New York; Jan. 2.-11 th'e-Salomes
that New York has ever seen are out
Salomed by TVHmi Aguglia.
But Aguglia is no mere actress.
Her dance of the seven -veils 'is
worthy of a performer who'se lifetime
has been gjyen to dancing as an in
terpretive art It is. a dance, also;
which causes folks , to- gasp, and
blush, and titter, the way really nice
people do. titter- when theyvare hor
And then, when Salome finally gets",
the head of johnHe Baptist froiri
Herod and lies down, on the floor to
.enjoy a few .emotional moments while,
caressing her' ghastly, trophy well,
one can only wonder where may be
the police who .descended upon "The
Lure' ""'The House of Bondage," the
white slave movies and other com
paratively innocuous attractions.
Those - cops Just" ought to see Mimi.
"Salome" is being given as a cur-jtain-raiser
to a pretty little' comedy
called "The Marriage Game," which
ias been running for some time at.
the Comedy theater. The combina
tion makes about the weirdest assort-
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