Because of the vaselike construction of her pelvic bones, a woman, moving on her legs, must inevitably waddle. Some, as a result of careful rehearsal or athletic exercise, achieve a grace in waddling; almost none manage to run. In San Francisco a fortnight ago Miss Wanda Danley equaled the female world's record for a 100-yard dash —11 2/5 seconds. This phenomenal pace could be equaled or eclipsed by almost any lean-shanked prep-school lad who is accounted a runner.


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