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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 25, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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"TANGO'S OLD'JSTUFF" LATEST 'IS HAZAZZAA
IT'S FUN! THIS IS THE WA Y IT'S B ONE
Mizzi Hajos and Charles Meakins
Dancing the Hazazzaa.
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH
Said a dashing young damsel named
Zaza
As she dance'd at a tea .at the Plaza,
I- have ''trotted" enough, and the
tango's old stuff . .
The dance of "today's, the hazazzaa.
, .This dashing- young damsel -was
right. Whether you are at luncheon, ,
tea or supper" after the theater in
New York,- you can't escape the rol
licking music and the more rollick-J
ing dance which Mizzi Hajos Intro-,
duced in the Viennese operetta, '
"Sari," now running on Broadway.
For -the" purpose of rhyme and
meter, you must pronounce the haz- -zazzaa
the way it- is spelled and Jo

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