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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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UOY RIDING CHORUS GIRL TYPE OF THE PAST
MODERN GIRL HARDWORKER AND AMBITIOUS
A Group of "Show Girl?.", It Is Upon These Maids That the Musical
Comedy Depends For Its Success.
San Francisco, Cal., May 28. The
chorus girf who lives on a "cold bot
tle and a hot bird" is gone.
- The chorus girl of today is a very
different type. She is just as beau
tiful as of old and a heap more am
bitious. A turn in the "gym" appeals
to her Infinitely more than a "joy
ride."
The chorus "gel" of a- few years
ago was not concerned with the fu
ture, but now the chorus lady re?
alizes that the chorus is an -excellent"
training school for acting and so she
takes advantage of her position to
prepare herself for something better.
Many stars have come from the
chorus!
To see these alluring young maid
ens on the stage going through their
bewildering, flirtatious nonsense, one
would imagine that they were the
most frivolous assortment of young
persons in the world. But that reck
less air of abandon and gayety dis
appears aonce,.as.if 'byjnagfc, when,
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