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Ford Sisters Attraction at Keith's

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At Keith's this week, the chief attraction is the Ford sisters in their latest dancing act, "Frolics of 1920." They are assisted by their own orchestra, whose offerings constitute one of the principal parts of the program. The entire act is well-staged, and moves swiftly throughout to the rhythmic clog-stepping and dancing of the two sisters. It is the clog numbers especially that meet with applause, for in that specialty the Fords are adepts; the climax, in the shape of a clog-finale, is a faultless interpretation of the art.

Other contributors to the bill are Eddie Borden, in a humorous hodge-podge of jokes and jazz music; Grace Huff, in a one-act playlet entitled "Just Like a Man,' and Charles Bensee and Florence Baird in a laughable little skit, "Songlflage." Frankie Wilson is also seen in an unusual series of "mirage" posings while Burt Gordon and Fone Ford entertain in a "Recital Classique."

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