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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 26, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 2

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going to dance the wrong way once
you have shown- her the right way.
Once in a while a couple rnay.show by
their manner" of dancing that they
don't know the Hght sort of tango,
but we have instructors' to show them
how and the suggestiveness which
springs only from, ignorance oftlthe
dance disappears when they see how
beautiful the tango is". The tango,
like any other dance, may be beauti
ful or outrageous, according to the
nature of .the-dancers.' -
"Our "vacation fund girls are like
jverybody else, in that as soon as
thy hear. of anew danqe like the
tango or the maxixe theywant to
know how to dance Jt. . And. we "be
lieve, in teaching them. Dancing is
tremendously valuable as recreation
and exercise especially for girls who
are held indoors all day by the- na
ture of their occupations.
"Please don'trrnake. me use the ex
pression 'working gl'tl'Jin this inter
view!" excrai'med'MissrWorgan, with
a sudden access of energy in her al
ways brislr:and"wergetIc-.YQice. "if
there is one 'phrase that 11 should be
eliminaedTfrornth,e English Ian-

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