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*" Jackrabbit " Jack Crain: 1939, 1941 All Southwest Conference and two-time All-American Halfback, Texas legend, and the man who saved University of Texas football in 1939.
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*" Take Me Out to the Ball Game " is a 1908 Tin Pan Alley song by Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer which has become the unofficial anthem of baseball, although neither of its authors had attended a game prior to writing the song.
*" Your Mother and Mine " played by Jack Benny on his violin with interjections from Karl Dane and George K. Arthur
*" Magic Act " introduced by Jack Benny, featuring Laurel and Hardy as magicians in a comedy skit ( their first appearance in a sound feature film )
*" I don't mind if I do " – Colonel Humphrey Chinstrap's catchphrase, spoken by Jack Train, turning any remark into an offer of a drink.
*" After you, Claude – no, After you Cecil " – Moving men spoken by Jack Train and Horace Percival This phrase became used by RAF pilots as they queued for attack.
*" My Blue Heaven " by Paul Whiteman, vocal Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Austin Young, Bing Crosby and Al Rinker
*" and 1939
*" New Era In Power To Turn Wheels " Popular Science, December 1939, early article on operations of gas turbine power plants, cutaway drawings
*" A New Multi-Gun Fighter: Dagger-Engined Martin-Baker Demonstrated ( Article and Images ) Flight No. 1588, Volume XXXV, 1 June 1939.
*" Audacity, audacity, still more audacity ": Tim Buck, the Party, and the People, 1932 – 1939 by John Manley
*" Babes in Arms "-Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Douglas McPhail, Betty Jaynes, and Ensemble from Babes in Arms ( 1939 )
*" Follow the Yellow Brick Road / If I Only Had the Nerve / We're Off to See the Wizard "-Judy Garland, Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, and Ensemble from The Wizard of Oz ( 1939 )