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sessed ifcobject become a vapid habit
Perhaps ft would, be Setter for the
most of us if we, like Mollie, had love
tak$n from us with the same cruel
expertness with which a surgeon re
moves a growth that saps our normal
Poor Mollie ! I must go to her now.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
OLD DANCES ARE NEW THE "PAS-A-MA-LA" j
Lively "Pas-a-ma-la" Revived in the New Cake-Walk.
"Step up lightly, bow politely,
dance 'La Pas-a-ma-la.' Yes, here
it is, the old familiar cake walk step.
They are dancing it in all the cabar
ets and summer gardens and it's just
as bewitching, just as fantistic as it
was when cake-walking was a nov
elty years ago.
In "Pas-a-ma-la" the girl bends
backward from the waist, lifts 'her
knees in the prancing step, keeping
thetofis pointed, sharply downward.
She flirts her fan every time sha
brings her foot to' the ground. The
man dances in the same prancing
step, but he begins with the left foot
"and she with the right.
The man flops his arms like wings
las he "prances" back and forth, and
he holds his cane head downward.
Slow fox trot music is the -music
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