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played the two " rhythm numbers " and the love-song that were making Conrad Green's " Upsy Daisy " the hit of the season. And he was starting in on another, a thing his informal audience did not recognize, when he overheard his hostess introducing somebody to Mr. Rudolph Friml.
" Goodnight! " exclaimed Hart. "Let somebody play that can play! " And he resigned his seat at the piano to the newcomer and moved to a far corner of the room.
" I hope Friml didn't hear me," he confided to a Miss Silloh. " I was playing a thing he wrote himself and letting you people believe it was mine."
Or catch him in the old days at a football game with Rita Marlowe of Goldwyn. One of the college bands was playing " Yes, Sir ! That's My Baby !"
" Walter Donaldson. There's the boy that can write the hits! "
said Hart.
" Just as if you couldn't! " said his companion.
" I don't class with him," replied her modest escort.
Later on, Rita remarked that he must have been recognized by
people in the crowd. Many had stared.
" Let's not kid ourselves, girlie," he said. " They're staring at you, not me."
Still later, on the way home from the game, he told her he had saved over $25,000 and expected to average at least $40,000 a year income while his vogue lasted.
" I'm good as long as I don't run out of pretty tunes," he said, `` and they's no reason why I should with all those old masters to ,draw from. I'm telling you my financial status because-well, I guess you know why."
Rita did know, and it was the general opinion, shared by the two principals, that she and Harry were engaged.
When " Upsy Daisy " had been running two months and its hit numbers were being sung, played, and whistled almost to cloyment, Hart was discovered by Spencer Deal. That he was the pioneer in a new American jazz, that his rhythms would revolutionize our music-these things and many more were set forth by Deal in a foar-thousand-word article called " Harry Hart, Harbinger," printed by the erudite Webster's Weekly. And Harry ate it up, though some of the words nearly choked him.
Interesting people were wont to grace Peggy Leech's drawingroom on Sunday afternoons. Max Reinhardt had been there. Reinald Werrenrath had been there. So had Heifetz and Jeritza and Michael Arlen, and Noel Coward and Dudley Malone. And

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