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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 21, 1912, Image 9

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HERE'S THE "DAWG" SONG! IT HAS STRUCK CHICAGO
AS HARD AS IT HIT MISSOURIANS
CHORUP
Hye - -ty -time T come o -town , The
ioyff keep Trie ft -in' my oawj a - roun
Kak no d!f-fercnc if nc is a Ixhm They;
'tft-ta qui4- kick.Vn' "Hy dto a. -toon'
COPYRIGHT I9GL.BV- STARK- MUSIC TRWT1NG- G- PUBUSHING- CO.
Please remember, Mr. Reader,
during the heat of the coming
presidential fight, that it was the
Day Book that first published in
Chicago the words and music of
the "Dawg" ong.
v Already the democrats of Mis
souri have adopted the "Dawg"
song as their campaign anthem,
and they sang it at their state
convention in Joplin recently. In
the cafes and on the vaudeville
stages of New York, Chicago and
San. Francisco, the song is being

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