Sport: Fast Figures

The fifth annual Ice Carnival of the Skating Club of New York last week gave the U. S. its first look at the world's figure-skating champion, 22-year-old Felix Kaspar. To followers of skating this was more important than all the other events of that pretentious show—a "George Washington Ball"; a ballet set to Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake; a "reproduction" of the Currier & Ives skating print; the appearances of Toronto's Louise Bertram & Stewart Reburn (the Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers of skating), of Comedian Eric Wait with his absurd walking stunt, of 83-year-old...

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