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two notes, F and E. It's a change from the F chord to the A chord. It makes a dandy wallop and it ought to be a "
" Here's Bill now," interrupted Lefty, as he caught sight of Cole.
Art Graham treated his roommate to a cold stare.
" Where the h-1 have you been? " he said angrily.
" Lookin' for the lost chord," said Bill.
" Set down here and learn this," growled Art. "We won't never get it if we don't work."
" Yes, let's tackle her again," said Waldron. " Bill comes up two full tones, from F to A. Lefty goes up half a tone, Art sings just like always, and I come down a tone. Now try her again."
Two years ago it was that Bill Cole told me that story. Two weeks ago Art Graham boarded the evening train on one of the many roads that lead to DZinneapolis.
The day Art was let out, I cornered Ryan in the club-house after the others had dressed and gone home.
" Did you ever know," I asked, " that Art recommended Waldron without having seen him in a ball suit?"
" I told you long ago how Art picked Waldron," he said.
" Yes," said I, "but you didn't have the right story."
So I gave it to him.
" You newspaper fellas," he said when I had done, " are the biggest suckers in the world. Now I've never given you a bad steer in my life. But you don't believe what I tell you and you go and fall for one of Bill Cole's hop dreams. Don't you know that he was the biggest liar in baseball? He'd tell you that Walter Johnson was Jack's father if he thought he could get away with it. And that bunk he gave you about Waldron. Does it sound reasonable ? "
" Just as reasonable," I replied, " as the stuff about Art's grabbing him after seeing him pop out."
" I don't claim he did," said Ryan. " That's what Art told me. One of those Jackson ball players could give you the real truth, only of course he wouldn't, because if Hodges ever found it out he'd shoot him full of holes. Art Graham's no fool. He isn't touting ball players because they can sing tenor or alto or anything else."
Nevertheless, I believe Bill Cole ; else I wouldn't print the story. And Ryan would believe, too, if he weren't in such a mood these days that he disagrees with everybody. For in spite of Waldron's

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wonderful work, and he is at his best right now, the club hasn't done nearly as well as when Art and Bill and Lefty were still with us.
There seems to be a lack of harmony.

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