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SASSIETY DANCES TANGO, BUT SHOW FOLKS WON'T
READ ABOUT IT THE REASON'S PLAIN
Miss Allie Miller and Vincent Coleman Illustrating Tango for The
Day Book; Sketches Show a Few Other Poses.
Well, well, Geraldine, Art
Meeker was dead right about
barrin' that there Tango dance at
the fashionable Assembly ball,
even if the young debutantes and
male drinkers of champagne did
slip it over on Art after all.
The Day Book got real curious
about that dance, and sent a,
woman investigator, to find out
She came back in a state of high
indignation, and this is-what she
rWhy, it's awful, just terrible!
I first went to see the manager
of 'The Enchantress,' now play
ing at the Illinois theater, and
asked him to have some of his
chorus people dance it for me.
'"I will not,' he said. 'I
would not have the public think
we danced the Tango in "The En
chantress" for anything.'
'" 'But it's all the erase in so-