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NEW YEAR-71-C - Th women who fall for the gi golo and his Una...
Th women who fall for the gi golo and his Una are seldom young. Young American girls are not apt to be Impressed by the sterotyped love-making love-making love-making which Is the dancing man stock in trade. They are too shrewd, too knowing to be credulous. credulous. It is the older women whom ha captivates. These middle-aged middle-aged middle-aged Juliets, with their slightly graying hair, their panicky dosire to slay young, their anxiety to hold some man's love are pathetically flattered over the attentions of the slim, dark youth who dance with them. They are so anxious to be deceived, the gigolo's work Is not hard. When he tells a rather heavy woman that she's divinely light on her feet, she eat up his words. a a a Th slightly plump, middle, aged woman does not wish to suspect the sincerity of her admirer. iShe is easily persuaded that her pale, d.irk-eyed d.irk-eyed d.irk-eyed companion has fallen victim victim to her ehui ms. She is grateful to him for helping her preserve th Illusion of youth. She weave a romance romance about herself and her new admirer. IS lie tremble lest his Interest Interest die and the spell be broken. Her favors to him are not enough. In order to Insure his continual society, flattery und admiration she make him presents to keep his at tention away from other prettier women. She literally buys him. ' a

Clipped from Detroit Free Press08 Aug 1926, SunPage 32

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)08 Aug 1926, SunPage 32
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