The Theatre: Ice Woman and Ice Man

Sonja Henie's Hollywood Ice Revue, her fourth annual touring ice carnival last week left Manhattan and set out on the road again. Containing no such lustrous ballets as It Happens on Ice (produced by Henie and still in Manhattan), no such galaxy of specialists as the touring Ice Follies of 1941, it depends heavily on Henie herself. Henie still is unmatched as a blonde, chubby-cheeked pocket-edition text on figure skating, with a dainty, smiling, little-girl appeal.

Ice-Capades of 1941. Last week in Washington, D. C., President Roosevelt's iceman opened the biggest ice rink in the East (225 by 90 feet) with another...

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