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would not have approved it at their
recent meeting in New York and
You'll be asked to dance it so you'd
better prepare to learn. Here is the
Part 1 Walk forward beginning
with left foot 2 measures, balance
forward and back 2 measures, waltz
forward 2 measures, make quarter
turn and step, draw twice (or two
over Sal movements) 2 measures,
then repeat all.
Part 2 Walk 4 steps forward in
line of direction 4 measures, waltz to
' left 4 measures, walk two steps for
ward, make half turn to right and
walk two steps back 4 measures,
waltz to right 4 measures.
"Pa" Hawkins of Mansfield, O.
75 years old and still prancing was
the first to give an exhibition of the
Chaplin waltz when the dancing
masters met in Cleveland.
When praised for his grace the old
"That's easy just put your feet
down soft like as if you were step
ping on eggs."
Ease of motion instead of the slam
bang tango stuff will be the proper
thing in ballrooms this year.
They've standardized the fox trot
and the one-step and taken all the
jerks and dips out of them. Prof.
George W. Glick of Cleveland is the
man who has made them safe, sane
If you can dance the 1916 stand
ardized fox trot you needn't worry '
about the others. Try it!
First, 8 slow walking steps, then 2
fast and 1 slow, then 2 two steps
turning and 2 more in line of direc
tion, and the fourth figure is the
"twinkle" 4 slow steps, balance for
ward and back, twinkle on last four
Repeat all as long as your partner
can stand up.
Twenty years ago an Idaho man
left home for Washington, D. C, to
patent a device. He has just returned. 1
GIRLS REVIVE SNOWSHOEING
This is one of the pretty girls of
St. Paul, Minn., who is aiding in the
revival of the old winter sports car
nival of the northwest, which were
held here in 1886-7-8. Beginning on
Jan. 27 there will be ten days of win
ter sports, curling, hockey and to
bogganing. o o
Sir On Christmas eve I said to
my neighbor over the phone: "I have
just hung up the children's stockings.
I wonder what Santa will bring?" If
he is at all observant," she came
back, he'll bring darnuier nation and