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DANCER BELIEVES TALENT INHERITED
' San Francisco, Cal. In her own
grace and conceded talent, Miss
Georgene Harvey of Berkeley, CaL,
daughter of a line of distinguished
ancestors, believes she has proven
her contention that the ability to ex
press art and personality through
motion is inherited.
Miss Harvey, who is still in her
teens, began to excite comment at the
age of three, when she appeared, in
juvenile dances at a British Colum
bian exposition. She now bids fair to
eclipse in terpsichorean art hec
mother, known to the professional
Miss Georgene- Harvey.
stage of this country and Europe -as
Clarissa, and her grandmother, Mme.
Foreman Emerick, an instructor in
the classics, and one of the most tal
ented pupils of La Jaguarina.
Some persons have a notion that
railroads make money every time a
train runB. But the other day we
were on a train that had not over
forty dollars' worth of passengers on
board and it ran over a cow worth
three times that much. Hogwallow
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