Foreign News: Dancers and Prancers

Jazzmania is no respecter of persons. Premier Baldwin is said to be no novice at jazzing. H. G. Wells is taking laborious pains in teaching himself the delights of the modern terpsichorean art. As yet he is not very proficient. Some jokester said he danced like an Outline of History. Arnold Bennett is reported to have acquired "a stage of proficiency," arrived at through many private lessons. Lord Balfour likes to see other people do it, but is too old to take it up himself. Lord Curzon has not yet fallen, but the Marchioness,...

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