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Season with lemon juice, salt and
cayenne pepper and moisten with
olive oil. Spread on lettuce leaves
between thin slices of buttered bread.
Mix one large can lobster with 2
cooked potatoes cut in dice, 2 slices
salt pork cut in squares, 1 slice onion
and 1 cup cold water. Boil 5 minute.s,
add 4 cups milk, season with salt and
paprika, thicken with 2 tablespoons
xst butter rubbed into 3 tablespoons
of flour and add 4 of 5 split crackers
HOW TO SKATE BY
LOOP ON SKATES
y " BY CHARLOTTE
(World's Whirling Wonder; .Greatest
of All Women Skaters, Especially
' for The Day Book.) S
Would youIoop the loop on ice?
Quite simple and a jolly -sensation!
Start on the right foot, outside
edge forward, as for the circle eighC
but begin tcf twist the shoulders to
- ward the center of the circle. Carry
the balance leg behind and bend the
skating knee vU- When the loop
1s half finished bring balance foot
past skating foot, close to it and
WHAT HAS BECOME
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ME RIGHT HERE.
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THE FEI4.AH THAT
ACTUALLY TOLD WHERE
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thrust forward strongly outside the
curve which forms the finish of the
In the inside forward loops Start
with the shoulders toward the cen
ter of the circle. Bend the knee of
the skating leg strongly-nd balance
the body forward until half of' the
loop is skated. Then describe a
small, swift circle with the balance
foot, which has .been carried behind
and outside the print, and thrust it
well forward at the same time. After .
the loop, balance body strongly
backward and bring the arms quick
ly to the sides 'of the body.
Thrust out boldly for the outside
backward loop on the, outside back
ward edge, twisting the shoulders
so that they are flat with the center
of the circle. Turn the head even
more than the shoulders.
Twist the shoulders and give a
sharp swing of the balance foot
around the skating foot, close to it?,
and you will have the right rotation
for the loop after the loop, keep the
head and shoulders over the-balance
foot, well toward the direction of the
curve which is being skated.
The inside backward loops as ex
ecuted on the forward part of the
blade. Make the start like the inside
edge circle backward, except that the
head is turned over the employed
shoulder rather than the unem
ployed. CaiTy the balance foot well
in front of the body over the print.
Finish the curve like the inside back
(Another lesson by Charlotte will
appear in The Day Book tomorrow.).