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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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PROF. DULL INVENTS LIVELY DANCE GIRL
WANTS TO BE CHAMPION DISTANCE DANCER
Professor Dull and His Partner, Miss Dorothy Dean,
on the Professor'3 Leg.
Note the Pedometer1
San Diego, Cal. The "Marathon
dance," the newest creation in the
realm of terpsichorean art, and intro
duced to San Diegans at the Panama
Pacific exposition dance pavilion here
by Prof. Orville Dull of Chicagobids
fair to surpass in popularity many of
the modern dances. The new dance
has caught on in good shape and "ev
erybody is doing it" at the dance pal
ace on the- Isthmus. The ease and
grace with which the "Marathon" is
danced appeals to the fair sex, es
pecially those of the tight skirts.
The presentation of the 24-hour
Marathon endurance dance by Prof.
Dull has brought forth an aspirant
for the title of "Women's Champion
Marathon Dancer."
Miss Dorothy Dean, one of San
Diego's fairest daughters, is anxious
to demonstrate her ability to dance
three hours continuously.
Miss Dean is an athletic girl, be,-
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