World War: BALKAN THEATRE: You Just Retreat

Athenians and Londoners danced a new step last week, the "Tuscana." C. L. ("Lambeth Walk") Heimann and Lyric Writer Eric Maschwitz created the new "Wop Trot," named for the "Wolves of Tuscany." Basic movement: one step forward, two back. Chorus:

Won't you try the Tuscana. . . .

It's just the cutest dance,

Because you don't advance,

You just retreat.

On the ragged Albanian battle front, wherever the Italians tried to push forward, the Greeks pushed them a little farther back. In every sector they wiped out the few gains General Ugo Cavallero had made in a month.

The best the unhappy Italians could claim...

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