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"Mx. HAZLETT, shake hands with Jerry Morris and Frank Moon. I guess you've heard of the both of them."
The speaker was Louie Brock, producer of musical shows, who had cleared over half a million dollars in two years through the popularity of " Jersey Jane," tunes by Morris and lyrics by Moon.
They were in Brock's inner office, the walls of which were adorned with autographed pictures of six or seven of the more celebrated musical comedy stars and a too-perfect likeness of Brock's wife, whom he had evidently married in a dense fog.
" Mr. Hazlett," continued Brock, " has got a book which he wrote as a straight play, but it struck me right off that it was great material for a musical, especially with you two fellas to do the numbers. It's a brand-new idear, entirely opposite from most of these here musical comedy books that's all the same thing and the public must be getting sick of them by this time. Don't you think so, Jerry? "
" I certainly do," the tunesmith replied. " Give us a good novelty story, and with what I and Frank can throw in there to jazz it up, we'll run till the theatre falls down."
" Well, Mr. Hazlett," said Brock, " suppose you read us the book and we'll see what the boys thinks of it."
Hazlett was quite nervous in spite of Brock's approval of his work and the fact that friends to whom he had shown it had given it high praise and congratulated him on his good fortune in getting a chance to collaborate with Morris and Moon-Morris, who had set a new style in melodies and rhythms and whose tunes made up sixty percent of all dance programs, and Moon, the ideal lyricist who could fit Jerry's fast triplets with such cute-sounding three-syllable rhymes that no one ever went to the considerable trouble of trying to find out what they meant.
" I've tried to stay away from the stereotyped Cinderella theme," said Hazlett. "In my story, the girl starts out just moderately well off and winds up poor. She sacrifices everything for love and the end finds her alone with her lover, impoverished but happy. She "
" Let's hear the book," said the producer.

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