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HOW TO WALTZ ON SKATES!
Do you skate?
If you don't you'd better learn if
you want to be in vogue this winter.
Better still, if you do skate, turn your
efforts to fancy stunts and dancing
on the ice.
New York society has taken up
skating as the sport for this winter
and New York sets the pace for so
The Castles had the entire country
fatigued and dizzy with their steps
last season, but now the ballrooms
i and the dance halls have been desert
ed for the more healthful sport of
The vogue came about through the
finale of the present Hippodrome
spectacle, the "St Moritz" scene, in
which a collection of skaters of in
ternational reputation set the pace
for the new winter pastime.
In order that every one may learn
the most popular dancing step on
skates, the waltz hesitation, The Day
Book asked Fred Crihfield, one of the
foremost amateur skating experts, to
explain the movements of the waltz.
To make it more 'easily understood