Tie One to That! Hey, does this woman author (a one-time college President, for Heaven's sake!) look like a devotee of the Old West to you? In the "Preface" to Tie One to That!, you'll find out precisely why she is. Read the stories-you're likely to discover something you don't know, including "lingo," especially in "Lillie Langtry's 'Lash La Rue Sweet Potatoes' World Crusade, Or Why You Can't Buy Quintussential Western Wear Boots." It will also introduce you to Total Quality guru Dr. W. Edwards Deming. "Now how in the world is he relevant to the Old West," you're asking. Dr. Sadler will let you know. Iroquois "Ely Parker" will tell you of Grant and Lee. So will Mrs. Grant, who is also hung up on canaries, including Martha Jane Canary. If Cornstalk is a bit cautious in identifying the source of his "curse," try the person known as "The Fourth Indian." The Old West is just for Americans? Not so. Give "The Miss Addie" and her Argentinian gauchos a try. With you in the saddle behind her, she'll attempt to save the last of the condors. How do you live in today's world while pining for the Old West? How do you "meet-up" with the "Outlaw of Yester-Year"? Tie One to That! offers an answer to your aching need there, too.