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iolausIwears smile AND leopard skin in
:.SWAN DANCES JOR THR"JOO'
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. See this young man,fbr instance.
iHe IS a'yo.ung-j.'man, though ja't .first
glance you;;might not think; so. -His
name isPaul Swan. His ambition, is
to be,, a painter and sculptor. But
whole, he.was attainingfame and suc
cess asa painter and sculptor he very
likely would starve.
SOj as he learned ' interpretive
dancing in Greece -and Russia
-RIordkin iwas one of his teachers
he'.is dancing -in public and private,
to ensnare the bank roll which will
enable him. to paint andsculpture
without hearing the gnawjbg of the
wolf atrhiS'Studio door.
Swan dances under the--name of
Iolaus. By clothing himself only 'in
a leopard-skin tunic he obtains great
freedom of movement- -His dances
are unusual and the "400" keeps hia
engagement bqok filled.
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