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Billy Campbell's Ghost

Is There No End to Hartley's Talents?

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His old man wrote a book on fly fishing too I heard.

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Clear enough I'd say what he takes on his bacon.

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He was that destined for greatness they named a team after him...

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Aye, he's come a long way from his days as a ball-boy for Third Lanark

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Aye, he's come a long way from his days as a ball-boy for Third Lanark

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Forgot about Hartley Hare - The Pipkins, classic entertainment

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He also uses his own algorithm for team selection:

"In statistics, Hartley's test, also known as the Fmax test or Hartley's Fmax, is used in the analysis of variance to verify that different groups have a similar variance, an assumption needed for other statistical tests."

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hartley%27s_test

The man is a genius..

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Davie might be out a job if the gaffer decides to bring his camera to work. 

http://www.hartleystudios.com/

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