Sheer nonsense, but I think the young fry will like it. The ""Sooner Hound"" got his name because he'd sooner run than eat....

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THE FAST SOONER HOUND

Sheer nonsense, but I think the young fry will like it. The ""Sooner Hound"" got his name because he'd sooner run than eat. He put the railroad company that employed his master in a tough spot, because he outran all their trains, even the crack express -- just so as to keep near his beloved owner. He finally won the right to sit in the engine -- and save the reputation of the train.

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Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1942