ • > ; ' ■ r- • . s ■ . • ■ l •• i' *: }■ /' r- rv,„ X A. %>.. ■■■ • ..: (Continued' from page 1) . of the dog, he1 entered more spiritedly into this discussion, among the many other focts, "he de- clared that; a man might , mi?c his she$p with twice t^eir number banging tp; another man, and the Cioljie could round out his flock ' ■ without an error. .. ■'. • 1'. . jSr, licCby/ d peculiarly gifted ipsuran.ce man wag in chapel Tues- day ; at the invitation 'of Mr. , Schmidt. 'Ag he played his own accompanimentVpp the', guitar, he; imitated, a half dozen band lnstru^ raents/witih his 'mouth, sometimes' two ,^t a time. In his "jazz" pieces lie' surely (lid step on that .-imita- tion slidfe tromibOhe, it seemed so • . liatUral. that Lucia couldn't .keep h^r jeet still, and Eletch just natu- ' "rally ''shimmied" ;Mr. McCoy in-, eluded classipal," religious, .arid- ipbpular selections in his entertain^- ,'ment, using for his, last piece'"The ,, -Star' Span...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1921

.■ v. ';iV\ ;v .1 •ft .'i ; fe-pa,: fss '.s; .. O''" ' - m. ' V .'tJ- ' w*; , .j; S • ■ .i'r '''oAv !V.'-■■'.■(-; : .'J: p:/S ■SJ; ■ VOL. 2. ': -V,.. ■' : '. " -■"* -'■■=■. ' :V <:A '' . . ■; t •:: /•• /'••• / J /V>. STEPHE^lfcti. TIiXAS, MAY : 18, 1921 '■■■k TARLETON \ ■■; &w states t". -t. U". ■!t'i : In the gallery rifle competition . recently h^d^ii the^ghth^poirfiB' '•■";% >K-"^rxaf:Ar^a^^tch,is, composed pf '! '/M:, :''; Texas,6kIahorpa, Arizona arid New • '•{ .• :fi '• ■ -Jifexic^i^arJetdi;; won • iff", the1 . competition .■and ttird.;|lae^^' the team pompe- •*■.■''; .■;£■ v:> '■ tition, jri thesef ^mpetifioris^fli .v-icH:6dls/;ljs ¥^ • ; jv '^X" jirider fe'deral dji<eciiori were eligi- . ble xo enter,- each ;iinit competing ■T \r Vf againi't' ail.o%^ferxunfts in its class, 'I >' :%.PeHprii^$iH)w^^ ■f ,: ■'. ;.^iit;;soiar a's _ta.ftea$$j^ '^vihg ing senipr . coIleg,'e3. Among, the :.,':: -§en|pr; cplleges :1^%se: scores were . lower than th£it made; lay ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1921

,) v .y ' - i-•--•• ..> ;''-^'r,i5 7,mff '■n M ' 'r m Hen'r —,-^-^Editor £ 'jCi^'J^^llL . ,Managing Editor • .V ■: !*,*%,*$$• . -■ - ' <; .' ■ TSF" " Jack BasS^fl: I__-.Asso't Editor fil^rgiiorife Cai'ltonuAsso't Editor Louise S;Jpkraanr Assto't • Editor T. .V. M^ agomery^ _B usineas Mgr. Claude' Kay-.Asst. Business Mgr. .Published Weekly by the Students of > 'Jffhin Tarletpri Agricultural College. ■ Entered at the post office at Ste- pherivjUe, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Girls can, obtain good room and board at the1 Mary Corn Wilkeirepn Dormitory, at very reasonable rates. ' B6ys ;caii room it the b^rr facKs, arid ;a£ll stUd&ifts are Allowed to; tSkf^' tfteir meals " at the,' t)orrfti-i tory dining room. ' '' The' Military side of this, school is. ideal for yourigf men, ahd giV^s excellent o'pporttinity for advance- merit. ■ ■■■■■■■.■■■' -. ■ The wish of John Tarleton has been mare than successfully car- ried out. " ,'; , , Yours very truly, • t Mollie TBelie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1921

■A- I ~T - TOCS GOOD TO KEEP ■ ; ■■ •. : -J ■ "l _' \ v TKe>cfeg^ ifl hoiiae caokpity, weie g|yen thft;priObieni of planning the medium size, having a jni^am: "tocpipe and liv? ingin fi'stnall town in Texas, on; a "young" farm to \i;hich they are planning" to add acres as their savi;\T3 grow^-and here is one of the families and a sample of what they eat: , The Buick Family , The sun was . rising ste_adily When the kitchen door opened, and Mrs. Buick was heard toi call to her husband: *• . . , "Bill, aren't you thru weeding the garden yet? , -Breakfast is ready." "I'll be right in, my dear, let me , put the hoe away." . , ' Presently; flir. Biiiek entered the dainty breakfast room. .There around the table "were spread places, for four. Just as he entered from one _door, the two children, Brownie, age 5, and Bex, age 8,. entered by another door. ■ Upon being seated, Mr. Buick ■noticed the nice large half of a ^ carjtiiloupejust in fro tit. of him. , .-"To think Pott, th3t<we rai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1921

• 1 "• ' ■ 1 •i'V. Ji-%: \ ■■ DORMITORY NEWS ■.•" iri. '.■y.'.'y Wednesday . evening froiu ^even " until eight there was a huge water fight had ^n the dormitory lawn, i • .-by;'downitory girls; with Miss \ Lewiaand JVIiss' Muhan Vefereeing. The girls said th«y nearly, froze to death t we think Miss Lewis made 1c hot enough for them. TAFXETON CROWD GOE£ TC CHALK MOUNTAIN <' Since school is, nearly out there been a great deal of commotion ifa the' dormitbry--changing room- mate^ room, etc. The girls are trying to find out who they want fdje a. roqihienext ye&r—Q* trying id find! out --which girl they had rather argue. - with. JjOuise and ^rapces f ays they prefer to argue ■>pth ■ themselvesand are rooming alo'iie,' it is ruhibred they have slumber parties every! once in a ! . while ; when they get1 lonesopie— ubi#:v^ait^;Mi^s 'Mahan reads tjie j-Tac -fao; doesn't she ? , . ■ Slollie Belle says she is going, to have a good time on the campus from how until School is'out. "She...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1923

•*pr Trr-r STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1923. NUMBER 19 SERVKff KEEP THE HOME ' " ' -.^IRES wSrT™ im®. .11 '&"*W Bttsiiaesfe;!? -Apprecia^edL, SERVICE DRUG STORE Dear Rachael: V \ XI' there be truth i ...liev'e us now, We do ^§jpr$eiate : you. And .when we see ^eli: face ; .to face ; \ve; \vill -have ,i$ xsfrprter and better word to express pur ;• ' thoughts of you thtan t^l?: : Now doubt you are ^onlfgring . how we1 can speak;i-so kindly 'of ; '• yon after What5 h;as passed .during the winter. You; see, it was. just 1'ike this: - Last falJf- you' ^us<jJ,' the plajnt of jove- to g^o^fantf 'blossom, in our- hearts.. ;,||Then ,y9ur . cold and indJ-ffere^Hatti- tude toward us' togetheijkjwi!^ "tliose cold northers-i|ast Winter : " frioze,.' .'ther-;., little plant-'of Ibve while :,fJ,he |Y.aW, still .'ip full' bibs- ; 'sow.1 ;"'Wt^:^'oifjgOT |;heslitt|e^|^nt .-forever dead, "and wrote* | ft is lit- tle epitaph upon .the'door or her sepulchre in the ' d&Rpi <...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1923

'I- * ) / THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail mat- ter at the postoffice in Stephen- ville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. C. Louis Merrill! Editor-in-Chief J, S, Clements Ass't. Editor Lyle Price Circulation Editor Dow Perry, Business Manager Dewey Muiloy.........Ass't. Bus. Mgr. RESIDENT STUDENTS ISSUE Ernest Belcher ....Editor Elvis Gilbreath...Business Manager Joe Williams, Ass't, Business Mgr. Why do you read? It is im- possible to over estimate the im- portance of reading as a means of training the mental facilities. It is by this means that you ga- ' ther food for thought, principles, and actions. We should read1 with discrimin- ation. The world is full of books, no small portion of which are either worthless or decidely hurtful in their tendency. - No person has. the time to read everything. The mind, like the body is strengthened by, exercise and the severer the excuse the greater the increase of strength. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1923

CHAPEL CLIPPINGS Since it has been arranged that at intervals we shall' have talks ■ by different members of the fac- ulty it is of course appropriate that they tell' us somthing in- . structive. Miss Bierschwale com- bined instruction ' with entertain- ment when last 'Monday she told, us something aboiit "Arms and the Man" by Sha,\v.., . First she told us a little about Shaw him- self/then she told'just enough of the play for everyone to be- come interested. The play opens in the bedroom of the daughter of an army officer., A girl's re- verie is suddenly disturbed by the appearance of a' delightful "chocolate cream soldier", that we are anxious to follow all thru the play, so Miss Bierschwale ald- vises that to know mote we must see "Ams and the Man" when it is given by the Devereux players Miss Mahan tells us about the play "Romeo and Juliet." The wonderful imaginative pow- der that lead our ancestors on European soil to call the sea, the swan roiid; the ocean—the whale —path; and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1923

HOW'S THIS? z: • STEPHENVILLE CHORAL CLUB "Out Where the West Begins" "Some Sunny Day," "Dear Little Girl:"— , "I wonder What My Mamma Is Boiiig" "When I Am a Long' Way from Home." "I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody Like I am Loving You" and now "I've got the wonder when! you went an"d "the when . you're coming back agairi folues." "Now I know .what it means to be lonesome" arid " I'm going to climb the blue ridge mountains back to you" and then "11 the world will be jealous of me" "be- cause" "we will do just like we used to do" "just we two," "Oh dear" "aint. we got fun." "When you nestle in your daddy's arms" and, sing "eud'dle up blues" .and "While the' shadows softly creep" dear "don't blame me for wh^it happens in the moonlight". "blame the moon" "for I'm going to do it if I like it and I like it" so "let the rest of the world g-o by" for "the worst'.is; i'yet to come" "dear old pal of mine?' "Sweet Kentucky lady" do you still have "that barking dog" that gave me "the bow wow ...

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