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THIS story is slightly immoral, but so, I guess, are all stories based on truth. It concerns, principally, Harry Hart, whose frankness and naturalness were the traits that endeared him to fellow members of the Friars' Club and all red-blooded she-girls who met him in and out of show business. Music writers have never been noted for self-loathing and Harry was a refreshing exception to the general run. That was before " Upsy Daisy " began its year's tenancy of the Casino.
You can judge what sort of person he was by listening in on a talk he had at the club one night with Sam Rose, lyricist of " Nora's Nightie," ". Sheila's Shirt " and a hundred popular songs. They were sitting alone at the table nearest the senile piano.
" Sam," said Harry, " I was wondering if they's a chance of you and I getting together."
" What's happened to hane ?" asked Sam.
" It's off between he and I," Harry replied. " That dame ruined him. I guess she married him to make an honest man of him. Anyways, he got so honest that I couldn't stand it no more. You know how I am, Sam-live and let live. I don't question nobody's ethics or whatever you call them, as long as they don't question mine. We're all trying to get along; that's the way I look at it. At that, I've heard better lyrics than he wrote for those two rhythm numbers of mine in `Lottie' ; in fact, between you and I, I thought he made a bum out of those two numbers. They sold like hymns, so I was really able to bear up when we reached the parting of the ways.
" But I'll tell you the climax just to show you how silly a guy can get. You remember our 'Yes, Yes, Eulalie.' Well, they was a spot for a swell love duet near the end of the first act and I had a -tune for it that was -a smash. You knoW'IxTfi not bragging when I say that ; I don't claim it as my tune, but it was and is a smaFh. I mean the ' Catch Me ' number."
" I'll say it's a smash! " agreed Sam.
" But a smash in spite -of 'the! word's;' said Harry.

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