A Is It Me? 2:06 B Marry Young 2:24. Category Country Year. UA 288 The Rover Boys Is It Me! (7", Promo) United Artists Records UA 288 US. 1961.
The Rover Boys, or The Rover Boys Series for Young Americans, was a popular juvenile series authored by Arthur M. Winfield, a pseudonym for Edward Stratemeyer, and published by Stratemeyer Syndicate The original Rover Boys were brothers Tom, Sam, and Dick Rover. Winfield, a pseudonym for Edward Stratemeyer, and published by Stratemeyer Syndicate. Thirty titles were published between 1899 and 1926 and the books remained in print for years afterward. The original Rover Boys were brothers Tom, Sam, and Dick Rover.
Battalion, fall in. Attention! Carry arms!". It was several days later, and the cadets were out for their first parade around the grounds. Dick still retained his position as second lieutenant of Company A, having been re-elected the term previous. Tom was first sergeant of Company B, while Sam was still "a high private in the rear rank," as the saying goes.
The Rover Boys Megapack book. As for sexuality, it is almost too chaste generally, except for instances in some of the later titles that hint at potential molestation. This elemen This series is one of Stratemeyer's earliest efforts, commenced in 1899. Comparing it with later efforts like Tom Swift Sr. and The Hardy Boys, there are some noticeable differences in the style and content. For one, the dialects and racial stereotypes are more pronounced in the earlier series, almost to the point of discomfort for current readers.
Jane, will you marry me?' It was not the most romantic of settings. Man: Yeah, the new album comes out next week. It’s called Variations, and I think it’s quite different to my last album. A lot of the songs on that were to do with dealing with being successful, as lots of second albums are, I suppose.
And it suits me, too, put in Tom Rover, addressing both of his brothers. I like it ten times better than staying on Uncle Randolph's farm. But I can't say that I like it better than life at Putnam Hall, smiled Sam Rover, as he threw over the tiller of the little yacht. I'm quite anxious to meet Captain Putnam and Fred, Frank, and Larry again. Oh, so am I, answered Tom Rover.
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|UA 288||The Rover Boys||Is It Me? / Marry Young (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UA 288||US||1961|
|UA 288||The Rover Boys||Is It Me! (7", Promo)||United Artists Records||UA 288||US||1961|