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Mrs. Walters "Rogers" act because
they ought not to happen.
Thjh ap the musicians, began to
play359ulte. of Brahms waltzes she
lifted her arms and began to Undulate
them tp tjfe light- -Thythrfl of the
MOST CLASSIC PROFILE IN THE
MOVIES IS HERS.
Another moment she had floated to
the middle, of the room, and, white
arms, waving, sandaled feet keeping
time, was once more the ageless, in
imitable' Isadora a figure on a Gre
cian urndancing down the ages to
Little 10-year-old Mildred Harris
Is said to, have the most gorgeous
head of flaxen curls, large expressive
blue eyes, a perfect nose and mouth,
and one of the most classic profiles
ever seen on the moving picture
She is a Californian by birth, and
her home is in Santa Monica, Cal.
Her hours away from the movie stu
dio are about equally divided between
study and her beloved pony, "Jocko."
A college professor "and a co-ed an
nounce a "superejigfenic wedding."
Who is going to be the super?
EDUCATION' OF YOUNG WOMEN
"JS HER MISSION"
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swr, i,- :
Mrs. Gilbert H. Wynekoop, often
called the'"rerfect type of American
beauty,"1s one of a group of Chicago
society women who have founded a
scholarship in a well-known college
for the, "benefit of ambitious young
Knicker Do you lead a cat-and-dog
B&cKer Yes, only the dog is muz-
zled. New York Tunes,