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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 29, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 13',
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DANCE THE PAN-AMERICAN, 1916'S NEW.
PATRIOTIC BALLROOM NOVELTY
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How to dance it shown by photo
graphs especially posed for The Day
Book by Miss Aimee Ehrlich and
' ' LESSON NO. 6.
(Danced to Victor Herbert's Famous
" Pan-American a." )
Take open position. Three walk
ing steps to the right, and "point,"
then three walking steps to the left,
and "point" Then a walking turn in
four counts and end in attitude,
shown in photograph; hold four
A young Boston lady called Potter
Remarked to a young man called
"If X minus Z
Equals twenty times three,
What's B over 2A?" He shot her.
r o o
Latest style New York bonnet
come down very low, 'tis announced.
No reform in it, unless they come
down low enough to cover the shoe-