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he and his skating partner, Miss
Fritzi Stanford, posed for the photos
BY FRED CRIHFIELD
(Illustrated with Photographs of
Himself and Miss Fritzi Stanford.)
Skating the waltz hesitation may
sound difficult, but really it is not.
Any person with ordinary skating
ability can master it with very little
The whole action of the waltz hesi
tation is a figure eight forward and
Of course you know the position
taken by a couple in starting a waltz
on a dance floor; well, the same posi
tion is used on skates.
The gentleman leads with his left
foot, using his right foot to push
with. The lady raises her right foot
and glides backward on her left foot.
The first circle of the figure eight
is made on the foot on which they
start, changing to the opposite foot
for the second circle.
Upon the completion of the last
circle of the figure eight comes the
reverse. This is nothing but a short
step to make the turn, the gentleman
skating backward on the left foot
and the lady forward on her left.
Each circle is made on one foot,
enough force being usedjn the start.
There you have the complete steps
and action of the waltz hesitation,
the rest being only a repetition of
what has already been explained.
It is a great sport and breaks the
monotony of straightaway skating.
Try it yourself and see.
Dice enough cold cooked chicken
to make one pint and over it turn two
tablespoons of melted butter, one
half teaspoon of salt and one-half
teaspoon of celery salt and a dash of
pepper. This: may be prepared early
in the day.
When ready to serve put one table
spoon of butter in the pan and set
over hot water pan nearly full of
water. When the butter is melted
add one heaping tablespoon of flour
and stir until smooth; pour in one
cup of cold milk and cook until it all
begins to thicken. Stir constantly to
Cook at least five minutes, then
add the chicken and heat for five
minutes, then add two tablespoons of -,
heavy, sweet cream and serve at
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