by Ron Walker

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April 20, 2012
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Anatomy of a dancer

Occasionally people ask me why I don't write about how I came to be a dancer. I know exactly when my dancing life began. I was learning the box step at Billy Bell's Ballroom Dance Studio in downtown Los Angeles. I was 16, and the classes set my folks back $3.50 for 10 classes.

My next clue that dancing was in my future, came when I was being interviewed by Captain Culver, U.S.N., (NROTC), at the University of Southern California. I was soon to graduate and become an ensign. "What do you plan to do in the future, Midshipman Walker?" …

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