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'"gKc-kT- ' V-i-'4r
he can appreciate what he has got."
"I don't think the husbands of
either you or Kitty understand you."
I laughed so loud I was afraid I
drew attention to us. Was there
ever a male flirt who, did not think
he understood all women, and, if he
were married, does..he not always
deplore that his wife" was a good
woman but she did not understand
(To Be Continued Tomorrow-
Moving by parcel post is the latest
use to be made of the mails in Grass
Valley, Cal. A family moving there
from Nevada sent most of their
household goods by mail.
YOU ROULI-ROULI? OH, THAT'S THE $
VERY LATEST DANCE
A rollicking sailor's dance, with a
lively hornpipe step in it, is the Rouli
Rouli, latest society dance, and it's
as popular in ballrooms now as it
was many years ago on the decks of
"tramp steamers" sailing out of Mar
seilles or Calais, for the fantastic
steps of the Ro'uli-Rouli were origin
ated by French sailors and not by
The dancing masters, however,
have modified and refined the wild
and sometimes weird step of the jolly
sailor and as it Is danced today the
Rouli-Rouli is one of the most grace
ful figures on the modern dance pro
gram. Miss Edna Neil, formerly with Pav
lowa in the Russian imperial ballet,
studied the Rouli-Rouli in both Paris
and London recently and she is now
teaching it in America. She is giv
ing a series of lessons to the readers
of The Day Book and today she tells
exactly how to dance the Rouli-Rouli.
BY MISS EDNA NEIL
(Formerly With the Russian Imperial
Gentleman forward with left foot,
lady back with right.
Gentleman two-steps to the left
and then to the right, followed by
four walking stepsand repeat, mak
ing a circle. Ladyturning her back
to her partner during the four last
The gentleman takes the lady's left
hand over her head, gentleman's
right and lady's right extended to the
Both dip with the heels together
and pas de bourrie to the left, which
is the left foot back diagonally step
right, left forward 'diagonally and
point the right heel.
Now the gentleman comes forward
with right foot and one side to the
left. Balance and cross forward and
slide as in a two-step, three turns
with the left foot leading. Now the
gentleman crosses the right foot back
and slides backward three times.
Cross the left foot forward and slide
three times. '
After this figure the lady turns
again and faces her partner two-stepping
from side to side and turns un
der the gentleman's arm twice, still
using the two-step backward.
Now the gentleman leads with the
left foot, crosses forward with right
foot, taking two counts to each step,
then steps backward two steps and
forward two steps (one count to each
step and repeat).
In the music is a long rumble
during this rumble the partners face
each other and perform the Rouli
Rouli movement, which is describing
a circle with each arm, the gentle
man pushing the lady's arm back
while she is pushing his other arm
back always making a circle as il
lustrated in photograph.
Pas de bourrie again four times,
walk four steps and turn inside out
three times. That is, the gentleman
and lady turn back to back and face
to face, keeping the hands together
turning under their arms.