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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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.TWO CHILDREN MTRmifCW'm&'GOBRA DANCE
INTO UNITED
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Mildred Heinzeand CarJ Teschan, Child" Tango Dancers.
Los Angeles; Cal. And now the
cobra dance. - "
. Little Mildred Heinze, 11 years t)Id,
the sensational . child dancer, , who,
with her partner, Carl Teschan,' .aged :
12, has been illustrating: the original;
Argentine tango here will introduce;!
the new fad, the cobra.
These children are a revelation of;
grace and beauty.
They have developed the.-tango.to-a.;
state of simplicity that ha'beenthe'.
envy of their grownup friends. They
do the real Argentine tango..in. South i
American costume and-have attracted
much attention whenever they have
appeared. - . .
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FEMININE FACTS
r .'Savannah-,. Ca., has more womem
.motorpyclists-.than any other -city of
:itsVsize; in'; .the United States. i
Women" students are to be admit-itedtfo-
the new' ski club to be organ
izedjin'.tbe.University of Wisconsin.
' .. DowagerQueeh 'Alexandra of Ener-.
'land is said'. to' discard two pairs of
gloves .each, day dunng the year. She
pds$3piOO0JbxParfe for dress and
jewels.- .' - x
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