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Sept. 21, 1959
           1.  Caribbean                                 Mitchell Torok
2. Mack the Knife Bobby Darren
3. Till I kissed you Everly Bros
4. Sleep Walk Santo & Johnny
5. Just ask your heart Frankie Avalon
6. The Three Bells The Browns
7. Red River Rock Johnny & Hurricanes
8. Makin' love Floyd Robinson
9. Teen Beat Sandy Nelson
10. I'm gonna get married Lloyd Price

11. Morgen Ivo Robic Jr.
12. Battle of Camp Kookamonga Homer & Jethro
13. Mary Lou Ronnie Hawkins
14. I got stripes Johnny Cash
15. I want to walk you home Fats Domino
16. Primrose Lane Jerry Wallace
17. Hey little girl Dee Clark
18. In the Mood Ernie Fields ork
19. Come on and get me Fabian
20. Put your head on my shoulder Paul Anka

21. Broken hearted melody Sarah Vaughn
22. The Boarder Teddy Rambeau
23. Seven little girls Paul Evans
24. Sea of Love Phil Phillips
25. Plenty of good lovin' Connie Francis
26. Danny Boy Conway Twitty
27. Linda Lu Ray Sharpe
28. Some kind of Earthquake Duane Eddy
29. True True Happiness Johnny Tillotson
30. S'why hard Royal Drifters

31. Poison Ivy Coasters
32. Something else Eddy Cochran
33. Baby Talk Jan & Dean
34. Dirty Robber Wailers
35. Okeefenokee Freddie Cannon
36. Boogie Bear Boyd Bennett
37. First love, first tears Duane Eddy
38. Kissin' Time Bobby Rydell
39. Slow Motion Wade Flemons
40. Mr. Blue Fleetwoods

41. Five feet high J. Cash
42 I'm gonna be a wheeL F. Domino
43. Mau Mau Wailers
44. Fool's hall of fame P. Boone
45. If you don't want-lovin' C.D.
46. My Blue Angel R. Peterson
47. A Lover's Prayer Dion & Belmonts
48. Lovable Jerry Keller
49. Fog cutter Frantics
50. I ain't never Webb Pierce

Notes: -Number 2. Should be Darin, not Darren.
-Number 12. Should be "Battle of Kookamonga."
-Number 32. Should be "Eddie" not "Eddy".
-Number 35. Should be "Okefenokee."
-Number 45. Carl Dobkins Jr.

-Numbers 41 to 50. Song and artist names are abbreviated due to their being typed
in the upper right corner of the original chart, due to space limitations on the

-This survey was not printed for public distribution. This was the very first chart
typed by Dave McCormick for his "House of Hits" and "Hi Fi Club" shows and was typed
on C-FUN interoffice memo stationery. It was taped to the interior window at the
studio. At least one carbon copy was made. All misspellings and typos have been
included here. As this first chart was not given a name (eg "Hi-Fi Forty"), it is
not known whether it was intended to be a top 50 or if the bottom ten were meant
to be runners-up as in subsequent surveys.
Link to CKWX survey for same week