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Right?Gilda Gray, expert
k shimmyist, whose extraor i^_ dinary exhibition of that Jk gelatinous dance, " The Bk Bcalstreet Blues," is ^^ a leading attraction Bk of the Shubert i^k " Gaieties 9k 1919" \ Left?It's a striking study of Peggy Shaw, one of the 9 o'clock Revue-esses who whirl away the hours atop the Amsterdam Roof. Some of Broadway's Mi<l Sumnier i?_jit's reams / ?? Zieg- W ,?? Ma girl T??^ is always ^-T/ ?0f"i pretty, and ^ Beatrice Dakin, of the 9 o Clock Re? vue, rose, garden hat. graceful pose an' every thin\ makes the fairest of midsummer night's dreams. George White's "Scandals of 1919" supply the background for this saucy scandalmonger ot airy hot-weather costume. Mabel Withee. Right- -Olive Wyndh whose beauty and excel lent acting are enjoyed in the new Woods' show of cryptic title, "A Voice in the Dark," which opened at the Republic last Monday. | . ^^^ ? Left?Renee Doree, of the ^_ new Shubert musical comedy, Y "Oh. What a Girl." Renee proves that brown tresses make as bt autiful curls as the far.ious blond k onto of our Maiy. fw ,? !; I :* n?*t, lace I ha t, a n rar m t u 1 of flowers and Hazel Wash burn, the "Spring Song" in the "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody" number at the follies.