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THE CHAPPY HOUIl" ABOARD; 5MMAK6S;U. S.
-i . -: fcv. . .-"" TARS CONTENTED Fetninlnelesj Taingo on theBattteshipArJcrisas. ,. ..' ; matics m'raudevflltb'itragedy and tite tango..-" '".' " VI' ": V. ' Th'e-lxins'btruls'-areAtlie'eaual of I any of ;te -proTessioriai bo.utk seen ia city -umiKi; iu ueuisiuns sre gxveq,. $ ' The "Happy-Hour" von;boatd,the TL " S. Sr-ArTcansas is setting1. record 'for . contentment of the crewmythe'-At-r lantic fleet now in. th'e'Kardpr. : The happy hour Is reafiy several hours set aftart three nlgfifk a week for the entertainment'- 'at. (fie crew both officers and men, wMIeT the. ship v is at seaV .' The entertainment .- moving pictures, bbxmgboHts; chorus, aHd:5heer.eir-favQrite. - einging of-popular, songs, .'and. dra- b.ut thefmen show plasffahd. good na ture "ai xneenu 01 ine'Douts. -. -Th"e: admiral and other ship officers ' have ringside ,seftts while the cvew consists" of, .perches on turrets, masts and boats' '' Wlfen the 5shljys '.'band-plays rag-